Saturday, September 23, 2023

GOP Reacts to Biden Exempting Ukraine Aid from Government Shut Dow
Sarah Arnold / Townhall Tipsheet

If it weren't already obvious how much President Joe Biden caters to every other country but the United States, it would be now. 

Republicans oppose the Pentagon's decision to exempt Ukraine aid from a potential U.S. government shutdown, expressing their frustration at the Biden Administration's actions to put Americans last.

The possibility of an impending government shutdown nears as the September 30 deadline approaches. Disputes about future spending have prevented party lines from reaching an agreement that will continue to fund the government before the end of the fiscal year.

Following Friday's announcement, Republicans were outraged, saying the move shows the Biden Administration prioritizes foreign countries over Americans.

Details About the Third GOP Debate Have Been Released. Here Are the New Criteria to Qualify.
Leah Barkoukis / Townhall Tipsheet

The Republican National Committee announced new polling and donor benchmarks on Friday that presidential candidates must reach in order to qualify for the third debate in Miami on Nov. 8.

GOP candidates must receive 4 percent support in two national surveys or 4 percent in an early state poll from two separate states. The polls must be conducted on or after Sept. 1, and candidates must meet these requirements no later than 48 hours before the debate. Placement on the debate stage will depend on their polling numbers. 

On fundraising, candidates must have at least 70,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 unique donors per state or territory in 20 or more states. Again, evidence of meeting this requirement must be shown two days ahead of the debate.


If you missed last night's show where RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discussed AG Merrick Garland's latest appearance before the House Judiciary Committee; a possible numbers flip in the Senate next year; Republicans nix McCarthy's efforts to help fund the federal government; Dallas' Democrat Mayor becomes a Republican; and Biden's second 'awkward moment' in less then 24 can listen to it (and previous shows) at your convenience at: to go directly to our podcasts.

Friday, September 22, 2023

Biden praises wrong group during speech at Congressional Hispanic Caucus' annual gala
Marking his third gaffe in two days, Biden praised the 'Congressional Black Caucus' during an event for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus
President Biden complimented the merits of the "Congressional Black Caucus" during a speech to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Thursday, his third public speaking gaffe in just two days.

Biden, 80, made the mishap during a speech at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 46th Annual Gala in Washington, D.C., as he celebrated gala award recipient Sister Norma Pimental, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley. 

He said: "I know Sister Norma lives the lessons nuns taught me growing up. Lessons based on the Gospel of Matthew: feed the hungry, care for the sick, welcome strangers. They echo what my dad taught me, and I mean this sincerely, my dad used to say, ‘Everyone, everyone is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect.’ The Congressional Black Caucus embodies all those values."

The Biden Admin's Next Plans for Illegal Aliens Should Scare You 
Sarah Arnold / Townhall Tipsheet

Not only is the Biden Administration rolling out the red carpet for illegal aliens, but they are going to make immigrants' time in the U.S. more accessible for them to stay without the chances of being deported. 

According to a report from Fox News, the Department of Homeland Security plans to provide hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants with photo ID cards before they are released into the United States. 

The Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE)-issued ID cards will contain a photograph, biographic identifiers, and what ICE calls "cutting-edge security features to the mutual benefit of the government and noncitizens."

Last year, ICE announced the "Secure Docket Program" to "modernize" forms of ID for illegal aliens in the U.S. awaiting their court dates— which can be years later.


Today, Friday, September 22nd, from 7-8:00pm EST, RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discuss AG Merrick Garland's latest appearance before the House Judiciary Committee; a possible flip in the Senate next year; Republicans nix McCarthy's efforts to help fund the federal government; and Biden's second 'awkward moment' in less then 24 hours. Hope you can tune in to RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS on Click 'LISTEN LIVE' starting at 6:50 pm EST with show beginning at 7pm EST. 


Thursday, September 21, 2023

Someone Else Has Flipped Against Trump
Matt Vespa / Townhall Tipsheet
Besides the many charges facing former President Donald Trump, which number nearly 100, there’s ample fear that some entangled in these legal actions might flip. It’s already happened in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s classified document case, where Yuscil Taveras, who was previously Trump’s “director of information technology at Mar-a-Lago,” recanted his initial testimony in August—and now claims there was an effort to destroy evidence and bury surveillance tapes. It’s not a good development, but with these trials starting months from now, these details will get lost amid other pressing news. But rest assured, they will be rehashed. 
In Georgia’s 2020 RICO case against Trump, Lin Wood, one of the most vocal election lawyers who ran afoul on some of his theories about the last presidential election, has decided to turn state’s evidence (via CNBC): 
"Lin Wood, an attorney and vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump, is a witness for the Atlanta district attorney in her prosecution of Trump and his allies over their efforts to reverse his 2020 election loss in Georgia, a new...Read more and see Xs here.