26 Jun

Obama: Get ‘the right people’ to investigate my opponents

If handwritten notes revealed that President Trump said that, I think you would be breaking in for some news.

But yesterday, Barack Obama and Joe Biden were implicated in a plot to sabotage and overthrow their successors, and the media didn’t bat an eye.

To recap: Obama and Biden illegally spied on their political opponents, using phony foreign dirt solicited by their political party, and Obama wanted “to know everything.” After they lost, they did everything in their (abuse of) power to propel the false collusion narrative and continue their sham investigations, with the “right people.”

Now new notes from Peter Stzrok reveal in early January 2017 Obama instructed his FBI to keep investigating the incoming national security adviser – when the case was supposed to be closed. This was while dozens of top officials – including Biden himself – unmasked Gen. Flynn to spy on his phone calls, which were then illegally leaked, before sending agents in to “get him to lie, so we can prosecute or get him fired.” The pretext was the Logan Act, an 18th century law never used to prosecute a single American. And it was Joe Biden who brought it up.

Falsely accuse your own former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency of being a Russian asset, find nothing, and then entrap him anyway?

It’s called “by the book” in the Obama-Biden White House. And still Obama lectures the rest of us about institutional norms and “basic regard for the rule of law.”

A lot has been revealed since the last time Joe Biden held a press conference 84 days ago. Now we know Biden’s intimate involvement in plotting against the incoming Trump administration in early January 2017. The last time he was asked he claimed he knew “nothing about” the political investigation into Gen. Flynn.

Will he change his story again?

Better ask him now before Biden’s memory fails him.

Liz Harrington

RNC National Spokesperson

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25 Jun

No vote, no debate: Senate Democrats emulate their left-wing mob

by Elizabeth HarringtonRNC National Spokesperson

Democrats shut down progress without even a debate. Just to keep the angry leftist mob they are beholden to happy.

Democrats claim they took a principled stand against Sen. Tim Scott’s (R., S.C.) police reform bill – which they opposed “before he even finished writing it.”

Chuck Schumer says there is a “desperate need for reform” – so much that Democrats sabotaged any hope of passing police reform this year, delaying congressional action for at least 6 months.

Democrats say it’s a “sham” to make lynching a federal hate crime, incentivize banning chokeholds, provide more de-escalation training, and launch two commissions to study inequality.

Nancy Pelosi reprehensibly laid down the marker yesterday, smearing the first Black man to ever serve in both chambers of Congress, as “trying to get away with murder, actually, the murder of George Floyd.” This after Democrats called Sen. Scott’s passionate efforts against inequality in policing a “token” approach.

It’s not about progress. It’s all about politics.

In the Democrat Party, to get ahead you have to block advancement for the American people. To get higher on Joe Biden’s list of women, Kamala Harris led the way to block a bill that includes reforms, such as more body cameras and more de-escalation training, supported by over 90% of Democrats.

Why? Because “she would have faced considerable backlash from activists.”

This is not a principled stand. It’s politics at a base-level that they think will help them in November. Americans see through it, and they see President Trump and Republicans are the only ones working towards solutions.

Bottom line: Democrats don’t want to deliver, they just want to divide.

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25 Jun

Appeals court orders judge to dismiss charges in Flynn case

By Just the News staff Last Updated: June 24, 2020 – 3:17p

A federal appeals court Wednesday ordered a judge to grant the Justice Department its request to drop charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

A three-judge panel on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, in a 2-1 ruling, said the department’s decision to abandon the case against Flynn settles the matter, despite Flynn having reached a deal with prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller’s office to plead guilty to making false statements in connection with a now-discredited FBI probe into whether the 2016 Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

Read the full article here at Just the News.

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16 Jun

First Lady Melania Trump honors the centennial of women’s right to vote with art contest for children

First Lady Melania Trump will honor the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment with an exhibit showcasing artwork by young Americans.

As we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, it’s important to include our children in the conversation so they can learn and understand the history behind the Women’s Suffrage Movement” said First Lady Melania Trump. “For decades, women leaders lobbied, marched, and protested for equality and their right to vote in the United States. It is my hope that this project will both support and expand the important conversations taking place on equality and the impact of peaceful protests, while encouraging children to engage in the history behind this consequential movement in their own home states.”

Titled Building the Movement: America’s Youth Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage, the exhibit will celebrate 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment. The WSCC is proud to work alongside the Office of the White House Curator and the Office of the First Lady as the official host of the Building the Movement exhibit.

Click here for the contest rules. The contest is for children in grades 3-12.

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11 Jun

#obamagate continues: FBI knew Steele’s Russia research connected to Clinton, Dems from earliest interactions

By John Solomon

Senate investigators seeking to obtain FBI notes, emails from summer 2016 detailing first interactions with Steele’s Russia research.

Notes and emails that have been kept so far from Senate investigators show the FBI knew from its earliest interactions with Christopher Steele in July 2016 that his Russia research project on Donald Trump was connected to Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.

The information, so far mentioned only glancingly and in footnotes of a Justice Department report, could provide the Senate Judiciary Committee with the most powerful evidence yet to confront witnesses about why the bureau concealed the political origins of Steele’s work from the FISA court.

Read the full article here.

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06 Jun

Joe Biden: 10 To 15% Of Americans ‘Are Just Not Very Good People’

Nothing like a presidential candidate that doesn’t like his fellow countrymen and women very much……

By  Tim Pearce Jun 5th, 2020

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said that up to 15% of Americans are “not very good people.”

Former Vice President Biden made the statement during an online forum with black supporters on Thursday. Biden was joined by actor Don Cheadle, who moderated a discussion on the death of George Floyd, police brutality, and racism, according to The New York Times.

Read the full article here.

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04 Jun

More violence is met with more silence

Photo of Italia Marie Kelly, killed by a protester at an Iowa rally

The White House • June 3, 2020

David Dorn, a retired St. Louis police captain, was shot and killed last night while trying to protect a local store from looters. Horrific video footage showed that he died in front of Lee’s Pawn & Jewelry on Martin Luther King Drive.

President Trump: “Our highest respect to the family of David Dorn”

It’s popular right now among many celebrities, Democrat politicians, and media personalities to excuse, ignore, and sometimes outright glorify the violence happening on our streets. To them, it isn’t real life—it’s a movie playing out in somebody else’s backyard.

The people who live in these communities don’t want violence. George Floyd’s own family, grieving the unjust death of their loved one, pleaded with protesters to be peaceful. “Don’t tear up your town. All of this is not necessary because if his own family and blood is not doing it, then why are you?” Floyd’s brother said.

“My brother wasn’t about that. My brother was about peace.”

Now is the time for all of us to listen. It is the stories from outside Washington, from American communities, that go untold amid the cable TV feuds and misleading headlines.
Here are just a few of those stories:

Innocent people getting hurt or killed should matter to everyone. So should the small businesses and neighborhoods that have been torched or looted by rioters.

The real pain being felt in these communities isn’t a distraction from injustice—it is injustice. President Trump shouldn’t be alone in condemning it. All politicians, including the mayors and governors turning a blind eye to violence, have a responsibility to protect every single person in their communities.

President Trump wants justice for every victim of rioting AND for every American who has suffered from racial cruelty. Oftentimes, these are the same victims. We need to stand up for them, not look on idly as their neighborhoods are destroyed by criminals.

Press Secretary: First Amendment doesn’t protect looting or violence

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03 Jun

Where is the media outrage on these deaths and shootings?

The White House • June 2, 2020

All Americans were rightly sickened by the brutal death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last week, President Trump says. “My administration is fully committed that, for George and his family, justice will be served. He will not have died in vain.”

Four days ago, another African-American man was killed, this time gunned down while standing outside the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Oakland, California.

Dave Patrick Underwood isn’t a household name. His death didn’t make nearly as many headlines. But his life mattered, too, and his murder should sicken every American.

Underwood was a law enforcement officer in the Federal Protective Service. He and a colleague were standing guard when the gunshots came, killing Underwood and sending his fellow officer to the hospital in critical condition. Oakland’s interim police chief says the shooting was most likely an attack that deliberately targeted uniformed officers.

All across America, violent domestic terrorists have exploited the real hurt and pain felt by thousands of peaceful protesters. The need to save innocent lives and protect our most vulnerable communities from these criminals should be obvious to every peace-loving citizen. Yet media talking heads and opportunistic politicians would rather keep exploiting fear instead of solving the problem and restoring order. That’s unacceptable.

“If a city or a state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents, then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them,” President Trump said in an address last night.

Ending domestic terrorism shouldn’t be a partisan issue that Democrats leave to Republicans. Neither should loudly supporting the thousands of decent, brave law enforcement officers who put themselves on the line every night to keep us safe.

Violence against police officers is an affront to everything America stands for. Stories about the assaults against them over the past week need to be told, even if corporate media executives decide that it isn’t the “right” narrative to push:

How does any of this help our nation heal from the tragedy in Minnesota?

It doesn’t. No American, from any community, should ever feel unsafe on our streets—and that includes those who risk their lives to protect us. The rule of law applies to everyone, from bad cops who abuse their power to violent rioters who attack the police.

President Trump wants justice for all, with no exceptions. The actions he announced last night will bring order to our streets and get us closer to making sure that happens.

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03 Jun

Biden’s record overshadows divisive speech

Steve Guest – RNC Rapid Response Director

No speech will hide Joe Biden’s nearly 5-decade long record of bigoted comments and policies that have disproportionately hurt the black community.

The speech Biden gave today in Philadelphia only serves to increase division in the country and it’s a reminder that Biden is incapable of rising to the moment.

As President Trump said yesterday, “America needs creation, not destruction, cooperation, not contempt, security, not anarchy, healing the hatred, justice, not chaos.”

Yet Biden’s record does not bring healing to our country:

·         In the 70s, Biden worried that de-segregation would cause his children to grow up “in a racial jungle.”

·         In the 80s, Biden boasted about receiving an award from George Wallace and said Delaware was on the South’s side in the Civil War.

·         In the 90s, Biden was on “the front line” of advocating for policies that led to mass incarceration and referred to black youths as “predators.”

·         In the 00’s Biden fanned racial tensions by saying Republicans were going to put African Americans “back in chains.”

·         And less than two weeks ago, Biden insinuated that black people couldn’t think for themselves when he said, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

Even fellow Democrats know that Biden was the “architect” of a “failed criminal justice system” and that he is “not the right person to fix it.”

Reminder: The contrast between President Trump and Biden could not be more clear. It took two days for Biden to call for an end to the violence while his campaign was in effect endorsing anarchy by paying the bail of rioters. In stark contrast, President Trump has made multiple comments in support of peaceful protesters and his campaign staffers are donating to help a Minneapolis firefighter rebuild his bar that was destroyed by rioters.

Bottom Line: President Trump is fully committed to the rule of law and for justice to be served for George Floyd and his family.

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22 May

Ballots Found In Nevada Trash Cans As Dems Sue To Eliminate Signature Verification

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