Connect with us

Politics

Inflation Soars Most in 31 Years | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Drew Allen – Conservative Political Analyst, Author, and Speaker ( DrewThomasAllen.com )

Published

on

Inflation Soars Most in 31 Years | Schaftlein Report
—————–
Guest: Drew Allen – Conservative Political Analyst, Author, and Speaker ( DrewThomasAllen.com )
Topics:
1) Consumer Price Index rises 6.2% – Energy ,Food, Shelter, Cars and Truck prices soar – Treasury Secretary Yellen denies the problem
2) Biden Administration will sacrifice carbon based fuels to “save the planet” and let consumers suffer
3) 11 Democratic Senators sign letter to Biden demanding action to bring down energy prices
4) Biden’s collapsing poll numbers: African American support drops from 72% to 52% – Why? – Vaccine Mandates and Job loss
5) Lt. Governor Elect Winsome Sears, who by the way is Black, is called a White Supremacist by the left – Leftists can’t stand successful Black Republicans – It violates their narrative
6) Pelosi seen without mask at Billionaire wedding while CA school kids suffer under mask mandates – More liberal hypocrisy – Her approval rating is 35 points under water
7) Outrage grows over Biden Justice Department’s plan to pay illegals who broke the law

Opinion

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

Seems a bit desperate, don’t you think?

Published

on

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.

take our poll - story continues below

Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?

  • Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to Flag And Cross updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

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…

Continue Reading

Opinion

Dan Crenshaw Turns on Fellow Republicans, Blasting So-Called ‘Freedom Caucus’

Is the GOP’s civil war going to spill over into the 2022 midterms?

Published

on

Within the Republican Party, a civil war is brewing between the MAGA Movement and the more traditional conservatives, with the fractured nature of the party now fully on display.

The latest skirmish between the two sides comes to us a Texas Super PAC event, where Republican Dan Crenshaw took aim at some fellow party members who’ve been growing ever more agitated by the week.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, took aim at members of the House Freedom Caucus, calling the group “grifters” and “performance artists.”

“Lie after lie after lie because they know something psychologically about the conservative heart: We’re worried about what people are going to do to us, what they’re going to infringe upon us — that’s the nature of conservatism,” Crenshaw said during an appearance at an event hosted by the Texas Liberty Alliance PAC last week.

And that wasn’t all…

The House Freedom Caucus is made up of members of Crenshaw’s own party, including high-profile Reps. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla. and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio. The group also has several members from Crenshaw’s home state of Texas, such as Reps. Michael Cloud, Louie Gohmert, Chip Roy, Randy Weber, and Ron Wright.

take our poll - story continues below

Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?

  • Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?  

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Completing this poll grants you access to Flag And Cross updates free of charge. You may opt out at anytime. You also agree to this site's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

But Crenshaw accused the group of not being authentic conservatives, arguing instead that they succeed in grabbing attention by repeating slogans.

“They’re the ones you think are more conservative because they know how to say slogans real well,” Crenshaw said. “They know how to recite the lines that they know our voters want to hear.”

The Texas lawmaker also accused the group of failing to fully support former President Donald Trump’s agenda, saying that even famously anti-Trump Rep. Adam Kinzinger voted with Trump “99 percent” of the time.

Should the GOP still wish to cruise to victory in the 2022 midterms, (as many have predicted will be the case), this infighting will need to be culled…and quickly.

 

Within the Republican Party, a civil war is brewing between the MAGA Movement and the more traditional conservatives, with the fractured nature of the party now fully on display. The latest skirmish between the two sides comes to us a Texas Super PAC event, where Republican Dan Crenshaw took aim at some fellow party members who’ve been growing ever more agitated by the week. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, took aim at members of the House Freedom Caucus, calling the group “grifters” and “performance artists.” “Lie after lie after lie because they know something psychologically about the conservative heart: We’re worried about what people are going to do to us, what they’re going to infringe upon us — that’s the nature of conservatism,” Crenshaw said during an appearance at an event hosted by the Texas Liberty Alliance PAC last week. And that wasn’t all… The House Freedom Caucus is made up of members of Crenshaw’s own party, including high-profile Reps. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla. and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio. The group also has several members from Crenshaw’s home state of Texas, such as Reps. Michael Cloud, Louie Gohmert, Chip Roy, Randy Weber, and Ron Wright. But Crenshaw accused the group of not being authentic conservatives, arguing instead that they succeed in grabbing attention by repeating slogans. “They’re the ones you think are more conservative because they know how to say slogans real well,” Crenshaw said. “They know how to recite the lines that they know our voters want to hear.” The Texas lawmaker also accused the group of failing to fully support former President Donald Trump’s agenda, saying that even famously anti-Trump Rep. Adam Kinzinger voted with Trump “99 percent” of the time. Should the GOP still wish to cruise to victory in the 2022 midterms, (as many have predicted will be the…

Continue Reading
The Schaftlein Report

Latest Articles

Best of the Week