Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Archive for the tag “Mike Huckabee”

Man Of A Thousand Voices

Legendary  Rich Little, the “Man of a Thousand Voices,” returns to the lighter side of life with some contemporary impressions. In addition to his spot-on Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Stewart and Truman Capote impersonations, Little has added Joe Biden and Mike Lindell to his repertoire. Video courtesy of Huckabee.

You’ve Been Warned

The historic Georgia Senate runoff elections are no longer about the Peach State, but about the future of America. The election will determine the balance of the Senate and the balance of power for the entire U.S. government.

Should GOP incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler lose, the Democrat Party will seize control  of Congress and the White House. Hopefully, that’s just another Disney-like fairytale. Former Arkansas Governor and Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee explained it like only he can: “If Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi are given a gas pedal and no breaks, our heads will spin with the changes they’re going to push on us. We might end up with a runaway train with big and expensive and expansive government.”

It’s a scary thought, indeed. Here’s Huckabee with more analysis.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Why The Left Fears Barrett

When President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court, it created a liberal meltdown like no other. But it’s not Barrett’s legal qualifications that scare the Democrats. She’s as qualified as any of the eight members now occupying a seat on the bench.

So what gives? For starters, Barrett takes her faith in the Constitution and the Bible seriously. And the main reason the Left is having a hissy fit is because she fights for the unborn. This drives liberals crazy because they do not like her moral compass and they are quaking in their progressive boots, fearing that Barrett will spearhead the dismantling of Roe v. Wade.

“The real issue liberals are afraid of is abortion,” says two-time for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. “But what many people don’t seem to realize is that the overturning of Roe v. Wade would not end abortion. It would simply make the legality of it an issue for each state to settle.” Here’s more with Huckabee as he digs deeper into both sides of the issue.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Clueless Media Attacks Barr

In its never-ending assault on the GOP, the Left’s PR firm–aka, the mainstream media–has now turned its vitriol on Attorney General William Barr. Employing every dirty trick in the book in the last three and one-half years to smear the Trump Administration, the MSM continued its lunacy, wreaking havoc with Barr’s recent address at Hillsdale College.

During a discussion regarding the COVID-19 shutdown’s stay-at-home orders, Barr said, “Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint, this is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history.” Terse, well-said and clear as day. Not to the MSM. Within hours after the delivery, the MSM’s fake-news machine was in high gear, blasting Barr for comparing the shutdown to slavery! Read the comment again, bozos. He specifically exempted slavery in his comparison. And, as usual, the Lefties in Congress chipped in with some choice words of their own.

This is just another example of the MSM’s lame efforts to poison the narrative–no fact-checking, no reason, no ethics. In the sage words of political pundit Sean Hannity, “Journalism in America is dead.” Nothing rings more true. Here’s more on “The Breakdown,” with host Mike Huckabee.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Heads Of State

Notice how all of the most dangerous nursing homes — the ones with the highest coronavirus death rates — all could be found in states run by Democrats. Were these Democratic governors simply counting more coronavirus deaths so they could receive higher federal reimbursements, or did the Democrats engage in riskier behavior, placing known coronavirus patients within the nursing homes, thus spreading the disease to more members of the elderly? Some of the governors with pronounced mortality rates: Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y., Gretchen Whitmer, D-Mich., Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., Tom Wolf, D-Penn., and Phil Murphy, D-N.J. Jamie Dlux explores this sad tale.

Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, says the five Democratic governors need to explain why they failed to follow the federal guidelines and sent coronavirus patients into nursing homes.Because of their negligence, “New York has suffered 6,318 deaths in nursing homes. New Jersey, 6,327,” says Scalise. “Compare that to Florida — a retirement state — 1,454. On a per capita basis, nursing homes deaths in New York are 500 percent higher than Florida and New Jersey is 1,120 percent higher than Florida.”

At best, one can describe these Democrats as dunces. But just as easily, you can call them murderers. So Cuomo can talk tough, but he’s a sleazebag of the highest order. Same goes for the cackling Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan. Go stick your head under a lake, witch!

Here is Scalise’s appearance over the weekend on Mike Huckebee’s show on Fox News. The COVID-19 discussion begins around the 4:20 mark.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: The Huckabee Show interview with Steve Scalise has disappeared off YouTube, so we present another video where Scalise addresses the same issues.)

ARVE Error: need id and provider

What Will Recovery Look Like?

Many Americans are conflating the COVID-19 pandemic and the country’s subsequent shutdown to the Great Depression. Not so fast, says Larry Kudlow, director of the U.S. National Economic Council. Kudlow says today’s economic woes are completely different from the Great Depression, where enormous policy mistakes were made that brought the economy tumbling down. Our current economic reversal is the function of the COVID-19 virus and the mitigation attempts, which unfortunately will go on for a while, he says. But there are some glimmers of hope. The virus numbers are flattening  and Kudlow expects a strong second-half resurgence in our economy and an even more robust 2021. Here’s more on “Connecting With Huckabee” on TBN.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Gowdy Weighs in On Lockdown

As the COVID-19 lockdown across the country slowly treads into its second month, some state and local governments are being accused of trampling on the Constitutional rights of their citizens. “Anytime government asks the citizenry to do something, there has to be a rational basis for it,” says Trey Gowdy, former chairman of the House Oversight Committee. “The greater the freedom you infringe, the more compelling the reason has to be.” Gowdy elaborates on a special edition of “Hannity,” with Mike Huckabee.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Strategy to Take Out Trump

It’s obvious that some Americans and the mainstream media, in particular, think that four more years of President Trump is worse than the COVID-19 pandemic. Their  plan: to blame the crisis on Trump for political advantage. The result has been a barrage of outright lies and deceit. Problem is, the six major corporations in America own 90 percent of the media and they don’t like Donald Trump, so think they can get away with bypassing the truth. Political pundit Bill O’Reilly gives us his take on this special appearance on “Huckabee.”

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Send China The Bill

Former Arkansas governor and political pundit Mike Huckabee says he has the perfect solution to hold China accountable for the Wuhan Virus. “Let’s tally up the astronomical financial hit we are taking and subtract it from the amount of U.S. debt held by the Chinese,” Huckabee says. And he’s not alone in that suggestion.

Earlier this week, Senator Lindsey Graham, appearing on “Hannity,” said that if were up to him, the whole world would send China a bill for the pandemic. In this episode of “Huckabee’s Breakdown,” Huckabee explains why China must be held accountable for its actions and he also delves into the firing of intelligence inspector general Michael Atkinson and the circumstances surrounding Ukraine whistleblower Eric Ciaramella.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Virus Survivor Tells His Story

Former South Carolina Gov. David Beasely shares his frightening, first-hand experience with COVID-19. A frequent globetrotter as director of the United Nations World Food Programme, Beasely says he recently spent a good amount of time in the Middle East, was tested twice for the coronavirus and was fine. “I don’t think I picked it up there, but I flew back to the United States where I thought I would be much safer,” Beasely says. “And somewhere in that week, whether it was at the airport or maybe South Carolina or Canada, I picked it up.” He gives us the details on “Huckabee,” with host Mike Huckabee.

ARVE Error: need id and provider

Post Navigation