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Jeffrey Lord

Zucker Ousting Emblematic of the Rot Inside CNN

Jeffery Lord joined Fox News’ Primetime show to discuss the upset at CNN, where Jeff Zucker abruptly resigned after it went public that he and a “subordinate” in the company who reported directly to him, were having an affair.

Laura Ingraham and Jeffrey discussed the “unethically politically correct monsters” at CNN, where Lord was once a commentator. They bring up how the network was started by Ted Turner who wanted to create a network because the media of the day, in the 1970s, was biased.

Turner was “moving CNN in the opposite direction and I obviously benefited from that,” said Lord. “I was a commentator. I was a Trump guy on CNN. Which, of course, led eventually to my dismissal.”

“They got a whole lot of problems over there, not the least of which is sort of sabotaging the image of the mainstream media as being impartial” added Lord.

The woman Zucker was having an affair with served as the director for former Governor Andrew Cuomo and helped to secure the “Cuomo on Cuomo” interview when former CNN host Chris Cuomo interviewed his brother, then Governor, Andrew Cuomo.

Trump Surprises Lord, Pennsylvania with Video: ‘We Will Make America Great Again’

Former President Donald Trump surprised Jeffrey Lord with a video to be played before he moderated two GOP debates in New Castle, Pennsylvania. The first debate was for GOP Senate candidates and the second was for GOP candidates for Governor.

Trump begins the video by saying “hello and thank you” to Lawrence county GOP chair Lynne Ryan and Jeffrey Lord. Trump calls Lord a “brave gentleman who fought for years on CNN.” He then thanks all the friends gathered for the debates in western Pennsylvania.

“We did very well there, we did very well in the state. We won the state. It’s something that I contest and will continue to contest. We were up by a massive amount at 10 o’clock in the evening and then all of a sudden, things closed, and then it reopened and voila look what happened. So we have to be a lot sharper the next time when it comes to counting the vote” said Trump.

“You look at what’s happened with Biden, they are destroying our nation and they’re destroying it before our very eyes” he adds. “We were energy independent and now we’re not…they’ve destroyed the energy business.”

“Look at the prices when I left; a gallon of gas was $1.87, and now it’s five dollars, six dollars in some parts of California, seven dollars. It’s a disgrace what they’ve done.”

“What’s happened to our country is so sad…we got the worst borders. We could have the best but they don’t want to do that, they don’t want to complete the wall, they want open borders” Trump says of Democrats’ border policies.

“We had a year ago, the strongest borders we’ve ever had and now we have the weakest and the worst…we have drugs pouring in at a record we’ve never seen before.”

“Let’s go to Afghanistan and that unbelievably incompetent withdrawal. And I was all for it, I was the one that brought it down to 2,500 great troops, and now we’re embarrassed all over the world the way we did it. They took out the military first; they gave up Bagram…which is an hour away from where China make their nuclear weapons. It would have been a nice thing to have.”

“Obviously the borders, “the way they’re pouring into our country, you can have a different country very soon. So I said this was going to happen, you knew it was going to happen, I never knew and nobody knew it could be this bad. They’ve taken over and they’re destroying our country.”

Trump finishes the video by saying he appreciates how much Pennsylvania is fighting so hard not only for the 2020 presidential theft and hoax, but also for just our country itself. “You’re great patriots, great Americans, we will make America great again. We have to start from a little different base, but it will happen, and it will happen fast…we have to be strong and remain patriotic. We will make America great again.”

Denver Police
Denver Police

Denver Police Union: Officers ‘Can Be Trusted’ To Make ‘Personal Decision’ On COVID Vaccine

A union representing Denver police officers released a statement saying officers “can be trusted with their own personal decisions” after Democrat Mayor Michael Hancock announced a public health order requiring all city employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September.

“As to the Mayor’s current health order, the Denver Police Protective Association respects and trusts our members with their own choices on how to maintain their health, the health of their families, and the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Denver in a profession that exposes them on a daily basis to violent criminals, as well as multiple contagious and infectious diseases prevalent in our community,” the statement said. “Health and safety has been and always will be a core value and personal commitment to every officer serving the community. Our members can be trusted with their personal decisions.”

“The city government will verify the vaccination status of its employees, including first-responders, said Mike Strott, a spokesperson for the Hancock administration. While the city does not yet have a comprehensive verification system set up, Strott said that the vaccination cards provided by medical professionals after both shots would be acceptable forms of proof,” Denverite reported. “It’s not clear how many Denver police officers are vaccinated. Department of Public Safety spokesperson Kelli Christensen said in an email the department has not been tracking vaccination figures for police, fire and sheriffs because up until his week, vaccinations were not required for them. Christensen said the department won’t have accurate numbers until staff submit proof of vaccination by September 30.”

Mandating COVID-19 vaccines has been particularly controversial because they were authorized under the Emergency Use Authorization and have not yet been fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

However, the Pfizer vaccine is expected to be fully approved by the FDA in September.  According to recent polls by the Kaiser Family Foundation, three out of 10 unvaccinated people said they would be more likely to get a fully approved vaccine.

Larry Elder
Larry Elder
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Larry Elder Campaign To Replace Newsom Raises $4.5 Million In 19 Days

Longtime conservative radio host Larry Elder has raised almost $4.5 million in the first 19 days of his campaign to replace Democrat California Governor Gavin Newsom in a special recall election on September 14.

“The fundraising numbers are tallied from July 12, 2021, the day Elder announced his candidacy, to July 31, 2021, the end of the latest reporting period,” Elder’s campaign said in a statement. “Some 46,000 donors contributed, making the average daily donation over $235,000, and the average donation $84.00. This reflects the overwhelming grassroots support for Elder, the commonsense candidate now leading in the recall polls.”

“The numbers announced by my campaign today solidify my candidacy to defeat Gavin Newsom in the upcoming recall election,” Elder said. “Californians have shown up and believe in our mission to recall Newsom and elect me in his place. Newsom can raise an unlimited amount of funds for this election; therefore, every single donation to my campaign counts, whether small or large.”

“In mere weeks, his total eclipsed what fellow Republicans had raised in months, and daily filings show Elder has pulled in another $440,000 in the first few days of August,” Politico reported.

Recent polls show Elder leading among the 40 candidates on the ballot to replace Newsom with 23% support, according to polls from Survey USA and Emerson Polling. At the same time, support for recalling Newsom has continued to gain traction with an increase of 40% in March to 43% in mid-July, and an equivalent increase to 46% two weeks later, according to polls from Emerson College and Nexstar Media’s “Inside California Politics.” Another Survey USA poll drew an even worse picture for Newsom, with support for his recall at 51%

Joe Biden
Joe Biden
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Biden Admin Resettling Thousands of Afghans in U.S. in Coming Weeks as Taliban Gains Ground

Just as COVID restrictions are being reinstated across the country due to concerns of the delta variant, the Biden administration is welcoming foreigners in with open arms. Multiple reports have arisen from the southern border proving that illegal immigrants who are positive for COVID-19 are being released around the country. As of Monday, the Biden administration also announced it will potentially allow thousands of Afghans to resettle in the U.S.

President Biden has been pulling U.S. troops from Afghanistan, raising concern that a lack of presence has emboldened the Taliban’s resurgence. USA Today reports the terror group has captured a significant amount of new territory in the past few weeks and has seized strategic border crossings with neighboring countries.

The result has been “a 47% increase in the number of civilians killed and wounded in violence across Afghanistan in the first six months of the year, compared to the same period last year, according to the United Nations.”  President Biden has pledged to have all American troops out of Afghanistan by August 31, ahead of the initial September 11 deadline. The Pentagon has said the U.S. withdrawal is over 90% completed.

Just last Friday, over 200 Afghans were brought to Fort Lee, Virginia to relocate in the U.S. They were part of an evacuation program Biden announced earlier this summer for Afghans who had served alongside U.S. troops as translators and in other jobs. The Afghans “had applied to come to the U.S. through the special visa program and were near the end of the vetting process” according to USA Today.

“Some 2,500 Afghans – roughly 700 visa applicants and members of their immediate families – are expected to be relocated in the coming weeks through that program” reports USA Today. “It’s not clear how many Afghans will be included in the new refugee designation, but the State Department said it will expand resettlement opportunities ‘to many thousands of Afghans and their immediate family members who may be at risk due to affiliation with US organizations.”

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