What You Need to Know is the Republican Party is inept. Representative Tom Emmer was a paid spokesman for an effort to have a national popular vote, which demonstrates that he’s been caught up in the paid speaking grift for a while. It’s important to be wary of these paid speaking gigs, because these are funded by left-wing wallets that seek to crack open the Constitution. Tom Emmer would not make a good Speaker if he’s willing to speak against the Constitution for money.
Robert Bortins is the CEO of Classical Conversations, the classical Christian homeschool learning curriculum. Robert joins Ed to discuss the effort by the Biden Administration to deport the Romeike family, a German family of homeschoolers. Robert also talks about the state of homeschooling in the United States and the ways in which it is growing, as well as the state of legal protections for the right to homeschool.
Chris Skates, Chemist, former Trump Administration speechwriter, and author of Moonshine Over Georgia, joins Ed to discuss the speaker race and the way that it reflects on Republicans. The Republicans are having lots of difficulty finding some kind of compromise, but it’s important that they get the house in order so that they can start passing effective legislation.
Wrap Up: Support Catherine Engelbrecht, one of the founders of True the Vote and Open.ink. Now, she’s being sued for defamation for the 2000 Mules effort. This is clear and blatant lawfare, and the left’s machine is trying to make her life as difficult as possible, because she is an effective conservative and gets things done.