Friday, February 5, 2021
Fox News cancels Lou Dobbs's show
Fox News has canceled “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” the program hosted by one of Donald Trump's most ardent defenders, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
Dobbs, 75, praised Trump on a nightly basis, excoriated the former president’s perceived enemies and promoted the false claim that the 2020 election had not been decided fairly by the American people.
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TIME Magazine Article Admits How the 2020 Election Was “Fortified” Against President Trump
They executed national public-awareness campaigns that helped Americans understand how the vote count would unfold over days or weeks, preventing Trump’s conspiracy facts
theoriesand documented falseclaims of victory from getting more traction. After Election Day, they monitored every pressure point to ensure that Trump could not overturn the result. “
“The untold story of the election is the thousands of people of both parties who accomplished the triumph of American democracy"
In a shocking twist of events, TIME Magazine released an article detailing how the 2020 election was rigged against President Donald Trump.
The article, written by leftist Molly Ball, explains how a secret cabal composed of rich connected elites joined forces to destroy President Trump.
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Supreme Court Announces it Will Soon Consider Major Election Lawsuits
A little late there kids.
The Supreme Court on Friday listed several high-profile election lawsuits it will consider at its mid-February conference.
The cases include challenges to the 2020 election from lawyers Lin Wood and Sidney Powell, as well as Republican Rep. Mike Kelly’s lawsuit in Pennsylvania, the Washington Examiner reported.
Wood and Powell each filed multiple lawsuits in battleground states including Georgia and Wisconsin.
Nearly every lawsuit in consideration questions the expanded use of mail-in ballots in the 2020 election.
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The republic is dead; hail the oligarchy
Twenty-two million illegal aliens, new states of DC and Puerto Rico, permanent universal mail-in voting, and a stacked Supreme Court will cement a permanent cultural marxist stamp on this land. Republicans who dream of a comeback in 2022 or 2024 are delusional.
“Eichah” (the first word of the book of Lamentations). Speak a lament, for the mighty Republic is dead; Mr. Franklin, we could not, or would not, keep it. It was, we thought, “the last, best hope of earth”, Mr. Lincoln. We lost it because it was only suitable for a virtuous people, Mr. Adams, and we would not undertake the unpleasant duty of forcefully cleansing vice, Mr. Jefferson. King David, you told us that “You who love the Lord [must] hate evil” (Psalms 97:10); instead we accommodated ourselves to it.
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Dan Bongino: Parler Could Be Up And Running February 8th
Parler, the social media platform that was forced offline by Amazon following the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, could be up and running again early next week, co-owner Dan Bongino told “Hannity” Thursday.
He said that the platform is going to return on the 8th of February, which is Monday.
“We’re shooting for Monday,” said Bongino, who is also a Fox News contributor. “Monday looks good. Fingers crossed.”
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New Mexico Bill Could Criminalize Parents for Teaching Their Kids to Shoot
Go play with yourself
A new piece of legislation in New Mexico could criminalize parents and other adults for allowing children under the age of 12 to use their firearms at a gun range.
Billed as a “safe storage” policy, the legislation (SB 224) creates an “authorized user” category, which it defines as “an individual who has been specifically granted permission to have access to the firearm.” Minors may only be authorized users if they are at least 12 years old and have successfully passed a “firearm safety training course.”
The New Mexico Shooting Sports Association blasted the legislation in an article in the Pinon Post.More @ GIuns America
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Big Tech Moves to De-Platform 3D Printer Gun Groups… Again
Online forums that share 3D printed gun files haven’t been exempt from the crackdown by Big Tech on gun-related groups, websites, and organizations.
Keybase, which is owned by video conferencing company Zoom, recently vowed to the anti-gun outlet The Trace that it will begin enforcing its policy against content that empowers users to print gun parts on 3D printers.
“We have informed [3D-printed gun groups] that we will discontinue hosting them in the coming days,” a spokesperson for Keybase told The Trace.
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