Conservative pundit Ben Shapiro has been caught on hot mic. His ramblings reveal who he really is when he thinks no one is listening. More from Mark Dice.
Gabriel Nadales was an angry, bitter and unhappy young man—the perfect recruit for Antifa, the violent left-wing group which claims to fight against fascism. He says his beef was against the greedy, heartless power structure that didn’t care about him or society’s innocent victims and which had robbed, beaten and stolen from his ancestors.
Nadales explains that Antifa stands for antifascist, but the name is purposely deceptive. It is calibrated so that anyone who dares to criticize the group or its tactics can in turn can be labeled fascist. Their mantra: to blast the establishment, taunt police and destroy property.
But something powerful clicked within Nadales. He says, “Joining Antifa was the worst decision of my life.” So how did he escape? He says he encountered something good, friends who pointed him to the logic of Milton Friedman, Thomas Sowell and Ben Shapiro. “What they said just made sense and offered me a better way to live.” He added that Antifa just cared about control and only offered him more anger and bitterness. Here’s the rest of Nadales’ story on PragerU.
Beware of the RINOs among us. They’re devious, conniving and traitorous, and these rats are jumping ship. Red Elephants host Vincent James says the America First Movement has warned us about these individuals for a while–smooth talkers such as Dan Crenshaw and his sympathy seeking eyepatch, faux conservative Ben Shapiro, network contributor Charlie Kirk or blogger Matt Walsh, all of them traitors in our midst.
These people, and many like them, have been disguised as Trump supporters, populists and nationalists. Truth is, they have a flawed understanding of what conservatism really is. Says James, “Many people in this country have been convinced to think conservatism is the defense of liberty or this post-enlightenment version of conservatism, or libertarianism, basically classic liberalism.”
Many of these RINOs showed their true colors in 2016 and now that they deem it too costly to support Trumpism, they’re bailing at a record pace. Join James for more commentary in the following video, presented by Free Your Mind.
From the beginning of the school year, President Trump was in favor of bringing kids back into the classroom. Teachers’ unions, on the other hand, said no. Too dangerous in this age of COVID-19, despite data to the contrary. And the feckless media, well, they sided with the teachers, of course.
Another push to open schools has again resulted in strong resistance from the Left and the unions. The Chicago Teachers’ Union tweeted: “The push to reopen schools is rooted in racism, sexism and misogny.” And then there’s the Washington Post, who after steadfastly opposing reopening of schools, flip-flopped, saying that students have suffered enough. Say what! Could it be that the 180 was because of the recent alleged outcome to the fake and fraudulent election?
On a local level, radical liberals are losing it, too. Take this insane teacher in Oregon who goes absolutely nuts when coming upon an anti-school lockdown rally. Screaming at the protestors, she showers them with foul language, while flipping them off. It kind of reminds us of the day after these same wacky liberals realized that Trump had won the 2016 election. Here’s more from political commentator Ben Shapiro.
After penning three biographies, including a 758-page diatribe in his latest effort, there’s no arguing that Barack Obama is totally immersed in himself. And it’s that self-absorption that has thrust him to the far Left and atop what is now a much more radical Democrat Party.
The battle between the radicals, such as The Squad, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, and the more moderate wing of Joe Biden and Joe Manchin is over. There was no immune response to the rise of the radical Left because Obama killed it. Says political commentator Ben Shapiro, “The big lie about Barack Obama’s tenure is that he was a unifying president, who believes in American foundational principles. He absolutely does not.”
Shapiro goes on to emphasize that the 2012 election broke the country. If you opposed Obama, you were branded a racist, sexist, bigot homophobe. And if you didn’t like him, it was because you hadn’t come to terms with the bigotry in your heart. Hogwash! Here’s more with Shapiro.
Whoopi Goldberg’s post-election diatribe was nothing more than the same old divisive rhetoric that Democrats have been spewing since Donald J. Trump assumed the presidency in 2017. Nothing but blatant lies.
Her most egregious proclamation was that since Joe Biden was declared the winner of the 2020 election, Republicans had to “suck it up” just like Democrats did after Trump won. Excuse me? Guess Whoopi forgot about the numerous anti-Trump protests, the Democrat Party’s obsession with Russia, Russia, Russia, the impeachment trial, the Mueller probe and on and on.
“In what way did Democrats suck it up when Trump won,” says political commentator Ben Shapiro. “We have four long years of you whining that Trump wasn’t the actual President of the United States–not hashtag not my President, the women’s march and, in the aftermath Trump winning, we got huge Black Lives Matter protests throughout the summer and the idea that President Trump was the fountainhead of systemic racism. At what point did Democrats come to terms that President Trump had won? They never came to terms.”
Watch Shapiro continue his dump on Goldberg in this episode of The Tatum Report.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Michael Malice (Author, The New Right) about the eighth chapter of Don’t Burn This Book, entitled “Learn How To Spot Fake News.” Special guest Michael Malice and Dave Rubin talk about the hypocrisy and double standards of the mainstream media. They discuss how the media which was quick to report on many disproved allegations against Brett Kavanaugh now seem to be ignoring the seemingly more credible allegations against the DNC presidential nominee Joe Biden. The same media that chanted #metoo and “believe all women” now seem silent when it is politically inconvenient.
Dave discusses this hypocrisy and how it leads to the further erosion of trust in our media institutions at a time when we desperately need trustworthy media to make sense of our world. Dave also discusses how many people who were lied about by the media like Nick Sandmann, James Damore, Bret Weinstein, Lindsay Shepherd and Ben Shapiro have all emerged stronger afterwards. Dave also shares his own personal experience concerning a smear piece in the New York Times that was written about him.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Dana Perino (Fox News, Anchor of The Daily Briefing) about the media, Trump and what it was like to be a Press Secretary. Dana explains the method she used for how she checked facts when she was a Press Secretary for George W. Bush before speaking with the press. Dana also discusses how the lockdown is forcing her and others to put a pause on life and focus on the things that are most important to us.
Here, in Part 2, Dana tells a story of when she was doing press for George W. Bush’s book Decision Points. Huffington Post published an article saying that George W. Bush had plagiarized a portion of his book from Bob Woodward’s book without realizing Bush was the source of the quote in Woodward’s book. Dana reveals how Huffington Post got their story wrong, but published it even after it was revealed that they got the story wrong. She also describes what it’s like to work at Fox News and how Fox allows its broadcasters to hold their own opinions,
In a concluding, Part 3, Dana Perino answers how she would handle Trump if she were his Press Secretary. She also shares her opinions of Joe Biden and the mistakes he needs to avoid to run against Trump. Dana also reveals what position she would want in a Ben Shapiro administration. Dana also gives her perspective on the changing perception of conservative politics. She thinks that politicians like Dan Crenshaw are showing people a different side of conservatives.