A Peace Deal, A Virtual Convention and the Real Legacy of Karl Marx

Townhall Review – August 22, 2020 Hugh Hewitt and Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton talk about an allegation that Postmaster General DeJoy was colluding with President Trump to slow down the processing of mail-in voting in November. Joe Piscopo talks with Corey Lewandowski, senior advisor to the Trump Campaign, about the Democratic National Convention. Hugh Hewitt and Jessica Patterson, Chair of the California GOP, talk regaining congressional seats in California. Chris Stigall talks with David Rubin about the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Chris Stigall and U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy talk about the indictment of former FBI Attorney Kevin Clinesmith accused of fabricating evidence. Dennis Prager talks with Alex Epstein, energy consultant and author of “The Moral Cause for Fossil Fuels,’ about the Democrats push for the “Green New Deal.” Dennis Prager talks with Dr. Paul Kengor about his book, “The Devil and Karl Marx.” Seth Leibsohn takes a look at a recent column by Corey Brooks, Senior Pastor at New Beginnings Church of Chicago and CEO of Project H.O.O.D. Communities Development Corporation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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GOP Convention Highlights the Choice Facing the Nation

Townhall Review – August 29, 2020 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addresses the Republican National Convention from Jerusalem. Hugh Hewitt and Matthew Continetti, of the American Enterprise Institute, discuss how the Democratic National Convention compares with the Republican National Convention. Chris Stigall talks with Hogan Gidley, press secretary for the Trump Campaign, about First Lady Melania Trump’s address to the Republican National Convention. Hugh Hewitt and Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher talk about the riots, fires, and shooting that took place in Kenosha following the tragic police shooting of Jacob Blake. Mike Gallagher gives us the bold and eloquent speech of Daniel Cameron, Kentucky’s first black Attorney General, at the Republican National Convention. Sebastian Gorka talks with James Carafano, of the Heritage Foundation, about the issues facing the country of Belarus. Dennis Prager plays segments of Maximo Alvarez's address to the RNC which talks about why his family came to the United States from to escape the Cuban totalitarian dictatorship of Fidel Castro. Larry Elder talks with Dov Hikind, New York State Assemblyman, about the appearance of radical anti-Semite Linda Sarsour at the Democrat’s Convention. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Trump Offered Assange A Pardon In Exchange For His Source, Assange Declined

Mac SlavoSeptember 20th, 2020SHTFplan.com There is still some integrity in the human race.  Julian Assange was offered a pardon from President Donald Trump in exchange for giving up the source of the Democratic National Convention emails that he leaked.  Assange declined the offer refusing to throw his source under the bus. Assange’s defense revealed the pardon deal to a court in London on Friday, where the WikiLeaks founder is currently fighting extradition to the United States. Should he lose, he will be tried for espionage offenses and could face 175 years behind bars, according to a report by RT.  Assange has literally declined the offer to stop the brutal torture he’s enduring in London in order to protect his source. Defense lawyer Jennifer Robinson told the court that former US Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and another Trump campaign associate, Charles Johnson, offered a pardon if Assange were to reveal the source of the emails, which are widely considered to have helped Trump win the 2016 presidential election. “Rohrabacher proposed a ‘win-win’ situation,” Robinson said. “Assange can get ‘get on with his life’ – a pardon in exchange for information about the source.” “Information from Mr Assange about the source of the DNC leaks would be of value to Mr. Trump,” she added, paraphrasing Rohrabacher and Johnson. –RT.  Ron Paul Interviews Julian Assange: “Going After Wikileaks Because They Humiliated the CIA” The source of the Democratic National Committee emails remains a mystery, however, there is an abundance of evidence to suggest it was Seth Rich who was mysteriously murdered.  Opponents of both Assange and Trump have pinned the blame on “Russian hackers”, yet Assange himself has gone on record as saying that Russia was not the source. The espionage charges against Assange stem from WikiLeaks’ publication in 2010 of a tranche of documents revealing U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq. The documents were leaked by former soldier Chelsea Manning, who was imprisoned from 2010 until her sentence was commuted in 2017. A New Kind of Tyranny: The Global State’s War on Those Who Speak Truth to Power President Trump is Breaking Down the Neck of the Federal Reserve! He wants zero rates and QE4! You must prepare for the financial reset We are running out of time Download the Ultimate Reset Guide Now! Author: Mac SlavoViews:Date: September 20th, 2020Website: www.SHTFplan.com Copyright Information: Copyright SHTFplan and Mac Slavo. This content may be freely reproduced in full or in part in digital form with full attribution to the author and a link to www.shtfplan.com. Please contact us for permission to reproduce this content in other media formats. SHTFPLAN is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

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How MAGA-patriots can help make the Republican National Convention effective

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Michelle Obama’s misleading ‘cages’ comment at convention gets fact-checked to oblivion

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