The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia kicked them out because she was employed in the Trump administration and has been a target of the now totally unleashed fury of the mob that has been driven over the edge over a lost election and egged on by the media.
“The American people need to understand that you’re being fed a falsehood here by many people in the media and the Hill, and it’s just really sad where we’re at as a country on this issue,” Homan stated.
“The president’s hands are tied. There is legislation, there is court decisions on this that limit how long we can detain children,” he went on. “Congress really can fix it. Congress is placing the blame. I’ve been doing this 34 years. Immigration has been a problem 34 years.”
“They are simply enforcing laws enacted by Congress,” Homan said. “I wish I heard this much outrage about separation of families — I wish we met with mothers and fathers whose children were killed by illegal immigrants. Jewish citizen children that were killed and separated from their family forever.”
Your average mass media pundit regularly decries the fact Americans no longer have trust in the country’s institutions, yet simultaneously refuse to take any sort of responsibility for the situation. Government bureaucrats and other assorted supporters of our decrepit status quo tend to do the same thing. As is typically the case, I’ll take the other side.
The human brain does not like cognitive dissonance. Rather than live with contradiction, we figure out a way to reduce it. How far are we willing to go to do this? Pretty far.
The linked article has nothing to do with Trump. Apparently TDS has driven the writer over the edge.
The audience was asked, “Are you sort of hoping we don’t get peace with North Korea so you wouldn’t have to give Trump credit?”
Only 29% said they wanted peace with North Korea given the option.
On Real Time, Maher launched into an anti-cop tirade by showing some videos of law enforcement officers using what liberals consider to be excessive force to bring violent criminals into custody.
When it comes to partisan politics, Hollywood can’t help but lie through its teeth.
“If you talk about things that are racist, then you earned that,” he added. “In terms of Trump, he started his campaign talking about the first African-American president being illegitimate. That’s a very racist idea. You don’t have a problem saying the guy’s racist, if he’s exhibiting racist behavior.”
The ever-slippery Barack Obama continues to conduct himself as the leader of a government in exile, an unprecedented stance in this nation’s long history.
If you listen to the liberal media, Donald Trump is a terrible racist and misogynist who hates minorities and women.
He apparently isn’t very good at it, however. On Wednesday, the president officially commuted the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson, an African-American woman who was sentenced to life in prison for a non-violent drug crime.
You might think that liberals, who have made drug legalization and criminal justice reform two of their banner issues, would be elated. You would be wrong.
Controversial MSNBC commentator Joy Reid has apologized for blog posts about Israel, 9/11 and John McCain, choosing not to blame phantom “hackers” this time. The network is standing by Reid, saying she has “grown and evolved.”
- Used same excuse as Obama
Roseanne was fired and demonized for far less. Reid lied and claimed her account was hacked, then admitted she had written the posts. Why is she still employed?
In a series of late-night tweets, Barr appeared to blame the prescription sleeping pill Ambien for the racist tweet that led to her show’s cancellation Tuesday. She also repeatedly criticized ABC for what she implied is the network’s hypocrisy.
“There’s a good likelihood there will be articles of impeachment.” Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) swore on CSPAN Tuesday.
“Every member of the House is accorded the opportunity to bring up impeachment…I am not sure that there will be members who are going to wait for someone else if that someone else, doesn’t matter who it is, is declining to do it. We can all do it.”
Article Two of the United States Constitution states in Section 4 that the President can be removed from office “on Impeachment for, and conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other High Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
The comment was made Wednesday after a federal judge in New York City ruled that Trump could not block followers on his social media account.
“Isn’t the real question why isn’t Twitter blocking Trump?” the 43-year-old comedian tweeted to her millions of followers, along with a link to a story about the ruling.