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Today’s Campaign Update (Because The Campaign Never Ends) – 4.18.2017

  • The Obama legacy in action.:  Multiple videos have emerged on social websites that show Berkeley cops standing around doing nothing as violent clashes broke out over the weekend between Trump supporters and radical leftwing agitators on the Cal Berkeley campus.  In one, a policeman who is asked why he and his partner aren’t doing anything answers that he was told by his boss to stand down.  Makes sense.  After all, why would Democrats want to interfere with a riot funded by the same people who funded their last election campaign?
  • Nate Silver will give him a 95% chance of winning after he loses.:  So, there’s a special election in Georgia today to see who will fill the seat congressional seat vacated by Health and Human Resources Secretary Tom Price.  Democrats are all excited because the single D in the race has seen support as high as 40% in the public opinion polls taken in the race.  Meanwhile, the other 60% is being split between the dozen GOP candidates in what has been a traditionally Republican district.  Naturally, the fake news media is pretending that the Democrat is going to “win”.  He isn’t.  He’s going to get about 40% of the vote – probably less, if the normal bias in the polls materializes here – and then have to face the highest Republican vote-getter in a runoff election in June, an election the Republican candidate will easily win.  The news frenzy you’ve seen surrounding this race is #fakenews, defined.
  • Polls show nobody cares.  CNN suddenly doesn’t care about polls.:  While the North Korea situation was coming to a boiling point, a key special election was taking place in Georgia, and with all manner of other huge issues facing the country and the world, the fake journalists at CNN spent the entire day wondering why President Trump doesn’t release his tax returns.  Nobody cares about this issue, which helps to explain why nobody watches CNN anymore.
  • The Crazy Little Fat Prince of Futile Gestures.:  The crazy little fat guy who runs North Korea promised to hold a “weekly missile launch” in defiance of President Trump and the United States.  The United States was mum on whether it would hold a “weekly missile cyber-crash” in response.
  • They would have identified Charles Manson as a “charsimatic leader and a philosopher.”:  The fake editors at the NY Times opened their fake newspaper’s fake editorial page up to a real radical Islamic terrorist, Marwan Barghouti.  Barghouti is serving five consecutive life sentences in Israeli prison for mass murder.  The editors of the fake newspaper of record chose to identify him only as “a Palestinian leader and a parliamentarian.”  #Fakenews, defined.
  • Racists and feminists everywhere are confused.:  The web-based publication Everyday Feminism published a piece by someone named Emily Zak, who contends that going to national parks is a ‘racist’ activity, and that everyone should cut it out.  I swear I don’t make this stuff up.  Here’s the link:  Outdoor Recreation Isn’t Free – Why We Need to Stop Pretending It Is.
  • It’s always uncomfortable when progressives are caught expressing their true feelings.:  A meeting of Maine Democrats was caught on video cheering and laughing when their speaker mentions the fact that suicide among white men in America is on the rise in recent years.  I swear I don’t make this stuff up.  Here’s the link:  Are You A White Man?  Is It Funny When You Die?

Just another day in fake news media America.

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Today’s Campaign Update (Because The Campaign Never Ends) – 4.11.2017

  • Hey, remember when they invited you to “Fly the Friendly Skies?”.  Yeah…those no longer exist.:  United Airlines enhanced its apparently-desired image as the worst airline in the history of airlines, after its policy of massively over-booking its flights led to the forcible, violent removal of a 69 year-old passenger who didn’t want to give up the seat that he had, after all, paid for.  The incident of the man being body-slammed by O’Hare Airport police and dragged off the United flight were predictably recorded by multiple smart phones and has now been viewed by millions at this point.  United CEO Oscar Munoz issued an apology, but what he really needs to do is issue his resignation for turning his airline into such an atrocity.
  • We’re really not gonna miss this guy.:  Alabama GOP Governor Robert Bentley resigned under fire, after it was revealed that he illegally funneled campaign funds to a staffer with whom he was having an affair, among other accusations.  Ironically, Gov. Bentley had announced he could not vote for Donald Trump last October because Trump had been caught on tape making lewd comments.
  • In what is possibly the least surprising polling result in history, the new McClatchy-Marist poll shows support for the Republican majorities in both houses of congress slipping, even among Republican voters.  Gosh, I wonder why that could be happening?  The poll, of course, comes just as the do-nothing congress is off taking the least-deserved two week vacation in American history.
  • Let’s take a moment to review a little history here:  A year ago, Republican voters were furious at GOP congressional members for having done pretty much nothing at all to slow the Obama agenda, and the Republican Party was looking at an election in which it was likely they would lose their majority in the Senate, an much of their then-huge majority in the House.  They were bailed out by the insurgency of Donald Trump, who dragged many members who were undeserving of re-election over the finish line with him.  Since Election Day, it appears that the Republicans in congress have lost track of that reality, and have yet again gone about doing stupid things, failing to follow through on major campaign promises they all made, and generally getting very little of any substance done.  Given all that, it is completely unsurprising that they are again, as a class, among the most hated pieces of the Washington DC swamp.  If their performance does not improve between now and November 2018, that election will most likely be a “wave” election, with the Democrats sweeping back into majority status in both houses of congress.  If Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell have any sense of the real peril their party faces, they have yet to show it via action.
  • Tired of Winning Yet?:  The LA Times ran a story with the headline “Rio Grande Valley Unusually Quiet As Southwest Border Crossings Reach 17- Year Low.”  In an only semi-related story, a much-heralded and promoted anti-Trump “Mega March 2017” in Dallas was a major bust on Sunday.  Promoters had initially estimated that 400,000 would attend the march, which was a protest against the President’s policy of actually enforcing the nation’s immigration laws.  A week prior to the event, the promoters dropped their projection to 100,000.  During the event, the promoters estimated the actual crowd at 20,000.  Dallas Police, meanwhile, estimated the crowd at no more than 3,200.  Winning.

Just another day in law enforcing America.

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Today’s Campaign Update (Because The Campaign Never Ends): 4.2.2017

Some thoughts about the events of the past week:

  • The ongoing demonization of House Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes by the fake news media and Democrat Party is classic Saul Alinsky tactics (Rule 12:  Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.).  They see someone getting to the heart of a scandal that will ultimately cause great harm to the leftist cause, and so they demonize the messenger.  There is absolutely nothing wrong in any action Nunes has taken in getting accurate, truthful information out regarding the Obama Administration’s blatant surveillance of the Trump campaign and transition team, and the illegal unmasking of General Mike Flynn and several others that resulted from that activity.  Thus, having no way to refute the information Nunes has revealed, the fake media and Democrats focus on the messenger and the process in an effort to convince the public that that is the “real” issue at hand.  It isn’t.
  • Nunes must not resign or be removed from his chairmanship.  If either happens, the fake media/Democrat strategy wins, and it will continued to be deployed against others so long as it is effective.  We can likely trust Nunes to stand firm;  but, can we trust Speaker Paul Ryan to do the same?  That’s a perilous question.
  • On the Senate side, watch Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley and his efforts to get our bi-polar FBI Director, James Comey, to release information regarding a Feb. 28 WaPo story that alleged that the FBI actually was paying the British intelligence agent who concocted the false “dossier” about then-candidate Donald Trump.  Grassley issued a letter demanding information on the matter on March 6, which has been stone-walled by the FBI.  So he issued a second letter this past week.  The Senate hearings on this matter – which if true, should result in the removal of Comey and anyone else who was involved in constructing that false dossier – will be fascinating.  Naturally, the fake news media has held a virtual blackout on reporting on this story.  But they can’t ignore it forever.
  • As well, the Evelyn Farkas matter is key.  She went on record admitting that the Obama Administration did indeed spy on the Trump campaign and transition, and shared classified intelligence far and wide.  Her denial this past week was weak and a transparent effort to do damage control.  If she is not called by the House and Senate Intel Committees to testify under oath, then people should demand to know why.
  • Also, pay attention to this story:  Fox New’s Adam Housley reported on Saturday that he has spoken with multiple sources inside U.S. intelligence agencies who confirm that the Obama spying on Trump began “before Trump was the GOP nominee,” and that “The person who did the unmasking is “very well known, very high up, very senior, in the intelligence world & is not in the FBI.”  John Brennan and James Clapper come immediately to mind as the prime candidates here.

The bottom line is this:  The real story in all of this is that, for the better part of a year, we had a sitting presidential administration spying on the campaign of the other party’s candidate, all while the sitting President was actively out campaigning for his own party’s candidate.  That is an abuse of power so extraordinary and stunning that it makes Richard Nixon look like a 4th grader playing tiddly winks.  If the proof of this is ultimately made fully public, many Obama officials and probably media personalities will go to prison for a long time.

Congressional Democrats and those in the intel community who were involved know that that is the real story, and are continuing to pound on the fantasy “Trump/Russia” collusion nonsense, along with the “process” deflection about Devin Nunes as their means of deflecting media and public attention from the real story.  Naturally, the fake news media goes along with the deflection in keeping with its willing role as the publicity arm of the Democratic Party.

Everything the Democrats and fake news media are doing here is classic Saul Alinsky 101.  If they are able to prevail and prevent the truth from seeing the light of day, our country is well and truly doomed.

That is all.

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Dems Must Be Getting Bad Polling Numbers On Gorsuch Filibuster… else to explain this announcement from Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee:

“I am not inclined to filibuster, even though I’m not inclined to vote for him,” Leahy said.

And please spare me any crap about Leahy’s respect for Senate tradition, his spirit of bi-partisanship, or any other nonsense like that.  Leahy’s as partisan as partisan gets.  This guy helped plan and execute the “high-tech lynching” of Clarence Thomas, for God’s sake.

For the last quarter of a century, everything – literally every action, utterance and even thought – the Democrats have done in Washington, DC has been based on nothing more than polling and focus group data.  Period.

So if Pat Leahy is going wobbly on filibustering John Gorsuch, it’s a 100% certainty that is because the Party has received some bad polling or focus group information about taking that action.  Which is not surprising, given the incredibly calm and reasoned performance Gorsuch put forward during his confirmation hearings.  Filibustering Gorsuch is like filibustering the Easter Bunny.

That statement by Leahy is significant, and it was floated today intentionally.  Expect more to follow.

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Today’s Campaign Update (Because The Campaign Never Ends) – 3.1.2017

Today’s Campaign Update (Because the Campaign Never Ends):

– In between episodes of lecturing others for the size of their carbon footprints and making fun of the President’s hair style, a group of actors flew an eyebrow artist (yes, to all of you lecturees, there is such a thing as that) 7,500 miles from Australia to Los Angeles to do their eyebrows for the Academy Awards ceremony. That’s a 15,000 mile round trip, all to pluck some elitist brows. But hey, who hasn’t done that, after all?

– Maxine Waters, lunatic congresswoman from California, boycotted last night’s speech by President Trump before a joint session of congress. No one with functioning brain synapses cared.

– Oh, yeah, and President Trump gave a speech. Before congress. A joint session. It was one of the best such speeches ever given. Truly, strikingly, great. Hit all the right notes, talked eloquently about all the right policies, had some of the most tear-jerkingly emotional moments in it that any such speech has ever contained. Called all members of congress, of both political parties, to action, to work for the good of the American people. So naturally, the Democrats and the fake news media hated it.

– Best line in the entire speech? There were so many, it’s hard to say. I had two favorites, though:
1) (Talking about executives from Harley Davidson, who have a hard time exporting their product due to foreign tariffs) “They weren’t even asking for change. But I am.”
2) “I was not elected to represent the world. I was elected to represent America.” After 8 years being reigned over by “citizen of the world” Obama, it was so refreshing to know our current President actually understands his job.

– Many Democratic women members of congress, who have been elected to serve there in free elections, and enjoy the amazingly privileged lives of the national protected class, wore all-white dresses to the speech to express their solidarity with women suffragettes. Apparently no one told them that that fight was won a century ago. Given that they serve in congress, you would think they’d know.

– Most telling moment of the speech: When the President said, “The time for small thinking is over,” some Democrats actually hissed. Hey, when you have a tiny, closed mind, small thinking is all you got.

– In his post-speech analysis, Fox News’s Chris Wallace said that “Donald Trump truly became President tonight.” Well, no, he truly became President on January 20, but you’re just now noticing.

– The Democrat response was delivered by some septuagenarian former governor from Kentucky. They were showing off their youthful bench.

Just another day in Trump Derangement Syndrome America.

That is all.

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