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Cheryl K. Chumley

Cheryl K. Chumley

Cheryl Chumley is online opinion editor, commentary writer and host of the “Bold and Blunt” podcast for The Washington Times, and a frequent media guest and public speaker. She is the author of several books, the latest titled, “Lockdown: The Socialist Plan To Take Away Your Freedom,” and “Socialists Don’t Sleep: Christians Must Rise or America Will Fall.” Email her at cchumley@washingtontimes.com. 

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A woman walks during a protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government and call for the release of hostages held in the Gaza Strip by the Hamas militant group outside of the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in Jerusalem, Sunday, March 31, 2024. Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered outside the parliament building in Jerusalem on Sunday, calling on the government to reach a deal to free dozens of hostages held by Hamas and to hold early elections. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)

Media coverage of Israel grows worse as war drags on

Gil Hoffman, executive director of Honest Reporting in Israel, a group with a mission to monitor the truthfulness of international media on all-things-Jewish-state, said the longer the war against Hamas lasts, the worse the coverage grows. Published April 3, 2024

This combination photo shows President Joe Biden, left, on March 8, 2024, in Wallingford, Pa., and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, Israel, Oct. 28, 2023. Biden and Netanyahu spoke Monday, March 18, in their first interaction in more than a month as the divide has grown between allies over the food crisis in Gaza and the conduct of war. (AP Photo) ** FILE **

Biden’s White House must stop hindering Israel

On the war against Hamas, Israel has been steadfast: The terrorists must die. President Biden, meanwhile, has been all over the map. And this back-and-forth, frenetic and unclear messaging from the White House is having the disastrous effect of emboldening Israel's enemies -- and it must stop now. Published April 2, 2024

Yftach Gepner points out bullet holes in the electronic gate at the entryway to Ein Habesor in Israel that Hamas terrorists tried to breach on Oct 7. Gepner’s brother was shot and seriously injured during the assault. Ein Habesor, about three miles from Gaza, provides about 60 percent of Israel’s produce. Much of the crops were spoiled when residents were evacuated due to Hamas' attacks in the area. As of March 2024, only around half of residents had returned to the community. (Cheryl Chumley/The Washington Times)

Three miles from Gaza, a Jewish community fights to heal

Ein Habesor is located about three miles from Gaza, and produces about 60 percent of all of Israel's produce. Though the terrorists never breached the gate, and nobody from Ein Habesor was killed, nearby communities weren't so lucky. Published March 29, 2024

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, center, speaks with senior staff including U.S. Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy Tom Sullivan before he departs Egypt for Israel, as the push for a ceasefire between the Palestinian militant group Hamas and Israel continues, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, March 22, 2024. (Evelyn Hockstein/Pool Photo via AP)

Bold & Blunt video: Is America abandoning Israel?

The United States did a "no-vote" on the United Nations' resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire by Israel against Hamas, in exchange for the release of hostages. But this "no vote" carried a massive message, and it said bluntly: America's shifting from pro-Israel and toward the appeasement of terrorists Published March 28, 2024

Israeli soldiers look at photos of people killed and taken captive by Hamas militants during their violent rampage through the Nova music festival in southern Israel, which are displayed at the site of the event, to commemorate the October 7, massacre, near kibbutz Re'im, Friday, Dec. 1, 2023. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

WATCH: Ofri Bibas Levy on her ongoing Hamas hostage nightmare

It's going on six months since Hamas terrorists attacked Israel, but Ofri Bibas Levy still has no idea if her brother, Yarden Bibas, is alive or dead. He was taken captive by Hamas while trying to ward off the terrorists who had broken into his Kibbutz Nir Oz home -- while trying to save his family from being taken. Published March 27, 2024

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken walks arrives in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Wednesday, March 20, 2024. (Evelyn Hockstein, Pool Photo via AP)

Revelation, anyone? Biden and team side with U.N. over Israel

Team Biden has sent a resolution to the United Nations calling for Israel's immediate cease-fire in Gaza in exchange for Hamas' release of all hostages. Sounds tidy. But it's truly a frightful warning to Israel that according to Bible truths, could bring great condemnation upon America. Published March 21, 2024

President Joe Biden greets attendees at a St. Patrick's Day brunch with Catholic leaders in the East Room of the White House, Sunday, March 17, 2024. (AP Photo/Stephanie Scarbrough)

Biden’s latest meltdown more good news for MAGAs

Poor President Biden can't catch a break. His mush-for-mind is melting down, and he's showing the desperation that's affecting all Democrats right now -- albeit some are handling it better than others. The dementia-ridden Biden is not one of those who are handling it well. Published March 19, 2024

Migrants are taken into custody by officials at the Texas-Mexico border, Jan. 3, 2024, in Eagle Pass, Texas. The Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, extended a stay on a new Texas law that would empower police to arrest migrants suspected of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The order puts the law on hold until at least Monday while the high court considers a challenge by the Justice Department, which has called the law an unconstitutional overreach. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, file)

Hezbollah in America: Biden’s borders threaten citizens’ safety

A Lebanese man who's trained for years with Hezbollah was just arrested at the U.S.-Mexico border, attempting to cross into America, sneak to New York City and - in his own words - "make a bomb." Then what? Then - blow it up. Blow it up and kill as many Americans as possible. Thanks, Joe Biden. Published March 18, 2024

Marchers wave U.S. and rainbow flags and signs as they walk at the St. Pete Pier in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Saturday, March 12, 2022, during a rally and march to protest what critics call the "Don't say gay" bill passed by Florida's Republican-led Legislature and now on its way to Gov. Ron DeSantis' desk. (Martha Asencio-Rhine/Tampa Bay Times via AP, File)

LGBTQ population grows on wings of delusion, lies and immorality

About 7.6 percent of Americans age 18 or older identify as some form of LGBTQ+ persuasion, including more than 1 in 5 Generation Z adults, or those between 18 and 26 years old, and almost 1 in 10 millennials, those from 27 to 42 years of age, a new Gallup survey says. Call them the lost generations. Published March 14, 2024

Migrants are taken into custody by officials at the Texas-Mexico border, Jan. 3, 2024, in Eagle Pass, Texas. The Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, extended a stay on a new Texas law that would empower police to arrest migrants suspected of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The order puts the law on hold until at least Monday while the high court considers a challenge by the Justice Department, which has called the law an unconstitutional overreach. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, file)

Democrats join call for Biden to tighten border

Fourteen Democrats joined with 212 Republicans on a resolution calling for President Biden to tighten up America's borders and use his executive powers to slow the surge of illegals entering the country. You know the border has gone wide open when even Democrats are calling for law and order. Published March 13, 2024

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks before walking with others across the Edmund Pettus Bridge commemorating the 59th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday voting rights march in 1965, Sunday, March 3, 2024, in Selma, Ala. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

Kamala Harris throws Israel under the bus

Vice President Kamala Harris called for an immediate cease-fire in Gaza, representing the sharpest rebuke yet from this White House to Israel to lay down arms against Hamas terrorists. Way to throw Israel under the bus, Kamala. Published March 5, 2024

Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally Saturday, March 2, 2024, in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Trump — winning, despite attackers shifting into high gear

Donald Trump is raking in the wins, and carrying about a 5-point lead over President Biden among the nation's registered voters, a New York Times/Siena College poll just found. With women -- he's gaining. With minorities -- he's gaining. With gays -- he's fulfilling their "wildest dreams." Wait. What? Published March 4, 2024

A Bible rests on the lawn of Community Baptist Church amongst storm debris Monday, Dec. 11, 2023, in Nashville, Tenn. The church was destroyed when severe storms came through over the weekend. Members of the church were trapped and injured inside the building during the storm on Saturday. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

Christian nationalists to the rescue! America needs more

Democrats are up-in-arms because a pastor from California, Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, dared pray in Congress -- as an invited guest chaplain of Speaker Mike Johnson -- in a manner that advanced the truths of the Bible. How dare he. Right? Published March 1, 2024