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Democrats crazy for amnesty

I think the Democrats will refuse to support anything because they are pissed at Trump (even more than normal) and have tied funding the government to their insane and crazy push for amnesty for “childhood arrivals.” Democrats are putting everything on the line for a class of people who don’t even vote!

I certainly hope this will hurt Democratic popularity (among actual voters) in the next elections, but with the MSM acting as their propaganda wing, who knows?

I support Trump for not giving in (even though maybe it’s General Kelly who’s not giving in).

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https://www.axios.com/leaked-doc-the-administrations-take-on-immigration-deal-1516365044-f93c1935-8a28-4d47-9322-8cd841162ba4.html

Good new, DoJ and Homeland Security are opposed to the horrible Democratic deal that certain turncoat Republicans wanted to agree to.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

January 19, 2018 at EDT am

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  1. Speaking of propaganda – have you seen Newsweek lately? It would make editor of Pravda blush. It has gone batshit, left wing crazy. I remember growing up Newsweek was a sensible, middle of the road magazine. No more.

    B.T.D.T.

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • The other MSM outlets really haven’t been much better.

      Richard

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • You must not read much news, with all due respect. Publications like Newsweek and Time aren’t held to the same standards as more “journalistic” publications, like the NYT, who went off of the rails a long time ago. The result has, for a long time, been much more egregious Left Wing propaganda than the more prominent rags present. Which is saying a lot considering the “less egregious” variety would make Pravda blush.

      With your current perception, try revisiting Newseek and Time covers from anywhere from 1-5 decades ago, during politically contentious or critical periods. You’ll see that they’ve always been deep in-the-bag for the liberal strategy to increasingly tighten the screws on our social and political norms.

      My recent favorite Time cover came out after the Supreme Court decided to change the nation’s core social institutions from the bench in legalizing homosexual marriage. Time didn’t let the nation take a breath before they presented a cover with a six foot tall black tranny declaring that his group was the new civil rights frontier.

      Time, Newsweek, and their newsrag piers, can be considered to be the long-time support infantry, in terms of popular social programming toward increasingly degenerate social modes and hyper-left social policies, to the NYT and Wapo’s position as the never tiring artillery units.

      But then watch when its time to depose a nation from Libya in the east to Iran in the West. At those junctures, their narrative becomes “fair and balanced conservative support” for every manner of excuse to murder, maim, depose, and otherwise effectively reduce or eradicate the majority population and its leadership in that nation.

      Dave

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • If I had to choose between joining the alien-reptile-tranny-AI team and joining a team that found it necessary to include items such as your last paragraph in their proclamations I’d join the alien-reptile-tranny-AI team in half a minute.

        Garr

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Thank you for enlightening me. You’re a genius.

        B.T.D.T.

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Just as an aside, the day after (or was it the hour after?) the Obergefell decision, Obama ordered the White House lit by the colors of the so-called rainbow flag.

        Just to be sure my memory was correct & I didn’t read that on some right-wing wacko website, I looked it up. It’s true.

        http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/white-house-image-painted-in-gay-rainbow-flag-colors/article/2567121

        I honestly think that was The Day America Died. OK, Obama was in favor of the decision. A graceful statement would have been enough. But this was sticking the shiv in.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • That wasn’t a shiv.

        Panther of the Blogocube

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • gothamette- I remember that incident well and had the same sentiment mixed with disbelief.

        toomanyspiders

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • This will actually help Trump get black and Hispanic votes.

      B.T.D.T.

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Told you, they are going full bore on this. (Pardon the pun.)

      gothamette

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Dating the interview to 2011 sounds like a cover story to me, it’s hard to believe it wouldn’t have been published/leaked if they really had it all these years.

      Richard

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • To wit, for someone allegedly not talking to reporters because of her NDA she’s really riding this.

        Richard

        January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • Agree. The GOPe spent more than a year furiously digging for dirt to prevent Trump from being the nominee, but they could not find anything, even though I am sure tens of millions of dollars were spent. OTOH, GOPe incompetence cannot be ruled out.

        Sgt. Joe Friday

        January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Best part is the shark week anecdote.

      He sounds pretty tame in bed lol.

      toomanyspiders

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • He sounds nice, for a guy who really didn’t have to be. Not a creepy dweeb like Weinstein or Ansari.

        Mrs Stitch

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Next on the narrative – Trump money laundering.

      Don’t be distracted. This thing cannot be put back in the bottle, no matter how hard the MSM tries
      #ReleaseTheMemo

      gda

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Trump comes off pretty well in this interview, to be honest.

      Gozo

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Most sex workers have STD, I don’t think that Trump would have had unprotected intercourse with her. It’s irrational and Trump wouldn’t do it.

      From the evolutionary standpoint an alpha male impregnates the maximum number of the most beautiful females. Trump is just acting naturally as a biological organism. Nobody got hurt here, so I don’t know why it’d anybody’s business.

      Yakov

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I agree this is the most implausible aspect of the story.

        However porn stars are regularly tested for STDs and some have sex only while ‘performing’ (in ‘hot girls wanted’ one actress explains how she is celibate between yearly films). So it’s unlikely most sex workers have STDs. I knew an attorney who represented prostitutes and he once expressed surprise as to the dearth of STDs amongst his clientele. Perhaps due to fastidious condom usage.

        The group with highest STD rates is african americans, particularly those in the south.

        Anyway even If the STD issue were off the table wasn’t he concerned about getting her pregnant? They didn’t discuss this beforehand?

        Sexual behavior is by definition irrational but I have trouble believing trump would casually have unprotected sex with a porn actress without a a few preliminary inquiries as to her health and birth control status. Unless he had a vasectomy after barron, which also seems unlikely.

        toomanyspiders

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  2. Lion is what the Dems are doing really crazy from their perspective? By allowing in massive numbers of illegals the Dems have permanently turned
    california blue. And white Liberal Californians have decided to commit suicide through altruism. Californians have invited millions of illiterate welfare receiving illegal immigrants in and one by one the cities of california are going bankrupt. Vallejo, San Bernardino, etc, Simply stay silent and allow California to die a painful death, They will serve as an example to the other states to not allow illegals.
    Once It becomes obvious how much California is heading for bankruptcy as a state, all the TT people will leave and move to Portland, Seattle, and Austin, Then America can and should expel California from the union. California will be filled with stupid dysfunctional people led by corrupt government. An independent California will be identical in all ways to Venezuela, all because they allowed illegals in. Get ready for that day and shed a tear for our good hearted but misguided friends in California.

    arvin

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • California was the world’s greatest climate and ecological paradise. And it has the world’s best farmland. Some of the world’s best ports and harbors. It’s a hard prize to give up on.

      owentt

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • You mates are nuts! You don’t cede territory! In the future conflict California has to reconquered and purged of the undesirables. Never cede territory. Ever!

        When we came to America, we were going to settle in California, but we made a stopover in NYC to visit relatives and my dad answered an ad in a paper and got a job. This is how I got stuck here. At that time California was a wonderful place. We had relatives there in Laguna Beach. Get rid of the malcontents, but keep the land. Even if California were not part of the USA, USA should have conquered it and Canada.

        Yakov

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • There’s no benefit to owning California.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Yakov is the only one with any sense on this. You don’t win by giving away your land. You deport the invaders. But, for the sake of argument, let’s assume California declares independence, What then? They’d simply start migrating to what was left of the US. The only thing you would have accomplished would have been to give a big chunk of land away.

        Here’s a better solution. If California declares independence, suspend their government and place them under occupation. Make it illegal for Californians to move to the rest of the country. And, finally, revoke the citizenship of malcontents. You don’t have to deport them. Just do what I’ve been saying all along. Stop all government benefits. And make it illegal to hire or house them. They’ll self-deport. If you can’t accomplish that then ceding territory won’t work either, Because this is an issue of political will not capability.

        destructure

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • the reconqusita has happened already. guadalupe hidalgo has been abrogated by our high IQ elite (because libertarians and HBDers say the elite must be high IQ).

        yakov is calling for a re-re-conquista. sad!

        imagine if there were 18m quakers and parsis. the only means white americans and other colonials have of ranging themselves is by SES. pathetic. their eyes have been stabbed out and they think they can see.

        the 9.5th duke of leinster

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Foolishness is a failure of morality not intelligence. The term you’re looking for is fait accompli. I’m not a fan of the “it’s already done so there’s nothing we can do about it” attitude.” Letting people walk over you only encourages people to walk over you. Either you have enough sense to take your own side in a fight or you don’t. We have the physical power to oust them and it is in our interests to do so.

        destructure

        January 20, 2018 at EDT am

      • Yakov & destructure,

        No one is seriously ceding CA, and Lion is wrong about it. It’s not only the most beautiful place on earth (except parts of South Africa, I’ve heard the Cape is heaven), it’s the world’s 7th largest economy, or some such.

        The problem is, it’s a fucking pain in the ass. What shall we do with it? Wait for the earthquake? Selectively go after nodes of resistance?

        I say we exterminate Hollywood. With Hollywood gone, Silicon Valley will be in our pocket, and the rest of the left in the US collapses.

        But how?

        gothamette

        January 20, 2018 at EDT am

      • “Here’s a better solution. If California declares independence, suspend their government and place them under occupation.”

        This is going to be an issue for other states (I’m looking at you Illinois) but you may have a point. After the Civil War the secession states were occupied until they could be re-admitted into the union as States. If a state goes bankrupt, maybe it should go into receivership status and lose statehood and revert to a territory. State bankruptcy is a failure of self government after all.

        Mike Street Station

        January 23, 2018 at EDT am

    • I live in CA, and the place has gone completely off the rails. The mayor of Oakland says she’s willing to go to jail to prevent ICE from picking up illegals, and the AG says he will prosecute employers who cooperate with ICE if they hand over employment records, etc. etc. And Gov. Brown says he’s worried that high earners – who provide something like half the state income tax revenue – will abandon the state because SALT and mortgage interest deductions have been capped by the feds. Well, duh.

      So then they’re going to start scrambling for places to find money, which will inevitably lead to the repeal of Prop. 13. The people running this state are so stupid and/or blinded by their religion, oops I mean ideology that they will fail to recognize that repealing Prop. 13 will cause the real estate market to crash.

      On the plus side, that would probably kill off any chance Kamala Harris is the Democrat nominee is 2020. Unless being a member of the party that tanked 1/6 of the US economy is considered a resume enhancer.

      Sgt. Joe Friday

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • Real estate prices in CA NEED to crash, they are totally unaffordable to the middle class. And prop 13 is incredibly unfair.

        biffinator

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Repealing Prop 13 will indeed kill the state. All the Baby Boomers will leave, including both my parents, whose roots in L.A. go back nearly a hundred years. They don’t want to leave, but they know it’s only a matter of time before Prop 13 goes bye-bye.

        My dad has also heard through the rumor mill that Brown might start taxing social security.

        Seth O'Largo (@SethLargo)

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I read about the statement of the CA AG. Lion: isn’t this an important thing to write about, when the AG of the “Union”‘s most important & populous state, declares open war on the law of the land?

        This is Civil War, mark my words. This is a firebell in the night, my friends. This is the Missouri Compromise, mates. I am NOT exaggerating.

        Too bad about Kamala Harris, I was looking forward to Trump cutting her up in the debates, if he goes that far w/o a cardiac event.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I’m in favor of California secession, especially if they agree to pay to build a Wall around their state.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Further to my comment about the coming Civil War, did anyone catch Cory Booker’s act in questioning Nielsen? I don’t have CNN thank God, but I learned about it on twitter.

        The next thing to happen will be a Sumner style caning on the Senate floor. Mark my words.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Lion, so would I.

        OT: the way Hollywood is turning on Woody Allen is an extremely significant cultural moment.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • This is Civil War, mark my words. This is a firebell in the night,

        There is no Civil War that the transgender state could so much as start, let alone win against a Federal military than has much more powerful weapons than rifles and cannons.

        The Undiscovered Jew

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I’m in favor of California secession, especially if they agree to pay to build a Wall around their state.

        They’ll complain about wanting to leave but never do it. The cost of severing themselves from the Federal budget would be too expensive.

        The Undiscovered Jew

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I have 8 yrs. left on my CA mortgage, property taxes 5,300/yr., no kids. What should I do?

        You Know Me

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Real estate prices in CA NEED to crash, they are totally unaffordable to the middle class

        Look to East Asians as Rosenmops would tell you when it comes to real estate valuation in Vancouver that has been artificially propped by these unsavory foreigners.

        JS

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • From an Econ perspective raising property taxes (i.e. repealing prop 13) and lowering income taxes is a very good move. The supply elasticity of property is significantly less than income. Particularly when, like in coastal CA, most property values come from land, which is perfectly inelastic. It’s a much more efficient tax in terms of collecting revenue while minimizing economic distortion.

        Doug

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • @Doug

        Yeah, sure, but CA is not going to lower income taxes when it raises property taxes. It’s just going to repeal prop 13. And throw on a few extra points to the gas tax while they’re at it. And really, you can afford another $50 on that car registration . . .

        Seth O'Largo (@SethLargo)

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Look to East Asians as Rosenmops would tell you when it comes to real estate valuation in Vancouver that has been artificially propped by these unsavory foreigners

        The West Coast was founded by innovative pioneers who escaped the East and its old guard, stuffy elitism.

        It’s unfortunate that this area also hits home with hordes of materialistic Asiatics from nearby East Asia who are anything but free spirited and inventive.

        JS

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Actually, among certain crazies tanking the economy IS considered a resume enhancer. But I don’t get that certain chill up my leg when I think of Harris. She’s a media creation. Obama had a genuine appeal. Bernie did too. Even Warren in her grannyish way does and has genuine populist cred. But that’s not my point.

        I may have joked a lot, but I think California is a serious problem for the Union. It’s the practical leader of the movements that are destroying us. Maybe Massachusetts (Cambridge-Harvard) is the intellectual center of the rot, but the popular core is California.

        It will have to be dealt with sooner or later. Economic warfare is better, but I’m not above an actual invasion. I think most of American would really enjoy seeing tanks occupying the major “creative” agencies on Wilshire Boulevard.

        gothamette

        January 20, 2018 at EDT am

  3. In racism news, don’t use the phrase “Africanized bees.” It’s ray-cist.

    gothamette

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Really? Is that really a thing now?

      beancrusher

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Is what a thing? The Africanized bees themselves, or calling the phrase “Africanized bees” racist? Yes, look up both.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • The racist part…I’ve had hives of bees off and on for years so am familiar with the term “africanized”… Guess we will have to go back to calling them “killer” again.

        beancrusher

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  4. IHTG

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

  5. It looks like the House was able to pass the CR because leadership promised the Freedom Caucus they would bring Bob Goodlatte’s immigration bill (the one NumbersUSA endorsed) up for a vote during the next month. With the treason and sedition among the Dems starting to see light with the Nunes FISA memo the political conditions in the US could change dramatically over the next several weeks. Maybe even enough such that Goodlatte’s bill could pass both houses, even though it needs Dem votes in the Senate.

    Andrew E.

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • Ok, here is Mark Krikorian’s endorsement of the Goodlatte Bill at National Review.

      http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/455585/goodlatte-immigration-bill-compromise

      The current 800,000 DACA holders get 3-year work permits, renewable, but will no doubt be vetted for criminal records and fraud. Also, some of the reduction in legal immigration from ending chain migration and visa lottery gets re-allocated to agricultural visa programs (dairy and meatpacking). Sadly, the upper midwest states that Trump needs care about this nonsense. But that was needed to get mandatory E-verify in the bill and I’ve read elsewhere that agriculture only accounts for a few percent of the total illegal immigration workforce anyway. Birthright citizenship is not addressed. That would have to come next.

      If this were to pass the battle would shift to the courts to make sure the amnesty is not broken open for all illegals or at least all “DACA-eligible” illegals which the courts will say is all illegals.

      Andrew E.

      January 19, 2018 at EDT am

      • Snark alert. “The current 800,000 DACA holders get 3-year work permits, renewable, but will no doubt be vetted for criminal records and fraud.”

        Yeah, that’ll work.

        gothamette

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  6. “Democrats loco por amnesty!”

    owentt

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

  7. NeverTrump told me not to vote for Trump (STAND WITH HILLARY!) because he’d betray me. Those guys keep getting BTFO.

  8. Maxine Waters said.
    “That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can’t get around it. And he’s [President Obama] been very smart. It’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.”

    It was 2013, and someone forgot to tell Maxine that “loose lips sink ships”
    Recall John Roberts strange decision to OK Obamacare?
    Recall Romney’s performance after the first debate?
    This was not just a Trump thing folks.
    #ReleaseThe Memo

    gda

    January 19, 2018 at EDT am

    • As I said before, Roberts was just following stare decisis, Congress can do anything it wants with respect to tax and spending legislation, it’s established Constituitonal law.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Well, I admit that the Roberts thing IS speculation.

        But you’re ignoring the elephant in the room Lion.
        #ReleaseTheMemo

        120 Republicans have read the Memo
        0 Democrats have read it (other than Adam Schiff)

        The leaders have forbidden their members from reading it.

        Is this America? Or Soviet Russia?

        gda

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Yeah, conservatives abide by stare decisis, liberals make their own laws, conservatives abide by stare decisis…get the pattern?

        gothamette

        January 20, 2018 at EDT pm

  9. It’s clear now this shutdown drama from the Dems is not really about Dreamers except for public consumption. The house of cards over the deep state has started to collapse in earnest. The Dems have been given their orders to grind everything to a halt to prevent total exposure and to pin it all on Trump using Dreamers as the proximate cause to try and get on the public’s side.

    Andrew E.

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  10. Lispin’ Lindsey is mad:

    IHTG

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • IHTG

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Did Graham really think he was finally getting his long sought amnesty?? Cotton’s position the minimum acceptable position to Trump and his base and Graham thinks Cotton is beyond the pale. What a traitor.

      Andrew E.

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I’ve changed my mind on the Republicans who we absolutely cannot live with. Sasse blows, but he can stay. The Republicans that absolutely must go are McCain (dead in weeks), Flake (exterminated), Kasich (gone forever after this year) and Graham. Graham must go. I think we have a pretty good chance of purging him in 2020. In fact, I think he’ll pull a Flake and not even run.

      Otis the Sweaty

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Lindsey: “Tuesday, the President was in a good place.”

      That’s a tell. “In a good place.” Is a real fag/femmy way of declaration. He can’t suppress the gay, ever.

      Daniel

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  11. WE HOPE they don’t even vote!

    Black Death

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  12. I wish trump would up the ante and deport one of these dreamers a week until the democrats give in. Shift enforcement priority.

    everybodyhatesscott

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  13. 1. DREAM was already dead, but this shutdown makes it deader than dead. Vox has an article talking about how some Dems are saying this makes DREAM completely hopeless because it forces Trump to draw a line in the sand. Trump would never agree to amnesty now because it would be an unequivocal defeat for him.

    2. I think public reaction to the FISA stuff will probably be along partisan lines, but it will also enrage and unite Republicans which will make them even less likely to deal.

    3. The Dems do have some leverage here: McCain is on his deathbed and can’t vote and Graham and Flake are both against any CR that doesn’t give amnesty. So the Repubs only have 48 votes. The Dems don’t even have to filibuster.

    4. Most of the public will blame the Republicans, but this isn’t 1996. The country is so fractured that as long as the Republicans have the overwhelming support of their base, they have no reason not to stand firm. Furthermore, Trump can’t give in on this because not only would it turn his base against him but it would make him look pathetically weak. Surrender is simply not an option for the Republicans here.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • This could really get ugly.

      fortaleza84

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • >>>This could really get ugly.

        Good. The worse it gets, the better it gets.

        Daniel

        January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I think public reaction to the FISA stuff will probably be along partisan lines, but it will also enrage and unite Republicans which will make them even less likely to deal.

      The FISA memo doesn’t have to be unambiguous to be advantageous to Trump.

      As long as it gives him enough talking points the memo will do further damage to the investigation’s credibility, especially in the eyes of Republican leaning voters.

      The more damage it causes to counsel’s work the safer it is for Trump to fire Mueller because the issue becomes partisan: Democrats will say Mueller shouldn’t have been fired and an equal number of Republican voters will say Trump was right.

      The Undiscovered Jew

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

      • The FISA stuff is just the first warning shot in what will shortly become a veritable hail of bullets. Who will survive?

        gda

        January 20, 2018 at EDT am

      • @gda,

        I hate to say this, but the FISA stuff is only going to enrage the Breitbart loonies.

        Hollywood is where their attention is riveted.

        gothamette

        January 20, 2018 at EDT pm

  14. IHTG

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  15. I lean slightly towards thinking the Senate Dems will blink at the last minute.

    Voting to shutdown puts vulnerable Democratic Senators in a bad electoral position:

    https://pragmaticallydistributed.wordpress.com/2018/01/18/shutdown-politics/

    In terms of Congressional mechanics, when the Senate receives the resolution passed by the House McConnell will motion to proceed with a vote on the Senate floor. If the Democrats choose to filibuster they will technically be the ones who shut down the government.

    And no amount of excuse making will let them persuasively shift the blame to the GOP. If they try, all Trump and the Republican Leadership need to point out is that somewhere between 90% and 100% of all Republican Senators voted to keep the government open but were blocked by the majority of Democrats who voted to filibuster. For Trump those types of percentages make for an easy sale.

    It won’t be long before the consequences of the shutdown – from delays in Social Security payments, failure to renew S-CHIP, to delays paying the military – get pinned on the Democrats. Photo ops of Trump meeting the families of service members whose paychecks have been held up will make for excellent GOP optics.

    The Undiscovered Jew

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • No the Dems are gonna go to the wall for this. I could see this dragging on for months even.

      Otis the Sweaty

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  16. How bout some Kate Steinle commercials along wth the illegal promising to kill more cops than the two he already got.
    Drop in what deporting a criminal 7 times costs the Taxpayer. Mix in some pols with sanctuary city grandstanding clips.
    In the working cities in Calif, rental costs are pricing out low wage earners and hammering most others.
    In other words make the dream a nightmare.
    Throw it all at the dems and see what sticks

    KnoMad

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Put Cory Booker screaming at Nielsen in those commercials

      gothamette

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  17. To put it in perspective:
    Trump’s campaign manager grabbing reporter’s arm seemed to easily, very easily beat out a woman dying in the arms of her father in a sanctuary city after being shot by a multiple time deportee.
    A daughter dying in the arms of her dad.
    All made possible by the illegal invasion which gives cover to so many nightmares.

    KnoMad

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • It’s infuriating once you get past what excellent Kabuki it makes for.

      Paul Ryan's Sickly Old Lap Dog

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • What this shows is an insomniac loner who drives back and forth his house and the hotel during the day and gambles all night long. No regular schedule, no regular life. Just an empty existence of late night gambling, solo trips, and meals eaten in solitude.

      SPWL2

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

    • The child porn stuff is a red herrring.

      It’s a mystery because Paddock just had psychosis, he had hallucinations and perceived reality differently, there’s no logic behind it.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  18. ResetEra absolutely livid with Tom Cotton for dissing Lindsey Graham.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  19. Despair, panic and frustration beginning to seep in at ResetEra.

    Tester still standing tall with the No on the CR but it sounds like Miss Lindsey has caved. That gets us to 53 which is more than enough. We can go to the voters and say that the Dems are filibustering a bill with bipartisan approval to keep the gov running.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  20. ResetEra furious that media is pointing out that the Dems are blocking the CR that keeps the government funding. They think this is “fake news” since the Republicans own all 3 branches and could get a CR by just agreeing to amnesty.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  21. Whats more annoying, Lindsey Graham a red state “conservative” screwing over the entire GOP by giving the Dems fake bipartisanship tag OR Rand and Lee voting against the bill for weird Libertarian ideological reasons about being against Continuing Resolutions?

    Jimi

    January 19, 2018 at EDT pm

  22. The bill “passed.” Saying “the bill past” means the bill from previously. I hate to sound like Lawrence Auster, and I know twitter isn’t the place for grammar Nazis, but this guy’s the goddamn president. I voted for him and love how crazy he makes my enemies, but he could occasionally be a little less embarrassing.

    J. Junger

    January 20, 2018 at EDT am

  23. Mixed reaction on ResetEra. I can’t tell if most think this is bad but a large number of them are very concerned this is a losing hand for them.

    My open borders, libtard mom is fuming and seems to mainly blame Trump/Republicans.

    Otis the Sweaty

    January 20, 2018 at EDT am

  24. The GOP – Trumpified!

    IHTG

    January 20, 2018 at EDT am

    • For a second, I thought the first sentence read, “In McConnell’s obit…”

      gothamette

      January 20, 2018 at EDT pm

  25. IHTG

    January 20, 2018 at EDT am


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