To be a liberal requires one to immediately relinquish 10-20 IQ points. With absurdities such as:
– “Walls don’t work”
– “Trump colluded with Russia”
– “High taxes are good for the economy” &
– “Life doesn’t begin at conception”
it’s no wonder they appeal to emotion, not reason.
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) January 14, 2019
— Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) January 14, 2019
NBC New York described a January 9, 2019, alleged home invasion suspect whom a resident had to shoot as an “unwanted house visitor.”
Breitbart News reported that the home invasion suspect was allegedly armed when he attempted to enter the home and the resident wrestled away his gun and shot him with it. The suspect, 29-year-old Terrence Coulanges, died after being transported to a hospital.
NBC New York tweeted:
Police say a New Jersey man fought off an unwanted house visitor by using the suspect’s own gun, ultimately killing him https://t.co/1WHJSynccb
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) January 11, 2019
Read the rest of this article at breitbart.com.
A partial transcript: …Now let’s keep a few things in mind when you watch Schumer and Pelosi. They’re
pathological liars. They’ve been in Congress over half a century. What the hell have they done about the border? Nothing! They’re part of the scam artists. They get amnesty, legalization, citizenship and never secure the border. They spend billions and trillions more, more debt more deficits on the redistribution of wealth from two hundred billion dollars a year on illegal aliens one more time. They fooled Reagan, They fooled Bush 41 & fooled Bush 43, but they’re not gonna’ fool Donald Trump…
Levin then goes on to set the record straight about the negative effects of illegal immigration.
Well, then, why do you have one? https://t.co/3hTIvJWbMu
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 6, 2019
President Trump has been criticized immensely by Democrats over his immigration policy in the United States. Not too long ago though, the Democratic Party was not all that distant from his point of view.
This is what we’ve been waiting for. Now let’s see who will cover it.
President Donald Trump announced on Monday his plan to deliver a prime-time address from the White House on border security on Tuesday.
“I am pleased to inform you that I will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Tuesday night at 9:00 P.M. Eastern.”
Read the rest of this article at breitbart.com.
Updates: Networks agree to air Trump’s border security address, but they demand equal time.
Ex-Israeli mayor: Our border wall cut illegal crossings to ZERO https://t.co/BYbiTxFj1F
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 7, 2019
by Victor Davis Hanson:
Imagine the following: The IRS sends you, John Q. Citizen, a letter alleging you have not complied with U.S. tax law. In the next paragraph, the tax agency then informs you that it needs a series of personal and business documents. Indeed, it will be sending agents out to discuss your dilemma and collect the necessary records.
But when the IRS agents arrive, you explain to them that you cannot find about 50 percent of the documents requested, and have no idea whether they even exist. You sigh that both hard copies of pertinent information have unfortunately disappeared and hard drives were mysteriously lost.
You nonchalantly add that you smashed your phone, tablet, and computer with a hammer. You volunteer that, of those documents you do have, you had to cut out, blacken or render unreadable about 30 percent of the contents. After all, you have judged that the redacted material either pertains to superfluous and personal matters such as weddings and yoga, or is of such a sensitive nature that its release would endanger your company or business or perhaps even the country at large.
You also keep silent that you have a number of pertinent documents locked up in a safe hidden in your attic unknown to the IRS. Let them find it, you muse. And when the agents question your unilateral decisions over hours of interrogatories, you remark to them on 245 occasions that you have no memory of your acts—or you simply do not have an answer for them.
In some instances, you state things that are not true, cannot be true by any stretch of the imagination, and contradict things you have said in the past—and you make it clear that you don’t think much of such inconsistencies. When pressed with contradictory evidence, you nonchalantly reply that you gave the “least untruthful” answer.
What would happen to you, a typical American citizen, should you follow this current Washington model of erasing, redacting, omitting, forgetting, and lying? Read the rest of this article at americangreatness.com.
by John Nolte:
As the freshman senator from Utah, Mitt Romney is a long way from the presidency. That has to be especially tough on a two-time presidential loser with You-Know-Who sitting in the Oval Office, a guy who took the brass ring by doing the exact opposite of what you did.
My opinion of Mitt Romney has changed over the years. When he lost the Republican nomination to John McCain in 2008, I thought he was a classy guy with a future. When he lost the general election to Barack Obama in 2012, I thought he was a good man with a glass jaw. When he repeatedly got on his high horse to sabotage Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016, I thought he was an opportunistic sleaze bag gorging on sour grapes and his own monstrously selfish sense of virtue.
— Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) January 4, 2019