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Famed theologian points to ‘demonic ideology’ behind critical race theory, BLM movement — but says a great awakening is on its way

Black theologian Dr. Voddie T. Baucham says that there is an insidious “demonic ideology” behind the teaching of critical race theory, core tenets of the Black Lives Matter movement, and more.

What are the details?

In an interview with the Daily Wire‘s Jon Brown, Baucham — an American expat who serves as the dean of theology at African Christian University in Zambia — warned that when he visits America, he is always struck by the ever-changing social temperature in the country.

“I’ve come back three or four times a year for speaking tours, and it’s always interesting to be an American expat looking back at the U.S.,” Baucham, who was born in Los Angeles in 1969, said.

In his latest book, “Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe,” the theologian states that he believes topics such as CRT and anti-racism are flash points in an ongoing spiritual war across the world and specifically in the United States.

Baucham released the book — currently the No. 1 best-seller in Amazon’s Christian Personal Growth section — in April.

“I think that’s one of the reasons that I just became so keenly aware and so passionate about writing this book, because it was really noticeable to me that things were shifting quickly and deteriorating quickly,” he told Brown. “And I’m watching families be divided, churches be divided, institutions and schools and denominations be divided over this thing. Being an expat coming back and seeing that, it was just alarming to me.”

‘Demonic ideology’

Of Baucham’s childhood, Brown said, “He remembers well the era of desegregation busing and the ravages of the crack epidemic. There, in an impoverished single-parent household in Los Angeles, Baucham eventually came to Christianity and officially converted when he was a freshman in college despite initially being drawn to the ideologies of Malcolm X and other black nationalist concepts.”

“The question of the proper order of faith and ethnicity is critical to understanding the various positions people take in the broader social-justice debate — one with which all people must wrestle, regardless of their ethnicity,” Baucham wrote in his book. “However, for black Christians, this concept has often been difficult to embrace for several reasons.”

Brown added, “When he became a Christian, he found he had to renounce [Malcolm X worldviews], but it gave him a unique discernment into the nature of CRT and other ideologies that seek to politically weaponize race and undermine faith.”

“Baucham dissects over several chapters how CRT and the social justice movement twist traditional religious categories into a means by which to assert power,” Brown wrote. “Characterizing the battles facing the U.S. as fundamentally spiritual, he deftly traces such philosophies to their origin in what he describes as the ‘demonic ideology’ of Karl Marx, Antonio Gramsci, and their neo-Marxist successors in the Frankfurt School.”

CRT, anti-racism, BLM ‘very much religious in its overtones’

Baucham added that concepts like “anti-racism” are “very much religious in its overtones.”

“But more specifically, this religion has its own cosmology, its own understanding of the way the world came to be,” he added. “This religion has its own theology and theological terminology. It has its own saints, its own priests, it has its own rituals. And it has a dogged commitment to its ideology and its theology and a punitive approach to those who step out of line. So it’s a religion, but as a religion, it offers no hope. There is no ultimate redemption in antiracism. You just have to do the work of antiracism for the rest of your life and hope you never step out of line, because if you do, then you go back to zero.”

He also argued that the biggest weapon against division and hatred is not reparations — but forgiveness.

“Antiracism knows nothing of forgiveness because it knows nothing of the Gospel,” Baucham insisted. “Instead, antiracism offers endless penance, judgement, and fear.”

Of the Black Lives Matter movement, Baucham wrote, “I see Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, Critical Social Justice, and their antecedents — Marxism, Conflict Theory, and Critical Theory — as ‘cosmic powers over this present darkness.’ The organization is Marxist, revolutionary, feminist, misandrous, pro-LGBTQIA+, pro-abortion, and anti-family, with roots in the occult. It is unacceptable for Christians to partner with, celebrate, identify with or promote this organization.”

A great awakening

Baucham said that he has hope for the future, however, and does not anticipate a race war — but a great awakening.

“I was worried for a while that we’re moving toward a race war,” he admitted. “I don’t see that now. I see a pushback against Critical Race Theory and some of these other things, and so I’m excited about that. The other thing is, I feel like this is running out of steam. There’s only so much guilt and self-flagellation that people can go through before they finally say, ‘You know what, I’m tired.’ I think we’re at that point now.”

“Ultimately,” he added, “this is about power.”

Biblical Justice vs. Social Justice | Voddie Baucham

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Obama hits out at ‘dangers’ of cancel culture, jokes about critical race theory, and says ‘right-wing media’ stoking fear in white Americans

Former President Barack Obama said this week that he believes cancel culture has become a dangerous social plague upon America and that “certain right-wing media venues” are stoking “fear and resentment” among America’s white population.

During a wide-ranging special titled “Barack Obama on Fatherhood, Leadership, and Legacy,” the former president also joked about critical race theory and suggested Republicans should be more concerned with climate change and the country’s economy.

‘We’re just going to be condemning people all the time’

During the Monday night special, Obama told CNN’s Anderson Cooper that he believes people today are going overboard with cancel culture.

“At least in conversations with my daughters, I think that a lot of the dangers of cancel culture are that we’re just going to be condemning people all the time, at least among my daughters they will acknowledge sometimes among their peer group or in college campuses you’ll see folks going overboard,” he said.

On his daughters, Obama added, “[T]hey have a pretty good sense of look, we don’t want — we don’t expect everybody to be perfect. We don’t expect everyone to be politically correct all the time. But we are going to call out institutions or individuals if they’re being cruel, if they are, you know, discriminating against people.”

Media stoking ‘fear and resentment’ in America’s white population

The former president also argued that the media — specifically “certain right-wing media venues” — are stoking “fear and resentment” among white people.

He told Cooper that he believes the nation’s race problems are indicative of the United States and its citizens not having “fully reconciled” with America’s history, and insisted that it was difficult for a majority of white people to “recognize that you can be proud of this country and its traditions and its history and our forefathers, yet it is also true that this terrible stuff happened.”

“The vestiges of that linger and continued,” Obama insisted.

“I also think that there are certain right-wing media venues … that monetize and capitalize on stoking the fear and resentment of a white population that is witnessing a changing America and seeing demographic changes,” he added. “… [They] do everything they can to give people a sense that their way of life is threatened and that people are trying to take advantage of them.”

Obama also addressed critical race theory in America and joked that Republicans are more keen to focus on CRT rather than “major issues” such as “the economy and climate change.”

“Who knew that was the threat to our Republic?” he joked.

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Comedian Chris Rock slams  cancel culture, says it breeds ‘boring’ entertainment: ‘People are scared to talk’ and ‘especially in America’

Comedian Chris Rock says that cancel culture is disrespectful to audiences and is leading to “boring” entertainment across the board.

Rock made the remarks during an interview with “Breakfast Club” hosts Angela Yee and DJ Envy on Monday.

What are the details?

Rock told the hosts that he believes canceling an entertainer will only set the industry and its players up for failure.

“It’s weird when you’re a comedian because when your audience doesn’t laugh, we get the message. Like, you don’t have to cancel us.” he said. “They’re not laughing. Our feelings are hurt. When we do something and people aren’t laughing we get it. I don’t understand why people feel the need to go beyond that.”

The 56-year-old comedian added that the very idea of telling the audience where or how to find humor is disrespectful.

“Honestly to me, it’s people disrespecting the audience,” he continued. “Like, ‘Oh, you think you know more than the audience?’ The audience knows more than everybody!”

Rock added that as a result, comedians and entertainers are forced to play it safe and bland out of fears of alienating the general public and saying or doing something offensive.

“What happens is everybody gets safe and nobody tries anything. Things get boring,” Rock said. “I see a lot of unfunny comedians, unfunny TV shows, unfunny movies because people are scared to make a move and that’s not a good place to be. We should have the right to fail because failure is a part of art.”

“It’s the ultimate cancel, but now you got a place where people are scared to talk. ‘That’s not — especially in America — you’re scared to talk, but that’s what people want, you gotta make adjustments and, you know, let’s do it,” he added.

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Far-left Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot granting interviews only to ‘black or brown journalists,’ local TV news reporters say

Far-left Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is granting one-on-one interviews only to “black or brown journalists,” a number of local TV news reporters said on social media Tuesday.

What are the details?

Mary Ann Ahern — a political reporter for NBC affiliate WMAQ-TV in Chicago — tweeted that Lightfoot’s spokeswoman said the mayor “is granting 1 on 1 interviews — only to Black or Brown journalists.”

Ahern also made reference to Lightfoot arriving at the “midway point” in her mayoral term, which Fox News said apparently signals that Ahern tried and failed to land an interview with Lightfoot.

Paris Schultz — “Chicago Tonight” co-anchor and political correspondent for WTTW-TV — reacted to Ahern’s news regarding Lightfoot granting interviews only to reporters of color by tweeting that he “was told the same thing.”

When George Cardenas, the city’s 12th Ward alderman, piped in as well and remarked “how is that even true, be serious,” Ahern tweeted back saying indeed it’s true, and Heather Cherone — Chicago politics reporter for WTTW — added that “I can confirm, alderman.”

With that, Cardenas remarked, “This should be corrected.”

Fox News said Lightfoot’s office did not immediately respond to its request for comment.

How did other folks react?

As you might imagine, an outcry ensued on social media charging Lightfoot with racism and discrimination:

  • “Can you imagine if a white mayor did this???” one commenter asked.
  • “That is only slightly racist!! But to be expected,” another user said. “She is judging people based on the color of their skin and not the content of their character. What a wonderful role model! NOT! She needs to be removed immediately.”
  • “So condoning the murders of the people of Chicago wasn’t enough, now she admits she is racist,” another commenter wrote. “What’s next? Will she admit she is a terrorist Hamas supporter, too? I guess being a failed politician wasn’t enough.”

But not everyone agreed:

  • “So, she’s doing what white majors [sic] have always done, but in reverse,” one user observed. “Where’s the lie/problem?”
  • “Y’all know that white people can read those interviews, too, right?” another commenter asked. “I don’t understand what the issue is.”
  • “Thank you Mayor Lightfoot,” another user said. “Black and Brown journalist[s] will not distort you[r] words. Our communities have been underrepresented too long. I applaud your efforts for bringing equity, fairness, and celebrating the rich culture in Chicago neighborhoods.”

Anything else?

Fox News noted that it’s unclear when Lightfoot began limiting one-on-one interviews to journalists of color — and if the policy applies only to local reporters, given that MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle interviewed the mayor Monday.

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Former NFL player says bringing God into schools is the only way to solve racism, economic division

Former NFL player Jack Brewer says that God needs to get back in the classroom in order to solve racial and economic divisions in the United States.

What are the details?

In an interview with the Daily Wire, Brewer — an outspoken conservative and founder of the Jack Brewer Foundation — said that educating children early will help prevent the spread of racism and more.

“Back in 2016, when [Colin] Kaepernick started kneeling, I said, ‘There is something we gotta do to bring law enforcement and community and sports to be that vehicle,'” he said. “And so we started that program and partnered with a number of police athletic leagues around the country to kind of bridge that gap. And I served for a couple years as the spokesperson for the police athletic league.”

He continued, “[A]s that grew and things didn’t necessarily get better around us with these relations, I just wanted to do more. I started to do a lot of teaching and we started programs in partnership with the Fordham Gabelli School of Business, now with Liberty University. I started teaching professional athletes and I started teaching in the prisons, and I just noticed that one thing was keeping us divided was that access to education.”

He added that inner-city children need access to better education in order to pull them from the depths of poverty and rise above.

“Not just sports, not just the community building, and to actually start doing something about this crazy educational gap that we have that’s leaving these inner-city kids reading and math proficiency levels lower than Third World countries,” Brewer explained.

Brewer added that beginning this month, his foundation will offer the “Serving Institute,” which, according to the outlet, “will offer a faith-based education to kids,” which is naturally lacking in public schools.

“As of this year, [I’m] proud to announce we’re going to be opening up our first ‘Serving Institute,’ which will offer a private school faith-based curriculum, that we partner with Liberty university on — and also our sports programs and our value building programs, our etiquette programs, our grammar programs — to really try to give the kids access to the education that unfortunately, most public schools are just not delivering,” he said. “And we also have intervention training. So we’re doing assessments on all our kids and doing extra work throughout the summer to help them get their reading and math proficiency levels up.”

Brewer pointed out that the program will teach young men “how to be gentlemen” and teach participants to be “servant leaders.”

“Every kid will be required to serve his community, feeding those that are less fortunate — even if they themselves are less fortunate — we’re going to take them to go do our serving projects,” he explained.

What else?

He added that faith is paramount above everything else.

“We gotta get God back in our schools,” he insisted. “I’m a believer in that. And most importantly, we gotta get discipline back in our schools because when you’re raised in discipline, then you demand discipline from other people as well. And right now we’ve gotten so free — when they pulled the paddles out of the schools in the mid eighties — that’s where this all started. I say it all the time, some kids need the paddle. They need that, that fear of authority being able to tell them what’s right or wrong. That’s why you see people disrespecting cops like they do now.”

Brewer vowed that no such behaviors would take place in any places where he is in charge.

“Well, none of that’s going to go down in my school,” he said. “I can’t paddle them, but I’m going to do everything except for that. If you do anything that’s disrespectful, speak disrespectfully, if you don’t show the highest level of discipline, I will physically exert you as your punishment so that you understand that you have to be held accountable. We need the fear of God back in our schools, and we need our parents to start being parents again and not friends.”

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Alternate Chauvin juror admits: ‘I was concerned about people coming to my house if they were not happy with the verdict’

Lisa Christensen, an alternate juror in the Derek Chauvin murder case, admitted this week that she was worried about people showing up at her door if they weren’t happy with the verdict handed down.

What are the details?

Christensen spoke with KARE-TV, where she recalled her experience as an alternate juror in the nation’s most-talked about murder case.

She told the station that her heart “broke a little” when the judge told her she would serve only as an alternate juror, as she had “mixed feelings” about being on the trial.

“There was a question on the questionnaire about [wanting to be on the jury] and I put I did not know,” she said. “The reason, at that time, was I did not know what the outcome was going to be, so I felt like either way, you are going to disappoint one group or the other. I did not want to go through rioting and destruction again, and I was concerned about people coming to my house if they were not happy with the verdict.”

Christensen added that she ultimately would have voted guilty.

“I feel like Chauvin is responsible for Mr. Floyd’s death,” she said. “I did consider the defense’s points about the enlarged heart, the narrowing of the arteries, the drug use. But regardless, I do not think he would have passed away on that day at that time [if it weren’t for Chauvin].”

She added, “The videos are what really nailed it.”

What about the Floyd family?

Christensen said that if she could tell the Floyd family anything, she would apologize.

“I really feel their pain and their struggle,” she said. “I have not personally been to 38th and Chicago [where Floyd died], but I think I will. It will be the final closure for me to pay my respects and let George Floyd know that we did the best we could.”

She said that she also feels compassion for Chauvin.

“I am sad for him too. I wish it didn’t have to happen,” Christensen added. “I do not know how it goes from a $20 counterfeit bill to somebody dying. He should have just written him a ticket and let him go. I think it got out of hand quick.”

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Alan Dershowitz compares Maxine Waters rhetoric to that of the Ku Klux Klan’s toward juries in the ’50s and ’60s

Alan Dershowitz, legal scholar and famed criminal defense attorney, said Tuesday that California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters’ words encouraging demonstrators to rise up over the Derek Chauvin trial is no different than the Ku Klux Klan trying to intimidate juries in the mid-20th century.

Over the weekend, Waters said that if a jury does not find Chauvin guilty, protesters and demonstrators have to “stay in the street” and “fight for justice.”

“We’ve got to get more active,” she added. “You’ve got to get more confrontational. You’ve got to make sure that they know we mean business.”

What are the details?

In a Tuesday morning appearance on Newsmax, Dershowitz said that Waters’ tactics were no different than that of the Ku Klux Klan toward juries in the 1950s and 1960s.

“Her message was clearly intended to get to the jury. If you acquit, or if you find a charge less than murder, we will burn down your buildings. We will burn down your businesses. We will attack you,” he said. “This was an attempt to intimidate the jury. It’s borrowed precisely from the Ku Klux Klan of the 1930s and 1920s when the Klan would march outside of courthouses and threaten all kinds of reprisals if the jury ever dare convict a white person or acquit a black person. And so efforts to intimidate a jury should result in a mistrial.”

Dershowitz later insisted that the judge would never grant a mistrial in this case, because then he would be responsible for any ensuing riots, “even though it was Waters who was responsible.”

“That’s not the way the system of justice should operate,” the Harvard professor added, according to Mediaite. “We’re not under the rule of law in Minneapolis, we’re under the rule of the crowd.”

“The irony of what Congresswoman Waters did, she borrowed the playbook of the Ku Klux Klan from the 1920s, the 1930s,” he added. “They would stand outside of courtrooms and they would threatened violence if any juror would ever acquit, a black person or convict a white person.”

“Now we’re seeing exactly the opposite was seeing mobs outside the courthouse and was seeing members of congress just like the Klan had governors and senators and very prominent public officials demanding verdicts in particular cases is and now we have a member of Congress demanding a verdict in the case,” he insisted.

Waters’ tactics similar to KKK | Alan Dershowitz

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Trump tells Sean Hannity he is ‘beyond seriously’ considering another run for president in 2024

Former President Donald Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Monday night that he is “beyond seriously” considering running for president in 2024.

What are the details?

During a wide-ranging interview with Hannity, the former president teased yet another presidential campaign and told the host that he is “looking at it very seriously.”

“Beyond seriously,” he added. “From a legal standpoint, I don’t really want to talk about it yet, it’s a little too soon.”

Trump did not specify the legal standpoint he mentioned, though he may have been alluding to campaign laws and obligations he may have found himself under had he said he will run. Also, he is currently under investigation in New York over past financial dealings, and Georgia prosecutors continue to probe over pressure on election officials during the 2020 election cycle to overturn his loss to President Joe Biden.

Toward the end of the discussion, Hannity told Trump, “It sounds like you’re running. It sounds like you haven’t lost any engagement.”

What are his plans for midterm elections?

Elsewhere during the discussion, the former president said that he plans to get involved in midterm elections, including helping out with Republican candidates’ primaries if necessary, in order to retake Congress.

“Should this now be the Republican Party agenda?” Hannity asked of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” and “America First” agendas. “Should anybody that wants to run for the House or the Senate — should they take this ‘Make America Great’ agenda and fight for those things that you fought for the four years you were president?”

Trump responded, “If they want to win, yes. We’ve expanded the Republican Party.”

“If you want to win, and win big, you have to do that,” Trump insisted. “You have to do it.”

Trump on if he’s considering a 2024 presidential run | ‘Hannity’ exclusive

Anything else to know?

The former president also took a swipe at Biden during the sit-down and said that the ongoing crisis at the U.S. southern border could “destroy our country.”

“They’re playing it down as much as they can play it down. It’s a horrible situation, could destroy our country,” he explained.

“People are pouring in. But you’ll see something as the months go by like you’ve never seen before. Already it’s like you’ve never seen before. There’s never been anything like what’s happened at our border,” he added. “People are coming in by the tens of thousands. They’re walking in. They — we had — all they had to do was leave it alone.”

Trump slams Biden’s border failures in ‘Hannity’ exclusive

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Brett Favre blasts woke sports, says fans don’t want politics in their games

NFL legend Brett Favre says that sports fans aren’t interested in injecting politics into sports.

What are the details?

During a recent interview with Andrew Klaven, Favre said that politics and movements simply aren’t welcome in sports for many die-hard fans.

“Yeah, I think both sides, for the most part, want to see it just remain about the sport, not about politics. At least that’s my interpretation. I know when I turn on a game, I want to watch the game. I want to watch the players play and teams win and lose and come from behind. I want to watch all the important parts of the game, not what’s going on outside the game. I think the general fan feels the same way,” Favre said during a recent interview with Klavan.

The retired quarterback also added that despite race and upbringing, teammates were family .

“We were in something together,” he said. “We fought together. We won together. We lost together. And we truly were a family. So yeah … we absolutely didn’t have issues.”

He added, “I don’t know what issues, if any, in the locker room that they’re facing now other than what I hear, or assumptions,” he said. “So if there are problems within the locker room, you know, that’s too bad.”

Favre says sports unites Americans

Favre said that sports used to unite Americans, and it should remain doing so despite politics.

“Something’s got to unite us. And the games or sport in the past has been some kind of unification,” he added. “Now, it’s almost like a division. I can’t tell you how many people, including yourself, have said to me, ‘I don’t watch anymore. It’s not about the game anymore.’ I tend to agree.”

“Again, it’s a shame. There’s always been differences and issues within the world, within the country, within our states. But something has to unify us. I felt like the flag and standing patriotically — because blacks and white and Hispanics have fought and died for this country. It’s too bad,” he added.

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Eric Bolling storms off heated interview after guest accuses him of faking concern for black communities: ‘Because I’m white, you think I’m racist? That’s BS!’

Media broadcaster Eric Bolling shut down an interview with the BBC when a fellow guest accused him of faking his concern for black communities.

What are the details?

Former BlazeTV host Bolling abruptly left an interview with BBC’s “Newsnight” on Wednesday after his fellow guest, political commentator Aisha Mills, said that his concern for black communities was inauthentic.

The two were discussing Georgia’s new voting law as well as the MLB — which announced the relocation of its All-Star Game in response to the law.

In remarks, Bolling said that the decision by the MLB to move the game out of Atlanta hurt minorities and their businesses.

During the exchange, Mills said, “I think it’s really rich for any Republican — especially a white man — to run around and claim they care about the economic condition of black communities and black businesses when that’s all a lie.”

Bolling responded, “That is not fair! You don’t know me. You don’t know who I am.”

Mills insisted that Bolling’s remarks during the exchange served as nothing more than a wedge.

“I am … a black person in America,” Mills said. “Everything that these voting laws stand for … is all about racial discrimination. How dare you try to act like you are somehow a proponent of of black people and businesses just to make a point and try to create a wedge? It’s ignorant, and it’s disrespectful.”

He fired back, “That’s disgusting. I’m done. Put me off. That’s disgusting. I am nowhere near anything you are painting me to be, and the problem with American politics is exactly that. Because I’m white, you think I’m racist? That’s BS! I’m done.”

As Bolling moved to leave the interview, “Newsnight” host Emily Maitlis asked if he would remain for a question.

“I don’t know why I’m staying here,” he responded. “I need an apology.”

Mills fired back, “I’m not going to apologize for being offended.”

Making good on his intent to withdraw from the conversation, Bolling concluded, “I’m done” and signed off.

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Dave Chappelle says celebrities — not Obama staffers — left ‘dirty notes’ for incoming Trump administration

Comedian Dave Chappelle says that celebrities — and not Obama staffers — left “dirty notes” for former President Donald Trump’s incoming team in 2017.

In 2019, Trump administration officials said they believe that former President Barack Obama’s aides left “taunting notes” behind in the White House to greet Trump, The Wrap reports.

What are the details?

Chappelle, who appeared on model Naomi Campbell’s YouTube series “No Filter with Naomi,” said that he witnessed celebrities penning nasty notes for the incoming Trump team.

The comedian, who was attending one of the final White House events thrown by the Obama administration, said that he saw some celebrities “leaving ‘dirty notes’ for the incoming Trump administration.”

He did not divulge where, specifically, the celebrities left the notes in question other than to state that the notes were placed in White House drawers and cabinets.

“Remember when the Trump administration moved in, they said ‘The Obama staff left dirty notes for us in all the drawers and all the cabinets,'” Chappelle told Campbell. “Now, I saw this happening. I’m not going to say who did it. But it was celebrities, writing all this crazy s*** and putting them all over there. And I saw them doing it, so when I saw it on the news I laughed real hard.”

In 2019, former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said that the notes included sentiments such as “You aren’t going to make it” and “You will fail.”

“Every office was filled with Obama books, and we had notes left behind that said, ‘You will fail, you aren’t going to make it,'” Grisham at the time. “In the press office, there was a big note taped to the door that said, ‘You will fail.'”

Former Obama aides at the time insisted they had nothing to do with the notes left for the Trump administration at the White House, and said that such notes didn’t even exist.

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Trump says Biden’s border ‘crisis’ will soon be a nightmare: ‘They are coming in from everywhere’

Former President Donald Trump says that President Joe Biden’s “crisis” at the U.S. southern border is set to “destroy our country.”

What are the details?

Speaking with Fox’s Maria Bartiromo during Tuesday’s “Fox News Primetime,” Trump said that illegal immigrants are “coming in from everywhere.”

“[Mexican President Lopez Obrador] is a great gentleman,” the former president told Bartiromo. “We had a very good relationship. They had 28,000 soldiers on our border while we were building the wall … and they were also stopping them at their northern border by Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala.”

“Today,” Trump warned, “they are coming in. You take a look. They are coming in from foreign countries. I see they are coming in from Yemen. They are coming in from the Middle East. They are coming in from everywhere. They are dropping them off and they are pouring into our country. It is a disgrace.”

Trump warned that if Biden doesn’t put a stop to an influx of mass migration, “They are going to destroy our country if we don’t do something about it.”

He also predicted that the surge would become “much worse,” and blasted Biden for dropping the ball on border security.

“Frankly, our country can’t handle [the increase in migrants],” he said. “It is a crisis like we have rarely had, and certainly we have never had on the border. But it is going to get much worse.”

Anything else?

Trump also took aim at Biden earlier in March over the U.S-Mexico border crisis.

In a statement, the former president said, “Our border is now totally out of control thanks to the disastrous leadership of Joe Biden. Our great Border Patrol and ICE agents have been disrespected, demeaned, and mocked by the Biden Administration.”

“A mass incursion into the country by people who should not be here is happening on an hourly basis, getting worse by the minute,” he continued. “Many have criminal records, and many others have and are spreading covid. Interior enforcement has been shut down — criminals that were once promptly removed by our Administration are now being released back onto the street to commit heinous and violent crimes.”

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Interview 1621 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

This week on the New World Next Week: schools roll out COVID passes; Mexico says no to glyphosate; and the music industry starts tokenizing albums.
Cancel culture Fox News Intelwars Interviews Leo Terrell Who is leo terrell

Leo Terrell says cancel culture will backfire ‘because it denies history,’ explodes on liberal professor over Dr. Seuss books: ‘You do not represent the black community’

Leo Terrell slammed cancel culture in a Tuesday interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum.

The civil rights attorney’s remarks were in reference to Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ announcement that it would stop publishing at least six books that some people said included “racist and insensitive imagery.”

Later on Tuesday, he spoke with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, where he blasted a fellow guest over the controversy.

What are the details?

Defending the books, Terrell, a former teacher, said that the images “reflect the time in which the books were written.”

“I am not offended by those pictures because it talks about the evolution of this country and how we are now,” he said. “You cannot ignore history, you cannot eliminate history. There’s worse pictures than that. But taking in context, those that want to cancel these books, those that think those books are racist, show me the harm to victims today. They can’t!

“They use this argument of racist as a gimmick, a talking point to basically cancel people out,” he added. “I think it’s wrong as a teacher. … We cannot eliminate our history. Some of our history is bad but the majority is great. Both sides need to be taught.”

MacCallum admitted that some of the images in the book are not how “we depict people today,” and noted that a majority of the images with which people took issue were based on the conditions of an entirely different era.

“Cancel culture is going to backfire, because it denies history,” he agreed. “No person in American history is perfect, from George Washington to Abraham Lincoln. We don’t cancel people. We need to embellish the good parts, criticize the bad parts, but grow and learn from it. I think that’s something that we need to do and speak out about it.”

What else?

On Tuesday night, Terrell spoke with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, where he
exploded at fellow guest liberal professor Dr. Omekongo Dibinga — who advocated for the books’ cancellations.

“I support the decisions of a company making a decision on its own that it didn’t want to offend a group of people, so I’m all about supporting this,” Dibinga told Hannity and said that myriad examples of racism in Seuss’ books gave him reason to believe that the company was “making the right decision to respect how these people are viewed.”

Terrell snapped back, “Those books are historical books. Those books talk about the weaknesses, the flaws in this country, and how this country has grown. … You name me one person, first and last name, who’s been harmed by any of these books! You cannot do it!”

“I can name the black community that has harmed by those books,” Dibinga said.

“No you don’t!” Terrell shouted. “Don’t say that! You do not represent the black community!… You don’t represent me! For you to sit here and say that is a lie!”

As the segment ended, Terrell added, “Show me the systemic discrimination! You’ve got nothing to say!”

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Tim Allen says he ‘kind of liked’ how Trump ‘pissed people off,’ explains why he’s conservative

Actor Tim Allen, 67, says that he “kind of liked” that former President Donald Trump “pissed people off.”

Allen, who famously attended Trump’s 2017 inauguration, made the remarks during a recent interview on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast.

What are the details?

Allen, an outspoken conservative actor on Fox’s hit TV show “Last Man Standing,” said that he was able to appreciate how Trump angered some people in the United States during his tenure in the White House.

“Once I realized that the last president pissed people off, I kind of liked that,” he said. “So it was fun to just not say anything. Didn’t join in the lynching crowd.”

He also said that the concept of taxes pushed him to move to the right and that he refers to himself as a fiscal conservative.

“I just don’t like — once I started making money — I had this silent partner that took almost half of my money and never gave me anything for it,” he said. “That was the taxes. I’ve never liked taxes. Whoever takes the taxes and never tells me what they did with it. I’m a fiscal conservative person with money. That’s it.”

Allen continued, “Never liked taxes. Never liked what they do with taxes and the bulls**t on both sides. It’s not their money.”

“I literally don’t preach anything,” he added. “What I’ve done is just not joined into, as I call it, the ‘we culture.’ I’m not telling anybody else how to live. I don’t like that, ‘We should do this,’ or ‘We should do that.'”

Allen concluded that while he has been cordial with former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former secretary of state and failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, he didn’t think the latter should have been president.

He also said that there’s nothing personal in politics, and sometimes you just have to wait your turn to get what you want.

“In the end, you go the other direction,” he explained. “There’s nothing personal about it. If you don’t like it then wait till the next election.”

Content warning: rough language

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Interview 1618 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

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Interview 1617 – James Corbett on The REAL Meaning of GameStop

In this conversation (recorded on February 1, 2021) James spells out what the GameStop / WallStreetBets fiasco was really about. Not that some retail investors were able to squeeze some hedge funds who were naked short selling and thus “win the game” (spoiler: the government will not allow David to beat Goliath), but that millions of people have just seen the markets for what they are: A fake and rigged game run by a mafia that will never allow you to win. This is an educational moment about the power of decentralized movements that people of all stripes pooh-pooh to their detriment.
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Interview 1616 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

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Interview 1615 – Manifesting Solutions on Declare Your Independence

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Interview 1613 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

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Interview 1613 – Catherine Austin Fitts on The State of Our Currencies

With the global technocrats taking the world through the “Going Direct” Reset into the abyss of the End of Currency and the ultimate transhuman slave state, things could not be more dire. But, as Catherine Austin Fitts of tells us, there are options on the table for taking things in a completely different direction and unlocking the incredible abundance of the planet. The choice is our, but for how long? Don’t miss this important, solutions-focused discussion on The State of Our Currencies.
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Interview 1612 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

This week on the New World Next Week: Bill Gates becomes the biggest owner of farmland in the US; meet the new swamp, same as the old swamp; and the uprising begins with businesses defying lockdowns around the world.