What Happened This Week in Washington

A Politically Incorrect Recap of this Week’s Politics: (9-25-20) And the Pick is In: Circuit Judge in the 7th U.S. Court of appeals Amy Coney Barrett is set to become President Trump’s pick to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Ruth Bader Ginsberg, igniting yet another gigantic temper tantrum from the left. The Melting Human Candlewax otherwise known as Nancy Pelosi threatens to impeach Trump…

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What Happened This Week in Washington

A Politically Incorrect Recap of this Week’s Politics: Freudian Kamala: The illustrious Mrs. Kamala Harris this week, speaking at a virtual roundtable event scheduled in Arizona, made quite the Freudian slip when she “accidentally” (yea, sure) said, “A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States,” she said. She quickly…

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They Scream Equality & Whisper Tyranny

Since George Floyd was killed on May 25th 2020, the United States has been under assault from citizens who make use of its water and electricity, of its provisions for free speech and demonstration, its welfare system and voting rights, its government-funded relief programs, its national parks and beaches, its infrastructure and office buildings, highways…

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Prosperity or Persecution? The Choice Between Trump’s Economy and Biden’s Mob

Prior to the global pandemic, the American economy was riding an unprecedented wave–the vanishing middle class reappeared in successful strides, Blacks and Hispanics experienced the lowest unemployment rate in recorded history, labor-force participation jumped by 4.6%, bottom wages were rising with ferocity from decades in the economic underbelly, and the average household income sat upon…

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The Failure of the Would-be “Woke Revolution”

The French philosopher Albert Camus once wrote: “Every revolutionary ends by becoming either an oppressor or a heretic. ” His point being, that every single revolution in the history of mankind may be considered a failure, in that it never respects its original limits–it, by its own blind inertia, becomes the very thing it seeks…

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Behind Obama’s Smile Sits a Galaxy of Lies

“Make sure you look at things and have the right people on it,” President Obama is quoted as saying to then Vice President Joe Biden, in the midst of the now illuminated criminal investigation into Michael Flynn. “I know nothing about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn,” Biden said on ABC’s “Good Morning America” when…

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“I’m frightened to tears,” she said. “I’m not going to walk there on my own, and it’s very upsetting. It’s very upsetting.” — the 92 year old woman savagely pushed down by Rashid Brimmage, a black man, in New York City.

CNN, of course, reports none of this. Here’s what they also refuse to report on: Rashid Brimmage has over 100 prior arrests. He’s a transit recidivist. He’s a level 2 sex offender. He was arrested as recently as March for punching a man at a pizza shop, for which he received only a desk appearance…

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