Definition: Annoying or causing trouble:
Example: No matter how often I weed the garden, those pesky weeds keep coming back.
Let’s hope their criminal acts are also inept. And whether they succeed in stealing these elections or not, they should face jail time and the strongest legal political tactics @realDonaldTrump, and the @GOP can muster. No mercy. This is no time to be nice. @TheJusticeDept
— Alan Berkelhammer (@AlanBerkelham) November 9, 2018
Some brutally honest advice for our young men these days: pic.twitter.com/lSqrWTm9ih
— Maverick (@RodStryker) October 3, 2018
by Rich Logis
The only way to turn a purple state red is the old-fashioned way: driving America First voters to the polls, and outnumbering the tens of millions of anti-American voters throughout the country.
Is the blue wave all of us keep hearing about in the Democrat-media industrial complex for real? Most states are blue states or purple states, and the only way to turn a purple state red is the old-fashioned way: driving America First Republicans and Independents to the polls, and outnumbering the tens of millions of anti-American voters throughout the country.
President Trump has kept most of his promises, and our nation needs lawmakers who will fulfill the promises they make as candidates. An elected leader’s word must be his bond with his or her constituents.
Because politics is sales, it’s the perception of a potential blue wave, not the reality, that will either drive America First voters to the polls, or keep them home. Don’t underestimate the perception the DMIC [Democratic Media Industrial Complex] has cultivated amongst Democrat voters that the blue wave is real [Bold type, mine].
In any election in which a Republican loses, the excuses are predictable: voter fraud; the media; George Soros. Although there is often some truth in the excuses, President Trump seems to be the only Republican consistently hammering home the importance of getting out to vote. Staying home on Election Day, in most parts of the country, is a vote for the Democrat candidate. Read the rest of this article at the federalist.com.