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Wednesday 8-9-23

Wednesday 8-9-23

Verse(s) for today:

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.

Philippians 4:8 KJV

But he answered and said, it is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

Matthew 4:4 KJV

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.

Ephesians 3:20-21 KJV

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[Patrick Bestall]

The Jury's Verdict in Andy Ngo's Case Against Antifa Sends Shockwaves:

At the conclusion of journalist Andy Ngo's multi-day civil trial against Rose City Antifa, whose far-left militant members brutally beat the investigative reporter when he went undercover to expose Antifa's extremist activities on the riot-torn streets of Portland, a 12-person jury reached a verdict in the case Tuesday evening, reportedly finding both of the defendants not liable for all claims.

The Post Millennial's senior editor—represented by attorney Harmeet Dhillon's nonprofit Center for American Liberty—sought almost $1 million in damages in a lawsuit accusing the co-defendants of assault, battery, theft, and intentional infliction of emotional distress over a series of violent Antifa attacks beginning in 2019, when Ngo was hospitalized for a brain hemorrhage.

In closing statements, defense counsel Michelle Burrows told the jurors that not only does she self-identify as an "anti-fascist," she strongly declared, "I am Antifa," and insisted upon making herself an "I am Antifa" t-shirt, which the activist attorney said she would wear after the trial. In spite of Antifa's well-documented history of violence, Burrows told the jury that Antifa's unfavorable reputation is untrue and depicted the organized militants as activists fighting for social justice and civil rights. "Resistance in this country has never been peaceful," Burrows argued in defense of Antifa, admitting that Ngo's tormenters were, in fact, "terrorists."

Rather than taking the time to provide evidence as to why the defendants should be free of liability, Burrow instead defended anti-fascism and attacked Ngo's credibility as a journalist. Burrows also told jurrors that she "will remember each one of their faces."

Before jury deliberation commenced, Judge Chanpone Sinlapasai announced that the jurors have raised safety concerns about being "doxxed" and claimed that people have been trying to identify them, according to a Post Millennial report by Seattle-based correspondent Katie Daviscourt. Prior to the trial's conclusion, Sinlapasai issued court orders banning the public and non-credentialed press from the courtroom for the duration of Ngo's jury trial as it was underway in Multnomah County Circuit Court. The judge's decision was made due to multiple in-court disruptions since the trial began on July 31 as well as security issues.

On the final day of the trial, both Ngo and his colleague Daviscourt, who has been providing day-by-day coverage, were harassed by Antifa's associates. Ngo was heading into court while Daviscourt was threatened inside the courthouse as the jury sat down to deliberate. "Get in the elevator with us," one of the co-defendants, joined by two others, told Daviscourt in a threatening tone, calling her a multitude of names. "Why won't you get in the elevator with us? We want you in here."

Ngo's legal team had hoped the landmark case would hold lawless Antifa extremists accountable. Dhillon, alongside Ngo's fellow journalists and supporters, took to Twitter to weigh in on the jury's decision, expressing widespread outrage over the outcome:

On the highly anticipated trial's penultimate day, the court had ruled in the defense's favor when it came to witness testimony.

Attempting to undermine Ngo's reputation, the defense called controversial Portland State University professor Alexander Reid Ross, who proudly identifies as Antifa, to the stand Monday as a so-called "expert" on "far-right" media, which he claimed includes Ngo, whom he smeared as a "rage inducer" and "provocateur" without evidence to back his defamatory statements.

Although Ngo's team objected to Ross being a witness on the basis of relevancy, the judge overruled the objection.

A fellow of the Centre for Radical Right Analysis, Ross's work has appeared in left-wing mainstream outlets such as VICE, The Washington Post, and The Daily Beast, where his writings feature favorable coverage of Antifa. Ngo's counsel revealed during cross-examination that Ross's reporting is allegedly too extreme even for the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center, which had retracted an article by Ross after he had falsley identified individuals as white nationalists, white supremacists, and anti-Semites.

Ross opines on the far-left online news site, It's Going Down, defending and praising anti-fascist collectives, including Rose City Antifa. "It is great to see all of the Antifa groups springing up, the first I think was Rose City Antifa..." Ross stated in an article.

Ross, the author of a 400-page book titled "Against the Fascist Creep," has compared conservatives to the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), suggested that leftist activists need to be "militant" to maintain control while discussing his book at the Orange County Anarchist Book Fair in 2017, and urged the audience to "get their hands dirty" when confronted with "fascism," The Post Millennial reports.

On the same day as Ross's "expertise" testimony, one of the alleged Antifa attackers broke down in tears as he testified before the jury and confessed to the crimes he's accused of, according to The Post Millennial's reporting. Weeping on the witness stand Monday, alleged Antifa-affiliated defendant John Colin Hacker told Ngo that watching what happened to him was "heartbreaking."

Hacker apologized to Ngo, mentioning how Ngo was forced to flee the country to start a new life abroad and was left unable to take care of his elderly parents because of the displacement. Hacker said it "hit home" for him, because he was unable to right his wrongs with his own father before he had passed away. Telling a personal story of triumph, in which he has overcome opioid addiction after suffering third-degree burns to 79 percent of his body, Hacker said he became an addiction counselor with a bachelor's in public health and a master's in criminology and criminal justice. Now, Hacker claims he's just a stay-at-home dad.

As for his Antifa activism, allegedly one of Antifa's "doxxers," Hacker said he is a social justice activist and citizen journalist who possesses a special "skillset" at identifying individuals clothed in covert attire such as non-identifying black bloc, which black-clad Antifa activists often don as an evasive tactic to conceal themselves when carrying out political violence. Hacker, during deposition, testified that his primary role on the scene is to "identify right-wingers" who infiltrate Antifa-associated activist events.

When cross-examined about using Twitter to dox political opponents, Hacker testified: "I feel like it's important that people know there is a lot of right-wingers that infiltrate, and so, any time that happens, I note it on Twitter." Though he considers himself "anti-fascist," Hacker said he doesn't embrace the phrase "Antifa," because he claimed it is "used to discredit left-wing protesters." At protests, Hacker stated he is on "cop watch," looking for police officers to alert protesters about law enforcement's whereabouts.

Back in May 2021, when Ngo returned to doing on-the-ground reporting, Ngo wore black clothing to hide his identity while covering a Rose City Antifa-organized direct action, an event that "broke my client," Ngo's lawyer Dorothy Yamamoto argued.

Hacker was the first to approach and identify Ngo that night, leading to Ngo being physically beaten by a pursuing Antifa-led mob until he sought refuge inside The Nines hotel in downtown Portland, Oregon, narrowly escaping, Ngo's civil complaint alleges.

In sworn testimony, Hacker recalled that shortly after accosting Ngo, he had spoken to co-defendant Elizabeth Richter, who allegedly broadcasted Ngo's location on a livestream, doxxed the journalist on Twitter, and encouraged others to assault Ngo.

Outside the hotel, Richter is heard screaming on video, "I can't wait for you to come out, Andy!" and "You thought the milkshakes were bad last time? We are going to beat the f*ck out of you, b*tch!" On Twitter, Richter then thanked a "bad*ss f*cking comrade" for identifying Ngo following the vicious and seemingly coordinated late-night attack. However, Hacker testified that he was unaware of whom Richter was referring to in her tweet, and Richter insisted that she doesn't remember whom she was thanking.

Video evidence allegedly shows Hacker visible on surveillance footage roaming with the Antifa mob after Ngo was assaulted. In one clip, an Antifa radical is seen speaking to Hacker and placing a hand on his shoulder in what Ngo's legal team described as a "congratulatory" manner. On the stand, Hacker asserted that he did not witness the assaults and does not know who Ngo's attackers were despite being a self-proclaimed identification specialist. Ngo's team alleged that Hacker and Richter know the identities of Ngo's assailants and are covering for the culprits, thus preventing Ngo from bringing his attackers to justice.

In the aftermath of the attack, Ngo testified that he started publishing less of his own writing, explaining that he was unable to write "because of the triggers" like "flashback moments" of "legs in black surrounding me" and Antifa "screaming my name."

"The physical pain was worse," Ngo said on the stand. "Everyday activities for months was physically painful and the triggers from this attack were way more severe. I kept thinking about that near-death experience, how these people pinned me down, beat me, and nobody helping me, with hotel staff not calling 911, it was isolating and triggered my experiences of depression."

Regarding a prior unprovoked May 2019 altercation at the gym, where Hacker admittedly assaulted Ngo and forcibly took his phone out of his hand, Hacker acknowledged pouring a liquid on Ngo and stealing his cellular device, showing remorse for his "inappropriate" actions and claiming he "acted on impulse." Upon spotting Ngo at the 24-Hour Fitness location, Hacker remembered thinking, "F*ck this guy," before the assault. That was "not an appropriate way to address my irritation," Hacker said.

Ngo testified that the gym incident with Hacker was when "I started to become scared being in Portland." Ngo added: "This was me just living my private life on a regular day. Someone who recognized me at the gym that I thought was a safe place to be."

In June 2019, Ngo covered another event organized by Rose City Antifa, a viral incident caught on camera that showed Ngo being repeatedly punched, kicked in the head, hit with placards, and doused with "concrete-infused" milkshakes. Ngo required a hospital stay to treat his brain bleed, in addition to months of therapy. Ngo testified that he had to see a cognitive, physical, and occupational therapist following the attack and saw a psychologist for the trauma he was experiencing, which resembled PTSD.

Ngo, the son of Vietnamese refugees, also disclosed in his Day One testimony that Antifa radicals oxed his phone number and home address, where his parents lived, and that all of his family’s private information had been posted online by far-left actors.

In mid-July, the court granted an order of default against co-defendants Jacob Christian Evans, Madison Lee Allen, and Corbyn/Katherine Belyea, who were also named in Ngo’s lawsuit. The judge will likely decide liability for damages post-trial.

Evans, whose legal name was changed amid pending litigation to Sammica Overkill Schott-Deputy (an anti-police statement meaning “shot deputy”) and whose gender legally became “non-binary,” arrived at the courthouse Monday despite being found in default, which excluded the defendant from the jury trial. The repeat arrestee with a violent criminal past across several counties has attested to “undergoing surgical, hormonal, or other appropriate treatment for the purpose of affirming gender identity.”

Earlier last month, Rose City Antifa was dismissed from Ngo’s lawsuit on grounds that it’s “not a discreet entity under common law” and therefore cannot be sued nor served as an unassociated identity. Though, the individual defendants were still suable.


Faith in ACTION today…

Venomous snake falls from the sky and attacks a woman, she screams "Help me, Jesus!", and a hawk swoops in and snatches the snake off her

SILSBEE, Texas – A snake fell out of the sky and landed on a woman mowing her yard.

The bizarre incident didn’t stop there. Peggy Jones was then attacked by a hawk.

Jones was on her tractor mowing at her home in Silsbee, near Beaumont on Tuesday afternoon. She describes how suddenly a snake fell on her, wrapping around her arm.

“The snake was squeezing so hard, and I was waving my arms in the air. And then, this hawk was swooping down clawing at my arm over and over,” explains Peggy Jones. “I just kept saying, ‘Help me, Jesus, Help me, Jesus.’’

The hawk eventually ripped the snake off of her arm and flew away with it. Jones thinks the hawk came down on her at least four times trying to get the snake. She says blood was everywhere. Her husband heard the commotion and came running.

“I was yelling and screaming. He didn’t know what I was saying. I thought I was bit by a snake.”

Her husband took her to the emergency room where she was treated for cuts from the hawk and bruising from the snake squeezing on her arm.

There was no snake bite, but she was monitored for a bite just in case. Jones also discovered how close she really came to being bitten by the snake.

“I discovered the lens on my glasses was broken and there was snake venom on my glasses.”

“I feel like the luckiest person alive to have survived this!”

Jones says people have told her she must be the unluckiest person alive to have a hawk and snake attack at the same time. She says it’s the opposite, “I feel like the luckiest person alive to have survived this!”

This wasn’t even her first encounter with a snake. Jones survived being bitten by a venomous snake a few years back.

In case you are wondering, in true Texas-tough style, Jones has already been back on the tractor. Jones had her husband walk beside her on the first ride back just to keep an eye out overhead. But she thinks she will be fine next time.

[We’ve got to give a shout-out to local, community journalism! Jones was first interviewed by the Silsbee Bee, a community newspaper. Her story was posted on social media and that’s where one of our producers spotted it!]


Award-winning TV producer and content creator. My goal as a journalist is to help people. Faith and family motivate me. Running keeps me sane.

Jack Smith Declares an Emergency – Demands New Hearing:

Since Special Council Jack Smith’s indictment against former President Donald Trump regarding Trump’s actions on Jan 6, the twists and turns in the case are daily news.

The charges stem from the fact that then-President Trump questioned the outcome of the voting in the 2020 election, even as widespread reports of fraudulent voting rang out across the country. Trump has denied all wrongdoing and both he and conservatives maintain that the bogus charges are politically motivated.

Smith’s indictment against Trump, unsealed last week, disputes that he is being charged for exercising his First Amendment rights, instead alleging that he perpetrated three criminal conspiracies as “unlawful means of discounting legitimate votes and subverting the election results,” ABC News reports.

Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges of “undertaking a ‘criminal scheme’ to overturn the results of the 2020 election by enlisting a slate of so-called ‘fake electors’ targeting several states; using the Justice Department to conduct ‘sham election crime investigations’; and trying to enlist the vice president to ‘alter the election results’ — all in an effort to subvert democracy and remain in power,” ABC News continues.

On Friday, Trump’s now-viral social media post, promising a fight, “IF YOU GO AFTER ME, I’M COMING AFTER YOU! was followed up quickly by Smith asking the judge for a protective order late Friday due to the post. Conservative outcry has been massive since Trump has not asked to be protected from Smith and his indictment, only that he, Trump, be allowed his First Amendment rights to Free Speech.

Trump’s attorneys made the argument in their response Monday to the special counsel’s motion for a protective order over the discovery evidence in the case against Trump for allegedly seeking to overturn the 2020 election. Monday’s filing argues for narrower limits on the protective order, which Trump’s attorneys say would protect sensitive materials while ensuring Trump’s right to free speech.

“In a trial about First Amendment rights, the government seeks to restrict First Amendment rights,” Trump’s attorneys wrote in their filing. “Worse, it does so against its administration’s primary political opponent, during an election season in which the administration, prominent party members, and media allies have campaigned on the indictment and proliferated its false allegations.”

In a once again quick response filed Monday night, Smith accused Trump’s legal team of proposing an order “designed to allow him to try this case in the media rather than in the courtroom,” ABC News noted.

“To facilitate the efficient production of discovery to the defense, the Government proposed a reasonable protective order consistent with current practice in this District,” the special counsel’s team wrote. “To safeguard witness privacy and the integrity of these proceedings, the Court should enter the Government’s proposed protective order.”

In contrast, the special counsel argued, Trump’s proposed protective order “would lead to the public dissemination of discovery material.” It seems Smith would like for his accusations to be public, but not for documents behind Trump’s responses to be publicized.

Late Monday night, Judge Chutkan responded to the filing by ordering the special counsel and Trump’s legal team to give her two proposed dates and times by Tuesday at 3 p.m. for a hearing on their dueling protective order motions, ABC stated.

The judge said she wants the hearing to take place before Friday and is not requiring Trump’s appearance.

Since the volleying of requests that started last week, Trump’s team has reiterated the appropriateness of the post, saying in a statement that the post was aimed at political interest groups. “The Truth post cited is the definition of political speech,” a Trump spokesperson said in a statement.

ABC noted that the proposed protective order submitted by Smith does not seek to bar Trump from commenting on the case in its entirety, but would restrict Trump and his attorneys from disclosing evidence such as materials returned from grand jury subpoenas and testimony from witnesses and other exhibits shown to the grand jury.

Smith’s order does not limit Trump from discussing materials that were already available to the public separate from the government’s investigation, but limits Trump from stating facts that he maintains should be transparent, and that of course might reflect badly on Smith.

In their filing on Monday, Trump’s attorneys accuse Smith’s team of asking Judge Tanya Chutkan to “assume the role of censor and impose content-based regulations on President Trump’s political speech that would forbid him from publicly discussing or disclosing all non-public documents produced by the government, including both purportedly sensitive materials, and non-sensitive, potentially exculpatory documents.”

Trump “does not contest the government’s claimed interest in restricting some of the documents it must produce” such as grand jury-related materials — but “the need to protect that information does not require a blanket gag order over all documents produced by the government,” the filing says.

The new hearing will set the tone and in fact the possible outcome of the indictment proceedings.

[Republic Brief]

Federal Judge Holds the Line Against DOJ Special Counsel Requests in Trump Classified Docs Case:

In a brief on Monday, delivering multiple blows to Special Counsel Jack Smith's efforts, the federal judge overseeing the classified documents case against former President Donald Trump, appeared to hold the line with the rule of law in denying the DOJ’s request. Judge Aileen Cannon of the Southern District of Florida is presiding over the case that stems from a Miami grand jury's June indictment of Trump.

Not only did she deny the Department of Justice's (DOJ) request for sealed filings, striking two from the record, but Cannon also requested additional information from prosecutors about the continued use of an out-of-state grand jury, to investigate the case. In her brief on Monday, Cannon wrote-

"The Special Counsel states in conclusory terms that the supplement should be sealed from public view ‘to comport with grand jury secrecy,’ but the motion for leave and the supplement plainly fail to satisfy the burden of establishing a sufficient legal or factual basis to warrant sealing the motion and supplement,"…she continued…”

"Among other topics as raised in the Motion, the response shall address the legal propriety of using an out-of-district grand jury proceeding to continue to investigate and/or to seek post-indictment hearings on matters pertinent to the instant indicted matter in this district,"

-Judge Aileen Cannon, Southern District of Florida,

Reportedly, her filing Monday, came in response to the special counsel's request for a hearing to examine defense attorney Stanley Woodward's potential conflicts of interest. Apparently, Woodward, who represents Waltine Nauta, a Trump aide who is listed as a co-defendant in the case, also represents three individuals who may be called to testify in the case. Evidently, the Special Council wants to preclude him from representation on the grounds of conflict of interest.

Charged with six counts that include conspiracy to obstruct justice, Nauta also has pled not guilty. A third defendant, Carlos De Oliveira, a property manager at Trump's residence at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is accused by the special counsel of working with Trump to hide security footage.

In her brief, Cannon gave counsel for Nauta until Aug. 17 to file a response to the motion for a hearing. She also gave prosecutors until Aug. 22 to file a brief in support of the hearing. This latest action in the case, comes about nine months before the scheduled trial date which she formerly set for May 20, 2024.

Facing 37 counts, Trump pleaded not guilty to the charges. He is accused of conspiracy to obstruct justice, willful retention of national defense information and making false statements.

This is all despite the fact that he, as a former President, is entitled by law, to take and retain documents of his choosing, and declassify said documents as he so deems. Moreover, Trump and his attorney’s had been working with authorities had been working with government authorities on an ongoing basis when his home was raided by the FBI.

In indicting Trump, Special Council Jack Smith said on June 9-

"Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice. And our nation’s commitment to the rule of law sets an example for the world,". "We have one set of laws in this country, and they apply to everyone. Applying those laws, collecting facts, that’s what determines the outcome of an investigation, nothing more, nothing less." …and…

"The prosecutors in my office are among the most talented and experienced in the Department of Justice,"… "They have investigated this case, hewing to the highest ethical standards. And they will continue to do so as this case proceeds."

-Special Council Jack Smith

It would seem that Cannon, a Trump nominee herself, is taking a stand up-front for the rule of law in setting the bar rightfully where it needs to be. If "Adherence to the rule of law is a bedrock principle of the Department of Justice.” as Smith says, then he won’t mind submitting himself to it either. It will be interesting to see exactly how he fairs under the rule as it is applied by Cannon. She seems to be setting the standard high right from the start. What a refreshing concept – a fair trial.[Patriot Digest

"The clearest way to show what the rule of law means to us in everyday life is to recall what has happened when there is no rule of law."…and…

"The world no longer has a choice between force and law; if civilization is to survive, it must choose the rule of law."

-Dwight D. Eisenhower

[Patriot Digest Media]

Just Hours After DC Indictment, Trump Crashes Wedding to Chants Of 'USA!':

Just hours after being indicted in a Washington, D.C., courthouse, videos circulating on social media purportedly show former President Donald Trump, crashing a wedding at his New Jersey golf club to chants of "USA!" Trump can be seen wearing what appears to be the same outfit he wore in the courthouse, minus the red tie. He walked down a staircase, to shake hands with members of a cheering and screaming crowd

Reportedly, after a chant of "USA!" broke out, Trump could be seen having a private conversation with the bride and groom, before addressing the crowd via microphone. Trump said before the video was cut short-

"I heard so much about this couple,"…adding…"The bride is totally beautiful."

-Former President Donald Trump

On social media, Trump was praised by conservatives over the interaction. Benny Johnson a conservative commentator tweeted -

"The Machine has now thrown all it can at the man,"… "Yet, Trump is full of life."

- Benny Johnson, Twitter

And conservative commentator, Graham Allen also tweeted-

"The man doesn’t stop" …”After being wrongfully acquitted today, President Trump crashed a wedding. The crowd went NUTS!!!!...“USA USA USA”!

-Graham Allen, Twitter

Still another conservative tweeted-

“What does Trump do after getting indicted for the millionth time? He brings joy to a wedding at his club.” …”The man, the myth, the legend.”…” This man has taken everything they could throw at him and continues his day with a smile.” …”Listen to the “USA, USA” roaring from the party crowd!”

-Larry D. Jones Jr., Twitter

Just hours earlier in the day, Trump pleaded “not guilty ” in federal court, to all four federal charges stemming from Special Counsel Jack Smith's investigation into 2020 election interference and the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021.

What a great way to demonstrate his level of confidence, in seeing these charges overcome. And, what a great demonstration of Trumps connection with the American people.

It was a clear demonstration of Trumps solid focus on those who are just beginning their new lives together, and not be-laboring his own woes. The gesture was very honoring of this couple and down to earth, especially after his earlier ordeal of the day.

Amazingly, still wearing a smile, he shared the day with others. The smiling bride and roaring crowd really said it all. Truly – “the man, the myth and the legend”.

“As long as we have faith in each other, and trust in God, then there is no goal, at all, beyond our reach. There is no dream too large, no task too great.”

-Donald Trump

[The Patriot Digest]

Newsom Realizes His Challenge to DeSantis Just Backfired

The campaign for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis welcomed the challenge from California Governor Gavin Newsom, and it seems to have frustrated Newsom’s staff.

By criticizing the now-republican presidential contender, Newsom has been trying to gain more national attention for months. He has also regularly challenged him to a debate.

In a June interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Newsom declared that he was “all in” for the debate, claiming he could keep going for up to three hours, and added that he required only “one day’s notice without any notes.”

During a Hannity interview this week, DeSantis agreed to the debate challenge. “Let’s do it, DeSantis remarked. Just let me know the time and location.”

Contrary to his assertion that he only requires “one day’s notice,” the proposal that Newsom gave to Fox News places the first day in which he is available for a debate three months in the future.

Both parties agreed on the following in their own proposals:

  • · Moderating is done by Hannity.

  • · There is a 90-minute discussion.

  • · No staff assistance.

  • · Equal time is allotted for each governor to speak.

  • · Interrupting one another is not permitted between governors.

  • · Two minutes are allotted for closing remarks.

What the governors can’t agree on:

  • · DeSantis suggests that instead of opening comments, each governor submit a two-minute video which would be played before the event.

  • · While DeSantis suggested dividing tickets equally, Newsom did not want an audience.

  • · Georgia is the only state that the two parties have in common and that they both offered for the event.

  • · DeSantis provided debate dates that were far sooner than those supplied by Newsom, but he also gave a late date that matched the more earlier date.

When they saw DeSantis’ request for a debate, Newsom’s crew, who appeared unprepared to handle a live audience, attacked him.

“What a joke,” a Newsom official told POLITICO. “Desantis’ counterproposal is rife with crutches to disguise his fear and incompetence – switching opening speeches with a promotional video, shortening the amount of time he has to be on stage, including cheat notes, and a cheering section, among others.”

“Ron should be capable of standing on his own two feet,” he continued. “Trump is kicking his a**, and it’s no surprise.”

The majority of Newsom’s team’s claims were untrue. DeSantis suggested keeping the debate’s duration the same and calling for the same two-minute closing speeches. DeSantis did not suggest allowing notes to be brought in, and both teams would be permitted to have fans attend with an equal number of tickets.

Author: Scott Dowdy [Liberty Planet Media]


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Is Justin Trudeau trolling us with Barbie photo Op?

Days after asking for privacy for his family following his separation from Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, Justin Trudeau posted a pink-clad photo of him and his son at a Barbie screening, with the captain that they are “Team Barbie.” Is this Trudeau letting his inner Barbie shine or an elaborate trolling to invite criticism from the right? True North’s Andrew Lawton weighs in on this, as well as the Conservatives’ new ad promoting Pierre Poilievre as a family man.

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I woke up this morning, and to my complete shock and dismay, I saw that Southern Baptist Convention president, Bart Barber, is slated to join a secular publication that’s hosting hundreds of speakers, 90+ percent of which are progressives, to speak on this issue of “the rise of Christian nationalism.” I couldn’t help but notice that one of the speakers he will be joining in this discussion is a woman named Anthea Butler. Here’s Barber’s tweet:

Who is Anthea Butler? Anthea Butler is a professor and chair of the University of Pennsylvania Department of Religious Studies. She is known for her far-left activism in support of abortion and LGBTQ rights. She has made ludicrous assertions, even blaming “White Evangelical Racism” for the end of Roe v. Wade and claiming that “White Evangelicalism” is trying to “destroy the lives of trans kids” and “LGBT persons.” She has also urged people to leave non-gay-affirming churches and said churches that adhere to a biblical sexual ethic are not following Jesus.

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