H.A. Goodman says a recent report is touting Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as a potential running mate for Donald J. Trump in the 2024 Presidential election.
Is it likely? Probably not, Goodman says, since RFK is allegedly running against Joe Biden in the Democrat primary. But Goodman says both candidates share similarities in many areas, including foreign policy strategy and opposing never-ending military conflict. Goodman digs deeper in his analysis of the unusual, but possible, GOP Presidential ticket.
Official ACLJ’s Jordan Sekulow says that over the weekend, there were reports the Department of Homeland Security has quietly been conducting a new program called the Overt Human Intelligence Collection Program, which allows it to request interviews with practically any Americans they want, circumventing legal counsel to do so.
Why is Joe Biden so intent on spying on Americans? This is not the first instance of this administration violating the Constitutional rights of Americans. Sekulow says that less than a month ago, the Biden FBI was caught spying on so-called radical traditionalist Catholics, whom they essentially labeled terrorists because they conduct their services in Latin. And let’s not forget, Sekulow says, how we discovered that the Deep State FBI was potentially planning to utilize a spyware software called Pegasus in order to spy on Americans through their phones.
Sekulow welcomes ACLJ senior advisor for national security and foreign policy Ric Grenell for more analysis on the issue.
The Biden Administration is reeling from a pair of foreign policy setbacks, courtesy of Brazil and Israel.
The Duran reports that Brazil and recently inaugurated President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva have opted to integrate more deeply with BRICS and become more chummy with Russia, which includes consummating a major trade deal. Meanwhile, the return of Benjamin Netanyahu has Israel poised to reject Biden’s Ukraine Project. Alex Christoforou and Alexander Mercouris discuss the juicy details.
Conservative political activist Mark Collett tells Patriotic Weekly Review that, in hindsight, former Prime Minister Liz Truss might have been the right choice for the United Kingdom.
Truss, the Conservative Party leader who replaced Boris Johnson, stepped down after serving 50 days in light of a government crisis over her controversial budget proposal. In retrospect, Collett says, that “risky budget” of tax cuts and more money going directly to the British people was a positive for the UK.
“I don’t know if the budget would have worked … but it was actually a budget that was trying to kickstart the economy and funnel money to the British people,” Collett says. In contrast, he says her replacement, Rishi Suhan, is throwing billions of dollars away and not a penny is going to the British people. Here’s more.
Juan O. Savin retraces how the CIA and MI 6 reached into their bag of tricks in an attempt to compromise a number of people who were then associated with then-candidate Donald J. Trump. Savin offers some startling information on how the Deep State nearly succeeded in setting up George Papadopoulos, former foreign policy advisor to Trump.
Appearing on the David “Nino” Rodriguez podcast, Savin explains further, plus discusses why this summer’s primary elections might very well be more important than the 2022 midterms.
Bill Whittle says Donald Trump’s message to Vladimir Putin put a stop to World War III in its Ukrainian tracks. Did Trump violate the unwritten rule against former presidents meddling in foreign policy? Did it make Trump more electable in 2024? Join the “Right Angle” crew of Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green in the discussion.
Wasn’t foreign policy supposed to be Joe Biden’s strength? Apparently not, following the faux pas in Afghanistan and the mess on our southern border.
Sean Spicer, former White House press secretary for President Trump, tells Sara Carter that the narrative of the last presidential election was that Biden was this mature adult and former chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, who had friends leading countries around the world and would bring a sense normalcy to our foreign policy. “And look what’s happened,” Spicer said. “You have French, British, other foreign leaders talking about what a disgrace this has become.” Here’s more of Spicer’s analysis on Biden’s debacle in Afghanistan that exposed the decades-long lie that he was a foreign policy expert.
Fake President Biden is getting his first legitimate test from the Chinese Communist Party. Just days into the Biden Administration, China is sounding the war drums by sending warplanes and fighter jets near Taiwan. Many foreign policy experts have questioned what Biden-China relations would look like and the CCP’s encroachment on Taiwan might provide some answers.
Reports describe China’s move on Taiwan as an escalation, dispatching fighter jets and bombers rather than reconnaissance aircraft as has generally been the case. China Uncensored host Chris Chappell noted this is a major challenge to Biden, following President Trump’s unwavering support for Taiwan, ranging from $1.8 billion in weapons sales to high-level diplomatic visits. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo even reframed the entire relationship with Taiwan. But was it really a trap for Biden? Here’s more from Chappell.
How much longer will Americans sit still for liberal corruption in our institutions? Take the Left-leaning Commission on Presidential Debates. Says Newsmax anchor Chris Salcedo, “Since we only deal with the Commission every four years, that’s probably why we weren’t focused on its malfeasance on entities that we deal with on a day-to-day basis, like the Democrat Socialist Party or the FBI or CIA leadership.”
Tonight’s third debate between President Trump and Joe Biden should traditionally focus on national security, but it’s obvious the Commission won’t touch the topic. Why? Because Biden sucks on foreign policy. President Obama’s own Defense Secretary, Robert Gates, shared his view that Beijing Biden was wrong on nearly every foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.
Instead, expect the focus to center around topics, such as man-made global warming to appease the Left. That is, of course, if President Trump doesn’t sneak in a few choice words on foreign policy and Biden family corruption. Here’s more from Salcedo, who takes on FBI Director Christopher Wray and uber liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren on Newsmax TV.
General Hugh Shelton, 14th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, discusses foreign policy and the presidential candidates with Newsmax TV host Ed Berliner, host of “The Hard Line.” Shelton also discusses his recent oped in the Miami Herald titled, “Don’t Empower Iran’s Tyrants.”