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On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will start the hearings for Merrick Garland, President Joe Biden’s nominee for Attorney General. The mainstream media has said that Garland is a centrist and a moderate, but he is anything but a moderate.
Garland is a highly divisive candidate that has pledged to further the special interest causes of the left. Black Lives Matter and Antifa have found a friend in Garland, who will target conservatives under the label of white supremacy and domestic terrorism. He will do little to defend the Constitution or protect America as we know it.
Joe Biden had a secret legal team throughout his campaign starting in March of last year. The New Yorker shared in a story that the group, labeled SG3, came together to anticipate every possible scenario of how Trump could perhaps win the White House. Not just anticipate how he might win, but also work to prevent any possible Trump legal challenge as well.
The details surrounding the group are slim, but it appears that they worked with a large team and prepared legal challenges well in advance of any votes being cast. The issue is that the secret nature of their work will give way to conspiracy theory and there's little to stop it.
Finally, Jared talks about a recent NBC News poll that says the makeup of the GOP is changing. It shows that the GOP is becoming the party of the blue-collar worker. Democrats have claimed this as their banner for years, but it seems Americans are learning that Democrats are not really interested in helping them.
While the GOP may be changing, will the GOP recognize and adapt? It seems many establishment Republicans are not interested in change, but rather their own careers. Jared shares how this poll speaks volumes to the work that Republicans are doing on main street of America, and how establishment Republicans better get on board or be prepared to be out.
Music courtesy of Greg Shields music. http://www.reverbnation.com/GregShields