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If it really is the case that Latinos are becoming more conservative, it has everything to do with the Democrats going full insanity with their transgender & sex revolution, and it has very little to do with some long-term GOP strategy. >“The red wave is here,” Garcia told Breitbart News on Friday. “Now more than ever Hispanics feel a genuine sense of belonging with the GOP. We know Hispanics are conservative on education, on social issues. We’re pro-life and pro-gun. We want lower taxes, religious freedom, and school choice.”


Cucked out to some degree but the article itself is worth reading. >“We remain confident in the outcomes of Missouri elections,” Ashcroft said. “But it seems Dominion could have revealed this information regarding their equipment in a timelier manner. This type of situation, so close to an election, is the very reason my office has been aggressive in prioritizing election integrity legislation.”

>“First, I think [Durham] crystallized the central role played by the Hillary campaign and launching as a dirty trick the whole Russiagate collusion narrative and fanning the flames of it,” Barr explained. “And, second, I think he exposed really dreadful behavior by the supervisors in the FBI, the senior ranks of the FBI, who knowingly used this information to start an investigation of Trump and then duped their own agents by lying to them and refusing to tell them what the real source of that information was. And that was appalling.”





Bush: slips up and calls Ukraine Iraq
And it made just as much sense.

Currently, he is losing with 94% of the votes counted.


Rep. Elise Stefanik echoed racist theory allegedly espoused by Buffalo suspect - The Washington Post via Ghostarchive
>Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), the No. 3 House Republican, and other GOP lawmakers came under scrutiny Sunday for previously echoing the racist “great replacement” theory that apparently inspired an 18-year-old who allegedly killed 10 people while targeting Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo. >The baseless conspiracy theory claims that politicians are attempting to wipe out White Americans and their influence by replacing them with non-White immigrants. The theory was cited repeatedly by 18-year-old shooting suspect Payton Gendron in an online document that appeared to have outlined his intention to carry out his planned attack in Buffalo because of its significant population of Black people. [..] >The baseless conspiracy theory claims that politicians are attempting to wipe out White Americans and their influence by replacing them with non-White immigrants. The theory was cited repeatedly by 18-year-old shooting suspect Payton Gendron in an online document that appeared to have outlined his intention to carry out his planned attack in Buffalo because of its significant population of Black people. This based tweet is perhaps the rationale behind this position: >“Radical Democrats are planning their most aggressive move yet: a PERMANENT ELECTION INSURRECTION,” reads one of the ads, which shows a reflection of migrants in sunglasses Biden is wearing. “Their plan to grant amnesty to 11 MILLION illegal immigrants will overthrow our current electorate and create a permanent liberal majority in Washington.” >A Stefanik spokesman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly about her thinking, said the ads were pushed at the time when New York City was debating whether to allow roughly 1 million non-residents the chance to vote only in local elections. City council approved the measure in December, allowing those living in NYC for over 30 days with a work permit — not undocumented immigrants — to partake. >In a scathing editorial responding to the “despicable” ads, Stefanik’s hometown newspaper, the Times Union of Albany, wrote that the New York representative “isn’t so brazen as to use the slogans themselves; rather, she couches the hate in alarmist anti-immigrant rhetoric that’s become standard fare for the party of Donald Trump.” >In response, Stefanik said Republicans stand for “legal immigration while Democrats support amnesty for illegals.” >“To equate opposition to illegal immigration with Nazism and white supremacy is a desperate attempt to stoke outrage & avoid covering Joe Biden’s border crisis,” she wrote in a Facebook post.

>Mastriano, a state senator who made his name promoting former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election and whose campaign is infused with themes of Christian nationalism, appears on the brink of securing the Republican nomination for governor in one of the most critical of presidential swing states. >A Fox News survey released Tuesday found Mastriano leading his opponents with 29 percent support among Republican voters. Former U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, the previous front-runner, was a distant second at 17 percent, followed by former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain at 13 percent and businessman Dave White, a former Delaware County Council member, at 11 percent. They really love trying to assassinate conservatives but only succeed in describing why the guy is rightfully popular.

E-reader apps that became lifelines for students during the pandemic are now in the crossfire of a culture war raging over books in schools and public libraries. In several states, apps and the companies that run them have been targeted by conservative parents who have pushed schools and public libraries to shut down their digital programs, which let users download and read books on their smartphones, tablets and laptops. Some parents want the apps to be banned for their children or even for all students. And they’re getting results. **A school superintendent in a suburb of Nashville, Tennessee, pulled his system’s e-reader offline for a week last month, cutting access for 40,000 students, after a parent searched the Epic library available on her kindergartner’s laptop and found books supporting LGBTQ pride. ** In a rural county northwest of Austin, Texas, county officials cut off access to the OverDrive digital library, which residents had used for a decade to find books to read for pleasure, prompting a federal lawsuit against the county.


cross-posted from: https://wolfballs.com/post/17605 > Movie about the election being stolen.
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