Donald Trump announced his 2024 presidential run last night. This time around, he knows exactly what he is up against. NPR’s response is representative of the resulting media hyperventilation: “Donald Trump, who tried to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election and inspired a deadly riot at the Capitol in a desperate attempt to keep himself in power, has filed to run for president again in 2024.” The Bible makes it clear that, somehow, Donald Trump will regain the presidency.
In a January 6 hearing yesterday, FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to give a definite answer regarding whether the FBI had confidential human sources among the January 6 protesters. Florida Rep. Carlos Gimenez also questioned Wray about his statement that domestic violent extremists are the greatest threat that the U.S. faces. Giminez pointed out that only four people died from “domestic violent extremism” in 2020, whereas 200 Americans are dying per day from fentanyl overdose. Are “domestic extremists” truly a bigger threat than the fentanyl suppliers?
Just the News reports that some election machines in Virginia’s Prince William County recorded more votes than there were ballots in the machines. This was a district where Republicans were expected to pick up a House seat; instead, the Democrat incumbent narrowly won. The overwhelming majority of the “extra” votes recorded in the machine were for the Democrat candidate.