Speaking at his Mar-a-Lago club on Saturday night, former President Donald J. Trump caused a stir by referring to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as “a fucking idiot.” Trump recalled an Afghanistan conversation with Milley, America’s highest ranking military official: “Sir, sir. It’s cheaper to leave the equipment [in Afghanistan] than to bring it,” was the advice from Milley. “You think it’s cheaper to leave it there so they can have it than to fill it up with a half a tank…?” Trump questioned. “That’s when I realized he was a fucking idiot.” But is General Milley
Washington, DC Mayor and Chinese Communist ally Muriel Bowser is demanding the removal of security boards originally erected to protect businesses against the Black Lives Matter rioters of 2020. In a brazen display of how the left encouraged violent riots, cost businesses billions, and supported murders across the country, Bowser is now demanding businesses expose their shop fronts. Those who don’t, she says, need to be “reminded” by the public. She ended her tweet this afternoon with the hashtag #DCisOpen. But DC wasn’t open during the last year of the Trump administration when Democrats incited violence across the nation, leading
The Washington Post has finally made the admission that President Trump did not incite the riot at the Capitol on January 6th, now reporting that the attack was “planned days in advance.” The report is buried in the “local” and “legal” sections of the Washington Post website, as archived by The National Pulse here. Written by three non-political reporters, the Washington Post story illustrates just how out of control the blatant misinformation about “incitement” by the President has been over the past two weeks. WaPo reported: “Self-styled militia members from Virginia, Ohio and other states made plans to storm the
The legacy media has spent the last week repeating the nonsense that Trump supporters travelled to Washington D.C. last week in a coordinated attempt to overthrow the government. It’s a lie. Here’s what really happened. The First Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the “right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” On January 6, 2021, hundreds of thousands of citizens traveled to the nation’s capital to exercise their Constitutional right to peacefully protest. This was their grievance: Seventy-five million had cast their ballots for Trump on election day. Then,
Cops, Kids, Reporters & Activists Were Murdered As Democrats Incited 2020 Riots… Now They’ve Accused Trump of Their Tactics.
The same media and Hollywood collective that derided American police in 2020 is now flooding the airwaves with their crocodile tears about the police who were on the front lines against trouble-making demonstrators at the nation’s Capitol on Wednesday. News networks sickly dedicated just a few seconds to the death of black police officer David Dorn, murdered at the hands of Black Lives Matter looters in June 2020. Back then Joe Biden was silent about the killings, too, despite attacking President Trump and his supporters for Wednesday’s violence at the Capitol. There’s certainly enough blame in America to go around.
Three-out-of-four voters who’ve had violent anti-police protests in their community rate those protests important to their vote in the presidential election. Among these voters, a sizable majority like the job President Trump is doing. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 42% of Likely U.S. Voters have had anti-police protests in their community this summer. (To see survey question wording, click here.) Nearly half (48%) of these voters say the protests in their community have turned violent. Among all voters, 65% say the violent protests are important to their vote in the presidential election this fall, with
At least three federal agents who were deployed to Portland, Oregon this past week to defend the federal courthouse and to bring quiet to the city were left “likely permanently blinded” after being attacked with lasers pens, a war crime according to the United Nations’ Convention on Certain Convention Weapons (CCW). “A federal agent’s hand was impaled by planted nails, another federal agent was shot with a pellet gun, leaving a wound deep to the bone, and tragically, three federal officers were likely left permanently blinded by the rioters using lasers pointed directly into their eyes,” White House Press Secretary
The first I heard of the killing of George Floyd was on the Facebook feed of a Ron Paul libertarian who has been questioning the militarization of our police for years. Immediately, the commentary across the political spectrum was sharp condemnation. Most people who have lived past their 20s have seen the look in that police officer’s eyes in some dark place in their memories. Combined with the movement of his knee over the throat, it appeared deliberate and self-satisfied and meant to injure. Although I was willing to concede the possibility that it derived mostly from one man’s personal