Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Rocks CPAC Texas [Video]

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Rocks CPAC Texas [Video]

 Orban Rocks CPAC Texas

“Less Drag Queens, More Chuck Norris”


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has fiercely defended his country’s borders, language and culture, gave a 30-minute speech to a crowd of thousands of American admirers in Dallas on Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

He painted a picture of America and Hungary facing twin fronts in a struggle against liberalism, globalists, communists, and “fake news.”

“The West is at war with itself,” he said, adding “The globalist can all go to hell. I have come to Texas.”

I can already see tomorrow’s headlines: Far-right European racist, anti-Semite strongman — the Trojan horse of Putin — holds speech at the conservative conference,” he said, to applause and laughter. “They did not want me to be here, and they made every effort to drive a wedge between us. They hate me and slander me and my country as they hate you and slander you,” Orban continued.

Orban also railed against illegal migration, saying “To stop illegal immigration, we have actually built that wall,” adding that his government was able to “reduce illegal migration to zero.”

Then, Orban discussed the importance of family and rejecting gender ideology, saying we need to “build a wall around our children” to protect against people who are targeting them.

To sum up, the mother is a woman, the father is a man – and leave our kids alone. Full stop, end of discussion!

He then said we need “less drag queens and more Chuck Norris,” to loud applause.

“These two locations will define the two fronts in the battle being fought for Western civilization,” he said, adding “Today we hold neither of them yet. We need both. You have two years to get ready.”


(TLB) published this article from ZeroHedge as compiled and written by Tyler Durden

Header featured image (edited) credit: Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022. LM Otero/AP

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CPAC Tribute: Andrew Breitbart ‘Knew About Fake News Well Before it Became a Catchphrase’

CPAC Tribute: Andrew Breitbart ‘Knew About Fake News Well Before it Became a Catchphrase’

Andrew Breitbart was ahead of his time, calling out “fake news well before it became a catchphrase,” Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) panel members pointed out during Thursday’s tribute to the late conservative giant.

The panel, “War: A Tribute to Andrew Breitbart,” featured radio host Larry O’Connor, Breitbart News Washington Bureau Chief Matthew Boyle, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, and Turning Point USA founder and president Charlie Kirk, all of whom exchanged stories and discussed the immense impact Andrew had on the conservative movement and the influence he still carries today.

“We started getting these newspapers and websites to retract fake stories, fake news,” O’Connor, who identified his years working with Andrew as the “funnest time I’ve ever had in my entire professional life,” said.

“Andrew knew about fake news well before it became a catchphrase,” he said, as the term “fake news,” hijacked from the left by former President Trump, is now mainstream.

“This actually was the brilliance of Alex Marlow, who is now the editor-in-chief of the Breitbart sites,” O’Connor continued, noting that Marlow was the first person Andrew hired. At the time, O’Connor recalled, Andrew told them to “brand the retractions,” leading to the creation of the byline called “Retracto the Correction Alpaca.”

O’Keefe, bridging Andrew Breitbart’s intensity and sense of humor, recalled how Andrew called and told the him that the mascot for the Retracto theme song was an alpaca.

“We laughed until we cried. I don’t know why, but it was just so random and he was goofy and funny and we laughed until we cried on midnight in February 2010,” O’Keefe said. “That was a pretty amazing moment.”


‘Roe v. Wade’ Filmmaker Nick Loeb Tells Story Behind New Abortion Film

‘Roe v. Wade’ Filmmaker Nick Loeb Tells Story Behind New Abortion Film

Written and directed by Nick Loeb, “Roe v. Wade” releases on Apple TV, Google Play, and other streaming platforms today.

The movie unpacks the battle between Loeb’s character, Dr. Bernard Nathanson, later co-founder of the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws, prior to becoming pro-life, and Dr. Mildred Jefferson, president of the National Right to Life Committee, played by Stacey Dash. This clash of ideologies would culminate in the controversial 1973 landmark abortion decision.

“Roe v. Wade,” which Loeb touts as depicting both sides of the abortion debate, has predictably been lambasted by the legacy media for taking pro-life arguments seriously. Yet the filmmaker says he tried to craft a narrative to genuinely show what happened, and the key players involved. It just happens not to serve the pro-abortion narrative.

After premiering at the Vienna Independent Film Festival in 2020, where actor Jon Voight took home best supporting actor for his performance as Supreme Court Justice Warren E. Burger, “Roe v. Wade” premiered at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February. About 1,500 were in attendance at the event space in Orlando, Florida, limited due to social distancing requirements.

Loeb told The Federalist a little about his aspirations for the film and what it was like behind-the-scenes writing and directing a film about a landmark Supreme Court case that has rarely been touched in the media.

On How He Ended Up Pursuing The Project

“I’ve been involved in the film business for 20 years. I couldn’t believe no one had made a movie on the most famous court case in American history. I assume that is because maybe it was some boring courtroom drama. And when I started digging into it, I realized the lies and manipulation and the craziness that sort of went down, and how it gets to the Supreme Court and how it’s decided came across to me like a JFK Oliver Stone conspiracy really. So I thought it’d be entertaining.”

On The Film’s Entertainment Versus Informative Value

“The great thing about [‘Roe v. Wade’] is there is a tremendous amount of information. People come out and say ‘Man, I gotta see that again to keep on learning.’ But at the same time, it’s fun. We’ve got everything from police car chases to courtroom drama.”

On Coverage of Roe v. Wade At The Time

“From a political point of view, I think it is interesting how nothing has changed in 50 years regarding fake news. Fake news was essentially driven predominantly by the people trying to get this case to the Supreme Court and get it decided. They came out and admitted they completely fabricated statistics—they planted fake stories.”

“At least today, and I’m sure it was much more random back then because you didn’t have social media, you didn’t have as many periodicals as there are today on the other side. And so what people said was sort of ‘fact,’ and it was much easier to manipulate the media. That’s one of the predominant things you see through the film.”

On The Production

“It should have been a five-episode, limited series. The problem is to do a limited series you have to get someone like Netflix or Hulu to agree to put that on. And that wasn’t going to happen.”

“So my only avenue to get this story out was to get it down to a two-hour movie, which was incredibly difficult because there were so many players involved on both sides. We had to pare it down. Initially, when we shot the movie it was two hours and 20 minutes because we got into a lot of history of the backstories of feminism. We had to make it a little more linear. It was too many characters.”

On Obstacles In A Left-Leaning Hollywood Industry

“Listen, to make an independent film is challenging regardless of position. These were the challenges on top of the raising of money and trying to put a film together, where, you know, agencies are telling actors not to do the film. Some locations would not issue us a permit to shoot there and things like the media making up stories was not helpful either.”

“We shot our movie under a pseudonym. The media went wild and said ‘they’re shooting the movie in secrecy!’ Well, guess what? So do all the Marvel movies. They all shoot under pseudonyms and secrecy, but you don’t hear the media talking about that.”

“People came out of the woodwork to help give us free locations and bring us food and give us money. I can tell you the strangest things would happen — every time we would run out of money, magically, money would show up from somebody. For lack of a better term, I’m not religious, but it was like the hand of God.”

On The New York Times’ Scathing Review

“You know, everybody has an opinion and I think it’s hard for people embedded in a movement one way or another to take themselves out of it. Be open-minded. If you’re involved in the pro-choice movement or a pro-choice journalist, you are going to feel that an attack on your position is going to take away pride.”

“I think most Americans today are somewhere in the middle. The majority of my friends who have seen the movie, who are Democrats or pro-choice Republicans, all say it’s extremely well-balanced.”

On His Primary Goal

“I like to say that if it changes hearts and minds, that’s great. But as a society, we need to take abortion a lot more seriously. I think a lot of people do, but you’ve got a small fraction of people out there who have started organizations like Shout Your Abortion or actresses coming out [celebrating an abortion]. What you learn from an emotional perspective is that life begins at conception, which is what the protagonists learn to do.”

“Whether people walk away from the film and convert or they want to take a pause, that’s the best I can hope for. Abortion is removing the life of a human and you’re making a very serious choice. It’s not something to be proud of or put on a pedestal.”




Trump speech CPAC

At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday, February 28, Donald Trump gave an explosive speech about Joe Biden’s failures, primarying RINOs, and his plans for the future.

In his first public speech since leaving office, Trump attacked Joe Biden for having the “most disastrous first month of any president in modern history.”


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He also took time during his speech to pay tribute to one of the most powerful, influential, and beloved people in the history of the conservative movement: Rush Limbaugh, who recently passed away from lung cancer.

“I also want to pay my love and respect to the great Rush Limbaugh, who is watching closely and smiling down on us,” Trump told the enthusiastic audience.

Trump also hinted at the possibility of running for president again in 2024. “We will take back the House. We will win the Senate. And then a Republican president will make a triumphant return to the White House, and I wonder who that will be,” he said.

Trump made clear that he wasn’t just talking about keeping RINOs in Congress for the sake of having a Republican majority. Instead, he vowed to support primary challengers to these “Republicans” who have betrayed their own base.

Contrary to the left and the mainstream media’s claims that he and the Republican Party in general are racist, Trump made sure to point out the growing support for the GOP from people of all backgrounds.

“The future of the Republican Party is as a party that defends the social, economic, and cultural interests and values of working American families of every race, color, and creed. That’s why the party is growing so rapidly, and it’s becoming a different party, and it’s becoming a party of love,” Trump stated.

Overall, Trump’s speech gave hope to every single one of his supporters across the country. Many feared that he would simply disappear back into private life after leaving the White House. After hearing his remarks at CPAC, they now know that he’s not going anywhere.

WATCH (full speech):

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Jim Jordan: Trump Leader of ‘America First Movement,’ Republican Party

Jim Jordan: Trump Leader of ‘America First Movement,’ Republican Party

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday that former President Donald Trump is the leader of the conservative movement, the America First movement, and the Republican Party.

“President Trump is the leader of the conservative movement; he’s the leader of the America First movement; he’s the leader of the Republican Party … and I hope on January 20th, 2025, he is once again the leader of our great country,” Jordan, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, told the CPAC crowd.

“No president in my lifetime has done more of what they said they would do than President Trump did during his four years as our president,” Jordan said. The Ohio conservative noted that the president built the wall, cut taxes, confirmed conservative Supreme Court justices, cut taxes, slash regulations, grow the best economy in 50 years, and many other significant achievements.

Jordan said that if conservatives continue to fight for their principles, they can take back the House majority in 2022, and Trump, if he runs, can take back the White House in 2024.

Jordan also said that Trump faced a significant uphill battle because “they don’t like that someone can walk into town and took [sic] on the swamp. They don’t like that someone in that town and fights for all of us.”

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.


Gov. Kristi Noem at CPAC: ‘Conservatives Exist to Fight for America’

Gov. Kristi Noem at CPAC: ‘Conservatives Exist to Fight for America’

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) traveled to Orlando, Florida, on Saturday and delivered a moving speech about the conservative movement in America at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

“I’m here today to share some of the lessons from my state,” Noem said, shortly after being welcomed to the stage. “I think the main question that needs to be answered this weekend is: Why does America need conservatives? The question of why America needs conservatives can be answered by just mentioning a single year. And that year is 2020.”

“Everybody knows that almost overnight, we went from a roaring economy to a tragic nationwide shutdown,” Noem continued, pointing out certain economic factors that impacted Americans:

By the beginning of 2020, President Trump had created seven million new American jobs. We had the lowest unemployment rate in over half a century and unemployment rates for Black, Hispanic, and Asian Americans reached the lowest levels in history. More than 10 million people had been lifted out of poverty and off welfare. All of that changed in March. Most governors shut down their states. What followed was record unemployment. Businesses closed. Most schools were shuttered. Communities suffered. And the U.S. economy came to an immediate halt.

According to Noem, Government “crushed the economy,” not the coronavirus. “And then, just as quickly, Government turned around and held itself out as the savior. Frankly, the Treasury Department can’t print money fast enough to keep up with Congress’s wish list,” she said.

Noem continued, telling those gathered at the conference about steps she took within her state to ensure that businesses were protected amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We never instituted a shelter-in-place order. We never mandated that people wear masks. We never even defined what an ‘essential business’ is because I don’t believe Governors have the authority to tell you your business is not essential,” Noem said.

Noem stated that her “administration resisted the call for virus control at the expense of everything else,” saying they “looked at the science, data, and facts and then took a balanced approach.”

“Truthfully, I never thought the decisions I was making were going to be unique,” Noem said. “I thought there would be more who would follow basic, conservative principles – guess I was wrong.”

Noem also took aim at the media for its role in the economic disparities waged against the American people throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

“Many in the media criticized South Dakota’s approach,” Noem said. “They labeled me as ill-informed, reckless, and even a ‘denier.’ Some even claimed that South Dakota is ‘as bad as it gets anywhere in the world’ when it comes to COVID-19, which is a lie.”

“The media did all of this while simultaneously praising governors who issued lockdowns, mandated masks, and shut down businesses –  applauding them as having taken the ‘right’ steps to mitigate the spread of the virus,” she added.

In addition to the media’s role, Noem also blasted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, referring to him as the “media’s COVID hero.” She said:

At one point, I appeared on George Stephanopoulos’s Sunday show. He had just wrapped up a segment with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo where he asked Cuomo to give me advice on how to deal with COVID. Now seems like a good time to remind everyone of what Governor Cuomo was doing in New York.

Regarding her remarks on Cuomo, Noem highlighted the nursing home controversy that resulted in numerous deaths across the state.

Noem then expounded on the importance of the conservative movement, telling those in attendance why America needs conservatives:

America needs conservatives at the state and local level. But we also need conservatives at the highest level of government too. In America, we have government of, by, and for the people. Our Founding Fathers established our national constitution. And the people of individual states crafted their own constitutions that place specific limits on the role of government.

Noem also stated that No governor “should dictate to their people which activities are officially approved or not. And no governor should arrest, ticket, or fine people for exercising their freedoms.” She continued:

America needs people who will stand up for these fundamental principles. America needs conservatives. It’s easy to look back on 2020 and remember the issues with COVID. But COVID is only one piece of a very problematic puzzle. It certainly showed us how deep the divide really is, and how thin the barrier is between freedom and tyranny.

Noem also commented on the efforts to remove certain historical figures from being publicly celebrated or noted.

We the People have consented to a government that will serve all of us equally. A government that will protect and uphold our God-given rights as well as the fundamental rights enumerated by our Constitution. It is our duty to renew our commitment to these ideals and to pass them on to those who come after us.

These ideals cannot be dismissed as the opinions of flawed men. Our Founders had their flaws, certainly, but to use those flaws to condemn their ideals and the greatest Constitution the world has ever seen is both unjust and self-defeating.  How many of us live up to our own ideals? Without the words, the beliefs, and the sacrifices of those few, the world would not have a ringing example of true freedom. To attempt to “cancel” the founding generation is an to attempt to cancel our own freedoms.

“Let’s always remember: America is good,” Noem told the audience. “Freedom is better than tyranny. We are unique. We are exceptional. And no American should apologize for that, ever.”

“We should illustrate to the world that people thrive when government is limited, and people’s ingenuity and creativity are unleashed,” she added.

“We don’t have the media on our side,” Noem said. “Conservatives must be smarter than progressives. We must know our history. We must know what works and what doesn’t work. We must think through issues.”

“Make no mistake about it — conservatives exist to fight for America, and for every American,” she emphasized.

Noem also reflected on a personal story regarding her father, his passing, and the questions she eventually received answers to in the months following his passing, concluding from her reflection that she was meant to be like her father, a “person of words and action.”

I believe South Dakota has been an example to the nation this past year. People used personal responsibility to protect their families’ health and way of life, while the government respected their rights and freedom. And we are working together to create new opportunities and a better future for our kids. We took the American path. Let me close with this. As conservatives, we often forget that stories are much more powerful than facts and statistics. Our stories need to be told. It is the only way we will inspire and motivate the American people to preserve this great country.

“We must go into this fight for freedom with our eyes wide open, educated to the tactics the liberals will use, and yet totally pure in our motives. This isn’t about us. It’s about our children and their future. It’s about the nation that we will pass on to them. It’s about telling the stories, over and over, that remind us why America needs conservatives—now more than ever.”

Follow Kyle on Twitter @RealKyleMorris and Facebook.


Jim Banks: GOP Destined to Lose if They Erase Trump, Lose Connection with Working-Class Voters

Jim Banks: GOP Destined to Lose if They Erase Trump, Lose Connection with Working-Class Voters

Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), said at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday that the Republican Party is destined to lose future elections if they erase former President Donald Trump and the connection he made with working-class voters.

Banks said at a panel with House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and American Conservative Union (ACU) chairman Matt Schlapp that a recent poll found McCarthy is the most popular Republican in the House.

However, the Hoosier conservative noted that the least popular Republicans want to remove Trump and his connection with the GOP’s working class.

“There are very few Republicans; the least popular are those that want to erase Donald Trump and Donald Trump supporters from our party. Let me tell you, if that happens, we will not win back the majority in 2022; we definitely won’t win back the White House in 2024 if you erase Donald Trump,” Banks told the CPAC crowd.

Banks said that McCarthy is also the right conservative to lead Republicans to take back the House in 2022. McCarthy noted that Democrats only hold a five-member majority in the House, the slimmest majority their party has had in over 100 years.

Banks said, “Kevin McCarthy is the right leader for the right time to win back the majority; he’s going to be the best Speaker of the House in a generation.”

The panel took place after Politico wrote that, in the wake of House Republican Conference chair Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) vote to impeach Trump, McCarthy is looking to Banks to help with House GOP messaging. Banks also told Politico that he hopes to fill the “void” in the House GOP messaging apparatus.

Banks said that the Republican Party’s strength lies in its appeal to working-class voters.

“If you identify as an American, you belong in the Republican Party,” he said.

“Donald Trump taught us many things; more than anything else, he taught us to be the party of the working class since Reagan,” he added.

In contrast to the GOP, Banks said, “The Democrat Party is the party of multinational corporations, big business, Wall Street, Silicon Valley, and the pro-China party.”

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.



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