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Super Tuesday was a super day for Donald Trump, and things got even more super when Nikki Haley announced the end of her presidential campaign. But it’s not time to celebrate yet. Charlie talks with Tyler Bowyer and Citizen Kane about the work that still must be done to secure victory in the only contest that really matters.

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Go to Lots of Super Tuesday news, but we're getting right into it. Tyler Boyer is here. Tyler, what is the big takeaway from Super Tuesday? What we should, like you said, what we've been talking about now for months, which is that there are six key target states that are basically up in the air for Trump to have to win. We've known this. We've known Trump has been the nominee effectively for the past, you know, six to eight months probably, with everything, our year to the ground, with everyone that's out in the field. We have to give everything that we have to overcome the methods and madness and manipulation that's happening in each of these states, Arizona, Wisconsin, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Michigan. Yeah. And so we have at Turning Point Action, we were ahead of the curve. We've been saying this on this program literally for now 14 months, 15 months. And now people are now waking up to it where it's not going to come down to Iowa or Ohio or Florida.

That's fine. North Carolina is going to be a little interesting. They're going to pour some money into that, but I think we're going to be fine.

Yep. Arizona, Georgia, and then one of the Rust belts. We believe Wisconsin is the best path forward. Michigan has some signs of life, but you got this lunatic. We have the tape, by the way, to play the secretary of state, which is a chilling tape that you sent in our group chat this morning.

Yeah, it's chilling. But we think Wisconsin is the is the most likely to go Trump. Well, and here's the reason why. So this is this is what's happening on the ground. This is what has been happening. We've seen in past election cycles, the Democrats retreat away from Florida and Ohio. They invested heavily the last two election cycles into Arizona and Georgia. Now we're looking at the polling, but we're also looking at the landscape of the architecture of this this election, which is that RFK is on the ballot. Jill Stein's on the ballot. You know, you have Colonel Colonel West on the ballot. Right.

So. You have this entire problem now for the Democrats where they're looking at Arizona going, does it make more sense to go all in on winning Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin? And for them, the numbers are looking better for them there.

Michigan and Pennsylvania have Philadelphia and Detroit where they have easy to manipulate areas. So sorry to interrupt with 2020, they had BLM. They were able to run up the score with mail in ballots and black voters. They don't have that this cycle. It doesn't look like it's going to materialize. They might pull out of Georgia and North Carolina because one in three people in Georgia are black voters.

Yeah. And they've made some infrastructure builds in in Georgia that are going to be harder for them to unwind, but they're not going to do the extra. There's less of that in Arizona, believe it or not. So they don't have infrastructure built because Mark Kelly had this operation.

They didn't sustain that. It doesn't appear so. It doesn't appear so. And Arizona, again, has been one of these vacant places, parking lot, political parking lots in America where there just hasn't been a ton.

It's been built. Georgia is different. Georgia has been at the epicenter. That's why Stacey Abrams, their apparent front page of Time magazine does does now a Lake V. Gallego Senate race increase the amount of Democrat attention here. This is the same issue as North Carolina that you just brought up, right?

Which is if they decide to go after the governor's race aggressively or the Senate race in Arizona, then that's going to contribute to more money, which is going to make it more likely they'll spend more. They're going after North Carolina hard. I listen again. I listen to MSNBC for 30 minutes on my way into our super stream. All they talk about is North Carolina. Roy Cooper on obsessed.

I mean, it was the full siren. We got to take out Mark Robinson. I mean, it's like full court press. Mark Robinson is is a problem for them because he's becoming a prominent voice in the black community. And so his his impact is much larger, much broader than just North Carolina.

Yeah, no. So they they need to try to take him out and they look at that. If they could take out Mark and bring on his numbers, they can make Trump have to campaign unnecessarily more in North Carolina.

Well, here's the other thing, too. Cooper is kind of a known quantity and he's boring. Very boring. Ruben Gallego in Arizona is a complete goof up. He's a bad person. He's a goofball. He's he's weird.

If you actually talk to the guy, he's just he's just he's a bizarre. I think he's beatable. I think I'm the only person. No, he thinks cinema out of the race makes this a binary choice. I'm the only one that thinks it's actually a good thing. As long as voters understand who Ruben Gallego is and get to know him. The question is, will Barrasso McConnell come in with the necessary one hundred million dollars?

Probably not. Right. Well, then you got a problem because Schumer will come in for Gallego for whatever he needs. But we'll see. The landscape's changing right with with with everything happening and and with McConnell's stepping down and everything else. So the landscape's changing. So that's a positive for Kerry Lake. But we can't we've been telling people this. The calvary is not coming in these states.

But I want to point out something very important for everybody at home to Charlie. Arizona, Wisconsin and Georgia, out of the six key states that are winnable. Right. For either side effectively are the three states that have the lowest amount of union employees in the state. So Arizona, I believe, has the least.

It's amazing. Yeah. So Arizona. The least unionized state in the country. Arizona and Georgia. No, no, no. Just out of the six states. OK. So out of the six states.

But that makes sense. But it's been a right to work state forever since formation forever. So Arizona has not had a huge union presence.

Nevada, Michigan and Pennsylvania do. Hi. Culinary unions, trade unions. Yeah. So this is why if you're an activist like we are and we're looking at this, we're saying how many bodies, how many armies do we need to organize? It makes more sense to to organize armies in places where the unions aren't.

So tell tell people why. Because the unions are not the right to work state. The unions are deployed. They're already ready to go as grassroots workers, door knockers. In fact, one of our co-workers just had his door knocked on by a union worker here in Arizona. They don't have a lot of presence.

They have something. But but in the other in these other states, they run Clark County in Nevada. Nevada is completely covered. Pennsylvania has massive amounts of union workers. And although union union workers are defecting for the Democrat Party at record numbers in some of these states, but they have the right. That's the problem. They just have bodies.

They have more bodies. And so you look at Arizona, Wisconsin and Georgia. And you go, OK, there's the fewer there. So that means Democrats have to build to make up for that in those states where they don't have significant union workers. And so we can we have an opportunity to do the same. The question is, will we do it? Will the entire conservative movement focus in on these states and say we have a chance to match what the Democrats are doing on ground game and we have to invest into it? And that shouldn't just be a turning point. That needs to be 10 to 15 other organizations coming in and being serious about this and saying we're not going to just, you know, spray and pray. We're not going to just, you know, send people out in the last three weeks of the election.

We are going to invest now heavily. And it doesn't have to be 100 bodies. It doesn't have to be 200 bodies. It needs to be 10 bodies. It needs to be 15 bodies.

It needs to be 20 bodies. If we have 20 or 30 organizations doing that, the same with the Democrats do. It makes it really hard to beat us in these states. And they're going to more quickly retreat from these states and focus in. And we're going to have World War Three in Wisconsin, front page of Politico dot com today. And I tell everybody, look, celebrate Super Tuesday, but it's get to work.

You got to get to work. Biden's plan for Trump. Bury him with campaign cash. Yeah, they're going to have more money than they know what to do with.

They already do, Charlie. I mean, we know this and it's not just the visible campaign cash. And this is what's so irritating. I've sat on the RNC for the last four years listening to Ronald McDaniel say, oh, we're on par with the Democrats, we're on par with the Democrats.

And everybody there, all the, you know, the old timers are like, oh, great. It's the lemmings. And it's and it's like, guys, you have no idea what you haven't researched. You haven't spent the time understanding. There's a multi-billion dollar dark money infrastructure. There's a dark money, multi-billion infrastructure that they're using much more poignantly than we are through C3, C4, Super PACs, all of it. And this is the big problem.

And again, you know, I want to be cautious about how overly critical we are. Times have changed. But the old way of doing things, the Karl Rove way of doing things, which is to spend a bunch of money on media and and shift the narrative is not enough. You have to fight for the narrative.

Obviously, we need to do that. But Democrats have figured out these outside infrastructure groups that they've built are chasing every ballot to make up for the ballots. They can't win. And they can't win in the public.

They can't win in public opinion or polling. But, Tyler, when you say, oh, it says Trump is up seven points, that means nothing. It means nothing.

It means absolutely nothing. People say, oh, and I try to convince people, I say, what have you done to actually change election law, secure our nothing? They say, well, you know, maybe this time will be different. We got to get to work. Well, we're running out of time. And this is the thing is that we have to have great defense with election integrity law, but we have to put bodies out and have great office to make up for our disparities.

Only turning point action is doing this, right? Do you know of any other mass hiring effort that's happening on the right? We're leading the charge, Charlie. We're leading the charge.

If we don't have bodies, all of a sudden you're going to have Joe Biden for another four years. Yeah, I mean, so when you look at it, if you go to slash trainings and go to Understanding Arabella and Democracy Alliance, you start to really see we lay out the entire infrastructure in the most simplistic way that we can. It's complicated. It certainly is.

But they have to two basic sides. They have Arabella advisors, which is the money pit. It's this is the Soros side that we generally refer to as Soros. It's really many, many more donors than that and many families that contribute to it. But then we also have Democracy Alliance, which is probably the more technical organization that you should become more familiar with.

This is the organization that identifies the C3s and C4s and PACs and how they operate to chase ballots effectively. All they care about is how many ballots in each state those organizations are getting into the box. And their whole job is to make sure they don't get too little or too much money. And this is really critical, the too much money thing. There are many organizations on the right that receive too much money and do not enough or they don't focus on the right things. And this is like the problem that's been talked about.

And again, we're not attacking our friends directly that are in the think tank space, but the right created hundreds of think tanks in the last 30 years. And none of them have anything to do with driving election, get out the vote. And so there's a problem with that. You can't have too much of that.

And those became very popular and very, very inflated with cash. There's been billions and billions of dollars spent on our side while we've let get out the vote operations left out to dry. Right. We've left them completely underfunded. And so that's the area that we have to spend our time and effort on.

And we really need some referees in the space to say, OK, you know, this is worth it. And again, I want to point back to what we talked about with Mark Kelly in 2022. Had Mark Kelly not been running.

Remember, Arizona had a senatorial election in basically the last 10 years, like every two years because of John McCain passing away and everything else. You have a situation now where you had Mark Kelly receive 50 to 60 million dollars that just went into almost exclusively bodies. This was all outside infrastructure. This was all outside money.

And that is what basically forced not only Mark Kelly to win, but also drug everyone else across the finish line that was a statewide candidate, including Katie Hobbs. And the infrastructure exists. Reid Hoffman, Laureen Powell Jobs, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, George Soros, the oligarchs on the left.

They pump in hundreds of millions of dollars a year. The right has nothing even comparable to this. That's not even close.

We are being outspent probably closer to 10 to one. And the key part of that, Charlie, is how organized they are. Right.

So they've created. None of our people. But by the way, they're too busy attacking turning point on our side. Our side turns our guns and spends. And this is what part of their infrastructure does, is they try to turn our own guns against each other. So we're spending hundreds of millions of dollars attacking each other for the most part in primaries, everything else. And then the left is spending billions of dollars, organized, never fighting, letting John Fetterman basically not have a primary opponent, not funding his primary opponent, things like that. And they have quelled that whole progressive wing of the Democrat Party, the Bernie Sanders AOC wing. They have no voice, no sort of rancor. They used to do primaries.

They are gone. And by the way, you saw this last week, AOC getting attacked by their own people. They they have methods in which they hold those people accountable to.

That's right. So they they keep their people aligned much better than we keep our people aligned. But it all starts with infrastructure. It all starts with making sure that money isn't being spent on stupid, ridiculous things.

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Can you tell us about that? Yeah, one of the things we saw in 2020 was that particularly in battleground states, we are all battling. We were all battling a common adversary, a really nationally coordinated effort to undermine the will of the people, both before, during and after Election Day. But there was really no way for us to consistently as a team, the six of us in those six battleground states, which Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada and Georgia, to constantly both compare notes and also say, OK, how are we going to respond to this nationally coordinated effort with a coordinated response?

And so that's so, Tyler, what is she talking about here? So what the Michigan secretary of state just admitted to publicly is that the the secretaries of state, the Democrat secretaries of state have all been coordinating together, which, you know, this is a this is this is news because this is something that they've denied. They've denied. Yeah, they've out. Oh, no, we do our own stuff.

We don't talk to other states. No, they're in harmony and there's obviously an organizing hub, Soros, Emerson Collective, Democracy Alliance that is being the offensive coordinator here. That is that is pushing them. And it's obvious to the to the even the most pedestrian political observer.

This is obvious. And this is where the Fannie Willow stuff really starting to break down is because they've been coordinating things with Fannie's situation. Right. And so now they're getting really nervous because that thing is spinning out of control wildly, which is part of the reason why I think you've seen such stalling on the Michigan front with the things that they've done there in Nevada. Things are not shaping up. This this thing is getting out of their control. But, you know, this is the reason why we I mean, we just don't have enough fighters on our side. We have some incredible fighters.

We have just very few. You know, whether you look at Harmeet Dillon or Segal Chadha and in Nevada, we have a number of people who we need lawyers to step up and say, you know, enough's enough. We have to fight this like crazy because these people are literally trying to destroy our country, go after regular Americans. They're going after little grandmas.

That's what she's referring to and talking about. And something that was now now happened, you know, almost four years ago. And so, you know, which, by the way, was outlined very concretely in the Constitution. So, you know, it was handled and we moved on and they want to go after Trump. They've they've realized now that they've lost the battles and trying to prevent Trump from being able to make the ballot.

The only way that they could was basically start this like chaos. We're trying to remove him from primary ballots, but they can't stop his nomination from happening at the Republican National Convention. That is completely privately held by the Republican National Convention. The only thing that they can do now is try to thwart the will of the American people on the floor of Congress. When again, this comes down to certification, reading the Electoral College votes. Oh, they'll try and block it and certify everything that they got upset. That Republicans were thinking about doing.

They're going to 100 percent do. Yeah, exactly. And here's the problem they've created for themselves now. Now, more Americans are acutely aware of the Electoral College because of it, things like that. So they're kind of falling into their own trap where people have become more educated on this. And I think what they're going to see is they're going to start realizing, like you've seen the meme. Am I the baddie?

You know, am I the bad guy that these people are really the bad guy? They're going to start losing people on their side, especially the moderate faction, who's going, oh, my gosh, like this is crazy. So in closing here, we need to we need to scale up and higher up.

I mean, how many full time people has the RNC invested in in Arizona, Wisconsin, Georgia? You know, and again, we've we've laid off of being just the constant attack dogs. We're just when people ask us, I know we're running out of time. This is another month wasted here. Like, let's get our there.

There are no field staff on the ground in Arizona. There's one there's one guy. Right. And how many do we have? And we have dozens. We are going to we are right now are hiring hundreds. And so we are building the army in Arizona where we will have we will have thousands of activists knocking doors, chasing ballots. They'll be the first time this has ever been done in a structural way.

First time in the entire movement. And it's going to be the most important states. Arizona, Wisconsin, Georgia, Georgia will be Michigan, places that we're going. But we're organizing volunteers to do this work in other states as well.

And so we're talking thousands of full time, part time volunteer activists that are going to be knocking doors, chasing ballots and singing out the same song sheet for the first time ever. There's a lot of confidence. People say, oh, there's no way Trump can lose. I mean, I don't subscribe to that at all.

No, we've seen it. And folks, this is when it comes back to for those of you that spent time with us on election night in 2022. When we witnessed in real time how they were, you know, legally and some questionable ways that they were manipulating the election results. And some of this is that, you know, again, comes down to adjudication.

We could talk about that for hours. Some of this talks about how they they count the votes. Right. Which we saw the order in which they did it here in the Phoenix metropolitan area. This is the tip of the spear. They gave less time to cure ballots, less curing ballots, less winning. Check it out, TP Action dot com.

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Citizen Free Press dot com. Citizen Cain. Citizen Cain, your web traffic is just going crazy lately.

I mean, my team sent me some of these images here. By the way, I like your new mugshot. That's your Fulton County mugshot.

Cain, what's going on? Yeah, well, it's a good thing that there's no camera because I was just dancing to my theme song and Trump's victory here in the. Here in CFP Global headquarters. Yeah, that mugshot. Somebody meme that up. That's me and in my bathroom and and somebody meme that up. So I'm I wear that proudly. That's my Fulton County.

Fulton County mugshot regarding traffic. Yeah, it's crazy. I'm sure traffic is high for everyone on the Internet the last 24 hours. But that's a record for us, man. First time we've ever been above 15 million page views in one day in one 24 hour period. And almost as you see, almost three million visits.

So, yes. So it's crazy. I think it's only going to grow this year, Cain. I'm telling you, I am I am long on Citizen Free Press dot com.

If you were a stock, I would buy it. I'm telling you what you guys have going there is unbelievable. So kind of, you know, you're you'll go ahead, Cain. Your thoughts. I just say from nothing. I mean, think about Charlie.

It's going to be my seven year anniversary on May 1st and on May 1st of 2017. I literally just sat down in my office and started typing headlines on a blank white page. Right. I had no readers. I did. I had no one.

There was no Facebook page to push traffic. I didn't go to the media and try to get articles saying, hey, this young upstart is trying to, you know, launch a Drudge Alternative. I just started typing headlines.

I haven't left this office now 70 almost seven years later. But it's amazing where it is to go from. You know, my first day, I tried to push it on Twitter. I got 100 people and I think maybe 300 page views. So to go from, you know, and maybe the first day I did a total of a thousand page views.

So to go from a thousand to fifteen million and twenty four, you know. So anyway, you know, it's only in America, only in America. And that is that is true Midwest grit. I got to tell you, Cain, I love it. That's right.

All right. So, Cain, give us give us the recap of Super Tuesday. What do you think we're missing in the coverage here? Some of the surprises, the wrinkles, takeaways. Citizen Cain. Well, there's a lot of good stuff, but you're not missing anything.

Charlie, you're too good. You don't miss stuff. But I thought, you know, there's some interesting headlines on the stack right now. I thought it was interesting. Biden losing in suddenly spacing me out, which I don't.

But it's the first time an incumbent president has lost a primary in 44 years. I thought that was interesting. What I'm focusing on this morning, though, is Nikki and the subtext of her speech. And and and think through this with me, Charlie.

And I want to know what you think. So she's got to be worried on the margins about potentially being banished from from the entire America First movement. And maybe the future of the Republican Party. So if you're sort of cornered, you've stayed in the race too long as she has. And now you need to kind of mend fences and make sure that you stay relevant.

What might you do? You might try to extort the presidential candidate, Donald Trump himself, and try to force him somehow to choose you as your vice president. And I could be wrong, but I feel like I heard that in the subtext of her speech this morning where she said, Donald Trump, it is now the time of your choosing. You can bring these people back. You can bring independence. And it really felt like Nikki was saying, if you want my endorsement, if you want the 30 percent of these weak independents who voted for me, then you're going to have to offer me the V.P. job.

Did you get any of that live at all? I'm starting to see it. Let's play cut 53 so our audience can watch it alongside.

Let's play cut 53. In all likelihood, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee when our party convention meets in July. I congratulate him and wish him well.

I wish anyone well who would be America's president. Our country is too precious to let our differences divide us. I have always been a conservative Republican and always supported the Republican nominee. But on this question, as she did on so many others, Margaret Thatcher provided some good advice when she said, quote, never just follow the crowd, always make up your own mind. It is now up to Donald Trump to earn the votes of those in our party and beyond it who did not support him. And I hope he does that. At its best, politics is about bringing people into your cause, not turning them away.

And our conservative cause badly needs more people. This is now his time for choosing. His time for choosing came. Yeah.

What is that? This is the hostage situation. That's how you talk. That's how you talk if you've kidnapped, you know, nine people and you have in the basement. It is now your time for choosing. You have till 5 p.m. tonight. Yeah, that's the line.

That's the line that that I picked up on that final line. It's his time for choosing. Will he choose me and bring me into the fold and my sort of attachment to these wishy washy independents and rhino Republicans?

I don't know. I'm not saying Trump's going to do it. In fact, I don't think he will. You've got Tucker Carlson two months ago on stage with you, I think, saying that he would actively campaign against a ticket that included Nikki Haley. You've got the vague who's out there pushing Trump strongly, who's, you know, diametrically opposed.

So I can't imagine that he would ever do this. But I felt like that's what she's trying to do, that she's worried. I mean, she saw the headlines for the last two weeks about how she should be banished from the party that she needed to. You know, she should have quit a long time ago. So I sort of feel like she's that that's what she's angling for. Or, you know, or another cabinet position.

But let's hope he doesn't do it. Yeah, I just it feels it feels kind of like extortion, to be honest. I mean, she's saying she's not going third party, but then she has this whole thing. Well, I traditionally support the nominee. And but Margaret Thatcher used to say, like, what's going on here, that you have to make up your own mind. It's very goofy. So, so, Cain, you know, one of the one of the things we're talking about here on this program,

I don't know if you have it in the stack. Biden's plan for Trump, bury him with campaign cash. This race is going to tighten. Now is not the time to be cocky or to act as if this race is over. Simply we have a nominee.

That is it. Citizen Cain. Yeah, I have seen that political story and I'm not sure if you've mentioned it, but there's buzz about about Elon Musk attending a meeting on Sunday at Mar-a-Lago with two or three other unnamed Republican donors. Apparently, Trump wasn't able to meet with him one on one because Trump's comment afterwards was that he hopes to arrange such a meeting. And apparently that meeting is about trying to get you on to donate a huge chunk of cash to help the Trump campaign going forward. You know, look, Charlie, you and I have talked about election strategies in the best way. And, you know, one of the things that Trump didn't do in 2016 was waste money on TV ads and he didn't really do it in 2020.

And I tend to agree with that. I feel like you I mean, you brought it up the hundred. How much was wasted on TV ads in Iowa and New Hampshire from DeSantis and Nikki Haley were probably over 100 million dollars. And then South Carolina and then even Super Tuesday yesterday. So, you know, so, yes, we're going to need money. The effort starts now.

It's every single day. We all have to figure out what we can do to help Trump win. But the bigger sort of the bigger thing is, you know, can he bring in Elon Musk?

Will he donate a couple hundred million that Trump or maybe the RNC or maybe some of it makes its way to TP USA so that we can have a ground game, an actual grassroots ground game in the seven states? I mean, I put up something last night, Decision Desk. This got lost everywhere. This was yesterday.

The Citizen Desk made a major update. They now predict a popular vote of tie, essentially, but a Trump almost landslide in the Electoral College. I think it was 312 to 226 Trump winning. And that's based on his winning five of the seven swing states. So as you identified early in our conversations a year ago on air, it's all about really seven or eight counties in seven states. And that is what is going to determine it. So I'll throw it back to you.

But from your question about how all we have is a nominee, you're absolutely correct. Now let's get to work. Let's put one hundred million into these seven states and let's win this thing. Charlie, I'm ready to win.

I love it. Citizen Kane and we need to we need to start to consolidate the support, deploy the resources. And we're currently hiring. That's what we're doing.

Turning Point Action TP Action Dotcom. Kane, here are 10 positive things that have happened in the last couple of weeks. Number one, Texas is standing up to the feds. Number two, we have new leadership coming into the RNC. Number three, Trump's dominance in the primaries. Number four, McConnell stepping down. Number five, Nikki Haley's dropping out. Number six, the Supreme Court nine nothing ballot ruling. Seven, polling continues to build. Eight, Fannie Willis's case implodes. Nine, Jack Smith cases is delayed. And number 10, House blocked Ukraine funding. It's not all bad news, Mr. Kane.

No, it is not. And I'm going to add to your list. I'm busy scrolling down the stack to find when I was was pitching out the positive the positive stuff. Here we go. So here's victory still to come, Charlie.

We've got SCOTUS likely to side with Fisher and Fisher versus United States and throw out that cook cooked up Enron J6 obstruction charge against Trump and the 300 fellow political dissidents. So that's another positive that we have to look forward to. You know, Charlie, I was listening and watching what TPUSA does on college campuses is so incredibly important. There's a story in the stack about how Democrats, you know, have it on a thousand campuses.

And I mentioned TPUSA. I certainly hope that you guys have an active chapter at UVA, University of Virginia, where I may or may not have graduated from. I'd like to talk about UVA for a quick second. You may have seen the story in the stack, but Open Secrets has a report out showing that UVA, which is not a huge school.

All right. I want people to understand it's 10,000 undergraduate students. It is the state school, the University of Virginia, excuse me, of the state of Virginia. And they are spending 20 million dollars on two hundred and thirty five DEI positions every single year, 20 million a year. Thomas Jefferson is rolling over in his grave.

It's it's insane. And I would invite people to sort of just type in UVA DEI, open the books and you'll get the story on that. And I thought of it because you're talking about all the great work that you guys are doing on hundreds of campuses. And you talked about Hillsdale being the new Harvard. You know, I'll tell a little personal story. When I was graduating high school, I got into Harvard and Stanford and I turned both of them down to go to UVA because of Thomas Jefferson, because I was obsessed with the guy and and how he built this university, you know, from he was up on Monticello, like 20 miles away, looking down with this telescope and watching the architects and making sure that they were constructing it in, you know, in the way that he that he imagined. So he built this living, breathing, teaching, studying university, what the academic village of Charlottesville. And to see where it is now, it's a disgrace.

And and I'm going to throw it back to you, because that's all I had for that. No, it is it is remarkable. And University of Virginia used to be one of America's greatest institutions. And the stories right there on the stack,, I want to emphasize one of the stories here, Cain. You've been following it closely. Fannie Willis, we're waiting for a judge's decision here. Trump's ability to navigate, dodge the lawfare is remarkable. Final thoughts, Cain?

Yeah, it is remarkable. We didn't I mean, you and I have been talking about this for so long. So the interesting stuff that people should know from the last 48 hours is, well, somehow Nathan Wade got the garage door opener for the condo that Fannie Willis was living in. What before they were supposedly together.

So that came out yesterday. He had that garage door opener, but they obviously weren't in a relationship. And then we have the Cobb County DA, the district attorney from a neighboring county, has petitioned. Well, the Trump lawyers petitioned through an affidavit. She has personal evidence that throws into doubt Nathan Wade's testimony. So Trump has been able to navigate them all. Let's look at it.

The only one that sort of hasn't been knocked down is Alvin Bragg, right? That's starting at the end of this month. And that's the most ridiculous case of all, right? They're trying to turn an election, an FEC election complaint into a criminal charge, into a felony. It can't be done. Now, he may get away with it, but we both know that's going to be thrown out.

All right. Well, so we've got that and we've got Jack Smith on the ropes. Jack Smith is on the ropes for two reasons, not just immunity, but the two obstruction charges. So both of those decisions by the Supreme Court are not coming down until June. So it's looking good. He's sliding through.

He's Nelson Mandela. And we're going to win all seven swing states with the help of TPUSA. From your your lips to God's ears. Thank you so much, Kane, for the support. Citizen Free Press dot com.

Check it out. Thanks so much. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email us as always. Freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thanks so much for listening and God bless.
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