May 19, 2022

Presidential Impeachments Sweep Across South America

Peru‚Äôs¬†Congress¬†filed a motion to impeach President Pedro Castillo on Nov. 25, which political rival Keiko Fujimori and her Popular Force party supported. Castillo‚Äôs administration has been plagued with¬†scandal and corruption¬†charges since he took office this summer. The Nov. 25 impeachment motion¬†makes Peru the third South American nation…

Kamala goes viral as she accidentally predicts Republicans will sweep in 2022, 2024

Warned that what happens in Virginia elections does not stay in Virginia If history is any guide, Vice President Kamala Harris was on to something when she warned at a Terry McAuliffe campaign rally over weekend that what happens in Virginia elections does not stay in Virginia. In fact, two of the biggest Republican congressional […]

Anti-Critical Race Theory Candidates Sweep Local Board of Education Endorsements

Critical Race Theory (CRT) opponents in Guilford, Connecticut, won out last week after Republicans voted to place five candidates the group endorsed on the board of education ballot. The five candidates, endorsed by local organization Truth in Education, were selected from eight nominees and defeated three incumbent board of education members, reported the Connecticut Examiner.…

Anti-Trump Prince Alwaleed ‚Äď a BIG Clinton DONOR ‚Äď is Jailed in Corruption Sweep in Saudi Arabia

In December 2015 Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal slammed Donald Trump for proposing a ban on Muslim immigrants in the US until the government could alleviate security concerns. Prince Alwaleed called Donald Trump a ‚Äúdisgrace‚ÄĚ for his popular plan. .@realDonaldTrumpYou are a disgrace not only to the GOP but to all America. Withdraw from the […]

Socialist Sweep New Hampshire

  Shortly after Barack Obama swept into the White House while giving Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid a coattail Marxist Congress, Newsweek Magazine ran the cover “We’re all Socialists now,” based on Jon Meacham’s lead article with the same headline. ¬†Without a doubt, the election of that president and that Congress moved reality closer to […]

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