Divisive DemocratMadeleine Dean — Divisive Madeleine Dean, the Democrat who represents Pennsylvania’s 4th Congressional District, which is most of Montgomery County, spent her 15 minutes at Monday’s (Oct. 7) purportedly bi-partisan Montgomery County Legislative Summit calling for President Trump’s impeachment.
Why does she think the President needs to be impeached. Because he’s “obstructive” and “lawless”, she says. Hey, who cares what the words actually mean. They sound good.
The impeachment push is based on a July 25 phone conversation President Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in which President Trump asked newly-elected President Zelenskyy for help in getting to the bottom of illegal interference –foreign and otherwise — in the 2016 election.
Remember when interference in the 2016 election was the issue of the day for divisive Dems? Sure you do. That was just a few short months ago.
President Trump also asked President Zelenskyy to look into apparent crimes committed in the Ukraine by high-ranking American officials.
Why don’t Dems like Madeleine want these crimes investigated? What are they afraid of? They sure seem to be panicking.
Red Pilling Impeachment Scam — Those of us who are “red pilled” are laughing at the establishmentarian impeachment scam against President Trump. You want to impeach President Trump because he made a phone call to a foreign leader? Seriously? To “dig up dirt” about a political opponent? Seriously?
You want to red pill yourself ask why then Vice President Joe Biden’s son was sitting on the board of the corrupt Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings. Ask why Joe Biden forced Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to fire his Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin in March 2016. Did you know that Poroshenko and Shokin were investigating Burisma and the Biden connection?
Regarding Trump, ask why Biden shouldn’t come up in a conversation with Ukraine. It would be a mere matter of diplomatic protocol considering Biden (and Obama) intervened in their judicial system.
Regarding digging up dirt ask why the mouthpieces are upset about it. Aren’t journalists supposed to want dirt dug up and truth revealed? Remember the problem isn’t digging up dirt it is making the dirt up.
Ask why the mouthpieces are more upset about Trump’s rather conventional phone call than the leaking of it which obviously and significantly hampers all our diplomatic outreaches. Ask why the mouthpieces are more upset about the phone call than the FBI falsifying affidavits presented to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Court that allowed spying on an actual major party presidential nominee.
How come the mouthpieces aren’t outraged that the FBI (and CIA) interfered in the 2016 elections?
Our position is simple: Every sane, law abiding citizen should be encouraged to have a gun, including, no especially, an AR, and to vote. Every insane or criminally inclined person should be prevented from having a gun or voting.
Smoke that SJWs. Corrupt use of the ballot is just as destructive as corrupt use of the right to bear arms.
1619 New York Times Garbage — The New York Times is starting a divisive propaganda push to convince Americans that our country didn’t start in 1776 with the Declaration of Independence but in 1619 “when a ship carrying enslaved Africans landed in Virginia.”
This is going to backfire. You see those 20 Africans were not chattel slaves bound for life but indentured servants much as half of the European immigrants to the colonies were. These Africans were put in bondage by other Africans. Europeans gave money to those who had put them in chains allowing them to gain their freedom after a period of labor– at least in Virginia. It wasn’t all that bad a deal for them.
One of those 20 original indentured servants was an Angolan who took the name Anthony Johnson. After Johnson served his indenture and gained his freedom, he became a successful tobacco farmer. He got an African indentured servant of his own named John Casor.
Except Johnson didn’t free Casor upon the expiration of the indenture.
So Casor got help from an English neighbor, who compelled Johnson to grant Casor’s freedom. The victory, however, was short lived. Johnson filed his own lawsuit in 1654 in Northhampton County, Va. The powers that be felt Johnson had a pretty neat idea, and ruled in his favor binding Casor to him for life.
And hence the vile evil of chattel slavery was born.
If The New York Times wants to argue that our founding father was Anthony Johnson, well, it would certainly be an interesting thing to teach during Black History Month.
The United States was founded on July 4, 1776. Almost immediately upon declaration of independence the British mandate to maintain slavery was rejected by the Northern colonies and abolition began, starting with the counties of New York that would become Vermont in 1777 and then Pennsylvania in 1780. Note this was before the Treaty of Paris was signed and the Revolution still raged.
Skin color is meaningless. Judge people by their character.
The New York Times is garbage. All decent people should ignore it.
Ads Banned For Gender Stereotyping — Free speech defender Bob S of Swarthmore sent us this link about bureaucratic bullies in the U.K. banning ads for Volkswagen and Philadelphia Cream Cheese for “gender stereotyping.”
It is just as wrong to ban ads teasing women or showing a woman doing a traditional female task as it is to ban ads teasing men or showing a woman doing a traditional male task.
Let freedom reign and the proper and desired social equilibrium will be found.
Ghislaine Maxwell Amazon Review — Can the mystery of Jeffrey Epstein get any weirder? A dubious “suicide” in one of America’s most secure prisons? Bill Clinton in a blue dress and red shoes?
We think, yes. It’s going to get weirder.
Epstein’s purported sex trafficking partner Ghislaine Maxwell was captured in a rare photo, Aug. 15, reading The Book of Honor : The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives at an In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles.
No, a “man” did not give birth. A woman who hated herself and her sex so much she went to extremes to mimic a man gave birth.
The problem isn’t individual with problems but with those who control social mores who egged her on. The idea should be that struggling people should not be encouraged to do things that cause permanent damage even if one will make a profit.
Things might be looking sick but remember this: Fate whispered to the warrior, you can not withstand the storm. The warrior whispered to Fate, I am the storm.
On the bright side, reader Tom C sent this link about how Catholics in Africa are boldly fighting this garbage equating the underpinnings of the New World Order with “sorcery”.