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Terrell blasts Rep. Cohen saying 75% of National Guard may ‘do something’ at inauguration: ‘LUDICROUS!’

“You can expect the democrats to play the race card for the next four years as long as we allow them to and we can’t”

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In a CNN interview, Demcoratic Rep. Steve Cohen made an egregious accusation that because of its conservative majority, 75 percent of the National Guard might be inclined to attack during Joe Biden’s inauguration. 

“You know, I was thinking, the Guard is 90 some-odd percent, I believe, male; and only about 20 percent of white males voted for Biden,” he said. 

“The other 75 percent are in the class that would be, the large class of folks, who might want to do something. And there were military people and police who took oaths to defend the Constitution and to protect and defend who didn’t do it who were in the insurrection, so it does concern me,” he continued. “The suspect group is large.” 

Appearing on Hannity Monday night, Leo Terrell had something to say about it. 

“You can expect the democrats to play the race card for the next four years as long as we allow them to and we can’t,” he said. 

“What that congressman said is outright ludicrous. National Guard, the military, they have a commitment to our country and to God and for him to make the assumption, just because officers in the military express their First Amendment right and vote for a particular candidate that they’re not going to defend the other guy,” he continued. 

“Dan Bongino had nothing in common with Barack Obama but that man would’ve taken a bullet for Barack Obama. It is outright crazy to make the false assumption that who you vote for will depend on your loyalty to the Commander in Chief,” he urged. “It makes no sense whatsoever.” 

“I’m going across this country. I hope the democrats try to cancel me because I’ve got a big mouth. I’m going across this country all this year to talk about Trump’s program. I’m serious. This is ridiculous,” he added. 

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  1. John Wilch (TSGT, USAF Ret.)

    January 21, 2021 at 7:27 pm

    Go for it, Brother Leo. I took the following OATH on Dec 20, 1963, and several times thereafter until I retired on Apr 1, 1992, as an E-6: “I, _____, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”.

    That OATH was not to an individual but to the United States of America and it Constitution. Also, I added a small oath of my own: “I will protect those that can’t and I’ll also protect those that will not. So Help Me, God!”

    I will gladly pick up my weapon again if I’m called because my oath will NEVER, NEVER expire.

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BLM DC Makes Vile Comment about Officers Called ‘Heroes’ When Shot in the Line of Duty

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A suspect is still at large after opening fire on police officers in Northwest D.C. Sunday night. One officer was shot, and fortunately suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was released from the hospital after being treated.

Black Lives Matter took the opportunity to make vicious remarks about cops who are targeted. The D.C. Police Department gave a press conference detailing the situation that had occurred and applauded the police department for “courageously” chasing the suspect before he was able to evade police.

The Police Chief asked for citizens to avoid the area where the suspect was last seen and encouraged the public to reach out to their department with any information that could be helpful to the case.

Black Lives Matter took the opportunity to promote its #StopMPD campaign and warn against “copaganda.” Black Lives Matter DC’s official Twitter account posted:

“This is the point we’ve been making for months, Look at the reaction and coverage tonight. Tearjerker press conferences and proclamations of heroes coming soon. Imagine if people knew these folks’ names. Being Black in DC is more dangerous than any job.”

In a follow-up tweet, the account stated “This isn’t to say these scenarios represent what happened tonight, but it does explain our skepticism, interest in details, and highlights the difference in how people talk and act when an officer is hurt vs when they hurt a Black person. No one asks what the cop did wrong.”

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Another Victim Thrown on NYC Subway Tracks, 62-Year-Old Man Suffered Lacerated Leg

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Just over a week ago, 40-year-old Asian American Michelle Alyssa Go was pushed to her death in front of a train on the subway tracks of New York City’s Times Square. Another individual was shoved onto the tracks on Sunday.

New York Police Department said both attacks were unprovoked and called upon leadership officials to do more to protect the city’s citizens. Sunday’s victim was a 62-year-old man whose name has not been publicly released.

He was pushed onto the tracks in Lower Manhattan’s southbound train at the Fulton Street subway station. He sustained a leg laceration and police said there have not yet been any arrests in connection with the incident.

Go’s attacker was identified as Martial Simon, a 61-year-old homeless man with a history of violence and mental health issues. He was charged with second-degree murder. The New York Times reported that shortly before Go’s death, another woman saw him acting suspiciously and later told police she was afraid he was going to push her onto the tracks.

Subway attacks are the latest increase of issues that face Democrat New York Mayor Eric Adams. Adams has pledged to fight crime but has already implemented plans to minimize punishments for criminals in an effort to keep young men, particularly of color, out of prison.

Despite overall subway riding being down since the pandemic, the subway system has seen an increase in assaults last year. “According to the NYPD, 461 felony assaults were reported on the subway system in 2021, of which 30 involved a person being pushed onto the subway tracks. That’s an increase from the year before when there were 26 reported subway-pushing incidents” reports The Washington Post.

New York’s liberal leadership have been vocal supporters of the defund the police movement and saw the city turn to the wild west with protestors taking over the city during the Black Lives Matter movement shortly after George Floyd’s death. Rising crime and gun violence have plagued the city.

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