Tuesday, December 15, 2020

12-15-20 Expert Guests for Your Show

1. Dr. Steve Turley: As SCOTUS Dismisses Texas Case, Talk of TEXIT Rises Again

2. Andrew Pollack: This Washington Post 'Fact-Check' of Trump's Election Integrity Claim is a Ragbag of Lies

3. Karen Kataline: Concede? Really?

4. James Hirsen: The Wayward Seven

5. Dr. Jerome Corsi: China, China, China

6. Daniel Greenfield: BLM Profiting from African Child Slavery

As SCOTUS Dismisses Texas Case, Talk of TEXIT Rises Again

By Dr. Steve Turley

Within minutes after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the state of Texas's lawsuit over the 2020 presidential election, the leader of the Republican Party Allen West released a statement that turned several heads: "The Supreme Court, in tossing the Texas lawsuit that was joined by seventeen states and 106 U.S. congresspeople, have decreed that a state can take unconstitutional actions and violate its own election law.... Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution." [more...]

This Washington Post 'Fact-Check' of Trump's Election Integrity Claim is a Ragbag of Lies

By Andrew Pollack, President of the Crime Prevention Research Center

Fact-checking the fact-checkers ought to be a full-time job. It never ceases to amaze and appall how these pretend nonpartisans can take entirely true statements that threaten the mainstream media's narrative and twist them so far as to make them appear false. Over the weekend, Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler gave "three Pinocchios" to an assertion President Trump made during his speech last week about the presidential election, based on a report published by my think tank, the Crime Prevention Research Center. [more...]

Concede? Really?

By Karen Kataline

After the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the Texas case citing a "lack of standing," a few more Republicans are calling for Trump to concede. Some are even people we know and love. Apart from corrupt Republicans who are part of a larger "deep-state" than we ever could have imagined, there is another group who rely heavily on their vast and past experience in politics. They think of this election as just another pendulum swing and we'll "get 'em next time." They focus on sportsmanship, statesmanship and appearances.  Perhaps noble in other circumstances, it makes no sense on a political chess board that is unlike any this country has ever seen before. Our opponents have crossed the Rubicon and intend to take this country by force. If they succeed, there won't be a "next time." [more...]

The Wayward Seven

By James Hirsen

To the heartbreak of millions of Americans who were hoping that the Supreme Court would give justice a fighting chance in the current fog of electoral war, seven of the nine members of the High Court simply slunk away last Friday without even lending an ear. Just about a week ago, shortly before midnight, the state of Texas filed a lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court. In the suit, Texas challenged the election procedures that had taken place in the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The seven members of the High Court, who took the position that Texas and the other co-plaintiff states would not be allowed to have their case heard, committed a fundamental error. [more...]

China, China, China

By Dr. Jerome Corsi

I am beginning a deep dive expose of the #BidenCrimeFamily and the other "elites" having been co-opted by the Communist Chinese to become their puppets. Over the next few days and weeks, I will reveal what another branch of the Army of Darkness, the formerly mainstream media has been covering up and promoting for years - the destruction of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the imposition of tyranny upon the greatest nation on the face of God’s green earth. [more...]

BLM Profiting from African Child Slavery

By Daniel Greenfield

Nestle USA responded to the Black Lives Matter race riots with "mandatory unconscious bias training" for its employees before going on to defend the company’s cocoa business from a lawsuit by freed child slaves who had been forced to work on plantations between the ages of 12 and 14, and were brutally beaten when they tried to escape. The leadership of Nestle's UK branch had urged, "I want people talking about race, about inequality and about why it should ever be called into question that black lives matter." Nestle’s version of black lives mattering allegedly meant African child slaves working fourteen hours a day on cocoa plantations, given "scraps of food to eat," "beaten with whips and tree branches," "forced to sleep on the floor," and to "drink urine" if they tried to run away. [more...]

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