December 16, 2020

December 16, 2020      

Good morning! Today's newsletter includes:

  • Attention, Georgia Republicans
  • Russiagate probe expanding
  • Interesting analogy
  • New Podcast: AG Leslie Rutledge
  • Cuomo Follow-up
  • Presidential pardon talk


Mike Huckabee

Attention, Georgia Republicans

By Mike Huckabee

Attention, any Georgia Republicans thinking of sitting out the Senate runoff races to reelect David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler: you should know that their Democrat opponents have the outspoken support of socialist “Squad” members Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

Both took part in an online “Vote-a-Thon” to rally Muslim support for the Democrats, with Tlaib declaring, “I hope that you realize just the opportunity here that Allah has given us to show the power of Muslims in Georgia.” The event was sponsored by the Georgia chapter of CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations) and also included Linda Sarsour.

If Sarsour’s name sounds familiar, you might remember her being ousted from a leadership role in the Women’s March for her anti-Semitic, anti-Israel and anti-American comments and for fundraising for a terrorist who killed a Jewish American in Israel.

Muslim Americans certainly have the right to vote and be active in politics, but I think Prof. Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit summed up this event well by writing, “Having these three come down to defend (Democrat Senate candidate Raphael) Warnock against charges of anti-Semitism is as if Lester Maddox had brought in George Lincoln Rockwell to defend him against charges of racism.”

Russiagate probe expanding

By Mike Huckabee

It was reported yesterday that now-special counsel John Durham is expanding his Russiagate probe and “making excellent progress.”

But blogger Jeff Dunetz makes the depressing point that it might be just more talk that all leads to nothing. Durham has dragged this out so long that many voters didn’t even know about the Democrat hoax to overturn the 2016 election until after the 2020 election (which Democrats now claim that it’s insurrection to challenge.) Meanwhile, anyone paying attention (or reading this newsletter) has long known who did what and who ought to be in prison for it.

Dunetz compares these regular rumors that “indictments are coming” to Lucy continually yanking the football away from Charlie Brown. He also notes that if Biden gets in, all Durham will be able to do is submit a confidential report to a Biden-appointed Attorney General, who for all we know will be someone personally involved in Russiagate. I would not bet against that AG dropping it right into the nearest shredder. All the work Durham did, and all the years he put into it, would come to nothing. Pardon me if I’m beginning to suspect that that was the whole point of putting so many years into it.

Interesting analogy

Interesting analogy by Fred Weinberg at Western Journal: Is the SCOTUS’ rejection of Texas’ lawsuit over the election the “Roe v. Wade of the 21st Century”?

Certainly, Roe had more horrific consequences (60 million babies murdered in the womb since 1971), but insuring a Biden Administration with radical pro-abortion policies and renewed funding of Planned Parenthood, funding abortion worldwide and repealing the Hyde Amendment could be equally devastating in the long run.

It’s certainly arguable whether the two are comparable, but one thing the comparison does prove is that the Supreme Court is capable of angering, frustrating, outraging and disenfranchising just as many people by refusing to rule as it can by making rulings that it has no business making.

New Podcast: AG Leslie Rutledge

This week on "The People's Podcast," Governor Huckabee spoke with fellow Arkansan Leslie Rutledge, who explained why she became one of the 17 Attorneys General to join Texas' lawsuit challenging the results of November's election. The Governor also shares the good news on the covid-19 vaccine front and breaks down a new collusion scandal involving a prominent House Democrat and the Chinese Communist Party. But first, he'll share a history lesson on the election of 1876, and why it's worth remembering in 2020.

Listen and signup here>>>

Cuomo Follow-up

By Mike Huckabee

Follow-up: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo denied sexual harassment allegations made against him by a female ex-staffer. He said, “I totally respect a woman’s right, fought for a woman’s right to express any concern, any issue that she has in the workplace. I support that. But the tweets were simply not true.”

So we have a he said/she said situation. I’ve always said I support the accuser’s right to make the charge and the accused’s right to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty, so I won’t take sides yet. It’s just too bad that Cuomo probably doesn’t care what Mike Huckabee thinks because according to the people on his side, like Sen. Mazie Hirono, whether he’s guilty or not, he should shut up and let the accusation stand.

Presidential Pardon talk

By Mike Huckabee

If President Trump does have to leave office, there’s a lot of talk about who he will pardon before he goes. Two names that keep being mentioned are Edward Snowden and Julian Assange. Assange is the founder of Wikileaks and Snowden was the CIA subcontractor who leaked classified information about the NSA’s global surveillance program. Both were charged with espionage. Snowden is currently a permanent resident of Russia, and Assange is in prison in England, reportedly in grave health.

Views of both men’s actions have gone through an evolution over time. They were accused of leaking information that put Americans in danger and that prevented 54 terrorist attacks. But those claims came from the same intelligence figures (CIA Director James “Liar” Clapper, Robert Mueller, etc.) whom we later learned were allegedly part of a coup attempt against President Trump and who themselves had no qualms about lies and illegal actions to frame Americans whose political views they found unacceptable.

Now, conservatives who once thought of Snowden and Assange as traitors are starting to see them more as persecuted whistleblowers. Particularly after we learned that Snowden was right, the intelligence agencies were spying on all Americans and lying about preventing terrorist attacks, and a court ruled that the surveillance program exposed by Snowden was illegal and likely unconstitutional. Meanwhile, Democrats seem to hate Assange less for exposing classified information than for costing Hillary Clinton the 2016 election by releasing DNC emails that showed what the party was actually doing and saying.

Their names may be coming back into the news more in coming days, so John Stossel, who like many of us was confused about what the truth was, talked to Snowden directly. He concluded that pardons for both are warranted. Read it and see if you agree.

And before any Democrats or liberal media members scream in outrage over Trump possibly pardoning them, let them recall that President Obama commuted the sentence of Bradley (now known as Chelsea) Manning, who was also convicted under the Espionage Act for leaking sensitive military information that put American troops in danger in the Middle East, and which was leaked to…Julian Assange of Wikileaks.



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  • Ralph Van Wagner

    12/18/2020 09:24 AM

    Step 1 Cancel student debt: There are no free lunches. The student received value of some kind, so compromise: cancel interest on the debt, but leave the principle for the student to pay off. Teaches responsibility yet helps relieve the spiraling out of control cost of college.

  • Mark Seibert

    12/17/2020 02:18 AM

    The article about the Supreme Court is frustrating. I think America should have a 10th Amendment Renewal. Let's make the Federal government as non existent in our lives as we can. The States need to take control back. Don't allow the Feds to do anything that isn't specifically mentioned in the constitution, and don't let them fund State programs so that States are under the control of the Feds. States should finance all their own schools and emergency services, etc, so they can improved education and stop being forced to put in destruction educational practices, like telling kindergartners they can be transgender if they want to. They should put prayer and the Bible back in school, claim the 1st Amendment, and ignore any Supreme Court decision or Federal Law that says states can't do it. If States don't take Federal money they can do what they want. I'd like to see StateS only pay the Federal government for what the Federal government is responsible for doing, like the military, border control, the post office, embassies, and international negotiations. The congress should have to come to the States to ask money if they want to fund abortion overseas or give Iranian Mullah's billions of dollars or fund Michelle Obama's multi million dollar vacations (remember those?) or waste our money overseas in other useless programs. I think that way we could stop these ridiculous policies, because no one in their right minds would fund them. And here's a thought, if all states made income tax illegal, the Feds couldn't tax us and States could start your fair tax plan. "Tenth Amendment Renewal Now!!!"

  • Barbara Cook

    12/17/2020 12:17 AM

    Thanks Bro. Huckabee...I'm so happy you posted this. May JESUS guide our nation through every crisis and may more people find salvation during these hard times!

  • William D Ackerman

    12/16/2020 09:21 PM

    I also wanted to point out Assange is not a US citizen anything he put out is reporting. By charging him with espionage they opened the door that any US reporter can be arrested overseas for reporting on world governments as espionage. Its a two way street.

  • Sharon Faulkner

    12/16/2020 09:20 PM

    After what President Trump has endured for this Nation for NO pay and little gratitude from Rios he could pardon Judas and Benedict Arnold and it would be ok with me.

  • William D Ackerman

    12/16/2020 09:11 PM

    I truly believe Snowden and Assange need to be pardoned they were whistle blowers.
    Also speaking of Assange and Clinton... I read somewhere Judicial Watch got Seth Rich's lap top from the FBI and low and behold.. It had those emails that Assange published.

  • Mary Hand

    12/16/2020 09:01 PM

    Thanks for sending to me

  • Jane Madren

    12/16/2020 06:40 PM

    An acquaintance of mine put a comment on Facebook that she’s been fielding calls about requesting her absentee ballot so she can vote in the Georgia election, and she’s also getting text messages. We’re from IOWA for goodness sake. This is just scary.

  • Paul Kern

    12/16/2020 06:16 PM

    I am one of many unhappy to see more of the Republicans coming out as RINO's
    My home state is Texas and I read where Dan Crenshaw came out in support of Biden along witn McConnell and some others.
    What a switch. Now calling Biden President before the lawsuits are settled and the final count on Jan. 6th.
    I fear that like McCain he will use his military service to play the many ignorant voters while following the marching orders of the CCP bosses who plan to rule.
    I am a Vietnam veteran and served in Navy. We knew all had to contribute or get mustered out.
    Many like him are showing where there true loyalties lie. They have forgotten the lessons of the past!
    Apparently the Swamp is infecting all in the capital.
    All I can do is continue in prayer. Now either God delivers us or we will be torn in two!

  • Valery Yeramianchuk

    12/16/2020 05:48 PM

    Let's wish the Democrats led by Biden a good Guantanamo Christmas!

  • Charles Simmons

    12/16/2020 03:10 PM

    All those alleged “investigations” apparently are just background info for upcoming tv series “How RICO clans stole America” and “While you were at work, Somebodies wrecked your country”

  • Carmine Fea

    12/16/2020 02:52 PM

    After witnessing corrupt US intelligence agencies, lying democrat members of congress, media efforts and lies to deceive the American people, and a false, corrupt impeachment all to remove Donald Trump from office, it is reasonable to assume there will be no prosecutions from Durham, there will be lies and exoneration of Hunter Biden, Trump is removed by a fraudulent election planned for years and known to people in the Swamp including people sworn to uphold the Constitution and the law.

  • Gregory Weinman

    12/16/2020 01:54 PM

    Private Manning committed a crime. His sentence was 35 years. President Obama did not pardon him instead commuting his sentence. Messrs. Assange and Snowden also committed crimes. Each should face charges. If convicted President Biden may commute their sentence.
    Both Messrs. Manning and Snowden had other alternatives before publishing their stolen documents. Neither took advantage of them. Neither deserve status as a whistle blower.

  • Stephen Russell

    12/16/2020 01:44 PM

    We Will NOT Comply:

    Return same to Dems for 4 Years
    Protest when needed
    petitions for
    , against issues
    Make our own Sanctuary Cities for X
    Revolt, rebel to Mandates, edicts by Locals
    Lets see how they like it for 4 years.
    ( IF Pres does not assume WH after election count done for this year)
    & hope President needles media day 1

    & Graham wont revoke Section 230 until Jan 2023?
    Why the wait & whats the issue
    Is Graham aiding Big Tech or what.
    & test Biden Admin or Harris Admin.
    & I read Biden under Fed Investigation ( Joe & Hunter).

    Can a Pres elect accused of crimes major, assume the White House?
    If Fed probes prove out on Biden.

    We Will NOT Comply.

  • Stephen Russell

    12/16/2020 01:27 PM

    Leftists Unity:

    o Payback after 4 years of BS+.
    o Say Unity then backstab Conservatives
    o Graham wont revoke Section 230 till Jan 2023?
    o Say Unity BUT Act otherwise
    o Via INDOC
    See under Indoc they cant be Flexible, adaptable thus Narrow focus & arguments.
    See Star Trek 2 Wrath of Kahn & Kirk outflying Enterprise to battle Kahn, 1982
    Via college Indoc the Left cant adapt for changing events.
    o Follow the Leader
    o Shut up & accept results when millions of ballots NOT counted.
    o Deny actions to ruin election: IE trashing ballots, etc.
    oBig Tech aids ALL the way.
    o Big Tech gave to Biden Harris.

    & I read Sen Graham wants to Revoke Section 230 but for Jan 2023?

    & more reasons why our Battle Cry is
    WE Will NOT Comply
    Or we Lose
    & they expect US to make Peace with them?

    See resturants closed nationwide by orders with NO science to back up & left at home?
    ALL politics

  • Stephen Russell

    12/16/2020 01:20 PM

    NV Ballot trashing by GOP:
    Can U verify ballot dumping by NV GOP?
    & for military ballots

  • Rick Locke

    12/16/2020 01:19 PM

    It truly pains me to write this but, I'm growing weary of donating to the conservative causes only to find out that nothing will happen to those who:
    * Stole the presidential election
    * Lied about Russia-gate
    * Delayed funding for those of us who are suffering under the the Covid cloud.

    Boys & girls - please finish SOMETHING!

  • Joseph Orsini

    12/16/2020 12:43 PM

    CONCUR with your comments on Durham. So many conservative voices had their hopes dashed by his producing NOTHING but dashed hopes.


    12/16/2020 12:29 PM

    Georgia Republicans GO VOTE! Save the Senate and Save Our Country

  • Carl T Smith

    12/16/2020 12:19 PM

    This entire election season and Assange/ Snowden are more examples of how the, LOOK over here at Russian Collusion, distracted EVERYONE about how DEEP the tentacles of China are embedded in the SWAMP! If even a tiny bit of what has so far been exposed about Dominion, etc. The Seeds of Revolution have been Planted! How far will America have to FALL before it occurs depends on how much the American people are willing to suffer! Seeing the revolution taking place in Democratic Strongholds is sending the wrong message to the right people. Those Who have accepted the OATH of office and the less than 2% who have shouldered arms to Protect & Defend are now a decidedly Minority and many of us are past our expiration date so when we pass the gates will be wide open for China to achieve it's stated Goal of being the Dominate World Power by 2025!

  • Mark Potvin

    12/16/2020 12:13 PM

    I agree with pardons for Snowden and Assange. When Clapper was caught lying after the Snowden data release, I began my trek into the political rabbit hole. Assange Wiki releases allowed me to follow up with actual emails and I am grateful. Without either of these gentlemen, I’d probably still be thinking I was getting true information from the main stream media.

  • Renee Kendrick

    12/16/2020 11:59 AM

    I am glad that someone agrees with my conclusion of the SCOTUS' rejection of the Texas lawsuit. 75 million voters...pretty much aborted!

    Roe v Wade resurrected slavery in America. The ruling gives over a child as property to its "mother" to kill it if she wants. It gives a "mother" ownership of the child, which, actually, is a totally separate person from the woman carrying it. (If the child was not a separate individual, then the woman would not be able to give birth.) Just as a slave owner had the right to kill a slave, a woman has the right to kill a child thanks to Roe v Wade.
    All I can say to women who are pro-abortion is that they are on this earth because their mommas chose life!

    60 million babies killed! Today, the majority of these babies could be active participants in the workforce and economy of America by paying taxes and spending wages earned. America set up it's own economic demise with Roe v Wade.

    I believe The Court's rejection of the Texas lawsuit has set the country's demise to communism. Many "thanks" to the 5 SCOTUS justices that voted not to hear the case!


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    12/16/2020 11:28 AM

    Hello from Alaska,

    For the life or me, I cannot understand how the authorities in Georgia are being allowed to use the compromised voting machines in the runoff/ This is Ridiculous.