Mark Levin rips press lies, shadowy impeachment source

September 30, 2019

Today we take you directly to Media Research Center’s NewsBusters compelling video clips from Sunday’s Fox & Friends. The brief but powerful segments feature guest Mark Levin’s spirited and masterful exchange with Ed Henry on the Democrat efforts to impeach President Donald Trump, based on claims made by an anonymous “whistleblower.” The accompanying text is written by Executive Editor, Tim Graham.

Early in his career, conservative icon and brilliant Constitutional lawyer Levin worked in President Ronald Reagan’s administration and was chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. He is chairman of the prestigious Landmark Legal Foundation, has authored numerous books, and hosts “Life, Liberty & Levin,” on Fox. Levin founded Conservative Review TV.

Regardless of what else you do today, make watching this linked exchange a priority. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Brent Bozell’s NewsBusters for its efforts “Exposing and Combating Liberal Media Bias” for over 3 decades.


Heroin poppy purge provides sob story for illegals

September 29, 2019

Misplaced sympathy: Actual victims are Americans not Guatemalans

If you thought the Hillary-endorsing, Trump-hating Arizona Republic was loathsome in its previous incarnation, its recent acquisition by GateHouse puts an even more outrageous spin on the news. 

A front page report headed THE MIGRANTS, sits atop the emboldened headline, “Poppies cultivated for heroin fuel crisis.” Below that is the tearjerker line: “Guatemalan farmers fled to U.S. after crops were razed.” This twist puts to rest the illegal invaders claims of seeking fear-based asylum. What they want is economic security in the country they were more than willing to flood with heroin.

Readers are then introduced to Carlos. He previously farmed potatoes, oats and corn, before finding a much more lucrative and prettier crop of bright red poppies he and others like him were happy to cultivate for their milky fluid used to make heroin. Carlos says he and his friends were persuaded to replace their vegetable crops with what he was told would produce medicine.

Sure thing, Carlos.

If you thought the bad guys are the willing farmers, often engaging in violent battles to ensure enough water for their deadly but highly profitable crops — via their complicity in flooding American cities with heroin — you‘d be dead wrong. The ogre in the tale of woe is none other than the United States. Our government has “pressured” Guatemala to eradicate the profitable poppy fields, throwing Carlos and his complicit compatriots back into growing vegetables.

Carlos admits the loss of revenue from growing poppies was the main reason he decided to leave and join the massive influx of Guatemalans invading the U.S.  “They took away the poppy. These potatoes are hardly worth anything.”

He says he heard that as long as parents showed up for their court hearings, they could stay in the U.S. and work while their kids went to public school free. Guatemala, which only requires a sixth grade education, imposes fees for any schooling past that grade level.

These staggering numbers are directly from U.S. Customs and Border Protection. They include 72,873 unaccompanied minors who were apprehended by Border Patrol through August.

During the same time period, Border Patrol apprehended 457,871 illegal invaders arriving as “family units,” a claim which DNA oral swabs frequently expose as untrue. Many of the children used to gain entry by non-related adults are trafficked or purchased. Many are sexually exploited. They are a factor contributing to a 406% increase from the previous year. Of those, nearly 40% — more than from any other single country — came from Guatemala.

These are just a few harsh facts you won’t read in the rag.


Pres. Trump keeps loyal base, despite Dem assault 

September 28, 2019

Rasmussen Reports Friday survey of likely voters holds good news for President Donald Trump and his legions of supporters. The mélange of data is headlined, Voters See Trump’s Reelection Far More Likely Than Impeachment.

Although the pollsters concluded, “Voters think President Trump has more to lose in the growing Ukraine controversy than leading Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden, they still see Trump’s reelection as a surer shot than impeachment.”

Seeing Red AZ attributes those views to the lack of mainstream media coverage of the nefarious and extraordinarily lucrative China and Ukrainian dealings surrounding Hunter Biden and gaffe-prone, deceptive, increasingly unhealthy and unable to keep his dentures in his mouth Papa Joe who paved his unqualified son’s way for a $1.5 Billion private equity deal with the Bank of China that remains unprecedented in the investment world. The “B” is not a typo.

Breitbarts Joshua Caplan exposes the China deal. The same news agency’s Robert Kraychik reveals the muzzle the Washington Post and its leftist news cohorts have placed on any reports of the China and Ukraine scandals involving Hunter Biden. Suppression of news is how the leftist media dominate their readers. Knowledge is power and mental manipulation must exist in a vacuum.

Conservatives have a lot to digest, but we understand the underhanded dealings because we are not spoon fed political pap and robotically fall in line on election day. Rising against the leftist tide, we voted to “Make America Great Again.” In 2022 we’ll be voting to “Keep America Great.”

AZ GOP Chair Dr. Kelli Ward provides important information in the 2019 Precinct Committeeman Handbook.

Get involved. Become a Precinct Committeeman. President Trump can’t do it alone. He needs us as much as we need him.


Arizona Republic imposes NEW WORD ORDER

September 27, 2019

“Progressive” new favored terminology, President Trump loses title

Conservative talk show host and best-selling author Dennis Prager is a man with the unique ability to make others think. He also possesses the talent to change minds, as he does with this instructive Prager U 5-minute video,* Left or Liberal?

We were drawn to this subject after noticing an interesting phenomena taking place in the…ahem…dare we say it?….radically leftist Arizona Republic newspaper.

A couple of headlines zero in on the new usage of the word “progressive.” It stands out starkly, minus “Flo” hawking insurance. Its erratic usages make unclear if it’s meant as a pejorative or compliment:

Progressive groups to spend $50M in Sun Belt

Could Arizona progressives hurt chances of Democrats in 2020 races?

The newly purchased Hillary-endorsing newspaper, rife with ASU J school student interns replacing fired reporters, is nothing more than a sickly, anorexic version of its long-gone former self when it was owned by conservatives Eugene and Nina Pulliam and employed actual journalists. Space is obviously an issue. Yet the 11-letter word “progressive,” not previously seen in articles, and never elevated to headline stature where brevity is an imperative — is getting a workout. “Democrat” is three letters shorter. Descriptive “Leftist,” only 7-letters and the preferred choice of SRAZ, is crisp and precise.

Democrat Steve Farley, a former state legislator who ran for Tucson mayor and lost, grouses in an opinion piece that he “was the victim of a  tidal wave of cash spent by progressive Democratic organizations to defeat — and in some cases smear — a Democratic candidate who has served Tucson honorably for 12 years in the state Legislature. That candidate was me.”

There’s that pesky word “progressive” again. Its gestation period is shorter than that of a hamster. And, as we’ve seen, it gives birth to new young progressives in a blink of an eye.

It’s not an issue of word economy. The same intentional word manipulation is found everyday with the word, “Trump” topping numerous negative reports about the president.  He is never accorded the abbreviation “Pres.” in headlines, which is shorter than his last name. Today’s edition has four such examples. Referring to President Trump in any way denoting honor would be a bridge too far for the virulent, unconcealed haters who work for the newspaper.

* Prager U videos are on a wide variety of topics, often featuring experts who share their wisdom in concise, easily digestible servings.


11 Republicrats undercut Trump’s border funding

September 26, 2019

While our attention has been diverted by the Dems impeachment hyperbole, 11 traitorous Republicrats have joined their Democrat brethren attempting to hamstring President Trump’s prioritized border wall construction.

S.J. Res.54, a joint resolution sponsored by Tucson-born, New Mexico Senator Tom Udall, terminates the national emergency related to the U.S.-Mexico border, declared by President Trump on February 15, 2019. The full senate vote can be seen here. Notice that four of the five who did not vote are Democrat Presidential candidates.

Sen. Martha McSally voted in support of President Trump.  Kyrsten Sinema, recently threatened with a censure vote by the AZ Democrat party hierarchy was sufficiently chastised to fall back in line. Felecia Rotellini, the Dem state chairman was once a competitive weightlifter.

Udall, part of a left-wing family dynasty, is throwing this switch after announcing his retirement as of 2020. Not faced with having to justify his ruthless actions to voters, he’ll slide out of the senate on a cushion of cash and bundle of vengeance. Dismissive of his constituents who endure the harsh realities and staggering costs the onslaught masses of illegals present, Udall tweeted about “President Trump’s phony national emergency.”

 

Udall is also the second cousin of Utah Sen. Mike Lee, another one of the compliant 11, who would rather undercut the president’s authority than protect our country from invasion.

  1. Lamar Alexander, (R-TN)
  2. Roy Blunt, (R-MO)
  3. Susan Collins, (R-ME)
  4. Mike Lee, (R-UT)
  5. Jerry Moran, (R-KS)
  6. Rand Paul, (R-KY)
  7. Rob Portman, (R-OH)
  8. Lisa Murkowski, (R-AK)
  9. Mitt Romney, (R-UT)
  10. Pat Toomey, (R-PA)
  11. Roger Wicker, (R-MS)

Dems launch Trump impeachment: Repercussions will follow

September 25, 2019

After resisting ongoing impeachment calls from her fellow Dems, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has acquiesced and on Tuesday authorized an inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Pelosi who will turn 80 on her next birthday, has been around the political block for decades, currently in her 17th term, and realizes the risks involved with attempting to take down the popular president.

House Republicans impeached Bill Clinton in 1998, charging him with perjury to a grand jury (by a 228–206 vote) and obstruction of justice (by a 221–212 vote). It did not result in removal from office.

The Senate is firmly controlled by Republicans, holding a 53-to-47 seat advantage. The U.S. Constitution requires a two-thirds majority of the Senate to vote to convict and expel a president who has been impeached by the House. The chances of garnering enough Republican votes is an implausible long shot.

Clinton’s impeachment provided momentary exhilaration that ended with a harsh reality for Republicans, as Democrats gained seats in the midterm election held as the impeachment was fomenting. Impeachment lacks traction among mainstream Americans, who view it as partisanship run amok.

According to today’s Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll, 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance, including 35% who Strongly Approve of the job Trump is doing.

An earlier Quinnipiac University poll showed 61% of voters surveyed stated Congress should not begin the impeachment process against President Donald Trump.

The voice of America was loud and clear (video) stunning newscasters as the 2016 Presidential Election results were tabulated.

Impeachment actions will not bode well for the Democrats.


Facts expose Daniel McCarthy’s distortions of Sen. Martha McSally

September 24, 2019

McCain RINOs donating to Dem Mark Kelly

Arizona voters listening to U.S. Senate wannabe Daniel McCarthy would be led to believe that John McCain is alive and well, wearing lipstick, earrings, sporting a dark shoulder-length haircut and campaigning to keep his senate seat.

That’s the misrepresentation the abysmally lacking in credentials 34-year-old Daniel McCarthy, who is challenging Arizona’s sole Republican U.S. Senator, Martha McSally, would have voters accept.

The Washington Examiner, in a must-read report, puts those claims to rest as it illuminates high dollar McCain donors who have now switched their allegiance to Democrat Mark Kelly, the husband of former U. S. Rep. Gabby Giffords.  

The switch makes sense since John McCain was as left-leaning as any Democrat.

This realignment of Republicrat John McCain’s former donors with leftist, Second Amendment restrictionist Mark Kelly clearly defines McSally as the Constitutionalist in the race. Kelly uses a load of double talk to conceal his actual agenda. The group he and Giffords co-founded  which Kelly refers to as a “gun safety organization” is anything but. It has gone though several name changes and mergers and is now known as the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Its political arm, Giffords PAC, raises money, coaches and then endorses anti-Second Amendment candidates in key races, and — in its own words — runs campaigns to “shine a spotlight on elected officials who support dangerous gun laws.”

Like his friend Barack Obama, Kelly, a dedicated leftist, is pro-abortion, limp on border issues, wants to impose Green New Deal federal standards estimated to cost $93 trillion to address climate change and supports unsustainable government provided universal health for all. 

According to Federal Election Commission data, Kelly is significantly surpassing the fundraising all national senate candidates of both parties. He is aided by Socialist multi-billionaire George Soros, who despises the idea of national borders. Soros’ Act Blue has been hosting D.C. fundraisers for Kelly.

Inexperienced and gaffe-prone Daniel McCarthy’s ego driven entry into this race will force Republican incumbent Sen. Martha McSally into an expensive primary and effectively guarantee the political extremist Mark Kelly a senate seat. Don’t be conned.

Seeing Red AZ has previously covered Daniel McCarthy in these posts:

Sept. 13, 2019: Daniel McCarthy: Exodus’ golden calf revisited

Aug. 30, 2018: Daniel McCarthy’s challenge to Sen. McSally fulfills Kelly’s dream