In a shocking twist, it looks like Fox’s Tucker Carlson led cable ratings even on a night that Sean Hannity had an interview with President Trump. As much as they try to cancel him, he just grows in popularity.
As long as Fox has hosts like Tucker in primetime, I’m not too worried about their future.
Pelosi’s hitman exposed
Nancy Pelosi has her hitman – and she’s going to try to take out all 75 million Americans that voted for President Trump. The Washington Examiner reports:
The retired lieutenant general House Speaker Nancy Pelosi chose to head up a Capitol security review previously criticized GOP lawmakers over the Jan. 6 attack, causing Republicans to question his impartiality.
After the Capitol siege, aimed at disrupting the electoral vote-counting that certified President Biden’s election victory, Pelosi appointed retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore to review security measures.
However, Honore appeared to have his own conclusions about who was responsible for the Capitol attack, prior to his appointment by the House speaker. Honore, who said last July on MSNBC that then-acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf needed “to be run out of Washington” because of what he described as “bulls—” tactics used by federal agents to control riots in Portland, Oregon, tweeted or retweeted partisan statements attacking GOP lawmakers.
Replying to a tweet that Congress would consider expulsion for GOP members such as Missouri Sen. Hawley and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who both supported contesting the certification of the presidential election on Jan.6, Honore replied in a now-deleted Jan. 12 tweet: “This little peace of s— with his @Yale law degree should be run out of DC and Disbarred ASAP @HawleyMO @tedcruz aaa hats. These @Yale and @Harvard law grads is high order white privilege.”
In one tweet, he referred to GOP senators as “a–hats….
DeSantis is winning
If you’re at all interested in “following the data,” Florida is doing much better than California, Texas or New York, and it’s not an accident. And this is all without lockdowns or masking mandates.
“The facts speak for themselves: Florida’s coronavirus death rate sits at 136 per 100,000 people, the 27th lowest in the country“Elderly COVID-19-related deaths per 100,000 are also higher in California and New York than in Florida. Under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s leadership, 1,066 per 100,000 seniors have died from COVID-19 related illnesses, compared to the national average of 666.”“Florida’s senior death rate is nearly 100 lower than California’s at 474, and 38 other states rank higher for senior COVID-19 mortality.”“Along with its schools, the state’s economy remains healthier than the rest of the country. With an unemployment rate of 6.1% as of the end of December, compared to 6.7% nationwide, Florida has seen significantly fewer residents thrown out of work compared to the four other largest states in the country.”