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The Stats Are In: ESPN’s Political Push Cost Them HOW MUCH?!

With Donald Trump in the White House, the nation knew that all of the focus we could muster would likely be sent that direction.

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With Donald Trump in the White House, the nation knew that all of the focus we could muster would likely be sent that direction.

Not only was Trump a bold and unorthodox choice for the highest office in the nation, but as a boisterous figure who’s fond of Twitter, the media truly had no choice but to pay attention to him.  If they didn’t, he could simply put out 140 characters that explained why they should be, and that would be the end of that particular conversation.

But does that mean that ESPN had to jump on the political “resistance” bandwagon?  A plethora of Americans think not, and they’ve demonstrated their displeasure with the formerly sports-specific network by cutting the figurative cord in 2018.

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According to Disney’s recently released annual report, sports network ESPN has lost 2 million domestic subscribers over the course of 2018.

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Disney’s report revealed that the company’s sports network, ESPN, currently has 86 million subscribers. This is down two million from the 88 million subscribers to the sports commentary and news station in 2017.

ESPN wasn’t the only Disney-owned network to lose subscribers this year: The Disney Channel went from 92 million subscribers in 2017 to 89 million subscribers in 2018, while Freeform fell by two million subscribers to 90 million, and Disney Junior and Disney XD both lost approximately three million subscribers.

ESPN’s troubles began nearly three years ago when they fired MLB legend and commentator Curt Schilling over his personal tweets on the subject of transgender bathrooms.

 

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Second Amendment Activist Claims Kamala Harris Hiding Her Gun Confiscation Plans With ‘Fancy Words’

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According to Second Amendment activist Colion Noir, Joe Biden’s vice presidential running mate, Kamala Harris is crouching her true intent to confiscate firearms behind language such as “mandatory buyback,” a policy that she catches a lot of flak for, especially from those on the right politically speaking. Noir recently made an appearance on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program where he showcased past statements made by Harris that proves she’s not anti-gun, but wants the guns in the hands of government officials and not ordinary citizens as the Second Amendment states. Here’s more on this from Fox News: In September 2019, while she was still running for president, Harris told NBC’s “The Tonight Show” that she supports a “mandatory buyback” of high-caliber, semi-automatic firearms that are often dubbed “assault weapons.” “I do believe we need to do buybacks and I’ll tell you why,” she told host Jimmy Fallon. “They are weapons of war was no place on the streets of a civil society.” “[Harris] can use whatever pretty fancy words and euphemisms she wants to use,” Noir said, “but what she’s talking about is literally taking people’s guns and I think people really need to grasp that.” Carlson commented on the irony of how Harris wants to force Americans to surrender their firearms, a goal that could only be obtained if government officials did so while armed with guns. “She is not inherently anti-gun,” Noir said. “She has anti-gun for you and me. But when it comes to her having guns or whoever she has enforcing her law, she doesn’t have a problem with that.” If Harris starts down the path of taking away “assault weapons” like the AR-15, she’s only a hop, skip, and a jump from taking away handguns, especially since the vast majority of gun crime in the…

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President Trump Says He’d ‘Go In And Do A Number On Middle East Countries Persecuting Christians’

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President Trump recently said that he would “do a number” on countries located in the Middle East that are persecuting Christians if he could find solid proof and evidence that sort of thing was happening. Christians in that part of the world are heavily persecuted, mostly by radical Muslim government regimes and terrorist groups, for daring to stand up boldly for the gospel of Jesus Christ. Here’s more on this from The Washington Examiner: “If you look at the way Christians have been treated in some countries, it’s beyond disgraceful,” Trump said Thursday during a news conference at the White House. “If I had information and if I had absolute proof — some of the stories that we’ve heard, which are not easy, which is not easy to get — I would go in and do a number to those countries like you wouldn’t believe. He added, “What they do to Christians in the Middle East — it’s disgraceful.” Trump made the comment while discussing the nascent “Abraham Accord” treaty to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. This is not only going to be a big help to Christians in that area of the world, but it will also help Israel as well. For many, many years, the Jewish Nation has been surrounded by countries who do not recognize it’s legitimate right to exist. Striking this deal is a first step in changing that way of thinking in that part of the world. It’s something a lot of folks probably never dreamed possible before. Christians are told in the Bible to expect persecutions and to rejoice in suffering for the cause of Christ. However, that doesn’t mean we should allow persecution to continue on as if it’s a good thing. It’s not. If we have an opportunity…

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