[00:30] Dems Pull Off the Steal in Arizona (35 minutes)
Katie Hobbs, another Democrat basement candidate, has been declared the winner of the Arizona governor’s race—with a lead over popular favorite Kari Lake that is just wide enough to prevent an automatic recount. Many Arizonans are calling for a new election on December 6 because so many voters were disenfranchised by voting machine malfunctions, and Lake has declared that she will fight the election results.
[35:00] Echoes of Bush v. Gore (8 minutes)
In No Freedom Without Law, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry warned that there would never be another uncontested U.S. election after the 2000 Bush v. Gore fiasco in Florida. Issues & Insights recently published an article that makes the same argument.
[43:30] Trump’s Fighting Spirit (5 minutes)
Revolver News had a story this morning titled “Trump Ready for War,” arguing that President Donald Trump is still willing to fight despite the resistance he faces from the uniparty and the media. J. D. Vance, the Trump-backed senator who won his race in Ohio, has come to Trump’s defense, stating that the Republican Party’s “one major asset, contra conventional wisdom,” is Donald Trump.
[48:50] Democrat Megadonor Declares Bankruptcy (7 minutes)
The New York Post has been reporting on a “disturbing story that may explain something about how [the Democrats] won such a curious election.” Sam Bankman-Fried, a shady and disreputable cryptocurrency billionaire, just declared bankruptcy after pouring millions of dollars into the Democratic Party before the midterm elections. Jesse Watters reported that this is “the biggest financial fraud case in U.S. history”—and the Democratic Party is caught up in the middle of it.