Hannah Bleau

Articles by Hannah Bleau

Incoming Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Said the 2016 Election Was ‘Stolen’

Incoming White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre once said that the 2016 election, which saw former President Donald Trump besting Hillary Clinton, was “stolen” — a claim that is ironic, given the fact that Democrats routinely dismiss questions regarding malfeasance in the 2020 presidential election.


National Gas Price Average Hits Another Record High

The national gas price average hit another record high on Thursday as the Biden administration continues to worsen the situation, canceling oil and gas lease sales in Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico while continuing to blame the current state of affairs on oil and gas companies and ignoring President Biden’s day one assault on American energy independence. 

The sign shows gas prices outside a gas station in Washington DC on March 10, 2022. - Gas prices in the US reached record highs again with the average price per gallon reaching $4.318 according to the American Automobile Association. US consumer prices saw their biggest annual increase in more …

Vulnerable Democrats Panicking Ahead of Midterms, Urge Leadership to Act

Vulnerable Democrats are panicking ahead of the midterm elections, as President Biden’s economy and supply chain crisis continue to hit Americans hard. Behind the scenes, they are urging Democrat leadership to take action to soften the blow as they worry over the looming possibility of a political bloodbath come November. 

Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-Va., gestures during a rally for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe in Richmond, Va., Friday, Oct. 15, 2021. McAuliffe will face Republican Glenn Youngkin in the November election. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Exclusive – Veteran Entrepreneur Colin Wayne Says Biden’s Economy Taking Toll on Small Business: ‘It’s Worse than I’ve Ever Seen It’

Colin Wayne — a veteran, entrepreneur, and founder of Redline Steel, described by host Alex Marlow as a “made-in-America success story” — spoke to Breitbart News Daily about his background and beliefs, and his struggles as a small business owner in President Biden’s America, stressing the importance of the “silent majority” speaking out.

courtesy of Colin Wayne

Democrat Opponents Fail to Come Close to Ron DeSantis’s $143 Million War Chest

Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried (D), both of whom are vying to take on Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in the Sunshine State’s gubernatorial race, fall significantly behind in terms of campaign dollars, as their figures pale in comparison to the incumbent governor’s $143 million war chest. 

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at Miami's Freedom Tower, Monday, May 9, 2022, in Miami. DeSantis approved two bills, one establishing November 7 as "Victims of Communism Day" and another bill to rename roads across the state for notable Cubans. The governor also announced that he will approve $25 million …

San Jose City Workers Forced to Mask Up Again

Officials are forcing city workers in San Jose, California, to mask up on the job yet again out of an “abundance of caution” as the country as a whole continues to move in the direction of pre-pandemic normalcy. 

A man wearing an American flag mask directs traffic at a construction site in Chelsea on August 17, 2020 in New York. - Since the start official restart of construction in New York City workers have access to increased worksite hygiene as well as enhanced health screening requirements. (Photo by …

Target Collaborates with ‘Queer-Owned’ Brand to Sell Chest Binders

Target stores, which are no stranger to political controversy, are wading in the waters yet again, collaborating with what has been described as “queer-owned” brands to assist in normalizing radical transgender ideology by selling chest binders — apparel to flatten women’s chests.

A Target store is seen on August 19, 2020 in Miami, Florida. The company announced record-setting sales growth online and at established stores over the past three months causing Target shares to go up by more than 12%. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Exclusive — David McCormick Says ‘No’ Hard Feelings Against Trump After Attack

Pennsylvania Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Dave McCormick said he has no hard feelings against former President Trump after the president criticized him during Friday night’s rally, and vowed to continue to fight for American First policies and give Trump all the credit he deserves for pointing America in the right direction.

Dave McCormick, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, meets with attendees during a campaign event in Coplay, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, January 25, 2022.