Sara welcomes Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to discuss his ongoing legal battles with the Biden administration. In the latest battle, Brnovich is pushing back against the Treasury Department for trying to tell Arizona how its COVID relief funds can be spent. He also warns other states not to give up any authority to the federal government because they will never be able to get that power back. And Brnovich explains why he is running for U.S. Senate this year.
Sara also walks through President Biden’s train wreck of a press conference on Ukraine and whether the midterm elections will be legitimate. She also hails the UK for putting an end to COVID mandates and previews an important story she will be presenting on Fox News in the coming days.
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Sara welcomes Kinney County, Texas, prosecutor Brent Smith to discuss the upheaval open borders are causing in his community. Smith describes how these migrants are very different than in years past since they are largely military-aged men, in military clothing, and even acting like a military. He describes the problems he and his family members have had with migrants trespassing on their land. He also implores Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to dec;are an “invasion” and to close the border until the caravans stop, saying the state cannot survive two more years of the current reality along the border.
Sara also offers her unique insights on a key FBI official connected to the Russia hoax being charged with improper ties to a powerful Russian oligarch. And she explains how the absurdly high price of eggs is also connected to our border crisis.
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