Wednesday, February 27, 2019

RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS...for those who missed last night's show (or just want to listen in again) where Craig Andresen and Diane Sori discussed 'A Heartbeat and a Ruling...Planned Parenthood Ain't Happy at All'; 'Who Really Lynched Jussie Smullett?'; and important news of the day...you can listen to it (and previous shows) at your convenience on our PodBean hosting/archive site. Click here: https://rightsidepatriots.podbean.com/ to go directly to our podcasts and hope you become 'followers' of RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS. And our podcasts are now also on Spotify at: https://tinyurl.com/y76xxz8q

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Signs Controversial 'Red Flag' Bill Into Law
Beth Baumann / Townhall Tipsheet

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Signs Controversial 'Red Flag' Bill Into Law New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) on Monday signed into law an Extreme Risk Protection Order bill, commonly referred to as "red flag laws." Under the new law, family members, school administrators and law enforcement officials can have a person's firearms confiscated from people believed to be a threat to themselves or others.

"If initially approved by a judge, the individual would be banned from buying, possessing or attempting to buy firearms for up to six days. During that time, a hearing would have to be held on extending the length of the order up to one year. It permits police to confiscate any weapons possessed by the individual," The Buffalo News reported.
Facebook bans Tommy Robinson, falsely claiming he calls for violence against Muslims

By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


A Muslim activist in the UK is claiming credit for this: I can reveal I recently had a meeting with Facebook to discuss #TommyRobinson pages and their impact in brainwashing his supporters to become terrorist and use violence against Muslims. A very good result and I am proud of my role. — Mohammed Shafiq (@mshafiquk) […]
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Developing now, Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019

TRUMP HOPES FOR 'GREAT THINGS' FROM VIETNAM SUMMIT WITH KIM: President Trump was hopeful for "great things" as he and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un were set to meet Wednesday in Hanoi, Vietnam, in a closely-watched second summit between the two leaders ... Though Trump and his administration at times tamped down expectations ahead of their planned two-day summit, the president remained optimistic about progress being made in efforts to get Kim and his rogue nation to denuclearize. Trump has praised Pyongyang for ceasing missile tests and has appeared to ease up on demanding a timeline for disarmament. He hopes that Kim, who is seeking relief from U.S. sanctions, will opt to give up his nuclear weapons program in exchange for help revitalizing his country's economy.

Trump's critics are skeptical that any real progress will be made in persuading Kim to denuclearize and believe, at worst, the president's summit with Kim will be nothing more than an elaborate, worldwide photo-op. Trump and Kim and scheduled to meet one-on-one before having a social dinner that will include Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney.