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Should Donald Trump run in 2024?

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Posted By: Imright, 1/3/2022 10:24:14 AM

With the turn of the calendar to 2022, Republicans are not only looking to the 2022 midterm elections but to the prospect of Donald Trump running in 2024. Trump is hugely popular with the party’s base and that popularity freezes the plans of other possible candidates for the 2024 nomination. Trump’s hold on that nomination is brittle, however, because of his age. On election day in 2024 Donald Trump will be 78 years old. That is one year older than Ronald Reagan’s age when he left office in 1988.Looking at the 2024 contest from the other side of the race, there is no reason to expect that Joe Biden

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Reply 1 - Posted by: ZeldaFitzg 1/3/2022 10:33:48 AM (No. 1026826)
No. If we run Trump, we will lose. He has too much negative baggage.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: BarryNo 1/3/2022 10:35:29 AM (No. 1026828)
Interesting how so many Republicans don't want Donald Trump to run... Nothing against DeSantis, but i'd rather see a Trump /Desantis ticket followed by two Desantis terms.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Stencil 1/3/2022 10:39:48 AM (No. 1026833)
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Reply 4 - Posted by: singermom9 1/3/2022 10:40:36 AM (No. 1026834)
He loves this country so much and is willing to get in the way of the dems and their interests. THAT is why the dems and Rhinos do not want him. He must be a great threat to them for them to do so much to destroy him.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Stencil 1/3/2022 10:48:28 AM (No. 1026840)
BTW, I am not a Republican. I am a conservative libertarian.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: john56 1/3/2022 10:51:21 AM (No. 1026843)
Honestly, I wouldm't blame Pres Trump if he decided to say, aw, to heck with all of this. I'm gonna stay home, golf, see my friends, and play with my grandchildren and enjoy the years I have left on this celestial ball. If the good Lord above is okay with Pres Trump staying around for a few more years, and Pres Trump wants to do it, I'm in his corner.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: BarryNo 1/3/2022 10:54:48 AM (No. 1026844)
In case anyone is wondering, i dont trust ANYONE in government, anymore, including and maybe even especially the media. It's very easy to write columns that say what a constituency wants to hear, then use that acquired popularity as leverage to confuse or temporarily shift public perception of an issue. Trump has earned my trust. Down the road, age WILL catch up with him, as it does to us all. That's why you have someone like DeSantis as cleanup.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Come And Take It 1/3/2022 11:00:24 AM (No. 1026847)
This is completely pointless speculation at this point, though it does seem to expose a few RINOs here and there. Let's see if Trump even WANTS to run for three years from now - assuming we still have a country left after three more years of Comrade Potato Head (and his Boo).
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Starboard_side 1/3/2022 11:01:01 AM (No. 1026848)
I think he could win, but not sure he'd be able to do as much as he did previously. He should hold his cards, and keep people thinking he may run, similar to Hillary. It will enable people to keep pushing into the election issues this country has discovered. He can do more on the sidelines than in office again, IMO. After all, it would be a lame duck session since he'd only have 1 term to work on things. Get the election reforms enacted that will clean up the voter rolls, ensure strict chain of custody standards for drop-box collection, and cut-off registration 30 days prior to first early voting date. All others registered after that date will be provisional only. President Trump could then work on getting to the bottom of the multiple investigations the democrats pushed on him, which I believe will clear him, and turn public sentiment against democrats. In particular, Rep. bull Schiff.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: fysammy 1/3/2022 11:07:20 AM (No. 1026858)
Great Article, my sentiments exactly. Trump was a great President, but because of his glaring negatives there is not only pervasive hate among Dems, Liberals, Leftist, Media, RINOs, but there are many conservative Republicans that will stay home if Trump runs again. But, more importantly, Trump would instantly be a lame duck and Conservatives could face a competitive race four years later without a powerful incumbant. There are some great players ready to serve and create a chain of Conservative governance for years. "Trumpism" is an important and amazing movement, but for the sake of the Republic, let others carry it onward.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: brother ram 1/3/2022 11:09:08 AM (No. 1026862)
Not just yes - but HELL YES. Trump is the only one who has a proven track record - the rest are politicians like Cocaine Mitch who are happy to be in the minority while enjoying all the perks (Bob Dole included). As for negative baggage - that perception is a creation of the MSM - I would trade all the negative baggage for the current state of affairs. I don't think the Republic can take much more of this socialist assault on our form of government. Desantis would be a good VP - because it is going to take 12-20 years to undo this unholy mess we are in.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Gina 1/3/2022 11:13:55 AM (No. 1026868)
Trump should run and he'll have my vote and support. I don't see that he has any negative baggage that any other Republican would not have. The left will try to destroy anyone who runs on the Republican side. Trump is the only Republican I trust.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 1/3/2022 11:15:21 AM (No. 1026871)
Only if Trump owns not firing Fauci and admitting the "vaccine" that is useless was a big mistake. Trump needs to recognize that!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Strike3 1/3/2022 11:29:08 AM (No. 1026889)
He will run, he just loves to keep teasing the democrats. The only "baggage" he carries is a four-year record of superior leadership and accomplishments.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Strike3 1/3/2022 11:35:42 AM (No. 1026895)
Right now Biden could be beaten by a wet noodle but it's going to take much more than that to reverse the damage left by Brandon.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: MDConservative 1/3/2022 11:39:37 AM (No. 1026903)
Should FPDT decide to run, and should we win the GOP nomination, the GOPe will desert him, with some taking an active opposition role. Should he win (remember, the voting is fixed), there will be impeachment demands flying from every direction with plenty of loud "public support". And if he is considered a serious threat to run, this January 6th Commission will issue a damning "bi-partisan" report that will tie him up with legal issues, even a criminal indictment, long before he declares his candidacy. Don't look for the GOPe/UNIPARTY to bail him out. Mitch made that very clear. Napoleon will not be allowed to return from Elbe.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: law428 1/3/2022 11:42:48 AM (No. 1026911)
President Trump is still President and all will become clear in the near future. The so-called elections were fraudulently manipulated and all the negatives that have happened since to undermine our country, the deadly "jab," disregard for our Constitution, conspiring with foreign governments, etc., are treasonous acts worthy of capital punishment. By the way, have you been paying attention to Guantanamo Bay lately?
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Reply 18 - Posted by: RUReadyY3K 1/3/2022 11:46:31 AM (No. 1026917)
I'm with #11 - Hell Yes! He must run and reverse the Biden aberration, restore energy independence, appoint more judges, reform DOJ and FBI. .
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Reply 19 - Posted by: spacer 1/3/2022 11:48:50 AM (No. 1026924)
For crying out loud. Age, really? Baggage? None of this is concerning to Americans that know Donald Trump. If it is, you're the same type that were looking for anything to stick to candidate/ President Trump that would prove you were right all along. It does not matter who is the republican nominee is he/she will be put through the usual meat grinder with the same outcome Republican bad. Only person who has proven to weather the anal exam and come out a winner is Donald John Trump. To all you fair weather folks just come along for the WILL be President Donald John Trump 47.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: wilarrbie 1/3/2022 11:53:30 AM (No. 1026936)
He should run, for all the good policies he put in place that clearly need to be put back, for so many good reasons. However, he will lose, for all the wrong reasons. But we have long since left 'reason' behind, on a national scale. I hope he remains a thorn in Dem's sides, deflecting the initial arrows of scorn away from whoever else runs, long enough so they get some traction before the fake news-bombs fly.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 1/3/2022 11:57:16 AM (No. 1026943)
He should run, win, and train DeSantis in some of the finer points, pass the baton, then retire as our eminence grise.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Ribicon 1/3/2022 12:01:08 PM (No. 1026951)
Failing to do anything at all about the evildoers foreign and domestic who developed and profited from the "novel coronavirus," and now the unstinting praise of the vaccines that do not work, is a deal-breaker for me. Likewise in retrospect the failure to shut down various rogue federal departments, to have Hillary locked up, to secure our election systems as a matter of national security, to get us out of the UN, to audit and shut down the Federal Reserve, etc. As evidence, look how easy it was for Brandon to throw USA into complete chaos in a matter of months.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Boomerdeplorable 1/3/2022 12:05:34 PM (No. 1026961)
We need to focus on who counts the votes. I don't trust that any republicans can win if we haven't fixed why we lost in 2020. The democrats will find a way to steal the election again. I would love for Trump to run, but it will be lawsuits everyday and accusations on everything he tries to correct.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Lawsy0 1/3/2022 12:29:18 PM (No. 1026983)
How dare this ungrateful nation ask that of Donald Trump? His heart would bid him do it; his soul would not. He would garner at least as much grace and appreciation as did Nathan Hale from George Washington. But like Hale, Trump's nearest and dearest friends may stand ready to defeat him. America, unfortunately, still has many Red Coats in the DC area.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: HoundOfDoom 1/3/2022 12:30:27 PM (No. 1026987)
I'll vote for Trump if he's the nominee. But he has the self control of a 6 year old. His personnel selections were awful. He mishandled the Covid problem and cursed the country to suffer through the idiotic lockdowns. He was paralyzed throughout his presidency with an obvious lie that he couldn't deal with. His 'warp speed' vax is killing and disabling thousands, and he can't bring himself to say it was a mistake. We'll have to deal with the social and financial fallout from his mishandling for the rest of our lives. A blind man could see that his Jan 6 rally was tailor made for a false flag op. But nope, wouldn't call it off. What's it accomplished? We have Americans in a gulag because of his ego, and what's he doing for them? Nothing that I can see. Plus he cheated on Melania - one of the world's great beauties, and off the charts intelligent - with a whore. That is beyond bad judgement. The only reason Trump looks good is because other pols are so hideous. I wouldn't follow him across the street.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: jar 1/3/2022 12:32:48 PM (No. 1026989)
Age should not be the decisive factor. Trump is "young for his age," as is Bernie Sanders, while Biden is old for his age. Konrad Adenauer headed Germany when in his 80's. One size doesn't fit all.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Rama41 1/3/2022 12:34:55 PM (No. 1026993)
This is going to be an interesting week, focused on January 6th redux. We'll be reminded, first, who owns the message and who owns the press. Right now, it isn't us. Also, Trump's press conference will say a lot about his and our future. If his indiscipline again plays into the press's hands, or if he harps on 2020 instead of the future, we'll remain in serious trouble. As for the future, I hope he remains coy, but bows out in time for a good primary.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: anniebc 1/3/2022 12:57:16 PM (No. 1027026)
I'm here for it. I just have two things: 1. Stop it with the jab. Nobody will trust this garbage by 2024. 2. Bring in citizen advisors like me and others on the site; dump the professional class. Can you imagine the get back after having his second term stolen and all his advances for America rolled back by incompetent brandon and team?
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Reply 29 - Posted by: BarryNo 1/3/2022 1:00:42 PM (No. 1027030)
I've seen a lot of complaints about DJT's choices. You better understand that NO MAN is better than those who research for him. He is limited by their skill and their alliegences. Isn't it odd that all the drug companies came out with mRNA 'vaccines'? None of the data on their dangers were available till after he was out of office. The people that advised him were 'experieced policy wonks' - DC insiders, who after he was gone gloated how they worked for the Swamp. His entire Presidency was constantly interrupted by manufactured scandal which removed many of the good advisors from his orbit. We know his generals outright LIED about what they were doing in Syria and Afghanistan. Had he received his second term, they would have been court martialed. There's ony so much one man can do. And he did it bravely and enthusiastically!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: AltaD 1/3/2022 1:17:34 PM (No. 1027038)
I'd vote for him but I'd prefer someone younger, someone by the name DeSantis.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: BarryNo 1/3/2022 1:25:29 PM (No. 1027043)
DJT's solution would be in his third term, accept advisors only from outside DC. Retire anyone above the rank of Lt. Colonel, who does not pass muster of the men serving under them. Court martial the liars - even if they retired. Gut the FBI and CIA. Return intelligence gathering to the military. Turn the FBI into a resource for state and local police departments with NO on the ground involvement in law enforcement. Abolish the DEA, and ATF. More unAmerican criminals. Encourage the House and Senate to do their jobs. No Regulation should be passed without Congressional approval and oversite. Trim Regulatory agencies. That said, come down HARD on the social media giants and get some anti-trust action going. Give American Cororations a choice: If they do business in America, especially military contractors - its exclusive to the U.S. unless its been aroved by our military, before being sold to other countries. All technology must be reviewed and approved. As for things like the NBA or NFL... tax them if they do business with hostile foriegn powers like China. Tax them till they BLEED! Companies like Apple must NOT ACCEPT any technology from such hostile entities - either first hand or through transfer in the manufacture of products for the United States.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 1/3/2022 1:29:45 PM (No. 1027048)
It's entirely up to DJT to decide. If he is ready and able, then hell yes. Trump/DeSantis 2024 MAGA/KAG/KMAGA
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Reply 33 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 1/3/2022 1:37:40 PM (No. 1027053)
No! Fauci was given power by Trump! Bogus “vaccines” were gunned up during Trump’s “warp speed”! Lockdowns started under Trump!
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Reply 34 - Posted by: DVC 1/3/2022 1:53:39 PM (No. 1027066)
Yes, he's the best president of my lifetime. I'd vote for him again against anyone.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: MissMolly 1/3/2022 2:46:14 PM (No. 1027105)
Absolutely not. And I suspect Donald Trump realizes it.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: Foont 1/3/2022 2:59:23 PM (No. 1027112)
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Reply 37 - Posted by: Rich323 1/3/2022 3:03:06 PM (No. 1027114)
Lots of trolls popping up today. A vote for an establishment Bush’s, Romney McCain is a vote for continued communism (same as globalist control).
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Reply 38 - Posted by: lynngirl122 1/3/2022 3:11:43 PM (No. 1027115)
Jesus Christ Himself could run and it wouldn't make any difference. The election will be stolen again.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: Californian 1/3/2022 3:44:38 PM (No. 1027130)
Who says he has glaring negatives? The left wing Marxist media? Even after millions of stolen votes he still got more votes counted than anyone ever and we know his real count was much higher. My only concern would be his age, not the Marxist trash narrative about he's unelect. Why? Because CNN and Twitter's GenZ staff don't like him? His vote total went up dramatically between 16 and 20. Do not believe the lies. Only his age potentially stands in the way of a second term if he decides to run. Oh and Dominion and DNC ballot box stuffing, but that's the same for anyone now that the DNC has normalized election fraud.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: smcchk 1/3/2022 8:50:07 PM (No. 1027347)
President Trump was cheated out of his second term - no doubt - but we can’t run on the past. The 2020 election saga would be one big mudpit for the campaign and cause a loss. Nor should DeSantis be a VP candidate. He is the most powerful politician right now - why hitch his wagon to anyone else? DeSantis needs to run. Bless PDJT forever for showing us the way but please don’t run.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: dickiedeeb 1/3/2022 9:24:34 PM (No. 1027366)
No. Too old And there is no interest He abandoned his real base with his insane vax shilling Well maybe it will keep him out of prison and enhance his stock portfolio Ok fine now byebye
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Reply 42 - Posted by: YorkieMom 1/3/2022 9:35:27 PM (No. 1027367)
I believe every person who posts on Lucianne would vote for Trump if he gets the nomination again. For the people who want DeSantis to be his Vice President, then get a term or two, how often does that happen? Most voters want a change after seeing screw-ups in four years.. I’m afraid many people will consider Trump too old after seeing senile Brandon and will want someone younger. Also, we all know the media will be even worse if Trump runs again, and I’ve already heard too many people say they loved the things Trump did, but would rather see DeSantis get the nomination because he doesn’t make everything all about him.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: Geoman 1/3/2022 9:57:53 PM (No. 1027371)
It's not so much that I'm against him running as much as I'm against what the democrat press and local, state, and federal prosecutors would do to him. If he chooses not to run, they will probably leave him alone. There are many reasons for him not to run, not the least of which is his family's wellbeing, so I hope he decides to sit this one out and take on the elder statesman king-maker role.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: SALady 1/4/2022 1:59:08 AM (No. 1027475)
If he decides to run, he most definitely has my husband's and my vote!!! Period!!! He should be president right now. I have no doubt that he won, and nothing will ever change my mind on that!!! Since it was stolen from him, he deserves his second term. He earned it, and I am all for him getting it if he still wants it!!! If President Trump decides not to run, DeSantis has earned my vote. But only if Trump doesn't run. Otherwise, DeSantis needs to wait until 2028, and he will have our support 100%!!!!
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I live in the Fort Worth area and one of the places that I enjoy going for some great comfort food is the West Side Cafe. It has some great fluffy western omelettes and wonderful chicken fried steak. But truly, everything is good there. It was hard to get a better breakfast than one of their omelettes, their sausage, and their thick, but wonderful rye bread. They source very good products. But a couple of months ago, I ordered the rye bread and they said it was out — that it was a supply chain issue. It hasn’t come back. I thought, “Dang, Brandon even got my rye bread!”
Biden calls Capitol riot ‘coup’ in
Ga. speech, claims he was arrested in
civil rights protest
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Posted by Ribicon 1/11/2022 11:36:14 PM Post Reply
President Biden on Tuesday branded the Capitol riot a “coup” attempt and called on the Senate to scrap its usual 60-vote threshold to pass a pair of election reform bills—but his message was clouded by distracting gaffes. Biden’s sharpened attack on former President Donald Trump and his supporters was bracketed by Biden once again referring to Vice President Kamala Harris as “President Harris” and by his assertion that he was arrested multiple times while fighting for civil rights.(Snip)His 2007 autobiography “Promises to Keep” describes no such arrests. In 2020, Biden infamously claimed he “had the great honor of being arrested” in South Africa when he was
'You're distorting everything I say':
Furious Fauci tears into Rand Paul for
claiming he's 'using his $420,000' salary
to take down scientists that disagree
with him', attacking him 'without a shred
of evidence' and inspiring people to want
to KILL him
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Posted by Imright 1/11/2022 1:45:11 PM Post Reply
Dr. Anthony Fauci accused Republican Senator Rand Paul of personally attacking him for 'political gain, distorting 'everything' he says' and inspiring 'crazies' to want to kill him during another tense battle in a hearing on Tuesday.The White House chief medical adviser erupted at his nemesis for suggesting he was using his $420,000 salary, the highest in the federal government, to 'take down' scientists he disagrees with and for calling him 'lead architect' in the pandemic response that's led to 800,000 Americans dying under President Biden.Paul, who has called for Fauci to be fired and prosecuted, referenced emails published by Republican lawmakers on Tuesday
Insulation was supposed to save us money
- but it ruined our homes: Millions face
crippling repair costs after green upgrades
were botched
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Posted by Ribicon 1/11/2022 10:59:02 PM Post Reply
Getting Britain’s homes insulated is the cornerstone of the Government’s green energy policy and an obsession for road-blocking eco-protesters. But the scale of damp-related problems linked to cavity wall insulation is so serious that an MP is calling for an independent inquiry to improve protection for householders. One expert has estimated that up to two million homes may have problems as a result of insulation being pumped into the cavity between outside and inside walls. In some extreme cases, the resulting problems of damp and mould inside the house have rendered properties worthless and unsellable.(Snip)Fixing cavity wall insulation disasters can cost tens of thousands of pounds.
'I can't answer that': FBI executive assistant
director REFUSES to tell Ted Cruz if any
agents or confidential informants 'actively
participated' in Jan 6: Cruz demands more
information on 'plant' Ray Epps
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Posted by Imright 1/11/2022 9:10:40 PM Post Reply
An FBI agent refused to give answers on Tuesday as to who Ray Epps is and whether any agents or informants participated in any capacity in the January 6 Capitol riot. Senator Ted Cruz demanded to know the level of involvement, if any, the agency had in the deadly attack last year and wanted to know more about an ex-Marine accused of being an FBI plant sent to help incite the events last year.'How many FBI agents or confidential informants actively participated in the events of January 6th?' Cruz asked the FBI's Executive Assistant Director of the National Security Branch Jill Sanborn during a hearing on domestic violence
Deadly Bronx fire puts focus on space
heaters some see as ‘symbols of inequity’
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Posted by NorthernDog 1/11/2022 10:40:35 PM Post Reply
As investigators determine what led an electric space heater to spark the deadliest fire in New York City in more than three decades, tenants and tenant advocacy groups in similar housing fear the conditions are ripe for disaster to strike again. Some are drawing attention to systemic issues that go beyond a single piece of malfunctioning equipment. (Snip) The deadly fire that claimed the lives of 17 people in a high-rise tower in the Bronx is a grim reminder of how space heaters can be a "symbol of inequity," she said, representing dangerous housing conditions, poor infrastructure, and neglect in
New York City Sued for Giving Voting Rights
to Nearly 1M Foreign Nationals
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Posted by Dreadnought 1/11/2022 12:04:27 AM Post Reply
The New York State Republican Party, naturalized American citizens, and a Democrat city councilman have filed a lawsuit against New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) over a new policy that gives voting rights to nearly a million foreign nationals. As Breitbart News has chronicled, Democrats on the 51-member New York City Council approved a plan last month that allows more than 800,000 foreign nationals with green cards, visas, and work permits the opportunity to vote in citywide elections so long as they have resided in the city for at least 30 consecutive days. Adams approved the plan this week
FBI Refuses To Say How Many Informants
Were Involved In Jan. 6 Violence
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Posted by AltaD 1/11/2022 2:48:59 PM Post Reply
The FBI refused to answer questions about the agency’s possible provocative involvement with the Jan. 6 Capitol riots during a Tuesday hearing on Capitol Hill. “How many FBI agents or confidential informants actively participated in the events of Jan. 6?” Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz asked the Executive Assistant Director for the FBI’s National Security Branch Jill Sanborn. “I can’t go into the specifics of sources and methods,” Sanborn said.(Snip) “This was strange behavior, so strange that the crowd began chanting ‘Fed, fed, fed, fed, fed.’ … Ms. Sanborn, was Ray Epps a fed?” “I can’t answer that question,” Sanborn said.
U.S. to provide $308 million in humanitarian
aid to Afghanistan as Taliban gov’t falters
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Posted by Ribicon 1/11/2022 11:00:53 AM Post Reply
The White House said Tuesday it will provide $308 million in new humanitarian aid for Afghanistan, as the country teeters toward a full-scale humanitarian crisis and economic collapse under the Taliban. In addition, the U.S. will send 1 million additional COVID-19 tests to the country, which has been in a tailspin since the Taliban government took over following the U.S. military withdrawal in August. The new assistance will come from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and flow through independent humanitarian organizations, White House spokeswoman Emily Horne said in a statement. It will be used to provide shelter, health care services, winterization assistance, emergency food, aid, water,
The liberal justices’ lies reveal the
left’s addiction to virus fears
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Posted by Imright 1/11/2022 3:43:01 AM Post Reply
Democrats, Big Tech social-media companies and the mainstream liberal media have spent two years raging about the spread of coronavirus misinformation, pointing their fingers at conservatives resisting government efforts to curb the disease’s spread via lockdowns, mask requirements and vaccine mandates.But it turns out the source of some of the worst pandemic myths wasn’t right-wing podcasters booted from Twitter for the sin of disagreeing with Dr. Anthony Fauci.They came from liberal Supreme Court justices. On Friday, the high court heard oral arguments about the Biden administration’s push to impose vaccine mandates on private employers.
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