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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.

Where Have Lawyers Gone?

Defense attorney Sidney Powell is back in the news and she’s steamed. Powell, a member of President Trump’s legal team and a strong proponent for righting the 2020 election fraud, has now taken up the cause of Trump supporters being held as political prisoners for exercising their constitutional rights to dissent and protest during the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol.

Powell’s organization–defendingtherepublic.com–is raising funds and working behind the scenes to liberate prisoners, some of who have been incarcerated without being charged since mid-January. “I want to know where all the lawyers have gone,” she says. “Lawyers are the ones who stand up for the downtrodden and abused, even when it’s unpopular to do so. And we’re having trouble finding people to work for them, even for compensation, because of all the blowback the left heaps on anyone who seeks justice.” Here’s more with Powell on Real America’s Voice, hosted by Steve Bannon.




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.




 

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