New York Times columnist and MSNBC contributor Michelle Goldberg has a novel theory about Trump supporters: “Maybe They’re Just Bad People.”
That’s the title of her latest column for the Times, in which Goldberg speculates that the energy spent by liberal political analysts trying to explain why intelligent people would support, or work with, President Donald Trump may be wasted, since the simplest explanation — one that may fit the prejudices of Times readers — is that they are just evil.
Globalist actor James Cromwell told Variety Magazine that we are living in an age of “nascent Facisim”. As if this allegation wasn’t enough he proceeded to threaten civil war if his political class looses the midterms.
Cromwell continued “If we don’t stop President Trump now, then we will have a revolution for real. Then there will be blood in the streets.”
During the crucible of Brett Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearings, Democrats repeatedly asserted that Christine Blasey Ford had “nothing to gain” by coming forward with her explosive accusation of attempted rape against the Supreme Court nominee.
President Trump said in a newly released interview he plans to sign an executive order ending so-called “birthright citizenship” for babies of non-citizens born on U.S. soil — a move that would mark a major overhaul of immigration policy and trigger an almost-certain legal battle.
Barbra Streisand, 76, is releasing a new album, and if you’ve been living under a rock or on a distant planet and you haven’t heard her paroxysms of rage against President Trump the last two years, she wants to record them for posterity.
The Guardian conducted an obsequious interview with Streisand that revolved around her album, titled “Walls,” and it was full of the same bitter denunciations of Trump that have characterized Streisand as she slowly drifts into insignificance.
“The unrelenting hatred churned up by Donald Trump for the two years following 2016 is dangerous,” tweeted Scarborough, a frequent and vocal Trump hater, on Wednesday. “A Washington Post columnist is dead and progressive icons are targets of bombs.”
The Houston Police Department will be “fully mobilized” for President Donald Trump’s Monday downtown rally, for which at least 70,000 people have signed up despite the venue’s roughly 18,000-person capacity, Chief Art Acevedo said Friday.
Too many college-educated white liberals don’t know how to lose and don’t accept the rules when it doesn’t suit them. They think that all institutions should be like the administration of Evergreen State College — corrupt, partisan, and on their side. These liberals are used to playing Calvinball (making the rules up as they go along) and find it terribly unfair when the rules are applied as written instead of how they would like them to be in that moment.
“So whose [sic] gonna take one for the team and kill Kavanaugh?” the tweet read. The threatening message was removed, and we understand the Twitter account was deleted, but not before the tweet was captured for posterity.
Minnesota teacher who tweeted call to ‘kill Kavanaugh’ resigns
The teacher, identified by multiple social media users and local outlets as Samantha Ness, had been placed on paid administrative leave after the message was widely shared online.
Trump’s tweet appears to have been sparked by a Fox and Friends segment featuring reporting from Asra Nomani. “It’s not the individual protesters getting the money but it is the organizations that are running these protests,” Nomani explained, adding, “We have to acknowledge that this is propaganda. This is messaging. They are very skilled at it.”
After a blistering confirmation battle, Justice Brett Kavanaugh will take his seat for oral arguments on the U.S. Supreme Court with a skeptical public, a majority of which opposed his nomination. However, Democrats may not be able to exploit this fact in the upcoming elections as much as they hope, because the independent voters overwhelmingly disapprove of their own handling of the nomination by a 28-point margin, a new CNN/SSRS poll finds.
The Massachusetts senator further recommended honoring the Native American community by electing two Democratic candidates, Deb Haaland of New Mexico and Sharice Davis of Kansas, during the November midterm elections.
The New York Times reported on Sunday that only one of the four women, Kim Jackson, previously worked for Kavanaugh at the appellate court level. The other three women, Shannon Grammel, Megan Lacy, and Sara Nommensen, all worked for appeals court judges appointed by Republicans. Jackson will become one of three black law clerks working at the Supreme Court this term, and like Kavanaugh went to Yale Law School.