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Uber driver kicks out Trump supporters

(DAILY CALLER) — It ain’t easy being a conservative these days. New reports are popping up every week about conservatives being denied service at restaurants and now even from a ride-sharing company solely because of their political beliefs.

Six Republican campaign volunteers have a similar story. They say they were kicked out of an Uber on Saturday in Raleigh, North Carolina, as their driver told them “welcome to the resistance.”

Mary Russell, a volunteer, and Chris Godbey, the Executive Director of the Young Republicans National Federation, sat down with the Daily Caller to share their horrifying experience.

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Jim Jordan accusations come from ‘Republican establishment’

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Prominent conservative lawmaker Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, is battling allegations that he helped cover up sexual abuse at Ohio State University, and a longtime conservative activist believes the controversy is simply an effort to tarnish Jordan and block him from becoming speaker of the House.

“The deep state strikes again,” said Richard Viguerie, who pioneered direct mail in political campaigning. He is also chairman of conservativehq.com and author of “Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It.”

“Any time conservatives look like they’re making any progress or gain in dismantling the deep state or challenging their position, authority or power, they do whatever is necessary to set the conservative cause back.

“That’s all this is. They’re in a panic mode that Jim Jordan could be the next Republican speaker of the House of Representatives,” said Viguerie.

Viguerie says grassroots conservatives across the nation have the highest regard for Jordan, one of the founders of the House Freedom Caucus.

“I put Jim at the very highest level of character, of values. He’s a very serious person. To the extent that I know him, I have nothing but the highest admiration and respect for him. Quite frankly, every conservative without exception that I know at the national, state and local level feels the same way,” said Viguerie.

Numerous former Ohio State wrestlers are also coming to Jordan’s defense.

But “deep state” is a general term. If it’s nothing but a smear campaign, who exactly is behind it? Viguerie says the answer should be obvious.

“Who benefits? Who would benefit by the establishment staying in power? That’s who you can look to for the perpetrators of this,” said Viguerie. “Without naming names here, the Republican establishment, the Washington, D.C., establishment is going to benefit by the present leadership staying in power.”

Viguerie says the GOP congressional leaders are a major disappointment to many grassroots conservatives on a host of key issues, starting with health care. He noted Republicans passed full repeal of Obamacare time after time when leaders knew it would never become law. Once the GOP controlled Congress and the White House, things changed.

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“They wouldn’t bring it up for a vote anymore. They were afraid that it would be undone,” said Viguerie.

Jordan was perhaps the most vocal conservative House member demanding an up-or-down vote on a full repeal.

Viguerie says there are other issues as well.

“They don’t want to dismantle the administrative state, build a wall, (pass) serious immigration reform that really controls the border,” he said.

He believes the D.C. establishment fears Jordan because many conservatives see him as a leader.

“In the 60 years almost that I’ve been involved at the national level of the conservative movement, he number one thing we’ve needed all those years above anything else is leadership,” he said.

“Jim Jordan, through the Freedom Caucus in the House of Representatives, is providing that leadership, one of the very few Republicans in the country that is actually providing leadership that the grassroots can look up too,” said Viguerie.

But for Jordan to be a threat, he would need to be in a position to win the support of a majority of House Republicans in the next leadership election. House Freedom Caucus members have historically fallen well short in challenging the likes of former House Speaker John Boehner.

Viguerie says Jordan is in position to win that kind of support within the House GOP conference.

“The grassroots is very unhappy with the present leadership. I think there’s a lot of people who voted with establishment candidates in the past and realizing that the establishment is not producing for the voters, for the American people.

“With a new Congress coming in here (following the 2018 midterms), I think a conservative candidate like Jim Jordan would be very, very competitive,” said Viguerie.

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Investigation focuses on abortion death … of mother

 

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The objective of an abortion is to produce a death, but it’s not supposed to be the mother who dies, as happened in the case of Diamond Williams.

The death of the 18-year-old two years ago remains under investigation by her family, who are awaiting critically important paperwork.

Operation Rescue, a prominent pro-life organization that once bought a building used by an abortion clinic to shut down the business, says no one should deny the case is tragic.

“Whether a person is pro-life or pro-choice, no one should think it’s okay for an abortionist to conduct a surgical abortion in an ill-equipped abortion facility on a woman whose risk factors contraindicate outpatient surgery,” said Operation Rescue’s Cheryl Sullenger in a report about the case.

“No one should think it’s okay for an abortion facility to fail to follow up with a woman suffering complications from an abortion.

“And no one should think it’s okay for an abortion clinic attorney fail to disclose a conflict of interest then to delay the release of complete documents to a grieving family member.”

Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said there are still many questions surrounding Williams’ death.

“Her family continues to suffer from her loss to this day, and they deserve answers as to why so much seemed to go wrong starting with the abortion facility and its apparent neglect,” he said. “Hopefully, answers can be found along with justice, so this traumatized family can finally begin to heal.”

It happened in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Williams went to the Carolina Center for Women, later called A Women’s Choice of Charlotte, for a scheduled abortion.

At 18, she was 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 300 pounds, and was a high-risk patient.

She suffered from diabetes mellitus, a metabolic disorder.

“Because of her medical issues, the clinic’s staff should have turned her away. Accepting her as a patient proved to be a fatal mistake,” Sullenger said.

She checked in first thing in the morning and was escorted out the door to where her mother was waiting only after staff had started shutting off lights and closing down for the day.

Her mother, Shakira, called the clinic’s after-hours help line when her daughter had severe pain. Don’t worry, she was told.

Still with pain a day later, Shakira made another call and was promised a return contact, which never came.

It wasn’t long before Shakira heard a scream.

“I ran to find Diamond lying face down unable to speak and foaming at the mouth,” she told OR. “We called 911 and the operator said from what I was explaining, my daughter may have just suffered a seizure.”

Family members were hysterical when a fire unit arrived, and apparently perceiving the reaction as aggression, responders closed the other children into a bedroom.

“It is unclear what steps the emergency responders actually took to save Diamond, but for Shakira, it seemed like they weren’t doing much, and she wondered why they weren’t working harder to help her daughter.”

Eventually, paramedics rolled her onto a body bag and dragged her out the patio door, taking her to Novant Health Presbyterian Center.

Again, Shakira was in a waiting room.

When she was allowed to see Diamond, she said her daughter was “bleeding from everywhere.”

Diamond was pronounced dead four days after the abortion.

It took more than a year, after hiring a lawyer, for Shakira to get some of the documentation from her daughter’s death. But even then it was incomplete.

One thing was significant: No cause of death was listed.

But the autopsy found “retained products of dissection,” an incomplete abortion.

Shakira’s attorney abruptly told her he was out of the picture, and she found out he had been representing the abortion clinic in another case.

Shakira now is working even to find out the name of the abortionist and other information from the medical records.

“Now, over two years after Diamond’s passing, Shakira has finally found the strength to fight to right wrongs done to her daughter. Although the process has been very difficult, she wants people to know what happened to Diamond,” OR said.

 

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Hamas plans to attack Israel with ‘exploding drones’

Iran has built suicide drones for terror proxy Hamas

Iran has built suicide drones for terror proxy Hamas

Hamas has been diverting resources intended for civilian development in Gaza to enhance its military capabilities, including a growing drone program.

Now, with arson-based tactics such as incendiary kites already in use, Israeli defense officials believe Hamas wants to deploy exploding drones to extend its reach further into the country, reports the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

Israel held an emergency cabinet session Sunday after terrorists launched an estimated 200 missiles at Israeli communities on the border. Israel’s military responded by hitting dozens of Hamas targets.

According to Palestinian media reports, Israel also deployed three drones to strike Palestinians launching incendiary kites and balloons, wounding three terrorists.

During the cabinet meeting, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman warned Israel has “no intention of tolerating this – not rockets, not kites, not drones – nothing.”

Hamas already has deployed several drones to infiltrate Israel and exploited the incidents as propaganda victories, IPT said.

Citing the daily Hebrew-language newspaper Israel Hayom, IPT said Hamas is preparing to mount explosive material on unmanned aerial vehicles to target Israel communities deeper into the country.

Hamas already has been affixing timers to incendiary aerial devices to delay their detonation and maximize damage.

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan warned that “we are seeing an obvious trend” and that Hamas operatives “are constantly increasing their kites’ range and they are using ‎other airborne devices” which “may even reach Judea ‎and Samaria,” also known as the West Bank.

IPT noted Iran has built a fleet of suicide drones for its main terrorist proxies, including Hamas, to assemble and launch kamikaze style attacks.

Hamas maintains an increasingly sophisticated domestic drone program as well.

Israel also faces a drone threat from the Iranian proxy Hezbollah as well as from ISIS and al-Qaida’s affiliate in Syria.

And Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has deployed drones into Israeli airspace to test Israel’s resolve.

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‘It took Trump to do what Bush, Bill Clinton couldn’t’

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The criticism by two former presidents of President Trump’s re-examination of NATO, insisting allies pay their fair share, is ironic, says author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza.

“An accounting, a re-examination is long overdue,” said D’Souza in an interview with the Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham regarding comments by former President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton last Thursday at a forum at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.

“It took an outsider like Trump to do it,” D’Souza said of Trump’s efforts to reform NATO.

“And to watch these old geezers complain about it. These guys have been like toy soldiers who walk into the wall and keep going,” D’Souza said of Bush and Clinton.

“The examination was overdue in their time, and it’s happening, finally, now,” he said.

See D’Souza’s works at the WND Superstore, including “Hillary’s America,” “America: Imagine The World Without Her,” “2016: Obama’s America,” “God Forsaken,” “Roots of Obama’s Rage” and “What’s So Great About Christianity?”

Bush inferred that the U.S. wasn’t taking its proper leadership role, saying, “The truth of the matter is the way that the world is today, that if the U.S. takes the lead, others tend to follow.”

Clinton said: “Do you really want to say, ‘We’re going to make sure everybody has a big military, but we’re not going to help anybody build their own future and change their own lives?’ I don’t think so.”

D’Souza commented that the “very fact that two guys that ran against each other from opposite parties can come together like this shows how Trump has changed the political cartography, the whole map of international relations now.”

The re-examination of NATO, he said, should have been done in 1992 when the Soviet Union collapsed, because the purpose of the alliance was to defend the West against communism.

Another premise for NATO, D’Souza pointed out, goes back to World War II, when the U.S. and its allies decided to pay for the defense of Germany to prevent it from militarizing as it did in the Nazi era.

D’Souza’s new film, “Death of a Nation,” which argues President Trump is facing the kind of fierce opposition President Abraham Lincoln faced at another time of sharp division, debuts Aug. 3 in theaters nationwide.

See the trailer for D’Souza’s upcoming film:

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Devious, dark forces at work to derail America

President Donald Trump and wife, Melania, on Inauguration Day

President Donald Trump and wife, Melania, on Inauguration Day

Dear friend of WND,

We are living in amazing but unsettling times. Millions of Americans – while more grateful than ever that they “dodged a bullet” in 2016 by electing Donald Trump and avoiding the sheer horror of a Hillary Clinton presidency – are increasingly appalled at the ongoing campaign to undo the results and promise of that election.

We are bombarded daily with increasingly bizarre and surreal news reports. Like the outrageously biased Mueller investigation into Trump’s non-existent “Russia collusion.” Like embarrassingly deranged Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi and Maxine Waters constantly claiming President Trump is mentally incompetent and must be impeached. Like the Washington “swamp” – which includes treacherous, self-serving, never-Trump establishment Republicans – working daily to undermine America’s duly elected president as he tirelessly keeps his promises to revive America’s economy, stop the tidal wave of illegal immigration, protect America from terrorists, and successfully pursue the Reagan policy of “peace through strength” in North Korea, Iran and other potential nuclear powder kegs around the world.

“The swamp” is using all the forces at its disposal to discredit and block every good, sensible, job-saving, freedom-saving and life-saving policy the Trump administration tries to implement.

But who is arguably the most important player of all in determining the outcome of what some are calling America’s “second civil war”?

That would be the news media.

As a veteran journalist, I can say unequivocally that today’s “mainstream” news establishment is more unprofessional, unprincipled, unhinged, biased, lazy, dishonest, corrupt – and, in some cases, flat-out insane – than at any time during my 35 years as a newsman.

Indeed, as I wrote in “The Marketing of Evil,” in today’s America “no institution is more complicit in making evil appear good and good appear evil” than the news media.

For that very reason, if real America is going to ultimately prevail in this new “civil war” – if there’s to be a real chance to permanently reclaim our nation – one thing that is critically needed is a genuinely truth-oriented, pro-American alternative media to counteract the treacherous performance of the elite “mainstream” press.

As you may know, for 21 years WND has been at the forefront of this movement, having in large measure launched the “real news” revolution as the first independent online news-gathering company.

Started by a team of long-time veterans of the “mainstream media,” WND took on the establishment and has been fighting the good fight ever since – exposing wrongdoing, corruption and abuse of power wherever they are found, without fear or favor, in the best tradition of American journalism. Almost alone among today’s journalism organizations, WND has summoned the raw courage and professionalism to report crucial stories that almost no one else – liberal or conservative – will touch. Sometimes we have paid a heavy price, as most pioneers do. For example, what other major-league media organization defends, in a professional journalistic way, the Judeo-Christian moral foundation of America and doesn’t pretend sexual anarchy and perversion are somehow normal and wholesome?

There’s a reason you probably do not know, which in part explains why WND is virtually alone in its independence and willingness to cover stories even other “conservative” or “alternative” media organizations will not.

Do you remember hearing a while back about a Washington, D.C.-based alternative news organization that had actually been the original funder of Fusion GPS, the notorious “oppo-research” outfit that later produced the infamously fraudulent, Democrat-funded “Trump dossier”? Or (to cite another actual example) what do you suppose happens when a journalism organization’s billionaire funder is overall a good, solid Republican – except he has a gay son who “married” his homosexual partner, and now the father is intensely focused on getting the Republican Party to embrace the entire LGBT agenda? Do you think a news organization funded by him, however conservative and reasonable and right-thinking it might otherwise be, will spend much time exposing the LGBT juggernaut that is currently turning American society, culture and law upside-down?

This is what can and does happen when you are basically a good news organization with good people, but funded by a billionaire with an agenda.

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Meet Devin Nunes – man at center of ‘drain-the-swamp’ storm

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Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.

For months, Rep. Devin Nunes has been a key figure in efforts to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C.

First, in March 2017, the California Republican who chairs the House Intelligence Committee revealed that members of the intel community had collected communications from Trump’s transition team back while Obama was president – leaving Democrats scrambling to reclaim their narrative that Trump had no evidence to back his claim that Obama had “wiretapped” Trump Tower.

Then, Nunes, badgered by a combative establishment media, defended his decision to tell President Trump about the surveillance, while repeatedly explaining he had seen no evidence of communication between Russia and Trump’s transition team.

After that, he was at the center of the storm over a four-page memo alleging “shocking” surveillance abuses of the Trump presidential campaign by the Justice Department and FBI – abuses some who have seen it call “worse than Watergate.” In response, at least two pundits on MSNBC absurdly questioned on-air whether Nunes is a Russian agent.

Meanwhile, Nunes, whose staff authored the memo, released a statement essentially confirming that the FBI used “unverified information” from the notorious anti-Trump dossier in its application for a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign officials.

Then, after release of the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report, Nunes again slammed the Justice Department, this time for holding back key documents relating to his own investigations that remained under wraps until the DOJ watchdog’s report was released.

At every point along the way, Nunes is on the cutting edge of those committed to finally “draining the Washington, D.C., swamp.”

But who is Devin Nunes, and what does he believe? What are the principles for which he has been fighting in Congress since 2003? What type of future does he want for America?

The answers to those questions can be found in Nunes’ book “Restoring the Republic: A Clear, Concise, and Colorful Blueprint For America’s Future,” which is available at the WND Superstore.

In “Restoring the Republic,” Nunes lays out a detailed plan for how to fix the problems threatening the nation’s future. In his own words, the congressman reveals:

  • How America can break its dependence on Middle Eastern oil and transform itself into an energy powerhouse;
  • How America can prevent Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from exploding the national debt and ruining the country financially;
  • How the nation can restore economic growth through a simpler, fairer tax code;
  • How the U.S. can deal with the many international threats it faces;
  • How America’s borders can be defended and its broken immigration system fixed;
  • And how failing public schools can be repaired.

Plus, Nunes reveals why politicians from both parties refuse to discuss the one most critical reform needed to restore the republic.

The congressman draws on his experience growing up in the breadbasket of central California. As a child on his family’s dairy farm in Tulare County, Nunes saw firsthand how the convergence of big government, big business and the radical left wreaked havoc on an entire community, transforming once-prosperous farmland of the San Joaquin Valley into little more than blighted desert.

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Now those same forces are threatening the nation as a whole, and Nunes offers solutions on how to beat them back and keep America strong and free.

Niall Ferguson, a Harvard University history professor and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, showered “Restoring the Republic” with praise.

“Devin Nunes is one of a new generation of Republican politicians who articulate the frustrations of millions of ordinary Americans with the way their country – or at least their government – has lost sight of the first principles embedded in the Constitution. A believer in freedom in all its varieties and a skeptic of big government, he reads like one of the true sons of the Reagan Revolution,” he wrote.

Victor Davis Hanson, a military historian and columnist for National Review Online, wrote effusively about Nunes’ book as well.

“In common sense logic and language, Rep. Devin Nunes outlines how both Republican and Democratic administrations and congresses in the past have nearly bankrupted the country, wedded to a utopian social, economic, and cultural agenda that we can never pay for nor will ever work. Most importantly, he offers not just a critique of these depressing times, but also a conservative blueprint for national renewal that, if followed, would allow us to pay off our debts, reform a corrupt political system, harness out-of-control entitlements, and utilize all our own energy sources.”

Take a deep dive into the mind of the man on your TV screen. Order Order “Restoring the Republic” now from the WND Superstore.

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