I thought I was supposed to be heard – not these days

Mike Flynn’s Higher Loyalty. Daryl McCann – “For President Obama, the rise and rise of the billionaire property developer and reality television star Donald Trump constituted a danger to American democracy and a retreat from his peace-for-the-world doctrine.”

“The details of all this are important. They show that no citizen can be assured of fairness when interrogated by the FBI due to its last-century method of reconstructing an interview. Citizens have to assume, for their own protection, that they cannot be guaranteed justice when they speak with the FBI because their guilt or otherwise is not dependent on what they say but on a report constructed by the two agents (or a third agent who did not attend the interview) after the event.

Do Burning Cities Mark Start Of Democrats’ ‘Civil War 2.0’? I & I Editorial Board – “Get that? Trump wasn’t elected; his is a “reign of terror.” The unhinged nature of the debate almost precludes Americans from coming together.”

“Only you can stop this insanity. It begins in the voting booth, but doesn’t end there. All Americans need to recapture an appreciation for the preciousness of their constitutional rights, and also the history that underpins our nation’s great success.

If not, they will deliver our nation into the hands of leftist ideologues who won’t hesitate from cleaving this country in two. That would be bad for all of us.

“I Thought I Was Supposed To Be Heard”: Full Highlights From Barr ‘Hearing’. Tyler Durden – “Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) slammed Democrats on the Committee, saying “I don’t think we’ve ever had a hearing where the witness wasn’t allowed to respond to points made, questions asked, and attacks — attacks made.” … “Even Slate had to admit the Democrats blew it:” For more, neo cites a number of commentary columns on the hearings in Democrats vs. Barr.

HCQ censorship, cubed: Social media giants shut down doctors testifying from experience that hydroxychloroquine works. Monica Showalter – compare and contrast to Hydroxychloroquine is Dead and Buried. So, Let’s Dig it Up and Bury it Again by Josh Bloom. The American Council on Science and Health beclowns itself with hubris and intolerance for gross evidence. Absolute certitude with ridicule as shown in the title is not good science.

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