Posthumously unmasking John McCain as leftist, jealous tool

May 28, 2020

The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft intriguingly headline’s his recent post.It’s Coming” – Reporter Adam Housley on Spygate Scandal: Names to Watch. McMaster, Rosenstein and John McCain.”

Hoft whets our appetites with this compelling morsel, “FOX News reporter put up a series of tweets this weekend on the ongoing Obama spygate scandal. According to Housley the scandal involves corrupt officials from both parties and he suggests that the case is moving swiftly and that these three men are in the crosshairs: H. R. McMaster, Rod Rosenstein and deceased US Senator and Trump-hater John McCain.”

 Never fans of slippery McCain, SRAZ wrote,McCain’s vicious anti-Trump schemes revealed posthumously.”

Count on the fact that we will stay on top of what appears to be a gigantic reveal.

In the meantime, we encourage you to get a full fledged background on Rod Rosenstein and his wife by reading,Who Is Lisa H. Barsoomian?  Brace yourself for the blatant partisanship, with deep links to Hillary Clinton, that was an integral part of the scheme to take down Donald Trump. In 2013, John McCain referred to Hillary as a “rock star he could support for president” in 2016 SRAZ revealed, both had longstanding ties to Socialist billionaire, George Soros, who distains sovereign national borders.

Of primary importance is the fact that viciously jealous McCain hand-carried the contrived Steele “dossier” to then-FBI Director James Comey, in an effort to discredit Republican candidate presidential candidate Donald Trump:

“I discharged that obligation, and I would do it again. Anyone who doesn’t like it can go to hell,” McCain said. He was well aware of the fact that the fraudulent document was funded by the Democrat National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

You’ll never read any of this in the McCain worshiping, Hillary-endorsing, local newspaper, now undeniably suffering its own death throes.


AZ Republic elevates US Rep. Andy Biggs to US Senate

May 27, 2020

Those inattentive folks at the seriously failing Arizona Republic newspaper, have problems that far surpass the Hillary-endorsing newspaper’s out-of-step leftist bent. As a case in point, Tuesday‘s hard-copy edition ran an opinion piece that was an attention grabber.

Topping a rational “Your Turn” column was this headline, “The US can’t afford to stay closed.” The co-authors are identified under their photos as, “Sens. Rand Paul and Andy Biggs.”

Make no mistake. Conservative Andy Biggs is definitely someone we’d be happy to see in the U.S. Senate. However, the former Arizona State Senate president is currently serving his second term representing Arizona’s Congressional District 5 residents in the U.S. House of Representatives. That fact obviously missed the attention of the careless hacks still employed at the newspaper in the wake of mass layoffs, pay cuts and furloughs.

Blithely undisturbed by the daily’s daily flubs, exemplified by this monumental list of Corrections and Clarifications, is the inanely grinning executive editor Greg Burton — except when comparing his remaining staff tocrackpots and criminals.” He puts on a happy face to thank the dwindling number of readers overpaying for being fed leftist slop as he prizes newsroom diversity above factual reporting while promising more of the same to subscribers.

What an inducement!


Can a name constitute child abuse?

May 26, 2020

Proof that having vast wealth doesn’t protect against lunacy comes to us by way of the latest rendition of the name Tesla billionaire Elon Musk and his Canadian musician girlfriend Grimes,* have bestowed upon their newborn son. 

His original name “X Æ A-12“ was rejected by the California Office of Vital Records which only recognizes names that contain the 26 alphabetical characters of the English language, including hyphens and apostrophes. Numbers are banned.

The baby’s new name, altered to comply with state law, is “X Æ A-Xii” which includes Roman numerals instead of the number 12.

It’s true that names go in and out of style as these lists prove. Trendy names, which are all the rage today, will seem hopelessly mundane when half the kids in the first grade class carry the same moniker. Blanche, Dorothy, Hazel and Mildred were once chic, but are now in the name morgue. Though male names are less prone to fads, few parents name their sons Arthur, Clarence, Herman or Wilbur today.

Still, it’s a good bet little X Æ A-Xii might as well have been named Rebel or Maverick, denoting defying authority. He’s likely going to have an issue or two with his parents, and will be anything but passive in his resistance to being an unpronounceable oddity.

It’s strange that father Elon would put his son in such a predicament, since he has written that he suffered relentless bullying as a child and regarded his own “genius” father as evil.

* Her parents named her Claire Elise Boucher.

 


JD: A bright break from the quarantine Tues. 7- 9am

May 25, 2020

JD Hayworth will be guest hosting on conservative talk radio WBT Charlotte, North Carolina — tomorrow (Tuesday) from 7- 9 am, AZ Time. Listen Live.


Honoring America’s fallen heroes: Memorial Day 2020

May 25, 2020

Coronavirus impacts customary memorial events


President Trump’s Memorial Day message can be read here. It includes proclaiming Memorial Day, May 25, 2020, as a day of prayer for permanent peace, designating 11:00 a.m. in each locality as a time when we may unite in prayer. The President also asks all Americans to observe the National Moment of Remembrance beginning at 3:00 p.m. local time today, as we remember how priceless freedom is and honor those who have fought to preserve it.

This year’s commemorations will be markedly different due to the Coronavirus and restrictions on large gatherings. The National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, where thousands gather for a memorial ceremony, will not host events this year. The cemetery will be open to visitors, though they will be prohibited from placing flags on graves.

The U.S.  Department of Veterans Affairs issued this announcement regarding guidelines and restrictions. Graves of loved ones can be accessed through Veterans Legacy Memorial website.


Fake news takes a sentimental journey

May 24, 2020

President Trump often cites valid reasons to refer to the media as fake. It has grotesquely mischaracterized him since the previously non–political businessman first entered the political arena — formally announcing his candidacy on June 16, 2015, with a campaign rally and speech at Trump Tower in New York City.

Rallies launched him with Americans as nothing else could. His initial Phoenix one held July 14, 2015, energized Arizonans much to the dismay of the radically left Arizona Republic, which later endorsed scandal-plagued Hillary. Trump filled large venues in both Las Vegas and Phoenix on that same day, with lines snaking around downtown blocks in the scorching heat to gain access to the Phoenix Convention Center, where he was met with rousing cheers, which continued to punctuate his speech. Trump was joined on stage by crowd pleasing Sheriff Joe Arpaio, further inflaming the editorialists. The terrified newspaper, sensing the coming conservative revolution, coarsely dismissed the ticket carrying crowd of 5,000 as a “preposterous guesstimate” of “angry white people,”  “ripe for demagoguery.” Trump’s message was mocked as “obnoxious caterwauling.”

Despite the fake news’ continuing attempts to marginalize him, Donald Trump not only won, but swept the country. Under his guidance as president, we have enjoyed the strongest economy and historically lowest unemployment, until the Wuhan Coronavirus global pandemic turned the worldwide financial system on its head. He has successfully nominated two conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court and filled numerous vacancies on the federal district courts, returning sanity to the judicial system. For his efforts, congressional leftists impeached him, though he was not removed from office, since the senate maintains a GOP majority, albeit slim.

The local newspaper despises our very effective president and is intent on diminishing him. Instead it’s the Arizona Republic that is on life support.

It was interesting, then, that the far-left newspaper recently took a pathetically wistful walk down Memory Lane as its front page was filled with previous Page One headlines nostalgically commemorating its glory days when it was widely read, beginning with its inception as the Arizona Republican,130 years ago. The Viewpoints section was topped with an oversized photo of Eugene and Nina Pulliam, the newspaper’s longtime conservative owners and publishers before it repulsively transmogrified into a radical rag following their deaths. What is preposterous is under their photo is this deceitful headline:

“In 1946, The Republic promised to do good — that vow remains.”

“Doing good” does not entail lying about conservatives and continually promoting political extremists.

Hemorrhaging subscriptions, the desperate, fetidly partisan newspaper is now offering $1 a week special offers, and even at that giveaway price, there are few takers. Venom still oozes from its pages. Today’s edition runs this suicidal topper to a column:

“Why doesn’t McSally love communists; Trump does.”


Biden declares black Trump voters “ain’t black”

May 23, 2020

Joe Biden channels Hillary, derisively using jargon white Dems regard as black speech

Holed up in his basement, clueless Joe Biden has become more than an acutely unwell man being put on display to keep the Democrat ticket alive. He’s an embarrassment.

Even with a script on his desk or teleprompter in front of him, he’s unable to articulate the thoughts that his handlers try to funnel into his head. The politically motivated abuse of a seriously ailing man is distressing to watch, but the stakes are high since Socialist Bernie Sanders abandoned his campaign and Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren, lacking even tribal traction, jumped off the stage.

The Dems were left with Biden, who even as Obama’s VP was known as the gaffe king, (video) with a knack for being an equal opportunity insulter.

Seeking female voters, Joe has promised to name a woman as his running mate. Pressure is also mounting for him to name a black woman, attempting to ensure that Dems might lay claim to the first dual minority president, since it’s clear sickly and scandal-plagued Joe Biden could never serve out a full 4-year term.  He’s having problems getting through the campaign, let alone being the leader of the free world.

Appearing Friday on a syndicated radio show known as “The Breakfast Club,“ Biden stepped in it again. After a caretaker/aide interrupted the flagging interview to say Biden was running short on time,  the host who calls himself ‘Charlamagne tha God’ genially asked that Biden pay the studio a visit the next time he’s in New York.

“Listen, you’ve got to come see us when you come to New York, VP Biden,” Charlamagne said at the end of the interview. “Because it’s a long way until November. We got more questions.” Biden responded:

“You got more questions? Well, I’m telling you: If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Saturday’s edition of the leftist fake news disseminator Arizona Republic buried this slur on an interior USAToday insert page. Its AP story carried a quasi apology headline with Biden unconvincingly stating his remark had been “too cavalier.”

During a 2007 campaign stop in Selma, Alabama, Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop where she adopted an absurd southern drawl (video) for her appearance at the historic black First Baptist Church. Clinton said:

“I don’t feel no ways tired. I come too far from where I started from. Nobody told me that the road would be easy. I don’t believe he brought me this far to leave me.”

Clinton later defended the affected accent, saying she’d lived in Arkansas.