National Rifle Association (NRA) CEO Wayne LaPierre hit it out of the park at CPAC today. He bluntly warned conservatives that European socialists are smearing gun rights advocates and are trying to strip us of our Second Amendment rights. Bingo. “Socialism is a movement that loves a smear. Racists, misogynists, sexists, xenophobe and more. These are the weapons and vitriol these character assassinations permanently hang on their targets because socialism feeds off manipulated victims,” LaPierre told the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
LaPierre laid it out for Republicans today by boldly stating that “European socialists” are taking over the Democratic Party. That’s true, except they already have. He also named the “Occupy” movement, Black Lives Matter and Antifa as radical groups that are promoting “uncivil discourse” and aim to “eliminate due process.” That’s an understatement if I’ve ever heard one. They want to destroy the rule of law and shred the Constitution via chaos, violence and communist revolution. “The elimination of due process is the very gold standard of the socialist state,” he said. Again, correct and it’s refreshing to hear an American leader come out and say it.
by Derek Hunter
This week we saw a perfect example of how corrupt journalism has become. There was an opportunity to report the news and journalists and their fellow travelers in the pundit class balked. While that wasn’t unusual, what was is how they did it in the lead up to the news, not bothering to wait until they’d seen what they were attempting to discredit. There was an unprecedented attempt to make the release of the FISA memo NOT NEWS before anyone knew what was in it.
Over the past two weeks, Democrats scrambled to “warn” the public that the release of the FISA memo would “damage national security” were it released. Journalists picked up the mantra and ran with it, unquestioningly parroting it in badgering Republicans about why they would support its release considering this charge. There was virtually no discussion as to whether or not this allegation was true or an attempted partisan distraction, it was simply accepted and repeated as if it had been carved into stone tablets by a burning bush and sent directly to the teleprompter in their TV studios.
by Cliff Kincaid
The Alabama win for Barack Obama’s candidate Doug Jones confirms our thesis that Obama is running the Democratic Party and the anti-Trump resistance.
Obama, who recently compared President Trump to Hitler, recorded a robocall in support of the Alabama Democrat, calling him a “fighter for equality, for progress.” His notion of progress means suppressing the white vote and inciting black voters, who now believe by a margin of 72 percent that Trump should be impeached.
The grassroots of the Tea Party, evangelical Christians and conservative Catholics in Alabama, couldn’t match the “Brown is the New White” strategy of Obama’s political strategist and operative Steve Phillips. Analyst Trevor Loudon discussed Phillips’ leftist background and association with Obama during his talk at our November 10 conference about Obama’s plan for a one-party socialist state.
As America’s first Marxist president, Obama’s job isn’t done and he will not rest until a complete Marxist takeover is complete. His mentor, communist Frank Marshall Davis, taught Obama that blacks have a “reason to hate” white people. But other minorities and constituency groups will also have to be mobilized. Looking at what happened in both Virginia and Alabama, where the Republicans were defeated with Obama’s help, the former president’s return to Marxist power politics has to be seen as a development that could not only result in the Democratic Party taking control of Congress, but impeaching Trump.
Family Security Matters
by EDWARD CLINE
I call them Eraser Heads
. Their goal is not to acquire knowledge, but to oppose it, to squelch it, to wipe it from their minds, and if possible, from existence. To prevent anyone else from knowing more about it than they care to have known. Such as the true nature and history of the Democratic Party
. The first option is feasible, if they’re capable of a complete, sustained blank-out and becoming vegetables. The second isn’t. The first option would justly commit the Eraser Heads to an insane asylum. The second option is beyond anyone’s power to achieve.
The Left definitely has an epistemological handicap. The Left is also metaphysically challenged.
The Eraser Heads want to obliterate everything that doesn’t fit into their view of how existence should be.
And as another columnist has pointed out, it won’t stop with Confederate statues.
A study by political scientist Jesse Richman from Old Dominion University in Virginia (https://www.odu.edu/directory/people/…) found that 6.4 percent of the 20 million non-citizens who reside in the United States voted in November’s presidential election.
He then extrapolated these results into support for each presidential candidate, estimating that Clinton would have received 81 percent support from non citizens, therefore receiving an extra 834,000 votes.
The number of 834,000 is significant enough to have tipped some of the closest races in Clinton’s favor, including New Hampshire, Nevada, and Maine, all of which Clinton won by margins of under 3 percent.
It would also have reduced Clinton’s margin of victory in the popular vote, which she won by 2.8 million by dominating cosmopolitan centers such as New York and California.
In the run up to the election, a number of Democratic-run cities were found to be pushing plans to increase the voting rights of non-citizens in order to further strengthen Democratic incumbents.
The Democratic Party has long been in favor of increasing voting rights for non-citizens, as well as felons, in the knowledge that these groups are more likely to vote Democrat rather than Republican.
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Democratic party supporters are already looking towards the 2020 election, hoping for a Senate “showdown” between the two former First Daughters Chelsea Clinton and Caroline Kennedy.
“And we’re told that it’s more than just fantasy football for liberals who have nothing else to look forward to,” the New York Daily News reported on Friday.
Should Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) run for president in 2020, it’s rumored that both Clinton and Kennedy would vie for the vacant Senate seat.
In 2015, Clinton told Sky News, “Absolutely, I’d consider it one day,” when asked if she would run for office.
Accuracy in Media
There is an easy way to determine who is a faithful Democratic Party hack in the media and who on the left maintains at least some independence from the party line. Long-time Democrat Bill Moyers thinks it’s an open-and-shut case that Russia’s Vladimir Putin intervened in the election to help Trump and that our democracy is in peril. The Intercept thinks the evidence is weak, and that the CIA may have some other reason for “squaring off directly against Trump.” What could that possibly be?
Could it be that CIA Director John Brennan fears that Trump as president could order an investigation into what the CIA has been up to under President Obama? What could that be? Could the CIA have been interfering in foreign elections, and if so, could such efforts have provoked Russian retaliation?
The folks at the Intercept are on the far-left, but have decided to maintain some semblance of objectivity when it comes to sensational claims of foreign interference in the 2016 campaign. However, the idea they propose—that the controversy can be solved by President Obama declassifying evidence—is not practical. Obama won’t do it, because the intelligence agencies always claim that disclosure will reveal sources and methods. If they do release “evidence,” it will be vague and mostly worthless, just like the stories in The Washington Post and New York Times, where these allegations initially surfaced. These stories are impossible to confirm or deny.
The CIA will want to hide its hand, not because the evidence may implicate Russia in election interference, but because the evidence we do have demonstrates that the CIA is currently interfering in the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. That’s the story that cannot be told, and the one which threatens our democracy. The Times and Post are vehicles for this insidious effort.