President Biden suddenly pretends to care about the open border his policies created and allowed human trafficking and drug smuggling at unprecedented levels. But his Thursday speech was riddled with lies, deceptions, and blame shifting against the Republicans. Sara offers a fierce rebuttal to what Biden said and even what he refused to admit.
Sara also hammers Missouri Democrat Rep. Cori Bush for calling her black GOP colleague, Byron Donalds, a “prop” for the Republican Party. Plus, she highlights her ski trip over the holidays and explains why you probably ought to stay far away from her on the slopes.
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SCARY: I Was FEET Away From A Car Crash And It Shook Me Up…
Sara was in Atlanta on Tuesday to report on the latest indictments aimed at President Donald J Trump. But after a full day of interviews and reporting on a very important story, she left thinking about three disturbing incidents near her location there and how they illustrate the value and brevity of life.
Sara walks us through a horrifying accident of an SUV colliding with a motorcyclist, who suffered very serious injuries. Moments later another vehicle slammed into a police car in the other direction. All of this just moments before she was scheduled to go live with Sean Hannity.
Finally, Sara witnessed more zombie-like behaviors of drug addicts, just as she has seen in so many other American cities. It’s a reminder to treasure the life God has given you, make sure the people close to you know you love them, and realize that none of us are promised tomorrow.
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