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BLACKLISTING: Chapman University has forced one of its law professors, John C. Eastman, out of his post for speaking at the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington. There is no evidence that Eastman (or Trump for that matter) said or did anything unlawful by speaking at the rally.

A woman who was left bruised and bleeding after being punched in the face at a Trump rally has been fired from her job for having maybe been involved in violence. The woman, who had been a caregiver at UMass Memorial Hospital for 15 years says, “I did nothing wrong. I was the one who was assaulted.

Loews Hotels won’t allow a fundraiser for Sen. Josh Hawley, R-MO, at one of its locations because it was “horrified” by the riot at the U.S. Capitol. The hotel chain didn’t provide any link between Hawley and the riot, nor did it mention the senator by name.

Hawley said: “If these corporations don’t want conservatives to speak, they should just be honest about it. But to equate leading a debate on the floor of the Senate with inciting violence is a lie, and it’s dangerous. I will not be deterred from representing my constituents and I will not bow to left wing corporate pressure.”

BORDER: Democrats are taking over and, right on cue, the migrant caravan invasions resume.

CENSORSHIP: Facebook has censored a video of Mexican Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez for suggesting that globalist leaders are exploiting the coronavirus pandemic to bring about a new world order.

In the video, the cardinal said: “They want a single world government, a single army, a single currency, a single economy, and also a single religion — that will certainly not be the Christian religion.”

Facebook exhibited a grayed-out screenshot emblazoned with the banner “False information” over the video. 

DEMOCRAT HYPOCRISY: Dems loudly condemning political violence this month were singing a very different tune last July.

After a man in Utah was mobbed, then shot by a group of rioters, Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) introduced a non-binding resolution in support of peaceful protest and law enforcement officers who do their jobs well, while condemning violence and the desecration of monuments across the country.

Democrats like Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) objected strenuously saying the resolution reeked of “supremacism.” He offered to support the resolution only if the sentence “politicians who incite violence, especially President Trump” was added.

FLOTUS: CLICK https://www.facebook.com/whitehousebrief/videos/879247219476591 [6:53] to hear Melania’s farewell message. “No words can express the depth of my gratitude for the privilege of having served as your First Lady. To all the people of this country, you will be in my heart forever.

IRAN: A Democrat is about to take over the Oval Office, so naturally Iran is amping up its sword rattling. Heaven help us.

MEDIA BUTTHEADS: Feel free to NOT CLICK https://www.facebook.com/aklavan/videos/834296557391926 [3:12] to NOT hear Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon talk about how righteous the BLM riots were. I lasted fifteen whole seconds.

MEDIA NARRATIVE: The article linked below explains how to suss out the truth when most or all of the media is reporting the same big fat lies. (I posted this yesterday, but I don’t want you to miss it.)

MIDDLE EAST: Over the last five months, the Trump administration has helped broker deals between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco. The agreements are aimed at normalizing relations and opening economic ties.

Last Friday, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI honored their work by awarding President Trump its highest award – the Order of Muhammad – which is given only to heads of state. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and Middle East envoy Avi Berkowitz were also honored with other awards.

NRA: On Friday, the National Rifle Association announced its plan to file for bankruptcy in New York, then reincorporate in Texas. The NRA, which has about 5 million members, was originally chartered as a nonprofit in New York in 1871. It is America’s longest-standing civil rights organization.

TURIN SHROUD: [7:58] – This researcher found evidence that a solid, oval object containing the Hebrew letters AYIN ALEPH NUN on it. This word in Hebrew means “small cattle, sheep, goat” and in Aramaic means “lamb” or “the lamb.”

The faithful have always believed that the Turin Shroud is the genuine burial cloth of Jesus Christ. There is a lot of evidence that it came from the correct time period and geographic region, but this is the first evidence (apart from the miraculous nature of the image itself) that definitively identifies it. (I think when the speaker says “rah lah eef”, he means “relief.”)

GRAMMY NOTES: I call this not-my-photo “How fast can you pee” – Our Daisey (toy poodle) has an indoor potty, but Dearest walks her regularly for their health. When the weather is awful, we tell her she doesn’t WANT to go out. Sometimes she doesn’t believe us, so we open the door and then she looks at us like, “Open the door that goes to the good place.”

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