by Sheila G
September 28, 2021
The Gateway Pundit reports, “The Democrats’ Massive Spending Bill Includes A Hidden Bailout For The Liberal Media.
One piece that hasn’t received much attention yet is a special journalism “tax credit” equal to 50% of the salary of each journalist—up to $50,000 per journalist annually.
Yes, that’s correct, our tax dollars would be paying 50% of the salary of many journalists, whether you like their reporting or not.
Free Press, a well-funded liberal group that aims to “reshape media” in the United States, sent a letter to the Federal Communications Commission that included the question: “Are we going to have to shoot Republican[s] to reclaim our democracy?”
The call to “shoot” Republicans came from a California member named David Lyons.“
This is another great reporting piece by the Gateway Pundit.
What do the actions in these articles have in common? The are both egregious. But there is more.
Our government has just stepped beyond the boundaries of representing the people of this country. We have a George Soros funded liberal group suggesting they will need to shoot us.
So let me say this simply.
If that $3.5 trillion bill passes, let’s invite the George Soros liberal scum to act. They can bring their pea shooters and bucket of rocks and face the long arm of justice while staring down the long arm of ARs. David Lyons bring it on. It is time to bring all of this nonsense to an end. The trash is overflowing in DC. It stinks. There is no amount of cleaner that can remove the stench. Only we can do it! It’s time to rumble.
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