The “Ukraine Quid Pro Quo Impeachment” story is collapsing so fast that trying to keep up with all the developments is like trying to provide real-time play-by-play of an empty building being imploded with TNT. I’ll try to roll the footage back, look at it in slo-mo, and fill you in a few things that have happened since…well, yesterday.
Let’s start with a must-see video. If the Democrats think Trump is going to let them use him as a punching bag, they must’ve been in a coma for the past three years (FYI, I could probably be convinced of that.) His campaign has already released a hard-hitting ad slamming Biden, the House Democrats and the media and claiming they’re trying to impeach him for wanting to investigate their corruption. It’s a hard point to refute, but Biden claims the ad shows Trump is “terrified.” Funny, he doesn’t sound terrified, especially not at the end, when he says, “I’m Donald Trump and I approved this message.” Something about the way he says makes you believe he really, really approves of it.
Join me tonight for an exciting new episode of “Huckabee” on TBN. The fireworks start early with my first guest, Judge Jeanine Pirro, who’ll discuss her new #1 bestseller, “Radicals, Resistance, and Revenge: The Left’s Plot to Remake America.” We’ll calm things down with a visit from Pastor Bill Johnson, who’ll tell us how his Bethel Church became a worldwide force for good. We’ll also have some hilarious comedy from Paul Harris, cook up something tasty with Hoyt Tidwell, and hear some amazing music from gospel legend Bill Gaither.
All this and more surprises await you tonight at 8 and 11 EST, 7 and 10 CST, and the same times on Sunday, on TBN. Just visit https://www.tbn.org/huckabee and click on the “WATCH” menu at the top to find all the ways to watch, from local cable and broadcast channels to streaming. You can also stream full previous episodes of “Huckabee” and see highlights. And be sure to check out all the Internet-only “Digital Exclusives,” like extended interviews and extra musical and comedy performances, all at https://www.tbn.org/huckabee
Margaret Atwood says "suck it up"
By Mike Huckabee
Attention, feminists suffering through hot protests in those uncomfortable “Handmaid’s Tale” costumes: Margaret Atwood, the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” told Esquire that President Trump is not creating the type of fascist, anti-woman society depicted in her book. She said if that were true, she wouldn’t even be able to give an interview in which he was criticized ( a good point for all the talking heads who keep calling Trump "dictator" and "Hitler" on national TV with no fear of reprisal.) When the interviewer tried to argue, citing an atmosphere of “divisiveness,” Atwood replied, "So suck it up! Why are you so afraid? No one is going to kill you right now. Anybody banging down your door?" (Actually, someone was banging down Tucker Carlson's door, but those were actual fascists from Antifa.)
This is refreshing to hear, and I hope it will help some of her fans who have swallowed the Kool-Aid to realize that Trump has overseen rising wages and more job opportunities for women while appointing more women to important Executive branch jobs than any other President in history. The only people committing genocide against females are abortionists. You can hang up the "Handmaid's Tale" costumes now. If you like cosplay, there’s always ComicCon.
DeBlasio back at it
By Mike Huckabee
You can tell that Bill DeBlasio has given up his quixotic dreams of the Presidency and is back on the job as New York City Mayor because the city’s urgent problems are finally being addressed:
Never mind homelessness, lack of affordable housing, ungodly traffic, sky-high taxes, uncollected garbage and thugs openly assaulting police officers. New York City officials have pinpointed and dealt with the real problem most plaguing the Big Apple. They’ve made it a crime, punishable by fines of up to $250,000, to refer to someone as an “illegal alien” “out of hate.” Wags immediately asked, “What if you say it out of love?”
My question would be, "What if you say it out of accuracy because it’s the correct legal term for an alien who is here illegally?" If someone broke into Gracie Mansion and took up residence in a guest room, would DeBlasio welcome his new “undocumented houseguest” or would he call the cops to report a burglar? And if he used the word “burglar,” could he be fined $250,000 for saying it “out of hate” if prosecutors were able to read his mind and determine his inner intentions?
I wanted to make sure you also read these comments:
The Left Has Gone Completely Insane Dept: It’s well established that “progressive” politics ruin everything they touch, from football to late night comedy shows. Now add to the list the combative and politically charged world of…knitting. I kid you not: this knit-wit yarn is actually true:
It’s about how the furious rage mobs of the knitter community sunk their needles into one of their own for being insufficiently “woke.” Read it and be agog at the depths to which “cancel culture” and social media outrage have sunk. And this isn’t the first time. As I previously reported, another knitting site banned any craft projects that might show support for Trump.
Never has the phrase “Why don’t you just tend to your knitting?” seemed more appropriate.
If the Democrats insist on pushing forward on their kamikaze impeachment crusade, this is a must-read column by Byron York on some major points you should know. Think of as being like reading the sports page before the big game, so you know what’s coming even if you’re expecting a blowout. That is, if there is a big game, and it doesn’t get canceled because of an unpredicted outbreak of sanity.
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"That he would grant you, according to the riches of his glory, to be strengthened with might by his Spirit in the inner man; That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye, being rooted and grounded in love."
- Ephesians 3:16-17
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