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Posted in: Sanders' criminal justice plan aims to cut prison population See in context

A plan to release convicted felons -- like the guy who is currently serving a 30-year mandatory minimum sentence for killing my son -- back onto our streets. Yeah, that will sway us undecided independents to vote for democrat-socialists.

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Posted in: Trump moving to make immigration whiter, wealthier See in context

Self-sufficiency has been the requirement for people emigrating here for more than 100 years. President Trump's administration is enforcing exsisting immigration law.

Also, phrase, "your tired, your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free" was not etched on the Statue of Liberty when it was given to America by France. It is on the pedestal that the Statue sits on. The wording's original purpose was a way to raise money to pay for the pedestal, but leftists now wrongly think the phrase is American immigration policy.

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Posted in: Gunman who wounded at least 6 Philadelphia police officers in custody See in context

As it turns out, the Philly perp has a long rap sheet of gun violence. So, how did all those gun laws that are already on the books that prohibit possession of firearms by felons work out in this incident?

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Posted in: Shootings prompt Venezuela, Uruguay and Japan to warn about travel to U.S. See in context

They don't want to come here, great. Let them travel to socialist utopias (Cuba, any Scandinavian country, France, Germany, the UK, any Eastern bloc nation, etc.) where crime and violence is non existent (according to all liberals).

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Posted in: Protesters chant as Trump visits Dayton, El Paso See in context

The democrat socialists are attempting to turn these two shootings into political cash cows. POTUS candidates shamelessly using these tragic events as fundraising ploys even before those who have died have been buried. What we are witnessing is Wellstone 2.0. And everyone knows how that turned out for them. Liberals are so predictable.

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Posted in: Do video games, mental illness drive U.S. massacres? See in context

Video games do to an extent. Check out Mortal Kombat XI, one of the most popular video games now being played for multiple hours at a time by teenagers.

But video game exposure is only one in a myriad of reasons for the uptick of violence caused by U.S. males in the teens and 20s.

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Posted in: Trump condemns white supremacy; O'Rourke says he should stay away from El Paso See in context

The MSM should be full throated in laying the blame of the El Paso massacre at the feet of liberals. Among other issues/beefs the shooter claims he has, he was angry over our government's coddling of illegals.

When democrat socialists supports/encourages ignoring existing laws, it should come as no surprise to anyone when some twisted individual chooses to take matters into his own hands.

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Posted in: Cummings says he scared off intruder at Baltimore home See in context

"I scared the intruder away by yelling before the person gained entry into the residential portion of the house," Cummings said. -- article

But, but, but. . . Cummings was still in Italy staying at a 5-star hotel sipping wine on the taxpayers dime at the time of the beak in. Sorry folks, his version of the "truth" doesn't pass the smell test.

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Posted in: Pelosi defends Baltimore hometown, says Kushner a 'slumlord' See in context

Pelosi now defending the indefensible. Like him or hate him, Donald Trump is a master at the art of brand marketing. Add the democrat leadership approving the garbage and rat-infested squalor that is Baltimore -- a city that has been democrat controlled since 1968 -- to a growing list of other things he's forced the democrat socialists to support in less than three years (illegal invaders from nations around the world flooding over our southern border, the anti-Semitic "squad", after-birth abortions, etc.).

Everything PTDJT criticizes, the democrat socialists embrace. The great thing about all this is they don't see that he is making fools of them and that party's supporters on an almost daily basis. Liberals have become so predictable.

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Posted in: Biden and Harris do battle, face attacks in combative U.S. Democratic debate See in context

President Trump won last tonight’s democrat socialist debate, too. He is now 4-0

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Posted in: Biden and Harris do battle, face attacks in combative U.S. Democratic debate See in context

Last night's "debate" was remarkable. The democrat socialists on stage took turns hanging Obama’s record around Biden’s neck; in essence calling 44 a white supremacist. That was some extraordinary TV.

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Posted in: Sanders and Warren defend progressive policies in U.S. Democratic debate See in context

The Nielsen numbers have now been released. 10 million Americans tuned in last night. To give that number some perspective, 13 million watched Mueller's appearance on the 24th which aired during the daytime. The democrat socialists clown show Part One aired at night during in prime time.

Another colossal fail for CNN.

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Posted in: Sanders and Warren defend progressive policies in U.S. Democratic debate See in context

Last night's democrat socialists "debate" that was the first prime time show on U.S. television in years which had an all white cast.

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Posted in: Sanders and Warren defend progressive policies in U.S. Democratic debate See in context

Maryanne Williamson succinctly summed up last night's the Thriller in Vanilla: "Yada, yada, yada".

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Posted in: Ready to fight: Biden leans into racial debate with Democrats See in context

Isn't Biden's slogan "Make America America Again"? MAAA (ripped off from Avenatti, lol ) -- comment

He modified his campaign slogan from MAAA (which was actually first coined by the "Joanie Loves Cha Chi" guy at the last Republican Convention and later poached by CPL) to MAMA and said it in an ABC "Good Morning America" interview earlier this year.

What I really appreciate about Biden is his originality. And I am not alone. Poll after poll show he's leading all far left democrat socialist contenders by a big margin. The same polls also show he has a commanding lead over Orange Man Bad, and would beat him handily if the election were held today. Besides, this is his third attempt at being our POTUS. It's his turn.

Joe MAMA 2020

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Posted in: Ready to fight: Biden leans into racial debate with Democrats See in context

Trump should just go ahead right now and announce he is not running for re-election next year because Biden will win in a landslide. His campaign slogan says it all: "Make America More America".

Joe MAMA 2020

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Posted in: Mueller rejects Trump's claims of exoneration, 'witch hunt' See in context

The Republicans were right over the target yesterday asking pointed, relevant and important questions during the congressional inquiries of Mueller. They publicly exposed the Mueller report for what it was: A partisan political hatchet job promoted by deranged democrats.

As for the liberals, keep in mind they demand that their two-act kabuki theater take place for all the world to see and hear. But for them, yesterday wound up being a series of classic egg-on-your-face "careful what you wish for" moments.

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Posted in: Trump declares Mueller testimony a win for the White House See in context

The question has been adequately answered that Mueller didn’t write the report; asking numerous times for citations from even democrat socialists who were forced to tell him repeatedly they were quoting from his own "work".

After his appearance before today's committees, the question now is did Mueller even read it?

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Posted in: Trump declares Mueller testimony a win for the White House See in context

Jim Jordan summed up the entire day of "testimony" when he ask Mueller:

“You can charge 13 Russians, no one has ever heard of; you can charge all kinds of people around the president with false statements; but the guy who puts this whole story in motion, you can’t charge him?”

It was an amazing day of watching a Swamp Dweller being autopsied. Mueller's career in Washington is finished. Hope that paycheck was really big.

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Posted in: Trump renews attacks on Democratic congresswomen See in context

Personally, I want "The Squad" to keep talking. It will mean more votes from centrist democrats who don't buy into what they're selling for President Trump.

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Posted in: Iran says it has confiscated British tanker in Strait of Hormuz See in context

SuperLibToday  10:33 am JST

Things were much better under Obama. . . no incidents like these.

Those U.S. Navy sailors who were taken hostage by Iran under Obama's watch would beg to differ.

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Posted in: Iran says it has confiscated British tanker in Strait of Hormuz See in context

So, the Brits seized an Iranian tanker last week for allegedly trying to smuggle oil into Syria. Iran then told the Brits straight up that they intended to respond in kind the first chance they got.

The question becomes why was the UK not escorting their flagged vessels?

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Posted in: Trump tries to distance himself from 'send her back' rally chant; many Republicans alarmed See in context

The democrat socialists haven't had a good week: they were forced to support a "squad" of anti-American congresswomen, and their attempt at advancing an impeachment resolution was a dismal failure; so, they are now reduced to clutching their pearls over a spontaneous chant at a political rally. If that is all they have, Election Night next year is going to be an epic blowout for President Trump.

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Posted in: Trump slams congresswomen; crowd roars, 'Send her back!' See in context

Called this one a few news cycles ago. President Trump is already making "The Squad" the new face of the democrat party in the run up to the general election next year. With the House democrats having passed their toothless resolution condemning Mr. Trump, they now offifcal.y own everything who Pelosi has called "her girls" says from this day forward. It may play well in the four-six deep blue states, but for the rest of America, not so much.

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Posted in: U.S. House condemns Trump over 'racist comments' tweeted at congresswomen See in context

The democrat socialists just walked into another trap set by President Trump. He'll be using the useless resolution they passed to hammer them at all of his rallies from now to Election Day. Do not be surprised if he carries at least 45 states next year.

Well played, Mr. President.

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Posted in: Trump says he does not have 'racist bone' in his body See in context

The comments by President Trump were not racist. What he did was to invoke a 1960s trope that could be found on car bumper stickers all across our country: "America. Love it or Leave it." Nothing racist about that either then or now.

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Posted in: Trump defiant as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks on 4 congresswomen See in context

President Trump's comments have now forced the democrats to say publicly they support the anti-American "squad" within their party. Liberals are so predictable.

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Posted in: Crackdown on immigrant families facing deportation in U.S. to start Sunday See in context

Return of the Brown Shirts -- comment

Heh, according to today's low info liberals, it is common knowledge (only to them) that folks back then were trying to enter into Nazi Germany by the millions .

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Posted in: Crackdown on immigrant families facing deportation in U.S. to start Sunday See in context

ICE isn't conducting "raids": They're enforcing the law. Only anti-Americans think differently.

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Posted in: Dramatic warming projected in world's major cities by 2050 See in context

Did you think this sentence makes sense? -- comment

buh bye, troll

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