AG Paxton Joins War Room
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton tells War Room other states must get to the bottom of what happened on Nov. 3 in order for Americans to have confidence in our elections.
â€œItâ€™s incredibly important for these states that didnâ€™t defend from these lawsuits up front that we figure out what happened,â€ he said. â€œBecause if we didnâ€™t get our elections right, the people can have no confidence that the right people are getting elected.â€
Plus, Paxton rips George P. Bush, who announced a challenge to Paxton for AG.
â€œHe did such a poor job as land commissioner,â€ Paxton said. â€œHe apparently didnâ€™t remember the saying, â€˜Remember the Alamo.â€™ He said, â€˜Surrender the Alamo.â€™â€
Paxton said Bush has â€œvery little experienceâ€ and is just seeking higher office.
Paxton reveals he and Texas have sued Biden seven times. â€œWe are here to defend the Constitution, we will not stop doing that,â€ he said.
Phillip Patrick, Birch Gold precious medal specialist, analyzes the poor jobs report, and the true unemployment picture.
â€œThereâ€™s an issue with the numbers themselves, the numbers that are published are not always accurate,â€ he said. â€œThe headline unemployment [5.8 percent] donâ€™t include short-term or long-term discouraged workers…they donâ€™t even count you anymore.â€
Patrick reveals the real unemployment rate is 26 percent.
Plus, Patrick points out the total economic picture is not much better, as â€œa lot of the printed money hasnâ€™t hit the economy yet.â€
â€œThis thing is going to end either through inflation or implosion, I donâ€™t see another way,â€ he said.
Bannon said Biden is destroying the U.S. dollar, and then â€œall hell is going to break loose.â€
The Establishment Quakes
Boris Epshteyn comments on George P. Bush challenging Ken Paxton.Â
â€œThis smells to me like Karl Rove,â€ Epshteyn said. â€œI am completely behind Ken Paxton, he has a very very high future in Texas and national Republican politics.â€
Plus, Epshteyn comments on NBC nearly stealing his analogy of the freight train of audits, and why that means itâ€™s an earthquake for the establishment.
Just Like the AztecsÂ
Joe Allen, writer at the Federalist, joins War Room on his new piece detailing horrific experiments involving Fauciâ€™s NIH.Â Â
â€œNo itâ€™s not a sensationalist headline,â€ he said of the article, â€œIs Grafting Dead Babiesâ€™ Scalps Onto Lab Rats Any Better Than Child Sacrifice?â€ Allen explains why this is no different from what the Aztecs did.
â€œWe live in a very moral relativistic society,â€ Allen said. â€œI think this is on par with child sacrifice.â€
Allen described the horrific details where five month old babies are aborted, and then have their â€œscalps are cut off and grafted on the ratsâ€™ backs.â€Â
â€œWe live in a culture where many things like this [are] hidden,â€ he said.