James O’Keefe speaks about Project Veritas recent investigations and the Be Brave insider program at CPAC 2020 at the Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor, MD.

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O’Keefe Gives Big Tech Notice
In this exclusive interview, James O’Keefe from Project Veritas let us know that 2020 is going to be Project Veritas’ biggest year. With infiltrators still inside establishment media and big tech companies, O’Keefe hints at major things to come.
O’Keefe: ‘A reckoning to come’ to mainstream media

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe told One America’s John Hines about his latest project exposing media bias at ABC News.

‘Socialist’ ABC Reporter Admits Bosses Spike News Important to Voters, ‘Don’t Give Trump Credit’ 

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BREAKING: Senior ABC Correspondent David Wright on Hidden Camera: How ‘Bosses Don’t See an Upside’ for Reporting News; ‘The Truth Suffers’; Says ABC Doesn’t ‘Give Trump Credit for What Things He Does Do’; ABC News Producer: New Yorkers Need to ‘Cross the Hudson River’ to Learn Why Voters Back Trump

David Wright, ABC News Political Correspondent: “We Also Don’t Give Him [Trump] Credit for What Things He Does do…I Feel Terrible About it, I Feel That the Truth Suffers, the Voters Are Poorly Informed…Our Bosses Don’t See an Upside in Doing the Job We’re Supposed to do.”
David Wright: “In Television, We Have Lost Any Sense of Context.”

Wright: “We Don’t Hold Him [Trump] to Account. We Also Don’t Give Him Credit for What Things He Does Do.”

Are You a Democrat Socialist? Wright: “Oh yeah. More than that I would consider myself a socialist; like I think there should be national health insurance. I’m totally fine with reigning in corporations, I think they’re too many billionaires, and I think there’s a wealth gap–that’s a problem.”

Wright: “You Can’t Watch ‘Good Morning America’ Without a Disney Princess or a Marvel Avenger Appearing.”

Wright: “We’re in This Awkward Moment…We Have This F**king President, and We Can’t Figure Out How to Challenge Him.”

To Andy Fies, ABC News Producer: “People in New York Are Constantly, I Think, Fascinated by, ‘How Can People Like Donald Trump?’…You Know, Well F**k! Cross the Hudson Now and Then, and Come Out and Spend Some Time, and You’ll Hear Why!”

Fies: Real People, Practical Issues? “Those things aren’t TV-friendly.”

Loomer 2020 Leads The Way For Conservative Women
Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer unpacks her campaign to take back the House of Representatives as she runs for Congress in President Trump’s home district, Florida’s 21st district. Followed by Manga Anantatmula, who is also running for Congress in Virginia’s 11th district, these two strong women promise to challenge the swamp and take on the squad.
Candace Owens speaks at 2020 CPAC
Conservative activist Candice Owens was one of the featured speakers at the 2020 CPAC convention taking place in suburban Washington, D.C.
Owens has often spoke out on issued of race in America, often sharply criticizing liberals for their views on the topic. She spent two years working with Turning Point USA.


Most Americans now know Mike Bloomberg from his ads, but he was mayor of my city for more than a decade — here’s what I learned about him.
Bloomberg was a pretty good mayor. He even cut spending sometimes. New York City ran a budget surplus under his administration– until the recession hit.

Bloomberg also pushes against impossible spending from fellow Democrats. He says “Medicare for All” would “bankrupt us for a very long time.”

He’s pushed against the “Green New Deal”, saying he’s “tired of listening to things that are pie in the sky.”

He also celebrates work, and occasionally defends capitalism.

“We’re not going to throw out capitalism,” he told Bernie Sanders at a recent debate. “We tried that. Other countries tried that. It was called communism, and it just didn’t work!”

Good for Bloomberg.

Unfortunately, Bloomberg is also an arrogant nanny-statist full of whims that he’d like to force on Americans.

As mayor, Bloomberg targeted soft drinks, smoking, flavored tobacco, loud music, grass clippings, salt, Styrofoam, restaurant menus…

Watch the full video above for more on Bloomberg’s flaws and strengths.


republished below in full unedited for informational, educational and research 
USA – -( Michael Bloomberg’s disdain for gun owners is well documented, 
but that didn’t stop him from reminding voters how he loathes the idea of Americans 
exercising freedom. Bloomberg, the billionaire presidential candidate for the Democratic 
nomination, denounced the notion that free men and women would choose to provide for 
their own protection. He sat for an interview with MSNBC’s Al Sharpton to burnish his appeal 
to African American voters. During that interview, he revealed his ignorance of the Constitution, 
existing criminal law and his frustration with freedom-loving Americans who dare to challenge 
the gun control godfather.

Bloomberg said, “The whole issue of getting guns off the streets, I’ve fought the NRA tooth and nail, and I continue to do that, and we have this organization of 6 million people, Everytown it’s called or Mom’s Demand Action around the country to get good laws, background checks, so you don’t sell guns to minors, people with psychiatric problems or people with criminal records. They shouldn’t be able to buy a gun. I’m not a big fan of everybody having guns. But the Second Amendment gives you the right. I can’t do anything about that.”
The obvious implication is that he would if he could.
History Lesson
Here’s the first problem. The former New York City mayor knows, but won’t admit, the Second Amendment doesn’t give anyone the right to keep and bear arms. It protects it. That right is Creator-endowed and pre-existing, just as is the right to free speech, exercise religion and protection against unreasonable search and seizure. Sir William Blackstone noted this in his seminal work, Commentaries of the Laws of England, published in 1760, the source of common law and Framer’s Constitutional foundation.
“[T]he principal aim of society is to protect individuals in the enjoyment of those absolute rights, which were vested in them by the immutable laws of nature, but which could not be preserved in peace without that mutual assistance and intercourse which is gained by the institution of friendly and social communities,” Blackstone wrote. “Hence it follows, that the first and primary end of human laws is to maintain and regulate these absolute rights of individuals.”
Blackstone’s writings have often been scoured by U.S. Supreme Court justices. The late Justice Antonin Scalia understood this when he studied them to reach the landmark 2008 Heller decision, which affirmed the Second Amendment protects an individual right that pre-existed the Constitution’s drafting. It does not create the right.
Justice Scalia wrote, “Blackstone, whose works, we have said, ‘constituted the preeminent authority on English law for the founding generation,’ cited the arms provision of the Bill of Rights as one of the fundamental rights of Englishmen.” He added, “It was, he said, ‘the natural right of resistance and self-preservation,’ and ‘the right of having and using arms for self-preservation and defence.’ Other contemporary authorities concurred. Thus, the right secured in 1689 as a result of the Stuarts’ abuses was by the time of the founding understood to be an individual right protecting against both public and private violence.”
Laws Already Exist
Bloomberg’s second glaring omission is the obvious fact that the laws he is calling for  – to have thorough background checks, no selling guns to minors and no guns for those with dangerous psychiatric problems or criminal records – already exist. Radio host and book author Dana Loesch recently called out his duplicity on Fox and Friends.
“Literally, everything he said there is already existing law,” Loesch explained. “Him and his organizations always say, ‘You know, we really need to close, you know, these loopholes in background checks. There’s no such thing as a loophole. If you drive on a suspended license, if you get a DUI and you’re still driving, that’s not a loophole. That’s a criminal act when people break the law, that’s not a loophole.”
Bloomberg’s real problem is that Americans choose to own guns in the first place. This wasn’t the first time he’s said flat-out that Americans shouldn’t own guns. He publicly said only law enforcement should have the right to self-defense after Jack Wilson drew his firearm and stopped a murderer from killing more in the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas.
“It’s the job of law enforcement to have guns and to decide when to shoot,” Bloomberg explained at a campaign stop in Montgomery, Ala. “You just do not want the average citizen carrying a gun in a crowded place.”
These aren’t the thoughts of words for someone who would swear to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. Bloomberg’s disdain for the Constitution and the rights of free individuals disqualifies him from taking up the oath of office.
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