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Archive for January 11th, 2021

Lt. General Thomas McInerney, White House, ‘Special Forces Have Pelosi’s Laptop, She’s Frantic’

This is a must watch video this man does not lie!

President Donald Trump is eager to defend himself against accusations laid out by Democrats!

Navarro: Trump ‘Itching to Defend Himself’ Against Impeachment

January 11, 2021 Updated: January 11, 2021
President Donald Trump is eager to defend himself against accusations laid out by Democrats in a fresh impeachment push, a top adviser said Monday.
“The president is just itching to defend himself on this issue and we have the receipts,” Peter Navarro, a staunch Trump ally who advises the president on trade issues, said on “War Room: Pandemic.”
“Bring it on, because we’ve got the receipts,” he added.
Democrats on Monday released a resolution charging Trump with “incitement of insurrection,” accusing Trump of inspiring the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Trump in a speech that day called for supporters to go to the Capitol, but stressed they should stay peaceful.
Democrats have been trying to pressure Vice President Mike Pence and the Cabinet to remove Trump via the 25th Amendment. A source told The Epoch Times that Pence doesn’t support invoking it, and Housing Secretary Ben Carson said Democrats should drop the matter, noting that few days remain until Trump’s term ends.
A House Republican on Monday blocked a resolution calling on Pence to invoke the amendment.
If Pence and a majority of the Cabinet don’t invoke the amendment, Democrats plan on proceeding with another impeachment, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told colleagues in a recent letter.
A host of Republican lawmakers have urged Democrats to think hard about the push, saying pursuing impeachment will further divide an already divided country.
“A presidential impeachment should not occur in the heat of the moment, but rather after great deliberation,” a group of House Republicans said in a letter on Saturday to President-elect Joe Biden. “We respectfully urge you to encourage Speaker Pelosi to set aside this partisan effort immediately.”
Democrats successfully impeached Trump last year but the Senate voted to acquit him. No president in U.S. history has been impeached and convicted.
Navarro said that the push to impeach Trump a second time “just opened a huge door.”
“They’re overplaying their hand. They always overplay their hand. This is going to bite them you know where,” he said.
Jack Phillips, Janita Kan, and Samuel Allegri contributed to this report.
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IT DOES WORK CONSERVATIVES, START MOVING AWAY FROM FOX NEWS, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, AMAZON ETC. IT HURTS THEM

Fox News Panics, Demotes MacCallum as Newsmax Rises

Fox News Panics, Demotes MacCallum as Newsmax Rises
Monday, 11 January 2021 01:22 PM

MacCallum’s “The Story” had long been the #1 cable news show in the 7 p.m. time slot, until Newsmax TV’s “Greg Kelly Reports” began a ratings surge in recent months.  With Kelly pulling an average of 800,000-plus viewers per minute each night, MacCallum had fallen to third place behind CNN and MSNBC.

In December “Greg Kelly Reports” beat MacCallum in a key demo, a news story broken by CNN.

Newsmax has consistently taken one-third to one-half of Fox’s audience in each day part, according to the Nielsen Coverage Rating. The Coverage Rating shows a network’s viewership proportionate to the homes that can tune in.  Last week the Nielsen Coverage Rating for 7 p.m. showed that in the crucial 35-64 demo, “Greg Kelly Reports” was pulling more than half of MacCallum’s “The Story” (.77 versus 1.53).

The Nielsen numbers tell only half the story. Newsmax streams free on most OTT platforms and Fox News does not.

Newsmax estimates the OTT viewership nearly doubles its Nielsen average viewership numbers.
Newsmax’s consistently strong numbers have caused Fox to make additional changes.
Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott Monday announced a full shift in its daytime lineup.

MacCallum will be moved to the 3 p.m. spot and replaced by new show “FOX News Primetime” with hosts to be announced. The changes will debut on Jan. 18.  Other changes include that Harris Faulkner will no longer host “Outnumbered Overtime” at 1 p.m., but will host a new show, “The Faulkner Focus,” at 11 a.m.

Chief White House Correspondent John Roberts is moving to the studio as co-anchor of a new two-hour program with Sandra Smith.

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“The very concept of a snap impeachment runs against the grain of the Constitution!

Turley Dismisses ‘Snap Impeachment’ Effort

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George Washington University Law School professor Jonathan Turley (Bonnie Cash-Pool/Getty Images)

By Theodore Bunker    |   Monday, 11 January 2021 11:46 AM

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley has dismissed Democrats’ efforts to target President Donald Trump with a “snap impeachment” following the riot at the Capitol last week.
“The very concept of a snap impeachment runs against the grain of the Constitution. This was supposed to be a deliberative, not an impulsive, process. It’s rather, you know, curious that you have House leadership saying they may just impeach and wait months. Why not do this the correct way? Why not hold an inquiry, have a hearing?” Turley said on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” on Monday.
“There are very serious implications about what is occurring. And the first of those issues is this snap impeachment idea. You are creating a pathway for this type of impulse by impeachment. This is what we are talking about here. There is a desire not to have that inquiry or hearing to look at the implications of what they are going to do. There are serious questions here that we need to discuss,” he added.
“They are suggesting impeaching a president over a speech that many of us called reckless. But it’s a type of vicarious impeachment in the sense that he doesn’t call for violence in his speech. He in fact tells his followers to be peaceful, he says the reason they should go to the Capitol is to support members who are challenging the election. And to encourage other members to join them.”
Turley concluded, “So the speech itself would not meet any definition, as a criminal matter, of incitement.”

Big Tech, Big Media, Pandemic – Welcome to the Endarkenment

Welcome to the Endarkenment



For the past few decades Western culture has gradually drifted toward totalitarian rule. This trend is now accelerating in an astonishing manner, as three factors, Big Tech, the legacy media and the Pandemic, are presenting an opportunity to restructure societies in such a way as to restrict free thought as well as the free movement of people.
This new Endarkenment is made possible through the stunning tech advances of the past two decades and is being heralded by Big Tech, which is in the act of seizing control of peoples’ freedom of speech, and soon to come, peoples’ freedom of thought. They will establish the tenor of what individuals are allowed to say and think, as they now have near absolute control over most forms of communications, giving them the power to control what individuals are allowed to see, read and hear.
It’s no accident that that the ‘five devils’ are actively censoring and quashing alternative on-line media.

Big tech is watching

When George Orwell wrote 1984 the prevalent message to the populace was that “Big Brother is watching.” As a result, any thought, action or behavior inconsistent with official orthodoxy would result in a conviction for “thought crime.”
As you are reading this Big Tech is watching to ensure no thought crimes take place. Take for example, Twitter boss Jack Dorsey’s decision to suspend the New York Post’s account over reporting that President-elect Joe Biden’s son is under investigation for tax fraud and possibly other, more sordid crimes. While indeed, the Hunter Biden story was legitimate, censoring its distribution across the Internet reeks of election tampering.
Dorsey has had an incalculable influence on the outcome of November’s election. The head of a private corporation should not have the power to censor free speech and ideas, even though the company is publicly traded, and purports to be a messaging platform. What good is a messaging platform that only messages orthodoxy?
Facebook isn’t any different in that it has refined its ability to limit distribution of words and ideas with which it disagrees through Soviet-style censorship. What’s more, it was recently revealed that the company is tracking the on-line behavior and activities of its users across multiple platforms, meaning what you post to Twitter or any other web site, Facebook’s algorithms duly record and save for prosperity.
But it doesn’t end there. The Tech Giants are also tracking our on-line behavior and using our usage habits to sell to advertisers, giving them an enormous advantage in the free market, despite anti-trust laws governing such behavior.
What’s more, Big Tech is now curating the Internet to control who and what has access and what the general populace is allowed to know. Recently, the alternative messaging platform, Parler, was banned from Google Play, the Apple App store and from Amazon Web Services for its failure to censor content, or as the folks at Google call it, “egregious content.” In reality Big Tech is feathering its nest by attempting to eliminate competition.
Parler’s Chief Policy Officer, Amy Pleikoff told Fox News “Do we want all of the content that is posted online, every single piece to be scanned for ‘objectionable content,’ as they call it, 24/7 and also removed without due process if it’s flagged by an algorithm because that seems to be the standard that Parler is being told that we must adhere to,” she said.
The media’s Big Lie
Equally guilty of attempts to control the narrative is the so-called legacy media. This includes pretty much every major cable TV news outlet across America, as well as most big-city newspapers such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chicago Sun-Times or any other large American city paper.
Think about the fact that for the past 5 years the legacy media’s reporting on Donald Trump has been 95% negative, despite his obvious success in dealing with economic and trade challenges, not to mention his most recent success with the Abraham Accords, which paves the way for peaceful coexistence between Israel and the Arab world.
It’s called lies of omission and is, to borrow a word from Google, “egregious.” While not everyone may find the President’s personality to their liking, he was duly elected and has enjoyed great success, as shown by the 75 million votes he received in November.
What the media “reports” is more often than not opinion or editorial. Real journalism appears to have gone by the wayside, as “reporters” often tell the public mistruths, distortions and lies by omission in order to make their point.
Fear Trump’s freedom
Rounding out this troika of connivance is the fact that we are in the midst of a pandemic, which is a crisis no government appears to be wasting. Lockdowns and conflicting regulations have the general population reeling as many are either scared witless, while others are watching their livelihood and their assets disappear.
It’s been pointed out repeatedly that the pandemic has a mortality rate of less than one 0.5%, the majority of those infected are asymptomatic and locking down entire states or provinces doesn’t work. But that isn’t the point. The point is to seize control.
If you can legislate/regulate people wearing masks, their ability to move freely and what they read, hear and see, then you own them. So now that we are all in the process of becoming slaves, welcome to the new endarkenment.
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Klaus Rohrich — Bio and Archives

Klaus Rohrich is senior columnist for Canada Free Press. Klaus also writes topical articles for numerous magazines. He has a regular column on RetirementHomes and is currently working on his first book dealing with the toxicity of liberalism.  His work has been featured on the Drudge Report, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, among others.  He lives and works in a small town outside of Toronto.

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