Daily Archives: 1, October 1, 2022

Watch: AZ Gov Candidate Kari Lake Destroys Biden’s And The Left’s Election Denial Narrative “Since when can we not ask questions about our elections?”

Lake’s point is valid. Hillary Clinton, Biden’s Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, and a whole slew of congressional Democrats denied that former President Donald Trump was legitimately elected in 2016. Not only that, but they still tout and fundraise on the lie that Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election.

Kari Lake Obliterates Left-Wing Election Rhetoric: It’s Not ‘Divisive’ To Ask Questions

Over 150 Examples Show Democrats Denying Election Results – Breitbart

Mayorkas Releases New Rules on Extremism – DHS Will Target Anyone Who Believes Election Was Stolen or Who Challenged Fauci’s Everchanging COVID Narrative

‘You loot, we shoot’: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis – VP Kamala says Pres. Biden administration’s hurricane relief will focus on ‘communities of color’ – Florida Responds ‘Assistance is… available to all Floridians impacted by Hurricane Ian, regardless of race…’

‘You loot, we shoot’: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issues a stark warning to opportunistic thieves as the Sunshine State begins to recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Ian

  • At a press conference on Friday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis stated simply: ‘You loot, we shoot’ 
  • While at another event on Friday, DeSantis reminded any potential looters that Florida is a Second Amendment state adding: ‘In Florida, you never know what may be lurking behind somebody’s home
  • There have been sporadic reports of looting in Fort Myers, Tampa and Naples 
  • Florida’s Attorney General Ashley Moody weighed in saying that her office would seek the ‘ longest pretrial detention possible to keep them locked up so they cannot commit new crimes’ 


Kamala says the Biden administration’s hurricane relief will focus on ‘communities of color’

Vice President Kamala Harris was slammed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ rapid response director Christina Pushaw after the former senator made racially charged comments regarding the release of federal relief funds following Hurricane Ian. 

Speaking at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Friday, Harris said that it was people of color and lower-income communities who are ‘most impacted by these extreme [weather] conditions.’

She went on: ‘We have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity.’

Harris added: ‘Understanding not everyone starts out at the same place, and if we want people to be in an equal place, sometimes we have to take into account those disparities.’