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The Future of MAGA: Sebastian Gorka with Victor Davis Hanson


Sebastian Gorka talks to Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, about the “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory, the real foreign collusion in American politics, and the future of RINOs in the Republican Party.

For more, check out Victor Davis Hanson’s article, ‘Collusion’ vs. Collusion.

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Hugh Hewitt: The Course of the Nation and the Georgia Senate Contest

Why does it matter so much to rule-of-law conservatives that Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler win their January 5 runoffs in Georgia?

Because control of the Senate depends on it.

If Perdue or Loeffler win—preferably both—Senate Majority Leader McConnell keeps his job.

If Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock both win, Charles Schumer becomes the majority leader. And he’s made his agenda very clear:

“Now we take Georgia, then we change America!”

If Schumer wins Senate control, he can indeed “change America” by beginning the undoing of the capstone achievement of McConnell’s steady, disciplined six years as majority leader: confirmation of three Supreme Court justices and 53 appeals court judges.

With Schumer as majority leader, expect a liberal assault on the Trump-McConnell legacy of a federal bench bolstered by constitutionalism.

Watch those contests in Georgia closely.

The future of the Senate and the course of the nation under a Biden administration will be decided there.

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Jerry Bowyer: Raphael Warnock Does Not Belong in the U.S. Senate

Video footage has emerged in recent days showing Georgia’s Democratic candidate for Senate, Rev. Raphael Warnock, preaching from the pulpit that Jesus was “a poor Palestinian” and a “peasant.”

It’s just not true. The archeological evidence shows that Nazareth and environs were reasonably prosperous. In addition, as a carpenter—a skilled artisan—his earning capacity was far above peasant level, especially since he grew up during a building boom when artisans were in very high demand.

“Palestine” was a name given by the Romans to humiliate the people of Israel after a nearly genocidal imperial crackdown against an independence movement. So, to call Jesus a Palestinian is to adopt the language of anti-Semitic Roman imperial propaganda.

Warnock should know better. Anyone who thinks that Jesus is a socialist is adding religious zeal to false doctrine and doesn’t belong in the U.S. Senate.

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Hugh Hewitt: Swalwell Should Resign

We now know that the California Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell is being investigated for his intimate relations with a Chinese spy.

The initial report came from Axios last week—but we’re sure to learn more as details emerge.

To speak in blunt terms: Rep. Swalwell got caught with his hand in a honeypot. He should resign immediately. If he does not resign immediately, Speaker Pelosi should demand that he resign his position on the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

One of the key accomplishments of the Trump administration was getting real about China—with the help of Secretary of State Pompeo and the National Security Advisor, the President awakened the nation to the very serious threat from the Chinese Communist Party.

We ought to do all we can to press back against the appeasers and more so against those who are compromised.

Swalwell, I should note, spent years downplaying the China threat and hyping a Russia collusion hoax.

We now know that the California democrat himself was compromised. We have indications that he was not the only one.

He should resign immediately.

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David Perdue: “Boycotting GA Senate Election Will Hand Keys to Democrats” with Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher talks with GA Senator David Perdue about the GA Senate runoff election on January 5th.  They discuss how Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez seek to win the GA Senate seats so that House Democrats will “not have to negotiate.”

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Jerry Bowyer: NASDAQ Has Gone Woke

The NASDAQ has gone woke. The stock exchange where investors can trade shares of mostly tech companies has put forward a set of rules that—if approved—will put arbitrary identity politics quotas on all the companies traded on their platform.

Those quotas could include having two board members who “self-identify” as women or as LGBT … or as part of an “underrepresented minority.”

The truth is no minority is more underrepresented in big tech than conservatives. Woke capital is obsessed with sexual and racial minorities. But not viewpoints minorities such as conservatives. Actual diversity does not matter to them. Identity politics comes first, always.

In addition to being a stock exchange, NASDAQ is also a publicly-traded company itself. That means that it, too, is beholden to its shareholders. Maybe it’s time for those shareholders to get involved and demand an explanation for a decision which will likely drive customers to the competition.

I’m Jerry Bowyer.

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