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January 6 Police Beating Victim Speaks: ‘I Could Have Died’. Julie Kelly — “The first of a two-part interview with Victoria White, a Trump supporter who was beaten by police inside the tunnel on the lower west terrace of the Capitol building on January 6.”

Two positive developments pertaining to January 6.  David Zukerman — “Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) has published a report on her visit to the D.C. jail, with Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Texas) on November 4.” … “The Meadows complaint alleges that the subpoenas issued against him, and Verizon, his cell phone carrier, are invalid because Pelosi violated the terms of House Resolution 503, which provided, among other things, that the minority members would be appointed in consultation with the minority leader.”

Another Lawsuit Holds The Key To Trump’s Best Defense Against The Jan. 6 Committee. Margot Cleveland — “Because House Speaker Nancy Pelosi failed to appoint the requisite number of members, the Jan. 6 committee is arguably invalid under its own authorizing resolution.” … “Once in focus, one can see there is a strong interest in preserving executive privilege, and none in pushing a partisan dog and donkey show trial.”

The Way Out. Larry P. Arnn — “Here are two questions pertinent to our times: (1) How would you reduce the greatest free republic in history to despotism in a short time? and (2) How would you stop that from happening? The answer to the first question has been provided in these last two disastrous years. The answer to the second has begun to emerge in recent months. Both are worthy of study.”

The Turn. Liel Leibovitz — “When I saw the left give up everything I believe in, I changed politically. You can, too.” … “If you’ve lived through it yourself, you know that The Turn doesn’t happen overnight, that it isn’t easily distilled into one dramatic breakdown moment, that it happens hazily and over time—first a twitch, then a few more, stretching into a gnawing discomfort and then, eventually, a sense of panic.”

Straight Shooters. Steve Sailer — “In “Mass Murder in America: Trends, Characteristics, Explanations, and Policy Response” in Homicide Studies, James Alan Fox and Jack Levin analyze all 448 mass murders from 2006 to 2020 and dispel some of the stereotypes that have clouded thinking upon these gruesome subjects.” … “Fox and Levin aren’t confident that gun control measures could do much to stop mass murder:”

5 Biggest Takeaways From The Latest Review Of Wisconsin’s Rigged 2020 Election. Kylee Zempel — “Wisconsin is a case study in the kind of ho-hum execution of elections that chips away at Americans’ confidence in our elections.”

What Black Lives Matter has to say about the Smollet case. neo — “I wonder how many people who say they support BLM are aware of the sort of position taken by one the organization’s LA founders.”

The ‘cabal’ that bragged of foisting Joe Biden on us must answer for his failed presidency. Glenn H. Reynolds — “Time calls this a “conspiracy to save the election,” but in truth it was a conspiracy to save the election for the Democrats. The consequences in terms of lost faith in democracy have been severe, but the worst effect is that the winning ticket was never seriously vetted by the media or the campaign process.”

The Left’s Coup Is the Overthrow of Truth. Laura Hollis — “See how this works? When Democrats game the system or cheat, it’s “saving democracy.” But when Republicans and conservatives vote in large numbers and pass laws to protect the integrity of the system, it’s a “coup.” – Propaganda this baldfaced would be laughable were it not so dangerous.”

Jussie Smollett’s Race Hoax Joins a List of HUNDREDS of Other Fake ‘Hate Crimes.’ Here Are Just 8… Victoria Taft — “There are so many fake hate crimes that several databases have been launched to keep track of them.” … “the thing you realize very quickly is that fake hate crimes occur in the wokest of woke places, such as high schools and colleges. It makes you wonder if maybe we should simply shut down the hate factories to stop the children from being scandalized by crimes they never even imagined before until someone made them up.”


Stunning: Facebook court filing admits ‘fact checks’ are just a matter of opinion. Thomas Lifson — “Meta’s attorneys assert that the “fact check” was an “opinion,” not an actual check of facts and declaration of facts.  Under libel law, opinions are protected from liability for libel.” … “So-called “fact-checking” is a fraud used to cover up the censorship of opinions that differ from those of the powerful Silicon Valley oligarchy.”


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