Daily Archives: August 12, 2018

Still the Obamas

I have often thought about how Obama spent the major portion of his time in office leading a hedonistic lifestyle. Vacationing, golfing, surfing, and playing basketball. The press saw nothing wrong with this, of course. He was the messiah.

President Trump rarely takes time off, and when he does, he goes to a property HE owns, not some wealthy donor. He’s handling bad actors like China, North Korea, Iran, and Russia on his own terms…and winning.

Still, the Kenyan half breed can do no wrong in the eyes of his adoring presstitutes.
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The Latest Liberal Standard Bearer

This is just sick. The woman got into a physical fight with her mother over money from selling t-shirts of her dead thug offspring. She’s still looking to cash in.

In memory of their son Michael Brown – Lesley (Lezley) McSpadden and step-dad Louis Head incited a riot in Ferguson after a grand jury refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson in November 2014.
Michael Brown’s parents were awarded $1.5 million by a sympathetic court after their son robbed a store, assaulted the store’s minority owner, attacked a cop, grabbed for his gun, charged the cop and was shot dead.
On Friday Lezley McSpadden announced she is running for city council in Ferguson. Continue reading


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If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Call a Cop

Florida Democrat Keeps Calling The Cops On Reporters She Doesn’t Like
Blaskey was covering a debate between Campbell and her Democratic opponent Jason Pizzo at the time

The Miami Herald reported:

A responding North Miami Beach officer who declined to give his name explained that police had been called by Campbell about threats made by a woman in a floral dress — a clear reference to the attire of Herald reporter Sarah Blaskey. Continue reading


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On Second Thought

DNC quickly reverses itself on recently imposed ban on Big Oil contributions

In June of this year, the Democratic National Committee voted to ban its accepting donations from fossil fuel companies.
The resolution ― proposed by Christine Pelosi, a party activist and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s daughter ― bars the organization from accepting contributions from corporate political action committees tied to the oil, gas and coal industries. The executive committee voted unanimously to approve the motion.
However, two months later, this ban has just been rescinded.

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