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1A: CLICK [7:07] to hear Ted Cruz expose the Democrats’ history of trying to squash our free speech rights.

2A: CLICK [5:38] to hear a congressman who actually understands guns explain some basic facts to the idiot Democrats who want to disarm Americans by any means, fair or foul. They get way off topic there for a while, but if you pay attention, you’ll notice that not a single Democrat on that committee ever served in the military.

ABORTION: Matt Vespa notes that both Democrat positions and the whackos they use to try and make their case are way outside the mainstream. Case in point – Paulina Guerrero, one of four “expert” witnesses they picked for last Tuesday’s Dobbs hearing. Libs of TikTok noted, “When Paulina isn’t working as a National Program Manager at an abortion clinic, she spends her free time making YouTube videos conducting witch spells and engaging in furry play.” It looks like Libs of TikTok scored another win, because all the videos have been removed.

BORDER: Not only has the FAUX administration been flying illegal border crossers into the U.S. interior, but it has also been allowing them to use arrest warrants and deportation notices as forms of identification to board U.S. flights.

DEBUNKING: [23:07] – Insane viral videos that can be either awfully messy, expensive, or dangerous to the point of lethality. Our kids need to learn to be skeptical about this stuff.

FAUXTUS: A Facebook account purporting to be the White House posted this – “Under this Administration, the current drop in gas prices remains one of the fastest declines in over a decade.

Gas prices have declined by an average of nearly 60 cents since their peak last month, and the average gasoline price is now $3.99 or less in four states.” It has 72K comments on it that range from “tone deaf” to “worst administration in history.” My personal fave is, “Is this the Onion or really someone at the White House?

GET WOKE: Go broke.

KINDNESS: When God moves you to do something, just do it. ❤ Speaking of kindness, my daughters and I have been doing a group text about the Christmas that Dearest was out of work. It was the year Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and the bottom fell out of the building industry. As an architect, he is at the beginning of the design process, so we felt it right away as nervous clients canceled their plans for new construction. He was out of work for a full year, so that Christmas, our church and the kids’ Catholic school (different parishes) both put us on their food basket and tree tag lists. I mentioned that my most poignant memory was the pogo stick. “I don’t know how they found out you wanted one, but I was so touched. It was way above and beyond the tree tag thing and you girls were so thrilled.” Army Princess wrote back with the name of the church lady who had gotten it. “She hid behind Santa at the parish Christmas party to hear what we wanted.” I need a tissue.

NEW YORK: On Thursday, Lee Zeldin, the Republican candidate for New York governor, was attacked during a campaign speech near Rochester. Thankfully, he escaped injury and was even able to finish his speech. His assailant was apprehended, charged with attempted assault in the second degree, and released on his own recognizance.

In Democrat World, jumping on a stage and attempting to stab a Republican is a no-bail, get-out-of-jail-free offense. HOW many J6 defendants are STILL rotting in jail waiting trial for walking around the Capitol Building without a pass?

TEACHERS: Public education has outstripped the Catholic Church for sexual predation of minors … by a lot. Between January 1 and June 30, 181 of them have been arrested for sex crimes ranging from child pornography to raping students. That works out to one per day. One teacher in Hawaii got busted for recording his sexual escapades with a 13-year-old student and then sharing them on a messenger app.

VAXXX: [13:42] – Dr. John Campbell goes over brand new data out of Singapore showing that the risks associated with vaxxxing 5-11-year-olds are many times higher than the benefits.

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