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Join Jim and Greg as they walk through the good, bad, and crazy aspects of the presidential campaign launch of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis – from the glitchy start on Twitter Spaces to his strong articulation of a conservative vision for the nation to the obvious grifting of Trump critics who are aiming their venom primarily at DeSantis. They’re also pleasantly surprised by a new Fox News poll showing more Americans would blame President Biden than congressional Republicans for defaulting on our debt. Finally, they fume at the very shaky premise for the IRS going to the home of Twitter Files reporter Matt Taibbi on the day he testified to Congress about government efforts to silence free speech – and the very shady way the IRS initiated it’s investigation.
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Jonah seems to understand that The Process Is The Punishment when it comes to the IRS, but he and David French and others don’t seem to think it’s a problem to drag someone through criminal court where they can “have their day in court” and “clear their name” etc after being bankrupt, perhaps unemployed, homeless…
Maybe because they assume it will never happen to THEM?
Not to mention that the “day in court” may be a court with a progressive judge and progressive jury; so that, regardless of the facts of the case, you are likely to be convicted of being willfully and persistently a conservative.
This is probably why Fox settled the Dominion lawsuit.