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Endangered Florida Governor Rick Scott just can’t help himself when it comes to dodging a simple question about his latest scandal. Watch as he ducks a question 4 times in 60 seconds, choosing instead to stick to his talking points. He can’t even answer a question about how he won’t answer a question. Local and national media could hardly believe what they were seeing.

Scott is keen to remind you that he is “very appreciative” though. Amazing.

Video courtesy of American Bridge 21st Century.

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Marchers at January 22 anti-vaccination demonstration in Washington, D.C>

Back when it was first gaining traction in the 1990s, the anti-vaccination movement was largely considered a far-left thing, attracting believers ranging from barter-fair hippies to New Age gurus and their followers to “holistic medicine” practitioners. And it largely remained that way … until 2020 and the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.

As this Sunday’s “Defeat the Mandates” march in Washington, D.C., however, showed us, there’s no longer anything even remotely left-wing about the movement. Populated with Proud Boys and “Patriot” militiamen, QAnoners and other Alex Jones-style conspiracists who blithely indulge in Holocaust relativism and other barely disguised antisemitism, and ex-hippies who now spout right-wing propaganda—many of them, including speakers, encouraging and threatening violence—the crowd at the National Mall manifested the reality that “anti-vaxxers” now constitute a full-fledged far-right movement, and a potentially violent one at that.

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