Exclusive: Michael Master measures the world-changing influence of the 45th U.S. president
By Michael Master
Published January 19, 2021 at 7:23pm
Then a switch went off in Trump like a bright light in a dark room. Trump morphed like a caterpillar into a butterfly, like a cub into a lion, like Saul into Paul. He became a populist Republican. He stood up for average Americans and meant it. The elite abandoned him. Establishment folks like Bill Kristol and Dick Cheney feared him. Evangelicals welcomed him home like the prodigal son.
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Exclusive: Scott Lively notes how closely America has gotten to ‘what the Soviets did’
By Scott Lively
Published January 19, 2021 at 7:35pm
While my last article took the optimistic view that America can yet be saved from our new Nazi overlords, the more likely scenario is a rapid descent into tyranny, which sooner or later will phase into the great tribulation of end-time prophecy.
COVID-19 was more than just a pretext for crashing the U.S. economy to take down Trump. It served to justify repressive police-state controls across the globe. The election-fraud campaign was about more than stealing the presidency. It produced the stunning abandonment of any pretense of fairness or due-process in the vicious enforcement of Marxist narratives by all the power players of the elites: a result that will likely not be reversed despite the coup being completed. The dystopian jack-booted surrealism of Baghdad Biden’s pending “inauguration” is more likely a glimpse at the “new normal” than just an historical aberration.
© Mandel Ngan, AFP via Getty Images Outgoing President Donald Trump waves as he boards Marine One at the White House on Jan. 20, 2021. President Trump travels to his Mar-a-Lago golf club residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and will not attend the inauguration for President-elect Joe Biden.
“We will be back in some form,” Trump told supporters during a farewell ceremony at Joint Base Andrews that featured a 21-gun salute and a military band playing “Hail to the Chief.”
“Have a good life,” Trump said. “We will see you soon.”
© AP The U.S. Capitol and stage are lit as the Sun begins to rise before events get underway before the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021
President-elect Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday.
Biden’s inauguration arrives with a heavy security presence in Washington, D.C., near the Capitol and downtown areas. In fact, much of the area is closed off to the public as National Guard troops protect the area. The show of force comes after a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol earlier this month.
Most of the inauguration events will take place virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, on Wednesday night, Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will take part in a virtual television event titled “Celebrating America,” which will include Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez.
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On his last full day in office, President Donald Trump enjoys a 51 percent approval rating, according to Rasmussen Reports, one of only about three polling firms that have a proven track record for legitimacy and accuracy. Most of the other polls are crap. Rigged. Fake. Not worthy of anyone’s time.
Trump’s disapproval rating sits at just 48 percent.
There are a lot of media polls that show Trump’s approval rating in the low forties, and even in the thirties. But, over the course of the last few election cycles, we have learned that these are almost all fake polls, rigged polls, polls that in no way reflect reality. And we know this because when the ultimate poll is taken on Election Day, the media polls are all wrong. The whole point of media polls is to mislead, demoralize, and deceive the American people into believing Trump is less popular than he really is.
Time and again, Rasmussen has proven to be reliable and accurate, which tells us the insanity of the Capitol Hill riot and the corporate media’s determination to blame the president for it — even though he expressly called on that crowd to be respectful and peaceful, even though he almost immediately called for the anarchy to stop once it began (which is more than any Democrat has ever done) — is not penetrating into the electorate at large.
People don’t trust the media and are not listening to the media, and why should they? The media have lied about everything for nearly a decade now.
MARY MARGARET OLOHAN JAN 19, 2021 | 10:24AM WASHINGTON, DC
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris have promised to undo a number of President Donald Trump’s pro-life policies.
Biden has indicated that he will reverse the Mexico City Policy, which bars foreign organizations receiving U.S. funding from providing abortions, abortion information or abortion referrals. He has also promised to restore federal funding to Planned Parenthood, to repeal the Hyde Amendment and to renew legal action against the Little Sisters of the Poor.
“If I am elected I will restore the Obama-Biden policy that existed before the [Supreme Court’s 2014] Hobby Lobby ruling: providing an exemption for houses of worship and an accommodation for nonprofit organizations with religious missions,” Biden said in July, when the Supreme Court ruled to uphold conscience exemptions from former President Barack Obama’s birth control mandate.
The Little Sisters of the Poor have emphasized that allowing an administrator to provide birth control to their employees still violates their religious beliefs since this would be causing the sisters to provide contraception to their employees merely through a third party, the Catholic News Agency reports.
President Donald Trump gave his farewell address to the nation today from the White House. In video remarks that were pre-taped since most networks are refusing to provide him live coverage, President Trump went through many of the highlights and accomplishments of his presidency.
“We restored the principle that a nation exists to serve its citizens. Our agenda was not about right or left… but about the good of a nation,” he said. “As I conclude my term as 45th president of the United States, I stand before you truly proud of what we have achieved together. We did what we came here to do and so much more.”
“We restored the idea that in America, no one is forgotten—because everyone matters and everyone has a voice,” he added.
President Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s Secretary of State nominee, Antony Blinken (Getty)
Biden’s Secretary of State NomineePresident Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s Secretary of State nominee, Antony Blinken (Getty)”President Trump was right in taking a tougher approach to China,” Blinken told senators Tuesday during his confirmation hearing. “I disagree very much with the way that he went about it in a number of areas, but the basic principle was the right one, and I think that’s actually helpful to our foreign policy.” [Full Story]