On page 23 of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s long-awaited report into Russia collusion during the 2016 election, it is revealed that the Russian company responsible for attempting to collude with the Trump campaign also supported Bernie Sander’s campaign for President.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) won’t deliver the redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report to Congress until after a press conference from Attorney General William Barr, a Democratic aide told The Hill.
The aide said lawmakers on Capitol Hill would receive the report at 11 a.m. on Thursday, more than an hour after Barr is expected to begin his press conference.
The decision immediately led to complaints from Democrats and criticism from the media, which said it would allow the administration to spin news favorably for the White House before anyone sees Mueller’s full report.
Often, progressive and anti-Trump conservative commentators bemoan the state of our civic discourse, saying that the president has degraded American politics through name-calling and personal attacks. Yet when these critics of the president engage in such behavior, it is for a righteous and moral cause. Such was the case this morning on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” when New York Times writer David Brooks said that that President Trump is the embodiment of evil and not a single host or fellow guest batted an eye.
“This lawsuit aims to fully expose the scandalous collusion between the Obama FBI and the Clinton-DNC political operation to target Hillary Clinton’s political opponent, Donald J. Trump,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement. “The corrupted FBI owes Americans total transparency on this scandal.”
America is a land that bans books, has political prisoners and condemns people to a form of internal exile where they cannot have a job or maintain a normal life. Ten years ago, if someone said Americans would lose their jobs because they liked something on social media, only the aluminum foil hat types would have believed it. Such things were considered impossible just a decade ago. In the 1980’s, these were the sorts of things that happened in the Soviet Union, which was why communism was considered evil.
On Friday, at the National Action Network conference in New York City, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, unleashed a storm of invective against President Donald Trump.
Pastor Dennis Van Kampen published an absurd yarn of a pro-Trump hate mob victimizing his homeless shelter before yesterday’s Trump rally in Grand Rapids.
The move reportedly came at the behest of the “National Center for Transgender Equality.” The group tweeted Tuesday that it had delivered the flags to every member of Congress – even Republicans – with the request that they be flown outside their offices.
Nobody, except for the Obama family, knew who Tina Tchen was a few days ago. Now, her name is everywhere in the news.
That’s because Tchen, former chief of staff to Michelle Obama, is being credited as the person who got hate-crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett off the hook recently in Chicago.
All charges against the “Empire” actor were dropped once Tchen got involved in the case.
But now things just got even stranger, if you can believe it.
Black conservatives across America are furious at Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx over her stunning unilateral decision to drop all 16 felony counts against “Empire” star Jussie Smollett after he staged a fake hate crime.
Which perversion do they mean?
“When you can’t win the game, change the rules.”
That seems to be the motto of the far left these days. Not content to play by the rules, they hope to tilt the playing field to their own advantage and in the process transform American politics.
I’m certainly no fan of racial profiling, but if there’s anyone I’m inherently suspicious of, and frankly afraid of, in a post-Pittsburgh, post-Christchurch world — in a society with a growing white nationalism problem — it’s definitely not Muslims in the lavatory. It’s white men wearing red hats that say Make America Great Again. Wouldn’t it be nice, for a change, if one of those guys was rudely interrupted on the toilet?
At York University in Toronto, a video was captured of a man who attempted to wear a Make America Great Again hat to a vigil remembering the 50 victims of New Zealand’s Mosque attack.
In growing numbers a greater majority of people, who are exhausted of being the pawns of Trump’s enemies, both Democrats and yes, some Republicans, want it to stop. Those enemies have worked diligently for two years to turn the nation against a sitting president and have him impeached.
Hate crimes are a rising problem — but not the hate crimes against minorities and gay people the media keeps insisting are true (but aren’t). The real hate crimes that keep happening on a regular basis are against MAGA supporters, and no matter how many times some elderly person is assaulted for simply wearing a hat, no one will call the perpetrators what they are: hate-filled MAGAphobes.