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Kemberlee Kaye

Kemberlee Kaye is the Senior Contributing Editor of Legal Insurrection, where she has worked since 2014 and is the Director of Operations and Editorial Development for the Legal Insurrection Foundation. She also serves as the Managing Editor for, a research project of the Legal Insurrection Foundation.

She has a background working in immigration law, and as a grassroots organizer, digital media strategist, campaign lackey, and muckraker. Over the years Kemberlee has worked with FreedomWorks, Americans for Prosperity, James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, and US Senate re-election campaigns, among others. 

Kemberlee, her daughter, and her son live a lovely taco-filled life in their native Texas.

You can reach her anytime via email at kk @

Trump issued a video announcement responding to the events of the last few weeks, in particular the violence last week and the massive and widespread cancellation of voices across the country.

Given the rapid deplatforming of Trump (who was permanently suspended from Twitter, his campaign store deplatformed, and his campaign email service cut) and his allies, and the suspension of Parler from Google's App Store (Apple is threatening Parler similarly), now seems as good a time as any to ask you to join us (if you haven't already) by signing up for our email list.

During a press conference, a CNN reporter attempted to paint Florida's rollout of the COVID vaccine as a failure by badgering Governor DeSantis with a talking point masked as a question.

Wednesday, Trump vetoed the pork-filled Defense Bill (NDAA). House Speaker Pelosi plans to take up a vote to override the veto next week.

Dr. Birx was outed Sunday for defying her own holiday get-together guidance issued to the general public and has decided to retire after the "overwhelming" experience of having her hypocrisy gracing national headlines. Birx will help the Biden team and then she's out.

Thursday I blogged about a demand letter (included beneath) sent to the city of Palm Beach and to the Secret Service, claiming Trump cannot legally claim Mar-a-Lago as his post-presidency residence. The story was widely reported by the Washington Post. I'm sure you'll be shocked to know that the WaPo just happened to leave out that the woman presumably behind the demand letter is also claiming that Mar-a-Lago's security system is injuring her brain.