Vice President Mike Pence is warning conservatives that a Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is a “very real threat” if Republicans fail to get voters to the polls during the midterm elections.
Pence slammed Pelosi, House Minority Leader and former Speaker, during remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, when he mocked the 77-year-old career politician from San Francisco for being out of touch with the American people.
Add having pity for a mass murderer to the list of symptoms of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
In a shocking tweet, CNN is expressing pity and apparent sympathy for the man police say killed 17 students in Parkland, Florida, and wounded more.
On Thursday night, CNN seemed to defend the killer — whom this blog won’t name — from criticism by conservatives who deemed him a “sicko” and “nuts”.
President Trump described someone who would shoot up a school as a "savage sicko." NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch called the Florida gunman "an insane monster" — "nuts" and crazy." This kind of language about mental health could be harmful, experts say. https://t.co/cq5aedYQQWpic.twitter.com/UISK4fwSY3
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stopped in Phoenix Tuesday to discuss how the “disastrous” tax cuts approved by Congress last year are impacting working families and talk trash about President Trump’s proposed budget.
But Pelosi’s hypocritical comments were apparently too much for one heckler, who called the wealthy career politician out for her duplicity at the Arizona Center for Economic Progress.
Despite the media hysteria over President Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigrants since taking office, data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security shows the actual number deportations lag far behind Obama era figures.
Data shows U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed fewer illegal immigrants in fiscal year 2017 than during any of the previous 13 years – which stretches through Obama’s entire presidency and into the last five years of the George W. Bush administration..
In fiscal year 2016, ICE removed 240,255 people from the country — a rate of more than 20,000 people per month. In fiscal year 2012 — the peak year for deportations under Obama — the agency removed an average of roughly 34,000 people per month.
From Feb. 1 to June 30, 2017, ICE officials removed 84,473 people — a rate of roughly 16,900 people per month.
California U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, recently explained how the Obama administration’s inaction in cyberspace emboldened Russian hackers to target the 2016 election.
The anti-Trump Democrat was discussing national security and global challenges at a Council on Foreign Relations event last week when he placed the blame for Russian meddling in the 2016 election on Obama’s weak response to previous cyber attacks.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign ignored battleground states such as Wisconsin and Michigan until it was too late, and now her advisors are claiming money Russian agents are alleged to have spent on Facebook “may have tilted the election” in those states.
John Podesta, the bitter former campaign chairman, appeared on CBS “Face the Nation” today and said activities by Russians may have defeated Hillary.
Mad Maxine Waters is accusing this blog of being a bot, but is providing no evidence to back up her smear.
The Disgrace of California — who faces stiff competition from Nancy Pelosi, Kalama Harris, Jerry Brown and Barbara Lee — took to Twitter to accuse this site, which has been cited by the Drudge Report, the Washington Post, Fox News and many others, of being a bot.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi isn’t wasting time politicizing the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida this week, using the deaths of 17 innocent students and staff to call for new laws to limit the rights of gun owners.
Pelosi placed the blame for the shooting – the deadliest school shooting since a gunman massacred dozens at a Connecticut elementary school in 2012 – on Republicans for protecting gun rights, ignoring the reality that she neglected to take up the issue as Speaker of the House during Obama’s first term, when Democrats maintained total control.
.@SpeakerRyan, there are any number of ways we could anticipate & prevent gun violence. There is no doubt in my mind that if legislation to expand background checks came to a vote, it would pass with bipartisan support. #EnoughIsEnough
As the House Minority Leader — and prospective next Speaker of the House if Democrats win the majority in November — addressed reporters today, she contradicted herself, suffered face spasms, repeated words and was seen muttering and trailing off as she attempted to give a bold rebuke of President Trump.