Sgt. Brandon Mendoza Honored in Congressional Record

Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza reacts to Rep. Andy Biggs reading her son, Sgt. Brandon Mendoza, into the congressional record on the anniversary of his death at the hands of an illegal alien.

“When has there ever been legislation brought in Congress in support for victims of illegal aliens crimes?” Mendoza said. “Andy Biggs surprised me on the seventh anniversary of Brandon’s death…that he needed to be honored.”


Visit: Sgt. Brandon Mendoza Memorial

Listen to Mary Ann Mendoza’s podcast: The Illegal Angle

The Indispensables

Patrick K. O’Donnell joins War Room on his new book The Indispensables, out today.

The book tells the boots on the ground stories of the American Revolution and shines light on the heroic Marbleheaders regiment that helped Gen. Washington cross the Delaware.

Get the book: The Indispensables: The Diverse Soldier-Mariners Who Shaped the Country, Formed the Navy, and Rowed Washington Across the Delaware

Washington’s Most Consequential Decision Never Written About

Patrick O’Donnell reveals the most consequential decision made by Gen. George Washington that was never written about — until now.

Bannon says many don’t realize the American revolution was also a civil war. O’Donnell explains the painstaking research for The Indispensables, which took 5 years.

6 Months Later, Still No Chain of Custody in GA

Michael Patrick Leahy, of Star News, reveals six months later there are still no chain of custody documents for over 330,000 ballots in Georgia.

This includes nearly 19,000 in Fulton County — in an election decided by less than 12,000 votes.

“We are doing the job that Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger should have done,” Leahy said. “We went to each of the 159 counties.”

Six Months After the 2020 Election, Fulton County Has Failed to Produce Chain of Custody Documents for 18,901 Absentee Ballots Placed in Drop Boxes


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