EXC: Teen Vogue’s New Editor Alexi McCammond Ranted About “Blacks”, Dressed as Native American.

The National Pulse has uncovered additional historical tweets from Teen Vogue’s new editor – Alexi McCammond, already under fire for a host of old anti-Asian, homophobic posts. The messages appear to violate the left’s cultural appropriation standards. While the Axios reporter-turned-Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief apologized for her past tweets, the new revelations are likely to re-incite controversy as they portray McCammond dressed as a native American for Hallowe’en. This is what the left calls “cultural appropriation” and they frequently attempt to “cancel” people for the “crime”. One tweet – dated October 29th, 2011 – contains the text “Halloweennn!” before linking to the

FAIL: DNC Couldn’t Find 30 People To Applaud Harris Speech, Virtual Audience Contained 3 Duplicates

Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention concluded with a virtual audience applauding her address. Except the audience appears to have contained several duplicates in a testament to Harris’s lack of popularity. After Harris’s nearly 20-minute speech on the third night of the Democratic National Convention (DNC), where she formally accepted her nomination for Vice President, convention organizers had Harris interact with a virtual audience of 30 screens. Users on social media, however, were quick to point out that the audience contained three duplicates, appearing to suggest the DNC couldn’t find 30 individuals to celebrate

After the Conventions, 1.2 Percent Growth Means Hillary Is In Trouble

The splendid national political conventions are over. These inevitably put one in mind of The Tempest: Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air: And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp’d towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on, and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. We awaken from Hillary’s

Invasion of the Party Snatchers: Who Are These Democrats in Philadelphia?

I have a working hypothesis. I suspect that the vast majority of Democrats in Philadelphia were recently abducted and replaced by alien impostors. Call it the Invasion of the Party Snatchers. Yes, this may sound absurd, but it is the only logical explanation I can muster for the happy-go-lucky, God-bless-America, we-are-the-greatest vibe the Democrats are giving off at the Democratic National Convention this week. Take Michelle Obama’s speech on Monday, for example. The First Lady stoked the crowd with a powerful dose of raw nationalism: “Don’t let anyone ever tell you that this country isn’t great — that somehow we

Tim Kaine Asks Voters to Trust Hillary — But Can They Trust Him?

Last night at the Democratic National Convention, Tim Kaine attempted to make the case that Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy, a sentiment with which the overwhelming majority of Americans disagree. Amid a number of attacks on Donald Trump, Kaine laid out his argument: First, she’s consistent. … When you want to know something about the character of somebody in public life, look to see if they have a passion that began long before they were in office, and that they have consistently held it throughout their career. Kaine’s attempt to paint Hillary Clinton as a consistent, principled politician is

Obama, Trump, and the Cult of the Presidency

During his speech last night at the Democratic National Convention, President Obama took a shot at Donald Trump for trying to claim to be the voice of the people. “Our power doesn’t come from some self-declared savior promising that he alone can restore order as long as we do things his way. We don’t look to be ruled,” the president said. “America is already great. America is already strong. And I promise you, our strength, our greatness, does not depend on Donald Trump. In fact, it doesn’t depend on any one person,” he said, to thunderous applause from the leftist

At DNC, Democrats Celebrate Abortion But Refuse to Name It

On Tuesday night, Cecile Richards, the CEO of Planned Parenthood, was the first speaker at the Democratic National Convention to use the word “abortion.” Many pro-abortion activists hailed Richards’ utterance as “de-stigmatizing” and a leap forward to “abortion normalization.” What is interesting about Richards’ speech is not, however, what she said, but what the other speakers in Philadelphia have not said. For the most part, Democrats refuse to say the word “abortion.” They believe the word is political poison. Polling suggests 81 percent of American voters support restrictions on abortion that the Democratic platform is open hostile towards. Similar polling

Democrats Embrace Totalitarian Legislation in New Platform

Earlier this week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, delegates approved one of the most radical social agendas ever embraced by an American political party. Though many media outlets have been focusing on the DNC’s open-doors bathroom policy or the record number of LGBT delegates on the convention floor, the real radicalism on LGBT issues can be found in that platform’s ardent support for the Equality Act. Introduced in 2015, and co-sponsored by presumptive Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine, the Equality Act would expand the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to enact a ban on discrimination based on sexual