and The Gateway Pundit – Won’t Allow Us to
Share the Actual COVID-19 Numbers from
the CDC Website that Don’t Fit Their Narrative 1 reply
CNN and Twitter are at it again. Today CNN slandered President Trump and the Gateway Pundit and encouraged Twitter to take down a tweet based on CDC data that the President retweeted.(Snip)Last night we posted an article about COVID-19 – SHOCK REPORT: This Week CDC Quietly Updated COVID-19 Numbers – Only 9,210 Americans Died From COVID-19 Alone – Rest Had Different Other Serious Illnesses(Snip)This comes from actual data from the CDC and was tweeted by Mel Q on Twitter. We used Mel Q’s tweet in our report and the President of the United States retweeted Mel Q’s tweet as well.
Angry and It Isn’t at Her Brother 2 replies
Politicians being embarrassed by relatives is not exactly a new phenomenon, and President Trump is no exception. President Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, has a book out titled Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man. In it, she accuses President Trump of all manner of things, does some eye-rolling psychoanalysis.(Snip)One of the people mentioned in the book is President Trump’s sister, federal District Judge Maryanne Trump Barry.(Snip)I’m not an authority on this arcane area of law, but it does seem to me that faking recordings of a federal judge to make your book seem more credible is not a very bright plan.
I Might Invoke the Insurrection Act
to Put Down These Leftist Thugs 5 replies
President Trump formally accepted the Republican nomination last night and is back on the trail.(Snip)At a rally in Manchester, the president ripped into the Democratic mayors who are allowing their cities to burn and leftist violence to continue unopposed. He torched D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser for allowing these hooligans to accost those attending his convention address. One of them, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), felt that he would have been killed if it weren’t for police protection. Paul was assaulted by a crazed neighbor three years ago.(Snip)Trump said that if this chaos continues, he might consider invoking the Insurrection Act to put down the mobs.
security briefings, amid leak concerns 2 replies
The Director of National Intelligence told lawmakers that his office (ODNI) will scale back in-person election security briefings to Congress in favor of written reports–amid concerns about leaks of sensitive information.(Snip)He said that going forward, his office “will primarily meet its obligation to keep Congress fully and currently informed leading into the Presidential election through written finished intelligence products.” He wrote that it would better protect sources and methods, while ensuring that it reflects “the highest analytic standards.” An Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) official told Fox News the office is concerned about “unauthorized disclosures of sensitive information following recent briefings.”
Updated COVID-19 Numbers – Only 9,210
Americans Died From COVID-19 Alone –
Rest Had Different Other Serious Illnesses 59 replies
So get this straight–based on the recommendation of doctors Fauci and Birx the US shut down the entire economy based on 9,000 American deaths to the China coronavirus.(Snip)But the Imperial College model Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx pushed was garbage and they recommended the destruction of the US economy using this model.(Snip)The CDC silently updated their numbers this week to show that only 6% of all coronavirus deaths were related to the coronavirus alone. The rest of the deaths pinned to the China coronavirus are attributed to individuals who had other serious issues going on. Also, most of the deaths are related to very old Americans.
George W. Bush for snubbing Trump 31 replies
Republican lobbyist and power broker Matt Schlapp told Yahoo News today that he is “disappointed” in his former boss, George W. Bush, for snubbing President Trump amid a daunting reelection effort. Bush has been noticeably quiet during this Republican National Convention, issuing not so much as a statement expressing support for the president.(Snip) “When you see the socialist agenda that’s being put forward by the Democratic Party, I think you can get past some of your personal animosity and support the president, especially when you see what the Democrats want to do to the policy legacy that you care about,”
saving him from ‘crazed mob’ after RNC 1 reply
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he was attacked by a “crazed mob” of more than 100 people after leaving the White House following President Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican Convention.(Snip)Video on social media appeared to show an angry crowd chasing and jeering Paul, who was escorted by D.C. police as he returned to his hotel. An officer was captured on video attempted to ward off one of the demonstrators, before he was pushed back into Paul, nearly knocking him over. Police formed a wall around Paul and his wife at one point as protesters chanted, “Breanna Taylor” and “No justice, no peace!”
Speech Due To ‘Escalating Events’ In Kenosha 12 replies
A private Wisconsin college near Kenosha is cancelling plans to have Vice President Mike Pence speak at a commencement ceremony due to the “escalating events” in Kenosha, the Associated Press reported.(Snip) Instead of Pence, Rev. Mark Jeske of St. Marcus Lutheran Church will speak instead.(Snip)“Vice President Pence understands and supports Wisconsin Lutheran College’s decision to prioritize the safety and well-being of their students, and wishes the students well as they celebrate the accomplishment of graduating from college and as they embark on their next journey,” said Devin M. O’Malley, Pence’s spokesman, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Alumni for Inviting Mike Pence to Speak 24 replies
This is a Christian school, which just goes to show that progressives have poisoned pretty much every campus in the country.(Snip)Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to speak at the Wisconsin Lutheran College Commencement on Saturday, but more than 200 students and alumni have denounced the decision.(Snip)The letter said, “the mere invitation of a Vice President of an incredibly divisive and controversial ticket to speak in a swing state months before an election is ignorant and deceptive.”(Snip)“Your commencement ceremony should not have been infected by toxic politics,” the letter read. “You didn’t ask for this, and you should not have needed to ask for this not to happen.”
campaign to recruit poll workers 17 replies
NBA star LeBron James’s voting rights organization is launching a multimillion-dollar campaign to recruit young poll workers in Black communities for the November election. More Than A Vote, which consists of athletes, state election officials and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, will work to draft activists to work the polls in southern and battleground states including Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and South Carolina, ABC News reported.(Snip)Corporations will also partner in the effort, which will schedule paid advertising on digital, radio and TV outlets.
Admits Is the Taking Of Human Life 11 replies
If you take Joe Biden at his word, he intends to do something profoundly evil: codify a “right” to deliberately kill innocent human beings and then use federal dollars to pay for that killing.(Snip)With regard to abortion,” Biden said, “I accept my church’s position on abortion as what we call a de fide doctrine. Life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgment. I accept it in my personal life.”(Snip)Now, in his 2020 campaign, Biden is vowing to not only enshrine in American law a “right” to violate the right to life but also to provide federal funding for doing so.
to Address a Political Convention 4 replies
Over at Slate, Fred Kaplan fumes about Mike Pompeo’s speech from last night and writes, “no secretary of state has ever spoken at a party convention. The Hatch Act forbids federal employees from taking part in political campaigns.(Snip)But the Hatch Act doesn’t bar cabinet officials from speaking at political events. The rules state that a cabinet official “may not use the official title ‘Secretary’ when engaging in political activity, such as speaking at a political campaign event. However, a Cabinet secretary may use a general form of address, such as ‘The Honorable,’ when engaging in political activity, as such address does not identify his or her position.”