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“This is an intimidation tactic,” Tomi Lahren told Judge Jeanine Pirro on Saturday, while giving her reaction to a push being made by Harvard students to revoke the degrees of President Trump’s aides or supporters who graduated from the university.

Five Harvard students started to circulate a petition titled “Revoke their Degrees” that calls out three prominent graduates of the institution, all described as “violent actors” being complicit in the January 6th Capitol building riot, none of which are under criminal investigation: White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Senator Ted Cruz, and Representative from Texas Dan Crenshaw.

The letter—which was first posted by FOX News—argue that Trump’s supporters were involved in spreading the “disinformation and mistrust” that lead to the assault on the US Capitol.

In response Tomi Lahren said, “It’s just like Big Tech, it’s just like Hollywood. They think that their only audience is leftist liberals…this is an intimidation tactic.”

She continued: “It’s not just because they want to revoke the degrees. We know that that’s not going to happen — it’s illegal — it’s not going to happen. But this is a clear message to Trump supporters, to conservatives that Harvard and in elsewhere that they should be quiet, they should sit down, they should shut up. And if they have support for this President, they should be quiet.”

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“This is a message to all college students, all high school students, all Americans: If you support the President, you’re going to be in trouble, you will be de-platformed, you will be silenced, you will be censored…shut up!” Tomi said.

“And it’s up to us Trump supporters, us conservatives to say, ‘We’re not buying it’…that this is definitely an intimidation tactic. It’s just up to us if we’re going to fall for it or not,” she concluded. Video Below

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VIDEO: Body language expert exposes Jen Psak, reveals angry moment

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Body language expert Patti Wood examines White House press secretary Jen Psaki and if her body language is revealing more than she wants to let on.

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Biden’s COVID-19 Bill Would fulfill Democrats far-left wish list

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It’s increasingly clear that the Biden administration’s nearly $2 trillion COVID-19 relief package would appease special-interest groups rather than address the needs of those who actually need relief.

While about $1 trillion still sits unspent from previous relief bills, Biden’s bailout legislation would fulfill Democrats far-left wish list.

Among the many things that are unrelated to COVID-19 are a pension bailout, which could cost more than $60 billion, and a $350 billion bailout for states and localities.

Instead of a commitment to unity and working with Republicans to pass agreeable solutions, Democrats have decided to abuse the budget-reconciliation process to push through legislation that eclipses previous federal spending sprees.

They’re going to bail out special-interest groups and enact some of the worst fiscal policies this nation has ever seen. And unlike all five previous coronavirus relief efforts, this bill doesn’t have bipartisan support. 

This latest legislation is also the opposite of targeted: It throws billions and billions of dollars of good money after bad policies, using taxpayer funds for expensive bailouts that are unrelated to COVID-19 and unnecessary.

Predictions of plummeting state and local revenue have not come to pass. One recent report showed that tax revenue decreased only marginally, with 21 states reportedly seeing revenue growth in 2020.

In Kansas, tax revenues are already up now from where they were in fiscal year 2020, and neighboring Oklahoma is already projecting a $1.2 billion increase in its next fiscal year’s budget.

One bailout that’s included in Biden’s COVID-19 bill is an estimated $60 billion for pensions. Using coronavirus relief funds to bail out these pension funds is unfair to taxpayers, as many of the pensions have been mismanaged and continue avoiding reforms that would prevent insolvency.

As the former state treasurer of Kansas and trustee of the state’s pension program, I know that important management decisions can be made to ensure programs remain solvent.

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In Kansas, we proved it’s possible. Unfortunately, many in Washington think the answer to every question is to rack up billions, or even trillions, of dollars in debt on America’s credit card.

With such a dire budget situation at hand, Congress must ensure that any relief passed is targeted. Every dime spent on interest payments means less will go to what our federal government was designed to do by our Founders.

Uncontrolled spending by our federal government isn’t without consequence. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that $2 trillion in spending could shrink the economy by about $100 billion over the next decade, and with the national debt topping $27 trillion, our budget will have to shift over the coming years to accommodate larger and larger interest payments.

The Kansans I represent don’t want Washington to spend trillions of their taxpayer dollars on partisan projects. They want lawmakers just to work on crushing this virus so we can get back to building our families, businesses, and communities.

This nearly $2 trillion bill isn’t the right approach. It’s not targeted and is full of partisan handouts that have little or nothing to do with COVID-19.

Congress should instead be focusing on policies that increase job opportunities and wages for all workers, not mortgaging our futures.

It was just a year ago that we saw the results of tax and regulatory reforms; namely, the first actual wage growth in decades and historic lows in unemployment.

In order to return to that booming economy, we should focus on defeating the virus and reopening our country.

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy provides insight into the coronavirus stimulus bill saying the bill is “too costly, corrupt and liberal”.

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