1 Ross Perot Dies at 89
Ross Perot, a hugely influential politician, recently died of leukemia at the age of 89.
Not everyone saw eye-to-eye with the popular independent presidential candidate who ran in 1992. Ross Perot claimed 19% of the nation’s votes in that election, though Bill Clinton ultimately won. Perot’s campaign focused on balancing the federal budget and halting American jobs from being outsourced. No other independent presidential candidate has come close to matching his voter support.
Perot’s impact on politics as we know it can’t be ignored, and America won’t be quite the same without him.
2 Censorship Surrounding Anti-AOC Twitter Account
Big tech continues its censorship tirade. This time Twitter targeted the independent Twitter handle “Stop the AOC.” The social media giant didn’t merely remove posts — it actually disabled hyperlinks to the account.
Twitter is showing its blatant bias towards the left, and it’s outrageous. This tweet makes that abundantly clear:
— political.law (@political_lawDB) July 3, 2019
AOC is one of the laziest and self-entitled politicians of our age. Apparently, she has some “good messages” that are worth preserving at the cost of free speech. How many more conservatives does Twitter have to ban before they get what’s coming to them?
3 Christian Families Persecuted in China
Christian pastors are being detained and families are regularly persecuted in China.
Wake up people, this is what a far-left agenda looks like! Religious tolerance goes out the window when it comes to preserving political narratives and societal norms. China doesn’t want a faith centered around peace, love and understanding — they want unquestioning obedience. That’s the stranglehold America might face if we allow the country to fall to extreme socialism.
Family tells story of being arrested and detained for attending church. One man said the police tried to force him to sign a statement renouncing his church, but he refused. @AP https://t.co/sqfQqu4AyH
— America Magazine (@americamag) July 9, 2019
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