G. Edward Griffin: What Does It Mean to Be “Redpilled?”

Maybe you have heard about someone being “redpilled,” but what does that really mean?

G. Edward Griffin, the prolific author of The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, joined Alex Newman on The Sentinel Report live from the Red Pill Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, to talk about being “redpilled” and much more. 

To watch more episodes of The Sentinel Report, visit Lindell TV.

In the news, Alex covers:

1–Judge sides with Trump on a protective order, handing Jack Smith an early defeat.

A federal judge on Friday sided with Donald Trump, rejecting a request from Special Counsel Jack Smith for a protective order that would have imposed some speech restrictions on the former president as he runs in the 2024 election. 

U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan ruled prosecutors did not meet the burden for the protective order but also put Trump on notice that he will have to be careful about what he says and releases about the case. 

“Mr. Trump, like any American, has a right to free speech,” Chutkan said. “But that right is not absolute.” 

Smith had requested the protective order last Friday after Trump posted to TRUTH Social, saying, “IF YOU GO AFTER ME, I’M COMING AFTER YOU!” 

The Trump campaign said the social media message was aimed at political interest groups and not witnesses in his case. 

2–An Austrian girl was arrested for telling UK officer she looked like lesbian.

3–On Tuesday, America First Legal filed a lawsuit against Target Corporation on behalf of shareholder Brian Craig. The lawsuit alleges that the Minneapolis-based corporation misled shareholders about its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) mandates, causing shareholders to lose billions of dollars in market share. 

Craig and America First allege that Target only considered far-left investors when it began marketing LGBT clothing, including swimwear, to children in May as part of its “Pride” celebration. The resulting backlash included a boycott of Target stores, which resulted in a market cap loss of nearly $16 billion. 

“Target’s management has misled investors, assuring them that the corporation oversees social and political issues and risks to protect shareholders, when behind closed doors, it works for its extremist hard-left ‘stakeholders’ at the expense of its customers and shareholders,” a press release from America First said. 

More specifically, “Target embraced the radical transgender agenda with its children-and-family-themed ‘Pride’ marketing and sales campaign; the corporation’s infamous ‘Pride’ collection included clothing for young children with rainbow Mickey Mouse symbols, LGBT-themed bibs and onesies for babies, and ‘tuck-friendly’ bathing suits for ‘transgender women.'” 

According to Stephen Miller, the former Donald Trump aide who founded America First Legal, Target has run afoul of federal law with its commitment to ESG ideals. 

“America First Legal is SUING Target in federal court for violating the Securities Exchange Act after destroying shareholder value by pushing sexual propaganda to kids,” Miller tweeted. 

4–Fake conservative and CNN contributor Jonah Goldberg claims that small donors are a problem.

5–Sen. Ron Johnson says COVID and tyranny were preplanned by elites. We just interviewed him for TNA. Check it out.

6–Wash Examiner: Exclusive: The Environmental Protection Agency in Joe Biden’s first two years as president has quietly steered over double the amount in taxpayer-backed payouts to liberal climate activists and other groups than in President Donald Trump’s four-year term combined. 

Trump EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt issued a 2017 memo vowing to end “sue and settle,” which involves groups challenging the government on aligned issues, followed by agencies ending disputes and approving rules they may be unable to push through Congress. The EPA under Biden, which revoked the memo, spent over $6.9 million in 2021 and 2022 on attorneys’ fees for settlements with largely environmental groups under the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species Acts, whereas agency payouts were $3.6 million for Trump and $5.7 million during Barack Obama’s second presidential term, records reveal. 

7–The Biden White House pressured the Pakistani government to remove PM Imran Khan last year over his neutrality stance on Ukraine, The Intercept reported on Wednesday, citing a secret diplomatic cable obtained from a Pakistani military source. The cable documents a meeting between US State Department officials and Pakistan’s ambassador to the US on March 7, 2022. “People here and in Europe are quite concerned about why Pakistan is taking such an aggressively neutral position” on Ukraine, US Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Donald Lu warns his Pakistani counterpart in the cable, blaming the PM alone for the offending policy. Immediately following Khan’s ouster, Pakistan reversed its neutrality on Ukraine, demonstrating its fealty to Washington by supplying copious amounts of weapons to Kiev. Its military was reportedly rewarded with a defense pact covering “joint exercises, operations, training, basing and equipment.” 

While polls have suggested Khan would easily win an election were he permitted to run again, he was sentenced to three years in prison last week on corruption charges, blocking him from contesting elections expected to take place this year. He has been charged with numerous crimes since his ouster, from insulting state officials to terrorism, and last month it was announced he would be prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act for revealing the contents of the cable documenting the conspiracy to oust him.

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