Elvis & Sullivan

Already owning a Number One hit with “Heartbreak Hotel,” Elvis had been on television before, but nothing compared to his debut on The Ed Sullivan Show when 60 million viewers tuned in. It was a high profile cultural moment and national event when 82% of the television viewing audience watched Elvis on The Ed Sullivan Show.

This young man, whose sound and raw, energetic performances went against everything the conservative Eisenhower era stood for, captivated the youth of America. That night on the Sullivan show, Elvis entered living rooms across the country and created a cultural revolution that changed musical tastes and entertainment forever.

An average student, Elvis found inspiration at The First Assembly of God, the church his family attended, and where he learned to love gospel music. On his eleventh birthday, Elvis was given a guitar by his mother and, inspired by southern gospel singers like Jake Hess and country artists like Hank Snow and Roy Acuff, he taught himself to sing and play the instrument by ear. As he grew older Elvis became more passionate about music and immersed himself in the sounds of his new home — Memphis, Tennessee.

By 1955, at the age of 20, Elvis Presley was emerging as a regional star in the south, touring and playing shows from Tennessee to Texas. Known for his lively performances and on stage gyrations, Elvis played a unique blend of R&B, country, gospel and rock ‘n’ roll. At this early age, Elvis was taken under the wing of well-known music promoter Colonel Tom Parker who heard about Elvis and the audience reaction he was getting whenever he performed. Elvis was recording for producers Sam Phillips and his Sun label. Parker got RCA to buy Elvis’ contract for an outrageous sum at the time — $35,000. Elvis’ first single, “Heartbreak Hotel” was released on January 27, 1956 and his self-titled debut album two months later. “Heartbreak Hotel” became Elvis Presley’s first Number One single and his debut album quickly went gold.

To give his artist a national showcase Colonel Parker booked Elvis’s first televised appearance on Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey’s Stage Show. To get him on the show, The Colonel sent the show’s producer, Jackie Gleason, a glossy photo of Elvis with a note reading “JG: This is Elvis Presley. About to be Real Big…- Colonel.” The deal was for six appearances, and although Stage Show was not a major variety show it brought Elvis his first national exposure.

Soon after, Elvis’s national popularity was on the rise, and Hollywood wanted in. Elvis signed a movie contract with Hal Wallis and Paramount Pictures. The Colonel next booked two appearances for him on The Milton Berle Show. For the first show broadcast, April 3, 1956, Elvis was filmed on the flight deck of the USS Hancock in San Diego. Hundreds of sailors were in attendance. In the second show, June 5, 1956, Elvis’s playful performance of “Hound Dog” drove the teens wild, but the press and some adults were outraged. The controversy over his bumps and grinds and gyrating hips only served to fuel the fire. When Ed Sullivan was asked if he would book Elvis on his show, he said he would not. He didn’t want to be the recipient of scathing criticism from the nation’s media.

Then on July 1st, 1956, Elvis appeared on NBC’s new Steve Allen Show, which aired opposite CBS’s The Ed Sullivan Show. Due to the backlash from Presley’s second and last performance on The Milton Berle Show, Allen decided to dress Elvis in a tuxedo and have him sing “Hound Dog” to a basset hound. While many of Elvis’s teenaged fans may not have appreciated the comedic intent of the song (Elvis personally hated it), The Steve Allen Show crushed Ed Sullivan in that week’s ratings. On Monday, Ed Sullivan sent Steve Allen a telegram reading: “Steven Presley Allen, NBC TV, New York City. Stinker. Love and kisses. Ed Sullivan.”

By Monday morning Ed Sullivan caved and decided to book Elvis on his Sunday night showcase. Sullivan and Colonel Parker agreed to have Elvis appear three times for the then mind boggling sum of $50,000, the highest amount ever paid to a performer to appear on TV. Ironically, before Elvis had appeared nationally on television, Sullivan had turned down the opportunity to book Elvis on his show for $5,000. He passed on the opportunity, because he wasn’t sure that Presley would be a good fit for his show’s family audience. But after getting trounced in the ratings by Steve Allen, Ed had to concede and he paid dearly. It would be a show business marriage made in ratings heaven.

A month before Elvis’s Sullivan debut, Ed was involved in nearly fatal automobile accident that left him hospitalized for weeks. By the time September 9th, 1956 rolled around, Ed was still recovering from his injuries and was unable to host Presley’s historic appearance. British actor Charles Laughton hosted the show from Ed’s New York studio and introduced Elvis to the television audience. “…and now, away to Hollywood to meet Elvis Presley!” 60 million viewers were transported to CBS Television City in Los Angeles for Elvis Presley’s performance of “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Love Me Tender,” the latter being the title song of his first Hollywood feature film.

Later, it was again back to Hollywood where Elvis returned to perform Little Richard’s hit, “Ready Teddy” after which he thanked “Mr. Sullivan” for the opportunity and wished him a speedy recovery. Continuing his serious tone, Elvis then introduced his next number, “As a great philosopher once said…’You ain’t nothin’ but a hound dog!’” Elvis held nothing back, snarling and gyrating and stirring up controversy all over again. Contrary to what many believe about CBS insisting that cameras only shoot Elvis from the hips up, the TV audience had a full view of Elvis Presley that evening.

By the time of his next appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, October 28th, 1956, Sullivan had recovered from his injuries and resumed his duties hosting the show. Following an innocent act by an Irish children’s choir called The Little Gaelic Singers, Elvis Presley took the stage and sang, “Don’t Be Cruel” and “Love Me Tender.” After Señor Wences’s ventriloquism act, Elvis returned to perform “Love Me.” During this song the camera moved in for a close-up of Elvis’ face, and then, as if on cue, he smiled and snarled his upper lip. The studio audience went wild. Elvis closed with another performance of his hit, “Hound Dog.” Again viewers were shown a head-to-toe Elvis.

Following the broadcast, which again enjoyed huge ratings, Elvis was burned in effigy by angry crowds in Nashville and St. Louis. The popular press was also critical of his style and movements. Rock and roll was increasingly attacked and there was growing opposition to its supposedly negative influence on America’s youth. The more the establishment pushed back, the more Elvis’s support grew from millions of teenagers.

Elvis’s third and final appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show took place on January 6th, 1957. He shared the stage with Sullivan impressionist Will Jordan, ventriloquist Arthur Worsley and a rising comedienne, Carol Burnett.

Elvis’s sexy gyrations had stirred up enough controversy across America that CBS censors demanded he be shot only from the waist up only!

Elvis performed a number of songs that night including “Hound Dog,” “Don’t Be Cruel,” “Too Much,” “When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again,” and a gospel favorite, “Peace in the Valley.” At the end of the show Ed Sullivan went out of his way to compliment Presley, “I wanted to say to Elvis Presley and the country that this is a real decent, fine boy, and wherever you go, Elvis, we want to say we’ve never had a pleasanter experience on our show with a big name than we’ve had with you. So now let’s have a tremendous hand for a very nice person!” With that endorsement, Elvis Presley bowed, was clearly appreciative and exited the Sullivan stage for the last time. He went on to become one of the most famous and beloved artists in the history of entertainment.

In 2006, The History Channel selected the September 9th, 1956 Elvis Presley appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show as one of the “10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America.” Elvis Presley on The Ed Sullivan Show was a key stepping stone on The King’s path to worldwide fame. Today Presley remains a cultural icon and a global legend, the best selling solo artist in the history of popular music, and perhaps thanks in part to Elvis’ three historic appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Source: https://www.edsullivan.com/artists/elvis-presley/

114 thoughts on “Elvis & Sullivan

    1. Good morning! Not a huge Elvis fan here but he was ok. Of course he wasn’t well thought of in my strict household! As for sun, I am happy to be getting a little bit of a light mist this morning and hoping for more rain – only 62 and not even supposed to hit 70 today! Fall has arrived, methinks! The cukes sure like the cooler weather! I haven’t seen any Orioles in days but there is still that one female hummer buzzing around.

      I’ve got a conundrum with my clematis….seems like all the ones that claim to be red or yellow or blue ALL revert back to either purple or burgundy…..or a mix of both. My supposed “dark red” one has all 3 blooms open now and they are all burgundy-purple, NOT red! The one in front was supposed to be blue – nope, purple! The other 3 I ordered that were supposed to be yellow? White! WTF??!!??

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    1. No matter how many fricking times I see it and hear it over and over and over again, I STILL just don’t get it! How on earth can they possibly be sooooo FUCKING blind??!!?? How can they possibly ignore their own hypocrisy??!!?? HOW??!!?? If I weren’t already nuts, watching jackwads like this would drive me there!!!!

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  1. from tcth

    September 9, 2022 12:23 am


    So now the FBI & Biden Department of “Justice” leakers are going to spend Millions of Dollars, & vast amounts of Time & Energy, to appeal the Order on the “Raid of Mar-a-Lago Document Hoax,” by a brilliant and courageous Judge whose words of wisdom rang true throughout our Nation, instead of fighting the record setting corruption and crime that is taking place right before their very eyes. They SPIED on my Campaign, lied to FISA COURT, told Facebook “quiet,” preside over worst CRIME WAVE ever!!

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  3. copied from tcth…others have expressed this opinion…we’ll see…the appointment of a special master is NOT appealable…

    Ron B
    Ron B
    September 8, 2022 11:23 pm

    From what I have researched, the DOJ cannot appeal the order to appoint a special master. The relevant statute is 28 U.S. Code § 1292 https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/28/1292#:~:text=When%20the%20chief%20judge%20of%20the%20United%20States,ten%20days%20after%20the%20entry%20of%20such%20order. A case in Cook County IL was decided by the 7th Circuit last year where they ruled that the appointment was not an injunction but was procedural order. https://finaldecisions.org/the-week-in-federal-appellate-jurisdiction-april-11-17-2021/#the-seventh-circuit-held-that-the-appointment-of-a-special-master-was-not-an-appealable-injunction Judge Cannon’s order for a special master was not an injunction but a procedural order.

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  4. EXCERPT: “A judge in Louisiana ruled last Friday that President Joe Biden has to at least keep rule Title 42 in place on a temporary basis, which is something that is just going to eat the man up inside. And that makes the decision all the more delightful, wouldn’t you agree? Title 42 was put in place by the Trump administration as a public health measure to limit the amount of immigration happening during the thick of the coronavirus pandemic.

    A report from Just the News has revealed that Judge Robert Summerhays, who was appointed to his position on the District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, by former President Donald Trump, has imposed a preliminary injunction against the lifting of the order while the case works its way through the court system.

    “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was set to end the decades-old rule Monday,” the report said, adding, “Title 42 more specifically allows for the removal of migrants if they come from somewhere facing a communicable disease.”

    “Over 1.9 million migrants have reportedly been expelled from the U.S. under the rule since April 2020, about a month after the pandemic was declared,” Just the News reported.

    Here’s more from Just the News’ report on the decision:”


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  5. EXCERPT: “On Tuesday, after a weekend in which over 50 people were shot in Chicago, Republican candidate for Illinois governor Darren Bailey suggested that things in the state were about to get much worse.

    Bailey, currently an Illinois state senator, held a press conference in Springfield with county sheriffs from around the state. He pointed out that the so-called SAFE-T (“Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today”) Act, which largely goes into effect on January 1, 2023, has already proven counter-productive and in full force will exacerbate conditions in cities like Chicago, which Bailey has previously characterized as a “hellhole.”

    The SAFE-T Act, signed into law by Democrat Gov. J.B. Pritzker on January 22, 2021, abolishes cash bail, prevents police from detaining a suspect on the basis of a risk assessment, and gives felons sentenced to home detention far greater latitude. Ed Wojcicki, the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police executive director, called it an “anti-police bill.”

    While potentially making it easier for some criminals to stay out of jail, the law also imposes a host of restrictions and unprecedented requirements on police officers, including:

    creating a statewide decertification process for officers;
    enabling people to anonymously file complaints against officers;
    enabling investigations into anonymously sourced complaints;
    enabling complaint filings against officers without sworn affidavits or other legal documentation;

    removing requirements that officers under investigation must be informed of either the name of the complainant or the person in charge of the investigation;

    preventing police officers from reviewing body camera footage before writing a report about the incident;

    requiring officers to intervene if other officers use unauthorized or excessive force; and

    requiring that officers must issue a citation rather than arrest for traffic offenses, Class B and C criminal misdemeanor offenses, or petty and business offenses.

    The state’s attorneys for Vermilion County, Kendall County, Shelby County, and Madison County all argued in a March op-ed that this legislation poses “a serious threat to public safety — specifically, to victims and witnesses of violent crimes in our community.” They argued that notwithstanding numerous amendments and changes made to the act, the end result still “contained various reactionary requirements inconsistent with long-standing and sound jurisprudence of our country and state.”

    The attorneys noted that one of the many problems created by the law will be that “violent offenders who are released on electronic monitoring and choose to violate the terms of their release have to be in violation for 48 hours before law enforcement can do anything about it.” So, for instance, an abuser on electronic monitoring can hunt down the person he was initially charged for abusing before police can even respond to indicators that he has broken the terms of his house arrest.

    Jamie Mosser, state’s attorney for Kane County, noted that the language surrounding pretrial release “prevents Judges from holding an offender with multiple DUI’s, drug dealers, and people who illegally possess or shoot guns when we can’t identify a threat to a person or persons.”


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        1. i have no problem with investigating a valid complaint–but that needs to identify the complainer and provide supporting facts–not innuendo and rumors.
          basically this will ADD another layer of government, right? the INVESTIGATIVE sector

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  6. Entire Article @ JustTheNews: “Former Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker on Thursday slammed the man who he succeeded, saying former AG Bill Barr’s recent embrace of the Justice Department raid on Donald Trump flew in the face of all the wrongdoing he himself exposed in the discredited Russia collusion case.

    “Bill Barr continues for some reason to be an institutionalist when it comes to the Department of Justice, even though based on what he presided over, he should know better,” Whitaker said on the Thursday edition of Just the News, Not Noise.

    “We have seen far too many examples as it relates to Donald Trump, and investigations into Donald Trump, that the Department of Justice just doesn’t seem to follow its own traditions, rules and ethical considerations,” Whitaker continued.

    Whitaker gave his take on Trump being granted a special master by a federal judge to look over the documents seized from his home Mar-a-Lago.

    “I think it’s a very helpful fact, if you’re for a special master being appointed,” Whitaker stated. “Several of the documents that weren’t included in the search warrant and authorized to be grabbed included the passports, medical records, attorney client privilege documents, accounting records and potentially tax returns.”

    Whitaker also pointed out that the FBI “taint team” was not very effective with filtering out what was and wasn’t authorized regarding the search warrant.

    “This was a very broad warrant,” Whitaker concluded. “And obviously, Judge Cannon was not impressed by the taint team’s work, and just forwarded much of this information on to the investigative team.”


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    1. i read the doj was “willing” to provide Prez Trump COPIES of the non classified docs–he’s entitled to the ACTUAL docs back–like his tax returns, medical records, presidential records…

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  7. today is the 9th…the day both parties (doj and REALPOTUS Trump) were to provide Judge Cannon with a list of acceptable Special Masters…see if doj does…

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      1. i don’t think so…I’m reading they can’t even LEGALLY appeal the Special Master…
        so many opinions–some say they are appealing the INJUNCTION not to proceed with examining the docs…some say they are appealing the master…some say both…
        too dang confusing

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        1. It is confusing for a reason, Pat….same reason Congress uses the archaic language in bills. It is pretty much incomprehensible to the vast majority of people….including 90% of the so-called “lawyers!”

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          1. No, I don’t. I was never into the fancy frilly stuff, for the most part. When I was 16, I had a tan suede jacket with fringe on the sleeves but that’s the only one. Very short, sleek skirts, tight pants, almost always my regular work boots or, more often than not, barefoot, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sexy blouses. That was always my style. I’m still into sleek – I have a really nice black leather tailored jacket that I bought in VA back when I was flush with cash, as well as a Burberry-type full-length gray/black reversible raincoat. But my daily coat is a hoodie or light Husker jacket.

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      1. And when I get out of my shower, he goes over and sprawls out right smack in the center of the rug I have to traverse to get to my dresser….intentionally….and reaches out and grabs at my feet with his front foot as I walk by! He’s a shit, I tell ya’!!!!

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  8. G’morn y’all …

    TY Pat for the Elvis reminder … I watched the Sullivan Show(s) while I was babysitting for my aunt and uncle … I was 16 . A big fan .

    Elvis came to Charleston twice that year … in March and June. I recall vividly because my cousins were going to see him in March and I begged my Mom to let me go (I was still 15) … my gr/mother was in the room at the time. Not only was Rock ‘n Roll verboten … “Elvis swivels his hips.” (sigh)

    Anyway, now I know what I was doing the evening of 9/9/56! Thank you …

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  9. Morning Filly,

    I read you’re enjoyin’ your peach ice cream 😉 Save a bowl for me darlin’ …

    About your clematis… might it be the soil? I bought 2/3 hybrid hydrangeas … shades of pink to lavender in garden center pots … reverted to blue when I put them in the ground (Soil is acidic; I can get deeper blue by adding alum sulfate… or pink by adding garden lime)

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    1. Hmmm…..the ones Mom gave me were purple when she brought them; the others are all still in pots with the potting soil except the one surviving one on the trellis that is supposed to be yellow. It had one bloom early on that was white – I wondered if the plant might have to mature first. But Mom’s just looks more purple every year! IDK what it is! I’ll try to remember to ask the extension agent…..

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  10. dems calling for her to leave the campaign…she goes on to say treat white people like shit…
    South Carolina Democratic state representative Krystle Matthews is once again facing public criticism as she attempts to unseat Republican Senator Tim Scott. In fact, she’s hearing demands that she abandon her campaign and go home. But it isn’t the state Republicans who are denouncing her. In the latest example of the political equivalent of a classic horror film, the calls are coming from inside the house! Following the release by Project Veritas of more damning comments that she was recorded making, Democratic leaders in South Carolina are saying that Matthews needs to step aside. And yet again, a member of the definitively “anti-racist” party in the United States was recorded making some decidedly racist-sounding statements about her own constituents who happen to be white. (Krystle Matthews is Black.) The following is from the Associated Press:

    The South Carolina Democrat vying to oust Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott is facing calls from within her own party to fold her campaign, following the publication of additional leaked audio in which she appears to make disparaging remarks about her constituents.

    The calls for state Rep. Krystle Matthews to withdraw just two months ahead of the general election came Thursday in reaction to leaked audio published by conservative activist group Project Veritas of Matthews speaking to one of its members, without her knowledge.

    Sitting in a restaurant, Matthews, who is Black, is heard saying that she represents a “mostly white” district, adding, of white voters: “I keep them right here — like under my thumbs. … Otherwise, they get out of control — like kids.”


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  11. interesting point but the doj is doing the misdeed–whom do you get to enforce it?

    September 9, 2022 12:28 pm

    Harmeet K. Dhillon

    🧵1/The DOJ’s incessant leaks of grand jury material (Trump/MAL, Save America PAC) are not just sleazy and dishonest — they violate Fed.R.Crim.P 6(e)(2) re GJ secrecy. An aggrieved party may make a motion to the court for contempt sanctions, force gov’t to rebut prime facie case.

    (Video linked in tweet)…

    Cont reading thread …


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  12. interesting observation…from tcth

    September 9, 2022 12:51 pm

    Hmmmmm. Interesting observation.


    The 8th day of the month has been interesting as of late.

    July 8: Shinzo Abe assassinated
    Aug 8: Mar a Lago raided by FBI
    Sep 8: Queen Elizabeth dies
    Oct 8: TBD
    Nov 8: Midterm elections

    Last edited 2 minutes ago by WeThePeople2016
    September 9, 2022 12:54 pm
    Reply to WeThePeople2016

    Oct 8: PDJT indicted.

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  13. homeland security screwed up, d of d screwed up…Inspector General says…admin says nope, not owning that
    entire article
    Republican legislators were shamed, ridiculed, and smeared as racist for questioning whether the U.S. government was properly vetting the influx of tens of thousands of Afghan refugees into the United States. But their suspicions that U.S. agencies’ lax vetting process may have let in national security threats, it turns out, were correct.

    A new 34-page redacted report from the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General confirms that the primary border security agency failed to properly screen, vet, and inspect Afghan evacuees who arrived in the United States following President Joe Biden’s botched military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

    Under Biden’s direction and the agency’s Operation Allies Refuge and Operation Allies Welcome programs, DHS brought and resettled more than 79,000 Afghan evacuees into the United States between July 2021 and January 2022.

    But because DHS failed to keep a list of evacuees who did not provide documentation and because DHS did not have a backup plan designed to handle influxes like the one from Afghanistan, the inspector Ggeneral said, “DHS may have admitted or paroled individuals into the United States who pose a risk to national security and the safety of local communities.”

    As a matter of fact, the OIG report confirmed that DHS let at least two security risks into the country. Both men were detained within a month of arriving in the states, but the inspector general noted that “dozens” of other evacuees made it into the states despite “derogatory information.”

    Ultimately, thousands of men, women, and children who did not provide their first name, last name, or date of birth and who provided documents missing key information were still allowed into America. That’s in addition to the 35 evacuees who were allowed to fly to the states despite failing approval for travel and the 1,299 evacuees whose fingerprints were not collected by Customs and Border Protection as required.

    “CBP’s use of incomplete or inaccurate data would not have yielded positive matches from intelligence databases if the individuals had derogatory records under a different name or DOB,” the OIG report concluded. “Therefore, DHS and CBP cannot be sure they properly screened, vetted, and inspected all evacuees.”

    The inspector general’s office recommended that DHS seek out proof that the Afghan evacuees who made it into the United States were properly vetted and will be routinely vetted until their time in the country expires. The OIG also recommended that the secretary of homeland security “develop a comprehensive contingency plan to support similar emergency situations in the future and account for, screen, vet, and inspect all individuals during unprecedented events when limited biographic data is available.”

    Instead of implementing the recommendations, DHS refused to concur with the OIG based on its belief that CBP did and still does screen, vet, and inspect all Afghan refugees in America. The inspector general noted there was not enough evidence to consider that claim legitimate.

    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended DHS shortly after the report was released, claiming, “That very report did not take into account the key steps in that rigorous, you heard from us, rigorous and multi-layered screening and vetting process the U.S. government took before at-risk Afghans were permitted to come to the U.S.”

    DHS isn’t the only agency that may have let potential terrorists into the country. In a letter to the Department of Defense last month, Republican Sens. Josh Hawley and Ron Johnson demanded that the inspector general determine if “DoD instructed agency personnel to cut corners when processing evacuees” and “abbreviate their [fingerprint] tests in order to promote the rushed evacuation from Afghanistan.”

    The GOP legislators said a whistleblower within the DOD reported that 324 people were evacuated from Afghanistan and placed in the United States “despite appearing on the DoD’s Biometrically Enabled Watchlist.” That’s a much higher number than the“50 Afghan personnel in the United States” that the DOD identified in February as being “potentially significant security concerns.”


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    1. this leads me to believe the fib did NOT find the docs they wanted at Mar-a-lago…so they CAN’T let a master look at what they CLAIM are classified docs…

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  14. gees…he beheaded their mother in front of them
    A young mother was beheaded in the middle of a San Carlos, California street in the early afternoon on Thursday as her children watched.
    According to local news the children, two girls ages 1 and 7, were on the scene saying they “want their mom” after she was cut down by suspect Jose Landaeta Solano, who was arrested after returning to the location.


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  15. I am adding a short daily prayer to the board. I would invite each of you, if you wish, to also add one or maybe two of your own liking. I do not want to stifle anyone but please limit yourself to one or two religious postings. here’s one I found that I liked.


  16. Woman Beheaded with Sword in Front of Onlookers in California— Welcome to CA

    The FBI is hiding Epstein records—– AT this point what are they not hiding?

    Another Hate Hoax: BYU Says No Evidence to Corroborate Claims Fan Shouted N-Word at Black Duke Volleyball Player— Has there ever been a real one?

    Wayfair’s Stock Is Down Over 80% Since They Canceled MyPillow — Now They’re Issuing More Debt—- LOL

    Chelsea Clinton says ex-friend Ivanka Trump ‘went to the dark side’—- No honey that’s you

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