After a lovely day of all good martinis, there’s plenty of bad and crazy for Jim and Greg today. And even the good martini is not pleasant.

First, the welcome the United Nations taking five months to confirm what we all saw on October 7th last year – that Hamas used rape and other sexual assault as weapons of war. However, the UN also concluded that Hamas is still likely using these heinous tactics against the hostages.

Next, a two-part bad martini highlighting President Biden’s dereliction at the border and new evidence that his administration deliberately and actively flew illegals into the country. They dissect a Daily Mail report detailing how the administration admits, through a Freedom of Information request, that it flew hundreds of thousands of people (with no legal right to enter our nation) to 43 different airports in the U.S. during 2023 alone.

But they also point out a recent segment on “60 Minutes,” in which former Customs and Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz says he never had a conversation with President Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris during his two years on the job from 2021-2023.

Finally, Jim and Greg unload on figures at the Lincoln Project and The Bulwark for their unhinged rhetoric aimed at No Labels, the group looking for a third party candidate to run for president this year. Reporting from Byron York quotes Rick Wilson of the Lincoln Project saying No Labels needed to be “burned to the (expletive deleted) ground politically.” Jonathan Last of The Bulwark publicly said anyone affiliated with No Labels should “have their lives ruined,” including losing their jobs and much more.

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  1. GlennAmurgis Coolidge
    GlennAmurgis
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    The writers of the former Weekly Standard have become Robespierre. “Have their lives ruined” for belonging to a political party. What happened to the norms and “saving democracy”.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    GlennAmurgis (View Comment):

    The writers of the former Weekly Standard have become Robespierre. “Have their lives ruined” for belonging to a political party. What happened to the norms and “saving democracy”.

    It appears they were always no more than political hit men for hire, in the tradition of James Callender and David Brock.

    Conservatism was just a market niche they found it profitable to exploit for a time.   Now they work for the billionaires of the Democrat donor class.

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