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ICYMI: Feinstein Wants $5 Billion for Iran Days After Trump Says They Were Planning ‘Sneak Attack’

Ain’t happening!

John Salvatore



On April 1, President Trump made clear that Iran was planning a “sneak attack” on American troops and assets in Iraq. Not good.

Just a few days later, radically far-left Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein (CA) fought to send the world’s leading state sponsor of terror $5 billion.

Pretty crazy, huh?

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The worst part is that Congressional Dems refused to give more aid to American small businesses.

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From Fox News:

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., has urged President Trump to reverse a reported plan to block an Iranian request to the IMF for $5 billion in aid to fight the coronavirus crisis — saying it is in the U.S. national interest to accede to the request.

From New York Post:

On Thursday, Senate Democrats nixed a simple but urgent request to boost cash in the emergency small business loan program Congress set up this month from $350 billion to $600 billion.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin requested the cash because funds are running low, just weeks after the program launched.

Rather than comply, Democrats issued demands: They insisted the new money include $60 billion for “community-based lenders” that serve minorities, women, nonprofits and other groups. And the bill also had to OK an immediate $250 billion for cities, states, hospitals, food stamps and other needs.


Ilhan Omar (MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY), Bernie Sanders (VT), Elizabeth Warren (MA) and other far-left radicals signed a letter proving they put America second.

And here’s more COVID-19 randomness, via Twitter…


Arizona Gov. Overrides State University’s Rule Forcing Students to Get Vaccine

Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey shot down a forced vaccination policy for students at Arizona State University.



Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey shot down a forced vaccination policy for students at Arizona State University, leaving the school with egg on its face. Ducey notified constituents on Twitter that the university would not be allowed to force all students to take the coronavirus vaccination. In one tweet, Ducey said that vaccines are a “choice — not a requirement.” He then followed that up citing his executive order on the vaccine. “Under the Executive Order, students cannot be mandated to take the COVID-19 vaccine or submit COVID-19 vaccination documents. Students also cannot be mandated to be tested or wear masks in order to participate in learning,” Ducey tweeted. The gov. then issued an executive order shutting down the school’s policy. The college had recently issued its vaccine policy on its website. “As we continue preparations for fall 2021, we are writing to remind you of the university’s expectation that all students enrolled in an on-campus academic program for 2021-22 will be vaccinated,” Joanne Vogel, the vice president of student services, wrote on the college website. The school told students who did not want to provide proof of vaccination that they would have to observe social distancing, wear masks, and submit to constant testing. Ducey explained further: Follow Warner Todd Huston on Facebook at:

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Music Legend Eric Clapton Says Famous Pals have Abandoned Him Over His Vaccine Skepticism

Music legend Eric Clapton is being canceled by his famous musician friends because he is a COVID critic.



Rock music legend Eric Clapton is being canceled by his famous musician friends because he has been a critic of lockdowns and the coronavirus vaccine. Clapton recently spoke out against the vaccine saying that for some people it has disastrous side effects. But because of his skepticism, his buddies are shunning him. “I’ve tried to reach out to fellow musicians,” Clapton said. “I just don’t hear from them anymore. My phone doesn’t ring very often. I don’t get that many texts and emails any more. It’s quite noticeable.” Clapton made his comments on a video entitled, “Eric Clapton, Exclusive and Uncensored.” He spoke of being shunned about 24 minutes into the video: “I was ostracized. And I could feel that everywhere,” the Slow Hand rocker said. Clapton continued, saying he “did get some flack from the people I least wanted to get flack from,” but on the positive side he welcomed the prospect of “becoming a nuisance for [political leaders]. I’d love to be an annoyance to some of them that sit ’round that table; that would give me tremendous satisfaction.” He also blasted the pro-lockdown, pro-vaccine believers for their “propaganda” and “making it so that you’re responsible for other people’s lives.” But if you don’t do everything you’re told to do, Clapton said, “I could be labeled a murderer, and people would really believe that.” Clapton also noted that he did get the vaccine. “I took the first jab of AZ and straight away had severe reactions which lasted ten days,” he told Rolling Stone. “I recovered eventually and was told it would be twelve weeks before the second one.” Clapton was also part of anti-lockdown song “Stand and Deliver” created by fellow famed rocker Van Morrison. Follow Warner Todd Huston on Facebook at:

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