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An Unaffiliated Voter Attends CPAC

The way that the U.S. mainstream media manipulates truth makes one wonder – are we dwelling in the 1930s Soviet Union?

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The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), regarded as a highly influential gathering of U.S. conservatives, will take place on February 25 to 28, in Orlando, Florida. This will be the first time it will be held away from Washington D.C. For the previous eight years, it has been held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Fort Washington, Maryland, which cannot accommodate the conference this year due to the Wuhan Virus.

The idea to first attend CPAC occurred to me after I had been watching C-SPAN and seeing videos from the previous year. Messages from speakers on the Right don’t otherwise receive coverage by the mainstream media – which has exercised a powerful form of censorship on American society for many decades, not merely the last few years – unless it is in a derogatory way.

The views of the Left, of course, appear every single day on the front pages of the New York Times, Washington Post, L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune, and hundreds of other newspapers across the U.S., as well as on CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, MSNBC, and most assuredly on CNN.

Welcome Stranger

The CPAC attendance fee is quite reasonable. I registered on site, in cash, so that I wouldn’t be placed on any mailing list. I arrived a day early and attended some of the sessions they had for college students and young Republicans and it was quite an eye-opener. These were good sessions, on target, with humor, and willing to address any question.

The entire event was very friendly, quite like my National Speakers Association conventions, but with even better speakers, I have to say. For a first-timer, I felt right in the swim of things, and I had a great time. The odd thing is I’m not even a conservative – I’m registered as unaffiliated – but for several years now, the Left’s worldview and socialist bent, to me, has been bordering on sheer insanity. There are a few issues on the Right with which I don’t agree, but overall, they Right has got the more well-rounded view of the world, the nation, and what needs to be done.

The media hallway, which extends for more than 50 yards, is open to anybody. That’s where I saw most of the luminaries up close. In the hallways, I personally greeted and exchanged words with Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Mark Levin, Kim Strassel, Eric Bolling, Katrina Pierson, Dan Bongino, Katie Pavlich, the political editor of the Washington Times, the editor of Judicial Watch, and editors of several lesser-known publications. I also stood within five feet of Ted Cruz, Kellyanne Conway, Alan Keyes, Sidney Powell, Libertarian Gary Johnson, and Sheriff David Clarke.

Mainstream Media Propaganda

It was quite heartening to see a significant number of African Americans, Asians, Jews, who are likely Orthodox with their yarmulkes, and other minorities in attendance. The ‘mainstream’ media goes out of its way to ensure that minorities never appear on camera, but I can tell you that they attended in good numbers and were embraced by everyone. What’s more, they played a significant role, many in leadership positions, and they will attend again next year and the next.

The manner in which the U.S. mainstream incessantly media manipulates truth makes one wonder – are we dwelling in the 1930s Soviet Union? Mainstream media propaganda amounts to much more than subtle lies or outright lies that they disseminate; it is also what does not receive any coverage whatsoever. It is camera angles, as well, innuendo, and dozens of subtle ploys, done almost reflexively to promote a socialist/Marxist agenda.

Take That

For nearly his entire first year in office, I cringed when President Trump tweeted some of his outrageous tweets. Then I thought about what a kind and decent man George W. Bush was and how the mainstream media, and the Left in general, continually portrayed him as a Hitler-type.

I learned to understand what Trump was doing. He kept slamming those who do not wish him well, and they could not keep him down. It’s odd that we had a President who sometimes acted like a fourteen-year-old. At the same time, he handed out exactly what the ‘libstream’ media deserved. Trump’s ability hit back twice as hard as he received made perfect sense. Capitulating to the distortion, hoaxes, and lies of the Left would have been of no value.

They had to cheat, massively, to remove Trump from office. On many levels, each of us senses that he is not done combating the sheer evil that the Left represents. I hope he speaks again at CPAC this year and every year.

Jeff Davidson is "The Work-Life Balance Expert®" and the premier thought leader on work-life balance, integration, and harmony. Jeff speaks to organizations that seek to enhance their overall productivity by improving the effectiveness of their people. Visit www.BreathingSpace.com



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The Left is Ramping up Efforts to Destroy Trump Election Attorneys 

State bars are mostly controlled by Democrats, and the left has figured out how to weaponize them.

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State bars are mostly controlled by Democrats, and the left has figured out how to weaponize them to destroy conservative lawyers.

The easiest way they’ve figured out how to do it is to focus on the fact a lawyer did not get a favorable ruling on a conservative issue — whether the judge ruled against their client or dismissed the case — and then complain to the state bar that the lawyer brought a frivolous case meant to harass someone. It doesn’t matter if the judge didn’t actually rule on the case or order sanctions against the lawyer. So without actually litigating the merits of the complaint, state bars are acting as judge, jury and executioner.

How do they know if a case is frivolous and without merit if they never litigated it with a real trial, put on evidence, etc.? These cases are filed by top, respectable attorneys in their election expertise area, not obvious jokers meant to harass people.

Once a state bar begins investigating a complaint, it is extremely difficult to recover from the process unless an attorney is fully exonerated. If an attorney is censured, or suspended briefly from practicing law — not even suspended — that’s enough to destroy their legal career. The reputational damage combined with the immense amount of resources and money necessary to defend themselves is difficult to overcome unless you are extremely wealthy. So this makes it very difficult to find competent lawyers willing to work on conservative causes. Lawyers quit the Trump election challenges in droves once they realized what was eventually going to happen to them.

They can’t just pack up and practice law in another state; state bars have a sister system with each other where if you are subject to discipline in one state, other states will very likely not admit you to practice law. And unlike most professions, once a lawyer is suspended or disbarred, a lawyer can no longer practice his profession. Although some state bars are not mandatory, lawyers still must have a license to practice law and those can be taken away by state disciplinary boards which the left also dominates.

Lawyers are easier targets than politicians because they don’t have the network or money to fend off attacks. Politicians usually have acquired a bit of money due to their fame, and know people in high places. Whereas their lawyers are usually unknown regular folks just trying to get by. Taking down their lawyers removes one important way politicians can protect themselves, since no one else will dare stick their neck out and represent them after seeing what happened to earlier lawyers. Additionally, it makes the politicians look bad.

So now the vultures are descending upon Trump’s election lawyers, both those he personally hired and others like Lin Wood who were working on his behalf. The State Bar of Georgia even initiated its own investigation into Wood, they didn’t bother waiting for a left-wing activist to file a complaint. They authored a 1,677-page Memorandum of Grievance against him.

This long of a complaint is unheard of, and shows what length they are willing to go to in order to disbar him.

It contains a myriad allegations of mostly technical violations. Normal lawyers commit technical violations every day, it happens, and most of them are waived off, or sometimes corrected, without a problem. But to the average non-lawyer, it can sound dire. For example, in Woods’ Wisconsin lawsuit, the Bar accused him of failing to include a copy of a proposed judge’s order detailing the relief sought, failing to ask for a hearing and not indicating whether he served the papers on defense counsel (no address was listed), among other things. No lawyer or judge would even blink an eye at one of those.

However, Woods has made some radical statements, and in this politically correct era brought in by the left, the definition of free speech has changed. What was considered free speech just a year ago, is no longer today. During the January 6 protest at the Capitol, Wood tweeted to his followers that they should follow the advice of Bill White to ‘enter the US Capitol Building … enter both houses … fight for us [and] … fight for Trump.” He included an image stating that it was ‘1776 Again.’ There are all kinds of vague rules the Bar can say Wood violated by “inciting violence.” I have no doubt in my mind that Wood will be disbarred, and they will bury him in costs and fees amounting in the millions.

That’s just another aspect of how the left destroys these lawyers through bar complaints, the costs and fees. A judge in Detroit is currently considering whether to award attorneys fees against Wood and other lawyers who filed a lawsuit in Michigan challenging the election results.

U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg, an Obama appointee, referred a lawyer who litigated a case challenging several battleground states’ election results to a grievance committee for potential disciplinary action. Erick Kaardal’s grave offense? Merely trying to change the results of the electoral counts by showing voter fraud. Boasberg admitted in his referral that Kaardal had submitted over 70 pages of alleged voter fraud. What probably set off the judge is Kaardal is a past secretary/treasurer of the Minnesota Republican Party.

Sidney Powell is under attack from multiple left wingers trying to get her disbarred over her “Kraken” lawsuits. The city of Detroit asked a federal judge to permanently ban her from practicing law in Michigan and to refer her to the state’s bar for grievance proceedings. As usual, the grounds are that the complaint was “frivolous.” Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer filed a bar complaint against Powell and three other attorneys, Greg Rohl, Scott Hagerstrom and Stefanie Junttila, in both Michigan and Texas, asking for disbarment. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson filed their own complaints. Benson said Powell’s lawsuit was meritless and frivolous.

In Arizona, left wing activist lawyers associated with the Arizona State Bar, an organization notorious for targeting conservative lawyers, filed a bar complaint against Powell, Wood, Kaardal and other election lawyers. Robert McWhirter, a lawyer in Arizona with a pattern of going after the right, who has been on the bar’s board of governors for years, teamed up with two former bar presidents and five other lawyers to write the complaint. He had the nerve to tell 12 News, “It’s not a liberal or conservative thing at all.” Instead — wait for it — “It’s about not filing frivolous lawsuits…”

Washington-based attorney Patrick Malone filed an ethics complaint with the D.C. Bar Disciplinary Counsel against three attorneys behind Gohmert v. Pence. As expected, the key word “frivolous” was used. The courts found a reason to throw the case out last month, saying they had sued the wrong person. In a case like that, suing the wrong person is not a reason to discipline attorneys, it was a close call and many legal scholars disagree with the dismissal. Lawyers Defending American Democracy is seeking to get Rep. Gohmert himself disbarred over the election challenges.

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr., D-N.J. filed bar complaints against Rudy Giuliani and other attorneys in multiple states, saying their lawsuits were frivolous. The New York Bar Association, which is voluntary and does not include Giuliani, has asked the state’s disciplinary board to disbar him. Fortunately, the left’s attempts to get Rudy Giuliani disbarred won’t do much damage. He is wealthy and connected and doesn’t need to practice law. It will have the significance of the Arkansas Bar Association suspending Bill Clinton’s license to practice law for five years over lying under oath about his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

These are only some of the complaints that have been filed against conservative Trump election lawyers, there are many more. Since state bars are notorious for going after conservative lawyers, most of these lawyers will likely be suspended or disbarred unless they are well-connected with the leftists running the state bars, disciplinary committees or the disciplinary judges. Election law is a highly specialized area and with fewer conservative lawyers in this area, and others deterred from practicing this kind of law, the left will rack up even more victories in election lawsuits.

It is imperative that these lawyers find legal representation in the bar complaints and publicize the proceedings. While it may not be the most glamorous side of politics, if we don’t clean up corruption when it comes to elections we will lose everything since the Democrats will be able to dominate elected offices.

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Boom! Matt Walsh Calls Out Kamala Harris

When a liberal is accused we are told to “hear all women.” Why not “believe?”

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Conservatiove commentator Matt Walsh takes Kamala Harris down for her total hypocrisy in regard to Andrew Cuomo’s sexual harassment accusations.

The big distinction he makes is that when a conservative is accused we are told to “believe all women,” but when a liberal is accused we are told to “hear all women.”

Check out the short video below:

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