PolitiFact caught red-handed. Trump said basically the same thing about black teenage unemployment that Bernie Sanders said a year earlier, but when Bernie said it they rated it “Mostly True” and when Trump said they rated it “Mostly False.”
Trump throws Tulsa officer under the bus. Speaking to a black church in Cleveland, this is what he had to say about the shooting of Terence Crutcher:
“That man was hands up. That man went to the car, hands up. To me, it looked like he did everything you’re supposed to do. He looked like a really good man. This young officer, I don’t know what she was thinking. I am very, very troubled by that. And we have to be very careful… Did she get scared? Was she choking? People that do that can’t be doing what they are doing.”
Just like Hillary: Kerry making money off SoS position too. Kerry’s daughter, Vanessa, has been given $9.4 million in no-bid contracts by the State Department, $2 million when he was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the rest since he became Secretary of State.
Guess who members of the military want for president. No, it’s not Donald Trump.
U.S. national debt more than all world’s cash, gold, silver, and bitcoin combined. And that’s not even counting the unfunded liabilities which amount to even more than the official national debt.
“Menstruphobia?” That’s when ignorant people (like us) don’t recognize that a trans man is a man even though the body she was born with is menstruating. Which is why “Brown University’s student body president will be hand-delivering menstrual products” to all the men’s rooms on campus.
Remember how they reassured us that gay marriage was not a slippery slope? In Oklahoma, a woman married her daughter. She says she didn’t think there was anything wrong with that.
Hillary almost never gives unscripted interviews and when she does… she wears a Bluetooth earpiece so handlers can feed her the correct answers. Like she did last night on NBC.
Cal State eggheads ponder racism and arrive at solution: segregated housing for black students. (That weird sound you hear is Martin Luther King spinning in his grave.)
Reuters cuts camera feed as Trump receives praise from black clergyman. Doesn’t fit the narrative the media wants us to see.
Hours after Ambassador Stevens was confirmed dead in Libya… Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had already forgotten his name.
“Can I cross or not?”
“What in the bloody hell does that mean?”
“When the light went green I saw the two female symbols and I thought, ‘Oh right, so my missus can cross with my little girl but what do me and the boy do?’”
Daily Mail retracts story about Melania Trump being an escort. The retraction came hours after she sued them for $150 million, suggesting they knew the story was bogus and were just seeing what they could get away with.
14 people arrested in $16 million food stamp fraud. Take a look at the names: 10 of the 14 are Muslim. From the link: “…it makes me wonder if they have training programs abroad in how to buy convenience stores in the US and rip off the dumb (infidel) Americans!”
“The point of departure for this course is based on the scientific premise that human induced climate change is valid and occurring. We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change… Opening up a debate that 98% of climate scientists unequivocally agree to be a non-debate would detract from the central concerns of environment and health addressed in this course. If you believe this premise to be an issue for you, we respectfully ask that you do not take this course…”
PBS cuts criticism of Hillary Clinton from Jill Stein interview. The left gets a taste of what conservatives experience on a daily basis.
One week after Dr. Drew questioned Hillary’s health… HLN announces that his show has been cancelled. Probably just a coincidence.
Most of Hillary’s meetings as Secretary of State were with Clinton Foundation donors. Guess she didn’t have time for non-bribe-paying peons.
“If you dance with the devil, then you haven’t got a clue, for you think you’ll change the devil, but the devil changes you.”
We’re from the government and we’re here to help. Louisiana residents have been doing an awesome job of helping themselves, including thousands of boat owners, dubbed the “Cajun Navy,” who took to their own craft to rescue neighbors. Now a state legislator wants to require training, certificates, and state permits for boat owners who want to rescue people during a natural disaster.