1) Democrats are doomed and they know it. Daniel Roman writes:
The situation in the House is, if anything, worse for the Democrats. Democrats lost 12 House seats in 2020. The impact of redistricting is overblown – Republicans will gain a marginal advantage from the lines, but census results show the areas growing most quickly lean Democrat – yet nonetheless, the Democrat position is so weak that any deterioration in Biden’s position will be fatal to their 2022 hopes.
In effect, the 2021 Democratic majorities are on a “death watch,” and Democrats’ confused attempts to deal with that realization is determining their current erratic behavior.
2) Horrific rape covered up by liberal school board. Miranda Devine writes:
The callousness is what is so hard to stomach from the progressive elites of Loudoun County, Virginia, the wealthy dormitory community of Washington, DC.
They laughed and cheered when plumber Scott Smith was crash-tackled by police and humiliated at a school board meeting on June 22 as he tried to raise the plight of his 15-year-old daughter, who he says was raped and sodomized in the school bathroom by a boy in a skirt. No one expressed any concern for his daughter.
…The subterfuge might have been successful if it hadn’t been for an enterprising reporter at the Daily Wire who bothered to find out Smith’s side of the story — and a horrific tale it is.
The alleged rapist of his daughter was quietly shipped to another school, where he struck again. That’s a failure of the school system of Loudoun County, which quite obviously did not take the Smiths’ complaint seriously.
3) The 2020 election was stolen – but not in the way you think. John Daniel Davidson writes:
Taken together, Americans had — and have — good reasons not to trust the outcome of the 2020 election. As Hemingway said on The Federalist Radio Hour this week, 2020 was “the weirdest national election we’ve gone through in memory — it was, you know, massive changes to election laws, massive changes to the procedures by which we handled voting, massive propaganda, massive tech suppression.” And if you dared to notice these changes or complain about them, you were labeled a conspiracy theorist.
Democrats, Big Tech, and the corporate press would like very much for Americans to forget all of this ever happened. Certainly, they don’t want anyone digging into the details and revealing how, exactly, they interfered with the election, mainly because they plan to do it again in 2024.