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No kidding aside, ABC and WaPo’s lates poll has Trump beating Biden “like a drum.”   A “One Trick Ponyhas a date with infamy, one that will end his time on this heavenly body. There will be no rejoicing in conservative circles, but a toasting for the queen is dead, long live the queen.

The results are somewhat of a stunner because most polls have the race as a dead heat. This new poll has Trump beating the present Invalid in the White HOuse by a Ten Point Margin. However, they reserve the right to not give full weight to the poll because they call it an outlier. This poll is not an outlier, the others are.

Don’t these pollsters watch and learn what is happening to the country? Perhaps they see less than a blind man.


Back in 1962, JFK issued Executive Order 10988. On January 17, 1962, Federal employees first obtained the right to engage in collective bargaining through labor organizations when President John F. Kennedy issued Executive Order 10988, “Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal Sector.”

Executive Order 10988 gave Federal employees the right to join, form, or assist labor organizations.

Executive Order 10988 issued as result of the findings of the Task Force on Employee-Management Relations in the Federal Service, which was created by a memorandum issued to all executive department and agency heads by President Kennedy on June 22, 1961. In this memorandum the President noted that, “The participation of employees in the formation and implementation of employee policy and procedures affecting them contributes to the effective conduct of public business,” and that this participation should be extended to representatives of employees and employee organizations.

As the years have passed we have witnessed the CANCER that has metastasized throughout the Public Sector. And to put it bluntly, the majority of public employees are on a the Welfare Train. They can’t be fired for most infractions or transgressions that would be the immediate cause for severing their relationship with a private employer. 

As this train gathered speed during the ensuing years, the labor unions became a Bank for the Democrat party. Upwards of four million Federal Employees, plus their families and their relatives Pull the Democrat Lever. Why would they not?  These Blood Suckers have been imbedded in the government bureaucracy for the past fifty-plus years.

While federal employee groups prefer the current BLS model for determining hourly pay, conservatives have argued that policymakers should incorporate non-salary benefits, like retirement and health insurance programs, into the model to compare “total compensation” between sectors, and that such a model suggests that federal workers are overpaid compared to those in the private sector.

There is one thing missing here, Federal, State and City employees, in most cases, are paper shufflers, gold bricks, lack oversight, but most of all they take up space doing nothing, or not adding value. In other words, this is the Deep State Swamp that must be Drained.

There is only one person who can do this, his name is Trump, Donald J. Trump. Give him a Second Chance and the Swamp will be Euthanized.

This will not be easy because as America has witnessed, the Swamp will go after anyone who threatens their existence. Lurking there are liars, thieves, criminals who will stifle and even murder those who threaten their livelihood.
We have witness two impeachments, one investigation, raids on personal residence, aggressive D.A.’s bringing lawsuits in a never ending attempt to stop their main adversary. On going threats are everywhere. For instance the A.G. Garland, a liar, a subversive, a felon has targeted parents who question CRT, teaching of  transition of children to the opposite sex in third grade, climate change, anti Trump agendas, socialism/Marxism who question the Education Industry at school board meetings.

On Friday, the White House unveiled a proposed rule that would make it even harder than in the past for an incoming Republican president to wrestle control of the left-leaning federal bureaucracy and actually implement the conservative policies promised to voters.

Of the 2.2 million federal civil workers, only 4,000 are presidential appointees. The rest stay in their jobs, from one administration to the next, protected by rules that make it nearly impossible to discipline or replace them. They overwhelmingly favor the left. A staggering 95% of unionized federal employees who donate to political candidates give to Democrats, according to Open Secrets. Only a tiny 5% support Republicans. 

Garland has weaponized the DOJ. But long before that, it was Obama’s command to an IRS employee, who by the way took the fifth when interviewed by a Congressional committee. She, Lois Lerner, who vetted 501-3c applications, submitted by Tea Party entities prevented them from educating the public on the socialist BIG government policies of the Obama administration. The Racist President (Obama) was sued, lost in court, and had to fork over millions in damages to the Tea Party. Never the less, it must be a law implemented that immediately fires a government employee who take the fifth. They work for us, and as an employee should not be given the opportunity to take the fifth. Guilty as charged!

In the dead of night, employees were screened before promoted to positions of power. As we have witnessed, he corruption has run rampant inside the DOJ, the FBI and CIA. These aforementioned departments have been weaponized under Branden. Rogue employees, mostly all members of the Tard party, have and will continue to target us, unless stopped by an administration change.

But don’t leave out the Education Industry and the perverts who are involved in every step of your Childs education or should we say Brainwashing. Do you think that your child’s teacher would ever say a bad word about the Democrats. This starts at an early age and continues well into college with liberal instructors holding sway over agendas. This brings us to the lying scum that heads up the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). You will remember her, she closed down schools for two years while teachers got paid and your children weren’t educated. Don’t think for a moment that they care about your child.  

RANDI WEINGARTEN is president of the 1.7 million-member American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, which represents teachers; paraprofessionals and school-related personnel; higher education faculty and staff; nurses and other healthcare professionals; local, state and federal government employees; and early childhood educators.



Anarchy, Lawlessness are the bywords of Sleepy Joe Biden. Democrats everywhere are in the same boat, loving every bit of Branden’s legacy.  Democrat households, cities and states are quintessential examples of turmoil. This is all at the expense of normal people who have structured lives.

The Democrat character has turned into a glob of violence, affecting the rest of America.  Branden, a killer of 13 Servicemen in Afghanistan, responsible for our children being raped by the influx of cartels across our border. But not to leave it there, we have a Criminal in the White House, one who is not only gone Rogue, but one hell bento on leaving a path of destruction throughout the land before he gets flushed out of the presidency in a short thirteen months. Don’t expect them to be anything but normal because a criminal being attacked will always leave victims in their path. 

As New York City cripples under monumental budget cuts due to a migrant crisis straining public resources, the city council is planning to consider a series of measures that would, among other things, remove statues of major historical figures like George Washington and create a reparations task force.

Figures like America’s first president George Washington, Dutch governor and New York settler Peter Stuyvesant, as well as Christopher Columbus – all of whom have statues throughout the city are targets of those who want to destroy America. 

The second tower of the World Trade Center bursts into flames after being hit by a hijacked airplane in New York in this 9/11/01 file photograph. The Brooklyn bridge is seen in the foreground.



Iconic 9/11 photos and the photographers who shot them: Here are their stories

Fox News spoke with photographers Yoni Brook, Doug Mills and Robert Bukaty about their 9/11 experiences 20 years later

Twenty years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, images from the day are still etched in the minds of Americans – as well as the photographers who captured them.

To mark the commemoration, Fox News gathered some of the most iconic photographs from 9/11 and spoke with photographers about their experiences.

Here are their stories.

“[I] looked down south and saw that the buildings had just collapsed,” Brook, now 39, told Fox. “And so, I ran to my dorm.”


Brook said he occasionally freelanced for The Washington Post, and grew up in the D.C. area. When he arrived at his dorm, Brook’s roommate told him that editors at the Post had called to see if he was going to cover the attacks.

Brook grabbed 10 rolls of expired film and took a cab down to Canal Street. He walked the rest of the way.

Pedestrians in lower Manhattan watch smoke billow from New York's World Trade Center on Tuesday, 9/11/01.

Pedestrians in lower Manhattan watch smoke billow from New York’s World Trade Center on Tuesday, 9/11/01. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

“I sort of found myself – this was maybe an hour after the collapse – just there, kind of alone, seemingly alone,” Brook said. “It was just like everybody was in shock around it. There were a few firefighters, there were a few rescue people, but it was mostly very quiet and eerie for the first two hours.”

“It felt like a very unsettled feeling,” Brook added. “But I didn’t feel like I was in direct danger. I didn’t know what had happened. I didn’t have a phone. I didn’t hear the news. So I was just hearing what people were saying to each other.”

He continued: “I just thought I was photographing my little corner of this crazy moment in history. It just sounded like there was chaos all over the country at that moment.”


“There was an eerie quiet”

— Yoni Brook

That afternoon, Brook photographed Michael Sauer, a Woodmere, Long Island volunteer firefighter, who was drinking water from a fire hydrant.

“It was still sort of a moment of initial shock,” Brook said. “There was an eerie quiet. And there wasn’t like a ton of equipment down there. There weren’t cranes doing any work yet. It was just individual firefighters and groups of firefighters trying to make sense of a little bit of the futility of what was in front of them.”

Brook explained that Sauer had rushed to Ground Zero with a friend who was a former FDNY firefighter to “to help and to be a part of it,” Brook said.

Brook said he still keeps in touch with Sauer and they check in every year on 9/11.

Woodmere Long Island Volunteer Firefighter Michael Sauer drinks from a fire hydrant on 9/11/01.

Woodmere Long Island Volunteer Firefighter Michael Sauer drinks from a fire hydrant on 9/11/01. (JZB)

For Doug Mills, the morning of 9/11 started out “like a normal day with President Bush,” he told Fox News.

In 2001, Mills was a photographer for the Associated Press based in Washington, D.C, but that day, he was covering President George Bush’s visit to the Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida, where he was planning to talk about the No Child Left Behind Act.

Mills, who is now 61 and a photographer for the New York Times’ Washington bureau, told Fox that he was in the president’s motorcade on the way to the elementary school when he first heard about a “small plane crash in New York City.”

He said that the information was “really sketchy, just basically saying there’s been a small plane that’s hit a building,” but that it didn’t seem to be a major incident.


Soon after they got the news, Mills said they arrived at the school and headed to the classroom where Bush was scheduled to read to students before speaking to the whole school.

“A few minutes into it, Andy Card, the chief of staff for the president, walked into the room where we were,” Mills said, adding that was “highly unusual to have him walk in.”

“Finally, at one point he walked up to the president… and whispered in his ear,” Mills said, adding: “It was obvious he’d given him some very important news.”

Chief of Staff Andy Card is photographed whispering in President George Bush's ear about the terrorist attacks on 9/11/01. AP photographer Doug Mills took this photo.

Chief of Staff Andy Card is photographed whispering in President George Bush’s ear about the terrorist attacks on 9/11/01. AP photographer Doug Mills took this photo. (AP)

“The power and the weight of those words are obviously overwhelming and obviously very historic”

— Doug Mills

Though Mills didn’t know what was said at the time, he later found out that Card told the president: “A second aircraft has just hit the World Trade Center. America is under attack.”

“The power and the weight of those words are obviously overwhelming and obviously very historic,” Mills told Fox.


A few minutes later, Bush’s meeting with the children ended and he went to another room where he addressed the school and the nation, explaining that there had been “an apparent terrorist attack” on U.S. soil, according to archival footage of Bush’s address.

From there, Bush and the press corps –  including Mills – flew to Louisiana and Nebraska before heading back to Washington, D.C. Along the way, the press corps was cut down from 13 to five, with Mills among those allowed to continue to travel with the president.

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) speaks to President George W. Bush by phone inside the operations center at the White House with staff, 9/11/01, the day of the terror attacks in New York and Washington. 

U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (R) speaks to President George W. Bush by phone inside the operations center at the White House with staff, 9/11/01, the day of the terror attacks in New York and Washington.  (REUTERS/WHITE HOUSE photo by David Bohrer ME)

“Once we got there, that’s all you smelled, you know, just something burning”

— Doug Mills

Three days after the attack, Mills covered Bush’s visit to Ground Zero. Mills said they took a large helicopter from the Air Force Base to a landing zone near Ground Zero.

Mills said that when the helicopter was about 30 minutes away, everyone on board noticed a sudden burning smell, “like the helicopter was on fire.”


“It came on so fast, everybody… was looking at each other with these wide eyes like ‘What’s going on, do you smell that?’” he said.

Finally, the Marines on board explained that it was the smell of Ground Zero.

“Talk about something that hits you in the face,” Mills said, adding: “Once we got there, that’s all you smelled, you know, just something burning.”

Bush is shown with retired firefighter Bob Beckwith (R) at the scene of the World Trade Center disaster on September 14, 2001. 

Bush is shown with retired firefighter Bob Beckwith (R) at the scene of the World Trade Center disaster on September 14, 2001.  (REUTERS/Win McNamee-Files)

“I remember how the streets of New York were just so empty that night”

— Robert Bukaty

Associated Press photographer Robert Bukaty told Fox News he was supposed to start his vacation on 9/11. Bukaty, 59, is still an Associated Press photographer based in Portland, Maine. He told Fox that on the morning of 9/11 he went into the office to pick something up and on his drive home, he turned on the radio.

“The first thing I heard was this report about what they thought was a small plane flying into the World Trade Center,” Bukaty told Fox.

He said he continued to listen to the report and soon heard about the second plane. By the time he got to his house, an editor from AP’s New York office called to ask if he could travel down to the city to help out.

“He said, ‘Don’t rush, because we have photographers there, but we’ll need somebody, we’ll need photographers because this is going to be an ongoing story,’” Bukaty recalled.


Bukaty said that as he packed his bag, he watched the televised reporting.

“At some point they were talking about how Manhattan was going to be closed down to all traffic … so I decided to bring my bike,” Bukaty said.

On his drive down to the city, Bukaty said no one was collecting money at any of the tolls and there were no stores open. He said he drove to Queens, parked his car in a parking garage and loaded all his stuff into a couple of backpacks and rode his bicycle over a bridge and into Manhattan.

“I got in in the evening and worked until about one or two o’clock in the morning,” Bukaty said.

The second tower of the World Trade Center bursts into flames after being hit by a hijacked airplane in New York in this 9/11/01 file photograph. The Brooklyn bridge is seen in the foreground.

The second tower of the World Trade Center bursts into flames after being hit by a hijacked airplane in New York in this 9/11/01 file photograph. The Brooklyn bridge is seen in the foreground. (REUTERS/Sara K. Schwittek/Files)

“It was such a strange time,” Bukaty added. “I remember how the streets of New York were just so empty that night, the first night and the next couple of days. I would ride my bike from 50 Rockefeller Plaza down towards Ground Zero for assignments … and there were no cars.”

Bukaty said that as he was walking around Ground Zero and taking photos, his main focus was on that task, rather than the bigger implications of the attacks.


“A lot of times, at least with me, when I’m at a big event, I almost block out trying to think about where it stands in history and just concentrate on what I need to do at that moment as far as making good pictures,” Bukaty said.

“The thing I try to do is limit the amount of distractions and just focus on what’s in front of me or where I need to go or try to anticipate where the next best pictures might be,” he said.

He added: “If you miss the moment, you miss it.”


On Sept. 12, 2001, Bukaty photographed New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani with Gov. George Pataki and Sen. Hillary Clinton on their way to visit Ground Zero. Before they could arrive, Bukaty said “somebody decided it was too dangerous” to get closer than a couple of blocks away.

New York Governor George Pataki (L), New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani (C) and US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (R), tour the site of the World Trade Center disaster on 9/11/01 in New York. 

New York Governor George Pataki (L), New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani (C) and US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (R), tour the site of the World Trade Center disaster on 9/11/01 in New York.  (ROBERT F. BUKATY/AFP via Getty Images)

“That was that,” Bukaty said. “So they got near Ground Zero, but they didn’t make it all the way in there. That day was the first time that Mayor Giuliani got that close to Ground Zero.”

“I remember at one point, a woman spotted him and started calling his name and he went over to her, she was an elderly lady,” Bukaty added. “And I remember he pulled down his mask and he gave her a hug and he listened to her and her story was that her son was missing.”


He continued: “In the days that followed, Giuliani became sort of a hero.”


Twenty years later, Bukaty is still an Associated Press photographer, though he primarily takes photographs for human interest stories. He’ll also be covering the 2022 Winter Olympics in China, he said.

“I shoot a lot of feature photos,” Bukaty told Fox. “I do a little bit of everything, but primarily I work on human interest stories and not a lot of spot news stories.”

He said he covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and he still helps cover presidential elections.

Meanwhile, Mills continues to cover politics and the White House, as well as every summer and winter Olympics.

“I’m blessed to be able to cover politics the way I do,” Mills said, adding: “Being the witness to a lot of history within the White House, the different administrations, I couldn’t ask for a better job.”

Two boys look at a poster of missing people outside Bellevue Hospital in the week after 9/11/01.

Two boys look at a poster of missing people outside Bellevue Hospital in the week after 9/11/01. (JZB)

“Firefighters and ironworkers were splitting beams all night trying to get to anybody.”

— Yoni Brook

Brook, who now lives in Philadelphia, told Fox News that though he spent several years as a photojournalist, he decided to become a documentary filmmaker and recently directed the “Philly D.A.” series,  about Philadelphia’s new District Attorney Larry Krasner.


“A lot of what we have to do as journalists is be reactive,” Brook said. “I really wanted to devote my career to just thinking carefully about the kinds of images that go out into the world.”

“9/11 was something that sort of happened and all journalists who could cover it, covered it in their own way,” Brook added. “And I think that part of what I’m hoping to do as a documentary filmmaker is be proactive.”

Thick smoke billows into the sky from the area behind the Statue of Liberty, lower left, where the World Trade Center was, on Tuesday, 9/11/01. 

Thick smoke billows into the sky from the area behind the Statue of Liberty, lower left, where the World Trade Center was, on Tuesday, 9/11/01.  (AP Photo/Daniel Hulshizer)

On the night of Sept. 11, Brook sent his photos to the Washington Post and received a call from Michel du Cille, the Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who was, at the time, the photo editor at the Post.

“He told me that night: ‘You need to go back to Ground Zero, because our photographers can’t get into the city because all the bridges and tunnels are shut down,’” Brook recalled.

Brook added that he made his own press pass and returned to Ground Zero.


“Then I just kind of snuck back down there around midnight again that night and spent the whole night in Two World Financial Center trying to stay out of the way, because at that point, the rescue was in full effect. Firefighters and ironworkers were splitting beams all night trying to get to anybody.”

A firefighter uses a thermal imaging camera on 9/12/01.

A firefighter uses a thermal imaging camera on 9/12/01. (JZB)

The next morning, Brook took a photo of a lone firefighter.

“It was sunrise the morning after 9/11,” Brook said. “You could look at it and see the immense task ahead of everybody. And also, there was just like a degree of it sinking in, that it was going to be a new normal for New Yorkers and for everybody looking at it the next day.”

Brook added about the photograph: “I only realized later when they blew [the photo] up that the firefighter was holding a thermal imaging camera. So he’s looking for heat, or signs of life in the rubble.”

Fox News’ Andrew Murray contributed to this report.



The first was held at 8:46 a.m. ET, to mark the moment that Al Qaeda terrorists crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the north tower of New York’s World Trade Center two decades ago.

The second, 23 minutes later, will be at the same time that American Airlines Flight 175 hit the south tower and the third at 9:37 a.m. ET, allowed people to remember those who lost their lives when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into the Pentagon.

vicious ideology set the hijackers in motionTheir mission that seemed impossible a day before became reality on the morning of September 11, 2001.

Not a person in America who was alive that day will ever forget those who perishedBut we also must remember and be vigilant of those who still live to carry on their mission. We know who and where they areThey are Islamists.



They have infiltrated our government, our schools, our neighborhoods. They hide in the shadows, stealth like until ordered to seed destruction. We shall never let out guard down.

In fact two have been elected president of the United States. Their paradigm, a turtle philosophy of slow infiltration. Small towns and mega cities acquiesce to their demands; liberal judges affirm their requests. Look no further than London, Paris and Brussels. Sweden is another prime example of Islamic takeover.

Yes folks it is happening here, in Middle America and across the plains. Only you can stop this infiltration by standing tall against a credo of mass destruction. They will not be happy until America succumbs to the Caliphate. We now see the Afghans being coddled like babies as they are planted in city after city, town after town, state after state. Many of them have Taliban credentials. They must be stopped at all costs. 

God Bless those who perished on 9-11.


We Love You


Scenes from the 9/11 Attacks

‘I did what I was supposed to do’: 9/11 photogs on behind-the-scenes horror of iconic images

Photographers who shot some of the most unforgettable images on Sept. 11, 2001, and the days after remember the stories behind the pictures.

The man dubbed "America's Mayor" for his handling of New York City on 9/11 says President Biden is not welcome to visit Ground Zero on the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks because of his chaotic withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan that left the nation right back in the hands of the Taliban.

Giuliani says Biden not welcome in NYC on 9/11 over ‘reckless’ Afghanistan exit

Rudy Giuliani says President Biden is not welcome to visit Ground Zero on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

Retired FDNY fireboat John D. McKean sprays water during a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 boat lift response along the Hudson River on Sept. 10, 2021.

Here’s the NYC events honoring the 20th anniversary of 9/11

The Big Apple will mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the Twin Towers with various events.

Former President Donald Trump said he will visit Ground Zero Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Trump plans to visit Ground Zero to mark 9/11 anniversary

Former President Donald Trump will travel to Manhattan on Saturday and visit Ground Zero following the formal ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

Father James Martin Ground Zero Tower Stories

‘Spirit’ from the ashes: A priest reflects on the grace he saw on The Pile after 9/11

Father James Martin shares his recollections of helping rescue workers sifting through the wreckage of the World Trade Center on Sept. 13, 2001.

betty ann ong flight 11 sept. 11 2001

How flight attendant Betty Ong identified her plane’s hijackers

Betty Ann Ong, 45, had asked to work an extra shift on Flight 11, bound for Los Angeles out of Boston’s Logan Airport, so she could join her sister Cathie for a vacation in Hawaii.

Mets catcher Mike Piazza hit his game-winning home run to put the Mets ahead 3-2 at Shea Stadium on September 21, 2001.

Memories of tears, cheers and Mike Piazza’s Amazin’ home run after 9/11

When the Mets took to Shea Stadium on Sept. 21, 2001 — 10 days after the 9/11 tragedies — everything about the home game gave NYC a new sense of hope.


Democrat assaulted by constituent. Too good to be true.


In the big cities of Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Saint Louis, Los Angeles we have seen the staffs filled with unqualified public servants. In fact the many of them would never have a job if it weren’t for affirmative action and nepotism. This is not to say that a good portion of them aren’t qualified, but they had the inside track to be hired.

Hospitals have employed people of color for decades, same with nursing homes, many of the jobs they perform are menial in nature but not considered by Whitey.  But now we have a politician who says that many Blacks need a PHD to be hired when a Caucasian does not. Sometimes, what goes around comes around. 

The Democrat candidate in one of the most closely watched state legislature races in Virginia said earlier this year that “unqualified” White people are able to secure high-paying jobs while Black people need “a Ph.D.” to be considered for the same type of job.

Nadarius Clark, a political activist and former member of the Virginia House of Delegates who hopes to win another term made the claim during an April 17, 2021, episode of his former podcast, “Polititalk,” when he and a guest co-host were discussing what they said was the unfair treatment of Black people by the police.

However, when pressed for examples, he could not come up with any. So, we now know this libtard is blowing his own horn, rabble rousing to his constituency. 

“Our counterparts, a Caucasian, can be mediocre and still get a $100,000 job. We have to be — we’ve got to have a doctorate degree, a Ph.D., to get let in those doors. We have to be overqualified … to get half of what an unqualified Caucasian would get,” he added.

He went on to call for society to have a “change in social norms.” His guest co-host, Stephannie Malone, agreed but offered an inaudible response.

Fox News Digital reached out to Clark for comment but did not immediately receive a response.


The Leftists Pervs have now reached into your child’s psych without your knowledge. They have your daughter so confused she doesn’t know who she is. Your son is also convinced that he is a girl. When your child enters that Black and Yellow Bus, your parenting stops. They are now in the filthy hands of the Education Industry.

School time does not start with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, but with the LBGTQ+ anthem. The teacher is now your child’s mother and daddy. On Monday she is a woman, on Tuesday a man. Imagine for a moment what effect this has on your little one. She or he is so confused that they do not have any idea what or who they are.

Please, Parents, stick up for your rights, you are the one who must school your kids, not the Education Industry which is in the hands of deviates, perverts and out right criminals.

EXCLUSIVE: Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott gave a one-word response to a California bill that would punish parents in custody battles who don’t “affirm” transgender kids.

The South Carolina senator called the proposal “evil” in a statement to Fox News.

The California State Assembly passed legislation Friday that would require judges in child custody cases to consider whether a parent has affirmed a child’s belief that they are transgender.

AB 957 originally proposed that courts deciding custody cases must consider whether each parent were gender-affirming of the child in question. An amendment in June added to the state’s standard of what constitutes parental responsibility for child welfare, requiring that parents must be affirming of a child’s gender identity if they are to be judged fit for providing for “the health, safety, and welfare of the child” in a court of law.


“The radical Left is on a mission to make parents less important. They think your kids belong to them,” Scott added. “I will fight back, put parents back in charge, and protect the next generation of children from this absurdity.”

Last month, Scott announced a plan that he said will empower parents and protect school children from the “classroom to the locker room to the smartphone.”




MSNBC did a sympathetic interview with a transgender sorority member from the University of Wyoming, after the student was accused of “peeping” on girls, photographing them and asking them about their sex lives and genitals, according to allegations in a lawsuit.

Artemis Langford is a transgender student – a biological male – who joined the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority chapter last October. Girls came forward in a suit in March expressing their discomfort with sharing living quarters with Langford.

The left-wing network’s host, Yasmin Vossoughian, interviewed Langford Sunday and suggested that the trans sorority member’s story was about a lack of acceptance among the girls in the sorority. Vossoughian called Langford a “brave woman.”


In case you haven’t heard, our debt levels have gone nuclear. There is no stopping the debt rocket. By 2035 we will have debt, that is money owed to bond holders, that will surpass anything the world has ever seen. The interest to pay the holders of this debt will consume 50% of our budget.

Putting this in perspective, imagine your mortgage payment eat up one half of your yearly earnings. To understand the quagmire we are in, simply put, the one half of your salary goes towards Federal Taxes, Social Security, State Income tax. What is left is a big fat zero. That might get your attention in a millisecond.

Real numbers look like this, $100,000 salary, $50,000 for mortgage, insurance and real estate taxes, 25% for Federal, state and city taxes or $25,000, left to pay for all other necessities, like food, car insurance, travel, gas, etc. You will be in a real bind with nothing left for emergencies or entertainment.

Wait, it will get worse! The day of reckoning is coming soon.  Will it be 2034 or 2035?


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