Lying leftist ideologues blame Trump for anti-Semitism

December 31, 2019

Trump Derangement Syndrome is not only real, it is virulently hateful. Further, there is no deceit that is too vile for its proponents to spew.

Anti-Semitism, the hatred of Jews, is the latest noose to be hung around the president’s neck. There has been an undeniable spike in vicious acts perpetrated against Jews both in America and abroad. That the most recent one occurred at the Chanukah candle lighting ceremony at a New York rabbi’s home during the holiday season when peace should reign for both Christians and Jews is particularly reprehensible. Most news coverage omitted the fact that the machete wielding man was black since racial sensitivity is paramount, taking preference over the raging knife attacks suffered by the religious worshipers.

The truth is much different than the left would have us believe. President Donald Trump is actually the most pro-Jewish leader our country has seen, since Harry Truman, who was the first president to recognize the state of Israel in 1948. Though other presidents vowed to do so,Trump fulfilled his 2016 campaign promise  to “move the American embassy to the eternal capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem.” His daughter, Ivanka, is a Jewish convert and three of his grandchildren are being raised in the faith.

Yet liberal demagogues such as Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blamed Pres. Trump for the violence declaring after the Chanukah stabbings, that Pres. Trump is fomenting political hate that is spreading to the culture. Recently a New Jersey market in an orthodox Jewish neighborhood was the scene of bloody carnage. Previously, it was a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Yet placing blame has more to do with scoring political points than facts.

West Virginia Republican Gov. Jim Justice issued this statement Monday condemning the actions of more than 30 cadets and staff members at a corrections academy at the state’s Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety. They were  photographed making a gesture used to salute German dictator Adolf Hitler, who started World War II and oversaw the systematic slaughter of over 6 million Jews and millions of others. Gov. Justice approved recommendations that those in the photo and some academy staff who knew about the incident be fired.

Demographics point to the fact that there are far more Jewish residents in New York than West Virginia, but it is the Republicans who behave righteously.

Under the guise of “inclusion” Democrats have been tolerating increasing anti-Semitism. Monica Showalter, writing,Cuomo blames Trump for string of anti-Semitic attacks in New York, for American Thinker, asks:

“Where have Democrats been on the matter of Rep. Ilhan Omar, who continuously spews anti-Semitic tropes and statements? Or the equally hateful Rep. Rashida Tlaib? They couldn’t even pass a resolution to condemn their anti-Semitic statements and you can bet the anti-Semitic thugs out there now perpetrating the attacks have taken notice. Democrats have simply embraced Jew haters to a disturbing extent, whether it’s to Get Trump or because they perceive it as an easy avenue to get votes.

Anti-Semitism is real, and Democrats have coddled it for years, stepping up the effort in the name of ‘inclusion’ and now watching it reach a critical mass. These anti-Semitic attacks are the work of their policies, their decisions, and entirely on them. Blaming President Trump for these odious attacks is disingenuous projecting and about as dishonest as it gets. It’s time for them to look inward.”

 


John McCain tops famed double agent Mata Hari

December 27, 2019

Mata Hari was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan,* convicted of being a spy for Germany during World War I and executed by a firing squad in France.

John McCain, now interred after three meticulously self-planned funerals, faced no firing squad, but was every bit as much of a double agent as Mata Hari, whose name is synonymous with clandestine dealings.

Breitbart reporter Aaron Klein, aided by researcher Joshua Klein, has done an outstanding job of revealing McCain’s long tentacles into the now discredited, salacious and fraudulent Steele “dossier,” and the lengths to which the former Arizona senator went to malign and attempt to topple Donald Trump — a man he despised for achieving the one thing the vengeful McCain lusted for but failed to attain: The Presidency of the United States.

Exhibiting his widely known classy style, McCain defended his contemptible actions with these words: “I discharged that obligation, and I would do it again. Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell.”

You can’t be too busy to read, “IG Report Reveals Steele Funneled Claims Through John McCain After FBI Dropped Him,” These few sentences should serve as the enticement:

The IG [Inspector General] report also verifies that a McCain aide obtained the Steele reports directly from Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson, meaning that when McCain transferred the anti-Trump charges to [now disgraced former FBI Director] James Comey he had to have known that the material originated with a firm that specializes in controversial opposition tactics.

Fusion GPS was paid for its anti-Trump work by Trump’s primary political opponents, namely Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) via the Perkins Coie law firm.

States the IG report:

Several weeks later, on December 9, 2016, Senator John McCain provided Comey with a collection of 16 Steele election reports, 5 of which Steele had not given the FBI. McCain had obtained these reports from a staff member at the McCain Institute. The McCain Institute staff member had met with Steele and later acquired the reports from Simpson.

The unnamed McCain staff member is known to be David J. Kramer, who also infamously provided BuzzFeed with the Steele dossier.

It’s worth remembering McCain called scandal-plagued leftist Hillary Clinton a “rock star” he could support for president.

* A euphemism for a prostitute with a retinue of powerful, often political, clients.

Clarifying brackets inserted by SRAZ.


Why the secular left abhors Christmas

December 23, 2019

Today, just in advance of the holiday, we bring you a superb column by Dennis Prager, exposing the left’s war on Christmas.

This important exposé is our Christmas gift to Seeing Red AZ’s readers.

A nationally syndicated radio talk show host, Prager is also a columnist and best-selling author, and is the founder of Prager U. Many of you may have seen his recent movie, “No Safe Spaces,” co-produced with Adam Carolla. Read Dennis Prager’s impressive bio here.


Trump impeachment: Oscar worthy theatrical production

December 19, 2019

Absence of bi-partisan effort exposed: Insufficient votes to remove the president in the senate keeps Pelosi from moving forward with sham impeachment


The impeachment talk that began in November 2016, immediately following the inauguration of Donald Trump as America’s 45th president, culminated Wednesday with a theatrical production leading to articles of impeachment filed in the U.S. House. The contrivance could hardly be called a bi-partisan effort since not a single Republican voted for it. In fact, they were joined by two dissenting Democrats and another who refused to vote. From its inception, the entire effort has been steeped in rank Trump hatred.

Staged to convey a somber tone to the gleefully awaited event, the leftist members melodramatically dressed in black and declared the need to remove the president so they could face their children and grandchildren. Since more than a few qualify as senior citizens, they could have mentioned their great-grandchildren for added impact. Then the all day and evening performance bizarrely veered off into the stratosphere when Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she may not send the articles of impeachment to the (Republican majority) senate.

Despite ongoing efforts to smear him, President Trump remains immensely popular, drawing record crowds to his rallies. He smoothly held one in Battle Creek, Michigan yesterday as his Democrat antagonists were poised to obliterate his presidency. Americans, benefiting from his economic programs, waited for hours in sub-zero temperatures to hear him speak.

It’s not only Trump and his policies the left loathes. They also despise us, because they know we will reelect him in 2020. They lie with impunity and hate with vigor. We are the “smelly Walmart shoppers,” described by Barack Obama as “clinging to out guns and bibles.” Like schoolyard bullies, they disingenuously promote the notion that Hillary Clinton would be in the White House if it wasn’t for rabidly sexist and racist Republican voters.

Skipping the double talk in favor of quadruple talk, Pelosi was able to keep a straight face as she said, “We’re not sending [the articles] tonight because it’s difficult to determine who the managers would be until we see the arena in which we will be participating. So far we haven’t seen anything that looks fair to us, so hopefully it will be fairer and when we see what that is, we’ll send our managers.” That the word “fair” was able to escape her unprincipled lips is a marvel.

 In a recent commentary, the brilliant Victor Davis Hanson, wrote:

“Given the current criteria of the Trump impeachment, Barack Obama easily would have been impeached: in Fast and Furious, the Iran nuclear deal, and Benghazi, Obama stonewalled congressional requests or kept critical information from the public and Congress. On illegal immigration, Obama simply made up or ignored laws in the manner earlier that he said to have done so would be antidemocratic and monarchial.

Every impeachment charge against Trump far more easily could have been lodged against an imperial Obama presidency—without mentioning that Obama ultimately may be found to be knowledgeable of the entire CIA, FBI, and Justice Department surveilling of an opposition campaign and sabotage of a presidential transition.”

The editorial in today’s issue of the steeply declining, Hillary-endorsing Arizona Republic is topped with an absurd headline, “The best way forward now? We, the people, get to vote.” The leftist editorial board conveniently forgets, we already did.

* Photo courtesy of New York Post


Dems prioritize impeachment,except when golf’s on 

December 14, 2019

Distraught Democrats, who began discussing the prospect of impeaching President Donald Trump immediately after his inauguration, have made good on their promise, while kicking the Constitution in the shins. Unable to get over their angst that scandal-plagued Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election, they’ve come up with novel, politically motivated charges in the articles of impeachment they’ve brought against the Republican president: one for abuse of power and a second for obstruction of Congress. The surging economy and record employment numbers are not on their retribution focused minds.

The Dems are moving at breakneck speed, hoping to beat the 2020 election clock while overturning the 2016 vote they despised. The other compelling force is the impending loss of ailing, 86-year-old Supreme Court Associate Justice, former ACLU lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It would be unthinkable to them if President Trump made a third appointment to the high court, definitively altering the composite for decades to come. These impeachment obsessed leftists take their jobs seriously. Nothing can diminish their dedication…except a good golf game, as Louisiana Democrat U.S. Rep. Cedric Levon Richmond demonstrates. He’s definitely got his priorities in order, and a guy who forges his own path. When he and his bride married, they registered for gifts at Williams Sonoma and Babies R Us.

*H/T Video courtesy of Steve Guest, RNC’s Rapid Response Director


Impeachment circus: Dem law prof. channels McCain, mocks kids

December 5, 2019

Constitutional scholar Prof. Jonathan Turley, not a Trump supporter, comes to the president’s defense at impeachment hearing

Democrat partisan Stanford law professor Pamela Karlan, who donated $1,000 to Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign, veered off into the stratosphere at the impeachment farce Wednesday when she was asked how the powers of a president differ from those of a British king.

Karlan, a childless, married lesbian, eagerly jumped at the opportunity to slam the Trump family, by invoking their 13-year-old son, saying kings had virtually unlimited authority while the Constitution limits presidential powers. To illustrate her point, she referenced President Trump’s son, Barron.

“The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the president can name his son Barron, he can’t make him a baron,” Karlan said to laughter and appreciative applause from the Democrats in the hearing room.

First Lady Melania Trump’s rapid response elicited an apology from the boorish law professor, who later said she regretted her comment.

Karlan’s comments bring to mind the slur that John McCain used to mock Bill and Hillary Clinton’s then-teenage daughter, Chelsea. McCain, appearing at an Arizona fundraiser asked a room full of high dollar donors, “Do you know why Chelsea Clinton is so ugly?” He then provided his own answer, saying, “Because Janet Reno (then-U.S. Attorney General) is her father.” Mannish and single, Reno was 6′ 2”.

Pamela Karlan stood in stark contrast to Constitutional scholar and George Washington University Law professor Jonathan Turley, who told the House Judiciary Committee that he did not vote for Donald Trump for president, but said the Democrats were abusing their power in bringing this “slipshod” partisan case and “setting a dangerous precedent.” Turley, cautioned against the impeachment, saying that to proceed on this course against President Trump based on the current evidence “would be to expose every future president to the same type of inchoate impeachment.” His full statement can be viewed here.

 


AZ ACLU advises students on reciting Pledge of Allegiance

December 4, 2019

Though reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is a bridge too far for leftist ACLU, Republican Gov. Ducey is supportive, reported to have expressed surprise that grade school students no longer begin their mornings with the pledge

As difficult as it is to fathom, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona has a 25-page manual for public school students, titled,Know Your Rights,” urging them “Don’t just know your rights…fight for them!” The advice includes:

 “Act Now! Get a copy of your school’s Code of Student Conduct. Learn from this booklet what rights you have, and ensure those rights are protected by the school. Don’t wait until your rights are violated to speak up.”

“Document and Organize! If you feel your rights have been violated, write a statement with details of the incident, including: who, what, when and where. Get witness statements…” seemingly preparing them for a lawsuit.

Page five addresses the question: “Do we have to say the Pledge of Allegiance?”

The ACLU’s answer is “No. The courts say that students have the right to sit silently during the flag salute and Pledge of Allegiance. As long as you do not disrupt the pledge, you may refuse to participate.”

According to the ACLU, needing a parent’s permission to opt out, could have a “chilling effect on students’ free speech.” Seriously.

The pledge, long regarded as a symbol of patriotism, has reached red flag urgency status due to a bill currently in the state legislature, allowing for the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of each day — apparently now regarded as an outrageous assault on the tender psyches of Arizona children. Not only does it support allegiance to the United States of America, but it contains the two words, “under God,” that are anathema to the ACLU.  HB 2017, a simple one-page bill sponsored by Rep. John Fillmore (R-LD16) allows for “quiet reflection” in lieu of the recitation.

In 1954 Congress added the words “under God” at the request of President Eisenhower. The thirty-one words now creating a commotion are, “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

Count on this…Quiet reflection will still be considered an affront.