TN Drug Runners Die In Texas Shootout, Violent Threats From Pro-Hamas, TWRA Overstepping Constitutional Bounds & 4 More Big 7 Stories!

• Threats From “Pro-Hamas Thugs”
• Tennessee Drug Runners Die In Texas Shootout
• TWRA Overstepping Constitutional Bounds
• TN Governor Stalked By “Trans Man”
• Challenge To Tennessee’s Anti-CRT Law
• Protecting Kids From Cyber Crimes

& More in the Big 7 Weekend Update!

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Appeals Court Rules Tennessee Wildlife Officers’ Warrantless Searches Of Private Property Are Unconstitutional

In A Blistering And Unanimous Opinion, Judges Called TWRA’s Legal Defense Of Its Warrantless Forays Onto Private Property A “Disturbing Assertion Of Power On Behalf Of Government.”

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Bill Filed To Legalize Hunting “Baited Areas” On Private Property In Tennessee

With January Right Around The Corner Tennessee Lawmakers Are Preparing For The 2024 Legislative Session, Including Rep. Bryan Richey Who Has Already Filed A Bill To Allow Individuals To Hunt Over Bait On Private Land.

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TWRA Officer Accused Of $60K Worth Of Gas Purchases On State’s Credit

An Officer For The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Is Facing Charges Of Misconduct And Theft Of Property After Being Accused Of Charging At Least $60,000 Worth Of Gasoline On A State Fuel Card Over 13 Years, According To An Indictment.

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Former TWRA Biologist Says The Agency Manipulated Data On Deer Disease

A State Biologist Claims He Was Confronted In His Home By Law Enforcement Officers With The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency On The Same Day He Sent His Boss’s Superiors Evidence That The State Was Falsifying Data On Wildlife Diseases.

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Master Falconer Sues TWRA Officers After Seizure Of Raptors, Sweeping Home Search

A Master Falconer Has Filed Suit Against Three Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Law Enforcement Officers, Alleging Her Constitutional Rights Were Violated When They Unlawfully Seized 13 Birds Of Prey, Phone, Computer, Video And Other Records From Her Nashville Home In 2022 — An Action A Criminal Court Judge Called “Egregious,” “An Abuse Of The Law” And “Malicious Prosecution.”

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Appeals Panel Hears Arguments Regarding Constitutionality Of Game Warden Searches Without Warrant

On Tuesday, A Panel Of Three Judges Heard Arguments On Whether A Tennessee Law That Allows Game Wardens To Search Private Property Without A Warrant Is Constitutional.

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Constitutional Rights, Rated Lee, Christmas Plans & Lawmakers Didn’t Know? – Brandon Lewis On The Alex Abernathy Show

Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss How A Benton County Circuit Court Ruled In Favor Of Two Landowners Who Found Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Cameras On Their Property. They Go On To Discuss The Cato Institute Giving Tennessee Governor Bill Lee A ‘D’ Grade For Spending And Taxing Policies And How TN Legislators Allegedly Didn’t Know About The Child Mutilations Going On At Vanderbilt. They Discuss How Nashville Will Get A Drag Queen Christmas This Year But No Traditional Christmas Parade And Close By Discussing How A TN Court Has Ruled In Favor Of 2nd Amendment Rights For Public Housing Tenants.

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