Who will be President Trump’s VP Choice?
President Trump has not announced who will serve as his running mate in the 2024 presidential election. He has ruled out former running mate Mike Pence and potential challenger Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and according to an article on the 1945 website, three women are on Trump’s shortlist;
Kari Lake @KariLake
Marjorie Taylor Green
Governor Kristi Noem
Tell me what you think. Or add a name that isn’t listed….
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Illegals from all over the world are flowing over the border; Reporter and TV host from Real America’s Voice Ben Bergquam has been at the U.S.-Mexico border reporting on the illegal immigrants that are flooding into the United States from countries all over the world and the alarming lack of border security. In a recent video posted to social media dated May 15, 2023, by Bergquam, he shows a large group of illegal immigrants walking along the U.S. side of the border wall in Yuma, Arizona.
“The definition of ‘death of a nation!’” Bergquam wrote on Twitter. “Just now in Yuma, Arizona. Behind the wall about a mile down, almost to where the cartel is sending them across. I guess this is what Secretary Mayorkas and Biden think Security looks like!”
In the video, Bergquam walks toward the illegal immigrants who have just been sent across the border by the cartel and asks them where they are from…the responses include Mauritania, Senegal, Brazil, Ecuador, Egypt, Ghana, and India. In an astonishing follow-up video from the same night, Bergquam exposed the border patrol for letting a massive group of immigrants into the country instead of turning them away like they are supposed to be doing.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas lied saying Sunday that the number of migrants trying to cross into the United States from Mexico since border entry rules were changed late last week has dropped nearly in half.
Bergquam also posted an image of all the IDs and passports he collected at the border that had been left behind by illegal immigrants.
Republican Representative Michael McCaul, chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said “I do think there are caravans [of migrants] going up. I think they still want to get in.” McCaul added that in the last two and a half years, “We’ve had 5 million people enter this country illegally, 5.1 [million] get-a-ways. It’s unsustainable.”
THEN DO SOMETHING BEFORE WE CAN’T SUSTAIN ANY LONGER!
Soros should be ousted; Not only did the Durham report come out this past Monday, with mixed reviews, but an Asian man with prior convictions assaulted several staff members of Congressman Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) and several white women with an aluminum bat. Once again, a George Soros-funded prosecutor, Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Steve Descano (D-Va.), dropped the charges.
Xuan Kha Tran Pham, 49, had previously attacked two police officers in January of 2022, stealing one of the officer’s stun guns before being arrested. Despite facing charges including resisting arrest and assault on law enforcement, the charges against Pham disappeared. Descano, who has made similar soft-on-crime decisions, was elected in 2020 heavily funded by the far-left Justice and Public Safety PAC, bankrolled by George Soros.
The tale of two whistleblowers; According to Just the News, two different whistleblowers from separate law enforcement agencies in different high-profile criminal cases have been retaliated against for blowing the whistle on wrongdoings. This is in direct violation of the protection Congress promised and evidence that our governmental agencies have wielded unchecked power for far too long at the taxpayer’s expense.
Within a day, a decorated FBI intelligence analyst and a decorated supervisory IRS agent have given detailed accounts alleging they have endured retaliation and reprisal for alerting Congress. Why is this a big deal? Because these agencies can’t be held accountable if whistle-blowers are deterred from speaking out and can also rise to the level of an illegal violation of statutory protections for whistleblowers.
Trump vs DeSantis…Whose endorsement is more powerful right now? For some, the Kentucky gubernatorial primary race winner was a test to see whose endorsement would have the strongest effect on the outcome of the election. Just prior to the GOP gubernatorial primary election, Gov. DeSantis announced that he would be endorsing Kelly Craft, who is from a wealthy Republican family and President Trump’s former U.N. Ambassador. One of Craft’s opponents in the race was Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who was backed by President Trump early on in the race.
Although Craft served as Trump’s ambassador to Canada and his U.N. ambassador, (probably due to her family’s huge donation to Trump in 2016), Trump did not switch his endorsement after she joined the race.
On Tuesday, Trump’s candidate, Daniel Cameron, won the election and will face off against Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear in Kentucky’s November general election.
Poor Kelly….money can’t buy everything.
Bud Light boycott is still in full swing; Bud Light and its sister brewskies continue to lose sales. Citi analyst Simon Hale examined the latest US Nielsen data through May 6: Bud Light volume declines accelerated to -27.4% compared with -26.6% in the week ended April 29, while sales worsened to down 23.9% from down 23%, he writes
“Moreover, there continues to be contagion to the wider ABInBev brand portfolio, with Budweiser, Busch and Michelob all weak,” while competitors like Coors Light “continue to see share gains accelerate,” Hale says. The latest data show little sign that consumers are moving on from the Bud Light controversy.
No more chocolate milk? Remember when you could wash down your tasty peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a cold carton of chocolate milk in the cafeteria? Well, the Biden Administration plans to put a stop to that beloved taste of nostalgia. The Wall Street Journal reports the U.S. Department of Agriculture is weighing a ban on all flavored milk for elementary and middle school students.
The department says chocolate milk can contain as much added sugar as soda, so they would limit chocolate milk to only high schools and/or the milk would have a new limit on sugar levels. I agree with lowering sugar in all beverages, but this seems like a choice for parents, not the government.
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“The FBI and the Department of Justice were weaponized, and Trump was specifically targeted… It was an operation from beginning to end to fuse political opposition research from the DNC and the Clinton campaign with this intelligence process and criminal process, and it’s a sad day in America because if that had been a Republican operation to help a Republican candidate, this wouldn’t have ended with a report. It would have ended with real significant indictments.”
–Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL)
1) IRS Flags Over 1 Million Tax Returns for Review Citing Possible Identity Theft
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has flagged over 1 million 2022 tax returns for additional review over potential identity fraud, according to a recent report. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration’s interim results of the 2023 filing season, which they released on May 10, cited 1.1 million identified as of March 2 that warranted a closer look.
The IRS stated that thus far, they have confirmed that 12,617 of the tax returns were fraudulent, and they prevented the distribution of refunds totaling $105.3 million. READ MORE
2) Federal Judge Expands Block on Biden Policy to Fast-Track Release of Illegal Immigrants
A federal judge on Tuesday ordered a preliminary injunction on the Biden administration’s “parole with conditions” policy that would allow federal authorities to release illegal immigrants into the country without a court date. Judge T. Kent Wetherell, who placed a temporary restraining order (TRO) on the policy last week, on Tuesday found that Florida would suffer “irreparable harm” without the injunction.
3) ‘Loudoun Love Warriors’ Facebook Group Threatened Violence against Parents Who Spoke at School-Board Meetings: Report
Members of a Loudoun County Facebook group, which included staffers from several local governmental offices, doxxed and threatened violence and retaliation against several concerned parents who spoke out at school-board meetings, according to documents obtained by the local ABC affiliate.
The group targeted at least three Loudoun County residents who have spoken during public comment periods at school-board meetings over the past two years to push for parental rights in education, academic rigor, special education improvements and school safety. READ MORE
4) Supreme Court Allows Illinois Assault Weapons Ban To Stand
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to block a Democratic-backed ban on assault-style rifles and large capacity magazines enacted in Illinois after a deadly mass shooting in Chicago’s Highland Park suburb in 2022, handing a setback to gun rights advocates. READ MORE
5) First trial day of Lake’s AZ election challenge focuses on limited time for ballot signature review
the first day of a three-day trial for Arizona 2022 GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake’s election challenge began on Wednesday, focusing on alleged violations of Maricopa County’s signature-verification process. Lake attorney Kurt Olsen said in his opening argument that checking ballot signatures is “one of most important security” features that is “critical to mail-in voting.”
6) Kentucky Republicans Tap Daniel Cameron to Take Down Dem Governor Andy Beshear
Kentucky Republicans selected state attorney general Daniel Cameron as their gubernatorial challenger to incumbent Democrat Andy Beshear, who faces a difficult reelection bid in a state that overwhelmingly backed former president Donald Trump in 2020. Cameron, a longtime ally of Kentucky senator Mitch McConnell who was endorsed by Trump, led all Republicans with 46 percent of the vote when the Associated Press called the gubernatorial primary Tuesday evening. READ MORE
7) Daniel Penny Deserves A Medal, Not Jail Time
Who can forget then-President Barack Obama’s plaintive love letter about Trayvon Martin, a teenage burglar killed during a struggle with neighborhood vigilante George Zimmerman in 2012? Obama said: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”
Well, 24-year-old Daniel Penny looks like he could be my future son-in-law.
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On January 17, 1961, outgoing President and former Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower gave one of the most consequential speeches in American history. Eisenhower for eight years had been a popular president, whose appeal drew upon a reputation as a person of great personal fortitude, who’d guided the United States to victory in an existential fight for survival in World War II. Nonetheless, as he prepared to vacate the Oval Office for handsome young John F. Kennedy, he warned the country it was now at the mercy of a power even he could not overcome.
Until World War II, America had no permanent arms manufacturing industry. Now it did, and this new sector, Eisenhower said, was building up around itself a cultural, financial, and political support system accruing enormous power. This “conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience,” he said, adding:
In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.
We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes… Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.