They wanted violence but were disappointed that people supported the Constitution and who weren’t “white nationalists” didn’t comply with their hopes.
#NEW MONTAGE from me showing how @CNN and @MSNBC spent their mornings hyping fears that "white nationalists" and "extremists" would cause "violence" at #VirginiaRally for the #2A like in 2017 at Charlottesville #LobbyDay2020 pic.twitter.com/wR91mMPfmR
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) January 20, 2020
Watch: Black 2d A Supporter Has A Few Words For Media Who Characterized Gun Rights Rally As ‘Racist’
An attendee at the rally in Richmond Virginia dispels the media smears against rally-goers.
— A C Kittel (@ackittel) January 20, 2020
How people can take this woman seriously is beyond me.
The View Hag Joy Behar: America In Precarious Position Because People Support Trump’s ‘Racist Rhetoric’
BEHAR: “But we have to be vigilant because, you know, as Benjamin Franklin said, you have a republic if you can keep it. He didn’t say you have a republic, you know, forever, for eternity. It’s a work in progress at all times, and right now I think we’re in a very precarious position in the country and I think that people need to understand that. This is not a game.”
McCAIN: “I think people understand.”
BEHAR: “I’m not sure. I see people — I don’t know. I see people still supporting somebody who spews all this racist rhetoric.”
GOLDBERG: “That’s not new though.”
BEHAR: “I don’t like it.”
During his 11:00 a.m. ET hour show on Monday, MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin falsely and outrageously claimed that a gun rights rally taking place in Richmond, Virginia was being attended by “Armed militia, white nationalist groups from all over the country.” Despite having no evidence of such a claim, he repeated his assertion while introducing a report on the peaceful demonstration.
“This is the scene in Richmond. Armed militia, white nationalist groups from all over the country taking part on MLK day,” Melvin ranted as he teased an upcoming segment on the rally. He warned that the event was “Raising fears of a dangerous confrontation” in the capital of the commonwealth.
Yes, he’s serious.
CLINTON: “I bring you greetings from my wife who, according to ‘The Washington Post’ last week, has now been the most exonerated person in history. That’s a mixed bag. That means you’ve been falsely accused more than anybody.”
The students beg to differ.
BIDEN: “You all know that. Think about it. I think you underestimate yourselves a lot of times. I really do. I know it is part of who your U are and how different you are in terms of the commitment to what you do. The closest to you all are nurses. When you go out, you would much rather be in the classroom with your students. You know these walkouts are vital, not just to make sure you get paid or you get health care or school safety, although they are essential. Many times, you are walking out to make sure your students have greater resources. That they have the right books, classrooms, and things that will allow them to succeed. And all of the things, all of these things that become possible for our country when our children are given an even chance, and as Jill says, all the time, any country that out educates us will outcompete us. The children you work with, and this is not hyperbole, are the most valuable resource The Nation has. I know we say that, we say it all the time.”
At least they didn’t say “everyone” and give them all a participation trophy. They limited the stupid to two.
Via Daily Caller:
Reporters mocked the New York Times after they endorsed two Democrats as the party’s best choice for president Sunday.
The NYT editorial board picked both Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota to endorse in a “break with convention.” Reporters from various outlets made fun of the decision, calling out the publication for being unable to choose a single candidate to endorse.
“BREAKING: The New York Times picks both the Chiefs and the 49ers to win the Super Bowl,” commentator Ben Shapiro tweeted Sunday following the endorsement announcement.
Add that to the new bail law, and NYC has become a very unsafe place to be.
Via Daily Caller:
The New York City Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA), a police union representing the city’s active and retired sergeants, blamed Mayor Bill de Blasio for the death of a 92-year-old woman.
A 92-year-old woman, Maria Fuentes, was sexually assaulted and murdered on the streets of NYC earlier in January. The man suspected of killing her, Reeaz Khan, is an illegal alien who had been arrested by the New York Police Department in November 2019, but was released and never handed over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) because of the city’s strict sanctuary policy.
He forgot the hack part, because he’s that too. He traded his “conservatism” for TDS and has been defending the liberal point of view for quite some time and not just on this.
Via The Hill:
Former “Weekly Standard” founder Bill Kristol defended CNN’s congressional reporter Manu Raju on Friday, with Kristol stating that “if it’s liberal to hold public officials in our liberal democracy accountable for doing their job” then he guesses “he’s liberal.”
The commentary from Kristol comes one day after Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), after being asked by Raju whether she wanted new evidence against President Trump to be considered as part of his impeachment trial, refused to answer the question while calling him a “liberal hack.”
Kristol, a staunch online critic of Trump going back to the early days of his candidacy, criticized McSally for taking “high fives” from conservatives over the encounter.
Puerto Rico Fires Two More Officials After Hurricane Maria Aid Found Unused Amid Current Earthquake Aftermath
Democrats went crazy blaming Trump when the feds delivered ample supplies but the local folks shanghaied the aid.
Via Fox News:
The pallets of bedding, food and medical supplies sat wrapped in plastic and unused in a warehouse for more than two years while Puerto Ricans suffered through the aftermath of a devastating hurricane and, recently, an earthquake. Now their discovery has triggered a political firestorm.
On Sunday, Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez fired two more officials in the most recent development since anger broke out over a viral video showing unused emergency supplies – allegedly left-over aid from Hurricane Maria – sitting in a warehouse in the southern coastal city of Ponce.
“There are thousands of people who made sacrifices to bring aid to the south and it’s unforgivable that resources have been kept in a warehouse,” the governor’s initial statement said.
In Ponce, thousands remain in shelters since a 6.4 magnitude quake struck the island two weeks ago.
Moonbat Actor John Cusack At Sanders Rally: ‘We Have 10 To 12 Years’ To Save The Planet From Capitalism
Says the guy who’s a multimillionaire thanks to capitalism.
CUSACK: “The billionaires are getting nervous and all the corporate media is — they hate us, they don’t hate us, they’re confused. And it seems like every conceivable power structure on earth is trying to kill or derail our movement, but we’re still here.
“We know this form of capitalism takes and takes; it takes whatever, whenever, however it wants. It’ll take our lives, it’ll take our labor, our spirit, our air and water, even our earth.
“And Bernie respects us enough to tell the truth, the hard truth: We have a ten to twelve year window to radically transform our energy systems, or climate change, predatory capitalism, and endless war economies will rob us of the right to any future at all.
The U.S. Navy is set to announce Monday that a future aircraft carrier will be the first named in honor of an African American.
The ship will be named in honor of Doris Miller, who was serving as a ship’s cook during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly said in a statement Sunday. The announcement is timed to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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This will be the second ship named in honor of Miller for his actions during the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. When the attack from the Japanese began, Miller was collecting laundry on the West Virginia battleship. Miller headed to his battle station, but found it destroyed by torpedo damage. Miller helped move injured sailors to safety before he was ordered to help the captain of the ship, who was mortally wounded.
After that, Miller manned an anti-aircraft machine gun, a weapon he had not been trained to operate, until it was out of ammunition.
Pelosi has sold her soul forever.
Via Daily Wire:
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) mocked House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Sunday over her repeated insistence that President Donald Trump will be “impeached forever,” saying that by the time the Senate is done with the trial, Trump will be “acquitted forever of these bogus charges.”
“Real quick, how likely is it that we see a motion to dismiss in the first – after the first 48 hours, after you actually look at those articles?” Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo asked Cruz on “Sunday Morning Futures.”
“You know, I don’t think it is that likely,” Cruz responded. “And the reason is, I think dismissing this case is a much less attractive option than rendering final judgment and acquitting the president.”