‘Indivisible’ Anti-Trump Strategy: Obstruct. Disrupt. Sabotage. Delay. Defame. Accuse. Investigate. Agitate. ImpeachWritten by William F. Jasper
A new activist handbook provides a how-to program for “progressive” Democrats to take back the White House, as well as the Senate, and expand their new majority in the House of Representatives.
The decision means Acosta can return to the White House and continue disrupting press conferences and arguing with the president with leftist talking points disguised as questions.
It is hypocritical to say vote fraud hardly ever happens, but to charge it every time you lose a close election, as is the case in Georgia.
VIDEO - William F. Jasper discusses with Christian Gomez about the effects the big media as well as internet giants Facebook, Twitter, and Google had on the midterm elections. Republicans lost some seats in the House, but William points out that it's not as bad as devastating as the media is making it out to be. Jasper also reflects on the potential changes that will be happening from the results.
As interesting and entertaining as a rematch of the 2016 presidential election might be, a new Democrat poll shows that it's an unlikely scenario.
The White House has answered CNN’s lawsuit seeking a court’s relief in the expulsion of anti-Trump reporter Jim Acosta.
If Republicans are looking for a good reason to stop the migrant caravan heading for the southern U.S. border, last week’s midterm election results in Texas ought to provide one.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fired back at CNN today after the anti-Trump network filed a lawsuit to reinstate the press pass of reporter Jim Acosta.
Big Media, Big Tech and Big Money failed in their huge effort to create a Blue Wave, but they did help the Democrat-Left retake the House of Representatives.