Mark McCloskey, St. Louis man who defended home from BLM, announces Senate run to stop Biden’s ‘socialism’

Mark McCloskey, St. Louis man who defended home from BLM, announces Senate run to stop Biden’s ‘socialism’

‘People are sick of cancel culture, critical race theory and the big lie of systemic racism’, candidate says.

By Charles Creitz | Fox News

Mark McCloskey announces Senate run

St. Louis attorney seeks to replace retiring Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo.

A St. Louis attorney who famously defended his home from Black Lives Matter protesters who broke into his neighborhood announced his bid for U.S. Senate on Tuesday, telling “Tucker Carlson Tonight” he will defend Missourians the same way he defended his wife and family.

Mark McCloskey, who alongside wife Patricia, was pictured last year wielding a rifle and a handgun respectively when Black Lives Matter demonstrators ingressed toward their property, told host Tucker Carlson that the confrontation may have been a message in itself.

“God came knocking on my door disguised as an angry mob. It really did wake me up,” he said.

“As I campaigned for [Donald Trump], and we’ve continued to do rallies and events supporting our constitutional rights, what I’ve learned is that the people are sick and tired of cancel culture – and the poison of critical race theory and the big lie of systemic racism.”

McCloskey said he wanted to correct widespread claims he is or was a Democrat, and told Carlson he has always been Republican, but not necessarily overtly political.

St. Louis Attorney targeted by BLM mob announces Senate run


“People are sick of it, they don’t want any more posers or egotists going to D.C. All we hear is talk. Nothing ever changes,” he said. 

“It seemed to me that people have to stand up. Each and every one of us needs to stands up and say we are not sheep, we are a free people.”

On the day some states like Pennsylvania were holding municipal and judicial elections, McCloskey added that people need to be active in politics “at every level from the school board” on up through borough council, state and federal offices.

“You have to send people to D.C. that are willing to tell the truth and fight for our freedom regardless what have it costs you personally, economically, or socially,” he added.

“If we don’t stand up now and take this country back, it’s going away. We used to talk about the erosion of our civil liberties… [S]ince [the Biden] administration took over there has been the wholesale slaughter of our civil liberties and institution of what can’t be called anything but socialism.”

McCloskey slammed Biden for instituting “socialist” policies in the form of federal payments to Americans that he and other critics say encourage them to stay home rather than seek the millions of job openings in struggling small businesses nationwide.

“Our president says, ‘gee, I don’t think that’s taking place’. Everything is nonsense. Everything is upside down. It’s time to straighten things back up.”

McCloskey joins former Gov. Eric Greitens in the Republican field seeking to keep Sen. Roy Blunt’s seat in GOP hands after he retires at the end of his term in 2022.

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Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott speaks during a campaign rally by US President Donald Trump at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, October 22, 2018.

Texas Bans Mask Mandates For Local Governments And Public Schools

By Charlotte Pence Bond

May 18, 2021 SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images

Republican Governor Greg Abbott of Texas issued an executive order on Tuesday that will ban local governments and schools from requiring face masks.

The executive order stated that:

No government entity, including a county, city, school district, and public health authority, and no governmental official may require any person to wear a face covering or to mandate that another person wear a face covering; provided, however, that: 

a.state supported living centers, government-owned hospitals, and government-operated hospitals may continue to use appropriate policies regarding the wearing of face coverings; and 

b.the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, and any county and municipal jails acting consistent with guidance by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards may continue to use appropriate policies regarding the wearing of face coverings. 

The order goes on to state that public schools may continue adhering to current mask policies until June 4, at which point the Texas Education Agency will change its guidance so that “no student, teacher, parent, or other staff member or visitor may be required to wear a face covering.”READER’S PASS

Local governments are also required to end their mask mandates by May 21 and any governments that continue to require mask-wearing could face a fine up to $1,000.

Abbott announced the move in a tweet, saying:

TX is prohibiting mask mandates by gov’t entities. 

Starting May 21, local govts attempting to impose mask mandates can be fined up to $1K. 

We’re also prohibiting public schools from mandating masks after June 4.

Texans, not gov’t, should decide their best health practices.

“The Lone Star state continues to defeat COVID-19 through the use of widely-available vaccines, antibody therapeutic drugs, and safe practices utilized by Texans in our communities,” Abbott said in a press release. “Texans, not government, should decide their best health practices, which is why masks will not be mandated by public school districts or government entities.”

The move comes after Texas reached several milestones over the weekend in its fight against COVID-19, months after President Joe Biden had mocked the state’s reopening strategy as “Neanderthal thinking.”

On Sunday, Abbott announced in a tweet:

Today Texas reported:

*0 Covid related deaths–the only time that’s happened since data was tracked in March, 2020.

*the fewest Covid cases in over 13 months

*the lowest 7-day Covid positivity rate ever

*the lowest Covid hospitalizations in 11 months.

Thanks, Texans!

As The Daily Wire reported, Biden mocked Texas and Mississippi — both run by Republican governors and legislatures — in early March for their decision to lift mask mandates and reopen their economies.

“I think it’s a big mistake,” Biden said to a reporter when asked about the reopening. “Look, I hope everybody’s realized by now these masks make a difference. We are on the cusp of being able to fundamentally change the nature of this disease because of the way in which we’re able to get vaccines in people’s arms. We’ve been able to move that all the way up to the end of May to have enough for every American, to get every adult American to get a shot.”

“The last thing, the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that in the meantime everything’s fine, take off your mask,” Biden continued. “Forget it. It still matters… And it’s critical, critical, critical, critical that they follow the science. Wash your hands, hot water, do it frequently. Wear a mask and stay socially distant. And I know you all know that, I wish the heck some of our elected officials knew it.”

Exposure! Here we go!

From 2003 to 2018 they(CDC) controlled 100% of the cash flow that built the Empire around the industrial complex of Coronavirus…. “

Interesting that John Hopkins (the source of all official Covid19 data in 2020 & 2021) held their third and fourth ever Emergency Preparedness read through in 2018 and 2019.
2018: CladeX “Mock Pandemic that kills 150 Million People”
2019: Event 201 “Coronavirus Pandemic”

‘Those Neanderthals Really Knew What They Were Doing’: Dagen McDowell Mocks Joe Biden As Texas Death Rate Plummets

‘Those Neanderthals Really Knew What They Were Doing’: Dagen McDowell Mocks Joe Biden As Texas Death Rate Plummets

Dagen McDowell appears on"The Five." Screenshot/Fox News

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Fox Business host Dagen McDowell mocked President Joe Biden during a Tuesday segment of “The Five” on Fox News.

McDowell referenced Biden’s criticism of Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott — who he accused of “neanderthal thinking” when he relaxed mask mandates and allowed businesses in his state to reopen at full capacity.

“This is the reason why President Joe said that all 50 states are declaring a decline because he had to wait for the blues to catch up with the reds in his — so he could blur the gaping gulf its success,” cohost Greg Gutfeld began. “The whole country is doing well. He couldn’t just say wow, the reds are doing way better.”

“Those neanderthals really knew what they were doing,” McDowell joked, prompting a laugh from her cohosts. She went on to say that she expected people to treat southerners like they were stupid.

“As a southerner, I completely expect that because people will always underestimate you as think you’re stupid, quite frankly, based on where you are from and the way that you speak,” she said.

McDowell went on to say that she herself would have been more of a “sore winner” than Governor Abbott had been.

“I would have been, you know, doing a little dance, but you get to step back and when you’re right and you start winning, you can just watch their pomposity melt into horror,” McDowell concluded.

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