Category: Politics

It’s all made up. Former DNI Director James Clapper says there’s no evidence. Trump’s accountant has shown there’s no financial ties.

Among the Democrats who are pressing all of this:

What do they have? They have conspiracy theories. They have the testimony of a Hillary loyalist, Sally Yates, called out by name in Podesta’s emails. They have collusion between John Brennan and the Hillary campaign to manufacture this entire set of allegations.

I basically think the President should appoint a special prosecutor whenever there’s any hint of impropriety, even for something as made up as the Russia charges. So good, and it’s one more special prosecutor than Obama ever appointed – as Trump has rightly pointed out.

But there should be a second special prosecutor appointed, because there was one other scandal that became hopelessly political in Comey’s wake: the Hillary emails.

Of course not. He was a Democrat so couldn’t be in the wrong.

The link lists a few examples, but I think those are minor compared to some of the things he did with, for instance, the Fast and Furious investigation.

I mean, technically a party can do whatever they want to decide their nominee, but I sure wouldn’t wasn’t the electorate catching me backing that position if I was in their shoes.

Trump has put together a bipartisan commission to look into voter fraud, which is out course an offensive move to every Democrat insistent that the election was hacked.

They want the narrative without the accountability of any sort of truth or facts.

According to a new book by Clinton insiders.

Well, it’s certainly what the media has wanted to focus on rather than the details of Democrat misbehavior that have been coming to light.

A lot of the left didn’t realize they were supposed to be outraged until they heard the signal.

Maxine Waters is angry because firing Comey was supposed to be Hillary’s job.

John Podesta managed to switch from advocate to angry within 7 hours.

Chuck Schumer also seems to be suffering from whiplash.

The New York Times didn’t mind when Bill Clinton did the same thing.

It’s status as a repeal and replace bill is…dubious, as well as what it will do to healthcare in the country. Democrats think this is a huge boost to them, but honestly I think this is mostly about getting the pressure off Paul Ryan and the House to produce something, and getting that pressure to the Senate. If the Senate doesn’t produce a plan, that’s what people will remember, not whatever the House produced that went nowhere. And if the Senate does pass something, what people will end up remembering is whatever ends up passing after reconciliation.

First the failure with the Obamacare repeal, and now he produces this garbage, which is pretty much a line item list of all the things Democrats want and none of the things Republicans want.


And somehow Paul Ryan thinks it’s worth fighting to the point of a government shutdown later, but not now. Dude, Democrats own the media, Republicans will never not be blamed for a shutdown.

Rush Limbaugh is right in wondering why anyone voted Republican if this is how they govern. Democrats are rightly celebrating their victory and fundraising over it.

The Anti-Trump Astroturfing

Of course the Democrat party is helping plan the protests. And just like during the election, do you really think they’re not encouraging the violence they want to see here?

Funny, that…

Under their own rules, that’s flat out racism.

Lefty Activist Rushes Le Pen

And only gets stopped a few feet away from her.

He doesn’t live there, and his campaign funding didn’t come from there.


Islamophobia and people paying more attention to conservatives.

Terrorists and killers have never been the real enemy of leftists.

First they tried to pepper spray Trump supporters and got pummeled for it, and then they got arrested and face felony charges.

I wonder at what point self awareness will develop and they’ll learn that their political violence is the fascism they’re so concerned about?

Back in 2015, and a replica of that bill is just sitting in committee.

It’s not moving forward with bills like this that makes the GOP look incompetent.

How he feels Trump intends the order based on Trump’s campaign rhetoric.

That sounds like quite the strong legal argument, there.

As they scream through an opening prayer and the pledge of allegiance.