Statement Released On Trump’s Future As Speaker

For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump had left the door on becom­ing speak­er of the House open, but his spokesman shut that sce­nario down.

Jason Miller, the for­mer president’s out­go­ing spokesman, said Trump “has zero desire to be speak­er.” Pri­or to Miller’s push­back, the for­mer com­man­der in chief called the pos­si­bil­i­ty of becom­ing the next speak­er, should Repub­li­cans take back the major­i­ty in 2022, “so interesting.”

You nev­er know with Trump what he has on his mind or what his next deci­sion may be, but for right now this is the offi­cial stance giv­en by his spokesman.

JUST IN: Trump Vindicated!

A fed­er­al judge has dis­missed the bulk of a series of law­suits against the fed­er­al gov­ern­ment over the use of force to dri­ve Black Lives Mat­ter pro­test­ers out of Lafayette Park last year, but will allow pro­test­ers to con­tin­ue to seek dam­ages from Wash­ing­ton, D.C., and Arling­ton Coun­ty, Va., over the actions of their police forces.

U.S. Dis­trict Court Judge Dab­ney Friedrich reject­ed demon­stra­tors’ claims for dam­ages against for­mer offi­cials such as Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, Attor­ney Gen­er­al William Barr and Defense Sec­re­tary Mark Esper, as well as some cur­rent fed­er­al officials.

Twitter Erupts At The Most Cringe Worthy Picture Of Fauci

The New York­er has tak­en glo­ri­fy­ing Dr. Antho­ny Fau­ci to a whole new lev­el with a polit­i­cal car­toon that is rais­ing eye­brows on social media.

Fau­ci emerged as a nation­al fig­ure with the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic while serv­ing in the Trump admin­is­tra­tion, and he was lion­ized by the media for what his fans say was his sober leadership.

While he’s long had his crit­ics, news orga­ni­za­tions are cir­cling the wag­ons for the now-top Biden White House advis­er after recent­ly pub­li­cized emails from the ear­ly months of the pan­dem­ic. The mes­sages showed he was warned the virus could have been the result of gain-of-func­tion research that leaked from a Wuhan lab, although his pub­lic remarks pushed the notion the virus devel­oped nat­u­ral­ly, and he pri­vate­ly expressed skep­ti­cism toward the effec­tive­ness of wear­ing masks.

Regard­less of his recent con­tro­ver­sies, The New York­er offered a visu­al pre­sen­ta­tion of its def­er­ence for the med­ical bureau­crat that did­n’t sell with critics.

“America’s life­guard, illus­trat­ed by Bar­ry Blitt,” the mag­a­zine tweet­ed on Monday.

“He let Chi­na p— in the pool and made us swim in it. Nice life­guard,” polit­i­cal com­men­ta­tor Bryan Dean Wright wrote.

“This would be nau­se­at­ing even if Fau­ci weren’t a g—–n liar,” colum­nist Jim Treach­er tweeted.

This ver­sion is per­haps a bit more accurate:

AZ Audit Liaison Has Shocking News On Latest Find

Ken Ben­nett, Sen­ate liai­son to the Mari­co­pa Coun­ty, Ari­zona, elec­tion audit, stat­ed on Fri­day there are more than 33,000 bal­lots from November’s elec­tion where vot­ers made no selec­tion for pres­i­dent, or at least no votes that were detect­ed by the vot­ing machines.

“There were over 33,000 under­votes,” Ben­nett told The West­ern Jour­nal. “There may be, you know, a cer­tain num­ber of peo­ple that didn’t want to vote for [Demo­c­rat Joe] Biden or [Repub­li­can Don­ald] Trump or [Lib­er­tar­i­an Jo] Jor­gensen or any­one else, so they may, in fact, be undervotes.”

“But if some­one cir­cled their oval or made a check next to it or did some­thing oth­er than get pix­els of black­ness inside the oval, almost one per­cent of the 3.4 mil­lion peo­ple that vot­ed in Ari­zona, the machines did not record any vote for pres­i­dent,” he added.

Trump Advisor Drops Bomb About Being Reinstated as President


Boris Epshteyn said that no one can state for cer­tain that it would be uncon­sti­tu­tion­al for for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump to be rein­stat­ed to the pres­i­den­cy since the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion does not pro­hib­it rein­state­ment and the issue has nev­er been ruled upon.

Dur­ing an inter­view with Dr. Gina Loudon on Real Amer­i­ca’s Voice, Epshteyn, a for­mer Trump 2020 strate­gic advi­sor, pre­dict­ed that the mat­ter will land in the nation’s high court.

Epshteyn said that “the inter­play of the 10th Amend­ment” to the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion, the 12th Amend­ment and Arti­cle II, “would sug­gest that states do have a right to decer­ti­fy. And from then, it’s an open ques­tion what hap­pens next.”

He said that after infor­ma­tion becomes avail­able from state audits, “decer­ti­fi­ca­tion should hap­pen because that’s the cor­rect step from the states. And from then on in terms of decid­ing what to do about the fed­er­al elec­tion, well, there’s gonna be an open ques­tion,” he not­ed, remark­ing that he believes that the mat­ter will go before the Supreme Court.


HUGE! Trump Just Announced Who’s Next On His Hit List…

News­max host Rob Schmitt spent time on Sat­ur­day with Pres­i­dent Trump at his pri­vate golf club in Westch­ester, New York.

Rob Schmitt: He talks just like a reg­u­lar guy. Loves to tell dirty jokes and cuss and do all the things guys do. He’s warm and per­son­able, very engag­ing. Not a politi­cian, that’s his best qual­i­ty. And he says he’s going after Mitch McConnell. And any­body who sup­ports him, he’s think­ing about not sup­port­ing them!

‘Trump Won By Over 1 Million Votes In Pennsylvania’

For­mer NYPD Com­mis­sion­er Bernie Kerik explained on Steve Ban­non’s War Room Mon­day morn­ing that, based on his analy­sis, he believes Don­ald Trump won by 1 mil­lion votes in Penn­syl­va­nia and they squashed it. He added that a  foren­sic audit there is going to be the most sub­stan­tial of any in the country.

Kerik backs up his state­ments in the fol­low­ing clip from the show:

Fauci Caught in Massive New Scandal… Was Offered Money For it all…

Dr. Antho­ny Fau­ci has revealed what Mark Zucker­berg offered him in redact­ed por­tions of his recent­ly released emails. The con­ver­sa­tion, he admit­ted, includ­ed offers of “resources and mon­ey” from the Face­book founder who recent­ly ploughed cash into inter­fer­ing in the 2020 election.

The Nation­al Insti­tute of Aller­gy and Infec­tious Dis­ease (NIAID) Direc­tor divulged fur­ther infor­ma­tion as pres­sure ramps up over his per­son­al emails, and the series of stun­ning­ly poor and hyp­o­crit­i­cal polit­i­cal deci­sions he appears to have tak­en over the course of the pandemic.


Bannon Unleashes Hell On Fauci

For­mer Trump Chief Strate­gist Steve Ban­non UNLOADED on mega­lo­ma­ni­ac Dr. Tony Fau­ci Mon­day on The War Room.

Steve Ban­non ripped into Fau­ci for his patho­log­i­cal lying and mur­der­ous policies.

Steve Ban­non: Fau­ci, when you lawyer up, just remem­ber one thing, we’re going to get all the records… You’re a patho­log­i­cal liar… It’s not spinnable broth­er, you’re not spinnable! This is sci­ence-based. We got the data. You’re sci­ence-tism. We’re sci­ence. Data-based, evi­dence-based and sci­ence-based… And, Fau­ci you’re a run­ning dog for the CCP!

SCOTUS Makes Unanimous Decision…

The Supreme Court has made a deci­sion that is going to have far-reach­ing effects on col­lege sports and could change it forever.

Sid­ing with stu­dent-ath­letes, the U.S. Supreme Court on Mon­day ruled against the Nation­al Col­le­giate Ath­let­ic Asso­ci­a­tion (NCAA) in the organization’s bid to main­tain lim­its on edu­ca­tion-relat­ed com­pen­sa­tion for them that crit­ics have said help main­tain the fic­tion of ama­teurism in col­lege sports.

The court ruled 9–0 that the NCAA’s curbs on non-cash pay­ments to col­lege ath­letes relat­ed to edu­ca­tion — includ­ing ben­e­fits such as com­put­ers, sci­ence equip­ment and musi­cal instru­ments — are anti­com­pet­i­tive under a fed­er­al law called the Sher­man Antitrust Act. The NCAA is the major gov­ern­ing body for U.S. inter­col­le­giate sports.

The deci­sion fur­ther weak­ens the NCAA’s efforts to defend its restric­tive exist­ing sys­tem regard­ing stu­dent com­pen­sa­tion, which is under fire on mul­ti­ple fronts. Although the case did not involve direct pay­ments to ath­letes, the wider issue of play­er com­pen­sa­tion — also includ­ing the abil­i­ty to prof­it off their name, image and like­ness — has increas­ing­ly become a point of con­tention. Col­lege sports bring in bil­lions of dol­lars in revenue.


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