US Approves $735M Weapon Sale to Israel, Plus Trump to Resume Rallies

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The United States has approved the sale of $735 million in weapons to Israel on Monday, while former president Trump expected to resume rallies in June, his advisor confirms, and more top stories in conservative politics.

US Approves Sale of $735 million in Weapons to Israel

The United States has approved a massive weapon sale of precision missiles and special munitions to Israel. Congress was notified several days ago of the sale of $735 million in weapons, which was approved on Monday, the Daily Wire reported.

As the nation of Israel battled against Palestinian terror attacks for over a week, it has had to contend with over 3,100 rockets launched by terrorists.

While some conservatives are applauding the move by the Biden administration, some believe the US needs to do more to defend and support Israel, including former Secretary of State and former CIA director Mike Pompeo.

“The Biden Administration has distanced itself from Israel by attempting to revive the failed Iran deal, siding with the Ayatollahs over our ally,” Pompeo tweeted on Monday. “America must be strong and defend its allies without hesitation.”

Trump Expected to Resume Rallies in June

Former President Donald Trump is expected to resume holding rallies in June, and advisor first confirmed to the Daily Mail, The Hill reported.

Although the events have not yet been formally announced, Trump is reportedly planning two rally appearances in June, as well as one at the beginning of July. Reports speculate that the events will be similar to airport rallies the former president held last year as he campaigned for reelection.

It is not yet known if Trump plans to stump for other candidates, announce a White House run in 2024, or both.

Poll: Most Republican Voters Still Don’t Believe Biden Legitimate 2020 Winner

The latest CBS/YouGov poll has found that over two-thirds of Republican voters still feel that President Joe Biden was not the legitimate winner of the 2020 election. The poll found that 67 percent of Republican voters felt that Biden did not win the 2020 election, compared with 33 percent of Republican voters who felt Biden’s win was legitimate.

In addition, the poll found that 80 percent of Republican voters agree with the decision to remove representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) from a leadership position in the party, MSNBC reported.

New Group Will Fight Cancel Culture by Giving “Woke Left” Dose of Its Own Medicine

A new group has been founded called the “Unsilenced Majority” which aims to take on cancel culture and fight the “woke left” by giving it a dose of its own medicine.

Founder Mike Davis, a former staffer for the Senate Judiciary Committee under Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), told Fox the group plans to fight counsel culture by using its own methods against it. Some of those methods include getting Americans to contact corporations, elected officials, and others who engage in cancel culture and pressure them not to engage in woke methods such as firing workers, stifling free speech, and other “un-American” censoring methods that are antithetical to our constitutional rights.

“These corporations go woke because they have pressure from shareholders, they have pressure from the liberal media, they have pressure internally from within,” said Davis. “What we want to do at Unsilenced Majority is to provide a counterbalance. And so these corporations understand that if they go woke there’s gonna be consequences from everyday Americans.”