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MSNBC Broadcasts Florida Race Results…24 Hours EARLY

Floridians have raised an eyebrow at MSNBC before, but this is absurd!

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American elections are sacred, as they should be, as they help put a hand of the people on the rudder of our nation.

So, it is with the utmost sincerity that we must protect these institutions of liberty, for without a chance to express ourselves as equals, can we even call ourselves American anymore?

This means, in essence, that any affront on our right to be heard by ballot should be, by definition, unconstitutional, and morally treasonous.  With the advent of high digital technology in the latter half of the 20th century, protecting ourselves from such treachery has become a difficult job, and as such has created a healthy bit of paranoia when it comes to “rigging”.

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Of course, the abhorrent behavior of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Presidential election didn’t help the cause either.

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So, even the simplest of “goofs” can raise an eyebrow or two, especially in an election of such extreme importance.

In yet another misfire at the most steadily misfiring of networks, MSNBC accidentally aired the results of Florida’s gubernatorial a race, as Deadline put it, “a wee bit too early” — the night before the election.

The big winner: You guessed it, the Democrat on the ticket, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, who managed to secure a victory. With 99% of the vote tallied, MSNBC imagined that Gillum had secured 49.4% of the vote over Republican Ron DeSantis’s 48.8%.

The error was captured forever by the internet:

The defense of the maneuver was predictably lackluster.

The gaff left a humiliated “All In” host Chris Hayes offering his audience a “quick clarification.”

“Just want to say,” he said, “earlier this hour, we showed a graphic of the Florida gubernatorial race. May have caught your eye because our system had inadvertently populated some test numbers. Obviously, we do not yet have any vote totals here, the night before the election. That was a misfire. Don’t worry. I was pretty confused when I saw it up there, to see it myself.”

In other words, not “Fake News,” just “Incompetent News.”

We’ll just have to wait an see how eerily close these “test numbers” were at the end of the night tonight.

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Schaftlein Report: 2,700-page Infrastructure Bill to be Introduced

Guest John Eidsmoe joins Mark to talk about the Democrats’ massive “infrastructure” bill and other news of the day.

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Guest: John Eidsmoe – Colonel Mississippi National Guard & Constitutional Lawyer Topics: 1) What we know about the bill so far. $550B in New Spending and “Gender Identity”? 2) Supreme Court Case – John filed an amicus brief in support of Mississippi abortion law. Will the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade decision? 3) John analyzes recent Supreme Court decisions including the 5-4 vote to uphold the Eviction ban but ending the ban on 7-31-21 without Congressional approved extensions 4) The “Equality Act” currently before congress defining Gender Identity. Believe it or not, this is also in the infrastructure bill 5) The “We the People Act” – This is the Democratic fraud bill attempting to federalize election law, voter access, campaign finance along with limiting federal courts from adjudicating religious and sexual practices 6) Texas Gov. Abbott signs bill into law allocating $1B to build wall and border security. $250M down payment VP Harris plan to help Central American countries investing $4B over 4 years meets resistance from Mexico and Guatemala 7) Vaccine mandates appear to be widespread and growing 8) Crime Wave in Deep Blue cities – By 3-1 margin, more people killed by guns than Covid in Washington, DC Chicago – 460 shot in July and 2,471 killed or injured YTD Portland having hard time hiring police as crime spikes

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Andrew Cuomo Pushes Businesses to Discriminate Against Unvaccinated

This is downright dirty.

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With the delta variant now raging across many parts of the United States, some local officials are taking drastic measures in order to push past a wall of vaccine hesitancy that has been plaguing the nation, (no pun intended). For some, this simply means spending more money on advocacy campaigns and outreach, while, for others, the quest to get more shots in arms is taking a more militant approach. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) on Monday asked private businesses, including bars and restaurants, to “go to vaccine-only admission,” thereby barring patrons who are unvaccinated and insisting that the proposed policy is in their “best business interest.” “Everybody has to get vaccinated,” Cuomo said during Monday’s press conference, emphasizing the importance of “outreach, outreach, outreach.” “Deploy community groups. Deploy people who have credibility in the community, religious leaders. Educate people who still think that this is made up and it’s a problem and nobody really tested this and incentivize the vaccinations,” he said, touting President Biden’s $100 per vaccine pitch. Then came the scary part… “Private businesses, I am asking them and suggesting to them go to vaccine-only admission. Go to vaccine-only admission. We did this,” he said. “Radio City Music Hall months ago reopened vaccine-only, sold out all the shows. Sports arenas, they went up to about 90 percent vaccine-only.” The possibility of private businesses discriminating against the unvaccinated has been a growing concern among freedom experts from the moment that these inoculations became available, and it seems as though the worry is far from over.

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