DNC Chair resigns, chaos reigns prior to Dem convention

July 25, 2016

Democrats plagued by email scandals

Following the nomination of Republican Donald Trump at the RNC last week, Democrats are in a state of turmoil. On the eve of their national convention, party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced she would resign her post later this week, amid angry charges of corruption and cronyism leveled at her by Bernie Sander’s supporters, who are threatening to disrupt the anointing of Hillary Clinton. Liberal hopes of a smooth coronation, transitioning Obama’s third term, are looking increasingly bleak.

The outgoing chairman was booed and jeered this morning at a pre-convention breakfast.

Wikileaks publication of 20,000 DNC emails over the weekend exposing the party apparatus’ decided skew favoring Hillary, while actually undermining Bernie Sanders’ campaign, made it immediately clear that Wasserman Schultz’s tenure was in peril. Sanders supporters, expecting neutrality from the DNC, are enraged and protesting.

In a preposterous showing of hypocrisy, the same Democrats who have bashed Trump’s vow to build a wall along our southern border have erected what they hope to be an impenetrable four-mile long, 8-foot tall fence around the Philadelphia convention center. Photos courtesy of The American Mirror.

The left-wing media repeatedly referred to the Republican convention as “dark.” What descriptive term will they use to describe the chaos amid the breaking scandals and disarray at the DNC?


Jeff Flake, John & Meghan McCain: In the tank for Hillary

July 24, 2016

These Republicrat Arizonans put liberals to shame

In this congratulatory tweet, Jeff Flake was unable to contain his glee over liberal Democrat Hillary Clinton’s selection of Tim Kaine as her Vice Presidential running mate. Flake has already made his opposition to Republic standard-bearer Donald Trump abundantly clear.  In fact, the vacuous Flake who seized on opposition to earmarks as his congressional launching pad sounds very much like one casting his lot with Hillary though she never saw a spending scheme she didn’t support. Flake would, of course, be following his mentor John McCain, who referred to Clinton as a “rock star” he could support.

Where do you think the Flake’s vote will go? John McCain’s? The duo partnered on crafting the pro-amnesty for illegals ‘Gang of Eight’ as they colluded with such liberals as Chuck Schumer and Dick Durbin. Marco Rubio, unable to defend his participation, suffered a blistering defeat in his presidential bid due to his involvement in this unholy contrivance.

According to the Daily Caller, McCain and Flake are in a race for the least popular senator in the nation prize. McCain polled at 30% and Flake was even lower at 27% among Arizona voters.

Meghan McCain speaking with People magazine said she cried when Donald Trump officially won the Republican nomination for president at the GOP convention on Tuesday. But hers were not tears of joy. The daughter of failed presidential candidate John McCain called the vote to nominate Trump a “garbage election,” and Donald Trump a “garbage candidate,” not representative of her view of the Republican Party.

Obviously familiar with an actual “garbage candidate,” she only registered as a Republican as a Father’s Day surprise for her dad whose disastrous candidacy gave us eight years of Barack Obama.  Now that qualifies as garbage — worthy of crying over.


Donald Trump accepts GOP nomination

July 21, 2016

Introduced by his daughter, Ivanka, on Thursday night and telling America, “I am your voice,” Donald Trump has “humbly and gratefully” accepted the Republican nomination for President of the United States.  The Trump / Pence ticket is already energizing Americans.  We will win in November.

 


Eric Trump: “My father is running for you!”

July 21, 2016

RNC HIGHLIGHT:

Donald Trump’s 32-year-old son Eric, took his turn at the podium at the Republican National Convention Wednesday night and gave this moving speech, which he wrote himself, about his father.

If you missed this marvelous speech, watch it here. If you saw this speech last night, watch it again. It will make you proud of our Republican nominee, who is not only a successful entrepreneur but has also raised an extraordinary family.

RNC LOWLIGHT:

 Ted Cruz humiliates himself and likely dooms any future political plans with his petulant refusal to endorse the Republican Party nominee Donald Trump after accepting an invitation to speak to the convention. Cruz, sounding a lot like a candidate gearing up for 2020, addressed the delegates with these words: “To those listening, please, don’t stay home in November, stand, and speak, and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution.”

 Ted and Heidi Cruz were escorted out of the area to boos and calls of “Goldman Sachs!” a reference to Heidi Cruz’ longtime employment as an investment banker with a major player in what Cruz derided as the “Washington cartel” of bankers, lobbyists and major corporations. According to this March 24, 2015, USA Today article, Heidi Cruz joined Goldman in 2005 and ran its Houston wealth-management unit, which, according to the report, “handles portfolios for clients with an average net worth of $40 million.”

Cruz’ aspirations should be a lonely date with history. The remarkable rise of non-politician Donald Trump has not been without some bumps in the road. Yet he surged to the forefront in a crowed field of 17 GOP candidates, defying the negative predictions of political pundits.  He is the Republican nominee and his choice of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his Vice Presidential running mate has served to enhance the ticket.

AS IT SHOULD BE:

Ronald Reagan’s inherent elegance in joining with Gerald Ford in 1976 after his own defeat should have set a standard for Ted Cruz. Reagan, turned to Gerald Ford in unity, and stated,Mr. President, there is no substitute for victory.” (video) What a shame Ted Cruz didn’t get the message.

Standing to the left side of the screen beginning at 7:39 were House Minority Leader John Jacob Rhodes II and his wife Elizabeth. Rhodes, a conservative, Harvard educated lawyer and respected member of congress representing Arizona’s then-First Congressional District,  was part of a select group who met with Richard Nixon and encouraged him to resign the presidency in the wake of Watergate. In a then unforeseen set of circumstances Rhodes’ retirement set the stage for the political career of John McCain, who served one term in the U.S. House before being elected to the senate seat he is unable to graciously retire from after decades of veering further and further left.


AZ State Sen. Kimberly Yee wows the RNC

July 18, 2016

Arizona was well represented at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Monday. Watch as conservative state Senator Kimberly Yee (LD 20) tells her moving family story and boldly endorses Donald J. Trump for president of the United States.

Read Sen. Yee’s  impressive bio here.

Don’t blink. This sharp and articulate woman is going places.

 

Video courtesy of: ABC TV 15


AZ’s U.S. Senators seek to purge conservatives

July 18, 2016

Flake, McCain work from the same conservative-hating playbook

Jeff Flake has had a busy weekend, making certain his highlighted locks are in place, checking to ensure the whitening strips have done the job on his pearly whites, and perfecting his crusade against not only GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, but also Trump’s supporters in case any media outlets come a callin‘. Flake’s abhorrence of conservatives includes those who previously supported him.

Flake follows his mentor, the Democrat-colluding John McCain who waged war on the conservative base of the Arizona Republican Party after he was publicly censured by statewide elected party leaders. McCain even used out-of-state Obama donors to aid in his purge of dedicated elected precinct committeemen. Flake tells media sources that “many of Trump’s fans are motivated by racism and need to get the boot as soon as Trump, he hopes, goes down in flames.”

You might need to read that again. Jeff Flake hopes Trump goes down in flames. The only takeaway is that Flake is hoping Hillary Clinton is victorious. McCain has begrudgingly come out in support of Trump, but only because he’s running for reelection an needs every vote he can get. At age 80, he’s running for another 6-year term. He previously called Hillary Clinton “a rock star he could support.”

Flake should know a thing or two about racism, after raising Tanner, a son who takes bigotry awards in every imaginable category.
This intra-party name calling is nothing new.  In 2008, now retired U.S. Rep. John Shadegg called Arizonans who desire actual border security “intolerant and xenophobic” in an interview with the New York Times. He never gave such ham-fisted quotes to the local press and likely thought the hometown yokels don’t read the tony New York Times. Obviously, he’s wrong. So are McCain and Flake.

Flake’s amnesty slipperiness is legendary. Tony Lee, writing for Breitbart reports Flake also indicated that “he had no interest in aggressively opposing” Obama’s executive amnesty — though studies in the New York Times and the Washington Post have found that Republicans can win the White House in 2016 and beyond without supporting amnesty legislation. Don’t tell that to Jeff Flake.  This issue is visceral for him.

Laura Ingraham, popular conservative talk show host, has said she’d like to move to Arizona to “primary challenge” Jeff Flake.  Talk is cheap, Laura.  Get a move on.


Media stoke savagery, then ask how to talk about it

July 12, 2016

American media sources — print, radio, television and digital — whose stock in trade is turning events into the English language for public consumption, should know all too well the powerful impact of words.

Yet it persists in misusing language. Most often the sentence construction and turn of phrase is intended to incite or sway opinion to the left.

The left-wing Arizona Republic newspaper, which makes no effort at delivering unbiased information, gets it wrong again. But this time it is indefensible regardless of one’s political vantage point.

Monday’s Page One article about the calculated ambush-style shooting that left five Dallas police officers dead and 11 wounded, is titled, “How do we talk about the tragedy?” Let’s be clear.  What took place in Dallas and in other cities where police have been subjected to death threats, targeted and mowed down is not “a tragedy,” which most people regard as an unavoidable misfortune.  It is terrorism. Barbarism rooted in evil. It is hate crime, personified. 

Black Lives Matter is not a “movement.” It is radical thuggery condoned at the highest levels of the Obama regime, from the words spoken by the man who sits in the Oval Office to U. S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch as she tells those who support the shooters and deliberately clog city highways — blocking traffic, emergency vehicles and access to businesses for hours, “Do not be discouraged.”

The term ”community” has also taken on a new meaning. Rather than relating to the community in which we all live, it’s defined by the ethnicity of the person using the word. According to Breitbart, the New Black Panthers now have a plan to form their own nation within the USA. 

The election of Barack Obama set the stage for the deepening racial divide. We screwed up in 2008 and again in 2012. We better get it right in 2016. America’s future is at stake.


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