Chen Weihua, a China Daily bureau chief, repeatedly called U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn a “bitch” on Twitter. The social media platform, which has been heavy-handed in censoring conservatives, attended conferences alongside Chinese military proxies, and hired Chinese Communist Party-linked individuals, refused to comment on the matter. Twitter also failed to take any action against Chen’s account, including removing his verified checkmark. China Daily is owned and operated by the Chinese Communist Party’s Publicity Department, rendering Chen a mouthpiece for China’s government. The Tennessee Senator was labeled a “bitch” by Chen on December 3rd – the first of many insults he hurled at Blackburn.
The outcome of the 2018 midterm races certainly did not lack for interesting results. Wins and losses for all parties, drastic surprises, and expected finishes — the results were a mixed bag across the board. In the midst of it all, however, several pro-life candidates emerged victorious, winning their respective races. Here are five of the most notable pro-life midterm winners: 1.) Senator-elect Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn has been establishing her pro-life record for years, serving as the U.S. Representative for Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District. She will now continue to be a voice for the voiceless in the
I remember the good old days — and by that, I mean less than 10 years ago — when Taylor Swift burst onto the scene. She was a breath of fresh air — a wholesome star with compelling, honest lyrics who took the country and pop scenes by storm at the same time. She avoided going down the rabbit holes of destruction that had taken other stars like Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus. It was very hard to dislike Taylor Swift. At some point, though, things changed for Swift. I don’t follow the tabloids, but something caused her lyrics to
Politico is reporting this week that Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) is reconsidering his retirement and thinking about once again running for re-election. The reason? Moderate “Republicans” in Tennessee fret that the conservative likely to win the GOP nomination, Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, could lose the general election. I’m admittedly not familiar with the political dynamics in Tennessee. But I am familiar with this story, which we’ve witnessed many times before. It goes like this: The big business-corporatist-establishment wing of the Republican Party panics that a genuine conservative might win the GOP primary. They then put forward their own favored candidate against the conservative,