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(Chuck Muth) – After Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene (R-GA) was permanently kicked off Twitter a couple days ago, President Donald Trump wrote…

“Everbody should drop off of Twitter and Facebook.  They’re boring, have only a Radical Left point of view, and are hated by everyone.  They are a disgrace to our Nation.  Keep fighting, Marjorie!”

To that end, I’ve been on GETTR since October (thank you, Courtney Holland, for the recommendation).  And they issued this statement on Monday…

“GETTR just reached another amazing milestone of 230K+ sign ups in ONE DAY! It is our biggest day since LAUNCH! …

“GETTR was created to combat political censorship and give back freedom of speech to online users. We offer a platform to share diverse ideas while being safe from Big Tech overreach! …

“We work day in and day out to make sure that our platform meets all of your social media needs. We NEVER ban users for their personal beliefs.”

Follow me there @chuckmuth.

Come on in; the water’s fine!

Muth’s Truths

The opening sentence in a recent New York Times “fake news” article begins with, “The current battle over voting rights…”

Total BS.  There’s no such battle.  No LEGAL citizen of the United States is being barred from voting. Period.


In another (stupid) effort to stop the unstoppable COVID virus, Quebec issued a curfew on its people who were “forbidden to be outside your home or property between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.” on New Year’s Eve.

Because, as the “science” apparently says, COVID wouldn’t attack you between 5:01 a.m. and 9:59 pm. Smartest virus in history!

The Smell of Fear

“We really didn’t want to email you about this but we failed to hit our fundraising goal.” – Laxalt Finance Department, 1/1/22

Election ’22 Update

As expected, Assemblywoman Annie Black has officially tossed her bonnet into the GOP primary for Nevada’s 4th Congressional District.

If they stay in the race (they shouldn’t), she’ll square off against Sam Peters, Tony Lane and Jessie Vargas for the Republican nomination and a shot at Democrat incumbent Rep. Steve Horsford in the general election.

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  2. Picking the wrong district
  3. Picking the wrong issues
  4. Picking the wrong time
  5. Picking the wrong consultants
  6. Picking unnecessary fights with the media
  7. Picking door-knocking over fundraising

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“I got gas today for $2.35.  Unfortunately, it was at Taco Bell.” – Parvaze Bashir

“By the end of this year, Twitter will be irrelevant and will lose its grip on American politics. … The sun is setting on Twitter.” – Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA)

“Here’s the difference between the right and the left: Even if one of our political opponents was banned from Twitter, the right would still be calling out the censorship and attack on free speech.” – Courtney Holland

“America is sick of hearing about Black grievance and gripes when catastrophe cities like Baltimore and Atlanta are Black-American run and controlled…” – Mike Zahara, WatchDog Wag

“Let’s go Brandon. I agree!” – President Joe Biden, 12/24/21

Mr. Muth is president of Citizen Outreach, publisher of Nevada News & Views and blogs at


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