Richard Fowler: Americans are tired of Trump’s lies, incompetence, ignorance and failures

By Richard Fowler President Trump is trailing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the polls because millions of Americans are tired of Trump’s lies, incompetence, ignorance and dismal record of failure upon failure — particularly regarding his response to the coronavirus pandemic. …read more

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RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel: Republicans fighting Democratic attempts to steal election victory

By Ronna McDaniel Democrats have seized on the a global coronavirus pandemic to not just limit our freedom, but to transform Election Day from Nov. 3 into Nov. 3 through Nov. 20, or whenever Democrats dig up enough ballots to declare victory, whichever comes first. …read more

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Ex-Rep. Gabrielle Giffords: Elect Biden president — he has compassion, toughness and energy to unite us

By Gabrielle Giffords President Trump actively works to further divide us and inflame tensions. That’s not how former Vice President Biden looks at the world, and it’s certainly not how he treats people. …read more

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Reelect President Trump — he’s delivered on his promises

By Jim Jordan As president, Donald Trump has done what he promised to do. He will deliver on his promises again in a second term. That’s why he should be reelected. . …read more

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Melania Trump, Jim Carroll: Partnering to help America’s children live their best, drug-free lives

By Melania Trump We reinforce our commitment to ensuring that the American people and our youth can live in strong, safe, and healthy communities that are drug-free. …read more

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David Bossie: Trump will be reelected — here is his path to an Electoral College victory

By David Bossie President Trump has a clear path to the 270 electoral votes he needs for reelection — and the map is not dissimilar to his historic 306-vote Electoral College landslide in 2016. …read more

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Glenn Greenwald Sparks Snowden Deja-Vu

By Jack Hunter

On Thursday, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald announced that he was resigning from the news outlet he helped found, The Intercept. His reason? The progressive reporter believes his pro-Joe Biden editors do not want him saying anything critical about the former vice president days before the election.

Greenwald explained, “The final, precipitating cause is that The Intercept’s editors, in violation of my contractual right of editorial freedom, censored an article I wrote this week, refusing to publish it unless I remove all sections critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the candidate vehemently supported by all New-York-based Intercept editors involved in this effort at suppression.”

What, exactly, were they suppressing? According to Greenwald, his delving into the Hunter Biden alleged laptop and foreign business dealings controversy, which the journalist still shared on his newly announced platform on Substack.

The Intercept released a statement insisting the problem was Greenwald’s ego and not their editorial policies. Regardless, Greenwald has been one of the few prominent voices on the left to call out media bias, particularly as it relates to protecting the current Democratic presidential nominee.

Greenwald has also been one of the very few unafraid to point out the very unprogressive record of Joe Biden. This Greenwald was on full display during his interview on Joe Rogan’s popular podcast Wednesday. The two discussed everything from the media refusing to even investigate the latest Hunter Biden controversy, to how interviewers glad-hand Joe Biden.

Greenwald also reminded Rogan’s millions of listeners how Joe Biden bullied other countries into not giving Greenwald’s friend, Edward Snowden, asylum.

In 2013, after Snowden, an NSA contractor turned whistleblower, worked with Greenwald to alert the American public that they were being spied on—activity a federal appeals court ruled illegal just this September—he predictably sought asylum to avoid being arrested by U.S. officials. Snowden originally had a number of options, as different countries offered him safe haven.

That is, until Joe Biden stepped in.

Biden’s former boss, Barack Obama, had once vowed to protect whistleblowers during his 2008 Democratic presidential campaign. His website read, “Often the best source of information about waste, fraud, and abuse in government is an existing government employee committed to public integrity and willing to speak out. Such acts of courage and patriotism, which can sometimes save lives and often save taxpayer dollars, should be encouraged rather than stifled.”

“We need to empower federal employees as watchdogs of wrongdoing and partners in performance,” the Obama website statement continued. “Barack Obama will strengthen whistleblower laws to protect federal workers who expose waste, fraud, and abuse of authority in government.”

However, after Snowden made his revelations, this statement disappeared from the web.

After all, Snowden had revealed illegal surveillance carried out under Obama-Biden, not Bush-Cheney. The Obama White House subsequently pulled no punches in making this particular whistleblower’s life as difficult as possible.

Rogan asked Greenwald during their interview, “So Joe Biden was responsible for blocking his asylum to other countries?”

Greenwald replied, “Yeah, Joe Biden and John Kerry. They were carrying out the …read more

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