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May 23, 2022
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Good evening!

Blessings on you and your family, and from all the Huckabee staff!

Tonight's newsletter includes: 

  • WARNING! The RED WAVE is NOT Guaranteed
  • Archbishop: Pelosi is more extreme
  • Biden in Asia
  • And more…

Sincerely,

Mike Huckabee


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Honour thy father and thy mother: and, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.

Matthew 19:19

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WARNING! The RED WAVE is NOT Guaranteed

While I was in Israel recently, I was asked by Israeli friends how the elections would turn out in America this fall. My response was that Republicans will win in a blowout unless they fail to come up a cohesive message other than, “Hey we aren’t THOSE guys who doubled your gas prices, jacked up groceries by 20%, and who opened the borders to illegals but busted the supply of baby formula.” The policies of the leftist Democrats have finally become untenable for common-sense loving Americans who unlike Joe Biden’s recent nominee to the Supreme Court DO know what a woman is. The Democrats have gone into a wild irrational rage about abortion, calling it “health care for women,” even though at least one person dies every time there is an abortion. They claim that 4 and 5 year old children ought to be taught about gender fluidity before they learn their numbers, colors, and letters of the alphabet. Most Americans know that’s not just bad policy, it’s insanity. And working-class Americans have grown tired of the elitists from Hollywood and Washington lecturing about climate change and carbon footprints when the same hypocritical snobs fly around the globe in fuel-sucking, carbon emitting private jets and upon landing, ride in long black limousines while owning 4 or 5 homes.

The demands to tax more don’t go over well with anyone who owns a business or is trying to get kids to school each day and feed them each evening, but Republicans need to focus on what they will stand FOR if given the majorities in the House and Senate. Keep in mind, that even if the GOP takes both houses, they won’t be able to pass legislation because Joe Biden isn’t likely to sign anything that makes energy cheaper, houses more affordable, or our borders more secure. Biden’s party still wants to pursue truly crazy policies like Critical Race Theory that indoctrinates schoolchildren to believe that all white children are evil oppressors and that our nation is systemically racist and bad, despite it being the ONE place on earth where people of every color risk their very lives to get to because they believe America is still a great country where freedom and opportunity awaits.

Republicans should tell America that if elected, they will pursue the following things and force Joe Biden to either sign the legislation or explain to struggling American why not:

1. We will finish the border wall, enforce immigration laws, and stop the flow of deadly drugs and human trafficking of small children to become sex slaves for the drug cartels.

2. We will support our military by giving them leaders who believe that a military being deadly is more important than being diverse. That means people are promoted because they are the best, not because they are the right color, gender, or sexual identity.

3. We will value all life from conception because we don’t think any human life is disposable or expendable.

4. We will work toward a completely different tax system like the Fair Tax in which we pay taxes on what we consume and not what we produce. We would get rid of the death tax and capital gains taxes because we shouldn’t punish productivity.

5. We will follow the Constitution and allow the states to govern themselves without the federal government mandating the minutia.

6. We will not tolerate violent crime and letting killers and thugs back on the streets to repeat their attacks on the law-abiding public. We all should have an expectation to walk in our neighborhood, ride a subway or bus, or get from their car to the front door of a grocery store without being assaulted.

7. We will renew energy independence by re-starting the Keystone XL pipeline, drilling on federal lands, and extracting the oil and natural gas under our own feet and re-starting a long-term nuclear energy capacity.

The country is in a mess and while Biden and the Democrats blame Putin, Trump, or anyone but themselves, we all know they OWN the results of their policies.

But we the people own the elections with our votes. And the country doesn’t belong to the politicians but the people. Always has; always will!


Archbishop: Pelosi is more extreme

The Archbishop of San Francisco wants to make it clear that his decision to bar self-proclaimed devout Catholic Nancy Pelosi from taking Holy Communions due to her abortion views was not in response to the recent leak of the Roe v. Wade draft decision. He said he’s tried to talk to her about this for a long time and debated it in his conscience for years. But he finally had to draw the line because “more recently, her advocacy for codifying the Roe decision into federal law—it’s becoming more and more extreme and more and more aggressive."

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/pelosi-communion-ban-supreme-court-leak-archbishop

Why, how is this possible? I’ve been assured by experts that it’s the Republicans who’ve gotten more rightwing and extreme, and the Democrats are the same slightly-left-of-center moderates they’ve always been. I guess as an Archbishop, he must be too sensitive about this issue, so he actually thinks that passing a law to legalize abortion up to the moment of birth is somehow “more extreme” than the Party used to be.


Must-read

Gil Gutknecht has a must-read, “From his keyboard to God’s ears” column on the day of reckoning for all those woke corporate CEOs who are putting far-left politics ahead of serving their customer base. In the few months, we’ve seen a number of them suffer crashing stock prices and deep drops in profits, and no, it’s not the fault of the pandemic or Vladimir Putin.

https://townhall.com/columnists/gilgutknecht/2022/05/22/the-day-of-reckoning-for-woke-ceos-is-at-hand-n2607616

All the media stories about the “unexpected” downturns at Target, Netflix and other companies focused on excuses such as inflation and the supply chain crisis. They mostly avoided the possibility that these companies had ticked off at least half their customer base by embracing radical leftwing political dogma. The media live in a cast iron echo chamber and seldom talk to those peasants in Flyover Country, whom they think are so small in numbers, they can be safely marginalized and ignored. You know, like the 73 million Americans who voted for Trump.

Those folks aren’t like leftists: they don’t tend to “organize,” shout through bullhorns, or threaten and bully those who disagree with them. And they don’t have a complicit mass media to amplify their message and make them sound bigger than they are. They just quietly keep a list in their heads of companies that have ticked them off and that they will NEVER do business with again. And there are a LOT of them (I know, I actually talk to them!)

The talking heads think that because it’s not a loud, organized movement, it makes no difference. There is an organized movement called WalkAway, formed by Brandon Straka, but you don’t have to be a member to simply walk away from companies that spit on your values. If Target or Disney don’t want your dirty conservative money, someone else will gladly take it.

There’s an old saying, “Ignore this at your peril.” These companies ignored half their customers and now they are imperiled. Color me unsurprised.

https://redstate.com/bonchie/2022/05/21/it-sure-looks-like-joe-biden-is-trying-to-purposely-destroy-the-country-n567813

Speaking of “Get woke, go broke,” when the Fed gets woke, we ALL go broke.

https://www.aier.org/article/woke-fed-fell-asleep-on-the-job/


A look at how BLM spent its money

During the George Floyd riots, corporations frightened of being tagged as racist plastered the BLM logo on every available surface and showered millions of dollars on Black Lives Matter, without giving a thought to what it would be used for. I’m sure they had some vague notion that it would help black communities. It’s been reported that BLM took in over $90 million and sent over $21 million to local BLM chapters, but black community leaders complained that not a dime has been given to help neighborhoods destroyed by riots and crime. BLM has come under increasing scrutiny, and it’s not pretty.

BLM’s founders seem to be more interested in buying pricey real estate than helping minority neighborhoods, and their failure to comply with laws governing nonprofits has led to several states launching investigations (even California!) The latest state to demand accountability is Indiana, whose attorney general filed a lawsuit against BLM, saying it’s critical to protect Indiana consumers “from this house of cards.” I suppose they could argue that they’re hardly a "nonprofit," but that’s not a legal defense.

https://www.westernjournal.com/state-ag-files-suit-blm-protecting-indiana-consumers-house-cards-critical/

Now, at last, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has finally released its first financial disclosure statement, and it’s only raising more questions. For instance, the group’s largest payout was over $2.1 million to a consulting firm owned by one of its board members. The second-biggest was over $969,000 for “live production, design and media” paid to a company owned by the father of BLM co-founder Patrice Cullors’ baby. Other expenses included $709,190 for “communications, IT and digital,” $696,364 to a Los Angeles-based company for “media planning and placement,” and $504,000 to Resistance Labs in Oakland for “tech support.” I wonder how many black lives those expenditures saved. By comparison, BLM gave only $200,000 to the Trayvon Martin Foundation that helps families of kids who are victims of gun violence.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/17/blm-paid-co-founders-baby-daddy-far-more-than-trayvon-martin-group/

The director of the watchdog group Charity Watch said BLM “had no whistleblower policy, no document destruction and retention policy, and only one board member during the financial reporting period. It reports having and regularly monitoring and enforcing a written conflict of interest policy, but…one person can’t monitor and enforce a conflict of interest policy over themselves. It’s frightening, isn’t it, to consider that this much taxpayer-subsidized public money was being overseen by only one person?”

While I can abhor BLM’s sleazy financial tactics and condemn the way they’ve exploited and inflamed racial divisions to enrich themselves, I have a hard time working up much sympathy for the people who gladly handed over their money. There are many reputable charities and religious organizations that genuinely help people, and with very low overhead. BLM just understood their target audience: guilty white liberals who think you solve every problem by throwing money at it. They were geniuses at making it appear that they were the place where liberals should throw their money. At least for once, they were throwing away their own money and not the taxpayers’.


Biden’s worst week

I can’t imagine how you make a call like this, but both Democratic pollster John Zogby and conservative poll analyst Jed Babbin agree that last week was the worst week of the Biden Presidency so far.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/white-house-report-card-zogby-declares-worst-week-d

The baby formula shortage worsened, the stock market continued its biggest fall in years, inflation kept raging with gas prices setting new records every day, Biden’s new press secretary debuted to bad reviews, his Ministry of Truth scheme imploded amid bipartisan outrage, and a federal judge blocked Biden’s plans to lift the Title 42 COVID protections on illegal border crossers, a decision that critics on both side of the aisle saw as an impending disaster.

That Zogby poll had Biden’s approval rating at 41%, which is actually better than the latest AP/NORC poll, which has him down at 39%.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/bidens-approval-dips-to-lowest-of-presidency-ap-norc-poll/ar-AAXvTxk?ocid=BingNews

What’s interesting about these polls is the internal details. As pathetic as 39% approval is, it’s only that high because of the loyalty of Democrats and African-Americans. Biden’s support among Hispanics has crashed to the mid-20s, but blacks and Democrats have adamantly continued to show the kind of monolithic support that can only be explained by sticking your fingers in your ears and chanting, “La-la-la, I can’t hear you!”

But lately, things under Biden have gotten so bad that it’s becoming impossible even for his most self-deluded supporters to keep kidding themselves. The AP poll found that his support among Democrats that’s never before dropped below 82% has fallen to 73%. Even those who still support him admit that everything’s going badly but claim he’s not to blame for it (Biden obviously agrees with them on that point.) But at least some are finally starting to crumble under the weight of reality.

A recent Rasmussen poll found that Biden’s support among black voters is down to 64%. More ominous are the numbers of those who want him to run again. His supporters can pretend to think he’s doing a good job, but when asked if they want him to keep doing it, they scream, “NO!!” This poll found that only 39% of blacks, 31% of Hispanics and 26% of women (all among his strongest support groups) want him to run for reelection.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/2024-shock-biden-36-trump-50

(That same poll also found that in a potential 2024 rematch, Trump leads Biden by 50-36%.)

And a CBS Poll has more bad news for Biden, with staggering numbers of people pessimistic about the economy and about half of black respondents saying he’s “slow to react.”

https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2022/05/22/new-cbs-poll-is-damning-indictment-of-biden-while-official-offers-up-a-feeble-response-n568323

It seems obvious that the biggest obstacle for Republicans to overcome is the long-engrained, media-defended notion spread by the left that Republicans are scary, racist fascists. But seldom has any group of voters had a starker example of the real difference between Republican and Democrat policies than living in 2018 (pre-COVID Trump America) and 2022 (post-COVID Biden America.)

A good example of how hard this mindset is to counter is Bill Maher, who for all his recent red-pilling still hasn’t shaken off the liberal brainwashing. Last week, he reacted to Elon Musk's decision to vote Republican for the first time by claiming that for all the Dems’ faults, the Republicans are still the most dangerous party.

Really, Bill? And what would happen if Republicans regained power? Would we take away people’s Constitutional rights, create Orwellian government agencies to police speech, jail people without charges, monitor citizens through social media, explode the national debt, crash the stock market, open up our borders to drug dealers and sex traffickers, allow a massive surge of crime in our cities, put violent criminals back on the streets while tying the cops' hands (basically, turn America into Gotham City), empower our enemies abroad, send our troops to places they have no business going, and make the basic necessities of life unavailable and/or unaffordable?

Because in case you haven’t noticed, that’s the Democratic Party’s current platform.


Biden in Asia

President Biden is in Asia, where he’s trying to undo some of the signals of weakness that China appeared to be taking advantage of. Asked if the US would militarily defend Taiwan if China attacked, Biden said, “Yes.” China isn’t happy about that.

https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-troops-defend-taiwan-china-invades-biden

For all of China’s alleged fury, I can’t help thinking that privately, they are less concerned about the slim likelihood of Biden standing up to them than they are about Taiwan turning out to be what Ukraine is to Russia: a lot harder to conquer than they anticipated. That tends to happen when you’re fighting for your homeland and your family and not just for a paycheck.


#Walkaway rally

Saturday afternoon in Beverly Hills, Brendan Straka held his first #WalkAway rally since getting past the ordeal of being treated like a domestic terrorist by the Biden DOJ for standing outside the Capitol on January 6th.

https://redstate.com/bobhoge/2022/05/22/walkaway-founder-reignites-movement-with-first-rally-in-two-years-n568064

That link has more about the rally, and I wish him well in reigniting that movement (although the way things are going now, he might want to rename it the RunAway from the Democratic Party movement.)

If you haven’t seen it, you must watch my recent interview with Brandon where he details exactly what happened on that day and the yearlong nightmare he was forced to endure. This should never be allowed to happen in America.

https://youtu.be/ouesaYreJEU


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  • Jim record

    05/25/2022 12:53 PM

    Governor I haven’t received my daily e-mail from you for the last 3 days? What happened? Let me know I miss it. Keep up the good work! God bless you and your staff.

  • Chelsea Martin

    05/24/2022 11:39 AM

    "But we the people own the elections with our votes."

    Since when? As Joseph Stali...uh, Biden said: "It's who counts the votes" (who counts the votes, who counts the votes...). Don't believe me? Think it's just the Left that likes to lie, cheat and steal? What's going on in Pennsylvania right now? Why doesn't the sainted RNC and PA GOP want to "count the votes" in a clear and transparent manner?

  • Donald E. Gabelman

    05/23/2022 10:17 PM

    In your article "WARNING! The RED WAVE is NOT Guaranteed," you left out one thing (at least in my opinion). When one Republican is running against another in a primary, they must not sling mud at one another. I think Ronald Reagan called this "The 11th Commandment." Any negative comments about an opponent's record must be factual and verifiable, not mud slinging gossip. It is bothersome to me that candidates resort to bashing their opponents out of ambition to get elected, rather than speaking of their own record and qualifications to EARN votes as the better person to do the job.

  • Anne Turner

    05/23/2022 08:55 PM

    Finally, someone in the Roman .Catholic .church got some intestinal fortitude. How on earth does any church whose tenets about even birth control, much less abortion, not suspend those avowed Catholics in public life office that actual fight for unlimited abortion? I guess it is the same way they winked at Priestly pedophiles.

    I should think that Biden actually answered correctly about.Taiwan. We do have an agreement. However, .I am afraid our military is run by social workers not strong military leaders. I strongly. beLieve in women's rights but I must face reality. I expect that many women in todays mechanized military can do 90% of the jobs once held only by men but we must face up to the realities of physical strength in certain situations. Yes, women can increase strength to a large degree but they will never be as strong as men on the whole. This goes for trans men as well. If you treated all equally, women would be drafted. I’m okay with that but I don’t think you draft both a father and a mother in the same family. That’s pregnant guy is going to have a hard time in basic training.

    It only makes the Dems seem stupid when they defend Biden. Anybody can see that he has a degree of dementia. He should not be President and the world knows this. We look like fools. However, .i shudder when I realize .Kamala is waiting in the wings. I have always thought that the success of any leader depends a lot on the quality of his/her advisors. Biden loses there, also. Folks, he is NOT running the show. What would we think of another country’s leader if he were like Biden and made the same gaffs?

  • James Drury Jr.

    05/23/2022 07:21 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff!

  • David E. Miller

    05/23/2022 07:10 PM

    State Farm has now joined the long list of woke companies devoted to LGBTQIA+ radicalism and the indoctrination of young children into the liberal mindset. Another company to avoid like the plague!

  • Paul Mull

    05/23/2022 06:57 PM

    We must pray/work for a veto proof majority to result from the November elections. Gaining a simple majority is not enough. At the same time, pray Senator Manchin has no real peace until he changes parties.

  • stephen russell

    05/23/2022 06:45 PM

    Red Wave:
    See little interest in GOP on Red Wave No Unity, No universal messaging,
    Seen some plans ( Scott & Cawthorn) Otherwise, No enthusiam seen.
    From Trump Republicans alone.
    Dont trust DC RNC types

  • Sharon Faulkner

    05/23/2022 12:44 PM

    Mike
    I have to wonder if Blacks will EVER hear the word that they are now FREE and don't have to stay with the old Master?
    I thought Juneteenth is my native Texas was the commemoration of the last Black people to hear that they were free -- apparently not.