Republican Representative Ted Budd from North Carolina has had enough of the attacks and vandalism on pregnancy centers, and he's doing something about it.

"Budd led 20 House Republicans in sending a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland on Tuesday, demanding the Department of Justice act after several pro-life pregnancy centers were vandalized and threatened," reports Breitbart.

"Destruction of property, violence, and threats of violence have no place in a healthy and flourishing society. These attacks represent yet another development in a disturbing pattern of intimidation against crisis pregnancy centers and Pro-Life organizations," the letter reads.

"The attackers wrote in red graffiti across the pregnancy clinic 'if abortions aren’t safe neither are you!'

"Unfortunately, Mountain Area Pregnancy Services is not the only pregnancy resource center to be targeted. CompassCare Community in Buffalo, New York, was firebombed by an anti-life group known as 'Jane’s Revenge,'" the letter continues.

"The perpetrators were so brazen as to take credit for the act by spray painting on the facility, 'Jane Was Here.' Jane’s Revenge has claimed responsibility for numerous attacks against Pro-Life pregnancy centers and organizations," the letter further states.

Budd asked for "swift justice" against the violence:

"While these actions undoubtedly violated state law, the federal Department of Justice (DOJ) also has the power to prosecute these crimes under the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1994. Congress enacted this legislation not just for abortion clinics but also to protect clinics that offer a range of Pro-Life services to women, including counseling services and adoption consultations," the letter concludes.

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Former President Donald Trump is smiling because it seems that Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before the January 6 Committee is crumbling by the minute.

"The Secret Service’s communication chief stated on Wednesday the agency was not asked to corroborate Cassidy Hutchinson’s Tuesday testimony before the January 6 Committee, where she claimed with secondhand knowledge that former President Donald Trump tried to commandeer 'the Beast' after his rally that day," reports Breitbart.

"[W]e were not asked to reappear before the Committee in response to yesterday’s new information and we plan on formally responding on the record," Anthony Guglielmi wrote.

"We have and will continue to make any member of the Secret Service available," Gugleilmi added.

"With the threatened debunking of Hutchinson’s testimony under oath, the 25-year-old’s attorney, Jody Hunt of Alston & Bird, alleged Hutchinson simply recounted to the committee what she was told secondhand," Breitbart reported.

"Ms. Hutchinson testified, under oath, and recounted what she was told," Hunt wrote. "Those with knowledge of the episode also should testify under oath."

"It’s not clear why the select panel didn’t seek further corroboration from the Secret Service as it planned Hutchinson’s hearing," Politico reported.

"Members of the select committee have said they welcome any more information about the Secret Service altercation that witnesses would provide under oath," according to Politico.

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Americans are suffering under President Joe Biden and his inability to make any improvements to the current economic crisis.

A YouGov/The Economist survey released this week found that a plurality say they are "worse off" financially than they were one year ago in President Biden’s America.

"Overall, 45 percent said they are actively 'worse off' financially than they were one year, ago, followed by 37 percent who said they are 'about the same.' Just 11 percent said they are 'better off,'" reports Breitbart News.

"This could spell trouble for Democrats as voters head to the polls in November, as most identify the economy as a top issue. Specifically, 93 percent identify the economy as an important issue when deciding how to vote in the midterm elections, and of those, 64 percent said it is 'very' important. A majority of Republicans, Democrats, and independents share those sentiments. Overall, 53 percent rate the economy as 'poor,'" reported Breitbart News.

69 percent of respondents to the survey said they will either "definitely" or "probably" vote in the midterms, including a majority of independent voters.

"A YouGov/CBS News Poll found that a majority of Americans are concerned about their ability to afford 'day to day things' as gas prices remain high and the country endures 41-year high inflation," reported Breitbart News.

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Award-winning country singer Jeffrey Steele released a new single "I'm an American" just before July 4th to show his patriotism and loyalty to this country.

Steele said he wrote the song to express his frustration with increasing anti-American sentiment on the left.

In talking about the song to Breitbart on Sirius radio, Steele said, “It’s ok to be an American, it’s not a bad thing. It’s an amazing, great thing. It’s a one-of-a-kind thing.”

“I’m tired of people putting us down / It’s like they want a Civil War," are some of the lyrics to the song.

Steele is a Hall of Fame songwriter who has written number one hits for Rascal Flatts, Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, Keith Urban, and Miley Cyrus.

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Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA) blamed President Joe Biden's overregulation of U.S. industries for part of the inflation problem that has plagued the country in recent months.

Carter was praising SCOTUS for ruling that the EPA had no authority to regulate the carbon emissions of existing power plants when he made the comments.

“The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Americans, in favor of constituents, and that is important because one of the biggest problems we’re facing right now with this inflation is over-regulation,” Carter said.

"If we could just simply relieve ourselves of some of these regulations, and that’s what the Supreme Court has done, saying they have to go through Congress. So, instead of this administration pushing their Green New Deal agenda, trying to make prices higher, and they were enjoying this," he continued.

He also said the higher gas prices were "by design" to force Americans to buy expensive electric vehicles.

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Mainstream news outlets including NBC, Axios and Politico lied about what Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in a recent opinion, trying to further smear him and stoke anger from the populace about what he has done.

The three news outlets all said that Thomas erroneously wrote that Thomas claimed coronavirus vaccines are made with the "cells of aborted children," but that is not what Thomas claimed.

Thomas actually wrote in the opinion that people objected to the vaccine on religious grounds because they were "derived from cell lines derived from aborted children."

It is true that no actual aborted fetal cells are used in the vaccines, but it is also true that all of the cells used were made from cell lines taken from an aborted fetus in 1973. So the vaccines are only in existence because of an abortion, which is objectionable to some religious people.

This is what Thomas wrote, representing the views of those that objected, not his own views, either. But leave it to the left-wing media to do everything they can to make him sound like an ignorant bigot even though he is neither.

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