SCHUMER: ‘No presumption of innocence’ for Kavanaugh

September 25th, 2018
By Victor Skinner

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wants the public to understand that “there’s no presumption of innocence” for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, at least not among Democrats.

At a Capitol Hill press conference on Tuesday, Schumer responded to calls from Republicans not to rush to judgement against Kavanaugh, who has maintained his innocence against two highly suspect accusations of sexual misconduct from several decades ago.


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MYSTERY: Did ‘Creepy porn lawyer’ Michael Avenatti hide tweets after falling for online prank?

September 25th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

“Creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti has gone into Twitter hiding.

The attorney riding porn star Stormy Daniels to CNN stardom yesterday promised MSNBC, “As it relates to her particular allegations, we’re not going provide additional information beyond that which is contained within the e-mails that I exchanged with the Senate Judiciary Committee.”

He added, “I do not traffic in nonsense or rumor. I utilize facts and evidence, and this woman will prove to be credible, and she is believable, and we are hopeful that the committee will launch an FBI investigation forthwith.”

But now, his go-to platform for issuing cryptic threats and teases is protected from the prying eyes of the average public who make think he’s merely full of crap.

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CONFUSION: Obama says ‘fear mongering’ doesn’t work — after fear mongering

September 24th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

In recent days, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton both claimed President Trump and Republicans are trying to win the November midterms by scaring voters.

But in some back-handed way of offering hope, both are actually fear-mongering themselves.

While rallying Democrats for Pennsylvania candidates on Friday night, Obama went off the deep end, claiming Republicans want to leave the disabled and those in nursing homes “out in the cold.”

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15 MINUTES UP? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plays to small audience

September 23rd, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Next, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will call on President Trump to redistribute some of his crowds.

The socialist darling rallied a small audience on Saturday in a video she tweeted.

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Will Diamond and Silk’s ‘Dummycrats’ eclipse Michael Moore’s ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’?

September 23rd, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Michael Moore’s shotgun screed against President Trump and Republicans disappointed at the box office, according to Hollywood Reporter.

Unless traffic picks up, Fahrenheit 11/9  is headed for an eighth-place finish with only $3 million from 1,719 theaters (pre-release tracking had suggested at least $5 million-$6 million).

Moore’s movie blatantly implies Trump has had some sort of inappropriate relationship with his daughter, Ivanka.

The end of the movie is dedicated to comparing Trump to Adolf Hitler, and features the January false missile warning in Hawaii.

What did that have to do with anything? After all, it was a state Emergency Management Agency employee who “had a history of confusing drill and real-world events,” according to CNN.

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Obama snaps at young rally attendees: ‘I’m talking to you! You! Pay attention!’

September 22nd, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Barack Obama wasn’t happy those young whipper snappers apparently weren’t hanging on his every word (about himself) on Friday.

“I’m talking to you, young people!” he snapped, pointing his finger with a stern look at some kids attending his rally for Pennsylvania Democrats.

“You! Pay attention!” he lectured with the air of a disappointed parent.

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In July, Ford advisor teased ‘strategy will emerge — might ultimately defeat the nominee’

September 21st, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Back in July, the American Constitution Society held a conference call about the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, and a clip of it was released by the GOP on Thursday.

In the call, Democratic operative Ricki Seidman cautioned participants to stay tuned, despite the partisan makeup of the Senate seemingly being against them.

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TRAILER: Diamond and Silk skewer Pelosi, Waters in ‘Dummycrats’ coming October 15

September 21st, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Diamond and Silk are taking on the “Dummycrats” in a new movie being released nationwide on October 15 — as only they can.

In the documentary, which is being presented by The American Mirror, the hilarious pro-Trump duo visit Maxine Waters’ Los Angeles district where they talk to constituents, visit Waters’ local office and even her neighborhood.

Check out the official trailer:

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Pelosi demands Kavanaugh ‘submit to lie detector test’

September 20th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

The Democrats are desperate to block Judge Brett Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court, and they’re throwing out any roadblock they can possibly think of.

While speaking to reporters on Thursday, House Minority Leader demanded that Kavanaugh submit to a “lie detector test” to prove his innocence amid allegations he harassed a girl in high school.

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TN Dem Sen candidate: Politicians care too much ‘about what voters think today’

September 20th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Tennessee Democrat Senate candidate Phil Bredesen knows what’s best for you.

The former governor told a newspaper today that politicians in Washington, D.C. think too much about what the voters want.

So much for that dusty ole’ “Of the people, by the people, for the people” mantra.

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Dem Sen pops off on men: ‘Just shut up!’

September 18th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono apparently doesn’t care much for the opinions of men when it comes to sexual harassment.

Speaking to reporters today, the angry Hawaiian popped off, telling men to “just shut up.”

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Another Dem threatens Trump: CA Gov. Brown says ‘something’s gotta happen to this guy’

September 18th, 2018
By Kyle Olson

Elected Democrats continue to hope harm visits President Trump.

During an appearance on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell asked California Gov. Jerry Brown about the conflicting reports about the death toll during hurricanes last season in Puerto Rico.

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