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This is the Democrat Party, y’all… Unmasked, violent, racist, antisemitic, and desperate to prioritize illegal immigrants over American citizens and legal immigrants.
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Democrats are sounding the alarm that swing voters know and dislike socialism, warning it could cost them the House and the presidency. The poll is making the rounds of some of the most influential Democrats in America.
- Ocasio-Cortez was recognized by 74% of voters in the poll; 22% had a favorable view.
- Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota was recognized by 53% of the voters; 9% (not a typo) had a favorable view.
- Socialism was viewed favorably by 18% of the voters and unfavorably by 69%.
- Capitalism was 56% favorable; 32% unfavorable.
This so-called “Squad,” or Leninist Girl Scout Troop from Hell .. they’re defining the larger Democratic Party with voters in swing House districts. They’re the gift that keeps on giving for the GOP.
"That’s Why Trump Decided To Take A Swipe At Ocasio-Cortez And Her Crew"
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Through their constant attacks, Democrats hope to separate Trump from his supporters. All indications are that the opposite is happening. They are more bonded to him than ever.
Trump does not return Democrat hatred. He is not fazed or distracted. He maintains his happy warrior attitude, and that frustrates the hell out of his opponents.
Democrats’ visceral hatred for Trump generates much of their ugly behavior. They perceive reality through a prism of contempt for him. Democrats despise any Trump accomplishments, such as robust economic growth, simply because the person they hate accomplished them.
On every issue the Democrats have gotten more extreme — on immigration, abortion, health care, everything. To anyone in his right mind their policies and objectives are unrealistic, unaffordable, and wildly unpopular. They might work on some other planet, but not on Earth.
Perhaps the primary unintended consequence of the Democrat’s hard-left turn is a huge increase in clarity. That’s definitely not going to help the Democrats. Their inability to deal with Trump has caused them to reveal more than ever before who they really are. They have always managed to hide their true nature from voters in the past. That’s over.
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All the economic news is positive: 83 percent of taxpayers have had their taxes reduced and those who have not are the citizens of chronic Democratic states where the state governments have been so incompetent they have laid on higher state income taxes that the administration no longer will deduct from federal taxes. Why should the residents of other states pay for the profligacy and incompetence of the Andrew Cuomos and Jerry Browns of the big blue states?
+ One hundred percent of taxpayers in states where Trump has reasonable chance to win have lower taxes.
+ There are now more than 1.5 million additional Americans jobs to be filled than there are unemployed people.
Most of the Democratic candidates are self-burdened with championship of open borders with the right to free health care for people illegally in the country, as well as their right to vote regardless of citizenship; entirely socialized medicine; more than a doubling of the maximum personal income tax rates; vast reparations to African-Americans and native people; a terroristic green policy; forgiveness of $1 trillion of student loans; and legalized infanticide—the post-birth extinction of the lives of fully born and separated children under unspecified conditions.
This is all the Democrats have left: snobbery, the moronic pretensions of a party whose leaders politicized the intelligence and national police agencies to try to undo an election.
The Democrats have departed this planet as we know it
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Black Entertainment Television founder and longtime Democrat Robert Johnson said in an interview that aired Tuesday that the Democratic Party has become too liberal to defeat President Trump in 2020, unless major changes are made. “The party in my opinion, for me personally, has moved too far to the left."
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“I think at the end of the day, if a Democrat is going to beat Trump, then that person, he or she, will have to move to the center and you can’t wait too long to do that,” Johnson said. “The message of some of the programs that Democrats are pushing are not resonating with the majority of the American people.”
The BET founder, who supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, even praised some of Trump’s recent accomplishments.
“I think the economy is doing great, and it’s particularly reaching populations that heretofore had very bad problems in terms of jobs and employments and the opportunities that come with employment,” Johnson said. “African-American unemployment is at its lowest level… I give the president a lot of credit for moving the economy in a positive direction that’s benefiting a large amount of Americans.”
Johnson also told CNBC that he thinks tax cuts clearly helped stimulate the economy, whereas partisan politics have gone too far.
“I think business people have more confidence in the way the economy is going,” Johnson said. “If business people are concerned about anything, it’s the clear, clear partisan politics that’s become very wicked and very mean.” Johnson said he gives Trump an “A+” for the economy but added that divisive politics are “not helping America as a global nation.”
The 73-year-old entrepreneur founded BET in 1980 with a $150,000 loan and sold it for $3 billion in 2001, according toForbes.
By Brian Flood @ Fox News
"We must never allow the memory of those lost in the Holocaust to be cheapened as a cliché to advance some left-wing political narrative. Last month, a leading Democrat in Congress actually compared our U.S. Customs and Border Protection detention facilities to concentration camps. Her allies in Congress, the Left, and in the media shamefully came to her defense."
He was talking about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the New York Democrat who accused the Trump administration of establishing "concentration camp systems" on the southern border.
“To compare the humane work of the dedicated men and women of Customs and Border Protection with the horrors of the Holocaust is an outrage,” Pence said. "And make no mistake about it: This slander of law enforcement was an insult to the six million killed in the Holocaust. And it should be condemned by every American of every political party everywhere."
Pence also highlighted recent disputes over the boycott, divestment, and sanctions movement, which has been endorsed by another first-term House Democrat, Minnesota's Ilhan Omar.
The campaign, an effort to target Israel with the kind of economic and diplomatic pressure that brought down the apartheid South African government at the end of the Cold War, prompted Republicans to draft legislation that would allow states to blacklist from contracts companies that cooperate with the BDS movement.
"Remarkably, today, all but one Democrat running for president voted against the Combating BDS Act in the United States Senate," he said.
“Anyone who aspires to the highest office in the land should not be afraid to stand with Israel.”
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Chopper pressers are the best pressers. Sunday evening as President Trump is departing New Jersey en route back to the White House he delivers remarks to the press pool and answers questions:
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Iranian oil tanker impounded by UK Marines on its way to Syria. Troops of the Royal Marines boarded and impounded the vessel in keeping with European Union sanctions in force against Syria since 2011.
President Trump has shown insight and deliberation on Iran as he attempts to renegotiate what was a horribly bad deal brought forward by the Obama team and his Secretary of State, Kerry in particular. It was a sellout. That deal did not achieve what it sought, failed on many areas and sent money to a terrorist state without getting sufficient benefits. It was in other words, what Trump has termed, “a very bad deal.”
What Trump is doing on Iran is trying to fix decades of bad policy and deflect their atrocious behavior in the region and as the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism. The pressure Trump has applied and the persistence to stay the course is increasingly likely to achieve another outcome. It is something Trump would applaud, and his advisors would all support, namely: regime collapse.
That is not military based regime change. Here is what it means: the Iranian economy suffers and suffers and then suffers some more. Inflation is out of control; the currency falls precipitously; goods are hard to find and dearly expensive; oil revenues plummet; and GNP continues to decline. All of this, in time could cause implosion—or regime collapse.
Read More @ by Ted Malloch