The Top Stories | President Trump Takes Action on Payroll Tax and Unemployment | Democrat leaders and White House officials – Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows – were unable to come to an agreement over a new coronavirus relief package – as President Trump takes action – when Congress failed to agree on a compromise. Foreign Interference in Election | A top U.S. intel official says China wants Trump defeated, Russia is sabotaging Biden. In a statement, National Security Council said, “As the President has said, the United States will not tolerate foreign interference in our electoral processes and will respond to malicious foreign threats that target our democratic institutions.” Mail In Voting v Absentee Voting | As the election heats up, the controversy over Universal Mail-in Voting versus Absentee Voting is being contested, as more states implement mail-in voting – but is the safest way to insure an honest election? Social Media Challenges Trump Campaign | Facebook removed a video post from President Donald Trump’s page, Twitter also removed the video from its platform – causing outrage and claims of overreach and censorship. Concern is growing that social media outlets and the mainstream media will interfere with the election. Update on HCQ and COVID-19 Vaccine | Will a vaccine be ready by yearend? A Gallup poll indicates that one-third of Americans say they would refuse to be vaccinated. The latest on the battle to make HCQ readily available to Americans.
Senator Ron Johnson, (R-WI) Chair of Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
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Crime Escalates – The War on Cops Continues | Citizens in Chicago have already shot 2,359 and murdered 417 in acts of gun violence. A whopping 95% of all people of color in Chicago are shot/killed, not by “racist” police, but by other persons of color! In fact, so far this year, twice as many people of color in the city have been shot/killed by other people of color in acts of justifiable self-defense than by police! This is a narrative that is playing out across the nation in America’s greatest cities. The Police Executive Research Forum surveyed four cities across the country and found that crime rates in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, New York and Las Vegas have spiked since the reopening of the country — a fact that law enforcement leaders feared.
Dr. Ron Martinelli, Political analyst, retired police detective and contributor to One America News Network. Host of Talking While Married. Book: “The Truth Behind the Black Lives Matter Movement and the War on Police.”
Media Reporting on Joe Biden Questioned | Democrat Presidential Candidate Joe Biden got the attention he probably wasn’t looking for when he made the following comments: “Unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things,” said Biden. No Apology – But Biden did walk the statement back: “Earlier today, I made some comments about diversity in the African American and Latino communities that I want to clarify,” Biden wrote. “In no way did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith—not by identity, not on issues, not at all.”
Michael Johns is the National co-founder and leader of the Tea Party Movement. A former White House speechwriter and a Policy Analyst with The Heritage Foundation.
HOUR 2: Viewpoint Presents with Malcom and Michael Johns returns for Episode Three with a look at the pressing political and public policy developments of the week, including the challenges associated with a presidential campaign that is unfolding in the midst of a national pandemic, a flashback to President Trump’s pre-pandemic accomplishments from January 2017 until the pandemic’s early 2020 onset, and new legislation by U.S. Senator Rand Paul that will afford students flexibility in how U.S. federal education funding is distributed and utilized. Join us for Hour 2 with a new episode of VIEWPOINT PRESENTS.