Sen Josh Hawley joins Mark Levin on Life, Liberty & Levin tonight, May 2, at 8pm eastern on Fox.
Mark Levin: “So we have this massive censorship machine going on. Then you have little Parler that’s trying to start up and they all collude and they all get together, as if they’re all on the phone with each other, and … they cut them off … They take them off their store. They take them off their platform … It’s anti-American.”
Josh Hawley: “That is anti-American. That is anti-free speech. It’s anti-First Amendment … and make no mistake, the left is cheering them on.”
John Murowski Real Clear Investigations April 27, 2021
As recently as last summer, few people outside academia had heard of critical race theory, whose central claim is that racism, not liberty, is the founding value and guiding vision of American society. Then, President Trump issued an executive order last September banning the teaching of this “malign ideology” to federal employees and federal contractors.
Trump’s ban was blocked by a federal judge in December and immediately revoked by Joe Biden upon occupying the White House in January. Since then, federal agencies and federal contractors have resumed staff training on unconscious bias, microaggressions, systemic racism and white privilege – some of the most common but also most disputed concepts associated with the four-decade-old academic theory.
Charlotte, NC — On Sunday, Tom Homan appeared on Life, Liberty & Levin to talk about the southern border crisis. Homan was an acting director of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the past. Homan credited Trump with his hard work on border security, saying that he left the border in great shape and had the best policies that were in place since he started as a border patrol agent in 1984.
Those were about the only positive word that Homan said throughout his interview. He then proceeded to share with everyone his opinion about the border crisis and the scary part is, I think he is right.
Elizabeth Stauffer Western Journal February 13, 2021
According to a Tuesday Op-Ed in The New York Times, many French “politicians and prominent intellectuals” believe that America’s new woke culture has gone too far and now poses an existential threat to the French republic and identity.
Specifically, they are concerned about the dangerous social theories on “race, gender and post-colonialism”, which they view as forms of separatism.
While the Biden administration wants the public to be afraid of “white supremacists” and “domestic extremism” new statistics reveal homicide rates have seemed to skyrocket in many cities across the country. This is at least partly due to the fact that law enforcement are afraid to do their jobs for fear of being attacked and prosecuted as racists.
A 12-point summary of the 1965 essay, “Repressive Tolerance” by philosopher and sociologist Herbert Marcuse, teacher and mentor of Angela Davis (a founder of modern “antiracism” movement).
Editor’s Note: Much of Marcuse and the Frankfurt School’s oeuvre is based on Sigmund Freud work, the famous Viennese “founder of psychiatry,” who orchestrated what was effectively a cult around his teachings, many of which served to justify his own sexual perversions.
Chicago, Illinois – Documentary film crew releases dramatic, never before seen footage of the 2017 Inauguration riots. The footage was gathered as part of an ongoing documentary about the fight for dominance playing out between establishment and independent news organizations.
Former Acting Director of US National Intelligence, Richard Grenell, was on ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ with Maria Bartiromo Sunday morning. He discussed who he believes will be acting as a pseudo president by proxy for Joe Biden who is seemingly not mentally or physically equipped for the demanding job.
“You need to watch Susan Rice very closely,” Grenell told Bartiromo. “She will be the shadow president. We have a president-elect in Joe Biden who clearly is not the Joe Biden of 10 years ago. He’s not even the Joe Biden of 5 years ago when it comes to policy issues.”
Grenell also claimed that progressives have “clearly taken over him and I think that that’s why he won. They wanted someone that they could control and Susan Rice being right there at the White House to be the shadow president is probably exactly where she wants to be, behind the scenes. And unchecked.”
A day after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey conceded that the platform’s decision to ban incumbent US President Donald Trump limited the conversation, divided people and ‘set a dangerous precedent’, a secret audio tape has now revealed that Twitter has no plans to stop its censorship drive only with President Donald Trump, but plans to continue the witchhunt.
Project Veritas, a conservative activist group focussed on exposing corruption, had shared a secret recording wherein Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey could be seen discussing the platform’s long term policy in terms of political censorship. The tape now released by Veritas was reportedly leaked by one employee of Twitter.
Victory in Georgia has guaranteed Democratic control of the White House and Congress, giving President-elect Joe Biden expanded options but also denying him cover from the demands of his party’s radical left wing.
Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff’s surprise double triumph on Tuesday makes possible many of Biden’s more expansive legislative priorities, such as his promised revisions to Obamacare or his $2 trillion climate plan. But it also means that he has lost the convenient excuse of a Republican-controlled Senate, which would have allowed him to refuse the more revolutionary changes endorsed by members of his party.
Instead, progressive groups are already agitating for proposals such as ending the Senate’s filibuster. Eli Zupnick, spokesman for the left-leaning Fix Our Senate, responded to the news of Warnock and Ossoff’s victory with bluntness: “What does this election mean? The filibuster is dead.”
Similar calls will soon emerge from other corners, pushing for court packing, the addition of new states, radical appointees, and the agenda of the House’s socialist “squad” caucus. Paradoxically, Biden’s victory in the Senate may have set up an even greater battle: not against Republicans, but across the ever-growing fault lines which divide his party.
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Third: we do not preemptively scan user content for criminal speech. Before the Capitol was occupied by protestors we had no idea what would come from today’s protests in D.C.
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Fifth: the people in attendance at today’s event in D.C. are on Twitter and Facebook, too, and in far larger numbers than Gab.
To be perfectly honest, organizations like the New York Times are the problem here. Over the course of 2020, political violence across the United States has been normalized by Democratic Party politicians and the mainstream media who excused away and refused to enforce the law against “peaceful protestors” – in reality violent agitators and domestic terrorists – who embarked upon various outrages including the occupation of several square blocks of Seattle, the setting fire to small businesses and federal buildings across the U.S., and yes, even forcing D.C. to board up on more than one occasion.