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Wrongfully Convicted Officer’s Wife: Why Is There A Vendetta Against My Husband?

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Sara welcomes Keelin Darby to tell the story of her husband Ben Darby, who served with the Huntsville, Alabama, police department and was wrongfully prosecuted, convicted, and sentenced for doing exactly what he was trained to do.

Keelin, who is also a police officer, walks us through the incident in question and how her husband was charged because the police chief refused to give into the prosecutor’s demand that Darby be fired. She also explains how the prosecutor egregiously tainted the jury pool and how the judge blocked exculpatory evidence from being presented at trial.

Sara also discusses her chilling conversation with a human trafficker in Central America and blasts New York City voters for nominating an avowed socialist for State Senate.

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Greg Abbott’s Decision to Stand Up To President Biden Was Completely Legal

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When Governor Abbott stood up to President Biden and his open-border policies, did you wonder if what the governor was doing was legal? After all, the courts always side with the federal government over states when it comes to border security, right?

Wrong.

On an exciting Sara Carter Show, law professor and Warrior Defense Project Director Dr. Jeffrey F. Addicott breaks down the legality of Greg Abbott’s humiliation of the Biden administration on border security. From Addicott’s perspective, the governor’s decisions were completely constitutional and made with the security of his citizens in mind. While Americans can’t sue the Biden administration for opening the border, Addicott lays out why it is vitally important to change the chief executive in the 2024 elections.

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