How I’m Voting & Why! Taxpayer Abuse, Drag Denied, Unreported Violations, Propaganda 4 Kids, Election Integrity Castigation, Failing Public Schools + More! – The TennCon Big 7!

In This Special Edition Of The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Digest, Brandon Lewis Talks About Who Is Getting His Vote For Governor And Why. He Also Reveals How He Is Going To Vote On Tennessee’s 4 Proposed Constitutional Amendments… Followed By Our Biggest 7 Stories Of The Week!

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Why I’m Not Voting For Bill Lee…(Op-Ed)

Please Read This Op-Ed Until The Very End Before Leaving Your Comments. First, I Voted For Bill Lee 4- Years Ago Because He Made Me 10 Promises. What He Called The “10 For Tenn” Campaign Promises. In This Op-Ed, I Will List Those Publicly-Made Promises And Let You Make Up Your Own Mind. Did He Deliver? Or Did He Lie About His Intentions To Get Elected? Second, I Am A Conservative – Not A Republican. We Have Lots Of “Republicans” In Nashville And In Our State Party, Few Conservatives. Here Are The Promises Of Bill Lee. He Said He Would…

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CDC Pays TN Schools To Go Woke, Lawmakers Didn’t Know, TWRA Invades Privacy, 2nd Amendment Rights, Lee Rated “D”, Corporate Welfare + More! – The TennCon Big 7!

#1 – Tennessee’s Two Largest Public School Districts Received CDC Grants For Gay-Straight Alliance Clubs
#2 – TN Rep Responds To Claims That Legislators Refused To Take Action On “Gender Affirming” Surgeries At Vanderbilt
#3 – Judge Rules In Favor Of Landowners In TWRA Camera Lawsuit
#4 – TN Court Rules In Favor Of Second Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants
#5 – TN Governor Bill Lee Given ‘D’ Grade By Cato Institute For Spending, Taxing Policies
#6 – Memphis To Ask Tennessee Taxpayers For $350M As Part Of $684M Sports Arena Projects
#7 – Drag Queen Christmas For Nashville But No Christmas Parade

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TN Court Rules In Favor Of Second Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants

A Three-Judge Panel In The Tennessee Court Of Appeals Unanimously Ruled On Thursday To Protect The Second Amendment Rights Of Those Living In Public Housing.

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The World Of The Left Is Like A Well-Used Litter Box (Op-Ed)

We Must Act, Where Our Power Is Strongest And Most Effective – Our Local Communities. Local Action Is Not An Option. It Is A Requirement Of A Free People. Stand Up For Your Rights, Or “You Will Have Nothing And Like It.” If You Think Things Already Stink To High Heaven In DC, Just Wait. If Nobody Cleans And Disinfects The Federal Litter Box Soon, Lady Liberty Will Be Asphyxiated, And Her Light Will Be Extinguished Forever. Politicians Will Always Need To Keep A Litter Box Handy, For Hiding Their Crap. It’s Just The Nature Of The Beast. We Just Need To Remember It’s There, And Keep It As Clean As Possible, To Allow Freedom To Flourish In Fresh Air. Not Trying To Be Catty. Just Sayin’…

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TN Attorney General Leads 20 State Coalition In Filing Comment On HHS Proposed Redefinition Of Sex To Include Gender Identity

In His Comments To Health And Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, General Skrmetti Notes That The Department’s Proposed Redefinition Of “Sex” To Include “Gender Identity” Would Deviate From The Language Of The Statute, Promote Sex-Based Discrimination, Threaten Constitutional Rights, And Create Unnecessary Obstacles For Healthcare Providers.

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Tennessee, Montana Lead State Coalition Against Banks, Credit Card Companies Tracking and Monitoring Firearm Purchases

Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Along With Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen Is Leading A Coalition Of 24 States Alerting The Chief Executive Officers Of Three Major Credit Card Companies That The Recent Creation Of A Merchant Category Code For The Processing Of Firearms Purchases From Gun Stores Is Potentially A Violation Of Consumer Protection And Antitrust Laws.

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TN Attorney General Leads Multi-State AG Coalition In Opposition To Proposed Title IX Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Objected To The U.S. Department Of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations In A Formal Comment Letter Joined By Nineteen Other State Attorneys General.

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