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Samuel L. Jackson Rips Into Kavanaugh on Twitter. Twitter Reminds Him Who His Buddies Are.

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Samuel L. Jackson has joined the hoards of Hollywood leftists who somehow have a magical, famous person ability to tell that Kavanaugh is lying even though the prosecutor that questioned Christine Ford last week says she wouldn’t bring criminal charges against him.

I guess when you’re famous for cursing a lot in violent, R-rated movies, you know more than a seasoned sexual assault prosecutor, right?

This is at least what Jackson seemed to think when he retweeted a spoof video made which edited clips from one of his most famous scenes in Pulp Fiction with Kavanaugh’s testimony last week, adding “Funny as hell, but there’s nothing funny about his Lying Fratboy Ass!!!”

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Just to make doubly-clear that he’s already convicted Kavanaugh in the court of pompous leftist celebrity know-it-alls, Jackson doubled-down on the tweet, declaring later “Apologies to you Fratboys that aren’t liars & rapists, I cast that net a lil bit wide.”

*Facepalm*

Well, we wonder what Jackson thinks about men like Ben Affleck, Harvey Weinstein, and Kevin Spacey, all men who have also been accused of sexual assault, much, much more recently and reliably we might add, than Brett Kavanaugh, and all of whom Jackson has been seen rubbing elbows with.

This is what conservative commentator Jim Treacher pointed out in an epic tweet thread featuring Jackson posing for pictures with all of these men, and more:

I wonder how quick Jackson was to condemn all these men after their allegations broke? Or maybe, just maybe, he only believes Kavanaugh is guilty because, like so many Americans, he just wants to. 

H/T Conservative Tribune

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ACU Calls on Delta Airlines to Correct Their Lies About Georgia Voter ID law

Continuing its efforts to protect our liberty from the threats of woke corporations the ACU sent a letter to the Delta over their Georgia lies

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Since Georgia passed their election integrity law, anyone who has followed the news knows how major corporations have taken steps based on the false cancel culture claims about the bill. A week ago, we learned that the American Conservative Union (ACU) announced the establishment of The Center To Protect Voters and Their Voices. This ACU unit is designed to prevent woke corporations from using their resources to skew the political discourse toward policies that attack Americans’ freedoms as they did in Georgia and previously in other states. Delta Georgia lies Now the ACU is expanding its fight to protect the rights of Americans. They wrote the CEO of Delta Airlines and published online, a letter calling on Delta Airlines, Inc. to correct their inaccurate description Of Georgia’s voter ID law. Or, as I call it, their lies. Here’s the letter: Mr. Edward Bastian Chief Executive Officer, Delta Air Lines Inc. Delta Air Lines Inc. Dear Mr. Bastian, As one of the nation’s largest airlines, Delta touches the lives of hundreds of millions of people throughout the freedom-loving world. Many of these are Americans who value free enterprise, common sense and fairness. Overseas, they are advocates for democracy who look to the United States for guidance as they strive to replicate our ability to respect individual sovereignty and liberty. On behalf of all these people, the American Conservative Union (ACU) urges you to correct your misleading and damaging statements about the Georgia voting law, SB 202, and we ask for a meeting to discuss our concerns with your embrace of unAmerican political forces. In the past, Delta has needed the support of conservative organizations, like ACU, to pursue sound policies that sustain Delta’s business. When your interests align with conservative values, we have been able to work together. For example, many…

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Poll: Majority of Americans Think Corporations have Gotten Too Political

A new poll finds that a majority of Americans think that American corporations have gotten far too political and should get back to just selling stuff.

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A new poll finds that a majority of Americans think that U.S. corporations have gotten far too political and should get back to just selling stuff. We have witnessed a growing number of corporations going woke since Georgia passed its new election integrity law. These corporations are pushing a hardcore, left-wing line of lies against the Georgia and have made all sorts of false claims about the new law. But a recent poll by the Daily Wire finds that a majority of Americans are already sick and tired of the left-wing posturing of these corporations. The Daily Wire poll found that 64 percent of those surveyed are less likely to support these big-mouthed corporations. The poll also found that most Americans did not support the decision by Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game from Atlanta. https://twitter.com/guypbenson/status/1379845164169101313 https://twitter.com/guypbenson/status/1379845165897121792 So, why are these corporations doing all this despite the fact that they are pissing off half of America? Well, there are two reasons. First is cowardice. Instead of standing for American free speech and respecting the rights of the states to run their own lives, these corporations are siding with the anti-American left and are engaging in economic terrorism against us. They are doing this not out of principle, though. They are doing it to prevent people from suing them. After all, leftists sue everybody at the drop of a hat. Conservatives almost never do. That means these corporations are guessing that they can escape legal problems by mollifying the left despite angering the right. The second reason is business. These big corporations imagine that if they follow the left, it will help lead to the destruction of their smaller competitors and they will be the last men standing. They also imagine that they can control government through their big…

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