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Carlson lays into politicians in DC at Fox Nation’s Patriot Awards
Fox News host Tucker CarlsonFox Nation’s third annual Patriot Awards featured his personal experiences with America.
Carlson thanked everyone in the room for their support and said that law enforcement was “truly the most difficult job.”
“In their absence, it is so difficult to truly appreciate them.” Why aren’t they considered the most heroic Americans? Carlson asked.
Carlson spent time celebrating American people, but he also joked with the fact that the government is managed primarily by the worst people.
Carlson stated that he often said to himself, “Never had a better nation been run by worse people.”
The end result is the “Tucker Carlson Tonight”Host praised American culture as producing a unique and kind society.
“They are nice. This is the first thing that I have noticed about Americans. He said that Americans are kind and nice people. “Run out gas in any rural country and see what happens.”
The Patriot Awards was emceed by “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host and Iraq and Afghanistan veteran Pete Hegseth.The evening honored and recognized America’s most outstanding patriots, including military veterans and first responders as well as everyday heroes. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR TOP STORY.
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Biden will sign bills to support federal and police authorities
Fox News reports that President Biden is expected sign three pieces of bipartisan legislation Thursday to support federal officials, police officers and the law enforcement community.
The president, on Thursday morning, will sign into law S. 1511, the “Protecting America’s First Responders Act of 2021,” S. 1502, the “Confidentiality Opportunities for Peer Support Counseling Act or the COPS Counseling Act,” and S. 921, the “Jaime Zapata and Victor Avila Federal Officers and Employees Protection Act.”
According to Fox News, the president will sign the bills that were passed almost unanimously and with bipartisan support at a White House ceremony held in the State Dining Room.
The “Protecting America’s First Responders Act of 2021,” authored by Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and co-sponsored by Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, would better ensure that law enforcement and first responders who are disabled in the line of duty have prompt access to benefits.
The president will also sign “Confidentiality Options for Peer Support Counseling Act” (or “COPS Counseling Act”), which establishes requirements for peer support counseling programs that must be provided by law enforcement agencies.
Biden will sign the “Jaime Zapata Federal Officers and Employees Protect Act” (which was led by Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas and Democratic Sen. Chris Coons from Delaware).
The bill will ensure that those who attempt to kill U.S. employees or federal officers abroad can be brought before the United States’ justice system. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
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As the 2022 election day rout approaches, another Democrat decides not to run
G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) is set to announce his resignation from the House. This will further hurt Democrats’ chances of retaining control of the chamber in the future. Midterm elections.
Butterfield, a long-standing member and former chair for the Congressional Black Caucus (CBCC), will announce that he will not be running for reelection. According to reports. The veteran lawmaker was first elected in 2004 to represent North Carolina’s 1st Congressional District.
Two weeks later, the announcement is expected. North Carolina Republican-controlled legislature Passed a new congressional map According to FiveThirtyEight, Butterfield’s safe seat may be within reach of the GOP. The new districting has gone from being Democratic-leaning by seven points to Democratic-leaning by one point.
Democrats filed a lawsuit against Butterfield over the map. They claim that the new boundary will reduce the influence of black voters within Butterfield’s district. Butterfield pledged earlier this month to continue fightingFor his seat.
“I do plan to run again. Butterfield stated that she was going to give it all that she had, as ABC11 reported at the time.
Butterfield’s retirement plan coincides with those of Sen. Patrick Leahy, D.Vt., as well as Rep. Jackie Speier. Announced their retirementsThere are now 11 Democratic incumbents who have announced their resignation from Congress. 11 Democrats have said they will not seek reelection in 2022. Nine Republicans plan to retire. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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SOME PARTING WORDS
Sean Hannity on Wednesday evening shared his own perspective on what patriotism means to him at Fox Nation’s third annual Patriot Awards.
The “HannityThe ” host also took the time to remember those who died in the past year, including Rush Limbaugh, radio host, and the 13 U.S. military personnel killed in the attack on Kabul’s airport in Afghanistan.
Hannity said, “Please join us for a moment to honor those souls and remember their sacrifice,” before a slideshow of soldiers was shown.
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