Daily Archives: November 20, 2018

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2018_11 20 Qatar prolife sculptures

KLEENEX ALERT: As California’s wildfire approached the town, Rachelle Sanders’ baby was born via C-section. When the order came to evacuate, emergency workers put her and her son in a wheelchair with other patients waiting for transportation. As orange glowed in the digger pines, needles aflame, the staff began loading patients into each other’s cars. The Sanders were hustled into a sedan with strangers. Her intravenous line hung from the rear view mirror. No seat belt, because of her incision. She slipped a mask over the baby’s mouth and nose and covered her own face with her pink hospital gown. Traffic was jammed with people trying to escape, and the flames got so close that they melted the plastic taillights on the vehicle they were in. Some people jumped out of their cars and began to run away on foot, but that was not possible for Sanders. She told a stranger beside her in the vehicle, “If it comes down to it, if you have to run, take the baby. Leave me behind.” When others were panicking and fearing for their own lives, she thought only of her son. Sanders is a true heroine. Thank God, she and those in the car did narrowly escape the flames. The Sanders family lost their home, but Rachelle and her newborn son have been reunited with her husband and two older children.


IF YOU HAVE A STRONG STOMACH: Go to this link and read what some SICK pro-abortion, anti-lifer has done to persecute this strong, brave woman. I can’t deal with trying to share it with you here.

CARAVAN: The mayor of Tijuana, Mexico exposes the Left’s b.s. about the invasion of illegals, drug dealers, and gangs. The media is SILENT about this, because it’s tough to call Mexicans “racist bigots” for defending their own homes.

2018_11 20 Bread and socialism

DEMOCRAT FEUDALISM: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio says. “If I had my druthers, the city government would determine every single plot of land, how development would proceed. And there would be very stringent requirements around income levels and rents. That’s a world I’d love to see.” Yeah, like THAT’s not at all scary. It’s just like Obamacare, which presumed to put government bureaucrats in charge of deciding what private doctors and hospitals could and could not do for their patients. We know what happens with socialized health care: prices go up, quality and availability go down. The same thing also happens wherever government gets too much power over what private property owner can and cannot do with their own land and buildings, because EVERY city that has stringent rent control ALSO has housing shortages and sky high rents.


2018_11 20 gun rape

SECOND AMENDMENT: The NRA’s Colion Noir tweeted, “Majority of these shootings happen in gun free zones and pro gun control folks will crack jokes like, ‘Where was the good guy with a gun now?’ Seriously? You say we need more gun laws but when we obey the laws we have by not bringing guns into gun free zones you mock us for it.” This is absolutely spot on.

FACEBOOK: A majority of the current top stories on Facebook have been written by Conservative sites. Twitchy reports this phenomenon has provoked a whole lot of chin pulling and teeth gnashing by lefties who are Quite Sure it’s because Facebook is “broken.” The numbers are driven by the people who click on the stories because they presumably WANT to read them, but what they hey. Nate Silver (a Special Correspondent for ABC News) whined, “Kinda feels like Facebook has stopped even trying…” and Ben Shapiro (conservative political commentator) responded, “Kinda feels like you want Facebook to suppress conservative sources.” MAYBE what’s happening is that Facebook is finally trying to make sure all viewpoints have a place on their platform. If so, I’m guessing it’s got more to do with their bottom line than any desire to uphold the First Amendment. Conservatives read a lot. We get our news from social media, because the broadcast and print media suck. Reading equals clicks. Clicks equals ad revenue. QED.


REALITY IS HARD: After Sarah Palin mocked Alexandria for failing basic Civics with this howler — “If we work our butts off to make sure that we take back all three chambers of Congress — Uh, rather, all three chambers of government: the presidency, the Senate, and the House,” — Asha Rangappa tweeted, “Hey @SarahPalinUSA considering you can see Russia from your house maybe you could have been a patriot and given us a heads up that they were attacking America.” Rangappa is a former FBI Special Agent, CNN analyst, and director of admissions and a senior lecturer at Yale University’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, where she teaches National Security Law. But she doesn’t understand the difference between reality and a SNL skit. Yowza.

SOCIAL MEDIA MOB FAIL: A Chipotle manager was fired after an online video suggested that she didn’t want to serve black customers. The video went viral and the manager was fired. But an investigation revealed that the customers in question had ordered workers at the restaurant to make food several times and then refused to pay for the food. Chipotle offered the manager her job back.

TISSUE ALERT 2: This will MELT your heart!


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Buh-Bye, Jimbo!

Trump’s press secretary Sarah Sanders and communications chief Bill Shine announced that the White House has banned Jim Acosta (again), but this time, they’ve done it “formally” as the judge prescribed. Here’s the letter they sent him.

“We are writing to give you formal written notice that we have made a preliminary decision to suspend your hard pass due to your conduct at the President’s November 7, 2018 press conference. The president is aware of this preliminary decision and concurs. The factual basis for this preliminary decision to suspend your pass is as follows:

“As you know, President Trump has provided and extraordinary amount of access to journalists to ask questions, while operating an extremely open and transparent White House. The White House does not have a written code of conduct for journalists participating in presidential press conferences. We had not previously thought that set of formal rules for journalists’ behavior at press conferences was necessary. That is because it had previously been a widely shared understanding that:

(1) a journalist called upon to ask a question will ask a single question, and, having received a response, will yield the floor unless, at the discretion of the President or other White House official answering questions, a follow-up question or questions is permitted, after which follow-up(s), the journalist will then yield the floor; and

(2) when a journalist has had his or her question(s) answered, the journalist is expected to yield the floor and, when applicable, physically surrender any microphone the journalist is using to White House staff for use by the next questioner.

“These basic, commonsense practices are necessary for orderly press conferences that are fair to all journalists in attendance. They have served the public, the press, and the President well.

“Your behavior at a November 7 press conference violated the basic standards governing such events, and is, in our preliminary judgment, sufficient factual basis to revoke your hard pass. While this is our preliminary decision, we would be pleased to consider any material you would like to submit in response to it.

”Should you wish to contest this preliminary decision or the factual basis set forth in this letter, please submit a written response to us in writing via email by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 18, 2018. Should you not submit a response by that time, this preliminary decision will [be] final. You may submit that response by emailing it to one or both of us. We are happy to consider that response and any other materials you would like to submit before a final decision is made in this matter.

“Should you choose to contest this preliminary decision and submit a written response to this formal notice, we will consider your written response and will issue you a final determination in writing 3:00 p.m. on Monday, November 19, 2018. Of course, you will continue to maintain your hard pass while the Temporary Restraining Order issued on November 16, 2018, remains in effect.”

CNN has vowed to continue fighting the ban. Gateway Pundit notes news outlets that are defending Acosta, like the Daily Beast, actively worked to successfully get Breitbart and the Gateway Pundit banned from the Senate Press Gallery.



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Dream On, Witches

Feinstein and Harris would like to pick Trump’s judicial nominees for him

I’m sure the president values the opinions of two shameless, lying whores.

There are some tense negotiations getting underway in the Senate, specifically on the Judiciary Committee when it comes to some more of President Trump’s judicial nominees. Or at least two California Democrats would like to think so. Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris have sent a request to the White House in hopes of cutting a deal whereby they will agree to a couple of Trump’s nominees to the Ninth Circuit if he will, in turn, nominate a couple of people from their list.

So why would the President have to make a deal on any of the nominees? There was a time when things were more friendly in the Senate, but now the Democrats rarely cast a vote in favor of any of Trump’s candidates. He doesn’t exactly owe them a great deal of courtesy in these matters.

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President Trump:’Hell,No!’..Obama Judge: “Hell,Yes!’

Obama-appointed Judge blocks Trump admin’s migrant asylum crackdown, despite DHS warning

President Trump’s recent proclamation to help keep America safe was shot down by a federal judge in San Francisco on Monday.

In the face of an approaching ‘caravan’ of migrants headed towards the U.S. Trump issued a proclamation on November 9 that declared anyone who entered the United States illegally ineligible for asylum.

The order was immediately challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Constitutional Rights which sued the Trump administration.

U.S. District judge Jon S. Tigar, an Obama appointee, shot down the proclamation with a temporary restraining order.

Homeland Security officers issued a warning on Monday, stating the majority of migrants they are currently seeing are men, and more than 500 of them are known criminals.

How is it that someone who is not a U.S. citizen and whose first action upon coming to the U.S. is an illegal one, is entitled to Constitutional Rights as if they were a citizen?

Judge Tigar’s ruling is a huge slap in the face to both Mexico’s and U.S.’s safety, security and sovereignty.


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The Only Sure Deterrent

Report: Troops Stationed at the Border Will Be Given Authority to…

Of course, they will put the kids and the breeders out front for the camera, but the ones climbing the wall will be men. Sharpshooters would have to place a bullet in the brain of a few of these to make them think if a chance at living free is worth their life. Of course,it will never happen but there is only one way to stop an invading army … with deadly force.

According to a U.S. official, the White House will announce on Tuesday that active duty military members stationed at the United States-Mexico border will be granted the authority to defend border patrol agents, ABC News reported. As it currently stands, troops are allowed to defend themselves but cannot intervene if border patrol agents are swarmed by illegal aliens.

The decision is anticipated because of the 3,000 illegal aliens who are currently at the border. They originally came from Central America and made it to the United States-Mexico border through the caravan that traveled across Central and South America.

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Did You Expect Any Different?

UPDATE: Democrat Ben McAdams Retakes Lead Over Rep. Mia Love

More than twenty contests finished on election day had the republican winning, only to be stolen through massive vote fraud.

This is the first year Utah has had same-day voter registration, and in Salt Lake County, at least, about 9,000 of the 16,373 provisional ballots they have to count came from those same-day voters.

The bigger question is who will provisional ballots favor? There is a strong case to be made that they will favor McAdams.

Studies have shown that, nationwide, voters who cast provisional ballots tend to be younger and often minorities — those groups tend to vote for Democrats.

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Beggars Can’t Be Choosers

Honduran Migrant Complains About Free Meals Provided by Mexico – Calls it ‘Pig Food’

‘Pig Food’ for an ungrateful pig.

The Honduran woman interviewed by the reporter called the free meals given to her ‘pig food.’

“The food that they’re handing out here is terrible. Refried beans? As if they were feeding the pigs. If we don’t eat this, we will die of hunger,” the ungrateful Honduran migrant said.

Imagine how demanding these Hondurans will be once they cross over into the United States.

They will demand free housing, medical care, food stamps and education for their families.


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Corruption Pays

Michelle Obama’s Memoir Sells 725,000 Copies on First Day

There are probably pallets of this garbage in the basement of some public union hall. It will probably be on the bargain table at Krochs and Brentano’s in a month. Obama voters are not noted for their literacy.

In Becoming, which was released Tuesday, Obama discussed her story as the wife of former President Barack Obama, how she faced racism growing up, and difficulties throughout her marriage.

The former first lady also devoted a portion of the memoir to denouncing President Donald Trump.

Obama made it clear in the book that she would “never” forgive Trump for questioning her husband’s birth certificate in 2011.

Trump later responded to Michelle Obama’s vow, promising he would “never forgive” former President Barack Obama for what he did to the nation’s military, dismissing her claim as a controversy created to sell her book.

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California,There It Went

This is precisely why they want to do away with the electoral college. They’re so much smarter than those old white men who wrote that Constitution thing.

New House: More Democrats from California than from 36 other states combined


Nearly 7 in 10 Democrats in the new House majority are from the East and West coasts, the latest sign of the party’s lack of connection with the heartland and South.

And even more dramatic, there will be more Democratic members from liberal California than from 36 other states combined, according to an analysis from the bipartisan Washington firm Mehlman, Castagnetti, Rosen, and Thomas.

“Democrats now dominate the coasts,” said the election analysis.

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Sorry,Chrissy And Bluebird; I Didn’t Write This

Our ladies are crazy smart and while away their leisure hours playing world class Scrabble games. I was an English major in college, but they’re way above my pay grade.

Sorry, Feminists, Men Are Better at Scrabble

Scrabble World Champion Nigel Richards displays his final winning board in London, Oct. 28.

The 2018 World Scrabble Championship was held last month in London. The champion, 51-year old Nigel Richards, played “groutier” (meaning “sulky”) for the winning 68 points. This was Mr. Richards’s fourth world title in English Scrabble; he also took the French Scrabble title this year for the second time, even though he doesn’t speak French.

If Mr. Richards’s dominance of competitive Scrabble is clear, there is a less noticed but more significant pattern in the game: Since the World Scrabble Championship began in 1991, all winners have been male. The North American Scrabble Championship has had one female winner (in 1987) since its founding in 1978. All eight finalists in this year’s French World Scrabble Championships were men.


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