May 18, 2020


Thanks to the hundreds who replied to my Sunday commentary, actually a transcript of my monologue from the weekend's HUCKABEE show on TBN. I sense the awakening of a sleeping giant --- a vast number of Americans who have not been brainwashed by the media, who see through what was done during the Obama years and into the current administration to try to sabotage Trump and certain members of his team, and who have had enough of the lies. I'd like to highlight a few of these letters, including one from my own writer/researcher who posted a comment herself:

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From Laura Ainsworth:

I just had to answer your Sunday commentary. MAGNIFICENT, Governor. I agree with every word. But here's something just as scary as what these people tried to do: After reading your commentary, just as an experiment, I picked a general news outlet at random, Yahoo News, and looked to see what stories they had posted about this. I scrolled down, down, down...down...down some more...and finally found SOMETHING related to it.

The story: Jerry Nadler was going to investigate Barr's decision to drop the case against Flynn. THAT WAS IT. The media are going to ignore this travesty --- and, yes, it is the biggest political scandal in our lifetimes, perhaps ever --- and they will cover it up just as surely as they spread the intel community's lies in the first place. It will be like swimming upstream in Niagra Falls to get the story out there, even with incontrovertible evidence. I'm up for the task, though!

From the Gov:

We all need to be up for this. It's going to be a fight to be heard. Believe it or not, I was challenged by host Howard Kurtz on Sunday’s MEDIA MATTERS about whether the media really are ignoring the Mike Flynn case, as I have charged. (He was kidding, right?) “Haven’t there been plenty of stories about the President’s accusations [about the unmasking of Gen. Flynn, etc.] and the response from the Obama people?” he asked me.

"NO,” I said, “not on balance.” I tried to paint the picture of what the reaction would be if such actions had been taken by the Trump people or the Bush people against a Democrat administration, which as we all know would be screaming-at-the-sky hysterical. The story would be Page 1 EVERY SINGLE DAY. It would knock the coronavirus right off the front page. No, this has NOT been the major story it should be --- and WOULD be if Obama had been the victim. But, no, with Trump, It has been just the opposite. After years of carrying water for Brennan, Comey, and the rest, breathlessly telling lies fed to them about a made-up Russian conspiracy, the media are still lying. Still looking the other way. Still helping shape the narrative for the likes of John Brennan, Ben Rhodes, and Glenn Simpson. They should be ashamed, but they are unrepentant, proudly displaying their worthless Pulitzer Prizes.

Even when there is a story about this scandal, as with the example you give from Yahoo News in your comment above, it’s placed there to try to chip away at the facts or make light of what has happened. Why, suddenly, unmasking the names of Americans is no big deal, “business as usual.” This wasn’t about politics –- they were trying to protect us, and our sacred electoral process, against Russia! Why the FBI does this all the time. Well, let me tell you if this is what the FBI does all the time --- going around the Constitution and established procedure, launching bogus counterintelligence investigations, setting perjury traps for members of the incoming administration, withholding evidence and coercing guilty pleas, then we need to scrap the whole lot of them.

But I’ve heard from enough former law enforcement and military personnel who are mortified by what has happened to believe it most certainly is NOT “business as usual,” or at least wasn’t supposed to be. (I've included a couple of their replies among the additional comments that follow.) If the intel bureaucracy has lost its way, this is the time to get back on track --- with accountability, including criminal punishment --- and the investigation by U.S. Attorney John Durham MUST be the first step in that process.

From Rev. Charles Pollak, Captain USN (Retired):

Your comments are strong indeed, and many will criticize you for them. But I absolutely agree with you and share your assessments. I am a Naval Academy graduate and served 26.5 years after graduation, including four years in command of a nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine. I also served as the chief of the JCS office of Strategic Negotiations during the Nixon-Ford years. I have briefed the Congress and the White House on many occasions. Never once did I experience the kind of TREASON we are presently witnessing. May God help us!

From Dee Carter:

Mike, I could not agree with you more! Regardless of where the chips fall, they must fall. Regardless of what high office a person has held, the integrity and freedom of our nation should take top priority! If it means a former President (or Presidents) are tried and imprisoned, then so be it. One of them, as well as his Secretary of State, made the statement that no one is above the law. Well, let’s use that statement to flush out the deep state and return our Country to one based on honesty, integrity, freedom, and the Constitution.

From L. Cmdr. Laurie Keiski USN (Ret.)

I believe this started not in 2016 but rather in 2008. The election of either Obama or Clinton was to be the start of America’s transformation. Trump and the voters just got in the way after seeing 8 years of Obama. The attempted coup was to get things back on track.

From Beverly Barton:

Thank you, Mike, for saying what the rest of us know as well. You are a hero. Not many with a platform will even speak of this. Our country is in grave danger of political correctness, a disease far worse than coronavirus. May God be with you.

From Ralph Paulus:

Could President Richard Nixon have gotten away with Watergate if he would have had a FISA warrant from FBI and CIA? They thought the DNC was colluding with Cuba.... seems to be all similar except Obama threw up a legal smokescreen and prosecuted people after the wiretapping and no evidence of collusion.

From Sam Sayger:

I've never read a better comment on this subject. In fact of the matter, yours is the only comment that I've ever really understood and believed on the subject. Thanks so very much for your comments. Please keep it up.

From Don Crumbley:

Gov. Amen!!!!! Best Sunday sermon I have heard in many years. It is time for Lady Justice to prevail and right the wrongs in the worst political crime in our history.


Frustration continues to rise between people, mostly in blue states, who are desperate to get back to work and political leaders who keep indefinitely extending lockdown orders that were supposed to be temporary, just to “flatten the curve” of initial cases. Now, they’re talking of keeping their economies shut down until there’s a vaccine or a cure, or until there is a cure for their own insanity.

It is likely that if the lockdowns end, there will be a rise in coronavirus cases (although some of that is undoubtedly due to more testing identifying people who already carried the virus and showed no symptoms.) But it has never been feasible at any previous point in history to try to end a pandemic by ordering everyone to hide in their rooms for years until it goes away. People have to get out and work, and when they do, some will be exposed to the virus. But we are now more prepared to deal with it, we know more about treating it, and hospitals won’t be overwhelmed. We also know who is most vulnerable (the elderly and people with underlying serious health problems), so we can shelter them while the rest of us get on with life while following reasonable precautions.

But the one thing we’ve never had at any previous point in history is a highly-politicized, utterly hysterical mass media, working 24/7 to fling blame and gin up panic. For instance, when the Republican Governors of Florida and Georgia refused to go along with the never-ending lockdowns, the media painted them as crazy, mass death-dealing monsters soon have blood on their hands (I don’t think they understand how this virus works.)

Dana Milbank at the Washington Post was especially unhinged, railing that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp had “a bold plan to turn his state into the place to die,” “America’s #1 death destination” and predicting that the “coronavirus will burn through Georgia like nothing has since William Tecumseh Sherman.”

While it’s still too soon to say we’re out of danger, and the virus could return in a second wave, as of last week, new cases in Georgia had dropped 12% from the previous week. They were also down by 14% in Florida and 10% in South Carolina. In fact, yesterday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Health Secretary Alex Azar said that while it’s still early and we need to continue monitoring and testing, the government is not seeing a spike in cases in places that have reopened. Ironically, they are still seeing spikes in some places that are closed.

Of course, this hasn’t quelled the media hysteria, although it is rather selective. For instance, Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has a much better record than New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, whose wrongheaded policies (forcing nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients, suing to prevent other states from barring New Yorkers from visiting) are largely responsible for much of the spread and death toll. Yet DeSantis has been excoriated while Cuomo has been praised to the skies. And as the Washington Free Beacon points out, while Gov. Kemp was being savaged by the media for opening up his state’s economy, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis (D.), who did the same thing, was praised for confidently blazing his own trail in “taking the first steps toward a new normal.”

If you’re wondering what the difference is, here’s a clue: go back and look at the letter after Polis’ name.

This is why I’ve said that the politicization of the news media and rampant Trump Derangement Syndrome may be more destructive epidemics than any virus.


By “Huckabee” writer/pop culture historian, Pat Reeder 

Once again, it’s my sad duty to report the passing of three celebrities who’ve brought us many hours of entertainment in their varied fields.

Roy Horn of the magic duo Siegfried & Roy died on May 8th at 75 of complications from the coronavirus. Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller credited the team with proving that magicians could be a top headline act in Las Vegas. Siegfried and Roy were also known for their work in saving endangered white tigers and lions, some of which appeared in their shows. The duo retired in 2003 after Horn was badly injured by a tiger and suffered a stroke.

Phyllis George has also passed away in a Kentucky hospital at 70, after a long battle with a blood disorder. She was a native of Denton, Texas, and a fellow alumnus of my school, the University of North Texas, so I can personally assure you she was definitely a favorite daughter of the Lone Star State. As smart and talented as she was beautiful, she was Miss Texas 1970, Miss America 1971, and a pioneer in women’s sports broadcasting, joining “The NFL Today” in 1975. She said she got a lot of hate mail from people who thought women shouldn’t cover men’s sports, but she opened the door for a generation of female sports reporters.

Finally, as a comedy writer, I’m very sad to report that Fred Willard has died of natural causes at 86. His family said he died peacefully and was active to the end. His amazing gift for improv comedy was on display for over six decades in hundreds of TV shows and classic movies, including “Austin Powers,” “This is Spinal Tap,” both “Anchorman” movies, and Christopher Guest’s “mockumentary” films. His most famous role is as the unfiltered dog show announcer in “Best of Show” (his lines were edited down from his own ad libs), but my favorite is the hilarious but oddly touching “Waiting for Guffman.”

Willard first came to public attention as part of the Ace Trucking Company comedy team that hit TV in the ‘60s (you might remember Ray “You can call me Ray Jay” Saludo from that group.) He also co-hosted NBC’s “Real People.” But his improvisational genius really started to shine as Martin Mull’s sidekick on “Fernwood 2 Night.” In a business that lionizes youth, Willard’s stature grew throughout his 50s, 60s and 70s, as he became a sought-after actor and talk show guest/sketch comic, from "Roseanne" to “Everybody Loves Raymond” to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to over 100 appearances on Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show.”

Willard was considered not only one of the funniest men in show business, but one of the nicest. He lost interest in performing after Mary Willard, his wife of 50 years, died in 2018. But Kimmel urged him to appear in a sketch, and the laughs and support he received brought him out of his depression, and he continued performing until the very end. Rest in peace, and thanks for the many, many, many laughs.

Here are some tributes from his fellow performers.


Kevin McCullough at has an excellent column on how the lockdown dictators have already lost the public, along with several court decisions, despite their ever-more-ironfisted attempts to force compliance (take a look at this past weekend’s photos of crowds at beaches, restaurants and even New York City bars to see how quickly their authority is breaking down – and no matter how many criminals they let out of jail, there’s still not enough room in there to lock up all the rest of us.)

The public complied as long as they believed it was for the general good. But when petty dictators started letting their love of exerting power show, creating pointless rules and enforcing them by stepping on people’s rights and bullying them while claiming it’s “for your own good,” that’s when they started losing the public. The sentiment now seems to be, “We will be responsible, and we will protect the vulnerable, but we are going back to work, so get out of our way.”

There could be a silver lining in the long run. Americans got a bitter taste of what it’s like when you give power to people who love exerting it (the #1 trait of the “progressive” left.) And the “Democratic” socialists are learning how badly it would go for them if they ever did seize power and started trying to force their agenda on Americans.

By the way, don’t think you can count on the police and the military to side with you against their fellow Americans. If New Jersey’s Governor can’t even get the cops to close down a gym, good luck convincing them to raid every house in America to take away all the guns.

It was going pretty well for the left as long as they were nudging Americans toward socialism incrementally. The frog hadn’t quite realized how much the pot was heating up. But the coronavirus crisis got them so over-excited that they cranked the burner up to Maximum Heat, and now, the frogs are out of the pan and jumping all over the place. Let’s hope the voters remember this lesson come November and send the frog-boilers packing for good.


Great commentary on the left’s exploitation of COVID-19 panic to impose their anti-freedom agenda and use it as an excuse to “literally ruin the entire world,” from the NBA to movies to kids’ soccer games. It’s by Nick Searcy, an actor so good that he continues to work in Hollywood despite writing hilariously un-PC things like this.


Since they never seem to have anything better to do, Democrats in Congress are having another of their regular hair-on-fire fits, demanding White House records and threatening more investigations and impeachment hearings, after President Trump fired State Department Inspector General (IG) Steve Linick on the recommendation of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. They accuse Trump of firing Linick because he was reportedly investigating whether Pompeo had a political appointee perform personal tasks for him. Funny, I don’t remember the Democrats being this exercised when Bill Clinton fired all the federal prosecutors. Or for that matter, wanting to impeach him after he used a political appointee to perform…ahem, “personal services” for him.

I don’t know if the firing was justified or not, but even Nancy Pelosi admitted that Trump has the power to fire members of the executive branch, before going on to piously lecture, “The President’s late-night, weekend firing of the State Department Inspector General has accelerated his dangerous pattern of retaliation against the patriotic public servants charged with conducting oversight on behalf of the American people. Inspector General Linick was punished for honorably performing his duty to protect the Constitution and our national security, as required by the law and by his oath."

Pardon my skepticism, but knowing what we now know about how some “patriotic public servants” honorably performed their oversight duty and protected the Constitution when investigating this Administration, I’d wonder how anyone could say that with a straight face, if it weren’t being said by Nancy Pelosi.

It doesn’t help that when other media outlets describe Linick as the “fourth government watchdog” fired by Trump, they don’t tell you who the other "watchdogs" were. One was Michael Atkinson, who bent the rules like a pretzel to classify third-hand gossip as a legitimate whistleblower complaint, setting off the divisive, expensive and ridiculous “Ukraine scandal” that led to the impeachment debacle. So as to whether Mr. Linick’s firing was unjustified or not, I shall withhold judgement until I know more facts.

Of course, not knowing the facts never stopped Sen. Mitt Romney from rushing to the cameras to criticize his own Party’s President. Romney immediately declared Linick’s firing to be a "threat to accountable democracy." Funny, you know what I’d consider a threat to accountable democracy? Voting to overturn a national election by impeaching a President based on an unproven allegation that’s not even an impeachable offense. But then, who’d do something that irresponsible?

I could link to Mitt’s comments on this story, but it’s more fun to show you some of his previous comments, set to music, as a reminder to his new fans in the liberal media that his much-vaunted principles are firmly set in quicksand.

P.S. Democrats: “It’s shocking, outrageous, an assault on democracy and possibly an impeachable offense for a President to fire an inspector general! Unless that President is Obama, of course…”


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  • Anne Turner

    05/18/2020 11:40 PM

    Governor, I hope you are right the people are seeing through the machinations of the media. I find it amusing when I as a liberal if the ever watched FOX. The answer has mostly, no, I could not watch those liars. I have actually watched the likes CNN and MSNBC, etc. so ?I can see what they. If you have never watched FO.x how can you know anything about it. This ignorance never ceases to amaze me. I really would like to see all the lies listed but that doesn’t seem to happen. As predicated, Barr says unlikely Obama and Biden will be indicted. The how can you indict others who were probably doing what they were told to do? They better hurry if anything is to be done as if the DNC prevails that will be the end of it. I do hope if people are to be prosecuted they send swat teams in the middle the night with full media notification.

  • Les Bledsoe

    05/18/2020 10:57 PM

    Governor, what did you think of Rex Nelson's op-ed in the Arkansas-Democrat Gazette in Sunday's edition? Enjoy getting your e-mails.

  • William Anthony

    05/18/2020 10:56 PM

    Senator Mitt Romney helped the US Olympic team and organization make a profit on a winter olympics. Look at the huge deficit when Greece hosted a modern olympics. Look at the pierced concrete and metal from the Sarejevo (Yugoslavia, Serbia with the help from Montenegro) olympics from later great unrest. Look at all the former warsaw pact members whom never received permission to visit the fine city of los angeles, california for an olympics. Look at all of the nato members who chose not to travel to a fine russian olympics. Sometimes inclusion wins an election. Sometimes exclusion wins an election. I with Senator Mitt Romney and Former Governor Huckabee a fine day.

  • Dana Sterling

    05/18/2020 10:54 PM

    Gov, once again, you're spot on! Fortunately the market rallied today around 4% but unfortunately the integrity of the justice department sold off 100%! I am outraged at the AG's announcement of pardoning Obama & Biden over the Flynn case which is a precursor to not only letting the rest of the felons off but further promoting the degridation of the Constitution! Are we to just accept that the government eleite calss can continue this path without reprocusion? Is there nothing WE THE PEOPLE can do do eject these poeple from office in part or whole? IMO, this makes the COVID virus and Al Capone look like choir boys! I'm mad as hell and I demand justice! Clinton, Obama, Biden, Holder, and the list goes on, should be prosecuted the fullest extent of the law!!! If that ever happens, I hope there's a slight breeze whistling over the gallows...

  • Paul Roberson

    05/18/2020 10:33 PM

    STOP THE PELOSI PORK she tries to add to bills!

  • James Evart

    05/18/2020 10:20 PM

    Who was the one (1) Republican in Congress who voted for this latest Democratic aid bill throwing money that we don't have at Democratic pork barrel items???????

  • Jim Lyon

    05/18/2020 10:04 PM

    Pandemic is just dem inside panic.
    And, you can always tell a democrat, just not much.

  • Steve Willmann

    05/18/2020 10:03 PM

    One thing when talking about the things the left go after and that they have no feelings of guilt, I feel they do have guilt feelings driven by all the dirt the deep state has on them. This includes the press. Hoover used intel to get his way and if we believe his death ended FBI leadership from doing this we are mistaken. I think they control these politicians and the press and because of this can get them to do and say crazy things. Why would sane people talk and act the way they do unless there is a way to force them to. Don't play for us you will pay for it type politics.

  • Tim Zahn

    05/18/2020 09:42 PM

    Our draconian, democratic governor in New Mexico has put in place re opening rules for both churches and businesses. One rule for churches is no choir or congregational singing. Another will require all restaurants to take names, phone numbers, physical and email addresses of all customers and employees entering the restaurant. This is ridiculous and a TOTAL POWER GRAB. So much for the "land of the free" in New Mexico. Here's link to a web site to her re opening "manifesto".

  • Patrick Wentworth

    05/18/2020 09:42 PM

    It’s only possible with our current “main stream media” that Gov. Cuomo can be praised for his total ineptitude handling of the virus. Sending infected people into nursing homes needlessly killed thousands. We don’t have a true pandemic - just a regional one. New York City accounts a 10% of all virus related deaths in the entire world!

    And while some of the socialist democrat governors want to confiscate guns, they should remember that there are approximately 300 million guns out there in the hands of people with over a trillion rounds of ammunition. While folks on their side have trouble figuring out which bathroom to use.

  • Stephen H. Thomas

    05/18/2020 09:19 PM

    After reading the newsletter this evening... I was seeing red, steam blowing out my ears, feeling flushed, frustrated and ANGRY!!!
    Then, for the 3rd time today, I read Romans 11:36.
    The anger evaporated, the ill feelings abated, and I felt peaceful and HAPPY!!!
    I am so glad you started including verses at the end of your newsletters as it really puts things in perspective.

  • Virginia G. Moore

    05/18/2020 08:54 PM

    Mike, I love music but I get so frustrated when the music is louder than the person speaking or singing! I just give up on it. This is what happened when you put Mitt Romney's comments to music. This also happens in some movies. It makes me think they don't have a good script or story & are covering it up with music.

  • April Swader

    05/18/2020 08:36 PM

    I think it's time we, the American people, come together and demand something be done and someone held accountable for these treasonous actions. I think a whole slew of these liberals/socialists need to be in jail. Nothing short of that will be acceptable this time.

  • Tim Bashor

    05/18/2020 08:20 PM


    I’m getting tired of hearing the same old story about the Wuhan virus; Social Distancing, wearing masks, and this is “the new normal.” I even hear this drum beat from you of all people. There is another point of view that needs a hearing. Many of us out hear are not hiding behind masks or in our homes. We are continuing with our lives (as much as possible given all the restrictions that ALL of our politicians are levying on us). We don’t use masks because masks dangerously damage our lungs and keep good bacteria and viruses out that would strengthen our immune systems while capturing bad bacteria and recycling it over and over again in our lungs. This point of view is not a wacko idea but accepted by thousands of physicians around the world based upon our bodies natural and God given immune system. Please stop ignoring us this. If we have a resurgence, a large part of it will be because of (not despite) these so called protective measures that the hysterical media and politicians are pushing on the public.


    Tim Bashor
    Major, USMC Retired
    Diplomat, Retired

  • Mary Louise Scott

    05/18/2020 08:19 PM

    Thanks Gov for a great program and for your willingness to state it as it is......... I always trust your comments and direction. Today, 5/18/20 I was disturbed about a comment made by AG Barr in that O and Biden may not receive criminal prosecution......for the proven idea they are responsible. I was disheartened and sad...........I do hope and pray I misunderstood or that this is so not true. They do need to be held accountable (others in this drama as well) and not just a hand slap.........the real accountability...........if not I"m very afraid the people of this country will lose total hope in the system of justice and be extremely disappointed in the two guys working on this. Plus it is difficult to say how some will react........we don't want something really stupid to happen and someone(s) gets hurt. Perhaps I'm jumping the gun here and I don't mean too.......... God IS control and I know all things work together as they should. Thanks for listening.

  • Al Gagne

    05/18/2020 08:16 PM

    Atty. Gen. Barr sent a letter out to all the Federal Prosecutors in every state to pay attention to civil rights violations taken by states, cities, counties, etc.

    I have yet to see any of them chime in or file suit to the antics going in in numerous states, to wit; MI, CA, LA, PA, NJ, IL to name a few.

    A federal lawsuit alleging violation af several amendments to the Constitution, especially our right to liberty under the first, arrests and fines in violation of the 4th & fifth amendments would really break this ridiculous lockdown in a hurry.

  • Craig Nichols

    05/18/2020 08:11 PM

    I am surprised that not even gov huckabee has compiled a time line of the malpractice from the governors' office in albany, ny. From the march 25 executive order placing recovering covid 19 patients in nursing homes creating more nursing deaths than any state in the nation.
    How about needing 30,000 ventilators? How about 660 million spent on field hospitals that weren't needed. Taxing volunteers wages from out of state for helping with ny stupidity.
    Stay in shelter! because 66% of new covid cases are caused by sheltering in place.
    NY allocated 500 million in the 2019 budget for healthcare for illegals, but now cry they're broke and can't pay police and fire who they openly mock.
    NY is a microcosm of the US if Democrats gain control in the 2020 election.

  • Marlene Welch

    05/18/2020 07:45 PM

    FATHER, WE ASK IN THE NAME OF JESUS THAT ALL WILLFUL WORKERS OF WICKEDNESS be removed from positions of power, prominence and prestige. Open the eyes of those being deceived and place people who stand for your righteous cause in the high places of government and influence. Amen

  • James Drury Jr

    05/18/2020 07:41 PM

    Thanks Mike & Staff. Trump and his people needs to play extra hard ball.

  • Kathy Ferguson

    05/18/2020 07:34 PM

    Governor, the first thought that ran through my head when I read your comment on how Nancy Pelosi could say what she did with a straight face was this...”Easy, her face is plastic” ... #Sorry, not sorry.

  • Dan Elswick

    05/18/2020 07:28 PM

    Governor Huckabee,
    Enjoy you daily newsletter and my wife and I watch you on TBN.

    Very little press lately that the SCOTUS voted 9-0 upholding the rule of law that NO assistance should be given to illegal aliens. And doing so is a FELONY.

    Thus, are not the Governors of California and Maryland committing a felony by providing stimulus checks to illegal aliens. Also the 207 democrats plus one House members probably committed a felony by including illegal alien funds in their new COVID-19 bill. As the bill will not be passed by the senate, this may be a moot point, but it should stop the bill on the grounds of it being illegal. Is it too much to ask that our House, the so called people’s house’ know the law.

    Your thoughts?

  • Ronda Boren

    05/18/2020 07:18 PM

    Dear Governor Mike Huckabee,
    I always hear reports of several Congressman/Senators don't pay income taxes. Uncle Sam deducts payroll taxes, social security, Medicare etc from my paychecks before I even receive my check.
    Are taxes, social security, Medicare etc deducted from their paychecks, if not, why not???? Also, essential workers, nurses are getting laid off, why are they still receiving their non-essential paychecks??????
    Thanks, Ronda

  • KeoniBoy

    05/18/2020 07:13 PM

    News Flash: AG #BarrGate says today 5/18 there ain't gonna be no DOJ investigations or prosecutions of #ObamaGate or #BidenGate. There Goes The Old Ball Game, unless POTUS appoints a Special Counsel himself outside of the rotted out so-called justice system sick joke! We respectfully nominate Mr Mayor Rudy G. Stay tuned...

  • Rick talley

    05/18/2020 07:08 PM

    Hey Governor
    Barr is already saying obama and biden are untouchable. Will he be the next to go. Don't sound like we are going to get justice from him. Maybe you should lobby for barrs' job.

  • david f huckabee

    05/18/2020 07:03 PM

    hey MR H. saw a flash news notice that DUE UNIVERSITY & UN CAROLINA both have announced they have a possible VACCINE for the CV-19 VIRUS. that makes sense, since they both were working on the VIRUS CELL ENGINEERING years ago. not sure of ANY of the students in the LAB back then were CHINESE EXCHANGE STUDENTS. in the past I read that the CIA paid UNC to use their LAB. there has to be MORE to these interconnected STUDIES, GOVERNMENT MONIES, LAB WORK, perhaps some some CELL ENGINEERING MODIFICATIONS were made DELIBERATELY? somebody KNOWS some BIG SECRETS. maybe WE AMERICANS have been LAB RATS for a long time and will be in the future.