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Trump’s Agenda 47 declares war on campus Left, introduces ‘The American Academy’
Talk is cheap. Rather than joining the chorus of outrage against indoctrination by higher education, joined recently by philanthropists unaware that an anti-God agenda on campus could lead to anti-semitism, former President Donald Trump has rolled out an action item. Read More.
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Musk: Twitter was 'like Pravda ... a state publication'; George Soros 'fundamentally hates humanity'
Before he took over the reins at Twitter, Elon Musk said the social media platform was "completely" under the control of the far Left and was essentially a "state publication." Read More.
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3 years later: ‘Epidemic of Fraud: Hydroxychloroquine’ set for November release
Over the last three years, Broken Truth has investigated the fraud behind the hydroxychloroquine story and it is now set to release a documentary on its findings after a limited distribution of its initial production in late 2020. Read More.
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Trump lampoons state of the nation, posts 'Presidential Olympics' video
What's a former president to do when facing a slew of federal indictments, gag orders from partisan judges and blanket bias from state-corporate media? Why have fun of course. Read More.
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'Not in their DNA to accept Trump,' Bannon says of GOP establishment and the Left
Top Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon noted how, in the span of just a few days, establishment Republicans and Democrat leftists held confabs to discuss how to derail the 2024 presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Read More.
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‘It won’t be nice’: Strategist explains why real Americans will take their country back
In a Facebook video titled "Looking forward to the past," political strategist Carter Clews explains from "Trump Country" in West Virginia how the Left has turned Americans "against each other" and how "real Americans" will take their country back. Read More.
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True the Vote founder: Georgia’s Raffensberger knew there were 364,000 ineligible voters in 2020
True the Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said she met with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Dec. 16, 2020 and told him True the Vote had found there were 364,000 ineligible voters on Georgia's rolls in the 2020 election. Read More.
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Rep. Troy Nehls took down Joe Biden and Merrick Garland in just over 2 minutes
At a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday in which Attorney General Merrick Garland made an appearance, Texas Republican Rep. Troy Nehls took both Garland and Joe Biden down "with one 'Burisma' blow, making the case for impeaching both of them in just two minutes and twenty-five seconds. Read More.
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Mike Lindell’s free tutorial on how to handle a hostile deposition
Video from Mike Lindell’s deposition for a defamation suit filed against him by Dominion Voting Systems employee Eric Coomer is making the rounds on social media. It shows the MyPillow CEO slamming Coomer's attorney as an "ambulance chaser" who took on a lawsuit which is a "disgrace to our country." Read More.
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Lara Logan to release new video detailing Jan. 6 truths legacy media won't touch
One source interviewed by Lara Logan says in the video: "Bottom line, Lara, if they didn't want people going to the Capitol, if they didn't want people even getting close to the Capitol, it never would have happened. It happened because they wanted it to happen." Read More.
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The Article III Project's Mike Davis: 14th Amendment can't disqualify Trump from 2024 ballot
Democrats and regime media continue to float the idea that the 14th Amendment can be used to prohibit former President Donald Trump from taking office again. Read More.
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Joe Biden has a new nickname for Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg
Joe's handlers must have had the day off. Otherwise, wouldn't he have simply had the not-too-hard-to-garble Mayor Pete written on the notecard? Read More.
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Georgia Gov. Kemp caught on video: ‘If you give anybody a voting machine they can hack it’
Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has famously waffled on the issue of election security in his own state in 2020. He finally settled on the narrative that the electronic voting machines used in the state's elections, including 2020, were secure and immune to hacking or tampering. Read More.
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Proud Fulton County resident is angry: ‘The play is always geopolitics … to divide this country’
Matt Kim is a proud resident of Georgia who notes that it is a place "where people still say yes ma'am and thank you sir," and "even the liberals go to church on Sunday." Read More.

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