America and UK Form Dynamic Duo to Protect Strait of Hormuz
Iran’s childish backlash against the world (especially the US) is rooted in its financial insecurity. The troubled nation is dealing with problems like an angry bully on a playground. So, the US and UK have teamed up to promise safe passage to all ships traveling through this highly lucrative waterway.
Meanwhile, countries across the world are attempting to speak on behalf of what the US plans to do. France is among them and Trump is having none of it. He sets the record straight and sets America apart from any falsehoods France may have proclaimed about our intentions with Iran:
Iran is in serious financial trouble. They want desperately to talk to the U.S., but are given mixed signals from all of those purporting to represent us, including President Macron of France….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 8, 2019
McConnell’s Twitter Account Locked; GOP Freezes Funding
Senator Mitch McConnell’s campaigning Twitter account was locked after sharing a video of protestors screaming outside of his house. Though they didn’t directly threaten McConnell’s physical safety, their words showed their true intentions. All of this takes place after McConnell’s shoulder injury.
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) stands against this discrimination by joining fellow Republicans in revoking their funding to Twitter.
Silicon Valley's bias against conservatives has gone on too long. Team Cassidy will not be advertising with Twitter until this is addressed, & stands in solidarity with @Team_Mitch, @NRSC, @GOP & @TeamTrump to hold Twitter accountable for its shameful partisan games #StopTheBias https://t.co/qfDeWoWGtD
— Bill Cassidy, M.D. (@BillCassidy) August 8, 2019
Tech giants want the monopoly on public messaging, but at the end of the day, they need money to run. A mass exodus of funding will hopefully remind Twitter of their responsibility to the public discourse. If Twitter isn’t going to respect the First Amendment, then they shouldn’t receive money for that behavior.
Mark Esper Discusses Strategy With Mongolia and Receives Gift Horse
Mark Esper paid a visit to Mongolia to discuss crucial international policies with its leaders. Mongolia (located between China and Russia) is an extremely strategic country to be on good terms with. Though details of Esper’s proceedings are scarce, the country doesn’t intend to take any strong sides with anyone in particular.
Aside from the diplomatic outcome, this is a visit Esper won’t soon forget. He received a seven-year-old horse as a very generous gift. Esper named the horse Marshall after General George Marshall, the former US Defense Secretary.
Marshall will remain in Mongolia to live a happy life and be there to greet Esper during his next visit. Maybe Esper will ride him, too!
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