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Stone Eyeing Florida Guv’s Race

Political fireplug Roger Stone is threatening to seek the Libertarian nomination for governor in Florida to hold Gov. Ron DeSantis’ feet to the fire. Though he has no illusions of winning, Stone says DeSantis has to strengthen his position on voting fraud and pledge not to seek the 2024 presidential nomination should President Trump decide to enter the race.

Appearing on Infowars, with Alex Jones, Stone gives his take on the GOP’s stunning upset in Virginia, the near victory in New Jersey and the state of the Republican Party.




It’s Time For Dems To Panic

In another stunning special election, the Trump-led Republican Party scored another astonishing victory, flipping an Iowa blue seat in the state Legislature for the first time in decades.

The victory added to a string of GOP special-election wins in the last few months, signaling panic for Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Demorats and possibly foretelling what may well be a monstrous red wave in the 2022 midterm elections. Here’s Dr. Steve Turley with the details.




We Need Leaders With A Spine

Eleven Senate Republicans sold out America last week, joining with Democrats to overcome a filibuster and extend the debt ceiling until December–even though Democrats had the needed votes without them.

An irate Glenn Beck says it’s time to elect leaders with a spine! Elect leaders who think politics is despicable, who think it’s all a game and who despise the system. “We need strong Americans to create good times in our nation again,” he says. Here’s Beck’s rant on Blaze TV.

Arizona Audit Due This Week

Kelli Ward, chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, says the long-awaited results of the state’s forensic audit will be delivered to the State Senate early this week, much to the chagrin of Democrats.

Ward says the announcement has already moved the opposition to control the narrative. “These opponents are responding to the audit before the report has even been given to the State Senate,” Ward says. “Do they have a crystal ball? Can they see into the future?” Here are more details on what’s promising to become an interesting week ahead for the Grand Canyon State.




N.M. House Leader Resigns

Albuquerque’s Sheryl Williams Stapleton, facing allegations of racketeering, money laundering and a kickback scheme, resigned her position as House Majority Leader in the New Mexico Legislature, but not before vehemently denying any wrongdoing.

Agents from the Attorney General ‘s office raided her home and business earlier this week following the allegations. The warrant states Stapleton, an Albuquerque Public Schools administrator, funneled money meant for a vendor into her personal bank account. Stapleton’s attorney said she is also under federal investigation in the case.

KRQE-TV reports the N.M. Republican Party said this was a “sad day in New Mexico politics,” but added Stapleton violated the public trust. The House Democrats said the resignation was appropriate, given the weight of the allegations. Meanwhile, the House Democratic Caucus met on Saturday to discuss the resignation and the Bernalillo County Commission will be responsible for appointing a new member to carry out the remainder of her current term. Here’s more from KRQE.

 

 

Capitol Police Back Down

The Capitol Police Department is backing down on enforcing Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s mask mandate, after Republican critics threw a monkey wrench into the directive.

In a major overreach of government power, Pelosi ordered Capitol police to arrest staff and visitors who fail to comply with the mask mandate for vaccinated individuals, which was earlier recommended by the CDC. Republicans immediately slammed the order and criticized the CDC  for not revealing the data behind its decision. The same rules did not apply to the Senate. The move shapes up as another major setback for Pelosi and the corrupt Democrat Party. Here’s Mr. Obvious with the story.

Cheney Regrets Trump Vote

Not surprisingly, bitter and corrupt RINO Liz Cheney is backtracking her 2020 vote, saying she regrets voting for President Trump, although she didn’t disclose if she was leaving the Republican Party.

In an interview with ABC News’ Jon Karl on “This Week,” Cheney says she will do everything she can to prevent Trump from being the 2024 Republican nominee and make sure he never gets close to the Oval Office again. Talk about a bombastic threat! We have faith in the Wyoming electorate that they see to it that Cheney never gets close to Capitol Hill again. Here’s more with Gary Franchi on Next News Network.




Stop The Tyranny

With the radical Democrat Party now fully in control of Washington, D.C., there is a crisis of major proportions developing. And the consequences will be dire. Jim Hoft, founder and editor of The Gateway Pundit, says America has to wake up to tyranny now and it all starts with rectifying the massive voter fraud that occurred on Nov. 3.

In an exclusive interview, Hoft tells video blogger Courtenay Turner that people have to know exactly what happened with the election. “We’re not America anymore. When you don’t have rule of law, when you don’t have the Supreme Court doing its job, when you have these other courts that just allow this fraud to happen, we’re in a very dangerous situation, somewhere we haven’t been since the Civil War.”

The wake-up call, says Hoft, has to begin with the Republican Party cleaning house of all the RINOS. “We need people with spines. We’re going up against Marxism,” he says. “We’re going up against people who want to shut your mouth.” At this point, Hoft says, the only man who could right the ship is Donald J. Trump. Popular future candidates, such as Gov. Ron DeSantis, U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz or former Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley are admiral fighters, but Trump is the only one who can save America. Here’s more with Hoft discussing the importance of truth, transparency, free speech and journalistic integrity.




Stone: Trump Will Roll In 2024

President Trump political confidant Roger Stone returns to the limelight, reflecting on his travails and the state of the Republican Party. Following the disaster and thievery by the Democrats in the Presidential election, Stone, who believes Trump will roll unencumbered to the 2024 Republican nomination if he chooses to run, tells Alex Jones on InfoWars that there are three major components to a successful recovery by the GOP.

“If we don’t fix the internet censorship problem, and therefore we can’t fix the election-law problem and therefore we can’t clean house in the Republican Party–three important steps–I don’t know why he would want to run.” Stone says everything is upside down in today’s political spectrum. The Democrats were long the party of peace, civil rights and civil liberties and the Republicans the party of war and loved the FBI. Now, he says, everything is backward.

Here’s more with Stone, as he continues to call former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo a swamp creature, talks about the Democrats’ failed attempt to incriminate him in the Russian collusion scandal and disses the RINOS who turned on President Trump.




JFK: A Conservative Today?

President John F. Kennedy lowered taxes, opposed abortion, supported gun rights and believed in a strong military. A strong, conservative Republican, right? Not quite. JFK was the darling of the Democrat Party in the early 1960s, though the party was a lot more moderate than today’s looney tunes.

Fast forward to 2021 and PragerU’s Will Witt asks, “Would JFK be a conservative today? In the years since the JFK Administration, the Left has become much more radical and, although many people look up to JFK for his liberal causes, a closer look at his policies paints a different picture. Kennedy was a lifelong NRA member and strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and he believed that a well-equipped military was the answer, as demonstrated in the Cuban Missile Crisis. Today, the Left supports abortion, even up to nine months. Kennedy would have never approved of that. In the following presentation, Witt digs deeper into JFK’s policies and comes to the conclusion that our 35th President just might have moved to the other side of the aisle.




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