Mike Lindell to broadcast 3-day Thanksgiving 'marathon' as he prepares America for overturning election

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has announced a 3-day "marathon" broadcast to prepare the country for the 2020 presidential election to be overturned.

"This is absolutely the biggest cover-up for the biggest crime in history," Lindell told right-wing host Steve Bannon on Friday. "I cannot wait to drop this Supreme Court case the Tuesday at 9 a.m. before Thanksgiving and the whole world is going to be watching all this unfold over Thanksgiving."

Lindell predicted that up to 30 state attorneys general would join his lawsuit claiming that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.

"I really believe it will be 9-0 that they will at least look at it," he said of the court, "that they're going to take it down."

Lindell said that the "marathon" broadcast would begin the Wednesday before Thanksgiving on his FrankSpeech.com website.

"And you're going to be sitting around the table -- this is very important to our country and the world -- everyone can be sitting around the table and going, 'Hey, what do you think of that? You think the Supreme Court is going to accept it and protect our country like they're supposed to?'" the pillow executive opined.

Bannon pointed out that the election issue could lead to "fistfights" during Thanksgiving dinner.

"No, no, no!" Lindell objected. "Thirty-some percent of Democrats now believe this country was stole [sic] and through the machines. This is going to be a uniting! Not a dividing!"

Lindell's previous prediction that the Supreme Court would overturn the election in August never materialized.

Watch the video below from Real America's Voice.

Fox News host confronts Meghan McCain's whining: 'You're painting yourself as a victim'

Fox News host Howard Kurtz asked former View host Meghan Meghan to respond to criticism that she is painting herself as a "victim" after quitting the program.

During an interview on Fox News, Kurtz noted that McCain's former co-host, Joy Behar, had said on the air that McCain was not missed during her maternity leave.

"I felt like anytime Trump would do anything that people hate, they would just take their anger out on me," she explained. "Because I was just an avatar for conservatives and the Republican Party. And as he got more aggressive, it got more aggressive towards me."

To make matters worse, McCain said that she suffered "bad postpartum anxiety."

"I had really irrational fears about because I'm so controversial, because people have these really intense visceral reactions towards me that they were going to somehow channel their anger at hate towards my child," she recalled. "So I had fears that, like, she was going to be kidnapped. I wanted my husband to hire armed guards outside our house. Again, I was hormonal and diagnosed with -- I don't know what you call it -- a disorder."

"I would confide in you and a lot of friends at Fox that it was really rough," she told Kurtz. "I thought it was starting to impact me. I'm a serious person and I really worried that the avatar and the sort of caricature of who I was becoming was going to become reality at some point. And I was also sick of having everything that happened in my life being told through the lens leakers inside ABC."

Kurtz pushed back: "Some people out there are going to say, hey, it was a television show. You were paid lots of money to do it. It's a rough and tumble environment and are you painting yourself as a victim here?"

"Yeah, I've definitely heard that," McCain replied. "The thing I would say. I don't think anybody, no matter how much you're paid or what situation you're in should be bullied at work. And I think this is a much larger issue about toxicity at the workplace in America. I think it's a much larger issue about how women are treated when they come back from maternity leave."

"So I think it's a much larger problem," she added. "I get that I'm like the last person that anyone should feel sorry for. I don't think of myself [as] a victim. I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me."

Watch the video below from Fox News.

Fox News host reveals his company's vaccine mandate on-air: 'I know it's going to get me in trouble'

After battling Covid-19, Fox News host Neil Cavuto returned to the airwaves on Sunday, where he spoke in favor of vaccine mandates.

"I know it's going to get me in trouble," Cavuto told Fox News host Howard Kurtz. "I hear from a lot of people. I've gotten a lot of nasty emails. The same ones: you're a never-Trumper, you're this, we don't trust you, we don't believe a word you're saying. And that's just coming from my family."

"But having said that, I just want to stress here this is not really about me," he continued. "It's not about people's political positions on this. I get that. No one likes to be ordered to get a vaccine. But I can tell you right now, those who have been vaccinated are in a far better position right now to survive this and even handle cases where they come down with this. The numbers prove it."

Cavuto went on to recommend that other organizations adopt the type of vaccine mandate that is in place at Fox News.

"Maybe there's a call for a protocol much like the one that Fox has where you sort of share your vaccine status," he explained. "If you choose not to get vaccinated, you get regular testings so that you are not a threat to spread this to the workforce."

The Fox News host also addressed people who oppose vaccine mandates.

"I get that," he remarked. "I want to stress that I appreciate that. Look, I have a problem with people telling me what to do. Back in college, I had a problem with bouncers. That's a separate story."

"But for God's sake, think of the bigger picture here," Cavuto added. "Get outside yourself and think about those you work with, think about those around you. Think about just keeping them safe."

"Would it kill you to at least look at those all around you?" he pleaded. "I get where you're coming from on this idea of mandates but get a protocol down that satisfies this. So that we're all safe."

Cavuto concluded by insisting that he does not feel unlucky despite his health problems.

"It does make me a changed person," he said. "I don't look at things through a political spectrum. Down to all my shows. I have no time for that. Life is too short to be an ass. Life is way too short to be ignorant of the promise of something that is helping people worldwide. Stop the deaths. Stop the suffering. Please, get vaccinated. Please."

Watch the video below from Fox News.

Ron DeSantis seeks to hire cops who refuse to get vaccinated because it's 'scientific'

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has invited law enforcement officers around the country to come to Florida if they lose their jobs because they refuse to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.

During an interview on Fox News, DeSantis explained that he had "scientific" reasons for hiring unvaccinated police officers.

"On a scientific basis, most of those first responders have had Covid and have recovered," DeSantis claimed without evidence. "So they have strong protection and so I think that influences their decision on a lot of this that they have already had it and recovered."

"In Florida, not only are we going to want to protect the law enforcement and all the jobs," he continued, "we're actually actively working to recruit out-of-state law enforcement because we do have needs in our police and our sheriff's departments. So the next legislative session, I'm going to hopefully sign legislation that gives a $5000 bonus to any out-of-state law enforcement that relocates in Florida."

He added: "So NYPD, Minneapolis, Seattle -- if you're not being treated well, we'll treat you better here. You can fill important needs for us and we'll compensate you as a result."

Watch the video below from Fox News.

'Indoctrination and garbage': Fox News hosts rage out at university lecture on 'right-hand privilege'

Fox News hosts lashed out at the public education system on Sunday because a lecture at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill discussed "right-hand privilege."

A segment on the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends called out the lecture on inclusion after a photo was shared on Instagram. The photo highlighted some of the benefits of so-called right-handed privilege.

This appeared to outrage Fox News hosts Lawrence Jones, Rachel Campos-Duffy and Pete Hegseth.

"You're looking at the most privileged couch in America," Hegseth said, noting that the three hosts are right-handed. "You guys are so privileged, it's not even funny. You don't even know it."

"So you see that the solution to people believing that white people having more advantage is a reverse racism," Campos-Duffy opined. "So what should happen to those of us who are right-handed who have enjoyed for decades, you know, this kind of advantage over our left-handed minorities."

The hosts went on to argue that public schools should be defunded because of the lecture on right-handed privilege.

"Conservatives abandoned the college campuses for so long and they continue to reinforce sending their kids to these college campuses," Jones explained. "If you want this to change then you've got to support conservative universities or don't send them at all. Take that money, teach your child how to be a business owner and take that money that you were going to send them to school and invest into them."

"Stop sending them," Hegseth agreed.

"I will not fund those schools," Campos-Duffy insisted. "I will not give my hard-earned money for that kind of indoctrination and that kind of garbage and -- I'm not going to say the word but you know what it is."

Watch the video below from Fox News.

Jason Miller grovels after Trump launches competing social network: 'I'm still his number one wingman'

GETTR CEO Jason Miller, a former adviser to Donald Trump, fawned over the former president on Thursday despite competition from a new social media network.

Trump Media & Technology Group announced this week that it was launching TRUTH Social, a social media platform that is already expected to fail.

The new platform will compete directly with Miller's GETTR, which also targets conservative Trump fans. For his part, the former president has refused to join Miller's network.

During an appearance on Real America's Voice, Miller attempted to sound gracious about the competition.

"I wanted to come on the War Room today and talk about President Trump's big announcement," Miller told host Steve Bannon. "And I think it's important to say, look, this is good, we welcome the competition. We think really what the big takeaway here is that Facebook and Twitter are dying platforms."

The GETTR CEO said that Trump had declined to join GETTR after negotiations fell apart.

"Ultimately, we weren't able to get a deal done," he explained. "We did discuss it for several months. But it wasn't able to come together. He's obviously the master dealmaker. He wrote 'The Art of the Deal' and a number of other books on the very point."

"Now you know how the Chinese Communist Party felt when he was across the table negotiating the first trade deal," Bannon remarked.

"He's a very tough negotiator," Miller agreed. "There were a couple of moments during the last few months where I think I remember that from chapter 7 of 'Art of the Deal' and so I'm kind of living it in real-time."

"But I had a really good conversation with President Trump yesterday afternoon," the GETTR CEO revealed. "We spoke on the phone at length. We're still very strong allies. I'm still his number one wingman. We're just in a little bit of a competition right now on the social media side but it will be good to have his voice back out here."

Watch the video below from Real America's Voice.

'He's no longer a sitting president': Merrick Garland gets grilled about why he's not prosecuting Trump

Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday because the Department of Justice has not indicted former President Donald Trump.

At a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Cohen confronted Garland because former attorney Michael Cohen had been convicted of a felony for paying off an adult film star who had sex with the former president.

"Michael Cohen has a felony on his record and spent time in prison for paying at the direction of President Trump hush money to Stormy Daniels and another woman," Cohen explained. "I believe it's pretty well known that Trump was 'Individual 1' as described in the indictment."

"He couldn't be indicted because of Department of Justice policy, you don't indict a sitting president," the lawmaker continued. "He's no longer a sitting president. Do you believe that not looking into and indicting 'Individual 1' -- equally if not more guilty than Michael Cohen -- is not an abuse of equal protection under the law and an abrogation of the idea that the rule of law is principle."

Garland insisted that he could not directly answer the question.

"A very important element of the rule of law is the norm of the Justice Department that we don't comment on whether we're investigating, what the status of investigations are unless and until there's a public charge," the attorney general replied. "That's important to protect everyone, whether it be a former president, an existing president or a public official, or a private individual."

"I will accept that," Cohen told Garland. "But I hope that you will look at it because I believe he is equally if not more guilty, and it does seem that people get favored treatment if he is not prosecuted."

Watch the video below from Fox News.

Dem lawmaker shades Matt Gaetz at hearing: 'Somebody paying to have sex with a young girl'

Rep. Norma Torres (D-CA) used a hearing on Wednesday to allude to sex trafficking allegations against Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

The House Rules Committee called the hearing to discuss a criminal referral for Steve Bannon to be held in contempt of Congress after he refused to testify before the January 6 Committee.

Gaetz appeared as a witness at the hearing to defend Bannon.

Torres, a committee member, had no questions for Gaetz. Instead, she hinted at the allegations against him while underscoring the importance of investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

"It is unfortunate that we have to look at the moral character of how people deny and try to try and twist the truth around what happened. People died," Torres explained before hinting at the sex trafficking allegations.

"This is not about someone being sexually assaulted or somebody paying to have sex with a young girl or somebody not protecting people that are under their jurisdiction. This is about our democracy," she said.

Gaetz is reportedly being investigated for having a pay-for-sex relationship with a 17-year-old girl. The congressman has denied wrongdoing.

Watch the video below from the House Rules Committee.

Jim Jordan explodes with anger after Dem chairman challenges him to say 'election was not stolen'

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on Wednesday refused to say that the 2020 election was "not stolen" by President Joe Biden.

At a House Rules Committee hearing, Chairman James McGovern (D-MA) noted that Jordan had first refused to say "the election was not stolen" when he appeared before the committee earlier this year.

"Can you say those five words today?" McGovern asked Jordan.

"I'll give you the same answer," Jordan replied. "I never said it was. I said we should investigate it. I said on January 6th when the electoral votes were counted that Joe Biden is the president of the United States."

McGovern tried to speak but Jordan talked over him.

"The real question is why don't you guys want to investigate what happened?" Jordan ranted.

"You're still unwilling to say those five simple words," McGovern noted. "I think that's incredibly important. You know, pushing debunked conspiracy theories and adding fuel to the fire."

"I'm not pushing any conspiracy theories!" Jordan objected. "Your obsession with five words seems pretty ridiculous to me."

"I'm not trying to whitewash anything," the Ohio Republican later insisted. "Republicans have been consistent. We have condemned violence every stinking time it happened. We condemned it on January 6th. And 600 people are being prosecuted and held accountable for what they did wrong as well they should be."

Jordan went on to accuse Democrats of not condemning the violence that occurred in the aftermath of George Floyd's death in 2020.

"I am so sick of the double standard!" he exclaimed.

"I condemn violence where it may occur," McGovern pointed out. "You can yell and scream as much as you want."

"No, I'm not yelling and screaming," Jordan interrupted. "I'm reflecting where the American people are. They've had it with the double standard. You're allowed to object; we're not!"

"You can object," McGovern replied. "The issue is what transpired that day."

"We had nothing to do with that!" Jordan gasped.

"We'll see," McGovern replied. "But after all this time, still, you cannot say those five words that the election was not stolen."

Watch the video below from the House Rules Committee.

Marjorie Taylor Greene calls 'stupid' January 6 Committee a 'pathetic joke'

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Wednesday lashed out at the House select committee investigating Jan. 6 by calling it a "pathetic joke."

In a video posted by Greene, a reporter can be seen asking her about the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. But the lawmaker instead suggests that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) should be investigated.

Greene also blasted Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for participating in the investigation of Jan. 6.

"She's just jealous and she hates Trump," Greene stated, sounding irritated. "Who cares? Nobody cares about Liz Cheney. I mean, I think that's the biggest story."

"Nobody cares about Liz Cheney or their stupid committee," she muttered. "Honestly, it's a pathetic joke."

Watch the video below.

MMA-trained Texas paramedic suspended after video shows him kicking homeless man in the head

A Texas paramedic with a history of complaints against him is on administrative leave after he was seen on video kicking a homeless man in the head.

The Dallas Fire-Rescue Department released video this week from 2019 of paramedic Brad Cox telling police that he believed the homeless man had started a grass fire.

Video recorded on a police officer's body camera shows Cox telling the homeless man to get up before kicking him in the head. The video was obtained by WFAA.

In addition to being a paramedic, Cox is a trained MMA fighter who was wearing a fireman's boot at the time of the assault.

"Get up again," Cox told the homeless man after kicking him.

After the suspect rose to his feet, he was hit with an MMA-style punch by Cox.

Internal police documents showed that the homeless man was left with "a black eye to his right eye, bloody nose, multiple fractures to his face and a swollen right ankle."

Cox was cleared of any wrongdoing after an investigation by the Dallas Police Department.

The homeless man was identified as Kyle Vess. He is now suing Cox and the city of Dallas.

It's not the first time that complaints have been lodged against the paramedic.

Cox received 12 months probation in 2016 for "falsifying a report to cover up his failure to render aid" to a man who had been robbed. The man later died a day later due to a slow brain bleed caused by the attack.

Watch the video below from WFAA.

WATCH: Trump faces expletives from New Yorkers as he departs 4-hour deposition

Former President Donald Trump heard from angry New Yorkers on Tuesday after he returned to the city to take part in a deposition.

According to CNN, Trump testified for over four hours in a lawsuit brought by protesters who alleged that they were assaulted by his security guard in 2015.

Bloomberg caught the former president on video as he was leaving the deposition. Both cheers and expletives could be heard.

'F--k you!" multiple people shouted.


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Jen Psaki exposes Peter Doocy's fake outrage over police vaccinations by asking him one simple question

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki exposed Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy on Tuesday for not knowing that Covid-19 was the number one cause of death for police officers in 2020.

At a White House press briefing, Doocy suggested that law enforcement and members of the military were quitting en masse due to Covid-19 vaccine requirements.

"Where are tons of police and military walking off the job?" Psaki pushed back.

But Doocy could not back up his assertions.

"The L.A. County Sheriff says that 5-10% of their workforce could walk off the job," he explained. "I mean, is there any concern about that?"

Then Doocy interrupted as Psaki tried to answer.

"There are other problems in the world besides Covid-19!" he argued. "International terror, gang violence, murder, arson, drug dealing."

"What was the number one cause of death among police officers last year?" Psaki asked. "Do you know?"

The press secretary's question was met with silence from Doocy.

"Covid-19," Psaki said, answering her own question. "So that's something that we're working to address and police departments are working to address. If you look at Seattle as an example, which I know has been in some of the reporting, 92% of the police force is vaccinated, as are 93% of firefighters."

"My question is about safety though," Doocy pressed. "All of these other problems: terror, murder, robberies, kidnappings. Is there any concern that if police forces shrink or if the size of the ready military force shrinks that the United States or localities may not be equipped properly?"

"700,000 people have died of Covid," Psaki noted. "Again, it was the number one cause of death among police departments and police officers. It's something that we should take seriously. Departments are trying to save people in their departments, people who work for them. And we support that effort." WATCH:

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Steve Bannon rants about 'stolen' election just hours before Jan. 6 Committee votes on criminal referral

Conservative broadcaster Steve Bannon continued on Tuesday to promote lies about the 2020 presidential election despite reports that the January 6 Committee will vote to refer his case to the Justice Department.

Bannon, who served as an adviser to former President Donald Trump, has said that he will defy a subpoena from the January 6 Committee. The committee was expected to vote on a criminal referral for Bannon later on Tuesday.

Trump's former chief strategist devoted a significant portion of his Tuesday War Room broadcast on Real America's Voice to the idea that the 2020 election was "stolen" by President Joe Biden.

Bannon used one segment to beg Virginia Republicans to vote in the race for governor despite his claim that Democrats are cheating.

"It's actions that convince the deplorables their votes are going to count," he explained at one point.

The War Room host went on to speak to guests about auditing the 2020 vote in Arizona, Utah and Pennsylvania.

Bannon praised his guests for "preaching the gospel of 3 November."

Watch clips from Real America's Voice below.

Fox News host John Roberts gets on-air scolding after he uses Colin Powell's death to question vaccines

Fox News host John Roberts heard some criticism from one of the network's medical contributors on Monday after he said that Colin Powell's death "raised new concerns" about Covid-19 vaccinations.

Hours after Powell's death was announced by his family, Roberts angered Twitter commenters by using the tragedy to question the efficacy of vaccines.

"The fact that Colin Powell died from a breakthrough COVID infection raises new concerns about how effective vaccines are long-term," Roberts wrote before later deleting the tweet.

Fox News host Will Cain and network contributor Tomi Lahren also used the opportunity of Powell's death to rail against vaccine mandates.

Dr. Nicole Saphier directly addressed the controversy on Monday afternoon while appearing on screen with Roberts.

"It's very upsetting to see that people taking Colin Powell's death and using it as 'the vaccine didn't work,'" she told Roberts. "This is a very specific situation. And to use someone's death to try and make a point that really doesn't carry a lot of weight to it is very frustrating."

Saphier and other doctors have pointed out that Powell had a compromised immune system due to his treatment for multiple myeloma.

Watch the video below from Fox News.

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