For years a certain journalist has wryly remarked “that the Democrats have the world’s most effective public-relations team: the U.S. media.” This has now been proven yet again.
President Trump said that the Republican Party is “waiting with open arms” to welcome Jewish voters fleeing the “total disrespect” they have been shown by Democrats.
Such is Joe Biden’s zeal to win the presidency at the age of 78 that he’s helping the radical Left and the feminist sisterhood rewrite history.
Citing “Equality” Act, Black Pastor Warns That Congressional Black Caucus and NAACP Are “More Dangerous Than KKK”Written by Alex Newman
Blasting the so-called “Equality Act” moving its way through Congress with the support of every single member of the Congressional Black Caucus, a prominent Black pastor from the D.C. area warned that the CBC “has become more dangerous to African Americans than the KKK.” Reverend Dr. Randy Lancaster-Short also slammed the NAACP. Among other concerns, he pointed to the organization's support for the anti-Christian “Equality Act” (HR 5) and other policies harmful to Black Americans such as abortion, illegal immigration, sanctuary cities, amnesty, and so on. That makes the NAACP “a greater existential threat to the survival of Blacks than the Ku Klux Klan, the Nazis, rogue cops, and assorted racial terrorists past or present,” he warned.
Hopefully, Jerome Corsi's lawsuit against Robert Mueller will contribute to reining in prosecutorial abuse by future special counsels.
The special counsel’s report on the Trump campaign’s “collusion” with Russia during the 2016 campaign is in. According to a four-page summary submitted to Congress and made public Sunday, Robert Mueller and his team found no collusion and no obstruction of justice.
Mueller will not announce new indictments, which means he did not uncover evidence of putative high crimes and misdemeanors that could lead to an impeachment, the end-game of the anti-Trump Deep State Left.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had been accused of stealing tips from a coworker at a bar where she once waitressed. Yet she also could perhaps be accused of helping steal the jobs, in a manner of speaking, from workers at its sister establishment, in which she also waitressed. This is because iconic New York City restaurant The Coffee Shop closed its doors forever — largely because of its state’s new $15 minimum wage — which Ocasio-Cortez supported.
President Donald Trump has asked the former economic advisor to his campaign, economist and writer Stephen Moore — a Fed critic — if he would accept a nomination to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.