Join Jim and Greg as they’re encouraged by a new Pew Research survey showing Americans overwhelmingly have negative views on China and believe China bears great responsibility for the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss new evidence released from the Ghislane Maxwell case, including a deposition listing Bill Clinton and others as visiting Jeffrey Epstein’s private island. And they shake their heads as the owners of a Michigan bed and breakfast reluctantly take down the Norwegian flag on the inn because of hate mail accusing them of flying the Confederate flag.

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  1. Bryan G. Stephens Thatcher
    Bryan G. Stephens

    The FBI is, and has been, corrupt. It is clear they have been involved in covering up for the elite for 20 years.

    The FBI has been useless for a generation. They failed to stop 9-11 and they cannot stop anything from happening.

    What they can do, is set up the President of the United States.

    I think the whole agency should be wiped out.

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  2. Arahant Member

    The Stars and Bars was the First National Flag of the Confederacy. It was not the battle flag, sometimes referred to as “The Southern Cross” or “The Southern Saltire.” The Battle Flag was incorporated into the Second and Third National Flags of the Confederacy.

    The Third National, or “Blood-stained Banner.”

    Get it right, you Yankees! @gregcorombos

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  3. Taras Coolidge

    Remember, Jim Geraghty is always wrong.

    Alan Dershowitz doesn’t just deny the accusations against him.  He wrote a short book shredding the accuser’s claims, and accusing her of perjury, conspiracy, and extortion.

    Strangely, she hasn’t sued him for libel.  Nor has she repeated her baseless charges against him in any forum that would permit him to sue her for libel or slander.

    Dershowitz points out a loophole in the law that protects false and defamatory statements in court filings from any legal recourse, even if they are leaked to the press.

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