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July 29, 2023



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Isaiah 60:1


Today’s Huckabee Video Links

1. Here’s my appearance on Newsmax’s “John Bachman Now,” talking about the Trump indictments and how every time he’s hit with another one, his poll numbers go up.

2. With Eric Bolling on Newsmax, discussing several issues, from the unraveling of Hunter Biden’s plea deal to how Republicans can force Democrats to face the possibility of a Biden impeachment.

3. More discussion of the Biden investigation, this time on Fox Business News.

More charges against President Trump

Special counsel Jack Smith added three more charges against former President Trump to the 37 charges he’s already facing for possessing his own Administration’s documents. These are one count of “willful retention of national defense information” (don't ALL ex-Presidents retain national defense information?) and two counts of obstruction. Obstruction is the preferred fallback of overzealous federal prosecutors: if you can’t prove someone committed an actual crime, then charge them with trying to obstruct your investigation of the nonexistent crime.

Smith also charged another person, Mar-A-Lago maintenance man Carlos de Oliveira, with obstruction for allegedly attempting to delete surveillance video footage. He allegedly told another worker that the “boss” wanted the server wiped, and the other worker said he didn’t know how and didn’t think that would be allowed. So in short, federal charges against a regular working person over a secondhand claim that Trump wanted something done which apparently wasn’t done. De Oliveira is also being charged with making “false statements and representations in a voluntary interview with the FBI.” Michael Flynn could’ve told him never to give a voluntary interview to the FBI.

Trump reacted as you might expect to this latest pile of bananas loaded onto the banana republic express that’s running over him. He called the charges “ridiculous” and accused Smith of prosecutorial misconduct and “election interference at the highest level.” He said they’re harassing his company, his family and him, and "If I weren’t leading Biden by a lot in numerous polls, and wasn’t going to be the Republican nominee, it wouldn’t be happening.”

This is on top of reportedly looming indictments of Trump for allegedly inciting the January 6th riot by telling people to peacefully protest.

As usual, the Babylon Bee provides more truth than the real news does on this topic…

By the way, if the idea of all these indictments is to convince voters that Trump is a criminal (and not certain other Oval Office occupants we could name), it doesn’t seem to be working on too many people other than the cast of “The View.” A new Harvard-Harris poll of registered voters found that 56% believe the indictments of Trump by Biden’s DOJ are politically-motivated interference in the 2024 election, and 57% believe he’ll be acquitted. Only 44% believe it’s a “fair application of the law.” Allow me to introduce them to Hunter Biden’s plea deal.

Gerald Ford took a lot of heat for pardoning Richard Nixon, but he was wise enough to know that prosecuting former Presidents is the hallmark of tyrannies and it would do nothing but rip the country apart. Unfortunately, this Administration has ripped up over two centuries of tradition and is attempting to jail a former President because it has no wisdom nor any concern for the good of the nation as a whole. It just has a blind obsession with clinging to power at all costs.

Incidentally, I’m not a vindictive sort, but if I had Trump’s money, I would probably buy the houses on either side of Jack Smith’s home and turn one of them into a halfway house for recently-released drug addicts and the other into a free rehearsal space for local garage bands. If it’s a gated community with an HOA that bans that, I’d buy enough houses to take over the HOA and then assess Smith the maximum fines for every piddly infraction of the rules that I could possibly come up with. See how he likes it.

Two-tiered “justice”

Speaking of the politicized, two-tiered “justice” system in DC, President Biden’s spokeswoman claimed that he will not pardon his son, Hunter, which is a theory currently going around. This story has some of the responses to that, the most popular of which is that it won’t be necessary because nobody believes Hunter will get any more than a slap on the wrist anyway.

Supreme Court overrules activist court

The Supreme Court unanimously overruled an activist lower court and allowed the Mountain Valley natural gas pipeline project to continue. It was supposed to be completed in 2019 but has been delayed by endless legal challenges. To block the pipeline, the Fourth Circuit panel had to ignore the law. This is the West Virginia Pipeline that Sen. Joe Manchin risked his political career on when he agreed to vote for Biden’s “Inflation Reduction Act” (I can’t even type that without gagging.) 

This linked story has a lot more details, plus an explanation of why this whole thing has been handled really stupidly and why the House should impeach that Fourth Circuit Court panel.

Latest example

Sarah Arnold of calls this the latest example of Biden’s “put America last” agenda, and I have to agree. It’s an outrageous story of how Biden’s Defense Department refused to pay to transport the body of one of the 13 heroic US service members killed in his botched Afghanistan pullout to Arlington Memorial Cemetery, forcing her family to resort to an online fundraiser to cover the $60,000 cost. Shortly after, Biden approved giving another $400 million in aid to Ukraine.

Perfect illustration

This is a perfect illustration of how CNN anchors fool themselves into thinking they’re objective journalists with no political biases, just like fish have no idea that they live in water.


If your school has a hunting or archery program, the Biden Administration wants to hang a target on it.

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A House Judiciary subcommittee looks into the huge push to give “gender-affirming” drugs and surgery to minors

Wednesday, a House Judiciary subcommittee held a hearing into the huge push to give “gender-affirming” drugs and surgery to minors, even over parents’ objections and without their knowledge. Victims who’ve been irreparably harmed by this politically-motivated child abuse finally got a public forum to tell their heartbreaking stories.

Witnesses included 19-year-old detransitioner Chloe Cole, who was given a double mastectomy at 15. She said that her childhood, and that of thousands of others, was ruined by this “barbaric pseudoscience” that “needs to stop.” She said her body has been permanently altered, she has masculinized features, joint pain, immense scars, hot flashes, unknown fertility, and “I look in the mirror sometimes, and I feel like a monster.”

Cole said, “I didn't need to be lied to. I needed compassion. I needed to be loved. I needed to be getting therapy to help me work through my issues. Not affirmed to my delusion that by transforming into a boy, it would solve all my problems…”

"We need to stop telling 12-year-olds that they were born wrong, that they are right to reject their own bodies and feel uncomfortable with their own skin. We need to stop telling children that puberty is an option. That they can choose what kind of puberty they will go through just like they can choose what clothes to wear or music to listen to. Puberty is a rite of passage to adulthood, not a disease to be mitigated.”

A different type of victim of this cultural madness was witness Paula Scanlon, a former UPenn swimmer who had to share a locker room with “Lia” Thomas, the biologically male “trans” “female” swimming champion. She told how school officials told them that having Thomas on the team and in their showers was “non-negotiable,” and if they objected, then they were the problem and would be offered psychological services “to reeducate us to become comfortable with the idea of undressing in front of a male.” She said this was especially traumatic for women like her who had been victims of sexual assault.

She also said their freedom of speech was taken away (she wrote an op-ed on these issues for the student paper that was retracted without her knowledge.) Scanlon said, “Today, any discussion maintaining the sanctity of women's spaces is labeled transphobic, bigoted and hateful. What's bigoted and hateful is discrimination against women and the efforts to erase women and our equal opportunities, dignity and safe spaces."

Dr. Jennifer Bauwens of the Family Research Council has treated many kids with gender dysphoria, and she testified how “progressive” political activists have hijacked medicine to the point that out of 245 accepted treatments for depression, only one is allowed for depression related to gender confusion: change who you are. She later gave Fox News’ Laura Ingraham the best description I’ve heard so far of this psychotic epidemic of child abuse:

Gender dysphoria is a psychological condition that’s been turned into a human right.

Shame on the media outlets that refused to air or report on this hearing. And a big salute to these brave women for daring to speak truth to power, especially considering the threats of violence women have faced for opposing this alleged “marginalized” group that seems to be running our institutions and crushing anyone who gets in their way.


Government pressure on Facebook was responsible for censorship of Americans

Many liberals like to simply deny things that the rest of us can see with our own eyes, from the crisis on the border to Biden family corruption to government censorship of opposing views on the Internet. If it’s inconvenient for them, they simply claim it doesn’t really exist, or to use their popular term, it’s just a “rightwing conspiracy theory.” Well, explain this:

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan just released a trove of internal documents from Facebook and Instagram parent corporation Meta that show how the Biden Administration was aggressively leaning on Meta to censor posts during the pandemic. They used the rationale that those views were “misinformation” that had to be suppressed.

That article includes details about a senior Biden advisor being “outraged” that a humorous meme about the COVID vaccine hadn’t been removed yet, with more pressure brought to bear until it was. Other posts the White House demanded be censored included a video of Tucker Carlson. Not surprisingly, these officials showed zero concern for Facebook’s arguments that the posts violated no rules and that removing them would be an infringement of Constitutionally-protected free speech.

Jordan said the Committee had to threaten to hold Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in contempt to force him to hand over these documents, which ironically prove that government pressure was directly responsible for the censorship on Facebook. I wonder why Zuckerberg wouldn’t want that to be known? Either he has Stockholm Syndrome or they did a really good job of bullying him.

Assault By Battery

A big battery fire at a solar power farm in northern New York is filling the air with large amounts of smoke that may cause health risks. Aren’t you glad we’re protecting the environment by not using fossil fuels or building any nuclear plants instead?

Speaking of green energy schemes filling the air with toxic pollution, Tuesday night, a cargo ship loaded with about 3800 Mercedes Benz and BMW vehicles caught fire off the coast of the Netherlands. There were 23 people on board. One was killed, several injured. All have been evacuated, and there was a frantic effort to remove as many of the cars as possible. While the cause of the blaze is not yet certain, there were 25 electric vehicles on board, and it’s suspected that it was started by a battery fire.

So be sure to install one of those EV battery chargers in your garage ASAP!

Related: An investigation by Reuters claims that for years, Tesla secretly exaggerated the driving range of its vehicles. They reportedly rigged the dashboard software to give a “rosy” estimation of how many miles you had left on a charge that didn’t jibe with reality. Further, the company got so many complaints and service appointments from drivers who thought there was something wrong with their cars other than that they’d been misled, they set up a “Diversion Team” to cancel appointments and close the cases.

The story claims that in recent years, driving range has improved significantly, and you can trust them because…well, just trust them.


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  • Paul Kern

    07/29/2023 05:04 PM

    I like reading real news. Recently the left is trotting out the old lie that the Republican Party is the party of slavery. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! I just told the person I don't respond to haters. Ad Hominem attacks are on the upswing again.
    I wonder what "excuse" Hunters rich lawyers will use to try and play the judge.

  • James Johnson

    07/29/2023 04:07 PM


    The last sentence of the last article in this newsletter should be the label for the current class of Democrats in Congress and the President. "...Just trust them." They have no other facts to support their arguments, so they give none. They have done no studies because they are afraid of what they will find, so they do none. They never defend their positions with anything else but, "We only tell you the truth; believe us." They get away with this because their supporters are oblivious to information about the real-world news around them since their News sources don't cover it. In essence, they live in a bubble where the truth doesn't touch them, and most of them are not residents of coherent reality, so they smile, tilt their heads back and exhale the fumes.

    How can we fight that?

  • stephen russell

    07/29/2023 04:00 PM

    Trump charges outcomes

    Hire new Legal Team
    Goes to prison?
    Divides Nation
    US becomes a Non Democracy anymore