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RNC Fact-Checked, Lies and Damn Lies, Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers

The Democrats and their media allies were in hyper-drive last week performing their "due diligence" (cough!) fact-checking the 2020 Republican National Convention. Many networks were doing so live during the convention coverage and even posting disclaimers, something they chose not to do during the Democrat National Convention. How bad was it? Bad enough for the world news outlets to take note of the double standard and aggressive mission, that is how bad. A lie is a demonstrable false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive. Unfortunately, the media conglomerates in our country run a scam known as "Verify," which is a uniformed fact-checking document distributed to all media syndication, newspapers, and local Television stations, so it is rare to find any

RNC Convention Week Summary: See Daily Summaries and Links to Videos

Republican National Convention 2020

After four nights of the 2020 Republican National Convention, there can no longer be any question - this is not your father's Country Club Establishment GOP anymore. This is the Trump Republican party now. Finally, GOP voters saw why they vote conservative represented in "The American Story's" reflection. God-Family-Country Defend Constitutional Rights Sanctity of Life Strong Military and Peace Through Strength Border Security and Law and Order Equal Opportunity and Equal Liberty and Justice For All Limited Government and Fiscal Responsibility School Choice and Strong Work Ethic American Exceptionalism and Divine Providence No longer the cowering to political correctness or special interests like The Chamber of Commerce and uni-party think tanks whose focus groups dictated a water-downed version of Conservatism for the leftist and media consumption. The Reagan "bold colors

RNC Convention Key Takeaways, Day 4

The 2020 Republican National Convention capped off their four-night "talk" with Americans with the theme "Land of Greatness." A recap of all nightly themes is as follows: "Land of Promise," "land of Opportunity," "Land of Heroes," and ending on "Land of Greatness." Sorry media and Democrat allies but the Republican party loves and defends its country and its people, and just spent the last week heralding so. Any narrative that the Republicans painted a dark, dystopian, depressing, non-unifying vision is spin and not truthful. Night four was flawless in execution and frankly dazzling. The locations remained the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium for the podium speeches, The South Lawn and exterior of the White House, and additional video montages that were slick

RNC Convention Key Takeaways, Day 3

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Thematically, The 2020 Republican Convention is constructing an American Arc starting with "The Land of Promise" then "The Land of Opportunity," and on night three, it is "The Land of Heroes." President Trump and the GOP are making the case that to achieve the promise of the American dream and utilize one's opportunities, the Republic must defend and protect these principles and the citizens who exercise them.  The third night was the best visually with seamless transitions and dramatic music and video montages to punctuate the importance of the moment. The locations remained the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium for podium speeches, and exterior White House images and DC monuments as backdrops. But it was Vice President Pence's locale that made you

RNC Convention Key Takeaways, Day 2

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The GOP chose to build on their first night's theme, "Land of Promise," and rolled out the theme "Land of Opportunity" for night two of the Republican Convention. Visually, night two of four was essentially the same using the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium and the White House interiors and gardens as a stage. There were montages, especially the Vice President's one, where we see interviews taking place in different locations around the country. Additionally, a speech delivered on Navajo land, Shiprock New Mexico, with stunning scenery that takes your breath away.  There were less smooth transitions tonight and, some edits were glitchy. The most noticeable issue was when Nick Sandmann spoke from the Lincoln Memorial and, the ambient sound from visitors bled through

RNC Convention Key Takeaways, Day 1

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Land of Promise was the theme for the first night of the 2020 Republican Convention. Visually, night one of four was dynamic and flowed from one speaker to another with smooth transitions and attractive backdrops like the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium and the White House. Time-wise, it did not drag rather moved at a fast pace. Stylistically there was high energy and real "Feels" as each person shared their stories live. They limited the number of video montages, but the ones chosen were informative, optimistic, inspirational, and offered powerful messages. Despite the virus restrictions, the RNC managed to deliver high production value for the first night and message discipline. Day Session: A few hundred gathered in Charlotte, NC (COVID restrictions) in the official