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VIDEO: Trump Takes Romney And Pelosi To Task During National Prayer Breakfast

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President Trump wasted no time during the National Prayer Breakfast, taking an opportunity to slap at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican Sen. Mitt Romney concerning the behavior of both this week.

Pelosi has earned the president’s ire not only for the whole impeachment fiasco, but also for ripping up his State of the Union speech after the address on Tuesday evening. Then, of course, Mitt Romney made history by opting to be the only Republican who voted in favor of impeaching the president.

It’s not hard to see why he was ready to take aim at these two individuals.

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At the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, the day after he was officially acquitted by the Senate on the Democrats’ impeachment articles, President Trump took thinly veiled shots at two of the people who proclaimed him “guilty” of impeachable offenses: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), the lone Republican senator to to vote with Democrats on their accusation of “Abuse of Power.”

Pelosi famously told the press in December that she frequently prays for Trump. “I still pray for the President,” she declared. “I pray for the President all the time.”

During the Prayer Breakfast Thursday, Trump — with Pelosi seated to his left on the stage — held up headlines declaring him “acquitted” and criticized those who “use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong,” as well as those who “say ‘I pray for you’ when they know that that’s not so.”

“As everybody knows, my family, our great country, and your president have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people,” said Trump (video below). “They have done everything possible to destroy us and, by so doing, very badly hurt our nation.”

Trump continued on saying, “They know what they are doing is wrong, but they put themselves far ahead of our great country. Weeks ago, and again yesterday, courageous Republican politicians and leaders had the wisdom, fortitude and strength to do what everyone knows was right.”

“I don’t like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong,” the president said. “Nor do I like people who say ‘I pray for you’ when they know that that’s not so.”

It’ll be interesting to see what kind of relationship, if any, Pelosi continues to have with the president given the actions that were taken this week.

Lots of Democrats are disappointed with Pelosi’s behavior and believe it will end up costing her and the party big time this November.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci Makes Prediction On When He Thinks COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Ready

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s leading expert on infectious diseases, recently stated that he believes a vaccine for the coronavirus will be fully tested, prepared, and effective to use by the end of the year. Whether or not folks on the left want to hear this is another story. If you look at the major breakthroughs that have happened lately in regard to the virus, it seems as if Democrats actually want this pandemic and the restrictions with it, to stick around for a lot longer. This probably has something to do with the presidential election in November. via Daily Wire: “I would still put my money on November, December,” Fauci said at a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute panel, CNN reported. Fauci, an immunologist and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases who serves on the White House Coronavirus Task Force, said testing a vaccine requires about 150 subjects to actually get the virus. “Right now, the trials are over two thirds enrolled – really close to full enrollment on one, and over full enrollment on the other,” he said. “It really depends on where the sites are and how many infections there are in a site. So you could get your answer sooner, or you can get your answer a bit later.” “Fauci said his projection of November or December is informed by calculations based on where the clinical trial sites are in their studies,” CNN said in its report. President Trump stated earlier in the week that new plans are underway from the Department of Defense working in tandem with health agencies, to ensure that every single American can get the vaccine for free, once it is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Agencies in the government are eyeing January as the target date…

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As November Election Draws Near, NRA Reveals It Raised More In August Than Any Month In 2016

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The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund, which is a political action committee that is associated with the pro-second amendment organization, ended up raising more than $1.7 million in the month of August, completely annihilating its August 2016 totals and raising more cash than any month ahead of the election held that year. One has to wonder how much the riots, looting, and violence that has spread across the country has had to do with that? You know, the fact that people are now wide awake to the reality that the left isn’t going to be there to help them or manage the chaos exploding around them, is an effective promotion of the importance of gun rights. via Fox News: The $1,725,700 the organization raised in August is almost $240,000 higher than its best month of 2016, March, when it raised just under $1.5 million. The NRA’s PAC pulled in $1.4 million in August 2016. “The NRA is grateful to our members and gun owners for a record-breaking August,” NRA spokeswoman Amy Hunter told Fox News. “Americans step up when their rights are in danger, and they’re stepping up now because they know the stakes of this election couldn’t be higher.” Hunter added that its August fundraising total “is proof that people want to protect their gun rights and their right to self-defense, and that they trust and depend on the NRA to protect these rights and freedoms.” This massive increase in fundraising is happening as the November election, which is a showdown between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, draws nearer and nearer. Both individuals have very different stances on this issue, with Trump being very pro-gun and Biden being the polar opposite. The August numbers pulled in by the NRA are the highest it has brought…

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