The FBI didn’t want Trump to be President. Peter Stzrok’s text says “we’ll stop it.” The day after the election, FBI Attorney #2 said he was “stressed about what I could have done differently.” 2 weeks later he said “Viva le resistance.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) June 14, 2018
BREAKING: President Trump to hold string of campaign events next week (we’re calling them mini-rallies) during the DNC.
Time to dust off the equipment and hit the road! 🇺🇸📹
Monday- Mankato, MN
Monday- Oshkosh, WI
Tuesday- Yuma, AZ
If more are announced, we will relay. pic.twitter.com/68Gc6Nepug
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) August 14, 2020
3 years ago, Antifa was bussed into Charlottesville carrying baseball bats. The then governor, Terry McAuliffe, issued stand down orders which allowed the 2 protesting groups to merge. The violence that happened in Charlottesville lies solely on McAuliffe, a Democrat. (1) https://t.co/kDOyS5e5a5
— Storm ⛈ (@boxersforlife) August 13, 2020
There’s an issue with the You Tube Rewind. It took out our internet connection. You can chance it or listen here instead. If You Tube does disconnect you just reset your modem. Does the trick.
We’re required to wear a mask when we go to our local stores,the doctor’s office or the hospital. We’re required to wear a mask when we attend Mass on Sundays. All of these requirements make sense. When you can’t social distance a mask is the next best preventitive. It offers some protection (according to the CDC in fact)and that is better than none. When you don’t have a choice but to be around other people in tight spaces better to wear a mask. We want our local businesses to make a comeback and succeed. It’s the least we can do.
A public MANDATE on the other hand is nonsense. If i’m outside i’m typically with my husband or alone. I’m with my husband when we’re in our home. We don’t wear our masks when we’re with each other inside. The mandate is not going to save a single life because wearing a mask under certain cirumstances may or may not be necessary. Social distancing and santitary practices(washing hands for 20 seconds,sanitizers)works best. Let’s suppose we had a mandate to mask when we’re out ‘in public.’ How do you enforce this? What happens if 1 or 2 people decide not to comply. Fine? Jail? What’s the penalty?When you’re coming up with crazy plans like this one, you owe it to ppl to tell them how it’s going work.
I’m no mask nazi. i’ve always made that clear. On the other hand i have always defended the use of masks in situations that call for it. I am NOT opposed to masks,social distancing or good hygenine. Every single one of us have an obligation to help stop the spread.We are our brother’s keeper but a public mask mandate? It’s totally political and asinine.I argue with people all the time when they declare they will never wear a mask. I also argue with people who don’t use common sense and expect people to wear them when there’s no need to. Let’s stick with the science and TRY to keep the politics out of it.Hard to do in an election year but we can try.
A group of black residents from Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood — the location of an officer-involved shooting that triggered a night of riots and looting on Sunday — demanded that members of Chicago’s Black Lives Matter group, who were holding a protest to support those arrested for looting, leave the neighborhood and return only when they were ready to really help the community.
Chicago BLM organized a series of protests, beginning Monday, in support of the 100 individuals arrested during Sunday night’s shocking events, claiming that looting is “reparations” and that the alleged criminals were simply “protesting” and taking what is rightfully theirs from “corporations.”
On the second night of Chicago BLM’s protests, however, residents of the south side neighborhood where the initial, triggering incident occurred showed up at the BLM rally to demand the protesters leave.
“Standing in the middle of 63rd Street, encircled by police reform protesters, [Duane Kidd, a] 42-year-old lifelong resident of Englewood yelled: ‘None of these motherf******s are gonna be here tomorrow. That’s why I got a problem,’” according to the Chicago Sun-Times, which covered the clash between residents and protesters.
“They didn’t let the community know. They didn’t put flyers on peoples’ doors,” Kidd continued. “If they would’ve gotten something incited with the police, who’s gotta deal with it tomorrow? The community. Not them. They’ll be somewhere sipping sangria somewhere.
I’m telling you like it is.”Darryl Smith, a community activist and president of the Englewood Political Task Force, was harsher.“If your issue is with the police, take it to 35th and Michigan [where CPD headquarters is located].
Don’t come in Englewood with it,” Smith said, per the Sun-Times. “If the people on 56th Street want to come over and protest the police, they can do it.
But no one from the North Side or Indiana or any place other than Englewood can come here and do that.”The “North Side” and “Indiana” are references to mostly-white areas in Chicago and in nearby Indiana.“Y’all don’t come out when a kid gets shot. Y’all come out when it’s got something to do with the f****** police,” Smith continued.
Continue Reading Here (Language Alert): WATCH: Black Chicago Residents Interrupt BLM Rally To Support Looters, Demand BLM Leave Neighborhood – Nwo Report
Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI) said Wednesday that Republicans on his committee blocked him from subpoenaing fired FBI Director James Comey, former CIA Director John Brennan and others involved in Spygate
.Earlier this year, the Committee gave Ron Johnson unilateral subpoena power, however, several members are now “highly concerned” about how it looks politically to subpoena Obama’s goons.
It is unclear how Ron Johnson is unable to issue subpoenas now after the Committee already granted him the power to do so.
“We had a number of my committee members that were highly concerned about how this looks politically,” Johnson told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, who pressed the Senator to name the Republicans blocking him.
Ron Johnson refused to name names and said that he needs unanimous support from all Committee Republicans in order to issue subpoenas — even ONE GOP member objecting would result in a deadlock vote.
“If I lose one, I lose the vote,” Johnson said.Hugh Hewitt repeatedly asked Ron Johnson to name the GOP members on the Senate Homeland Security Committee blocking his subpoenas.Johnson dug in his heels.“Hugh, I’m just not going to be naming names that way,” Johnson replied.
“If there’s a senator who is blocking a subpoena, we need to know who that is so we throw them out,” Hewitt said, pressuring Johnson to name names.Majority members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security:
.Paul, Rand. KY.
Lankford,, James. OK.
Mitt. UT. (we figured)
Scott, Rick. FL
.Enzi, Michael B. WY
.Hawley, Josh. MO
.Johnson also told Hugh Hewitt that he has not spoken with US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham, the special prosecutor investigating the origins of Spygate.