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If you are a “Blue”, this is how you would like the voting to Nationally.

Cretins, Morons and Dolts

AOC has the idea that socialism works. Maybe she is on to something.

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Pravda West

Biased Agendas

It seems that the Smollet case is taking a turn that the State Owned Media doesn’t like. All those premature gotcha moments now are toe stubers that make them out to be fools and worse.

First one needs to see how those Nigerian brothers look through CNN classes.

Then there are those ‘fair’ minded Jackass Senators and Congress critters that leaped to the conclusion of a hate crime by some MAGA hat wearing nasties out to get a poor actor.
Now they’re standing there with bigot stamped on their forehead.

Today, anything that you see or read in the media demands that one hold opinions for at least 24 hours; better yet wait 48 hours.

Illegal Immigration

The ongoing ‘Charlie Foxtrot’ in the halls of Congress should cause wonder and concern that this Country, America, is actually governable.

Emergencies in Perspective…from Rico

I’m certain the MSM and the Democrats (C) will be certain to provide a calm, logical, and factual perspective on the just declared “emergency”…hahahahaha, just kidding!
– They will, as a matter of course, lie their collective Communist asses off shamelessly, expecting the ignorati to swallow the lies of the ingnoranuses.

It’s a matter of perspective, and when your purpose is to harm America…then you look at things entirely differently than if you purpose is to defend and protect America.
– What is a desirable ‘feature’ to the former, is a ‘bug’ to be shunned to the latter.

Here is a good comparison of how recent Presidents pre-Trump perceived emergencies.
– This in itself should give you a pretty good indication that the histrionics, alligator tears, gnashing of teeth, and rending of political garments the world will now be subjected to by the drama queens of the Left is pure, unadulterated, bovine excrement.poi

Ponder this

A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad.

~ Albert Camus