Deep Thinking: Did You Know That Donald Trump is OUR Fault?

We get email alerts, as annoying as most are, and some inspire commentary.

One such example is from a group called “The Trump Impeachment” and they sent a link to the following post by Joseph “Murfster35” Murphy.

You wanna blame somebody for Trump? Blame his supporters. Seriously.

The sole reason that Trump says what he says, and does what he does, is because his truest, most base supporters continue to give him positive reinforcement for his words and actions His supporters love his antics, he behaves the way that they do after their fifth round at Casey’s on a Friday night. And better yet, they get the vicarious thrill of not having their wife make them sleep on the sofa when he says or does something that they’d like to do themselves. How many times have we all read articles and comments wondering on Trump’s complete lack of civility and shame. What nobody ever seems to comment on is the complete lack of civility and shame in his backers.

“The complete lack of civility and shame in his backers”…?

Sorry but Republicans and/or conservatives didn’t immediately take to the streets on Election Night with chants and signs of “Not my president” in a direct middle finger to the winning candidate and those who voted for him.

Republicans and/or conservatives didn’t commit acts of traffic disruption and property damage on Inauguration Day and then have the nerve to dictate everyone else observe a brand of “civility” that they alone would define. They obtained permits, required minimal anticipated law enforcement presence, and always left their area of gathering cleaner than when they arrived.

Unlike liberals.

 

Republicans and/or conservatives didn’t commit acts of violence against congressmen, senators and their staff on baseball fields or their backyards, let alone be instructed by a Republican member of Congress to stalk and harass administration officials where they eat or live.

What nobody on the left ever seems to comment on is the complete lack of civility and shame of Barack and Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders’ backers.

And they’re full of shit to boot.

As observed many times over the years, when liberals are backed into an intellectual corner, their primary retort is that of personal insults while ignoring the sexist things they do and racist shit they say.

All the way back during the campaign, and ever since, when Trump’s most loyal acolytes are interviewed, they freely admit that they know that the wall will never be built, they just love chanting the slogan as a communal thing. They know he can’t deliver on what he promises, but they love him anyway, because he gives them license to show their true fears and bigotry. And besides, Trump has already delivered on his most basic campaign promise, he is demolishing the entire political and administrative structure of the government. Never forget, all of the racism and xenophobia aside, that is what they sent him there to do. And they’re thrilled.

Democrats knew achieving their pet “single-payer” project would never make it through the legislative process without direct deception to the American people, and thanks to the cover of a complicit media, the lies were blown off, and Obamacare became law fleecing millions of dollars directly from taxpayer wallets. Democrats openly gloat after-the-fact when they successfully dupe the American people and get what they want.

Democrats have also successfully pitted one group against those they prefer. Whether it’s black versus white, men and women over others, Christians versus Muslims, illegal aliens over citizens, liberals have fostered more division for political currency the general public will never be allowed to cash in. Police are ambushed and murdered, citizens are beaten in the streets when responding to progressive protests and the left is thrilled.

And he’s using them to kill our political process too. People keep gnashing their teeth about the GOP doing nothing to rein Trump in. Ever watch a politician? They govern with one wet finger sticking up in the air, looking for which way the wind is blowing. And right now, the GOP trade winds are blowing in a Trumperly direction. The old joke is true, the word politics is derived from two ancient Greek words, poly, meaning ‘many’, and tics, meaning ‘many small, bloodsucking insects.’ The days of honor and constitutional oaths are gone in the GOP, do you really think that Carlos Curbelo wants to go back to being just another common slob in January?

As Rush Limbaugh has mused, Democrats only contesting elections THEY lose after the polls close and conveniently finding votes to push their candidate over the top is killing the political process as they are casting partisan doubt on the political process. Their traditional short-sightedness with calling for an end to the Electoral College in favor of the popular vote will only last until they lose a presidential election via that process. Then we all know they’ll be the first to laud the wisdom of the Founding Fathers in the creation of the Electoral College; a wisdom Hillary Clinton now calls an “anachronism”.

And when it comes to Constitutional oaths, we need only look to the partisan malfeasance on the many Circuit Court benches where rulings are not a result of following rule-of-law precedent but by a Constitution they believe evolves according to progressive desires.

It should be fun to watch the freshman class on Capitol Hill attempt to wrench power from those who’ve held it, in some cases, before some of these freshmen were born. While they avoided going back to “being just another common slob”, they’ve created mechanisms that enrich themselves personally and it will interesting to see how quickly and easily the progressive passionate can be bought.

This is why the investigations that the new Democratic controlled House will undertake starting in January are so important. And why they must be so surgically precise. Exposing Trump’s lies and personal greed won’t do any good. Trump’s supporters won’t care, and everybody else already suspected that stuff. The investigations must be geared to exposing acts and practices that actually affect everyday Americans. There is nothing you can say that is going to turn a Trombie from the “true faith,” the goal must be the same as 2018, ignite passive voters to rise up to protect their own self interests, not the thrill of watching a Three Stooges episode on the 6 o’clock news every night.

Overturning an election result liberal Democrats didn’t like IS the objective. Imposing subsequent revenge on those who voted for Donald Trump will be sweet for them. Covering the interference by federal agencies and their employees must be covered up because the objective is more important that the Pandora’s Box that they may be susceptible to in the future. How many lives are destroyed along the way is of little consequence to those who demand we care for others.

They arrogantly expect everyone to think and vote like them. Many admit they don’t know or frequent places where their political opposition inhabit. That’s because Republicans and/or conservatives tend to be more respectful in public places and not feel entitled and empowered to force their political views on others. Republicans and/or conservatives don’t believe they have a right to shout down opposition and silence the other side simply because they don’t want to hear it.

Because the general election of 2020 is only 711 days away. Forget the Trumpaholics, they’re lost souls. If Trump is defeated in 2020, there will be no political detox for these people, they will simply slither back into whatever dark hole they came from, imply because they didn’t care about the politics, or the process, only their own amusement.

      

True, we won’t take to the streets, jump on and damage police cars, break the windows of businesses in our path, set automobiles on fire. We’ll be pissed but we won’t physically take it out on Democrats.

At least, for now.

Democrats have destroyed the American tradition of civil public discourse and self-defense is now a matter of interpretation.

We now know what the GOP ceiling in national elections in the era of Trump is. It’s 46%, that’s what Trump got in 2016, and that’s what the national Republicans got in 20178. And the only way that they can win in 2020 is if only 45.9% of us show up. It’s our job for the next 711 days to use every tool in our box to make sure that this doesn’t happen.

The 2018 midterm election tactic of finding votes was a dry run for the 2020 presidential matchup.

If the Democrat wins, it will be an accepted decision by the American people. If President Trump wins reelection, the vote will be contested, some ballots will be found and some will be misplaced or destroyed and there will be disruption in the streets, walkouts in the schools… and it will all be our fault.

Then and Now: Maxine Waters Sung a Very Different Tune on Impeachment

By Bob Parks

Rep. Maxine Waters describes herself as being on the “front line” in the desire of many Democrats to forcibly reverse the results of a presidential election and impeach the President of the United States; for yet-to-be-determined “high crimes and misdemeanors” and her personally-defined threshold of Donald Trump’s not being fit to lead.

Listen to the words of Congresswoman Waters in 1998 during the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings where she was quite worried about the collateral damage done to others swept into the progress, the fact the charges were relatively vague and not what could be officially determined to be “high crimes”.

If one were to substitute her references to “Clinton” with “Trump”, her arguments against impeachment dance in the realm of hypocrisy.

Listen to all of the things Rep. Waters cared about in 1998: the “hatred”, the “American soldiers”, “partisan impeachment”, the “American public”, “private lives opened up” and “destroyed”, “the people’s House”, a “coup d’etat”, “extremists”, “rule of law”, “trumped-up charges”….

However, today Waters apparently cares little about the financial ruin of General Michael Flynn and others at the hands of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Waters apparently cares little about the possible removal of a “populist president” who has managed to produce bonafide results for the American people despite the resistance of the normal slow-motion process of fat-and-happy federal politicians and employees who’ve produced nothing but a lethargic mechanism that taxpayers are forced to support.

Waters apparently cares little about the American people who voted for Donald Trump and believes she can overturn the results of an election just because she doesn’t like his personality and methods.

This is (again) about Democrat power and Auntie Maxine’s quest for popularity and relevance. Just take a look at the stock market since the Democrats retook the House. It’s not pretty, but the welfare of the American people has always been a low priority when it comes to people like Rep. Waters. It’s always been about Maxine first.

Just look at the ongoing state of decline of Waters’ districts since she was first elected in 1990; a district today she’s had no desire to live in for many years.

Consistent LOSSES! Cruz Millennials Should NOT Be Running GOP Campaigns

Look at the Democrats and how they run political campaigns. They seldom make unforced errors based on repeating mistakes from years ago. They are focused, targeted, and experienced. Unlike those allegedly on our side.

Too many uninformed conservatives (who have the ear of our candidates because they donate to them) believe millennials should be running our campaigns because they have ‘less responsibilities’ and can devote more time to what has to be done on the ground. Not sure where that wisdom came from but it’s too bad the consistent bad results aren’t the massive red flag they should be.

    

Greg Bannon ran for United States Senate in North Carolina and lost.
Roy Moore ran for United States Senate in Alabama and lost.
Chris McDaniel ran for United States Senate in Mississippi and lost.
Corey Stewart ran for Governor and United States Senate and lost.
Paul Nehlen ran for United States Congress in Wisconsin and lost.

Now what do you think these candidates all have in common?

Arrogance, condescension and a group of North Carolina political operative millennials whose only real accomplishments are separating Republicans from their wallets.

Campaign millennials locate marks, demand and are paid top dollar despite actual accomplishments.

I came home to find out that my boys received two trophies for nothing, participation trophies! While I am very proud of my boys for everything they do and will encourage them till the day I die, these trophies will be given back until they EARN a real trophy. I’m not about to raise two boys to be men by making them believe that they are entitled to something just because they tried their best… cause sometimes your best is not enough, and that should drive you to want to do better.
James Harrison, former Pro Bowl linebacker

That’s assuming they really tried their best. Sadly, the “participation trophy” mentality has infected Republican politics.

Moore’s campaign paid two companies more than $730,000, according to Federal Election Commission records. It paid another $130,000 in total to a GOP consultant and another firm that lists his home in D.C. as its mailing address.
Daily Beast, 2/28/18

These companies, despite a record of achievement, has successfully gotten a stranglehold in Virginia Republican politics and maybe even got Corey Stewart to part with a generous lump sum from a previously, well-earned warchest to feed the millennial losers.

Another Cruzer who sucked money out of Stewart’s campaign was a so-called “social media marketing” company with a very unremarkable website. Again, despite a prior track record of success, it (he?) was paid consistently.

Corey Stewart ran Donald Trump’s Virginia apparatus so we all know where he’s coming from. With that, why would he become associated with ANYONE associated with the very same Ted Cruz campaign that tried to steal Trump delegates in Virginia?

In August, U.S. Army veteran Spence Rogers sold his house in Tampa, Florida and bought an RV, and set off with his wife and three children for a cross-country adventure. Rogers, his family and the RV ended up in Iowa — a state he had never before visited — and instead of sightseeing, he signed on to be Cruz’s deputy director for Iowa.
CBS News, 1/15/16

Sorry, who does that to their family?

Prior to Stewart’s gubernatorial run, Bob personally sat down with Corey. It ended with him saying he wanted Bob to work on his campaign. However in a subsequent phone call, Rogers didn’t seem to want him on the campaign, said he already had people shooting video with their “tablets” and iphones, and the directive of the candidate was never observed. The pattern of condescension from self-important millennials, despite an ROI of accomplishment is a cancer conservatives need to starting purging.

Stewart’s campaign was managed by Spence Rogers whose outfit, Grow To Win, collected $73,600 for his services. The Stewart campaign used Rick Shaftan’s Atlantic Media and Research for their TV and radio buys, spending $217,631 in the losing effort.
Bearing Drift, 6/8/18

Why is this important? Again, the level of documented unprofessional behavior without favorable results.

Stephen Lonegan aide Rick Shaftan was fired after an explicit tirade to Talking Points Memo about Mr Booker’s unwillingness to ‘take advantage of the perks of office’ during interaction the Newark mayor had with a vegan from Oregon, concluding he tweets like ‘a gay guy.’
Daily Mail, 10/12/13

Granted, Shaftan is older but has set the bad example and should have never been considered for races of monumental importance.

Fritsch made a series of controversial social media posts that drew negative attention to Stewart’s campaign. Another Stewart campaign aide, Rick Shaftan, has a history of social media posts that includes calling the NAACP a “more violent” version of the KKK and saying only a “fool” would start a business in a black neighborhood.
Richmond Times-Dispatch, 9/17/18

Why anyone who supported Ted Cruz, especially when he and Ken Cuccinelli were trying to steal Donald Trump’s well-earned delegates, would be hired by staunch Trump conservative candidates is beyond logic.

And too many of the people absorbed into their campaigns in paid positions are more about flaunting themselves and instead of updating supporters on the state of the campaigns, are more about posting Facebook live videos of themselves going from one event to another and producing amateurish vertical videos for what are, in some cases, multi-million dollar national campaigns.

We’ve since had negative dealings with some of these people and we’d hope that any Virginia Republican in the future really take a look at their track record before cutting checks to any of these rude, condescending punks. Did we say we had negative dealings with some of them?

In sports, any team in rebuilding mode seeks personnel with a winning record. Very, very few teams hire coaches who can’t point to recent winning accomplishments, but in the world of politics our candidates are given poor advice as to who to hire and end up with consistent losers at the helm.

Here’s yet ANOTHER example.

Joe Arpaio ran for United States Congress in Arizona and lost.

  

How often do you see Democrat campaign “consultants” make it all about them during the campaign?

   

It could be argued that had these “Team Arpaio” consultants spent more time promoting the candidate instead of themselves, the outcome may have been different.

Many of us remember, before places of employment were transformed into millennial safe spaces, a time when younger workers would sit and listen during conservations in the workplace. It was because older employees were experienced and the youngsters thus had little of value to offer that conversation. But today, we’re told to value them despite their lack of experience and the results permeate throughout society, including our political campaigns.

Like so many other examples we’ve documented, until conservative Republicans learn to vet those they elevate and pay, we’ll continue to look the fool after losing another winnable election cycle.

As one millennial posted above, “rich people are often stupid. As an indicator valuable.” – and there’s no shortage of millennials who are clamouring to take their money.

Let’s stop losing important elections that affect our daily lives and freeze out political predator opportunists.

Arrogant #NeverTrumpers May Have Cost 2018 Republicans The House

After every contentious presidential primary, we’re always told to rally around the frontrunner. Many of us had to hold our noses whether in recent years our remaining option was a Bob Dole, a John McCain or a Mitt Romney. Many of us knew they didn’t have what it took to stave off a liberal media onslaught, but we did what the party bosses demanded and look what it got us.

In 2016, we finally had a candidate in Donald J. Trump who made neutering a hostile media his first priority but because he wasn’t of the pedigree unelected conservatives approved of, they decided to not only denigrate Trump but also the millions of Americans who supported him. Their vocal opposition, in some cases, continued on until Election Day 2016 and we’ll never know how many popular votes weren’t cast for him as a result.

In 2018, we hear there were record turnouts for the midterm election but some Republicans who were supposed to win, lost. How many races were lost because sore-loser #NeverTrumpers stayed home or voted for Democrats?

Mary Beth Hunt: I voted in 2016 but was unable to vote for either Trump or Clinton. In the midterms, I will vote for Democratic candidates for House, Senate, and governor. I’m holding my nose to do it, but I hope there are enough like-minded people to check Trump’s power. I fear we are watching the demise of our democracy, and desperate times call for desperate measures!

Richard Wright: I am a former lifelong Republican (became independent after Trump’s nomination), a Burkean conservative reader of National Review and Commentary, and Ross, along with David Brooks, are two of my current ideological guideposts. I have already mailed in my [Florida] ballot in which I did exactly as Ross proposed: Dem for the House, Rep for the Senate, and a write in of Jeb Bush for Gov. since Gillum is too far to the left and Desantis is too much a Trump sycophant.

Eric Morgan: It was with a clothespin upon nose and a very heavy heart that I pulled the lever for Hillary in 2016. So, I count myself among the Never Trumpers who has taken the previously inconceivable action of voting for not only a Democrat but one of the most deeply flawed candidates in my lifetime. Here is the good news — I live in Utah and will vote for Mitt Romney who has shown the courage to speak out against the most flawed President since Nixon. I hope he doesn’t let us down.

Lynn Schmidt: I am a Never Trump former Republican. I live in Missouri where we have Senator McCaskill running against Josh Hawley. Josh is a Trump lackey. I will be voting for and even have donated money to several Democratic campaigns.
New York Times, 10/26/18

#NeverTrumpers did a lot of damage on the way to Election Day 2016 and continue to play narcissistic head games to this day.

I was a Never Trumper in 2016, and I’ve strongly criticized the president countless times since his election. Unless he has a character transplant, I have no intention of voting for him for president in 2020. But I’ll happily vote for Marsha Blackburn over Phil Bredesen.
David French, 7/24/18

With all due respect, but who the fuck elected National Review’s David French or George Will to leadership positions where THEY and others can tell conservatives who and who not to vote for? Some of the very “conservative principles” people who did so much damage are now the ones reminding us of our DUTY to support President Trump and why, not because they had a come-to-Jesus-moment but because their opulent personal incomes and status depends on it.

This is now not bitching about what happened last week, but an attempt to see what damage there may still to be done. You know there’s room for concern when liberals believe there are those on our side that will create internal havoc that will only serve to help Democrats.

Only Never Trumpers can credibly claim to stand against the moral abominations that suffused Trump’s political rise and the first year of his presidency. They alone are conserving a faction on the right that stands against deplorability in the face of a president who remains a cruel, mendacious egomaniac. They alone can credibly claim to oppose racial demagoguery.
The Atlantic, 12/27/18

Despite the fact President Trump is doing more for Americans than the last few presidents combined, #NeverTrump Cruzers are no better than that spoiled punk who took his marbles and went home after losing. The problem is they’re not only taking out their aggression on President Trump but every candidate down-ballot, as well as conservatives and Republicans who got off their asses and went to the polls.

Hundreds of thousands of #NeverTrumpers supported Ted Cruz and refused to support the eventual Republican nominee. These are the very same people who’ll demand we all come together and support a future nominee they see unwavering virtue in.

I wonder what rationale they’ve instruct us to respect when it comes to decorum after the primary ends and it’s time to come together?

Hillary Dems’ First Act of Punishment: H.R. 1 to Restrict Free Speech

Let’s be real from the onset: liberal Democrats are not as angry with Donald Trump as they are with the American voters who put him in office as well as the system that brought about a presidential election defeat that drove them to tears and more. The Electoral College “anachronism” that they hailed in 2008 (the ONLY reason Bill Clinton was elected twice) is now a serious problem Democrats will mess with soon enough….

But as evidenced by their tactics starting with #BlackLivesMatter, disruption of the lives of the American people was a direct act of punishment. The election of President Trump inspired the Democrat-sanctioned Indivisible #resistance that sought to push back against a public official they didn’t vote for and punish the American people to this day. We see their punishment with the introduction of everything anti-Trump in our classrooms, cable news and media reporting, primetime television plotlines, late night so-called comedy shows, music and more.

Now that Democrats have some Capitol Hill power, they can start exacting their punishment against those who dared vote against them.

Democrats will take control of the U.S. House in January with big items topping their legislative to-do list: Remove obstacles to voting, close loopholes in government ethics law and reduce the influence of political money. Party leaders say the first legislative vote in the House will come on H.R. 1, a magnum opus of provisions that Democrats believe will strengthen U.S. democratic institutions and traditions.

The bill would establish automatic voter registration and reinvigorate the Voting Rights Act, crippled by a Supreme Court decision in 2013. It would take away redistricting power from state legislatures and give it to independent commissions.

Other provisions would overturn the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling, which declared political spending is First Amendment free speech; they would mandate more disclosure of outside money and establish a public financing match for small contributions.
NPR, 11/12/18

We see how elections in the United States are now conducted.

When Democrats win by the end of Election Day, the results are a “will of the people” sanctioned and accepted done deal. When Republicans win, we must “count every vote” past Election Day until enough DEMOCRAT votes can be “found” and the Democrat wins. While the left will laugh at this, there are enough recent examples of only Democrats winning after losing to see there is funny business going on.

More insidious is the Democrat desire to enable more vehicles to make finding votes when needed by controlling the mechanisms: circumventing state control of their districting and reinterpreting what is free speech. When it comes to Hillary’s “Citizens United” hemorrhoid that’s never healed, Democrats argue that entities are not people and can’t advocate for-or-against candidates… however they’ll never touch the unions that to that very thing and more for them every election cycle, not make one video Hillary didn’t like.

Thankfully, H.R. 1 won’t make it past the Senate and if it did, would be vetoed by President Trump but it’s always nice to know what the other side’s true motivations are.

The only silver lining is salivating Democrats will overreach. They always do when they get a taste of that all-consuming power and their success today will be something they’ll be in hysterical panic-mode at undoing when it comes back to bite them.

And why so much emphasis on Hillary?

Because she’s always needed a path cleared to make things easier for her political aspirations. Creating more voters, Democrats controlling districts and dictating what can or cannot be said about her ever… now why would that be a Democrat priority with the next political cycle being the 2020 presidential election?

White Dem Women Call Out Racism While Always Exempting Themselves

It must be nice to feel so morally and intellectually superior that you can accuse so many people you don’t know of something while exempting yourself of the same thing from a position of self-imposed superiority.

Let’s get this out of the way from the onset: this is AGAIN about sore-loser Hillary Clinton supporters’ continuing whine about Donald Trump.

Half of white women continue to vote Republican. What’s wrong with them?
For the past two years, the American left has been haunted by a number: 53. It is the percentage of white women who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. In the sectors of the left where the figure and its implications have become a perennial theme, the number is treated both as disappointing and darkly unsurprising, a reflection of the conventional wisdom that white women would rather choose the racism espoused by the Republican party than join in the moral coalition represented by men of color and other women.

Moira Donegan, The Guardian

More times than not, the condescending may reluctantly admit they know very few of the people they publicly demonize. They’d never admit they’re speaking out of ignorance, thus their statements are totally irresponsible while borderline slanderous. No, it’s easier to point a finger of condemnation towards one group while conveniently ignoring the many factors that should be considered.

Women Can Be Racists, Too
After the 2016 election, many Americans expressed shock that large numbers of women voted for Donald Trump, a man known for vulgar sexism, anti-feminist positions, and admitted groping. Many experts had therefore predicted women would rally around Clinton in a display of gender solidarity, yet in 2016 she got only 54 percent of women’s vote. And among white women, Trump beat Clinton 53 to 43 percent.
Marjorie J. Spruill, University of South Carolina

Of course Professor Spruill, like most sanctimonious liberals, omit the offenses of liberal Hollywood pigs like Harvey “#MeToo” Weinstein, not to mention the racist past of the Democrat Party and relies on the ignorance she and many others are responsible for when it comes to trite matters like… teaching.

In her piece, the headline photo used was captioned, “Klu Klux Klan members march in Washington, D.C., 1928.”

Did she also point out that the Klan was the enforcement wing of the Democrat Party? Of course not because that would require explanations not convenient to the discussion. It would require honest introspection but as the liberal wing of today’s Democrat Party STILL lies about their racist, murderous past that “both parties switched positions”, which requires a total suspension of common sense, Spruill can safely join those who feel safe in pointing out accusations against President Trump while omitting the many documented sexual offenses committed by President Bill Clinton, who is still a warmly invited guest to any and all progressive events and ventures.

White Women: We Need To Talk About Race
“White women like me” is a phrase you hear often when you talk with Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner. In this book, she calls on white women to engage in difficult conversations with one another and to become change agents to dismantle racism in America. Keep Marching is a how-to guide for doing just that.

From the outset, Rowe-Finkbeiner explores the feminist movement’s legacy of prioritizing the experience of white, cisgender, middle-class women above all others. In the book and throughout her work, she uses her own identity and experience to engage other white women in a conversation about race and class that prioritizes the experiences of women of color, of low-income women, of trans and gender-nonbinary people.
Lelia Gowland, Forbes

Liberals love to define the rules on their terms without any negotiation. Especially when it comes to millennials, they introduce terms they were indoctrinated with as societal norms that must be observed.

While many liberal women, not only white women, say they have no issues with “women of color” and are hypersensitive to something they will never have to live with, it also doesn’t take much for them to say what they really feel within the comfort of like-minded and excuse the racism within their own ranks.

Had ANY Republican, Trump supporting woman publicly said what Hillary Clinton said, that white woman would have been crucified in the media, would have lost her job, would be forced to offer mea culpas that would never be acknowledged as enough, and the motivations for her apologies would always be questioned.

But if you’re a privileged white liberal woman, you always get that pass from the very people attacking others who they don’t know and could never understand.

Why are White Women So Terrified of Being Called Racist?
First of all, we are the most likely to be around people of color. And to the degree we think we already know all this, we have nothing more to learn, we’re woke—to the degree we think that, we’re going to put all our energy into making sure that YOU know that we’re woke, and YOU know that we’re not racist. So racism comes up and what do I do? Oh, well, “I tutored on the reservation, I’ve been to Costa Rica, I marched in the sixties, I was in Teach for America, I went to a really diverse high school.” We give this evidence that in our minds establishes that we can’t be racist, and it’s actually absurd evidence if we take the time to think about it, which we rarely do, right?
Sady Doyle, ELLE Magazine

Maybe that should’ve been titled, “Why are Liberal White Women So Terrified of Being Called Racist?” Aside of being able to reflexively list their black friends off on more than the fingers on one hand, there are also some very dark realities they won’t admit in front of others, let alone in Elle Magazine.

Liberal white women are more likely to make false allegations of a sexual nature against innocent men.

Seriously, we all know how our national media would react if a female member of a college Republican group was caught making a false rape accusation. She’d be pounced upon via social media vitriol, she’d “setting women back decades”, making it harder (from here on) for any woman wanting to come forward, yada yada.

And the nastiest dirty secret liberal women that would leave them running from the room flailing their arms: should they need an alibi or are in need of personal attention, the first person that comes to their minds to blame a rape on is a black man. For some strange reason, they seem to believe they’ll be believed and if an innocent black man’s freedom is imperiled or even taken away, that collateral damage is totally inconsequential in their narcissism of questionable import.

Being black in a world where white lies matter
Whether it’s a woman in Michigan falsely claiming that a group of black men kidnapped, beat and raped her; another woman claiming a black man kidnapped her 3-year-old and 14-month-old sons (whom she actually killed); the infamous Amanda Knox accusing a black man of the heinous murder she was initially convicted of; or even a man claiming that black men stabbed his wife to death (whom he actually killed). In each instance, the initial story was believable because of the troubling belief that a black man is capable of such a thing.

It’s because we’ve always been told this is what black men do.
 Martenzie Johnson, The Undefeated

Sounds a tad bitter and deservedly so.

Have you noticed when liberal feel-your-pain women talk about Emmett Till, they NEVER mention how it was the false allegation of a white woman that contributed to his killing? No, it was that faceless systemic racism that was easier to blame instead of the word of a white woman whose word and perceptions were accepted without question.

Rape has historically been a crime in which the victim is scrutinized in intense detail. In cases of black-on-white rape, however, the victim was almost immediately believed and the assailant assumed guilty. The myth of the “black beast rapist” grew out of perceived threats from a free, politically empowered black population after the Civil War. Black-on-white rape, the embodiment of the black rapist myth, threatened the patriarchal privileges possessed by white men, privileges dependent upon perceived notions of white femininity. Specifically, the myth depended upon the idea that white women were symbols of racial purity and virtue, and should be protected chivalrously by white men. The myth also depended upon the idea that white women were sexually desirable.
Lisa Lindquist Dorr, University of Virginia

Interesting how black men became threatening to white women after “an empowered black population after the Civil War”. That war was a fight for or against slavery and the Union, led by Republicans, won. So, logically, the animosity against an empowered black population came from liberals.

Let’s be real; the physical attributes of white women who falsely accuse black men of rape are normally not in that “sexually desirable” column. These are frustrated, angry liberal white women and again, their kneejerk accused-of-choice is that worthless black man.

And again, if Republican women were making racist false accusations against black men, THAT would be the national headline and deservedly so. To date, can you name ONE instance where that’s happened? Oh, and what ever happened to all those women who came out of the woodwork to accuse Herman Cain of sexual assault during his 2012 presidential campaign? As usual, the damage was done and they all went away which, if you look at the aftermath of the Brett Kavanaugh drama, is a pattern they use because it works.

White Women, Come Get Your People. (But Who Are Your People?)
On Wednesday, I was on no fewer than three group texts between white women asking what they could do about white women.

It was the day after the midterm elections, and the exit poll numbers showed, once again, that more than half of white women voters voted Republican in key races in Florida and Texas, and that more than three-quarters of white women voters had voted against gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in Georgia.
Emma Gray, Huffington Post

These narrow-minded liberals don’t realize they are making the same assumptions of ignorance with white women that they’ve always made with blacks.

We have the latest salvo “The Other Trent Lotts” by New York Times columnist Bob Herbert, in which we get an example of lazy, emotionalism in print that makes his editor masters happy and should keep him employed another day. It’s obviously supposed to give the readers the continued impression that “since we all look alike, we all think alike.”
Bob Parks, 12/24/02

Over the next few years, I modified that line to read, “Since we all look alike, we’re supposed to think and vote alike” which is apropos to this discussion. But as is the case with blacks, it’s also predicated by having to insulate oneself of the accusations made of others.

These are the same caring white liberal women who go batshit crazy at the possible peril of losing that “right to choose”. They’ll also be the last to admit (if they even know) that abortion was normalized via a false rape accusation but was originally aimed at black people and continues to be to this day.

Liberal Democrat white women who are now coming off as morally righteous are every bit as condescending, if not outright racist in their dealings with minorities. Very few would narrow their hiring to the qualified. Instead they embrace the mediocre and presenting them as the “voice” of people white women should be voting for; not because of their political accomplishments but because of a vagina; original or installed.

Screaming misogyny against one man while giving another a longing pass is the height of hypocrisy but is the sad norm for those looking down on others.

Hillary’s Campaign Knew She Had No Chance; Devastating Internals

The bad news was probably felt by their campaign gurus, they knew things weren’t looking good and it appears to have been known by too many downwind of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

They just needed verification as it was time to implement a “salvage program”.

Remember how the media told us Hillary support among blacks was strong, albeit down compared to Obama’s. They all knew it was much worse than was being reported to the public.

So, let’s see what we have here.

At this point Donald Trump has both momentum and enthusiasm. Distrust in the mainstream media is blunting the impact of the collective polling narrative. As Election Day approaches, Hillary Clinton’s favorable ratings have crashed to historic lows (12%) in non-partisans and Donald Trump is consolidating support (97% of LV Republican-identifying respondents are either enthusiastic or very enthusiastic about voting for Trump).

You’d never know this if you remember the media’s coverage, especially those who laughed about his candidacy and later assured us Independents were a lock for Hillary.

Among independents, Hillary voters who are exposed to any alternative media (73%) are aware of the WikiLeaks emails and find them either disturbing (54%) or deeply disturbing (18%). Among liberal-identifying whites, support is shifting from Hillary (-27 since October 1st) to Donald Trump (78%) or Jill Stein (21%).

Smear all Republicans as “alt-right” and tie them to any evil right-of-center media they consume.

For voters who solely consume mainstream media only 28% are aware of the WikiLeaks emails and of those, only 8% are aware of the content. For these voters Clinton leads Trump by +8.

Minority voters are less likely to consume alternative media (only 14%) and are less likely to be aware of the email leak (only 18% for males, 9% for females). Even with this group, enthusiasm is down 63 points compared to October 2008.

On other fronts, the counter-narrative [against Trump] is failing as well. Most heavy consumers of social media understand that the allegations against Donald Trump of sexual misconduct have largely been debunked (77%). We understand that communications strategies in that space have been unable to reduce the impact of this messaging. Worse, among white males in telephone polling 93% of them either approve (72%) or strongly approve (21%) of Donald Trump’s hot-mic tape.

Information suppression by her friendly media was crucial for campaign, but the inconvenient truth was getting out via the very social media she still blames on phantom Russians.

Note how the bad numbers have been hidden, maybe to prevent the ashtrays from being hurled. Also witness the evidence of the admitted failure to paint Donald Trump negatively while Hillary came off as a sickly, damaged, mean candidate.

Even Hillary supporters were open to election integrity assistance from the very Russians they now blame for her defeat.

On a disturbing note, some 70% of Republican-leaning voters are aware bussed-in voting, false-face operations, and dead-man’s-party registration drives.

They were hemorrhaging support and irreversibly and tie this in with the media’s pity party on how Donald Trump disparaged them and how unsafe they felt at his rallies.

Too bad we’ll never know who in the media hierarchy saw this report and acted accordingly in favor of Hillary.

Now, here’s where things got a bit ominous.

This may necessitate severe strategy changes for November.

Just what do you think those “severe strategy changes” were and are possibly still ongoing?

So, the Clinton campaign KNEW they were going to lose and that may have been the impetus to engage their friends in the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to do everything, including produce an “insurance policy” to either derail Donald Trump’s election or bolix up his presidency.

They were also very concerned that Trump’s candidacy was no fluke and his supporters were approaching Election Day accordingly.

And how desperate was the Clinton campaign? Possibly in that “we’ll try anything” category to make the American people get down on their knees in sheer “awe” of Hillary.

If that wasn’t arm-flailing enough, consider what they thought might be going-too-far.

Remember this white paper whenever you hear anything about the 2016 presidential election. Hillary’s people knew it was going to be bad; how bad was the question.

We may be still living what they decided to do about it.

#ProtectMueller: MoveOn Liberal Dems Take to the Streets Nationwide

Not even 48 hours after Democrats retook the House of Representatives, MoveOn liberals took to the streets on the United States to protest the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions (who they suddenly see value in?) and his interim replacement, Matthew Whitaker.

Hundreds of Mueller protection protests have been organized nationwide to push back against Donald Trump’s recent authoritarian moves and assert: Nobody is above the law.
MoveOn Facebook video, 11/8/17

The danger is that Sessions’ resignation could pave the way to firing special counsel Robert Mueller, who’s leading the Russia investigation. This is how it works: AG Sessions should have overseen the Mueller investigation, but since he recused himself, the investigation went to deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. That’s already changing – the new AG will take over the Mueller investigation and thus, have the power to fire Mueller. Firing Mueller for anything other than wrongdoing would be illegal – but Trump seems to have no regard for the law.
ACLU petition, 11/8/18

Despite not having the power to do so, Democrats have deemed themselves the only ones to select the nest United States Attorney General; NOT the President of the United States.

What too many ACLU and MoveOn’s supporters don’t realize is that they’re being used to cover up the many abuses by pro-Hillary personnel in the DOJ and FBI who did everything they could to thwart the election of Donald Trump and disrupt his transition and presidency. Once the truth of the failed Democrat coup is finally revealed to the American people, all hell will break loose and no taking to the streets will undo the damage they attempted.

I Would Have Fired Jim Acosta Had He Worked in My Department

I’ve had a Capitol Hill press credential and I always considered it a privilege, not a right, to hold it.

I managed a video department in the D.C. area where we interviewed federal politicians in their offices as well as in the field, as well as a variety of activist newsmakers. The reporters who answered to me knew I expected everyone they interviewed be treated with respect and politeness. I always produced the video of these people in their entirety as to always avoid the appearance of got’cha, deceptive editing which sadly and routinely occurs on the profession and amateur level.

That said, the Obama Administration was treated and treated the media differently than the Trump administration.

But the media has been consistent with President Trump: rude, hostile and unfair.

CNN reporter Jim Acosta on Wednesday denied the White House’s claim that he became physical with a young female White House intern during a heated exchange earlier that day with President Trump.

“I didn’t put my hands on her or touch her as they’re alleging. It’s unfortunate the White House is saying this,” Acosta said on CNN. “I think I handled myself professionally.”

Video shows the White House intern attempting to take the microphone from Acosta while he was asking Trump a question about a Central American migrant caravan heading north to the U.S. As the intern tried to grab the mic, Acosta said, “pardon me, ma’am” and continued to try to ask his question. Acosta’s hand appeared to brush the intern’s arm during the exchange.
The Hill, 11/7/18

With that, had any of the reporters who worked for me had an opportunity to ask questions of the President of the United States, I would have expected the questions be respectful. I was not a supporter of President Obama, but he would’ve been treated with the respect the office demanded. Had a reporter working for me treated President Trump in the manner CNN’s Jim Acosta behaved, I would have fired that reporter; one to send a message to the other reporters working for me but also to assure the White House that such unprofessional conduct was not being tolerated. The press credential of not only that reporter but our entire organization would be in potential peril and deservedly so.

MoveOn/NextGen: Democrat-House-Victory ‘Civility’ Didn’t Last 24 Hours

When it comes to Democrats, “civility” has conditions and a time limit.

You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for. I believe if we are fortunate enough to take back the House and or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again.
Hillary Clinton, 10/9/18

Well, not even 24 hours since the Democrats got the word they’d retaken the House, MoveOn is taking to the streets AGAIN!

 

Here’s the information for that event you signed up for—help spread the word by sharing your event with your friends and family.

Event: Nobody is Above the Law Rally
White House
Washington
Your attendee tool page: https://act.moveon.org/event/mueller-firing-rapid-response-events/tools/?akid=193039%2E19167164%2ERDvjGE

**NOTE ON TIMING AND WHAT TO EXPECT** Please check the time and date on the event page. However, since many of these events were planned months ago, it’s possible details may shift (if the date seems way off, that’s just a glitch—the events are tomorrow, Thursday, November 8—most of them at 5 p.m. local time). You can still head to the location listed at 5 p.m. local time on Thursday November 8, but note that in some cases a host may not be present. You can still show up with signs, peacefully assemble, and send a clear message to politicians and the media that nobody is above the law! You can also contact the hosts of your event through the event page if you have any questions.

Thanks for all you do.

–David and the whole Nobody Is Above The Law team
MoveOn/NexGen email, 11/7/18

It must be nice to have supporters who are still such 2016 sore losers that the “Russian collusion” distraction-lie still lives large in their skinny brains.

We’ll see how much disruption and intimidation the Democrat “civility” brings nationally Thursday night.

11/8/18 UPDATE

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson is the latest target of progressive “civility”.

A group of protesters sieged the home of Fox News host Tucker Carlson and his family on Wednesday night, ringing his doorbell and chanting threatening messages. A YouTube video of the event which originated on now-suspended Twitter page “Smash Racism DC,” is poorly lit, but shows a lead protester calling Carlson a racist and a fascist before breaking into threatening chants.

Carlson later told Fox News that his wife was at home with his four children at the time, but he missed it as he was at Fox News’ studios in Washington preparing his show. Fox News said that activists rang Carlson’s doorbell and broke his oak door. Carlson also alleges one protester was caught on security video mentioning a pipe bomb, Fox News said.
AOL, 11/8/18

One can only imagine what they’d be doing had they lost the House.