Bernie Sanders Says Trump Is A ‘Corporate Socialist’…

Really?

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Biden: “The First Thing I Would Do” Is Raise Taxes

Good to know.

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MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: Democrats Have “Discarded,” “Looked Down” On Working People

Moment of clarity.

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Dem Rep. Connolly On Impeachment: “I Think We’re Getting Awfully Close”…

Sure you are.

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Black Comedian Cancels Atlanta Show, Calls Georgia Abortion Law “New Slavery”…

Just a tad over the top.

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New Denver City Council Member Calls For ‘Communal Ownership’ Of Land, Labor And Resources ‘By Any Means Necessary’

Sure sounds like communism.

Via Daily Wire:

Newly elected far-left Denver City Council member Candi CdeBaca has stated that she is “excited to usher” in communism “by any means necessary.”

CdeBaca, who won in an upset runoff election earlier this month, said in late March during a candidate forum for City Council District 9:

I don’t believe our current economic system actually works. Um, capitalism by design is extractive and in order to generate profit in a capitalist system, something has to be exploited, that’s land, labor or resources.

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Teen Vogue Tells Teenagers That ‘Sex Work’ Is ‘Real Work’

Teen Vogue is a vile publication that no parent should be getting for their teens. Here’s an example, but far from the first one.

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Bill Cosby’s Father’s Day Message Is Cringeworthy

First OJ Simpson, now Bill Cosby. Maybe just sit these ones out?

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Mexico Increases Immigration Enforcement In South, Intercepting 4 Trucks With Nearly 800 Migrants

Fear of the tariff is finally getting some real enforcement.

Via ABC:

Mexican authorities increased immigration enforcement along well-traveled routes for migrants in southern Mexico over the weekend, checking identifications, pulling migrants off public transport and intercepting four trucks packed with nearly 800 migrants.

The National Migration Institute said 1,000 immigration agents had been deployed in the north and south of Mexico. The deployment comes as Mexico faces heightened pressure from the U.S. to reduce the surge of mostly Central American migrants through its territory. Mexico plans to position 6,000 National Guard troops by Tuesday to its southern border with Guatemala.

The Associated Press saw nearly 10 armed soldiers at a checkpoint near Ciudad Cuauhtémoc, in Chiapas state, wearing black armbands to indicate they are part of the National Guard. The soldiers stopped vehicles while immigration officials checked identification and removed passengers without documents. At another checkpoint just north of Comitán in Chiapas, more than a dozen apparent National Guardsmen drove around backroads in the rain and dark, looking for migrants and human smugglers.

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Trump Uses Ocasio-Cortez’s Own Words To Blast Dems And Impeachment And She Absolutely Flips Out

She’s really not good at this.

Via Twitchy:

As Twitchy told you Sunday, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on ABC babbling about the 2020 election, the Hyde amendment, and of course, impeaching Trump. Interestingly enough, she accidentally gave away the real reason Democrats want him impeached, and that’s because they know they can’t beat him next year.

AOC admitted as much, so of course, Trump had to tweet about it.

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2020 Dem Sen. Amy Klobuchar Calls For “Impeachment Proceedings Beginning Now”…

CAMEROTA: “So, you would support an impeachment proceeding beginning now?”
KLOBUCHAR: “I would support an impeachment proceeding beginning now, but I also understand that they may be wanting to be do investigations leading up to it and I think they should be given the time to do that.”

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Pelosi: Congress Does Not Have ‘Shared Values’ With Trump…

Not a bad thing.

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Gillibrand: Government-Run Healthcare Would Mandate Taxpayer Funds Pay For Abortion…

No thanks.

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Budweiser Ad: For The Fathers Who Stepped Up

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‘Sing Hallelujah To The Lord’ Has Become The Unofficial Anthem Of The Hong Kong Anti-Extradition Protest Movement

Police don’t know how to respond to it.

Via Shanghaiist:

A hymn sung by Christian groups participating in the ongoing anti-extradition protests in Hong Kong has caught on and become the quasi anthem of the movement.

Composed in 1974, the song is sung in a minor key, and notable for its simplicity and catchiness due to its repeated harmonies of just one phrase.

Alarmed by reports of police brutality, many church groups galvanized to participate in peace protests, calling on the authorities to stop the violence.

Their presence on the front lines of the protests were helpful in making the demonstrations look more like an outdoor worship service rather than the “organized riots” the government said it had to crack down on to bring back law and order.

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Dem Political Analyst Says Rise Of Elizabeth Warren Is ‘Bad News For The Democratic Party,’ Left Has Meltdown

Dems are going to drive over the cliff again.

Via Twitchy:

Political analyst Doug Schoen wrote an editorial for The Hill laying out why Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s rise in the primary polls spells bad news for Democrats.

Here is part of his reasoning.

Simply put, this recent momentum from Warren spells bad news for the Democratic Party. The lawmaker from Massachusetts has centered her run around liberal big government policies that once only appealed to the left most fringes of the party. To be sure, her jump in the polls is indicative of how far left the party has moved and suggests that the party will nominate a radical candidate who is unpalatable to independents and moderates, two groups essential to beating Donald Trump in the general election.

But, you see, Schoen isn’t allowed to have an opinion because he goes on Fox News.

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Record Number Of African Migrants Coming To Mexican Border

They aren’t asylum seekers when they go through multiple different countries and across an ocean.

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Undaunted by a dangerous journey over thousands of miles, people fleeing economic hardship and human rights abuses in African countries are coming to the U.S.-Mexico border in unprecedented numbers, surprising Border Patrol agents more accustomed to Spanish-speaking migrants.

Officials in Texas and even Maine are scrambling to absorb the sharp increase in African migrants. They are coming to America after flying across the Atlantic Ocean to South America and then embarking on an often harrowing overland journey.

In one recent week, agents in the Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector stopped more than 500 African migrants found walking in separate groups along the arid land after splashing across the Rio Grande, children in tow.

That is more than double the total of 211 African migrants who were detained by the Border Patrol along the entire 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) U.S.-Mexico border in the 2018 fiscal year.

“We are continuing to see a rise in apprehensions of immigrants from countries not normally encountered in our area,” said Raul Ortiz, head of the U.S. Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector.

The immigrants in Texas were mostly from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Angola. Cameroonians have also been traveling up through Mexico and into the U.S. in larger numbers and seeking asylum at ports of entry.

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NARAL Wishes ‘Happy Fathers Day’ To ‘Pro-Choice Dads’

Wait, what?

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Ocasio-Cortez: Biden’s Answers on Touching Haven’t ‘Convinced All Women’

Knucklehead.

Via Free Beacon:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Sunday questioned the Democratic old guard’s credibility on gender issues, citing former President Bill Clinton and former Vice President Joe Biden.

On ABC’s This Week, the freshman Democrat took issue with Clinton getting a “pass” on his sexual misconduct and Biden causing women “discomfort” with how he touched them. She told anchor Jonathan Karl that Biden not being suspected of serious sexual misconduct doesn’t mean he’s “sufficiently answered” accusations from women of inappropriate touching.

“I think that is an issue where there is a struggle, I’ll be completely honest. I don’t think he has—I wouldn’t say it’s an incredibly severe—like I don’t think voters think that he’s necessarily guilty of sexual misconduct or anything like that,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “I do think that there may be some discomfort, especially seeing some clips this week and, you know the week before, telling a 13-year-old, telling her brothers to watch out for her, and I think there are some things with female voters that it’s just not quite locked down.”

She went on to talk about how there’s a “cultural evolution” going on in the United States and she doesn’t believe it’s about “being punitive” in these situations, prompting Karl to ask whether she believes Biden has conveyed his feelings about this yet.

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Bernie Sanders Refuses To Say If He Still Supports The Government Taking Over Major Industries

Of course he does.

Via Twitchy:

A candidate for a major party’s nomination for president of the United States of America is unsure whether the government should take over certain industries.

‘Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace asked Sen. Bernie Sanders about a quote of his from the 1970s in which he says he favors public ownership of utilities, banks and major industries.

Naturally, he obfuscated and refused to say he is against such a takeover.

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