Daily Archives: November 7, 2017

What They’re NOT Telling You About Sutherland

Was it an anti-Christian hate crime? Is the press encouraging mass murder?

They Don’t Know My God.

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Regular Daily Stuff

Journalists Retell Their Election Night Horror Stories
‘People were throwing up. People were on the floor crying’
“Crooked Media” podcast host and former senior political correspondent for MTV News Ana Marie Cox recalled how some of her friends worried about their future.
“A Muslim colleague of mine called his mother. She was worried he was going to be the victim of violence at any moment,” Cox said. “A colleague who is gay and married was on the phone with her wife saying, ‘They’re not going to take this damn ring away from me.'”
Editor of the New Yorker David Remnick discussed his sudden revelation that journalists need to “put pressure on power,” once Trump was elected.

Trump’s Koigate Is Fake News Spun by Shameless White House Press Corps
An otherwise uneventful photo op with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been falsely spun by the White House press corps as a massive diplomatic blunder.
During the photo op, Trump and Abe were feeding koi in a pond below the balcony with spoons.
After several spoonfuls, PM Abe dumps his box of fish food into the pond. Trump follows in kind.

Watch as Donald Trump totally gives up on feeding fish in Japan

CNN Deceptively Edits to Preserve Anti-Trump Narrative

Fox News yanks Tom Steyer ad calling for Trump’s impeachment
What was Fox thinking agreeing to run his ad in the first place, let alone running it during “Fox & Friends,” POTUS’s favorite show? Steyer must have paid them a small fortune to make it worth their while, knowing how Trump himself and Fox’s extremely pro-Trump audience would react.

Menendez could remain in Senate even if he’s convicted
Republicans would likely try to expel the New Jersey lawmaker, but Democrats are expected to delay.
But expelling Menendez — even if he is convicted of a felony — might not be that easy.
Republicans need a two-thirds majority in the Senate to agree to expel a member, which means they would need Democratic votes. With partisan tensions so high — Democrats are still bitter that Republicans denied President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland the seat last year, among a host of other issues — they are in no mood to cooperate with the GOP majority.

Democrat Ted Lieu Walks Out of Moment of Silence for Texas Victims
My colleagues right now are doing a moment of silence in the House of Representatives chambers. I respect their right to do that, and I myself have participated in many of them.
But I can’t do this again. I’ve been to too many moments of silences [sic]. In just my short career in Congress, three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.

The heroes of Sutherland Springs
Any gun-control measure that is sweeping enough to make a dent in the country’s gun stock and render gun ownership difficult enough to, at the margins, keep firearms out of the hands of psychopaths will inevitably affect law-abiding people as well. In places like rural Texas that would rightly be considered a serious imposition.
Without a gun, if something goes wrong, the only option is sitting and waiting for the authorities to show up.
And the likes of Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff, obviously, aren’t the waiting kind.

Donna Brazile ACTUALLY CHALLENGED Clinton’s Top Male Staffers To A Dick Measuring Contest

Kellyanne Conway Turns the Tables on CNN’s Brian Stelter
CNN has unfortunately, as Conway correctly notes, recast itself from a network that at least pretended not to be liberal – which introduced an element of balance into its coverage – to one that is clearly over on the left with MSNBC.
So, faced immediately with a predictably hostile line of questioning, Conway fought back and made CNN the issue instead of President Trump.

The obligatory “If you ask for a ‘lawyer dog,’ are you invoking your right to counsel?” post
A few days old but no less shocking with the passage of time.
“This is how I feel, if y’all think I did it, I know that I didn’t do it so why don’t you just give me a lawyer dog ’cause this is not what’s up.” The punctuation, arguably critical to Demesme’s use of the sobriquet “dog,” was provided by the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office in a brief, and then adopted by Louisiana Associate Supreme Court Justice Scott J. Crichton.
The charges: Aggravated rape and indecent behavior with a juvenile. That’s heavy stuff, not the sort of defendant whom a judge is eager to let walk away on a technicality. What happened here, I think, is that the court went looking for a reason to ignore Demesme’s request for an attorney, fearing that he was a very dangerous offender, and seized on that conditional “if y’all think I did it” to claim that he never unambiguously asked for one




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Another Democrat Hate Ad Surfaces in Virginia

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2017_11 07 Hacks first day of release

McAuliffe also declared that Democrats would sweep the November 7 races in his state.


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Trump’s statement about Sutherland Springs

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families of today’s murderous attack in Sutherland Springs, Texas. This horrible act of evil occurred as the victims and their families were in their place of sacred worship. We cannot put into words the pain and grief we all feel, and we cannot begin to imagine the suffering of those who lost the ones they loved. Our hearts are broken.

“But in dark times such as these, Americans do what we do best: we pull together. We join hands. We lock arms. And through the tears and the sadness, we stand strong.

“My Administration is providing its full support to the state and local authorities investigating this horrible crime. I have spoken with Governor Abbott, and we offer our thanks to the first responders who ultimately stopped the suspect and rendered immediate and lifesaving aid to the victims of this shooting. I will continue to follow developments closely.

“All of America is praying to God to help the wounded and the families – we will never leave their side.”

– President Donald J. Trump, November 5, 2017


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True Snark from the Babylon Bee

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ATLANTA, GA—According to sources close to local 32-year-old John Rettner, the man recently stated that “praying doesn’t help anything,” while his own idea of helping is just trolling under activist hashtags on Facebook and Twitter.

After every national tragedy and disaster, the man can be seen making fun of those offering “thoughts and prayers” while the only thing he himself has ever contributed to help those in need is his Facebook posts, sources confirmed.

“All your guys’ thoughts and prayers don’t do anything,” he wrote in a lengthy rant online. “Unlike you religious plebs, I’m committed to help out my fellow man by calling people names on social media.”

The man’s generous aid package for those hurt in recent tragedies has included “savage” memes mocking those who offer to pray for the victims, brutal comebacks on religious family members’ posts, and utilizing popular hashtags to self-righteously promote his positions on social issues.

“We can’t just sit around offering thoughts and prayers. We have to take action by attacking people online,” he said later.


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Day of Reckoning in Virginia

There’s been a pitched battle taking place in Virginia for months. It will all come to a head today. Ed Gillespie, former head of the RNC and Vietnam veteran is facing a typical socialist hack named Ralph Northam to replace the vile, repugnant Terry Mcauliffe. McAuliffe literally stole the governor’s mansion with illegal votes and looks like he has plans to do it again in the future. Democrats just can’t let go… ever.

Democrats Getting Last Minute Willies In VA Gov Race, And Did Ralph Northam Lie About His Military Career?
In a few hours, the polls will open in Virginia. Democratic candidate Ralph Northam, the lieutenant governor of the state, is in a tight race with Republican Ed Gillespie. This shouldn’t have been a big issue for Democrats. Incumbent Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe is popular. It’s the only southern state that Hillary Clinton won. It’s trending bluish—and Donald Trump is not popular here. And yet, here we are—one of the most critical races of the year, though some Virginia voters probably don’t even know that tomorrow is Election Day.

Jill Vogel on Tuesday’s Virginia Election: ‘This Will Define the Future of Virginia for a Generation’
Virginia Republican lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Jill Vogel told Matthew Boyle, Breitbart News’s Washington political editor, on Breitbart News Saturday SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 that Tuesday’s Virginia election “will define the future of Virginia for a generation.”
Vogel added, “I have never seen an election where the stakes were higher or where the rhetoric and the vile nature of the messaging from the Democrats had such an impact on an election

Barbara Favola Calls Virginia Republicans ‘Evil’

Things Fall Apart: Last Days Of Virginia Governor’s Race Has Democrats In A ‘Circular Firing Squad’
Northam, who is the lieutenant governor of the state, boasted about being the deciding vote in the state Senate that blocked banning sanctuary cities. The Virginia Democrat surely isn’t acting like he’s in the lead. In fact, the attacks on Republican Ed Gillespie in the past few days have reeked of desperation. There must be something in the internal polling that has him and his people spooked because this has become a campaign that seems to be going off the hinges. First, Democracy for Action, the progressive group that called Northam’s campaign “racist” after the sanctuary city position reversal.
DFAaction announced tonight it would no longer support @RalphNortham, called his campaign “racist”

Northam Insists There is Enthusiasm And Unity in Governor’s Race

Ralph Northam’s Top Ten Blunders During Virginia Governor Race
Virginia Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam’s campaign experienced many setbacks during his race for Virginia governor against Republican candidate Ed Gillespie.
Ten of Ralph Northam’s greatest blunders are:

PBS Analyst: If Dems Lose In Virginia, It’ll Be ‘Close to Civil War Within the Democratic Party’
With statewide elections on Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey, the PBS NewsHour week-in-review segment strangely focused on Democrats for a change. Liberal analyst Mark Shields shocked PBS anchor Judy Woodruff by saying if Virginia’s Democratic candidate for governor, Ralph Northam, can’t defeat Republican Ed Gillespie with his alleged Trump baggage, there will be hell to pay:
But I will say this, that it’s proof, more than anything else, to me of how little Barack Obama cared about the Democratic Party or about politics. He was great at getting elected. He got a national majority twice in a row. Nobody had done that since Eisenhower. He was leaving the party $24 million in debt, therefore, vulnerable to Hillary Clinton’s coterie of big givers. Bernie Sanders didn’t have big givers, as we know.

Republican Ed Gillespie: A Reagan conservative tries to appeal and prevail in the age of Trump
Gillespie, communications ace, former lobbyist, and senior aide to President George W. Bush, will find out Tuesday if Virginia voters will send a Reagan conservative to the Virginia governor’s mansion in the era of Donald Trump.
Should Gillespie succeed, he would become the first Republican elected statewide in Virginia since Bob McDonnell led his party’s sweep of statewide offices in 2009. He would likely have a GOP-controlled legislature to pass a broad agenda of bills he could sign into law.

Wanda Sykes Urges Virginia Residents To Vote Against White Supremacy Enablers In Election PSA

“When the violence of White Supremacists in Charlottesville Virginia shocked the nation, Republican president Donald Trump failed to condemn it,” Sykes says in the 80-second clip. “In Virginia, the Republican candidate for Governor, Ed Gillespie, who has been endorsed by Donald Trump, has been complicit.”

Virginia Gov. (and Longtime Clinton Pal) Terry McAuliffe Rips Brazile Book: ‘Nobody Cares’
Appearing on MSNBC with Katy Tur, McAuliffe — himself a former DNC chair — didn’t mince words when asked about Brazile’s claims.
“Nobody cares about what Donna Brazile has said in a book,” McAuliffe said. “Nobody.”
“Let me be clear, and you can play this back on Wednesday morning,” McAuliffe told Tur. “We are going to win the governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general [races].”
The chat concluded with a cringe-worthy exchange between Tur — who’d pressed on the softening poll numbers and the Donna Brazile claims — and McAuliffe.
“Katy, you gotta enjoy life a little bit more,” McAuliffe said.


‘Morning Joe’ Panel Questions Odds of Northam Winning Gubernatorial Race

D.C. Democratic Mayor: Gillespie’s Tax Cuts Are Going to ‘Kill Us’

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D.) spoke on Saturday at a “Get Out The Vote” canvassing event in Arlington, Va. where she claimed Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie’s tax cuts will “kill us.”
Speaking with Democratic supporters and campaign volunteers, Bowser talked about the importance of believing “climate change is real” and said Democrats will focus on transportation and education before mentioning Republican candidate Ed Gillespie’s plan for tax cuts.

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