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Ohio Democrats Demonstrate Why Pleasing a Liberal is Impossible!

A liberal is someone who tolerates many things above and beyond the norm. However, today’s Democrats are among THE most intolerant people in all of America. What’s happening in Ohio is further evidence of why today’s Democrats are intolerant socialists who can’t be satisfied with anything that doesn’t fit into their socialist agenda. First, let’s go back a few years ...

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Democrats Are Terrified Bernie Sanders Could Win The Nomination

Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s Democrat primary with just over one-quarter of the vote. He has fewer delegates than Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. So why are many center-left Democrats worried that the self-described democratic socialist is the favorite to win the nomination? Because right now, there are too many candidates in the party’s center lane ...

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Bernie Sanders Says He Will Reveal the Truth About UFOs of Elected!

Bernie Sander has made many “pie in the sky,” campaign promises over the years, but this must be the most grandiose of all. In a recent interview, the self-described “democratic socialist” from Vermont promised to reveal any government secrets about Area 51 and UFOs, if he is elected president! Podcast host Joe Rogan asked the senator from Vermont in the ...

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Was Impeachment by Democrats Really Attempted Assassination of Trump?

As expected, the Republican-led Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump of the 2 impeachment charges brought to them by the Democratic-led House. Since the removal of a president via impeachment requires a two-thirds majority vote in the Senate, the outcome of the trial was pretty much a foregone conclusion. On the obstruction of justice charge, the vote was 53-47, ...

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Warren Losing Minority Staffers Due to “Toxic Work Environment”

It would appear that 2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren is having some staffing issues of her own. The once self-described Native American blames the departure of a half dozen African American campaign workers on racism and oppression in Nevada, rather than her own incompetence. The sudden departure of her staff after her dreadful performance in the Iowa caucuses may be a ...

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Jay-Z Explains Sitting During National Anthem at Super Bowl LIV

Jay-Z has a message for all those who believed he and his wife Beyoncé were engaging in a silent protest at this year’s Super Bowl: “It actually wasn’t. Sorry.” The couple received some criticism after TMZ posted a video showing them and their 8-year-old daughter Blue Ivy sitting while Demi Lovato performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Super Bowl LIV. On ...

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New Gallup Poll Has President Surging to Highest Approval Yet

The debacle of the impeachment hoax, combined with the disaster of the Iowa caucuses has convinced many Americans that President Trump is the real deal in preserving America’s values for the future. In a stunning new Gallup Poll, the President is enjoying his best approval numbers since he was nominated back in 2016. Ironically impeachment of the President by desperate ...

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Kentucky Dems Example of Danger if Dems Win 2020 Elections

In 2019, three states held gubernatorial elections – Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi. In Mississippi, Republican Gov. Phil Bryant had reached his term limit, but fortunately for the state’s residents, Republican Tate Reeves won the election. In Louisiana, Democrat John Bel Edwards won re-election. In Kentucky, the governor’s race was an ugly and bitter one, filled with lies perpetrated by Democrats. ...

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Will Seniors be Able to Survive a 2020 Democratic Victory?

Democrats running in the 2020 elections, both federal and state, are using an age-old ploy of promising everything possible to voters in hopes that they will be gullible enough to believe them. Over the centuries, this lying ploy has worked far too many times and each time it works, the voters who fell for the bait are the ones who ...

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