July 31, 2018


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Today's Giuliani complicates discussion of Mueller probe's legitimacy -- Correcting the record -- Another internal challenge for Democrats -- 538 acts -- Rare words -- Evening Edition - Daily Verse


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It’s getting really complicated.

How are we supposed to follow all the twists and turns of the “Trump/Russia” investigation when even the lead attorney for President Trump can’t keep it all straight for us? On Monday, Rudy Giuliani was definitely a “ramblin’ man,” and it drove the pundits crazy. In an on-air call Monday to the FOX News show “Outnumbered” to clarify some earlier comments, he said he understood the confusion. “Believe me, it’s going to get even more confusing when these other tapes start coming out. But eventually, when you put them all together, it’s going to mean the President did nothing wrong.”



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Correcting the record

By Mike Huckabee

I realized yesterday that in writing about the cost of everyone’s favorite crazy socialist uncle Bernie Sanders’, “Medicare For All” idea, I made a typo.  I wrote that Bernie estimated that it would cost $14 trillion over two years, when I meant to write “ten years.” 

Well, no sooner did I start correcting it...



Another internal challenge for Democrats

By Mike Huckabee

In Washington State’s 9th Congressional district that includes parts of Seattle, another millennial, Sarah Smith, is following the lead of “Democratic” Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in launching a primary challenge against 11-term Democratic incumbent Adam Smith.  It’s another showdown for the soul of the Democratic Party, with Sarah Smith pushing the progressive, pro-socialist agenda of single-payer government health care, free college tuition for all and refusing corporate donations.  Meanwhile, Adam Smith represents the mainstream, absolutely-not-socialist Democratic establishment by promoting single-payer government health care and free college tuition for all (he’s actually introduced bills to create both), but also taking about $325,000 from corporate PACs. 

So now we know how to tell the difference between the young socialist radicals and the mainstream establishment Democrats in Congress: by the amount of corporate donations they accept and their first names.


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538 acts 

By Mike Huckabee

Over the weekend, there was a lot of talk in the media about New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger warning President Trump that his criticism of the media might stir up anger against reporters and expose them to violent attacks.  I think we should all hope and pray that no harm comes to reporters, or anyone else for their political views.  But somehow, the media always frame this story as Trump having started this by “lowering the tone” of discourse and using violent rhetoric. 


They never mention that media coverage of Trump is over 90% negative, no matter how successful his policies are, or that the hyperbolic rhetoric hardly started with Trump (I wrote just last week about both a book and a movie that came out in the early 2000s based on imagining the assassination of George W. Bush – long before there was Trump Derangement Syndrome on the left, there was Bush Derangement Syndrome.)  And while reporters are terribly concerned about harsh rhetoric possibly turning unstable people against them, they seem to have forgotten the many threats and assaults that unhinged leftists, fired up by violent rhetoric from the media, Hollywood and political screwballs like Maxine Waters, have aimed at Trump, his staff and Republicans in general – all the way up to an attempted massacre at a charity baseball practice that nearly killed Rep. Steve Scalise. 


Well, a hat tip to Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit for reminding us that Breitbart News compiled a fairly comprehensive list of threats, violent rhetoric, calls for violence and outright physical assaults by leftists against Republicans.  It’s enlightening (and somewhat mind-boggling) to scan this list, which adds up to 538 acts of violence and intimidation against Trump supporters (and that’s just as of July 5th), and realize how unhinged these people are.  I would take Mr. Sulzberger’s pleas to President Trump more seriously if I saw the New York Times print such a list and denounce this barbaric behavior with as much disdain as they usually display toward Breitbart News.



Rare words

By Mike Huckabee

Rare words from me, but kudos to a panel of the 9th Circuit Court in San Francisco for forcibly reminding that city’s leaders that the police motto “To protect and serve” refers to protecting the public, not the violent, leftist mobs attacking the public.


Evening Edition - July 30

By Mike Huckabee

A wrap-up of all the news you might have missed yesterday!


COMING SOON:  Starting tomorrow we will add another story to the morning newsletter.

Daily Verse

"Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not."

-Jeremiah 33:3

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