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A Never-Trumper just made this insane claim about the Supreme Court



Never-Trumpers like to claim they are the true defenders of the conservative movement.

That lie is getting harder and harder for them to justify.

And a Never-Trumper just made this insane claim about the Supreme Court.

Joe Scarborough likes to present himself as the gatekeeper for conservatism.

Scarborough left the GOP over Donald Trump and uses his MSNBC show to support the full gamut of Democrat Party policies.

On Tuesday, Scarborough joined the litany of corporate media figures attacking the Supreme Court for allowing a Texas law to go into effect that banned abortion after six weeks.

Scarborough falsely claimed that 70 percent of Americans support abortion on demand and declared abortion a “constitutional right.”

“And you know, Mika, just there’s so much about this ruling I don’t get. As you know, one of my favorite sayings is that in politics, sometimes when you win, you lose, and when you lose, you win. And that saying, of course, from the late Illinois Senator Paul Simon applies to this new Texas abortion law, where the losers aren’t just limited to Republican politicians. Another institution deeply damaged by the Texas law is the U.S. Supreme Court, who willingly — and I really still can’t believe this — they willingly went along with the GOP’s ploy to strip Americans of a constitutional right that 70% of Americans support — a constitutional right that’s been recognized by the Supreme Court for 50 years. And they did so based purely on procedural grounds,” Scarborough stated.

Scarborough’s full-throated defense of abortion up until the moment of birth is why critics accuse Never-Trumpers of being grifters.

Never-Trumpers like Scarborough declared they could not support Donald Trump which destroyed their standing in the Republican Party.

The only option remaining for relevancy and to secure a financial future was sell themselves out to the left and essentially become Democrats – they support every Democrat policy initiative – but keep their Republican label so their new liberal audiences can feel reaffirmed that everything they believed about the Republican Party representing an existential threat to democracy was true because even these former “Republicans” said so.

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A New York Times reporter is under investigation over two profane phone calls



The New York Times is under fire.

This is a major self-inflicted wound.

And this New York Times reporter is under investigation over two profane phone calls.

On Thursday, the National Association for Gun Rights posted audio of two deranged voicemails New York Times reporter Erin Marquis left with their Great Lakes Gun Rights affiliate.

Identifying herself as a New York Times reporter, Marquis cursed the group for not demanding the government ban and outright confiscate firearms in the wake of the school shooting in suburban Detroit.

“Hi, I’m a journalist with The New York Times,” Marquis ranted. “I’m just calling to wonder, I have two questions. How do you sleep at night? Aren’t you just, like, a little bit worried that there might be a hell, and when you meet God he might send you there? The only people politicizing this seems to be you, because you’re the only people I got a f*cking press release from. Again, I am from The New York Times, and I am letting everyone in The New York Times know what kind of f*cking a**holes you are. Congrats on being a laughingstock.”

Marquis called a second time and wished death upon individuals that worked at the pro-Second Amendment grassroots group.

“You f*cking ghouls, I hope that there is a God in heaven, so he judges you when you die,” Marquis added.

New York Times spokeswoman Danielle Rhoades Ha tried to distance The Times from Marquis by emphasizing that Marquis did not work in The Times actual newsroom but for a site affiliated with The Times.

As if that made Marquis’ profane threats any better or more professional.

“We are currently reviewing this matter, which involves an employee of Wirecutter, our product recommendation site,” Ha said in a statement adding that Marquis “does not work in the The New York Times newsroom.”

Everyone knows reporters are left-wing lunatics and Marquis provided audio proof.

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Joy Reid’s Supreme Court meltdown will leave your jaw on the ground



MSNBC’s Joy Reid is one of the most insane hosts on all of cable TV.

Tucker Carlson mockingly refers to Reid as “the race lady.”

And now Joy Reid’s Supreme Court meltdown will leave your jaw on the ground.

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.

In this case, the state of Mississippi defended its ban on abortions after 15 weeks and asked the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Oral arguments made it clear that all six of the Republican appointed justices would uphold the Mississippi law and that five of the conservative appointees were willing to go further and overturn Roe v. Wade entirely.

That led to a full-on corporate-controlled media freak out as the left-wing activists in the corporate-controlled press view abortion-on-demand as the holy sacrament for modern day socialism.

MSNBC’s Joy Reid threw one of the worst temper tantrums.

Reid ranted and raved about how there are alternatives to abortion such as adoption and safe haven laws that allow parents to give up children within 48 hours.

The MSNBC host fumed that the court’s conservatives viewed saving a baby’s life as a more fundamental right than some abortionist killing it.

“Mississippi’s defense of their 15-week abortion law makes a case that’s truly bizarre, arguing that things are different than they were back in the ’70s. That ‘Today, adoption is acceptable, and on a wide scale women attain both professional success and a rich family life.’ So why can’t we just force poor women and rape victims bring fetuses to term? Can they not just leave the babies at the doorstep of a firehouse and get back to the office?” Reid fumed.

Reid hysterically shouted into the camera that pro-lifers merely want to turn women into child birthing vessels because they believe the horror of abortion mills killing 62,000,000 babies since the Roe decision needed to come to an end.

“They are making the argument that a woman is essentially a vessel whose only purpose is to give birth. And that a woman has no other value or separate rights. Her job is to carry this, this being, that is it. That’s what you are supposed to do,” Reid exclaimed.

Literally no one believes that.

But it’s become a popular fantasy on the left since the debut of the Hulu show The Handmaid’s Tale, which is about a future America turned into a theocracy where women are forced into childbirth.

Pro-life laws are about saving the lives of innocent unborn babies who have no one to speak on their behalf.

Joy Reid and other corporate-controlled media activists believe these babies are expendable clumps of cells.

And they cannot deal with the fact that their long-cherished “right” to abortion on demand may come to an end.

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Sean Hannity surprised everyone with this reaction to CNN suspending Chris Cuomo



CNN faced a major crisis with regards to host Chris Cuomo.

It led to a major network shakeup.

And Sean Hannity surprised everyone with this reaction to CNN suspending Chris Cuomo.

CNN executives suspended Chris Cuomo indefinitely after documents from the New York State Attorney General’s office showed that Cuomo used his relationships with other media members to acquire intelligence and dirt on some of the women who accused his brother New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment and assault.

On his Fox News Channel show that night, Hannity covered CNN suspending Cuomo and offered a surprising take.

Hannity began by telling viewers that he often defends people he disagrees with on the grounds they have every right to share their views without fear of cancellation of censorship.

“I’ve defended with a lot of people that I don’t like or agree with,” Hannity began before naming “Comedians, Don Imus, even people that I really don’t like that much, Bill Maher, Joy Reid, but I believe in their right to exercise their freedom of speech, it’s a right I deeply believe in.”

Hannity explained that Chris Cuomo helped his brother at the lowest point of his life and that it was understandable that Chris Cuomo wanted to help a family member in need no matter what the circumstances were.

“But it’s easy to support people when things in life are going well, it’s always easy. Chris’ brother, Andrew, was in big trouble,” Hannity stated. “Helping a brother, and a friend, in the worst moment of their life, is probably not the worst offense and he probably lied to himself even though he handled it wrong in terms of his work.”

Hannity continued stating that he believed in second chances and he expected Chris Cuomo to apologize to viewers if CNN put him back on the air, but that it was ultimately up to the audience if they would accept the apology and tolerate Cuomo as a primetime cable TV host.

“If Chris does get back on the air, I assume he will apologize,” he concluded. “I believe in second chances when sincere apologies are made, but it’s you the audience that decides if the apology is sincere.”

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