“We all make mistakes. I made a mistake when I was a young man … and it’s always been an albatross around my neck … in joining the Ku Klux Klan.” – Sen. Harry Byrd (D-W VA)
For months, Democrats have been calling President-Elect Donald Trump a racist, and have now levelled that charge against his appointees Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), and Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn and referred to Steve Bannon as a white supremacist. High school and university students are being fed the same garbage. Continue reading →
When candidate Donald Trump talked about the system being rigged, he was referring to the politicization of the Justice Department, various factions of the establishment, and state antiquated voter ID mechanisms, but it was his charges of a dishonest partisan media that was in the forefront. Continue reading →
Have you noticed that all of the anti-Donald Trump demonstrations and riots seem to be in liberal Democrat strongholds – New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, California and Portland, Oregon?
Kinda reminds you of the race demonstrations in the Democrat cities of Ferguson, Baltimore, and New York City, doesn’t it?
It’s right out of the Democrat playbook – Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals.
Do you think for one moment that we would have seen demonstrations like these if Hillary Clinton had been elected president? No. Conservatives don’t disgrace themselves or their country in this manner.
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As Election Day neared, did you notice how the media was obsessed with the need for unity in the country to heal a divided nation? The gall; after they were directly responsible for causing that divide by the negative coverage of Donald Trump’s campaign, while ignoring the activities of Hillary Clinton, the most corrupt person to seek the presidency.*Continue reading →
“Hillary has worked very long and hard over a long period of time, and we owe her a debt of gratitude for her service to our country.” – President-Elect Donald Trump
I have to hand it to Donald Trump, who has repeatedly said that he is not a politician, but managed to fill that role nicely during his victory speech with his kind remarks toward Hillary Clinton.Continue reading →
“I think this is going to be the most important election our country has ever had. Certainly in the modern era. If we don’t get it right … if we go another four or eight years with the insanity and the stupidity of these leaders (Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton), I’m not sure you’re going to be able to turn it around … I think it could be over. We can’t allow this opportunity to slip away.” – Donald Trump
“This election in many ways will determine what kind of country we will have,” said Hillary Clinton. If she is elected, you will soon not recognize this country of ours. Continue reading →