Bad Bernie Bro Example Cited By Scalise — Keith Ellison, Minnesota’s woman-beating attorney general and former deputy chair of the Democrat National Committee, took it upon himself to defend Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt) supporters against accusations of thuggery with this tweet:
I have never seen @BernieSanders supporters being unusually mean or rude. Can someone send me an example of a “Bernie Bro” being bad. Also, are we holding all candidates responsible for the behavior of some of their supporters? Waiting to hear.
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La1) replied that he could think of an example.
Mitt Fighting Biden Probe Raises Eyebrows— Better the wolf be outside the tent so Mitt Romney losing in 2012 was a good thing after all.
Romney, whose latest job is senator from Utah, voted to convict President Trump, Feb. 5, of “abuse of power” which was one of the two counts against him in his impeachment trial. Romney would have removed Trump from the presidency and forever keep him from holding it again.
The President’s counsel noted that Vice President Biden appeared to have a conflict of interest when he undertook an effort to remove the Ukrainian Prosecutor General. If he knew of the exorbitant compensation his son was receiving from a company actually under investigation, the Vice President should have recused himself. While ignoring a conflict of interest is not a crime, it is surely very wrong.
With regards to Hunter Biden, taking excessive advantage of his father’s name is unsavory but also not a crime. Given that in neither the case of the father nor the son was any evidence presented by the President’s counsel that a crime had been committed, the President’s insistence that they be investigated by the Ukrainians is hard to explain other than as a political pursuit.
Delco Refugee Resettlement Endorsed By Council — The new all-Democrat Delaware County Council started its term, Jan. 8, by waving its middle finger at the vast majority of county residents who just want things like safe streets and reasonable taxes.
It voted 5-0 to send a letter to the Department of State, directing them to authorize “refugee resettlement consistent with the authorization provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”
Princess Leia Twitter Ban — Powerful Congressman Jerry Nadler (D-NY10) has been making divisive comments whose dishonesty we feel literally — yeah, Rachel Maddow we know what the word means — crosses the line to sedition.
Snowflake Impeachment Makes Joke Of Government — Yesterday’s (Dec. 18) impeachment vote of our great President Donald Trump was a disgraceful joke. The Democrat ladies of Congress color-coordinated their dresses for the “prayerful and somber” event and had a wine and cheese party.
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.
Pennsylvania Presidential Popular Vote Bill Pushed By Extremist Dems— SB 270 was introduced, yesterday, July 9, to give Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes to the popular vote winner for President
The bill compels Pennsylvania to join The Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote plan being pushed by wannabe dictators.
The sponsors are extremist Democrats Daylin Leach (17), Steven Santarsiero (10), Wayne Fontana (42), Judith Schwank (11), Vincent Hughes (7) and Andrew Dinniman (19).
The Electoral College was largely devised by liberty-loving Founding Father Alexander Hamilton who considered it a bulwark against “cabal, intrigue, and corruption.”
He was absolutely right. How many Americans are convinced in their hearts that massive vote fraud occurs in Democrat controlled big cities and college campuses? Probably about half. Think about it. Really, why the objection to a citizenship question on the census? Why the fight to keep illegals from being deported?
A close popular vote would never be accepted by the losing side.
Only fools or despots want to get rid of the Electoral College.
By the way, Hillary Clinton did not win the majority of the popular vote in 2016. Only a true fool can think 48.2 percent is a majority. Since 1992, only George W. Bush in 2004 and Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, got more than 50 percent of the vote. Only Obama in 2008 got more than 52 percent.
Hat tip Bobby Lawrence
Pennsylvania Presidential Popular Vote Bill Pushed By Extremist Dems
Embittered U.S. Women’s soccer player Megan Rapinoe explained why she had no problem disrespecting the national anthem and her nation.
“Because I’m as talented as I am, I get to be here,” she said. “You don’t get to tell me if I can be here or not.”
You know Megan, if you get your way and the Democrats win in 2020 and they pass that law they are trying to pass letting males claiming to be females have by-right access to women’s athletic competitions, will you still be talented enough to “be here”?
Sarah Honeychurch Attacked By The Sick And Evil — Swarthmore free speech activist Bob Small has informed us of some twisted news from the U.K.
Sarah Honeychurch, a fellow in the Adam Smith Business School at Glasgow University, has criticized an LGBT training program pushed by the rich and powerful in that country on the grounds that the claims it makes are “anti-scientific” yet are presented as an “objective fact.”
Pretty reasonable objection.
So why are there serious calls for her to lose her job?
Do sick and evil perverts predominate among the rich and powerful?
OK, silly question.
For the rest of us, let us stand up for the principle that bullies are always bad whether they are picking on a gay guy or attacking an honest dissenter speaking truth to power.