March 3, 2020

Today's Edition



Once again, the persistence of conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch has finally paid off. D.C. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth has granted their request to depose Hillary Clinton about her emails and Benghazi attack documents. Not only that, but he's allowed the depositions of Hillary’s IT technician, her former chief of staff Cheryl Mills, and two other State Department officials.

"I give kudos to Judicial Watch,” House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes said to Tucker Carlson on Monday. “They have been tough. They’ve stayed on this. That’s what we have to do in this town. These people don’t just lie down. They don’t go away. You have to fight them every single step of the way.”


With gratitude,

Mike Huckabee

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Prayers for Nashville

By Mike Huckabee

I woke up this morning to the tragic news of the devastating tornado that struck last night near downtown Nashville. It occurred in the middle of the night when most people were asleep and couldn’t hear any warnings. It was described as an EF-3 level tornado that went through a heavily-populated area. The communities of Mt. Juliet and Germantown were hit particularly hard. At this writing, I’ve heard unconfirmed reports that there are nine people dead, along with major destruction and power outages, although it’s still too early to assess the damage. There’s more information at this link, but there will be bulletins coming throughout the day.

Please join me in praying for the victims and that there are no more casualties. For those of you who have expressed concern: so far, I haven’t heard of anyone in the “Huckabee” TV family who was hit, although some were close enough to the tornado’s path to hear it roar past. One staffer was evacuated to a shelter and is “safe but shaken.” Our TBN studio is in Hendersonville, just north of downtown Nashville, and was untouched.

The Red Cross has already set up a shelter for those who have lost their homes. To help, you can make a donation at I’m sure Samaritan’s Purse will also be there, and you can help them at Thank you for your prayers and donations.


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I wanted to make sure you also read this:

Today is Super Tuesday, when primaries are held in 14 states and American Samoa. By this time tomorrow (assuming the Democrats have figured out how to count ballots), we should have a clearer idea of whether Joe Biden is really back in the race or if South Carolina was just a fluke; whether Democratic primary voters actually believe Bernie Sanders is going to help workers just because his ideas are straight out of The Daily Worker; and whether it really is possible for Mike Bloomberg to buy a shot at a major party Presidential nomination by running more ads than My Pillow.

One person who will definitely not be coming out of Super Tuesday a winner is Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who dropped out of the race on Monday (too bad if you already voted for her in early voting!) and endorsed Joe Biden. Pete Buttigieg also endorsed Biden, but it took him a couple of days. As usual, President Trump had a hilarious comment, suggesting that these candidates are being promised jobs in a Biden Administration in exchange for their endorsements. Trump said, “That’s called a quid pro quo. QUID!...PRO!...QUO!”

If you’re a Democrat, I urge you to turn out and vote for the loser of your choice. And Republicans, even though Trump is likely a given for the nomination (barring a last-minute surge by Rocky da la Fuente), you should also vote. Not only to make your voice heard, and to scare the media with the pro-Trump turnout, but also because your local races matter. This is true for both parties!

Case in point: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in the House of Representatives now because voters in her solid blue New York district thought incumbent Joe Crowley was a shoo-in, so the primary didn’t matter. AOC’s partisans showed up at the polls, and she now has a national platform for her dangerous socialist nonsense, thanks to just 15,897 voters, about the same number as the population of Durant, Oklahoma. Her 4,000-vote winning margin was smaller than the population of Prairie Grove, Arkansas. The population of her district is 706,440 people. I'll bet a lot of them wish now that they'd showed up to vote in the last primary so they'd actually have a Congressional Representative.

It’s not too late to do some last-minute research into the candidates. Your local newspaper’s website probably has information on all of them, perhaps even with the editors’ endorsements, which you can take as a cue to vote for or against their pick, based on what you think about their editorials.

It’s important to vote in primaries because it’s not enough just to elect someone with the correct letter after their name in parentheses. Republicans held the House during Trump’s first two years, but stymied much of Trump’s agenda. Then Democrats took over and ignored all pressing issues in favor of impeachment uber alles. You can’t just have power in the hands of your party. It needs to be trusted to the right people in your party. That’s up to you, by turning out and casting an informed vote in your local primary races.

Bible Verse of the Day (KJV)

"Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord,
and whose hope the Lord is.
For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters,
and that spreadeth out her roots by the river,
and shall not see when heat cometh,
but her leaf shall be green;
and shall not be careful in the year of drought,
neither shall cease from yielding fruit."

- Jeremiah 17:7-8

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  • Darlene F. Donston

    03/03/2020 02:48 PM

    Just thought I would add something as we were so shocked when our Daughter Kathy that lives in Franklin texted Howard this morning at 4:00am about the tornado! Thank the Lord she, Mike, Kaylee and Kaytlyn are ok. Kaylee and her cat Bodie have an apartment in Franklin and they were ok, she did go to work, but The Kenny Co. was closed so she was the only one there today as they needed someone, Kaytlyn lives at home but since Belmont U. was ok, she went to school this morning. On the other hand when Mike got to work a co-worker had lost his home. A tree went through it. Terrible and for the people who lost their lives. There must have been a lot of people in Nashville last night though because the Predators were playing but that was not over until around 11:00pm because we were here at home watching the game. Also, our daughter said that it struck along the 40 and Mt. Juliet and then about Crossville it went North as usual. Missed us over here in E. TN as we are in Loudon's Tellico Lake and Vllage. We had nothing, except our usual rain and it was not a hard rain. We got no warnings at all and we always do if there is a storm around or coming. Our son that lives in Lenoir City had thunder and lightening this morning and he is about 20 min away, we got nothing as usual. We have not had any really bad storms since living here except for the very first summer 2013! Knock on Wood! Well, that is my story and I am sticking to it! After seeing all those homes that were destroyed on FB in Go Preds is still so shocking! Glad to see President Trump is going to come see the destruction!
    I just love Tom Fitton and Judicial Watch! They do such good work for us! So glad that Hillary will have to testify! It is time she paid for everything she has done since Arkansas. Actually she was not liked during the Nixon mess either! She does need to see the inside of a Prison!

  • Bill Sanner

    03/03/2020 11:30 AM

    I especially enjoy reading articles penned by Laura Ainsworth. While i understand that many articles in this newsletter are her prose, it's still great to read her writings with her voice. And what a voice! You should have her sing on your television show sometime. I expect that your ratings will skyrocket! Just saying.

  • Floyd A Unger

    03/03/2020 11:06 AM

    We must continue to hear the truth. Thank you.

  • Lois Robeson

    03/03/2020 10:45 AM

    How can we believe anything will happen with Hillary? She will most likely say she doesn't remember anything more times than her years on this earth! It's amazing that she's able to get up and feed herself every morning.

  • Fredricka Cecile

    03/03/2020 10:42 AM

    You are absolutely right about voting. The republicans had the house for 2 years and could have help President Trump but they didn't. Shame on them. Now they are on his band wagon.
    Wake up America and Vote whenever the polls are open.