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DeSantis Says Anti-Vax Cops Eligible for $5K Signing Bonus in Florida

Florida = Freedom.

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is taking a stand against the proliferation of COVID-19 vaccine mandates, and staking his political career on being right about it.

DeSantis has long railed against the idea that Floridians should be forced into medical decisions that they aren’t comfortable with, or be told what level of risk they are allowed to take in regard to the waning pandemic.  This has, of course, put him at odds with a vast number of Democrats as well as some of the major corporations that do business in the Sunshine State.

But DeSantis will not be deterred, and he has now offered a lifeline to essential personnel from other locales who are being effected by what he sees as an unconstitutional set of mandates.

During an appearance on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo, DeSantis said he is now “actively working” to recruit out-of-state police officers who have been fired or placed on unpaid leave due to their city’s vaccine mandate.

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“We’re actually actively working to recruit out-of-state law enforcement, because we do have needs in our police and our sheriff’s departments. So, in the next legislative session, I’m going to hopefully sign legislation that gives a $5,000 bonus to any out-of-state law enforcement that relocates in Florida,” DeSantis said.

“So, NYPD, Minneapolis, Seattle, if you’re not being treated well, we will treat you better here. You can fill important needs for us, and we will compensate you as a result,” he added.

DeSantis would go on to suggest that the vaccine mandates implored by the Biden administration are not only outside of the scope of the federal government’s power, but also incredibly detrimental to our chances at a full economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Confidence in Biden Declines – Devastating New Poll Numbers | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Jeffrey Dunetz – LidBlog Author ( LidBlog.com )

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Confidence in Biden Declines – Devastating New Poll Numbers | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Jeffrey Dunetz – LidBlog Author ( LidBlog.com )
Topics:
1) Wall Street Journal Poll show cratering confidence on a majority of Key Issues – Voters favor Republicans
2) Rents are up 13.9% in a year as Inflation and Amenities drive up costs
3) Most Economists see Fed Bond buying program ending in March paving the way to raising interest rates to combat inflation
4) Cornell Professor Saule Onarouva, a radical educated in Russia and nominated for Comptroller of the Currency, withdraws her nomination after withering criticism
*Biden nominated a left wing radical to oversee bank regulation – Another sign of the far left shift in Biden’s world
5) Sen. Manchin warns of Inflation and is non committal on his support of the massive Climate and Social Spending $1.75T Bill being pushed by Democrats
*”Party Line Votes almost never succeed” – in push for bi-partisanship
6) Biden digs in threatening veto of bi-partisan Senate Bill to Nullify Vaccine Mandates while Appeals Courts continue to overturn his orders
7) Crime – Dozens of Bullets fired at SUV in Brazen Assault killing a 12 year old boy in LA
*Fox Christmas tree burns in NYC, man arrested
8) Kemp – Purdue tied in race for Georgia Governor – primary bid on Republican side
9) Biden and Harris Billboard in Wisconsin – Dumb and Dumber goes viral
10) Pfizer says its booster can protect against Omicron variant

https://rumble.com/embed/vntkos/?pub=4 Confidence in Biden Declines – Devastating New Poll Numbers | Schaftlein Report ———————– Guest: Jeffrey Dunetz – LidBlog Author ( LidBlog.com ) Topics: 1) Wall Street Journal Poll show cratering confidence on a majority of Key Issues – Voters favor Republicans 2) Rents are up 13.9% in a year as Inflation and Amenities drive up costs 3) Most Economists see Fed Bond buying program ending in March paving the way to raising interest rates to combat inflation 4) Cornell Professor Saule Onarouva, a radical educated in Russia and nominated for Comptroller of the Currency, withdraws her nomination after withering criticism *Biden nominated a left wing radical to oversee bank regulation – Another sign of the far left shift in Biden’s world 5) Sen. Manchin warns of Inflation and is non committal on his support of the massive Climate and Social Spending $1.75T Bill being pushed by Democrats *”Party Line Votes almost never succeed” – in push for bi-partisanship 6) Biden digs in threatening veto of bi-partisan Senate Bill to Nullify Vaccine Mandates while Appeals Courts continue to overturn his orders 7) Crime – Dozens of Bullets fired at SUV in Brazen Assault killing a 12 year old boy in LA *Fox Christmas tree burns in NYC, man arrested 8) Kemp – Purdue tied in race for Georgia Governor – primary bid on Republican side 9) Biden and Harris Billboard in Wisconsin – Dumb and Dumber goes viral 10) Pfizer says its booster can protect against Omicron variant

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January 6th Committee Begins Another Criminal Referral for Top Trump Aide

Seems a bit desperate, don’t you think?

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Where once the Democrats worked overtime to prevent the world from discovering just how desperate they truly are, we now have a progressive posse that has no qualms about flamboyant flailing and unfettered fiasco.

This is most simply observed by keeping a keen eye on the select committee investigating the events of January 6th, who realize that their time is limited by the Democrats’ likely loss of control of Congress at the end of next year.  That development would almost undoubtedly see their committee dissolved, hence the reason for their desperate actions and frantic pace.

The latest sign of such a turn comes to us in the form of a criminal contempt charge for Mark Meadows.

Mark Meadows’s cooperation with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection appears to be over as quickly as it started.

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Just one week after the committee announced it had reached an agreement with Donald Trump’s former chief of staff to produce records and appear for an initial deposition, Fox News reported Tuesday morning that Meadows and his attorney were planning to notify lawmakers on the House panel that they could not reach an understanding on how to work together.

“We have made efforts over many weeks to reach an accommodation with the committee,” Meadows’s attorney George Terwilliger told Fox News, explaining that Meadows had been willing to appear voluntarily to answer questions that he believed were not covered by executive privilege. However, Terwilliger said that over the weekend, the committee made clear it was also planning to look into material that Meadows considered privileged, pointing to a subpoena that had been issued to a third party for Meadows’s cellphone records.

The committee was unmoved by the argument, however.

“If indeed Mr. Meadows refuses to appear, the Select Committee will be left no choice but to advance contempt proceedings and recommend that the body in which Mr. Meadows once served refer him for criminal prosecution,” they said.

“Even as we litigate privilege issues, the Select Committee has numerous questions for Mr. Meadows about records he has turned over to the Committee with no claim of privilege, which include real-time communications with many individuals as the events of January 6th unfolded,” read the statement from Thompson and Cheney. “We also need to hear from him about voluminous official records stored in his personal phone and email accounts, which were required to be turned over to the National Archives in accordance with the Presidential Records Act.”

Meadows is the second Trump adviser to be targeted in such a way by the committee, with Steve Bannon’s contempt trial set to begin in July of 2022.

Where once the Democrats worked overtime to prevent the world from discovering just how desperate they truly are, we now have a progressive posse that has no qualms about flamboyant flailing and unfettered fiasco. This is most simply observed by keeping a keen eye on the select committee investigating the events of January 6th, who realize that their time is limited by the Democrats’ likely loss of control of Congress at the end of next year.  That development would almost undoubtedly see their committee dissolved, hence the reason for their desperate actions and frantic pace. The latest sign of such a turn comes to us in the form of a criminal contempt charge for Mark Meadows. Mark Meadows’s cooperation with the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection appears to be over as quickly as it started. Just one week after the committee announced it had reached an agreement with Donald Trump’s former chief of staff to produce records and appear for an initial deposition, Fox News reported Tuesday morning that Meadows and his attorney were planning to notify lawmakers on the House panel that they could not reach an understanding on how to work together. “We have made efforts over many weeks to reach an accommodation with the committee,” Meadows’s attorney George Terwilliger told Fox News, explaining that Meadows had been willing to appear voluntarily to answer questions that he believed were not covered by executive privilege. However, Terwilliger said that over the weekend, the committee made clear it was also planning to look into material that Meadows considered privileged, pointing to a subpoena that had been issued to a third party for Meadows’s cellphone records. The committee was unmoved by the argument, however. “If indeed Mr. Meadows refuses to appear, the Select Committee will be left…

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