Missing Michelle Malkin already

We all gain our inspiration from admired sources. The nine Muses, daughters of ancient Greeks Zeus and Mnemosyne, are credited as personifications of the arts, writing and knowledge. A more recent inspiration was born in Pennsylvania to Filipino legal immigrant parents — a doctor and a teacher. Michelle Malkin, a conservative columnist and blogger, author of seven books, and a frequent Fox News contributor until she was deemed too conservative for the network widely regarded as conservative. She finally quit, joining Newsmax TV. American Thinker’s Peter Barry Chowka’s July 20, 2020 report was headlined, “Michelle Malkin beaten by BLM thugs and prevented from speaking at Denver pro-police rally.”

Never one to mince words, Malkin has been a reliable voice for conservatism. In 2019, she took heat for criticizing the “ghost” of the late Sen. John McCain stating: “Congress has repeatedly mandated a nationwide visa entry-exit system to track legal short-term visa holders. But one has yet to be built—even in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which were perpetrated in part by several illegal alien visa overstayers. E-verify has been stalled. Sanctuary cities metastasized. And BOTH parties are to blame – yeah I’m looking at you, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, the Bush family, Mitt Romney and the ghost of John McCain.”

Arizona conservatives knew McCain as a marginal man and pro-illegal alien zealot who arrogantly created his own funeral “guest list” pointedly omitting President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump, though Barack Obama was tapped to give a eulogy. McCain apparently reached untouchable sainthood status following three funerals in Phoenix, Arizona, Washington, DC, and Annapolis, Maryland.

CNS News delivers the disappointing news that Michelle Malkin is calling it quits — hopefully just for a breather. Read her commentary, Michelle Malkin Signs Off: ‘An Ending, but Not the End.’

To remember what we will be missing, read her exceptional tribute to conservative Tom Tancredo, a former member of congress from her home state of Colorado, correctly identified by Malkin “as one of the three modern leaders standing as the pillars of the America First movement: Pat Buchanan, Tom Tancredo and Donald Trump.”


5 Responses to Missing Michelle Malkin already

  1. Mr. & Mrs. America says:

    We were disgusted when Michelle Malkin no longer appeared on Fox network. She is not a pushover or easily manipulated to fit the agenda. This is the story behind the story:

  2. Braveheart says:

    Unfortunately, Malkin is correct in her assessment of the emaciated America First movement. Political Correctness has more heft than fidelity to our own nation. Heroes are few and far between. Thank God we elected Donald Trump, a true patriot in 2016. When the far left national media went nuts, we knew we were right.
    Watch this short video detailing media meltdowns following Donald Trump’s stellar victory: I couldn’t be more proud of my vote!

  3. Realist says:

    Terrific video, Braveheart. I’ve seen it previously, but can’t view it enough! I wonder if those tearful fools were still crying when they were benefiting from the stellar economy under President Trump? Biden’s economy with unaffordable homes, and astronomically priced food and gas is what should move them to tears.

  4. Casper says:

    Cindy McCain campaigned for Biden. John McCain failed in his numerous attempts to win the GOP presidential nomination, which non-politician Donald Trump won on his initial attempt! McCain was a perpetually angry man who spent his career colluding with DC democrats. Far leftist alcoholic womanizer Ted Kennedy, was a favorite!

  5. Seeing Red AZ says:

    Joseph Bickley, Sr.,

    Happy to ac-comma-date! Thanks for the edits.

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