Tucker Carlson examines the massive suppression of free speech that has developed during the Trump administration. He asks viewers if they feel more free now than when they voted for Trump two years ago. He chronicles the many assaults against free speech for conservatives – and they are shocking when considered all together. Beliefs conventionally described as conservative just five years ago now are described as ‘terrorism.’ Meanwhile, actual terror by the left goes unpunished, and Carlson give an equally shocking sampling of those occurrences as well. Carlson concludes that it is the duty of the government to uphold the rights of all citizens and that Trump needs to do more than just talk about such things and use his constitutional authority to start doing it. [Note that Carlson is talking about constitutional measures based on existing laws, not the declaration of martial law, which some so-called conservatives now are advocating.] -GEG
Tucker Carlson asked Trump voters Wednesday to assess whether or not they feel more confident to express their beliefs since the president was elected.
Carlson said that whether or not President Trump is able to build a wall or effect infrastructure legislation, how the president handles the attempted suppression of free speech may be more important.
He said that conventionally conservative beliefs in the years leading up to Trump’s election are now described as “terrorism,” while actual terror by the left seems to go unnoticed.
Among other examples, he noted a former community college professor who in 2017 allegedly hit Trump supporters with a bike lock during a “free the speech” rally.
Charges were dropped against the professor, Eric Clanton, although he was initially charged with a felony.
Carlson then asked viewers to imagine how former President Barack Obama would have responded if similar incidents happened to his voters while he was in office.
“You think Obama would have done something about that? Hell yes. … You would never get away with threatening an Obama voter for supporting Obama,” he said.
Judge William Orrick, III, who has ties to Planned Parenthood, refused to disqualify himself and refused to allow a First-Amendment free speech defense. A jury awarded Planned Parenthood over $2-million that includes punitive and compensatory damages as well as attorneys’ fees.
The Fourth Geneva Convention bars an occupying power from transferring its own civilian population into occupied territory. However, President Trump’s State Department argues that this international law does not advance the cause of peace and, therefore, can be ignored.
In 1965, an identical twin infant male underwent surgery and his penis was accidentally destroyed during a circumcision. A psychologist, Dr. Money, believed that gender is not biological but learned, and convinced the mother to raise the boy as a girl in an experiment that he falsely claimed was a success.
Two prison guards, Michael Thomas and Tova Noel, have been arrested on federal charges for their behavior on the day that the prisoner died for their failure to check on Epstein even once, shopping for motorcycles and furniture online, walking around the common area, sleeping for two hours, and falsifying documents.
Some protesters battled against police with petrol bombs, bricks and arrows. Police were authorized to used live rounds on students using lethal weapons. Some 600 students have walked off campus, due to ill-health and hypothermia, giving themselves up to police; they face 10 years in prison for protesting.
The Trayvon Martin case was fabricated around his final phone with his girlfriend, Diamond Eugene, that falsely portrayed the shooting as a racial attack. Evidence points to Trayvon as the aggressor. The real Diamond Eugene never testified at Zimmerman’s trial, as a fake witness was substituted in her place.
Stone was not allowed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson, an Obama appointee, to demand proof that Russia did indeed hack the DNC computers. Attorneys for Stone contended that if the Russians did not hack the DNC computers, the case against Stone would have had to be dismissed.
An anti-ICE protester took a plea deal and a three year prison sentence after using a flag pole to attack a 60-year old disabled man. According to court papers, Pierce told jailers that he uses THC daily and LSD intermittently. He said he was homeless and living off food stamps.
The city of Denver is following liberal policies and refuses to enforce laws against trespassing, camping, and public defecation. Denver contends that if the trash is on Bayzar’s property, it is his responsibility to clean it.
After months of debate, the law was passed despite opposition. The measles vaccine in Germany is only available as a triple shot, and will also indirectly make immunization against measles, mumps and rubella, and in some cases chicken pox obligatory.
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Aisha is said to have been six or seven years old when she married the prophet Mohammed and nine or ten years old at the time of consummation, which fits the Western definition of pedophilia. So what, says the EU court.
During a rally by ‘We the People’ conservatives, a gang of male and female attackers, believed to be Antifa counter-protesters, maced, kicked and robbed two reservist Marines, calling the military men “Nazis” and “White Supremacists.”