Should you be able to say what you believe without fear of censorship, or should the government be able to stifle speech and facts that it finds inconvenient?
Sara Carter reports that it’s obvious our Constitution protects political and other speech, but the left is no longer interested in dialogue. It wants to control the narrative and our federal government is helping them do this. She welcomes Washington Examiner investigative reporter Gabe Kaminsky to the podcast to discuss his ongoing probe into the left’s disinformation agenda.
David “Nino” Rodriguez welcomes Juan O. Savin and military whistleblower Lt. Scott Bennett to discuss the fraud perpetrated by the Deep State to fool the American people into becoming involved in all-out wars.
Savin says the hard-nosed work by Bennett and other dedicated patriots helped prevent war with Syria and are thwarting possible conflicts with Ukraine and Iraq. Here’s more.
John Stossel reports that most students are taught that capitalism is a problem. But students interacting with “Stossel in the Classroom” know capitalism makes life better.
They learned free market ideas from Stossel’s program, a non-profit that gives teachers videos to play in class. Says Stossel, these students know more than most American politicians.” Here’s his report.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari (judicial review of lower court decision) to the Brunson v. Alma Adams case, regarding alleged Constitutional irregularities by Congress in certifying the 2020 presidential election. The case named the members of Congress who failed to vote against the 10-day audit of the 2020 presidential election as defendants.
Kek-Check News reports the ruling means the lower court’s ruling that the Brunson case did not have standing (cause to stand before the court) and that sovereign immunity does protect Congressional members and the president was affirmed in an unannounced order by SCOTUS. He says there is a similar case pending in the lower courts, but will more than likely face the same roadblock. Here’s more.
The drama surrounding the 2020 presidential election fraud will take its first step toward resolution on Jan. 6, when the Supreme Court decides whether to hear the Brunson v. Alma S. Adams case.
Juan O. Savin tells David “Nino” Rodriguez the Brunson case sues members of Congress for voting against the proposed 10-day audit of the 2020 elections and then certifying the results. If the court accepts the case and a positive verdict is later directed, this could lead either lead to a re-vote or immediate reinstatement of President Trump.
Savin says that unlike the lower courts and some of the higher courts, where justices are bought and paid for, you now have a Supreme Court that has proven they can go against the grain and judge according to what the Constitution stipulates. Could we be experiencing the initiation of the Trump Card? He explains further and drops more intel.
Juan O. Savin tells David “Nino” Rodriguez that should the Supreme Court decide Congress was derelict in its Constitutional duty when certifying the 2020 election, we will have an unprecedented mess on our hands!
The case before the court, says Savin, will determine whether Congress reviewed the claims of foreign interference–which it didn’t–as spelled out in the Constitution. “This particular action is not a criminal action,” he says. “All it does is decide whether these people, based on their actions, can legally hold office.” He added that if SCOTUS finds they violated their oath, nobody goes to jail, or Gitmo. All it does is find they’re unfit for office and banned from ever holding public office again.
That would apply, of course, to the Democrat Party’s 388 majority in the House and Senate. The next phase? With the Democrat majority now powerless, Savin says Donald J. Trump would immediately be recognized as the continuing president, because the 2020 election is nullified. No need to be sworn in again, because technically, he never left office. He never conceded the election. Savin unravels the details, plus updates a stunning turn of events in the Arizona midterm elections.
Juan O. Savin says the case regarding foreign interference in the 2020 presidential election has landed on the Supreme Court docket.
Savin tells Mike Jaco that contrary to rumors, the case was not placed on an “emergency docket,” but is part of the regular caseload for potential review. The case stipulates that because Congress didn’t take 10 days to review the information concerning foreign interference or manipulation of the 2020 election, they violated the Constitution and their oath of office from protecting the American public from enemies foreign and domestic.
Savin explains further and also gives his take on the FTX crypto scandal, plus more.
The Constitution says you can be made to do labor if you’re imprisoned, but voters in five states will decide whether working prisoners are actually slaves.
Should we put an end to prison industries, or does having a job in jail teach the dignity of work and prepare convicts for return to the free world? The “Right Angle” trio Alfonzo Rachel, Scott Ott and Stephen Green debate the issue on the Bill Whittle channel.
Juan O. Savin joins the Nicholas Veniamin podcast to discuss what should be a wild and woolly October on the political front. He believes there will be a number of circumstances coming into play, culminating in late October, resulting in the delay of the 2022 midterms for 30 days.
Savin says the chaos will begin early in the month with the arrest of President Trump and the removal of Joe Biden from the presidency via the 25th Amendment. He says the Democrats will bypass Kamala Harris for constitutional reasons, and possibly Nancy Pelosi, paving the way for Hillary Clinton or Gavin Newsom. Nevertheless, October will hot and heavy. Here’s Savin and Veniamin with more.
It’s difficult to believe that Jim Watkins, owner of 8kun website where Q posts, remains at odds with Congress, despite his avowed support of the Constitution. Watkins joins Project Camelot’s Kerry Cassidy to discuss the two occasions when he was subpoenaed to testify before Congress, most recently when he was deposed by the Jan. 6 Committee, the Q posts and more.