Three Nashvillians Plead Guilty To Smuggling Drugs For Mexican Cartel

Earlier This Month, Three People From Nashville Entered A Guilty Plea For Smuggling Millions Of Dollars Worth Of Drugs. The Trio Moved Fentanyl And Heroin Into Texas And Then On To Various Other U.S. Cities On Behalf Of A Mexican Drug Cartel. The Group Was Responsible For Making The Trip From The Border With The Drugs Multiple Times To Their Final Stop In Tennessee Before They Were Arrested.

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Democrats Are Gambling With Tennessean’s Safety (Marsha Blackburn Op-Ed)

While The Biden Administration Keeps Busy Sabotaging Border Patrol And Local Law Enforcement, American Communities Are Falling Apart. Murder Rates Are At A 25-Year High, And Violent Crime As A Whole – Including Rape, Robbery, And Aggravated Assault Offenses – Are Similarly Spiking. What We Are Seeing Across The Country Is A Ripple Effect Of The Lawlessness Along The Southern Border. In The Volunteer State, Folks Are Worried About How Joe Biden’s Actions Will Make Their Communities More Dangerous.

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Fentanyl Use And Overdoses On The Rise In Chattanooga

According To Chattanooga Police, Fentanyl Use Has Increased In A Significant Way Over The Last Few Years. This Means The Number Of Fatal Drug Overdoses Is Also On The Rise.

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Illegal Immigration Surge Helped Fuel U.S. Drug Overdose Spike

Drug Overdoses Spiked Last Year Alongside A Significant Rise In Illegal Immigration, Raising Questions About How The Increased Traffic At The Border Could Be Leading To More Drug Deaths.

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U.S. House Conservatives Ready Law-And-Order Agenda Ahead Of Midterms

Crime Is On The Rise Around The Country, The Midterm Elections Are Fast Approaching, And The Largest Bloc Of House Conservatives Is Preparing A Comprehensive Package Of Law-And-Order Legislation.

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14 Attorney Generals Demand DHS Secretary Resign Over Border Crisis

Fourteen Republican Attorneys General, Led By Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, Have Called On Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas To Resign.

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Science, Politics And Football

What Did We Learn In 2021? I Hope We Have Learned That Politicians And The Big Tech Oligarchs Are As Untrustworthy As The Media. Adam Schiff, Zuckerberg And CNN Are Obvious Examples. However, There Are Good People In The Media And In Washington. All Is Not Lost, And I Am Optimistic About Our Country. America Has Gone Through Far Worse Times Than We Are Currently Experiencing. President Trump’s Thanksgiving Message Gave Me Hope. He Said, “Do Not Worry, We Will Be Great Again – And We Will Do It Altogether.” Great Words Of Encouragement By A True Leader.

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Narrative Manipulation And Awakening From The Fog of War

In 2021, Our Lives Dramatically Changed. The Deliberate Manipulation By The Media And “Experts” Across The Globe To Promote Fear And The Suppression Of Dissenting Opinions From The Approved Narrative, Can Be Clearly Seen For What It Is – The Fog Of War. Although It May Have Taken Two Years, The Momentum Is Swinging. Slowly You See Many People From All Walks Of Life, Awakening From The “Fog” They Have Been In All This Time. From The Media Backtracking And The Parents Recognizing The Programming Of Their Children In Government Run Schools, The Yearning Of The Return To Conservative Principles Is Palpable.

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The Tennessee Conservative’s Big 7 Weekend Update 12.23.21

1) Tennessee Sued Over Secretive Pandemic Report
2) Sullivan County Educator Fired for Teaching CRT Pushes for Reinstatement
3) Potential Saudi Terrorist Captured By Border Patrol
4) Record Amount Of Fentanyl Seized, Now Cited As #1 Killer Of Americans Ages 18-45
5) SCOTUS To Hear Challenges To Biden Mandates In Early January
6) Tennessee Joins Lawsuit Against Head Start Mandates
7) Judges Rule Masks Still Required In Knox County Schools

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Record Amount Of Fentanyl Seized, Now Cited As #1 Killer Of Americans Ages 18-45

Authorities In Arizona Seized $9 Million Worth Of Fentanyl Pills In The State’s Largest Bust Of The Illicit Drug – Enough, They Said, To Kill Half The Population Of Arizona. Fentanyl Now Cited As The Leading Cause Of Death Among Americans Between The Ages Of 18 And 45.

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