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Back In The USSA!

Nearly half the U.S. public thinks those jailed for the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol are political prisoners, according to a Rasmussen poll. Thirty percent strongly agree, while 42 percent strongly disagree. Surprisingly, 45 percent of Democrats agree with with the assessment.

With such sentiment penetrating our nation, how can a free republic move forward and survive? Should the Beatles classic be re-issued as “Back in the U.S.S.A.?” The “Right Angle” crew of Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle jump into the discussion with some biting remarks.

Triple Flipper In News Cycle

There was a flurry of breaking news on Friday that has many political pundits agreeing that something is shifting inside the halls of power.

Michael Adams, of Natural News, reports the FBI got the ball rolling by leaking to Reuters that the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol wasn’t planned by anyone, also stating that President Trump, Alex Jones and Roger Stone were cleared of any wrongdoing. Then, in a shocking about-face, the mainstream media flipped on President Biden following the Afghanistan debacle, bashing him at every turn. Says Adams, “ABC called him a liar, but it’s not only that. They’re making Biden look bad now, showing photos and videos that are kind of sad, pathetic looking.  Obviously, the CIA owns the mainstream media and they have told the media to start trashing Biden.”

Finally, Facebook’s council on free speech issued a strong statement disavowing the United Kingdom’s Council for Digital Hate. The organization had previously released a list labeled “The Disinformation Dozen,” regarding the coronavirus vaccines. So what are the odds of these three stories breaking on the same day, less than a week after the Afghan chaos? Adams takes a deeper look with his analysis.




Negligent Nancy’s Blunder

Minutes after Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House of Representatives blocked the release of Covid intel, China went on a shocking anti-origin accusation spree, once again blaming the United States.

Restricted Republic host Justus Knight says that Negligent Nancy and her minions are so blinded with hate, so focused on conservative demolition and so blood-hungry for revenge of Jan. 6th that they allowed the enemy access to America. And included in this anti-narrative diatribe, the Chinese Communist Party says there are 5 million petition signers who want the entire focus of the investigation now turned on the U.S. Talk about total nonsense. Here’s Knight with the rest of the story.




Unconstitutional Detainment

Whether you’re a staunch conservative or a diehard liberal, you should be appalled at the circumstances surrounding the “Q Anon shaman” in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 siege on Capitol Hill. The shaman, Jacob Chansley, has been denied bail and is still detained after nearly six months. “It’s not just unconstitutional,” says David Freiheit, “it’s cruel and unusual punishment.”

Chansley, who was wearing a horned headdress and carrying what appeared to be a spear draped by the American flag, was arrested for breaching the Capitol building on Jan. 6 and remains jailed on six federal charges. Judge Royce Lamberth denied Chansley’s bail request, citing him as a flight risk. Surprisingly, Lamberth was appointed to the bench by President Reagan.

Not only is Chansley’s detainment unusually cruel, it violates his 8th Amendment rights, which reads: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel or unusual punishment inflicted.” After reading Lamberth’s order, Freiheit says, “There can be no bail more excessive than no bail. And when you read the justification that the judge is offering to deny bail to Chansley, you’re going to realize that it has nothing to do with justice, it is purely punitive.” Here are the details with Viva Frei’s Freitheit.




Trump: Who Shot Ashli Babbitt?

During his second comeback rally in Sarasota, Fla., over the weekend, President Trump asked the question that’s on everyone’s mind of late: “Who shot Ashli Babbitt? We all saw the hand, we saw the gun.” Mentioning Ashli Babbitt for the first time in Saturday night’s speech, Trump revealed that he recently spoke with Babbitt’s mother, who is still devastated as if it happened yesterday.

Trump alluded to the reluctance of the “other side” to release the name of the shooter, but says, “We already know the name. We know where he came from.” He also slammed Mitch McConnell and other weak Republican leaders for not fighting for the Jan. 6 political prisoners. He pointed out that no one paid the price for the fire, carnage and death that took place in Democrat-run cities throughout the country, including Antifa and Black Lives Matter. Here’s the short and powerful clip from the rally.




 

D’Souza Explodes On Gen. Milley

Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, raised quite a few eyebrows last week when he publicly defended the critical race theory academic movement. Among those insulted was Dinesh D’Souza, who says he was moved to let out some genuine brown rage at the general’s comments.

“I’m just thinking of this puffed-up peacock, this pied piper, this medaled buffoon saying with this oracular authority stuff that is manifestly false,” D’Souza says. He was referring to Milley’s assertion that he wanted to understand the white rage of the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol. D’Souza contends white rage had nothing to do with Jan. 6, but instead was about getting an accurate vote count, making sure that the election was awarded to the right guy. Tune in to hear more of D’Souza’s brown rage.




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