• David Bozell

"A Star is Born" in...Kamala Harris??

Updated: Aug 20

There’s an ocean of content out there for you to share with your networks. Here are ForAmerica’s top picks of today’s best articles, tweets and other social media for you to share with your networks.


Articles worth reading:

  1. Breaking: NY AG files lawsuit to dissolve the NRA after 18 month investigation (via American Military News)

  2. Tell us how that works out for you: BLM Activist Heading to Congress Calls for 'End to US Imperialism’ (via CNSNews.com)

  3. Judicial Watch calls for disclosure of the dates and locations of both domestic and international for former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter, who had a secret service detail for a time period: Judicial Watch sues for Hunter Biden travel records (via Washington Times)

  4. An "Oops" from the UK: Thousands of coronavirus deaths 'will be wiped off the government's official toll' after urgent review into counting fiasco that included people who had recovered and died of other causes in the toll (via the Daily Mail)


Twitter Hot Takes:

  • Trump was right...again...

  • Senator Paul owns hearings...

  • Twitter is interfering in the election...


Videos worth watching:

  1. Remember when Kamala Harris ripped into Joe Biden during the Democrat Debates? All of the Liberal Media got the memo to use a “Star was Born” as the catch phrase.

2. If you are diverse, "you ain't black."

Meme Alert!



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