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DAVIDSON: Lose Some Friends, But Take A Stand

Don’t put up with the Left’s fabrications, insults, and half truths.

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On March 20, 1960, Elvis Presley and his crew of Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana took a charter bus to Nashville, Tennessee for a recording session at RCA’s Studio B. Among the songs recorded at that session was, It’s Now or Never, written by Aaron Schroeder and Wally Gold. Here are the song’s captivating, opening lyrics: “It’s now or never. Come hold me tight. Kiss me my darling. Be mine tonight. Tomorrow will be too late. It’s now or never.”

It’s Now or Never became the best-selling single by Elvis with a staggering 20 million copies sold, and is among the best-selling singles of all time.

Tomorrow Will Be Too Late

In the affairs of true lovers, it’s seldom the case that “tomorrow will be too late.” In regard to the fraudulent 2020 president election, tomorrow will be too late; when Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20th there will be little opportunity in 2022 for redress,, as some politicians and pundits claim. “It’s right around the corner,” they say.

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When the 2022 elections arrive, given the severity of the election fraud and criminality that the Democrats have perpetrated on our nation, 2022 will provide even fewer, if any, opportunities for Republicans. 2024? Forget it.

At this point, nothing can stop the impending phony inauguration but we don’t have to be silent. If you have to forsake some friends and relatives in taking a stand, so be it. Who among us can to sit around while liberal friends refuse to regard that what has occurred is anything other than sedition.

Seditious Behavior Merits Swift Response

Findlaw.com states that the “federal law against seditious conspiracy can be found in Title 18 of the U.S. Code, which includes treason, rebellion, and similar offenses… According to the statutory definition of sedition, it is a crime for two or more people within the jurisdiction of the United States: To conspire to overthrow or destroy by force the government of the United States or to level war against them; to oppose by force the authority of the United States government; to prevent, hinder, or delay by force the execution of any law of the United States; or to take, seize, or possess by force any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof.”

Related to the fraudulent 2020 election, the operative words for what the Democrats have done are to, “prevent, hinder or delay… the execution of any law of the United States.” How much longer can any of us, who know the truth, continue to put up with Democrat friends, relatives, and associates who either don’t know what’s going on, refuse to acknowledge the massive level of fraud and criminality, or don’t care as long as their side ‘wins’ (and what a hollow victory that will soon prove to be)? They are condoning seditious behavior and nothing short of that.

Stand Strong

Our mission is to stand strong, even among a sea of others who claim that we are halfway to the nuthouse. Stand strong, even if your peers, people in your family, other your relatives, people in your neighborhood, or friends tell you that you are completely wrong. It is they who are wrong, dreadfully wrong, and history will soon prove this to be so.

If we make the monumental mistake, of placating Joe Biden and his socialist ‘vice president’, it will be of little value to have it be known later that they did, indeed, steal the entire process via a seditious conspiracy. Be firm, even when the Leftist paid trolls responding to this article call you nuts. Send them a message right back and let them know that we’re not putting up with their fabrications, insults, half truths, and apologies for seditious acts.

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )

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Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com )
Topics:
1) Conspiracy U: A Case Study – Scott discusses tenured professors’ conspiracy teaching on campuses and the use of intimidation tactics
2) Anti-sematic and anti-zionist promotions on campuses leading to significant increases in hate crimes against Jews
3) Democrats are trying to stash Amnesty in the Build Back Better $1.75T spending bill – For 6.5M Illegal Immigrants, it strives to do the following:
*Temporary Parole
**5 year work and Travel Permits
4) Some Democrats want to ignore the Senate Parliamentarian if she rules against the Democrats as expected
5) Sen. Manchin opposes the plan as 87% of West Virginians oppose the bill
6) Manchin also is opposed to the Paid Leave provision in the deal that will cost $200B
7) Americans move on with their lives and give Omicron variant the cold shoulder as we need to learn to live with a virus that is not going away

https://rumble.com/embed/vngr2q/?pub=4 Conspiracy U: A Case Study | Schaftlein Report ———————- Guest: Scott A. Shay – Co-Founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, author of In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism, Getting our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry, and the new book Conspiracy U: A Case Study ( ScottShay.com ) Topics: 1) Conspiracy U: A Case Study – Scott discusses tenured professors’ conspiracy teaching on campuses and the use of intimidation tactics 2) Anti-sematic and anti-zionist promotions on campuses leading to significant increases in hate crimes against Jews 3) Democrats are trying to stash Amnesty in the Build Back Better $1.75T spending bill – For 6.5M Illegal Immigrants, it strives to do the following: *Temporary Parole **5 year work and Travel Permits 4) Some Democrats want to ignore the Senate Parliamentarian if she rules against the Democrats as expected 5) Sen. Manchin opposes the plan as 87% of West Virginians oppose the bill 6) Manchin also is opposed to the Paid Leave provision in the deal that will cost $200B 7) Americans move on with their lives and give Omicron variant the cold shoulder as we need to learn to live with a virus that is not going away

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Biden Invokes ‘Santa Claus’ in Bizarre Supply Chain Commentary

This, while taking no responsibility whatsoever for the ever-worsening consumer crisis facing Americans.

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It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words.

This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare.

President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems.

He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason.

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“I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.”

Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years.

But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics.

“Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said.

Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

 

It’s no secret that President Joe Biden has a way with words.  What is surprising is just which way he often chooses to go with his words. This week was no different, as the Commander in Chief continues to struggle with criticisms of his handling of the ongoing supply chain crisis that threatens to leave the underside of many an American Christmas tree bare. President Joe Biden tried to distance himself from supply chain disruptions this Christmas, telling Americans on Wednesday he was not responsible for any problems. He then decided to bring Santa Claus into it for some reason. “I can’t promise that every person will get every gift they want on time,” Biden said. “Only Santa Claus can keep that promise.” Biden argued that shortages for some goods around Christmas were normal, citing the Cabbage Patch Kids doll shortage in the 1980s and also the shortage of Beanie Babies in past years. But then the President simply downplayed the issues entirely, attempting to neutralize his critics. “Here’s the deal. For the vast majority of the country, that’s not happening,” Biden said. Then, in a statement that will surely make some CNBC pundits’ heads spin, the President suggested that the current rate of inflation was “natural”, and a byproduct of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.  

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