EDITOR’S NOTE: This story about Chinese Communist Party influence in U.S. elections is currently being suppressed by Facebook’s fact-checker “Lead Stories” which recently announced a partnership with the Chinese Communist Party-linked app TikTok. Lead Stories is run by former CNN staff, managed from Belgium, and their staff donate almost exclusively to Democratic Party candidates. Our original story continues below, unchanged, and factually accurate. Democratic Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi confirmed this weekend that “China would prefer Joe Biden” to win the upcoming presidential election. The news follows months of National Pulse reporting linking the Democratic Presidential candidate
New Zealand’s politicians are taking a pay cut in solidarity with those suffering the economic ramifications of coronavirus. U.S. politicians could learn something here. New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, is making ministers in her government and public service chief executives take a 20 percent pay cut for six months due to the impact on their economy. “This is where we can take action and that is why we have,” the Prime Minister added to her statement. “We acknowledge New Zealanders who are reliant on wage subsidies, taking a pay cut and losing their jobs as a result of the global
The economy has been shut down. The government has taken on massive new powers. A virus of unknown infectivity and lethality rates is running rampant. Given the extraordinary circumstances, it was hard to imagine anybody could think this was a moment for partisanship. Truly, it was the hope of all patriotic Americans that Democrats could find a way to be normal human beings. At least until the crisis expires and things begin to resemble normalcy. Democrats made sure to obliterate those hopes when they tanked a bipartisan CCP Virus relief bill, and just today nixed the idea of more relief
Michael Bloomberg is against the Green New Deal. He’s been both for and against raising the minimum wage. He’s defended Bain Capital. He’s against teachers’ unions. He’s (now famously) defended stop and frisk. And he’s called himself “more [conservative] than other conservatives”. We’re about to see if the so-called “principled” left will adopt Bloomberg as one of their own, or whether they’ll simply be willing to take his money and run (someone else). Either way, this is a far cry from the left that heckled the right for embracing candidate Donald Trump. “Where are your conservatives principles now!?” they shrieked
As President Trump is finding out this year, House Democrats have been an enormous roadblock to his America First agenda. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has not only stalled immigration reform and infrastructure talks, she’s also joined the conspiracy choir in hurling insults at the President long after his exoneration from charges of Russian collusion by the Mueller report. Unfortunately for Pelosi, according to recent reports, she will be unable to stop the next big policy achievement from the White House. President Trump may soon completely bypass Congress to deliver massive tax cuts that would add rocket fuel to the U.S.
Last week, in what will be remembered as one of the shrewdest political moves of his presidency, Donald Trump flipped the script on Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi by revealing their complete indifference towards the lives of DREAMers. President Trump’s reasonable immigration compromise was rejected outright by a Democratic Party so blinded by its hatred to the president that it has taken the lives of undocumented workers hostage — and did so in order to block approximately 200 miles of fencing that many Democrats, including Chuck Schumer, have previously voted for. I previously encouraged President Trump to put forth
Tonight, President Trump will deliver an address from the Oval Office on immigration and the ongoing government shutdown. Trump’s speech will be followed by remarks from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Judging from the format alone, it seems unlikely that either side is prepared to make much in the way of concessions. But why? From my perspective, breaking the immigration impasse seems like commonsense. Regardless of whether Washington is suffering from a lack thereof, or both sides only wish to deprive the other team of even a partial victory, based on the actions of negotiators
It’s not every day we take the opportunity to write sweet nothings about House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi here at The National Pulse, but this week she definitely deserves some credit. Following more left-wing violence perpetrated by “antifa” — a group of radical, left-wing terrorists that believes all violence against political opponents is justified — Pelosi finally spoke up and said “enough.” Via Fox News: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemned attacks by members of Antifa against conservative demonstrators over the weekend in Berkeley, Calif., calling the violence a “sad event.” “Our democracy has no room for inciting violence