OK – back to the sludge pit.
First up – special Ocasio-n !
Ocasio-Cortez supports Nancy Pelosi in House speaker race
NY Post ^ | November 20, 2018 | Mark Moore
Posted on 11/20/2018, 1:12:47 PM by conservative98
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in Nancy Pelosi’s corner.
The 29-year-old progressive star, who will become the youngest member of Congress, criticized a letter signed by 16 Democrats calling for new leadership and announcing they will not vote for Pelosi as House speaker.
“When I was reading this letter that was kind of released today, my main concern was that there is no vision, there is no common value, there is no goal that is really articulated in this letter aside from ‘We need to change,’” Ocasio-Cortez said on MSNBC on Monday evening
To: conservative98OK Grasshopper…, get in line or wind up an unsolved homicide!!!
To: dirtboySomeone told her how you wind up “sleepin’ wit da fishes”.
The FBI has been classifying the Proud Boys as an extremist group since at least this past summer, according to a law enforcement official in Washington state.
***********But Antifa and BLM are not . Hmmm…The war on
whiteswhite supremacists in high gear it seems …
The Proud boys have taken to the streets to combat these communist marxists to defend our country and way of life and all patriots. They should be applauded for their bravery. We did not start this war the marxists did but make no mistake we are at war.
Did Gavin really say this?
“I love being white and I think it’s something to be very proud of, I don’t want our culture diluted. We need to close the borders now and let everyone assimilate to a Western, white, English-speaking way of life.’’ – Gavin McInnes leader of the Proud Boys
This is what the other side says proves they are white supremacists.
Thanks, NeverTrumpers. Are You Happy Now?
American Thinker.com ^ | November 15, 2018 | Brian C. Joondeph
Posted on 11/15/2018, 1:09:30 PM by Kaslin
NeverTrump Republicans have been rabidly obsessed since 2015 to prevent Donald Trump’s nomination, election, and having failed, to join the left in nonstop criticism and condemnation of President Trump. They may be succeeding, but to what end? As they look around at the current political landscape, are they truly happy with the direction of the country? Or is that irrelevant, as long as they can strut around on their high horse, feeling smug, telling each other “I told you so”?
The NeverTrump movement began shortly after Trump announced his candidacy for the presidency. So-called “principled Republicans” were incensed that a loud-mouth from Queens, a TV reality star, a host of beauty pageants, someone never before elected to public office, should challenge the Republican establishment orthodoxy.
His tweets and straight talk were unacceptable. Calling out the media and his political opponents ran against the grain of how they thought Republicans should handle themselves in a presidential campaign. Trump did not follow the proper and acceptable savoir faire of John McCain or Mitt Romney, two prominent NeverTrumpers. The fact that both lost their elections to an easily defeatable far-left candidate who damaged the country badly during his eight-year reign of “fundamentally transforming America” seems to be lost on Trump’s GOP critics.
The NeverTrump names are familiar. Aside from the two noted above, there are others, all one-time Republicans, although their conservative beliefs have been tossed out the window over political expediency or ego. George Will, Max Boot, Steve Schmidt, Bret Stephens, Jennifer Rubin, and anyone with the last name of Bush. There are many in Congress too – Paul Ryan, Jeff Flake, Ben Sasse, Bob Corker, and others.
To: KaslinYeah I was thanking them this week.We had all of these Libbies and RINO punks on the run after 9/11, when Bushie was at 90% approval, Barbara Streisand was hounded into removing anti-American content from her website, and the Dixie Chicks were getting booed off the stage.
To: KaslinAre You Happy Now?
Actually, yes, they are. Republicans much prefer being in the minority, that way they can cast meaningless votes for things that they know will not pass. This enables them to hide their Deep State bonafides from the voters, who generally don’t pay close enough attention to tell the difference between a symbolic vote and a real one that actually matters.
To: cherryyou don’t bad mouth your own party or its candidates….
Until the back-stabbing GOPe gets on board with this concept, I’m perfectly fine with (verbal) attacks on GOPe candidates. Sorry, but it is time for “war” with these people. It is the same problems over and over again, all caused by the GOPe. Until these a-holes get on board the Trump Train, they may as well be Democrats.