A little over a year ago, a black Minnesota motorist named Philando Castile was pulled over by a police officer named Jeronimo Yanez while driving with a broken taillight. You know what happened next: Castile, a lawful gun owner with a concealed carry license, politely informed Yanez he was carrying his firearm. Within moments, he was…
A Bikers for Trump rally turned into an anti-vaccine rally when a woman gave her testimony that ten days after getting the vaccine her son dropped dead.
According to Cynthia Elm, her autistic son, Wayne "dropped dead for no reason" on May 1, she sobbed talking to the audience. Ms. Elm said that after an autopsy there were no reasons that they could find that would have caused him to die so abruptly.
She explained that after speaking to rally organizer Chris Cox, she was convinced to tell the audience not to get the vaccine.
She came to the rally she said because she was waiting to eat at a nearby restaurant when she saw the rally she said her son would have loved. She lives in Summerville, South Carolina and asked the audience for funds to help with funeral expenses.
Last week, Fox News host Tucker Carlson listed over 3,000 people who died days following the vaccine. The CDC has followed up on each of those people to look at the reasons cited for their death or what autopsies show. The findings showed there's no "causal link to COVID-19 vaccines," a Reuters fact-check revealed.
See her speech below:
Woman at Bikers for Trump rally tells vaccine horror story www.youtube.com
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan (MD) discussed the GOP being taken over by those who will continue to perpetuate the "big lie" that former President Donald Trump won the 2020 election.
Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is expected to be shoved out of her leadership position in the House GOP this week because she refuses to agree to spread the lie the Trump and Republican Party are behind. It prompted Hogan to tell "Meet the Press" that such a litmus test is antithetical to the belief in GOP's freedoms.
"It bothers me you have to swear fealty to the dear leader or you get kicked out of the party," he said. "It's sort of a circular firing squad where we're just attacking members of our own party instead of focusing on solving problems."
Hogan then spoke to CNN's Jake Tapper, where he explained, "We're going to have a real battle for the soul of the Republican Party."
The same thing was said by Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), who agreed that it isn't "good" for the following future of the GOP and said the soul of the GOP should be the fight.
But when MSNBC host Yasmin Vossoughian brought it up on her show Sunday, she said that by her observation, it isn't about the GOP's soul, but their spine.
She cited Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who said that the GOP must be "unified," but "unified behind what?" she asked. "Unified behind the lie? Is that what Republicans are willing to stand for, that they're going to regain power based off of a lie and a man sitting in Florida, quite frankly, playing golf and staring at a wall not able to tweet out all of his grievances. Also, this polling from NBC News saying are you more of a Trump supporter or supporter of the GOP. You've got 44 percent supporting Trump and 50 percent supporting the GOP. That does not square with what the McCarthy's and the [Ron] Johnsons and the [Lindsey] Grahams are saying right now."
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not the soul -- it's the spine www.youtube.com
Former Attorney General Bill Barr nearly quit when Donald Trump sought to fire another FBI director in four years, reported BusinessInsider Sunday.
FBI directors are appointed for 10-year terms by the president but when Trump came into office, he asked then-FBI director James Comey for his "loyalty," according to Comey's account. When Comey refused to pledge allegiance to Trump, he was shoved out, and replaced by Christopher Wray. But Trump nearly shoved out Wray in spring 2020 -- just three years into his term.
"Ushered into the Roosevelt Room, Barr encountered Johnny McEntee, the former college quarterback who had become a top Trump aide," the story said. "McEntee introduced Barr to Bill Evanina, a top counterintelligence official in the administration who had previously worked at the FBI."
Barr asked what the point of the meeting was, but was then told that Evanina could be the replacement for Wray if Trump decided to fire him.
"Barr turned on his heels and left the room," said the report. "The episode, which has not been previously reported and was described to Insider by a person briefed on the matter, was seen in some corners of the Trump administration as the closest Wray came to getting fired."
The plot also involved firing Deputy FBI Director David Bowdich. That was when Barr threatened to resign, said the source briefed on the meetings.
Wray, a Trump nominee, is still heading up an FBI that is focusing on white supremacy, domestic terrorism and the attack on the U.S. Capitol by Trump's supporters.
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