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Sara Carter: How Were Thousands Allowed To March In DC During A Pandemic? The Outrage Was Worse For The RNC.



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On the latest edition of the Sara Carter Show, Sara discusses the blatant hypocrisy surrounding coronavirus protocols only being forced upon Conservatives and how the Republican party is taking an entirely new shape, while the Democrat party continues to fail. She also had Fred Lucas on the show, Senior White House correspondent for The Daily Signal.

“We’re expecting 50,000 plus people to be marching on Washington DC and you know, the National Park Service is so kind tomorrow,” Carter said. “They’re not even going to enforce mass laws, or social distancing. It’s incredible folks. Our kids can’t even go back to school for the most part. But over 50,000 people can march on Washington DC, no restrictions for some reason, the either the National Park Service, or I don’t know who in Washington DC has some kind of insider knowledge that COVID-19 no longer exists inside the swamp bubble.”

These rules are only forced on one side of the aisle and are completely disregarded for the other, she says. Republicans are targeted and the party is fighting back. It’s changing.

“This is a new Republican Party, a reawakening very much like I would imagine. I would imagine it was like at the very beginning and the establishment of the Republican Party,” Carter said. “It’s about the people. It’s about giving a voice to those who don’t have a voice. It’s about standing up for those who have been basically ignored by the establishment that does not care about you.”

This new Republican party is standing up to the radical left that is seeking the destruction of the values of the Founders.

“This is politics. This is a joke, when the National Park Service approves 50,000 people to march on Washington, DC. See, and does not enforce social distancing and masks. What does that tell you? how seriously do you think they believe Coronavirus is,” Carter said.

Fred Lucas, author of the new book, “Abuse of Power” joined Sara to discuss the book and the abuse of power inside the three year campaign to impeach Donald Trump.

“What’s different about this book abuse of power, is that it looks not just out on to what a lot of the deep state actors, James Comey, knows did, but it looks at Congress, people on Capitol Hill and these left wing nonprofits move on democracy for America. And a lot of you have heard that — you will read about an abuse of power. And how, before the inauguration, and some cases, even before Trump’s improbable election, they were planning to lead an impeachment drive.”

Lucas’ new book is available on Amazon here.

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Jim Jordan demands IRS explain unexpected visit to Matt Taibbi’s home during testimony



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Matt Taibbi, a journalist who has been the top of the headlines for exposing Twitter censorship at the direction of the Department of Justice, had a surprise visit from an IRS agent at his home.

This visit occurred the same day that he was testifying before the Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government about what he had discovered inside of the Twitter files. Now, Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, demands to know why the agency made the visit. also contacted the IRS media relations office Tuesday afternoon and was told by an IRS press officer to send an email for comment. As of Tuesday evening the IRS has yet to respond to the immediate inquiry.

Jordan sent a letter Tuesday to the IRS questioning the visit by the agent to Taibbi’s home in New Jersey. In the letter Jordan demanded that Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen turn over documents and provide all information requested by the committee.

“As the Committee continues to examine how to best protect Americans’ fundamental freedoms and to assist the Committee in its oversight, we ask that you please provide the following documents and information:

  1. All documents and communications referring or relating to the IRS’s field visit to the residence of Matthew Taibbi on March 9, 2023;
  2. All documents and communications between or among the IRS, Treasury Department, and any other Executive Branch entity referring or relating to Matthew Taibbi; and
  3. All documents and communications sent or received by Revenue Officer [James Nelson] referring or relating to Matthew Taibbi.” 

Jordan noted in the letter that his committee is committed to examining “the mounting evidence that the federal government pressured, coerced, and even directed technology companies to take certain actions related to digital content.”

The Republican lawmakers were astonished that “an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agent visited, unannounced and unprompted, the home of one of the hearing witnesses, Matthew Taibbi, an independent journalist who has reported extensively on government abuse. In light of the hostile reaction to Mr. Taibbi’s reporting among left-wing activists, and the IRS’s history as a tool of government abuse, the IRS’s action could be interpreted as an attempt to intimidate a witness before Congress. We expect your full cooperation with our inquiry.”

The letter went on to say that “Mr. Taibbi joined fellow journalist Michael Shellenberger in testifying before the Select Subcommittee during its March 9 hearing. During the hearing, Mr. Taibbi described the serious government abuse on which he had been reporting and on which he testified to the Select Subcommittee. As he explained:

The original promise of the internet was that it might democratize the exchange of information globally. . . . What we found is in the [Twitter] files was a sweeping effort to reverse that promise and use machine learning and other tools to turn the internet into an instrument of censorship and social control. Unfortunately, our own government appears to be playing a lead role.”

Jordan’s inquiry into the IRS is not the first time the Congress has questioned the actions of this private government contracted agency.

In 2013, the IRS admitted that it had been targeting conservative groups that were seeking tax-exempt status. Lois Lerner, who had then headed the IRS, stated that her agency had been scrutinizing groups that had “tea party” or “patriots” in their names. These were almost all conservative non-profit organizations.

Those inquiries by the IRS mainly took place in 2009 and 2010, and as reported in NPR “hundreds of groups affiliated with the party had sought tax-exempt status as 501(c)(4) “social welfare” organizations. IRS demands for documents left many of them in bureaucratic limbo for a year or more.”

Taibbi’s investigation into Twitter’s actions prior to Elon Musk’s takeover revealed major concerns expressed by former President Donald J. Trump and his supporters that the social media giant was censoring supporters.

The investigations by Taibbi proved that shadow-banning was occurring and it was targeting primarily Republican activists, journalists, and politicians using the platform. The evidence proved the the FBI had advised Twitter to not allow stories or posts that revealed the Hunter Biden laptop scandal that had first been reported by the New York Post. Those accurate stories were censored by Twitter and later it was revealed that the laptop did belong to Hunter Biden.

Senate Republicans are also deeply concerned about the actions taken Taibbi.  Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, tweeted Tuesday that the IRS visit to Taibbi “this absolutely stinks to high heaven” because the “IRS has a troubling history of targeting the political enemies of Democrats.”

Two Democrat lawmakers  at the hearing were attempting to get Taibbi to reveal his sources, which is unconstitutional. Taibbi refused to answer Representatives Sylvia Garcia, D-Texas, and Stacey Plaskett, D-Virgin Islands questions.

It was during his testimony that Taibbi’s house was being raided by the IRS.

You can follow Alexander Carter on Twitter @AlexCarterDC

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