What do the leftists want? .. CONTROL

Sept. 20, 2018: Former French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, who is head of the former National Front party – now National Rally - revealed on Twitter her shock and anger at being ordered to undertake a psychiatric assessment. The unusual summoning is in relation to Le Pen having tweeted out gruesome propaganda images from terror group ISIS that showed the bodies of people having been executed by the Islamic State. 

Marine Le Pen posted the ISIS pictures just a few weeks after the Paris terror attacks in November 2015 in which 130 people were killed. The images included a photo of the decapitated body of US journalist James Foley. "Daesh is this!" Le Pen wrote in a caption, using an Arabic acronym for ISIS.

In March, Le Pen was charged with circulating “violent messages that incite terrorism or pornography or seriously harm human dignity” and that can be viewed by a minor. The crime is punishable by up to three years in prison and a fine of 75,000 euros ($91,000). And as part of their investigation magistrates in Nanterre near Paris have ordered Le Pen to visit a psychiatrist for an expert assessment. 

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This is the same way the old Soviet Union used to handle inconvenient citizens.
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Trump's top 2016 pollster: "It was literally about four counties in Florida, one county in Michigan"

Posted by  | Dec 5, 2016 

“When you really drill down on this election, change the vote in five counties, four in Florida, one in Michigan, we’d be having a totally opposite conversation right now,” said pollster Tony Fabrizio at a Harvard University forum.

“For all the money that was spent, for the all the effort that was made, literally four counties in Florida, one county in Michigan puts us at 261 [electoral] votes and makes Hillary Clinton the president. So, remember that.”

Those who have studied the election tallies closely say that he almost certainly was referring to Macomb in Michigan. Macomb is an obvious conclusion because the county gave Trump a 50,000-vote edge while the billionaire businessman pulled off his upset victory in the state by just 10,000 votes

In Florida it was a reference to four of these five: Lee County (Fort Myers), Pasco (Dade City), Polk (Bartow), Pinellas (Clearwater) and Volusia (Daytona Beach) all areas that were key in delivering his 1.2 percent margin of victory.

Read it all @ Close Race

Donald J. Trump (REP)  . . . . 143,007 

Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) . 109,091

Trump won Volusia +33,916

Trump won Florida +112,911.

Volusia County's margin of victory represented 30% of the total Trump margin of victory in FL.

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A private survey shows many Republican voters “don’t believe there is anything at stake” in the midterm elections.

Internal RNC Poll: Complacent Trump Voters May Cost GOP Control of Congress

A leaked survey conducted for the Republican National Committee (RNC) found that a majority of President Trump’s supporters don’t believe that Democrats have a chance to win back the House during November’s midterm elections.

Bloomberg Business on Tuesday published the survey, completed by Public Opinion Strategies polling firm on Sept. 2. The results are likely to augment GOP fears about Trump's base not showing up for the midterms, when the president himself will not be on the ballot but House and Senate majorities are in play.

A number of election forecasters project that Democrats have an excellent chance of netting more than the 23 seats they need to take over the House majority, but half of self-identified Republicans told the poll they didn’t believe in the “blue wave.”

A report on the poll was sent to RNC officials urging them to convince Trump supporters that the threat from Democrats was real and that they needed to show up to vote in November. 

Read it all @ GOP Voters Asleep - By Joshua Green -

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What the Democrat Party is selling U.S. is toxic snake oil. But socialism is preventable: Vote Republican.

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A month after Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro imposed a mandatory 60-fold wage increase (the fifth such increase this year), nearly 40 percent of all Venezuelan stores have closed. Furthermore, businesses in Venezuela cannot offset the wage increases by raising prices because Maduro’s socialist regime has also imposed price controls, arguing that price increases are not necessary.

“These decisions are leading many business people to say, ‘No, I can’t do it any more,’” Maria Carolina Uzcategui, president of the National Council of Commerce and Services of Venezuela, was quoted by Miami Herald reporter Antonio Maria Delgado as saying.“

And anyone who protests against these measures runs the risk of going to jail, without the right to appeal, without the right to anything, simply because the official whose turn it was to inspect the store just felt like arresting you. He did it, and that’s all,” Uzcategui continued.

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Download Your 2018 Midterm Elections Countdown Clock. It's Time.

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We don't need any more Democrats in office. They just make everything worse for U.S. Please vote ..
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Trump will lose 60 seats in the House, like Obama did during first midterm. Unless ...

What's the Unless...?

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53,616

 

79,641

The top number is Volusia County GOP who voted in the August primary. 

The bottom number is Volusia County GOP who did not vote.

 

Unless we vote, we will have government by leftists.

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In a newly released video, Google executives reveal their contempt for We The People

"A video recorded by Google shortly after the 2016 presidential election reveals an atmosphere of panic and dismay amongst the tech giant’s leadership, coupled with a determination to thwart both the Trump agenda and the broader populist movement emerging around the globe."

You can watch the video at Google Bias Revealed

A highlight of this meeting is when their Chief Financial Officer addresses the group:

  • (00:13:10) CFO Ruth Porat appears to break down in tears when discussing the election result.
  • (00:15:20) Porat promises that Google will “use the great strength and resources and reach we have to continue to advance really important values.”
  • (00:16:50) Stating “we all need a hug,” she then instructs the audience of Google employees to hug the person closest to them.

It's hard to keep in mind while watching this video that these are very powerful media people. It seems behind their big salaries and important titles .. they're just more crazy snowflakes without a clue. The difference of course is that they can (and do) manipulate how we receive our information.

That makes them dangerous ideologues. 

Join the fight ... 

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After 46 years as a politician, can you name one thing Bill Nelson has done for Florida? 

Rick Scott to the U.S. Senate:

'Let's Get To Work'

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After 46 years in office, can you name one thing Bill Nelson has done for Florida? 

No one can.

Now he wants another 6 year term.

Enough. You can help retire this career politician

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Joe Biden, Planned Parenthood and Charlie Crist. They all endorse Nancy Soderberg.

Here's Nancy .. leftover from the Bill Clinton era.

Endorsements

Former Vice President Joe Biden,

Former Fl. governor Charlie Crist,

Former candidate for Fl. governor Alex Sink.

Also, the following organizations:

NARAL Pro-Choice America,

Indivisible United Florida

LGBTA Democratic Caucus

J Street PAC

New Dem PAC,

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's “Red to Blue.”

End Citizens United

Planned Parenthood Action Fund.

Nancy Soderberg may as well be Nancy Pelosi.

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Vote for Michael Waltz

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 6

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Join the Red Wave..

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Andrew Gillum has excited Democrats and their media. They have big plans for him.

Will Florida Take a Left Turn?

A lot is riding on Andrew Gillum, the progressive nominee for governor.

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum speaking during a Democratic gubernatorial debate in Fort Myers, Fla., July 18.
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With a Bernie Sanders-backed progressive facing off against a populist conservative favored by Donald Trump, the Florida gubernatorial race might turn out to be a dry run for the 2020 presidential election. But first, it could set the stage for a long-overdue debate among Democrats.

The Democratic nominee, Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, advocates Medicare for all, increasing the state corporate tax rate to 7.75% from 5.5%, and boosting the minimum wage to $15 from $8.25. In a statement issued during the primary campaign, Mr. Gillum endorsed “a comprehensive immigration overhaul that includes abolishment of ICE in its current form to be replaced with a more compassionate and focused agency that actually keeps us safer.”

The Republican, Ron DeSantis, who recently resigned his seat in Congress, supports President Trump’s agenda down the line. He sports a 100% rating from the National Right to Life Committee, 94% from the Club for Growth, and 93% from the National Rifle Association. At the other end of the spectrum, he receives 0% ratings from the NAACP and the Human Rights Campaign and 3% from the League of Conservation Voters. His website features endorsements from Sean Hannity and Mark Levin as well as the president.

Progressives argued that nominating business-friendly candidates favorable to suburban voters was a failed strategy. The alternative was to select a candidate who could inspire urban-based racial and ethnic minorities to go to the polls along with unmarried women and young progressives.

Andrew Gillum is that candidate, and much is riding on how he does. If he can mobilize his base without scaring away too many moderate and suburban voters, he will be the next governor of Florida. More than that, he will have blazed the trail for progressives seeking the Democratic presidential nomination.

Read it all @ Governor Gillum  

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