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From A SCOTUS Assassination Attempt To Threat Of Nuclear War, Here’s 2022 In 6 Minutes


The huge changes to our country that seemed hard to believe were happening in 2021 have only worsened and become the new norm in 2022 — serious crimes get a free pass, millions of illegal immigrants flow across our borders, record national debt and inflation burn away our dollars, and censorship worsens.

This year also included Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, so add the threat of nuclear war to that list of the new awful.

The good news from this year is brief but heartening: Covid-19 seems mostly behind us, Roe v. Wade was overturned, and Elon Musk took ownership of Twitter and is exposing the Big Tech censorship so damaging to our democracy.

Abortion Ruling Brings Uglier Rhetoric — and Violence

Almost 50 years after the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, the ruling was overturned by Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

In an unprecedented series of events, the court’s decision was leaked to the press, demonstrators protested outside justices’ homes, and an armed man was arrested near Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s residence and charged with attempted murder. Pro-abortion zealots attacked dozens of life-saving pregnancy centers and churches. The FBI arrested a pro-life activist at his home.

Extreme Partisanship

The abortion issue exemplified today’s partisanship, but President Joe Biden used his office to further divide our nation, disparaging a huge number of Americans when he said in September: “The Republican Party today is dominated, driven, and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans, and that is a threat to this country.”

This was following up on earlier comments that Trump’s philosophy is “semi-fascist.”

Biden Losing Command on World Stage

Biden also warned of “Armageddon.” On major international flashpoints, his administration walked back many of his panic-inducing comments. He said the U.S. would defend Taiwan should China invade, and

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