Category Archives: Democratic Party

Ellison Accuser: Democrats Have “Smeared, Threatened, Isolated” Me

While Democrats take to the airwaves to exhort people to “believe the woman” when it comes to Brett Kavanaugh, they seem oddly silent when it comes to one of their own. Karen Monahan accused deputy DNC chair Rep. Keith Ellison of domestic abuse and battery earlier this summer, and might have expected Democrats inside and outside of Minnesota to rally around her. Instead, Monahan says she’s been “smeared” and “threatened” by her own party in an attempt to protect their nominee for Minnesota Attorney General

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America’s party of hate and subversion

What’s going on in the US is simply terrifying. Almost every day seems to bring a fresh demonstration of a hate-driven stampede towards mob rule – by people who, in Orwellian fashion, claim to be acting to uphold American values.

Look at how the Senate judiciary committee confirmation hearing into the Supreme Court candidacy of Judge Brett Kavanaugh turned into a circus on day one. It is standard procedure in the US that when the presidency changes political colour, the political makeup of the Supreme Court may also change as a result.

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Antifa – The Democratic Party’s true, and violent, believers

We have a genuine chicken-or-egg issue regarding antifa and the Democratic Party’s true believers. On the one hand, we have the violent liberal group antifa, which exists to punish and hurt people for not believing as they do. On the other, we have the Democratic Party and “mainstream” liberals who exist to punish and destroy people and companies for not sharing their opinions.

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1968 Democratic National Convention: A ‘week of hate’

The signs before the Democratic National Convention convened in Chicago from August 26 – 29 in 1968 were never good.

Anti-war protesters began arriving in the city the week before, vowing to change the party’s policy toward the increasingly hated Vietnam War.

They included New Left radicals, long-haired hippies and so-called Yippies, members of the Youth International Party, a radical youth-oriented and countercultural offshoot of the 1960s’ free speech and anti-war movements fomenting against the US government.

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Texas Democratic Candidates Push To Decriminalize Illegally Crossing The Border

“These asylum seekers — penniless, at wit’s end, after surviving three weeks on the road, very often with their children — then attempt to do what I think any human would do, which is request asylum in between the ports of entry,” O’Rourke said. “We should not criminalize that.”

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Judge Gives No Jail Time To Imran Awan, Attorney Claims He Was Building ‘Women’s Shelter’

A federal judge declined to give jail time to former Democratic IT aide Imran Awan Tuesday, saying he has “suffered enough” at the hands of politicians “at the highest levels of government.” In addition, the Department of Justice said it did not find any evidence that supported criminal charges.

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Dem Candidate Rashida Tlaib’s Anti-Israel Comments Too Much Even for Soros-Funded J Street

The George Soros-funded J Street, a leading critic of Israel, has reversed its endorsement of Rashida Tlaib, the Democratic Party candidate for Congress in Michigan who advocated slashing U.S. aid to Israel, called for a one-state solution and expressed support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel.

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Democrat Attempts At Identity Politics Not Working With Own Voters

The Left has been playing identity politics for years, yet there’s evidence in 2018 that it isn’t necessarily working with Democrat voters.

FiveThirtyEight has been collecting data on the 811 non-incumbent candidates running in Democrat primaries, and has come to some interesting conclusions. For starters, “being a person of color doesn’t actively help a candidate win a Democratic primary,” three of the outlet’s reporters wrote.

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Democrats: The Party of Hate

Once upon a time — perhaps as recently as 2012 — it was possible to assume that Democrats merely disagreed with the rest of America. Through ignorance of economics or misjudgment of foreign-policy issues, perhaps their destructive agenda was an innocent error. This benign interpretation of politics allowed patriotic Americans to believe that their friends and neighbors who voted for Democrats were well-meaning, decent, sincere people who had simply made a mistake.

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