0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T22:44:38-04:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is suggesting that everything Democrats put in the CARES Act relief bill was specific to the challenge we are faced with right now. She rejects the idea that Democrats had a "wishlist" of items they wanted to stuff in the bill. Many critics are calling it "pork."

GOP Spokeswoman, Elizabeth Harrington claims Pelosi has lied. Harrington wrote, "She used the crisis to try to jam through Green New Deal regs, liberal election laws, abortion $, govt diversity mandates, and pay comparisons of minorities & "their white counterparts."

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, CARES Act 17 568 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T16:23:09-04:00 CNN's Jim Acosta tried having a moment with President Donald Trump, but it didn't go all that well for the reporter's question. Acosta was asking him about things he said, and how he would address the public now. Trump's answer didn't change much at all and he basically doubled down on what he already said the first time.

Acosta tried, but didn't get too far. Trump said, "If you look at those individual statements, they're all true. 'Stay calm, it will go away' ... it will go away ... [that's] why people just don't want to listen to CNN anymore"

News & Politics Donald Trump, Jim Acosta, CNN 105 1354 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T14:56:53-04:00 Don't be suspicious, you might say! Here's a person dressed as a bush and sneaking out during quarantine. The video was recorded for humor, it's not serious, and the person is not being forced to stay in their home. They just wanted to give us some comic relief amid all the other stuff we're dealing with as a nation.

The video was featured on NY Post's Twitter page.

News & Politics quarantine 51 871 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T11:55:16-04:00 Presidential candidate Joe Biden made another big mistake. He suggested that the illness going around, that started in China, had came from the "Luhan province" which actually does not exist.

He meant to say Wuhan, not Luhan. It's important to get these places correct. Imagine Biden was giving orders to the military and told them to do an airstrike on "Luhan" and no one knew what he was talking about?

Geographic locations are important, sir.

News & Politics Joe Biden 22 853 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T11:48:41-04:00 MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian really did it. She asked Joe Biden about why people keep asking "where is Joe Biden?" That's when Biden goes off on a tangent about the Defense Production Act, something Trump is putting in place.

Biden didn't really address the question though. Where has he been? He hasn't been in the media that much since the country was pretty much put on lock-down with all the closures, etc.

The best part of this is that Vossoughian is from MSNBC and even they wanted to know about Joe Biden's whereabouts.

If a guy running for president is absent during a crisis, then what good of a president would he be?

Many Americans already know the answer to that!

News & Politics Joe Biden 92 834 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T11:39:52-04:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was on MSNBC and offered no regrets to the speed at which Congress acted on a relief bill after a short delay. The relief bill, as it unfolds, has turned out to have a lot of "pork" for bigger places and a little bit of trimmings in the shape of a measly $1,200 check for Americans.

Pelosi was accused of delaying the bill, as stated on Daily Caller, "Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi delayed the passage of the Senate’s coronavirus relief package on Wednesday, as the House was in session for nearly three minutes and then adjourned until Thursday."

After both parties agreed on terms, the bill was quickly signed by President Donald Trump.

Despite the country being in need of relief as many are forced to stay home from work, it's now being revealed just how much went to bigger companies and how little might be in the hands of the hardworking American citizens.

News & Politics Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi 12 740 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T10:05:04-04:00 Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is pleading with his residents and telling them exactly how to stay out of jail. It's very easy! He says just stay home and don't go out breaking the law. This will help keep everyone safe, the police safe, and when we're all out of quarantine, then we'll be good to go.

Think about it folks.

My grandparents were sent to war.

This generation is being asked to sit on the couch.

Can they get it right?

News & Politics Democrats 33 390 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-31T00:21:04-04:00 CEO Mike Lindell, of MyPillow, announces that he's donating 75% of his manufacturing force to create masks for healthcare purposes, such as nurses, doctors, and patients. He states in the video that he was currently producing up to 10,000 masks per day and would like to be doing 50,000 per day by Friday.

This is a big step in the right direction for a company like his to turn their production into something that's good for the country during the pandemic.

Hopefully more companies do something similar.

It should be noted that MyPillow and Mike Lindell have a fairly shady history. Everything from fines, lawsuits, and crack abuse.

Of course, all good deeds go unpunished, and there's already critics like Bill Kristol, who some say is one of the worst people on Twitter, who finds something wrong with what Lindell does or says.

Despite turning the majority of his manufacturing into something good for the country, people like Kristol are just terrible and can't help but run their mouth from the comfort of their home while donating how many masks? Oh, I don't think he's donating any. Is he? I doubt it.

For every good man out there, there lies a piece of trash, like Bill Kristol.


News & Politics MyPillow, Mike Lindell 78 467 2020-03-31 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T18:58:05-04:00 News & Politics 0 91 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T16:01:29-04:00 This is how fast and easy it's spreading across the nation and planet. This is why it's very important for us to practice increased hygiene and social distancing.

News & Politics 60 790 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T16:01:24-04:00 Steve Hilton is now accusing show host Rachel Maddow of distributing "misinformation night after night." Hilton is referring the the Navy hospital ship that Maddow suggested would not "arrive to help for weeks," but that hospital ship arrived in NYC today - about ten days after Maddow's comment.

Ten days is not a "few weeks."

Many agree with Hilton's statement about Maddow and her potentially misleading information that has given her the reputation of a partisan leftist hack with many Americans who are sick of the political partisanship practiced by mainstream media.

News & Politics Rachel Maddow, Steve Hilton 45 798 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T15:33:08-04:00 Rachel Maddow said back on March 20 that President Donald Trump's hospital Navy ship probably wouldn't be around for weeks. Maddow suggested there is "no sign" of the ships getting there on time, or for a few weeks. Maddow was proven wrong as the USNS Comfort hospital ship arrived in New York TODAY, just ten days after Trump was speaking of it and Maddow was criticizing it.

Maddow said weeks. Trump delivered in one week and three days.

Even Governor Cuomo and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio are talking about it.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday the ship's arrival means his city is "going to be able to do the life-saving work right now,” as “750 beds will be put into play immediately to relieve the pressure on our hospital system.”

“If there is ever a time that we need to work together it is today," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo added. "The president is right – this is a war. And what does this nation do when it’s at war? It comes together and it acts as one.” (Fox News)

Rachel Maddow is well known as a leftist partisan media figure. She is constantly criticized and in this case, she was completely wrong, and her narrative was busted.

There is just simply no good thing about what she's doing on television. Her work appears to be harmful to the public, and at many times, pushing a narrative.

News & Politics Rachel Maddow, Donald trump 30 7472 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T15:33:00-04:00 MSNBC's Joe Scarborough commends President Donald Trump for making the right decision. It appears that Scarborough is talking about how Trump has extended the social distancing guidelines until April 30 to keep more people home and slow the spread of the illness that originated in China.

More media hosts would gain respect when they remind viewers that Trump IS doing a good job at times instead of only appearing to focus on drama and criticism.

American viewers appear to be losing respect for the mainstream media who has become such a partisan form of media that it often comes off as entertainment instead of the news.

In another major gaffe, we saw CBS use footage of a hospital in Italy during their segment on NYC. When things like this happen, people lose faith in reporters and networks.

News & Politics Donald Trump, Joe Scarborough 64 673 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T15:32:43-04:00 President Donald Trump refers to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a "sick puppy" after the remarks she made about him. Pelosi suggested that people were losing their lives because Trump 'fiddles' despite the fact that Trump has already signed a $2.2 trillion relief package, voted on by both parties.

It should be noted that Pelosi was accused of delaying the aid package as well. It took a few rounds of negotiations before both parties agreed on it.

Unfortunately, whoever made the video clip did not include more of it to see what else Trump said regarding Nancy Pelosi. If anyone has more of the video clip, please send it to us or post it in the comments so we can see more of the context. Thanks.

News & Politics Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi 126 1627 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T15:10:18-04:00 A man named Ian Chan posted a video on Twitter showing a drone deliver a roll of toilet paper. Chan wrote, "When you need that t.p. but Amazon is out, and you’re not supposed to leave your house; tech San Francisco doesn’t fail. Thank you @chenosaurus for the speedy cross city delivery- I owe you one."

Chan followed up his original message with this, "there’s lots of people out there (here in US and other countries) in not good spots. I’m taking it very seriously. But hopefully this dumb tweet added some brief humor / happiness into your timeline/day. Stay safe & healthy everyone."

And to this, we say THANK YOU IAN CHAN for giving us some much needed fun in our day.

Chan's original video is here, followed by the comments:

News & Politics funny videos 57 1625 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-30T14:30:35-04:00 President Donald Trump has extended the national social distancing guidelines. We will now be expected to distance ourselves until April 30, 2020, as the illness is expected to peak in mid-April. The social distancing will slow the spread and allow the curve to flatten. As always, keep washing your hands and don't congregate in large quantities.

News & Politics Donald Trump 79 271 2020-03-30 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T21:19:48-04:00 In what appears to be a sad reality in New York, Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo is reporting the theft of medical supplies and masks from hospitals.

Cuomo says he's requested the state police to conduct an investigation on the missing items, possibly even looking into marketplaces, or perhaps an online marketplace, to see if any of the stolen items are being placed on sale.

News & Politics Andrew Cuomo 40 1662 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T20:50:22-04:00 President Donald Trump stops a CNN reporter in his tracks and calls him out for taking his quote out of context. Trump waits while the reporter reads Trump's full quote, which places it back in full context, making the quote no big deal.

The reporter cut Trump's quote off very early, which made Trump seem self-centered. However, once the CNN reporter kept reading the full quote, it took away the false meaning that the reporter might have had people thinking.

This is Trump now calling a CNN reporter fake news to his face and says "that is why CNN is not trusted anymore. They are fake news." The reporter appears to say, "no we're not" and Trump says "yes, you are" - and that's where the video leaves off.

News & Politics Donald Trump, CNN 237 5368 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T17:17:46-04:00 News & Politics 0 80 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T17:15:14-04:00 GOP's Kevin McCarthy suggests that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is talking about a fourth relief package to address needs that were not met the first time around. According to McCarthy, she may want this "because she did not get in the things that she really wanted" Some of those items, according to Benny Johnson, is "To Change the Election Law - The Green New Deal - Make is pay for Planned Parenthood - Expand Sanctuary City Laws" but nothing is set in stone just yet.

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy 40 994 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T16:53:29-04:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is on CNN suggesting that Trump's State of the Union speech was an example of bipartisanship, but she was there ripping up his speech at the end. It was an act of defiance that gathered a lot of attention and even had some suggesting that she destroyed an official government document. However, nothing came of that and it's debatable if it was even considered an official document, or just a copy of it.

To top if off, Nancy Pelosi has been criticizing President Trump despite him signing off on the $2.2 trillion relief bill that includes money for places like the Kennedy Center.

When it comes to places like that, they just recently told musicians they were no longer getting paid after next week, despite being allocated $25 million in relief spending.

One of the biggest problems with Nancy Pelosi right now is that she might have a lack of self-awareness and she's been in government way too long.

It makes a really good case for term limits and preventing people from being career politicians.

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi 38 441 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T15:11:48-04:00 Republican Senator John Kennedy calls out Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi for wasting taxpayer money in the relief bill. Kennedy then says he will probably find more "people in powerful positions" who have wasted even more of the taxpayer's money with some nonsense they slipped in the relief bill.

To add to the Democrat's ability to spend taxpayer money, we have Kevin McCarthy reporting that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is considering a fourth relief aid package that will address more Democrat needs.

Democrats received millions of allocated relief aid for projects already, such as $25 million to the Kennedy center who has recently stated they will not be paying musicians after next week.

News & Politics John Kennedy, relief bill 62 1004 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T15:11:31-04:00 Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to place blame on President Donald Trump. She claims he downplayed the entire situation and "fiddles" while people lose their lives. She says, "As the President fiddles, people are dying. We just have to take every precaution."

This doesn't make much sense because Trump acted fairly quickly to sign the $2.2 trillion relief package, despite it containing millions for places like the Kennedy Center.

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi 95 613 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T15:11:11-04:00 Democrat Mayor, Bill de Blasio, once told New Yorkers to go about their business and not let some little disease get in their way. That turned out to be a really bad idea because NY is one of the most infected states.

Mayor de Blasio is suggesting that we look forward and not backwards - that's because his advice is basically the reason why New York is so affected.

News & Politics Bill de Blasio 133 1715 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-29T15:11:01-04:00 NBC's Chuck Todd asked a really bad question to Joe Biden about President Donald Trump. Joe Biden, a presidential candidate, actually pushed back and said the question was too harsh. Biden says Trump thinks out loud, but that's not where the focus should be. Biden wants the focus on making things right in the current situation we're dealing with that has so many of us sitting home and waiting for it to go away.

News & Politics Chuck Todd, Joe Biden 81 868 2020-03-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-28T19:48:56-04:00 Laura Ingraham goes on record to criticize WHO and the numbers they provided, which could have sparked a global panic among people worried about the illness coming from China.

Is Ingraham correct in her criticism or should we be as worried about this as WHO appears to suggest?

The situation in Italy is devastating. America now has the most cases. People everywhere are social distancing and trying to slow the spread. Schools, sports, and many other places of gathering are closed down.

The government just passed a trillion dollar relief bill.

All the signs that suggest we need to help slow the spread are there, but some people aren't buying it.

What's your view on it?

News & Politics Laura Ingraham 164 1580 2020-03-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-28T19:48:47-04:00 President Donald Trump is asked what he would say to the kids at home. Trump has a big message for the kids to sit back, relax, and wait it out. We're doing THIS for THEM.

Kids - you got social media and the Internet. More than we ever had back in the day. Enjoy your time off!

News & Politics Donald Trump 68 873 2020-03-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T17:58:03-04:00 Presidential candidate Joe Biden tells show host Jimmy Kimmel that he's wearing the Phillies hat because it helps him sleep with his wife. Nope, I am not kidding. Joe Biden is really talking about this in the video. No seriously, he is, and it's getting more strange by the day.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Jimmy Kimmel 20 1029 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T17:51:29-04:00 I was trying to think of a title for this video clip of Joe Biden talking about Pell grants, but I gave up. I honestly have no idea what Joe Biden is trying to say. Meanwhile, this is the top Democrat? Pardon me while I laugh my backside off, then put it back on, and laugh it off again.

The more Biden talks, the more I think we are doomed.

News & Politics Joe Biden 13 1707 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T17:39:58-04:00 This is Rep. Haley Stevens throwing an unhinged fit on the House floor. She's screaming and yelling, telling us we will see darkness. Well, hello darkness my old friend. Stevens reminds me of a high school teenager trying out for the lead role in a school play, and then not getting it.

She's yelling about the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill Trump has now officially signed.

News & Politics Haley Stevens 92 3245 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T17:27:32-04:00 President Donald Trump jokes around as he signs the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill. He said, "I've never signed anything with a 'T' on it... We can't chicken out at this point, can we? I don't think so."

Trump could have not signed anything that provided funding for the Kennedy Center to get millions. That money could have gone to families.

News & Politics Donald Trump 38 885 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T16:45:11-04:00 According to Dr. Fauci himself, he says President Donald Trump listens to his advice and stands with the science every single time. Fauci gives him advice on if something is a good or bad idea, and Fauci says he listens to it.

This is despite what Joe Biden is out there suggesting. Biden is saying that if he was president, he would be 100% behind the science. This is Biden's way of suggesting that Trump does not listen to science, without actually saying it.

News & Politics 108 1295 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T16:19:39-04:00 Podcasts 0 106 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-27T16:19:18-04:00 Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez complains about the stimulus bill put forward by the American government. She appears to be throwing a tantrum, and that's just putting it lightly. But she should mention that Democrats want the Kennedy Center to get $25 million when American families who are FORCED to stay home from work are getting about $1,200, plus $500 if they have a child.

Here's some of what she said:

"We have to go into this vote eyes wide open... What did the Senate majority fight for? One of the largest corporate bailouts, with as few strings as possible, in American history...

"Shameful! The greed of that fight is wrong, for crumbs, for our families, and the option that we have is to either let them suffer with nothing or to allow this greed and billions of dollars – which will be leveraged into trillions of dollars – to contribute to the largest income inequality gap in our future. There should be shame about what was fought for in this bill and the choices that we have to make!"

It's sad that the Kennedy Center, which is backed by generous wealthy donors, is getting that much money while YOU'RE getting an amount that won't even cover your rent or your kid's daycare for the month. And YOU'RE being forced to stay home.

Funny how it works now right?

If anyone out there thought the government cared about you, or they were an honest group of hardworking Americans, then think again.

News & Politics 37 9998 2020-03-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-26T17:05:59-04:00 Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to brag about the stimulus relief bill despite the fact that it includes MILLIONS for items that are not even remotely related to the issue at hand. For example, they want $25 million for the Kennedy Center! Why? What does that have to do with anything? They received millions in donations from very wealthy people in the past, so let them figure it out on their own.

There are millions of hard-working Americans being forced to stay home from work, so take care of the actual Americans out there, not some artsy building that is closed anyway.

Who cares if they employ 3,000 people? They have donors willing to put out money for them, but the average American isn't getting much at all.

Do you see what's wrong with the government now? They do not care about YOU.

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, Democrat Disgrace 48 4162 2020-03-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-26T17:01:01-04:00 Former Vice President Joe Biden is being accused of assaulting a woman in a very inappropriate way. Her name is Tara Reade and she is telling her story on video.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Tara Reade 140 2113 2020-03-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-26T17:00:30-04:00 Dr. Birx talks about the recent projections and what she says might make you feel better or worse about the current situation. Most people will feel better.

News & Politics Dr. Birx 123 1164 2020-03-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-26T17:00:16-04:00 Sec. Pompeo unloads on China for massive disinfo campaign and acting like they're the victims, instead of taking responsibility for their failures.

News & Politics Pompeo 86 473 2020-03-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-26T16:11:28-04:00 In today's version of "what in the world is Joe Biden talking about," we have a former vice president lecturing us on holding some truths, then telling us it "sounds corny, but it's real."

OK Joe Biden, whatever you say.

Someone come get their grandpa off the mic.

News & Politics Joe Biden 21 808 2020-03-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-25T18:55:36-04:00 President Donald Trump calls out the reporters at his presser, says they write fake news, and says it right to their face.

News & Politics Donald Trump, Fake News 24 1711 2020-03-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-25T18:55:28-04:00 Please tell me that Democrats aren't seriously trying to hand airlines millions of dollars in relief instead of passing it to the consumers who are forced to stay home at work. Please, please, please tell me this moonshine drinking, denture wearing, Chuck Schumer loving, daughter is mean, old term-limit needing House Speaker isn't seriously going there.

News & Politics 35 1517 2020-03-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-25T18:55:18-04:00 This is Joe Biden and it sounds like he's suggesting we take this tough time America is going through and use it to push the Green New Deal. Those who disagree might come at him in big numbers for taking advantage of Americans to push an agenda during a time like this.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Green New Deal 46 978 2020-03-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-25T11:52:55-04:00 Aging Joe Biden coughs into his hands and CNN's Jake Tapper needs to remind him to start coughing into his elbow instead. Nah, Joe Biden says it's OK because he's at home in his house.

Whatever, Joe.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Jake Tapper 22 1775 2020-03-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-25T01:16:36-04:00 This man and his significant other purchased all the meat from a store in Canada, then was basically bragging about it. Turns out they were receiving some not-so-very-nice threats and now he's apologizing for being a nimrod.

First of all, if you're gonna clear out all the meat in a store and hoard it while the rest of us can't even cook a steak, then don't go bragging about it or let anyone know. And second, if you're getting threatened about it, then I don't really care either. Oh well.

Turns out he might be donating some of it.

Yeah, that's exactly what you should do as your price to pay for being a major d-bag. Literally the least you could do, for being a greedy person.

"Everybody knows who I am, because I put myself out there, (now) I'm getting death threats and I don't answer the phone so I'm losing business. My own mother is ashamed of me."

Marcotte has a big heart and has used his Dan-Mel moving company to help others in the past, giving his moving services away free of charge to help those in need during the 2017 and 2018 wildfire seasons.

"Nobody remembers that now." Marcotte also donated $1,000 to the Lake Country Food Bank after the incident, which he says was grateful and supportive. He feels now that his life could be in danger and he worries his business could go under if people stop calling for his services. ...

"If me and my girlfriend had done this two months ago nobody would say a bloody word. We're getting crucified for buying two carts of meat. We might have gone overboard, but we didn't push people or laugh at anyone."  (Canada is Awesome) (Barstool Sports)

News & Politics Greed, Canada 93 2450 2020-03-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T23:13:05-04:00 Glenn Beck goes out on a limb to suggest that older Americans go back to work and keep the economy going, while younger folks stay home. Beck says, "I would rather die than kill the country" and he was criticized for it because he appears to work alone in a studio that resembles a dark cave - and not out in the community where he would be at risk of contracting the coronavirus.

Democrats lashed back at him pretty hard for his statement.

Many people in the middle believe we should just wait this out for another few weeks, and once we're all back in full swing, the economy will slowly pick up. If there's a relief bill that ever passes, once Democrats get their heads out of their "you know what" - then we will eventually be fine.

America is resilient and it's one of our best strengths.

The country is not going anywhere. We will be absolutely fine. I actually don't know why Beck is saying this stuff, especially when he can sit home and work. It's not like he's at the Dollar Tree bagging stuff for someone who's coughing up a coronavirus lung.

Here's some of the comments Beck received, with some of them being fairly vile in nature.

News & Politics Glenn Beck 63 708 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:37:39-04:00 Florida's Governor Ron DeSantis is trying to explain why he didn't follow what other states are and shut things down. Thanks to him, the public beaches were open and spring breakers, as dumb as they are, were busy drinking out of each other's rear ends and now they're going home with coronavirus.

Sure, no one told the spring breakers to go to the beach and participate in bodily exchanges in mass quantities, but if Gov. DeSantis closed the beaches to prevent gatherings, this could've been prevented.

At this point, Ron DeSantis doesn't look much better than Andrew Gillum if you ask me.

Gillum looks like a beached whale in his methed up hotel experience. DeSantis has people spreading coronavirus.

If you're like me, they're both awful.

News & Politics Ron DeSantis, Florida 63 1800 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:37:21-04:00 Yeah that makes total sense, said no one ever! Here is Ted Cruz absolutely rocking the Democrats on the House floor as he scolds them for trying to slip unrelated issues into the coronavirus relief bill. As quoted by Caleb Hull, Cruz said, "What the hell do the emissions standards on airplanes have to do with thousands of people dying and millions of people out of work in the Coronavirus epidemic?"

Great question, Ted! Here's your answer! IT HAS NOTHING to do with coronavirus or the relief needed. It's a completely disgusting thing for Democrats to try and tie to the bill.

This is the stuff that Democrat voters need to take a long hard look at.

First of all, why is ANYONE talking about airplane emissions standards when that's not even the main problem right now.

We need to save people, save the economy, save jobs. No one cares about airplane emissions right now. NO ONE but a Democrat trying to be greedy and put that in a relief bill.

Meanwhile, New York is getting hit HARD and the longer our government stalls, the worse we ALL are.

News & Politics Ted Cruz, Democrats 188 2859 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:27:57-04:00 Tucker Carlson goes full APE on Democrats as he accuses them of not caring about American lives and putting their 'wokeness' above our lives. Democrats were accused of placing unrelated items in the relief bill. GOP was accused of having too much money for corporations to disperse without transparency.

The whole thing is a mess that proves exactly why we need term limits and why someone needs to step in and remind Democrats that millions for an "arts" center has no reason being in a coronavirus bill.

Benny Johnson provided the quote, "TUCKER: "None of these people cared about you, they didn’t care about protecting public health or sharing accurate information, they cared about feeling virtuous. They put their wokeness above your life as they always do and always will"

News & Politics Tucker Carlson 259 1310 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:27:09-04:00 Here we go again with Rachel Maddow! This time she's being accused of pushing false info that claims Trump called the coronavirus a hoax, despite it being hit by fact checkers already and it being clarified that Trump was talking about the Democrats being a hoax.

As stated on Trump War Room's twitter page, "Why is Rachel @Maddow intentionally spreading disinformation? She falsely claimed President Trump called coronavirus a "hoax." He did not, and the lie has been debunked by 5 independent fact checkers. Will she apologize for lying to her viewers?"

Here is just one of the fact checks made.

News & Politics Rachel Maddow 10 3134 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:18:39-04:00 Joe Biden was on MSNBC asking why Donald Trump doesn't "just act like a president." Well, that's odd because why didn't Joe Biden just act like a Vice President when he was getting all touchy feely and too close to people in public. There's plenty of photos and videos to back it up!

Trump was elected because he is NOT like other presidents. People wanted something very different and they surely got it.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden can go sniff another unsuspecting person or maybe slip another kiss on a college grad. Captain Inappropriate himself shouldn't be talking like this about Trump.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Donald Trump 18 2436 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T17:18:32-04:00 Candidate Joe Biden gets weird again and makes a bizarre comment about President Donald Trump Biden said, “I just can't figure the guy. It's like, I don't know, it's like watching a yo-yo. I shouldn't have said it that way."

There's a lot of things Joe Biden shouldn't say or smell. But hey, Joe Biden is who he is and despite all that, he's the guy the Democrats seem to want as their top candidate.

I just can't figure out why.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Donald Trump 16 895 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T16:52:13-04:00 Joe Biden appeared on 'The View' on ABC and was asked about Trump wanting America to open back up and find a cure. Joe Biden gave the most bizarre answer and we're still scratching our heads to figure out what he's talking about.

Biden was asked, "Are you at all concerned, as President Trump said, we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself?"

Biden answered, "We have to take care of the cure that will make the problem worse no matter what."

And here we are wondering what planet this makes sense on.

Meanwhile, here's a Trump tweet for reference. You might get a kick out of this one.

News & Politics Joe Biden, Donald Trump 22 5208 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T16:45:09-04:00 CNN's Dana Bash asks Nancy Pelosi about the criticisms and issues she's having with being accused of throwing some unrelated items in the COVID-19 relief bill. Pelosi appears to deflect on it and just starts rambling on.

Did you ever notice that a lot of the politicians, when asked hard questions, just start rambling on about something and that is their answer? Despite the fact it does not even come close to answering the actual question.

Bash wants to know what Pelosi has to say about the things being slipped in the relief bill that are completely unrelated to the actual relief, but Nancy Pelosi just stammers on like she's talking to herself.

This is why we need term limits for every governmental position.

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, Dana Bash, relief bill 162 4618 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T15:31:23-04:00 Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch talked about the released pages that further proves how former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton abused her power. The 80-page documents include 11 new Clinton email documents. It is reported that Clinton sent an email a month after the Benghazi terrorist attack that referenced a "Benghazi security" issue.

Under the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, Clinton's government emails were all sent or received on her non-government system as reported by Judicial Watch. Fitton tweeted "FBI "finds" new Clinton classified and #Benghazi emails. This drip, drip game that the DOJ, FBI, and State are playing is a key reason a federal court authorized more discovery, including the sworn deposition of Hillary Clinton."

A lot of comments under the post echoed Clinton to be held responsible for her actions. 

News & Politics Benghazi, Hillary Clinton 15 1528 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T15:31:23-04:00 President Trump has taken way too much heat for implementing a travel ban from China in the wake of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak because it was so completely the right thing to do.

Health experts around the country have said so, and many in his Coronavirus Task Force believe that single act saved millions of Americans from getting sick.

But many in the Left-wing media and the Democrat Party -- one in the same, really -- have tried to turn the decision into something 'racist' and 'bigoted.'

The latest Democrat to try that is likely 2020 party candidate Joe Biden.

The president, in an interview with Fox News, dunked on Biden for calling his China travel ban "xenophobic," and it was a master slam.

"I made a decision to close off to China. That was weeks early and honestly, I took a lot of heat. Sleepy Joe Biden said it’s ‘Xenophobic’. I don’t know if he knows what that means, but that’s okay. He said it’s racist, what I did.”

News & Politics Donald Trump, Joe Biden 100 306 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T12:11:06-04:00 News & Politics Comedy 63 3975 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T11:10:40-04:00 When watching the news, you might have seen information on the bill presented by Democrats and Nancy Pelosi. It appears, according to this news clip, that "same day voter registration" was included. While some of the other items on the list will make sense in one economic way, or another, there is absolutely no reason for Democrats to want "same day voter registration" involved.

That has NOTHING to do with the economy. That has NOTHING to do with helping families in need. That is all about Democrats trying to scrounge up votes at the last minute.

This is a bill that should be serving the American people and helping to save lives and the economy, not add voters.

Shame on them for even adding this in. It's no better than the slush fund the GOP is accused of.

They need to take care of US first, then work on other bills to get the things THEY want later.

Time for both sides to put the PEOPLE first, because without us, they have nothing. Well, they have a six figure salary, but still - you know what I mean!

News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, relief bill, Democrats 80 921 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-24T00:12:56-04:00 Congress stalled again to come to an agreement on a relief plan for Americans. But don't worry! Nancy Pelosi has plenty of time to release a video supporting Obamacare on it's ten-year anniversary. Yeah, that same Obamacare that many of us think is worthless. That same Obamacare that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez complained about when she had too many choices she could afford with her $174,000 salary.

Yep, same Obamacare that was probably 3 times the amount my insurance was before it happened. I was happy with my previous plan as it was cheaper and provided good coverage.

Obamacare was more expensive with less coverage. Go figure, once the government gets involved, they take your money, especially if it's ran by Democrats.

Either way, I 100% do not support anything about the Affordable Care Act because it is not affordable and they don't care.

But hey, Nancy Pelosi is here to flop her dentures around in a 5 minute video about it. Obama posted a video too, but this one by Nancy is plenty. Don't need to hurt my eyes twice on it, ya know.

Guess what the response to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was?

Well, well, well... take a look!


News & Politics Nancy Pelosi, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare 333 1289 2020-03-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T16:14:05-04:00 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took Democrats to task Monday after members voted in unison to reject a massive relief bill.

Mind you, the measure spends a LOT of money and adds a LOT to our national debt, which Republicans generally oppose.

But as McConnell (R-Ky.) said, it's legislation that has to be passed and now because Americans are suffering economically as business closures grow and uncertainty is causing the stock market to tank.

"The American people expect us to act. If we fail, it will be because Senate Democrats are continuing to dither while the country expects bold, bipartisan action," McConnell tweeted.

Democrats, he says, are delaying the bill for purely partisan reasons. Now, we know that Republicans tend to do that too from time to time, and McConnell even admitted it.

But right now, with the economy tanking, many Americans want Congress to step up and get something done, not bicker and posture for 'their side.'

News & Politics Mitch McConnell, Democrats, coronavirus 299 965 2020-03-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T16:11:31-04:00 Kennedy unloads on all of Congress and demands the bill is passed. He suggests that Congress and the government are letting us, the American people, down right now by not doing it. Kennedy says he's been around politics his whole life, so he's got a lot of experience. He wants the relief bill passed as soon as possible. His Democrat opponents don't seem willing to budge at the moment.

News & Politics 257 1603 2020-03-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T16:11:14-04:00 Republican Senator Kennedy has had enough of the nonsense when it comes to figuring out the relief spending package. He said, "do you know what the American people are thinking right now? They're thinking that the brain is an amazing organ. It starts working in a mother's womb, and it doesn't stop working until you get elected to Congress."

Congress needs to figure this out NOW. Put their partisan beliefs aside for a day, take care of WE THE PEOPLE, and then go back to their nonsense.

Our government is letting us down right now and they better ALL get their act together. Especially the Democrats.

News & Politics Kennedy, Congress, coronavirus 64 1251 2020-03-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T16:10:57-04:00 Senator Susan Collins grabbed the mic and said, "The Democratic leader objected to my even being able to speak this morning? Is that what we’ve come to... We don’t have another day. We don’t have another hour..."

Democrats and Republicans were unable to agree on a relief spending package yesterday. They're at it again today, trying to get it passed, but both sides are butting heads over what goes in and what stays out.

One way to solve this all is to put direct deposits out to Americans to keep them going while they are forced to stay home from work, then let Congress figure out the rest of the major details later.

News & Politics 170 1432 2020-03-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T12:10:04-04:00 Here's Joe Biden giving a speech on the crazy stuff we're going through and I seriously think he just lost track of the teleprompter. Watch his mannerisms as he's speaking. OK this tells me two things. 1) why does he need a teleprompter? Shouldn't he be prepared for something like this? It's not like he's doing literally anything else since we're all basically shut in at home. And 2) this is who Democrats want? A guy who is three memory lapses away from a possible dementia diagnosis and who gets lost at a teleprompter?

Folks, Biden may have a good heart, creepy infatuation with smelling and touching people inappropriately, and be from the most boring state on the planet called Delaware - but none of that qualifies the guy to be president at this stage of his life.

He should be retiring on a Delaware beach and enjoying his time with family.

Pushing Biden to run for president at 77-years-old when he is clearly struggling is actually a very mean thing to do.

His family should step in and end this run.

It's so sad and I'm actually starting to feel bad for the guy. His mental awareness is slipping and we're all seeing it live on his own videos.

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News & Politics Joe Biden 16 4232 2020-03-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-23T01:28:22-04:00 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:43:00-04:00 Leave it to the one and only steak-eating Jesse Watters to drop some hammers on the Democrat liberals hating on Trump while he's stuck dealing with this pandemic while reporters and liberal media sometimes go after him. Time to sip on the liberal tears and enjoy this moment that is sure to make some of the liberal media figures get their britches in a bunch.

Watters tells it to us straight up. No sugarcoating, just facts.

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What Jesse Watters is doing in this video is exactly what we need more show hosts and media figures to do. Start calling each other out for their fake news and let's get rid of all the people pushing lies to the American people.

Rachel Maddow, Brian Stelter, and all those deranged celebrities like Madonna, Cher, and many others who spend more time yelling about Trump than actually doing something to contribute.

I like what Watters says - Trump is doing the best he can, but also being a bit realistic so there's not people having false hopes and ignoring the warnings about the contagious coronavirus.

News & Politics Donald Trump, Jesse Watters 243 5501 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:26:52-04:00 Now that's a brisk nice moment of good news by Democrat governor, Andrew Cuomo, of New York. He listed three medicines they're receiving from the federal government and when they plan to test, which is next Tuesday.

Benny Johnson summed it up, saying, "New York will start implementing the trial drugs to treat Coronavirus. NY has acquired: - 70,000 Hydroxychloroquine - 10,000 Zithromax - 750,000 Chloroquine From the Federal Government."

Will this work to fight the coronavirus? I guess we'll find out on Tuesday.

News & Politics Democrat, Andrew Cuomo, coronavirus 44 524 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:22:30-04:00 President Donald Trump issued a brief statement of hope for anyone who is feeling worried, scared, afraid, etc. Trump said that he will be a good leader and not stop until we win. Trump's hopeful message was this, in a nutshell, "For those worried and afraid, please know as long as I am your president, you can feel confident that you have a leader who will always fight for you." "And I will not stop until we win."

News & Politics Donald Trump 72 768 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:22:07-04:00 There's a lot of mixed information going around social media about what was, and what was not, in the coronavirus relief funding that Democrats and Republicans could not agree on today. Some people on both sides said it was no good. Some people said it paid out too much to big corporations. Some said it didn't take care of the hospitals and actual working class people enough.

All I know is this - I have NO idea what is in it, what is not in it, and it doesn't even matter because the two sides can't put their partisan nonsense aside for five minutes to take care of their countries.

Before Trump leaves office, all I want from him is term limits for Congress and every single part of government. No job should be a lifetime position. NONE OF THEM.

No politician should make a career out of getting nothing done, or just enough done to get a few more votes than the opponent.

Is anyone else out there fed up with our government who can't get this done faster?

Well, we should ALL be irritable at this point.

Take care of the American people, take care of the hospitals and first responders, then use the rest on any businesses who are at a loss and need money to stay open and pay their employees.

This really shouldn't be that difficult.

News & Politics Mitch McConnell, Democrats, coronavirus 319 705 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:21:09-04:00 It seems like this reporter is trying to cause a riff raff between President Donald Trump and Dr. Fauci. Trump speaks from a hopeful standpoint based on what he reads, what he's told, and what he hears. He's doing the best he can, but he's not a doctor. However, Dr. Fauci IS a doctor and he understands the research and potential success and issues that come with mixing medicines and all that medicinal language and situations that many of us do not.

He and Trump look at thing with a different lens, but they're both on the same page as far as we can tell.

If Dr. Fauci thinks something won't work, he's smart enough to discuss it with others in the medical field and come to a solid conclusion.

That's why Trump has guys like him as part of his team.

Meanwhile, this reporter is trying to dig a hole when there's not any dirt.

News & Politics Dr. Fauci, Donald Trump, dishonest media 84 4703 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:21:03-04:00 President Donald Trump appears to have just learned that Mitt Romney is in self-isolation. Trump says,"gee, that's too bad." Romney and fellow Senator, Mike Lee, will be self-quarantined for 14 days under the advice of a Congressional physician. They are protecting themselves and others after potentially crossing paths with someone who was infected. Specifically, Romney was in contact with Rand Paul in the last week or so, and Paul has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Trump didn't say much else, that we know of, as the video clip was cut short.

All three senators issued a statement on Twitter

News & Politics Mitt Romney, coronavirus, Donald Trump 24 788 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T23:20:54-04:00 CNN's Jake Tapper had Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on as a guest and she suggested that President Trump referenced the COVID-19 as a hoax. Actually, Trump was referring to Democrats as the hoax, not the contagious Hercules flu that's gone literally full pandemic on the planet.

So later on, Jake Tapper went back on Twitter to address it and says why he did not fact check AOC.

Abigail Marone pinged Jake (not the snake) Tapper and said, "AOC just repeated the lie that President Trump called coronavirus a "hoax." This is not true, and has been debunked by numerous fact checking sources. This would've been a great time for a fact check, @jaketapper..."

She linked to the fact checker website that states Trump was NOT calling the COVID-19 a hoax.

Tapper responded with:

"I thought about it, because the president did not call the virus a hoax. But i didn’t because he *did* call a hoax the concerns of those saying that the response from the president was insufficient and that he was downplaying the gravity of the crisis. And that too was a lie."

Darn, Jake. But, at least he brought it up and responded.

Now AOC on the other hand, she's a different story.

News & Politics Jake Tapper, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 13 8294 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T16:30:51-04:00 Just your run of the mill thieves caught on camera in broad daylight stealing from a Walgreens in San Francisco. Tara LaRosa stated on her page, "THE LOOTING HAS BEGUN. This is Walgreens on Drumm St. in San Francisco, California. Suspects jumped on bus and didn’t pay right after on Market and Drumm."

I'm surprised no one stepped in to stop them. Why are people just watching them rob the store? Why are people more concerned with getting video of it instead of at least throwing a foot out to trip them when they get to the door.

I get it. No one wants to get involved, but darn, this is pure greed!

But hey, at least we all have cell phones to record if the riots and looting start up.

News & Politics coronavirus, hoarders 27 2194 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T16:30:38-04:00 Here's a woman hoarding multiple packs of toilet paper and there's probably a senior citizen who can't even get one package. This is what American greed looks like. The only way this is acceptable is if she's making a run for her neighborhood or whole family. Otherwise, this is just downright shameful.

Let's just put it this way - you won't need all that toilet paper if you don't have any food in the house.

News & Politics coronavirus, hoarders 47 4544 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T16:11:42-04:00 CNN's very own Brian Stelter takes only 7 seconds to prove CNN is completely biased against President Donald Trump. It was just a few days ago that CNN posted an article titled, "Trump peddles unsubstantiated hope in dark times" and it basically throws Trump under the bus.

Now fast forward a day or so and Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying to give people hope as well, and they're praising it.

You just can't have it both ways, folks.

Trump was giving people hope that one of the treatments might work on the coronavirus. Cuomo was giving us a worst case scenario and wanting us to be hopeful.

So what's it going to be?

If Trump and Cuomo are trying to send  half decent message to the masses, then why criticize one over the other? What's the point in that other than trying to appease to the Trump-haters out there?

You want to know what one of the biggest differences is? Trump fans gave Cuomo credit where it was due, and vice versa about Cuomo.

Trump would do the same thing.

Then we see CNN people like Brian Stelter and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and they just won't let the partisan hack nonsense go for a minute.

Even Tucker Carlson is out there criticizing GOP Reps for selling stocks after the coronavirus info they had. That's how it's supposed to be done.

But you know, when it comes to liberal media, there's a lot of people in that realm of television and radio who, no matter what, must say that orange man is bad.

Can't we all just chill out for a few weeks, fix this virus, then go back to being hacks?

News & Politics Brian Stelter, Donald Trump, coronavirus 8 3173 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T15:40:12-04:00 Here's a guy and girl stuffing the trunk of their truck with large value packs of toilet paper. The coronavirus is bringing out the worst in people. There is no way these two defecate that much that they would need about four years worth of toilet paper.

I see a lot of toilet paper in this video, but only two a**wipes.

News & Politics coronavirus, hoarders 48 2296 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T15:14:36-04:00 Here's a lady who represents one of the worst types of people you can be at a time like this. We're dealing with shortages in toilet paper and other supplies and the common sense thing to do is to only buy what you need and maybe a little bit extra to hold you over.

What does this woman do?

The complete opposite. She's stocking up for what looks like a month of eating beans and profusely crapping herself in the backwoods of her trailer, instead of just getting enough for her household.

Then she has the attitude to yell about Trump? Well no thank you, lady. You see, Trump fans and supporters are nothing like this in general. In fact, this one video makes the rest of the Trump fans look bad and you know what - we don't want you representing the rest of us.

You know what the saying is, one bad apple ain't gonna ruin the bunch.

This woman IS the bad apple.

Trump supporters in general are NOT like this. Not one bit.

Shame on her.

Shame on the Dollar Tree for not setting a limit.

The two of you are disgusting to me.

Opinions white trash, Dollar Tree, coronavirus 122 2427 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T15:10:26-04:00 Judge Jeanine Pirro posted on her personal account today, "I SALUTE YOU.” White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro joins me to discuss how private companies in our country are heeding the call and producing much-needed supplies and equipment to help combat the spread of COVID-19."

These are folks working around the clock to get as many supplies and equipment out to those in need, as fast as they can. If only there were more hours in a day!

News & Politics Judge Jeanine, coronavirus 365 373 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T15:09:17-04:00 Hope you're ready to be bored for quite a while. If what Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo is saying turns out to be true, then we could be in for a nine month haul dealing with coronavirus and see up to 80% of us get infected.

Now he's probably banking on those being the worst case numbers, but wow, that is staggering to say the least.

Let's hope his prediction is on the lesser end.

Stay home, stay safe.

News & Politics Andrew Cuomo, coronavirus 73 718 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T12:00:33-04:00 News & Politics Whoopi Goldberg 213 2983 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T12:00:33-04:00 News & Politics White House, coronavirus 380 418 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T11:48:55-04:00 If anyone is still downplaying this, then just take a look at Italy as they get crushed by the coronavirus and struggle to get through it. As stated on NBC News, "This was the deadliest day so far in Italy, with 793 fatalities. Our partners at Sky News visited a hospital in Cremona, one of Italy’s hardest-hit cities. Doctors there work 12 hour shifts and say increasingly younger patients are being admitted to their ICUs."

Doctors in America are normally working 12 hour shifts, so that's not news. However, these numbers are not good and that's a fact. We're hoping they get through this and flatten the curve as we work towards a much stronger treatment.

News & Politics coronavirus, Italy 147 878 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T11:42:44-04:00 Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on CNN discussing her idea of how to help Americans during this situation. She suggested suspending debt to free up emergency relief funds, but how exactly does that work?

If people at home stop paying their debt for, let's say two months, then that simply stops their funds from leaving the house and gives them more money to spend.

However, how does that free "emergency relief funds" with the government?

I don't know how myself saving money at home will have an impact on emergency relief funds that are controlled by the fed or govt.

AOC said, "If we're able to get money into households and stop the bleeding with pauses on money going out of households then we can get working families through this thing."

OK, I get that part. I am still confused on how she thinks us saving money at home is connected to the relief funding provided by government.

She also said, about people who aren't eligible for unemployment benefits, “That’s why getting checks into people’s hands is important. I do think this should be universal” to speed up the process, then Congress should tax back rich people next year."

Again, that first part makes sense. If someone lost their job over coronavirus and needs unemployment, that is normal. How is that connected to rich people though? As long as they pay their taxes or make donations that qualify, that's all they're expected to do.

Anything extra, that a rich person does, is up to them.

Which is funny, because we see celebrities singing really bad songs, having meltdowns, and lecturing from their million dollar mansions, but not much else when it actually matters.

This guy is on the same page as me.

News & Politics Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, coronavirus 156 1170 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T11:42:10-04:00 Massive. Absolutely YUGE. Where did they get this money from? Who cares. Secretary Mnuchin is on Fox News Sunday to discuss what's happening as this bill approaches $2 trillion.

If this passes, it will send small business retention loans to businesses which can be forgiven under certain requirements. Next, direct deposits of about $3,000 to a family of four. I believe this amount will be lower for smaller families, and possibly single person households. It also includes enhanced unemployment insurance for people who lost their job and can't get one back. Finally, it also includes a package working with the federal reserve to support the economy, under section 13.3.

Trump also wants hospitals and medical professionals to receive relief funding as needed.

News & Politics coronavirus, relief spending 191 432 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T10:47:49-04:00 Trump gave an announcement from the White House regarding small businesses and trying to help them during a time where business is absolutely slowing to a halt for many, especially those in the non-essential category who were forced to close.

The White House posted, "Yesterday, President @realDonaldTrump spoke with 12,000 small businesses—the economic engine of our country. The Trump Administration is doing everything within its power to support them and their employees."

News & Politics Donald Trump, coronavirus 52 512 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-22T10:47:34-04:00 Liberal mainstream media figures, like Brian Stelter and Rachel Maddow, have been talking trash on President Trump over his handling of the pandemic. If you watch the liberal media, you might think Trump is just running around golf courses and sneezing on the balls instead of in his elbow, but it's the complete opposite.

Here's President Trump delivering a hopeful message to the public. Now granted, Trump's delivery isn't the most presidential voice you'll hear out there, but he is being himself and that's more realistic than anything when you think about it.

Trump is who he is, and once you accept that he's not like the others, you'll see he's actually doing a decent job and he's calling out the BS in politics and media - the stuff WE should be calling out on a daily basis.

The liberal media would have you think our president does nothing, but I'm over here wondering if Trump ever gets a minute to sleep.

How does one man get through the day knowing his country is suffering? You know this eats at him that he can't do more.

Any good president would do whatever they can, and he is - but liberal media won't let you believe it.

And at the end of the day, the guy can only do so much. He's one person. This is exactly the time when the left and right in politics and media band together - not go after each other.

When this is all said and done, then go back to being drama queens, but right now - we need all hands on deck.

News & Politics 65 671 2020-03-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T17:42:59-04:00 President Donald Trump made an announcement today. He said “Every American has a role to play in defending our nation… Stay at home and save lives.” Won't see any complaints out of me. However, we should take this time to show our support to every hardworking first responder, truck drivers, nurses, doctors, and the people who are going to keep this country running.

While the rest of us sit home and wait for the pandemic to end, we thank you for doing the jobs that will become the new backbone of this country.

Don't ever forget how much you are appreciated.

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News & Politics 60 967 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T17:36:02-04:00 MSNBC show host, Rachel Maddow, has come fully unhinged, practically demanding that President Donald Trump be taken off the air as she accuses him of lying, and takes it a step further by saying it will cost lives. As posted on the Maddow Blog Twitter page, "Maddow: If Trump is going to keep lying like he has been every day on stuff this important, we should, all of us, stop broadcasting it. Honestly, it's going to cost lives."

ABC News conducted a poll on how Trump is handling the coronavirus situation and 55% reported to be satisfied.

As stated on Complex, "In a new poll, it has been revealed that Americans are split on Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Conducted by ABC News and global market/opinion research firm Ipsos, the poll found that 55 percent of those surveyed approve of the President's response to the crisis, which has shifted from skeptical to serious in a matter of weeks."

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Don't forget, these polls are often by small numbers of people, not representative of the entire country, and therefore I always think polls are basically asking people at lunch how they feel about something.

Either way, the poll shows 55% of people liking what Trump has done during this pandemic and it was conducted by ABC News, so it's got some legitimacy to it of course.

But don't tell that to Rachel Maddow, she'll just lose her mind.

Speaking of approval ratings... how's the ratings for Maddow's show?

She's doing alright, hanging in there with Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson. But, there's a catch. According to Mark Joyella at Forbes, "Fox had the lion's share of top-rated shows in prime time, with four of the top five in cable news: Hannity, Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Five and The Ingraham Angle."

News & Politics TDS, Rachel Maddow 332 996 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T17:35:05-04:00 CNN's John King appears so mad about President Donald Trump that he actually cursed on live television while chatting with Kaitlan Collins. No, seriously, he did! He was talking about how Trump handled the question by NBC News' John Alexander, which was a simpleton question that was pointless, but King seems sooooo mad about it right now.

What did John Alexander ask? Well, nothing useful to be honest. He just asked Trump would say to Americans who are scared. Trump denounced the question and kinda scolded him for it.

Then the leftwing media got mad. The right wing media don't care. Everyone's yapping about this pointless question like any of it even matters.

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Well news flash. It don't matter and John King shouldn't even be talking about it, let alone swearing on live television where there might be someone in an empty doctor's office watching this.

But alas, here we are with people losing their mind over Trump instead of acting like adults when we need it most.

Great job, John King, you're a really great example of a highly professional show host. Said no one EVER!

News & Politics 45 2418 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T17:34:53-04:00 CNN's Dana Bash has done it again. Not quite like Britney Spears, but maybe even better! Bash has now, at least twice, offered praise to the Trump leadership of the country during the coronavirus situation. Bash has stated that it's time to put the partisanship aside and realize we're all in this together.

Dana Bash was criticized by some guy named Erick Fernandez, who said he was going to lose his mind (must be TDS), but then Bash defended herself. She told him this, "As I said in the clip you posted below, this is a moment to be non-partisan, American and human - & the TONE the president set at today & yesterday's PRESSERS were remarkably different and welcomed. That's a fact. Let's all take a breath and remember we are all in this together."

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She's right, Erick. Put down your hate for Trump and realize we're all in a giant mess together and we're going to unite, get through it, and then we can go back to disliking each other.

Does Trump seriously ever get a break with the haters?

The guy can't do anything without people complaining. Literally, anything.

But thanks Dana Bash for not being like the others during this time.

We appreciate it the lack of partisanship you showed and it people admire that courage to speak up and remind people to stop being partisan hacks for a few weeks.

News & Politics 117 1383 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T15:29:19-04:00 Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio is just over there on MSNBC fearmongering by suggesting that if President Donald Trump doesn't nationalize the medical supply companies in the next few days, that thousands will die.

This is coming from a Democrat mayor who was just at the gym as his governor  was starting the statewide shutdown of businesses.

Can Trump nationalize medical supply companies? I am not sure.

What would it do to make things better? Would it force them to give employees more hours so they can get more products made? I don't know, but I hope they're doing that on their own and not waiting for the government to say something.

Either way, it doesn't help anyone that Mayor de Blasio is on MSNBC saying thousands will die if Trump doesn't do one particular thing in the next few days. That just adds to the hysteria and it's hard to take de Blasio serious when he was running off the to the gym.

It's also very clear that de Blasio skips leg day, and I don't trust anyone who skips leg day.

Either way, stay home and relax folks. Let's get through this next two weeks and flatten the curve.

News & Politics 126 1574 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T15:20:03-04:00 This is Andre Perry and he's on MSNBC discussing the possible stimulus plan that might help Americans during this coronavirus pandemic. I don't know what's wrong with the guy, but he resorts to talking about racism and suggesting that the government favors white people when they're suffering, over black folks when they're suffering. Now that's how I perceived it, but you can come up with your own conclusion.

As paraphrased by Tom Elliott, he said, "It’s funny how, when white folks are suffering, we find a way to deliver and cut checks for people."

In reality, that's not actually true. The government has people on welfare of all colors and both genders. The government stimulus plan for coronavirus will help people of all colors and both genders.

This isn't something that has to do with race, it's just not. It's actually irresponsible for the guy to suggest this.

But hey, Andre - why not take a look at the cities historically run by Democrat leadership and see what many of the high poverty areas have in common. Lots of urban areas with a high population of black Americans and a history of Democrat mayors in leadership.

Why don't you talk to the mayors, like Democrat Jim Kenney in Philadelphia, and see why our poverty levels are so bad.

Meanwhile, coronavirus doesn't care what color you are and neither does a stimulus check.

News & Politics 83 892 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T14:36:30-04:00 New Jersey's Democrat Governor, Phil Murphy, has signed an executive order demanding all gathers canceled, non-essential businesses closed, and for residents to keep their darn self home in an attempt to flatten the curve of the spreading coronavirus. He made the announcement via video on Twitter along with the caption, "BREAKING: I just signed an Executive Order directing nearly all residents to STAY AT HOME. ALL gatherings are canceled. ALL non-essential retail businesses must indefinitely close their physical stores to the public effective 9:00 p.m. tonight"

Murphy also says construction sites, manufacturing, trucking, and transportation work can continue.

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NJ just had 442 new positive coronavirus tests, so they now have a total of 1,327 with 16 people passing away from it.

One family had seven members get infected and four of them have passed.

So basically, the shit has hit the fan in New Jersey.

Even if you don't live there, just stay home, relax, catch up on shows, and let's hope this is beyond us in two weeks.

We can handle a few weeks off and bounce right back. It's like we're all on vacation at once, but it's on our own couch.

News & Politics 106 456 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T12:29:43-04:00 Dr. Fauci criticizes Italy for having an open border and not restricting travel amid the coronavirus outbreak. He made this point during a chat with Lester Holt. Italy has seen some extreme numbers in terms of people being infected and they're pretty much in a state of lockdown and quarantine trying to get it under control.

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News & Politics Dr Fauci, Italy 67 1901 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T12:23:03-04:00 Trump made a big announcement sure to be music to the ears of anyone with student loan debt. They are temporarily waiving student loan interest and sounds like they won't be adding any penalties either. It looks like this will last for at least 60 days, so anyone with federal students loans will likely be getting two months of no interest.

This statement comes from Trump himself in the video, but be sure to keep up on the official announcement for when it's actually starting, what the finalized details are, and who and what loans it specifically covers.

This is a great announcement, but minor details between here and the time this begins could always change.

Now that Trump has dropped the student loan interest for a while, spend that extra money on a shiny new Trump 2020 flag!

News & Politics 59 1013 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-21T12:07:35-04:00 That coronavirus, aka, COVID-19, has everyone in pandemic mode, but Dr. Oz appears hopeful that another method of fighting the virus could be one of the cures.  Dr. Oz was on Lou Dobbs show talking about the possibility of anti-malaria drugs working in combination with others to beat COVID-19.

It's important to know that these statements are in theory and still being tested, as they have not yet been approved by the FDA.

Live Science posted this about it, saying "But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) swiftly issued a statement to clarify that, no, these drugs are not approved as treatments for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Both drugs are approved to treat malaria, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, but must still be assessed in clinical trials before being declared a safe and effective COVID-19 treatment. Doctors in the U.S. have wide latitude to prescribe drugs "off-label," meaning for conditions beyond their initial FDA approval."

Always be sure to get the facts when it comes to this type of thing.

Trump made an announcement today as well.

Another way to stop a virus from spreading into a country is to close the border and build a wall!

Have you seen this Trump build the wall coin yet? It's pretty cool.

News & Politics 361 599 2020-03-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T16:18:16-04:00 Trump wants the press to get their questions in so Sec. Pompeo can head back to the state department and get his work done. Or, as Trump refers to it during this presser, the "Deep State Department."

This guy is quick, folks. Trump won't hesitate to throw those jokes out there and call you out.

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Look at Dr. Fauci in the background!

News & Politics 22 855 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T15:26:32-04:00 Actor, former bodybuilder, and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is an accomplished man, no question about it.

And I'd never suggest the man didn't earn what he has. He did. He came to our country as an immigrant from Austria and made it. He is the embodiment of the American Dream.

But maybe, as ordinary folk start to reel economically from coronavirus-related job losses and  financial hits their retirement accounts are taking with a tanking stock market, it's not really wise to lecture people about the importance of self-quarantine while sitting in a hot tub.

At your mansion.

Granted, the advice is good -- not saying that. But gee whiz, couldn't The Governator have picked a more suitable format to deliver his message? 

Something a little less...extravagant, perhaps?

News & Politics 63 1979 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T15:23:05-04:00 If you ever need help with a major disaster in the world, just bring in actor Sean Penn for some expert advice. Completely ignore the fact that Penn looks like he's on something and his history of really bad movies totally negates the fact that he's an expert on anything at all.

But you know, this is CNN we're talking about. Instead of having a doctor, nurse, or even a much better actor - they bring Sean Penn of all people.

Was Corey Feldman not available that day?

No matter what you think of Sean Penn and his IMDB listings, at least you now have that expert advice and can survive any crisis out there. And so what if he did some work in Haiti.

This is SEAN PENN.

He's not a crisis expert for crying out loud. He's not even an A-List actor. Sheesh-louise!

Oh, and don't forget, Sean Penn suggested the military can build a hospital in 25 minutes. Not even the Amish can do that.

Here's how the Internet reacted to this hilarious bit of nonsense from CNN, the expert hunters.

News & Politics 45 8532 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T14:43:26-04:00 Here we go with another round of CNN's Brian Stelter whining about President Trump again. This time Brian is crying that Trump is being mean to the media. Stelter seems mad that Trump is calling out the media for being dishonest and focusing on nonsense, proving that media figures like Brian Stelter are exactly the problem with the media.

Stelter was saying, "It was incredibly disappointing to see [Trump's] conduct in this briefing today... he took three steps forward back today by assailing the media at a time when the media is empowering the public with information to stay safe."

Stelter says Trump needs to focus on other things to get good press. That's funny, because Ilhan Omar just praised Trump's leadership, proving that Brian Stelter is not paying any attention to what's actually going on. If Ilhan Omar is praising Trump leadership, that is just unheard of. She has been a Trump critic since before she was in Congress and to see her put political parties aside to offer some nice words is something Brian Stelter can learn from, but he clearly chooses not to because he's just a media hack who people laugh at.

This guy is in a thumb-shaped bubble and clearly his mirror isn't working, otherwise he would see how ridiculous this looks.

What's really funny is this - Brian Stelter, in the video above, is trying to say that Trump should focus on important things. Shouldn't Brian Stelter focus on important things?

I know Trump is because we hear him on a daily basis and he's constantly calling out the media for asking ridiculous questions that are of absolutely no relevance to anything helpful.

Brian Stelter and media figures and reporters just like him ARE the problem.

Brian Stelter should take his own advice.

Opinions Brian Stelter, CNN 106 2985 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T14:01:52-04:00 Eric Garcetti, Mayor of LA, says he would deputize his city officials and have them drive around to make sure people are staying home during a mandated "stay home" order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom. Well, what if the city official wants to stay home and doesn't want to drive around and enforce the rules? Since when is that in their job description?

If people are smart, they're staying home anyway. The only reason to be out right now is if you need supplies or food for home.

We're all taking a week or two off folks, let's enjoy it and get back to reality once we beat this pandemic.

News & Politics 43 823 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T13:56:45-04:00 California's Democrat Governor, Gavin Newsom, has issued a statewide order for everyone to stay home in hopes to drop the curve of the coronavirus spreading. With so many businesses being closed, there's no point to really leave the house anyway unless to get some supplies.

If every state does this for a few days, a week, even 2 weeks if we must - then maybe the coronavirus will wither down and go away.

I would rather see us stay home for a week or two then have the numbers keep growing. It's just insane. We've never seen anything like this and for once, it's actually not the media hyping it up. It's pretty real and it's spreading like wildfire.

We need to keep our distance, relax, and help this thing go away.

News & Politics 104 365 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T13:52:28-04:00 Republican Senator Richard Burr gets called out for selling his stocks after a coronavirus meeting, right before the stock market crashed. Tucker Carlson says, "There is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis."

Burr is accused of inside trading in the sense that he knew more information about coronavirus and the impact on the economy or stock market, and allegedly allowed Americans to think everything was fine - but then sold off some of his stocks.

It's a situation that is currently evolving as we find out more information.

So far, four Senators have sold their stocks right before the crash, as reported earlier. They are Dianne Feinstein, Richard Burr, Kelly Loeffler, and James Inhofe.

News & Politics 61 1161 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T13:23:04-04:00 President Donald Trump calls it like it is. He tells the press they're sitting too close. He says they should get rid of 75-80% of the people in the room, as part of social distancing, and wants some of them to leave immediately.

Trump would like to have just a few press members he likes in the room. This conversation stemmed from a question asked about members of Congress being tested or quarantined.

News & Politics 49 1386 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T13:20:31-04:00 Resilient American farmers are working around the clock to keep up with the demand. They social distance themselves by means of occupation. This video is also a reminder to stop hoarding things you don't need because the supply chain is going strong.

News & Politics 95 263 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T13:08:23-04:00 A video showing Nancy Pelosi speaking, while wearing minature toilet paper rolls as earrings, is actually not real. It is confirmed to be a doctored meme video that is circulating the web and the original source appears to be a social media user named "Octo Memes 1." As seen below in the tweet where the video is thought to have originated.

News & Politics 14 3153 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T12:53:12-04:00 President Trump chastises members of the mainstream media as they ask questions and he gives them honest answers. Think about this - what have all the people saying Trump is a racist for saying "Chinese virus" accomplished other than being annoying? They haven't accomplished anything at all. They haven't provided any real information for people. They haven't done anything productive whatsoever. That is who President Trump is talking about.

News & Politics 92 938 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T12:50:44-04:00 A reporter asks President Trump what he would say to the public right now. Trump says "you're a terrible reporter" and says it's a "nasty question" - more or less unloading on the guy. I'm not sure why, but the press has been asking some really lame questions lately and I think them and celebrities should take a look at the man in the mirror, just like Phil Collins warned us to years ago.

News & Politics 64 5584 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T03:06:17-04:00 Podcasts 0 134 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-20T03:06:17-04:00 Podcasts 0 160 2020-03-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T21:13:00-04:00 Virginia Democratic Senator, Time Kaine, is seen on video whining about President Trump doing some "China bashing" and trying to scold him for it. This is a man who could've been in the White House, but thankfully is not. This is a guy who shows up on the radar maybe once or twice a year, gets laughed at, and then withers back down into irrelevancy.

Him and his turnt-up eyebrow need to resign and let someone take over who's gonna get something done.

Why is this jackwagon making $174,000 per year and I'm not? I can cry and do nothing, just like Tim Kaine, so why don't I run for Congress?

James Woods smoked this clown like a fine Cuban cigar, calling him a "pickle pusher" and it was hilarious.

He said, "This clown could have been a heartbeat away from the presidency. Imagine him managing this catastrophe and being more worried about labels and pronouns, or whatever these pickle pushers worry about. The #Trump2020Landslide is now more important than ever."

If Tim Kaine wants to earn his salary, then this sure isn't the way.

News & Politics 63 850 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T20:57:31-04:00 Proving that there is indeed a such thing as a dumb question, this reporter keeps asking Lyndsey Graham about Trump saying "China virus" and if it's racist, blah blah blah.

That's when Graham stands up for Trump and says it's fine and keeps walking.

Does the mainstream liberal media ever have ANY self-awareness whatsoever? Do they realize all this time is being wasted by repeatedly asking the same stupid question over and over?

GET A GRIP and do something useful for once.

The Hill posted on their Twitter:

Question: "The president continues to call this the 'Chinese virus.'"

Sen. Lindsey Graham: "It is, it came from China."

Question: "You think it's ok for him to say that?"

Sen. Graham: "Yeah, I do."

And here we go with another round of hilarious answers because the liberal mainstream media just don't get it.

News & Politics 33 421 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T19:47:29-04:00 It's good to see a member of the media, OAN's Chanel Rion, call out the the leftists who constantly call President Trump racist because he called it the "China Virus." What's funny is that mainstream media, on the left, has been saying this stuff since day one and no one batted an eye. Now all of a sudden the leftwing media decided that it's racist to say "China Virus" because Trump said it one day.

Does anyone else think that is batshit crazy?

CNN even said "Chinese coronavirus" so where are all the liberal media reporters to yell at CNN? Oh, they probably have a resume in at the hiring offices, so that's why they aren't talking trash unless Trump says it.

Just another example of leftists being major hypocrites.

If they said this from DAY ONE, then I'd accept it. But you can't go on for weeks saying "China virus" or "Wuhan virus" then out of nowhere decide it's racist because the president said it.

That's a bunch of crap and everyone knows it.

Meanwhile, some scaredy-cat wrote this for Rion:

News & Politics 96 3429 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T18:59:52-04:00 A panel on MSNBC was discussing President Donald Trump and what's going on with the pandemic, and they decided to compare him to a toddler for pretty much no reason at all, other than the fact that they appear to dislike him.

Lis Power posted on Twitter, "Trump "doesn't have the discipline to stay on a smart plan for more than a few hours. Like a toddler, something will stimulate him, a TV news story or an idiotic question from some clown from a pseudo-news network, and he'll spout off because he can't control his own prejudices"

Lis Power is not saying this, she's just sharing what the panel on MSNBC wrote, so don't take your comments out on her.

Also, she's from Philly, so she can probably beat you up anyway.

It just amazes me that MSNBC is bothering with this. What's the point in wasting time on this? Why aren't they doing better work? Why aren't THEY coming up with ideas to help stop the pandemic instead of complaining about Trump?

I just think there's better stuff to report on and complaining about Trump all the time is why people stop watching their network.

News & Politics 91 565 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T18:59:37-04:00 It's all fun and games with leftwing media as they keep striking out this week. First they're calling everyone racist for saying "Wuhan virus" or "China virus" - despite the leftwing media being the people who said this non-stop for weeks. Now we have a former FEMA admin, Craig Fugate, walking off an MSNBC interview when he gets criticized by Andy Slavitt talking some nonsense, like he knows anything at all.

Fugate says, "I don't have time to listen to bullshit, people" and he just gets up and leaves. That's it.

There's nothing else said.

He's done.

MSNBC gets a great video clip, but it doesn't make them look good, that's for sure. They look like fools when Fugate walks off.

That's my opinion and I'm sticking to it.

News & Politics 72 2767 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T18:15:00-04:00 News & Politics 276 505 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T15:37:47-04:00 President Trump announced during his now-daily coronavirus press conference that he has pushed aside mountains of regulations and years of trials to approve what is reportedly a successful treatment for coronavirus.

In announcing his decision, the president said his order "goes beyond" the "Right to Try" law that allows terminally ill Americans access to experimental drugs and treatments.

As such, the long-time anti-malaria drug Chloroquine will become available to treat U.S. COVID-19 patients after showing a lot of promise overseas. The drug showed strong promise treating coronavirus patients in China and South Korea.

"Recent guidelines from South Korea and China report that chloroquine is an effective antiviral therapeutic treatment against Coronavirus Disease 2019.  Use of chloroquine (tablets) is showing favorable outcomes in humans infected with Coronavirus including faster time to recovery and shorter hospital stay," said the summary of a study examining the drug's coronavirus effectiveness presented by Dr. James M. Todaro, MD and Gregory J. Rigano, Esq.

News & Politics 266 553 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T15:37:47-04:00 The Trump administration announced earlier this week that U.S. intelligence officials have picked on a widening Chinese propaganda campaign that seeks to shift blame for the corona virus outbreak from them to the United States.

It would seem a pointless endeavor, given that the world has known for weeks that the virus came from Wuhan city, Hubei province, in central China.

But because the outbreak has now spread all over the world and is killing a lot of people in certain countries, obviously the Communists running the country are trying to escape responsibility.

Problem is, too many in our own country will believe this BS, because many in the American media are either discounting the Chinese propaganda campaign or blaming President Trump for calling COVID-19 the "China virus" -- which it is

This is what Chinese people are seeing, however, and it's 100 percent pure propaganda. 

News & Politics 63 661 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T15:37:46-04:00 President Trump has to be getting sick and tired of fielding questions during now-daily coronavirus updates about his use of the term "China virus" and the liberal media's suggestions that the term is "racist."

The president has explained several times that the virus did come from China, therefore calling it a 'China virus' is technically correct and has nothing to do with ethnicity. 

But this ridiculous accusation is just the latest iteration of the media's attempt to paint Trump's entire coronavirus response as "racist."

Several weeks ago after the president immediately imposed a travel ban on China when it became clear Beijing had not been up front about the spread of coronavirus, the media called that ban "racist."

And on Thursday, during the latest coronavirus update from the White House, the president reminded an NBC reporter of that fact, as well as the rest of her colleagues in the room after she suggested the administration was not "prepared" for the virus.

"We were very prepared. And the only thing we weren’t prepared for was the media. The media has not treated it fairly. I’ll tell you how prepared I was. I called for a ban from people coming in from China long before anybody thought it was… In fact it was your network. I believe they called me a racist because I did that," he said.


News & Politics 95 2270 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T15:15:30-04:00 A man exposes a store for selling toilet paper for $10 a roll. The cashier lady then calls the police on HIM, even though he's the one not doing anything wrong. This took place in Europe somewhere, a place where they call toilet paper "toilet rolls" and they say "pounds" instead of dollars.

They also sound like characters from Peppa Pig. If you have kids, then you know that accent all too well, oink!

There's something scummy about price gougers. It's one thing to raise the price a dollar or two, but asking $10 for a roll of toilet paper is just about the most dirty thing you can do to your customers who probably kept you in business for so many years.

Disgraceful shop, for sure.

News & Politics 45 2538 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-19T14:15:28-04:00 When Gal Gadot, homeless looking Will Ferrell, and a bunch of other overpaid celebrities get together for an online singalong, what could possibly go wrong?

Well, just about everything. This video sucks.

News & Politics 121 471 2020-03-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T22:26:42-04:00 A generation well known for needing safe spaces is purposely defying the suggestion that people practice social distancing. College students are in Florida for spring break and don't seem to care that there's a pandemic and have refused to practice social distancing to help slow/prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The same generation of people who complain about safe spaces are literally not going to a safe space.

Carol Roth pointed this out on Twitter with no problem at all.

News & Politics 39 6361 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T22:26:33-04:00 Darn right! Don't let the media bully you into saying something that you don't need to say. People can call the COVID-19 the Wuhan Virus, the China Virus, whatever they want to help identify which infection is being talked about.

Here's the thing folks - people are spending too much time arguing over the name of it. WHO CARES?? Stop fighting about that and start talking among each other as Americans and unite with each other until the pandemic is over.

This is Kyle Bass and he ain't giving in to the media pressure nonsense.

News & Politics 56 1360 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T20:43:37-04:00 Can anyone explain why the reporter is in what appears to be a full bio suit, but the cameraman is standing there in street clothes? Something about this seems a bit awkward.

Reporters sometimes get caught exaggerating. Remember the time when a woman was riding around in a canoe, and then people literally walked by her?

There was another video where a reporter was acting like it was very windy, but then bystanders were walking by like it was nothing! Ha!

News & Politics 9 38063 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T20:43:30-04:00 Truckers, Doctors, and Nurses are working around the clock to keep us stocked up with supplies and take care of us when we're sick. President Trump gives them a huge shout-out in a nice warm message meant to bring people together.

News & Politics 60 1225 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T20:30:02-04:00 Kellyanne Conway talks about a rumor where Weijia Jiang claimed that someone in the White House was calling the coronavirus the "Kung Flu" - which is hilarious. However, Jiang, up until this moment, has not released the name of the person she claimed had said this. So that leaves us all with 1) no name or face and 2) thinking that she possibly made this up to politicize things and get attention on Twitter.

Conway doesn't seem to care about it unless there's a name to it. So, Jiang - are you going to say who said it or just hide on Twitter?

News & Politics 136 1549 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T20:19:14-04:00 Where did we go wrong? This generation of college students might have some of the most brainless people in society. Our grandparents were storming the beach of Normandy, and these kids are being asked to sit on the couch - and they can't even do that. Say a prayer, they're gonna need one.

News & Politics 86 2515 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T19:53:58-04:00 The head of a legal watchdog group is warning that Democrats are attempting to use the coronavirus outbreak to push for mail-in voting which he says will lead to massive voter fraud.

On Tuesday, Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez began pushing for more mail-in voting. 

But during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference last month, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton warned that these kinds of methods are being pushed by Democrats in order to subvert our democratic processes. 

"Voter fraud is a key civil rights issue. Who stands for voters who have their votes stolen? How many stolen votes is too many? @JudicialWatch stepping up," he tweeted

On Wednesday, Fitton retweeted a video (above) of his CPAC appearance where he discussed JW's efforts to sue states into cleaning up their voter registration rolls, adding, "URGENT: Leftists using pretext of #CoronavirusOutbreak to push unsecure, 'vote by mail' free for all, no voter id anywhere for 2020 elections."

News & Politics 205 931 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T19:53:58-04:00 Washington Press Corps reporters have been asking the president for two days if he believes calling the coronavirus the "China flu" is acceptable because it allegedly is dangerously offensive to Asia-Americans -- even those who are not of Chinese descent, presumably.

And for two days, the president has patiently explained that no, he doesn't believe the term is racist or inflammatory because in fact, that is where COVID-19 originated.

But on Wednesday, PBS NewsHour reporter Yamiche Alcindor claimed in a press conference at the White House that she heard someone in the administration called the coronavirus the "Kung flu."

“And…my second question is there are some, at least one White House official who used the term ‘kung flu’ referring to the fact that this virus started in China. Is that acceptable? Is it wrong? Are you worried that, that having this virus be talked about as a Chinese virus that, that…”

“I wonder who said. Do you know who said that?” the president asked.

“I’m not sure of the person’s name. But would you condemn the fact of 'kung flu?'" Alcindor pressed.

News & Politics 61 1081 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T15:38:33-04:00 News & Politics 1886 1064 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T14:55:08-04:00 Republican National Committee's Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel blasts Democrats who are politicizing the Coronavirus outbreak. In her appearance on Fox Nation's "Reality Check with David Webb," McDaniel said, "Unfortunately, Democrats are using this as an opportunity to sow division and scare the American people."

McDaniel also tweeted, "I just want to stress to politicians and the media to stop using [coronavirus] as a tool to politicize things and to scare people. It's not responsible. This is not the time for this. People need to be looking at the CDC for guidance."

The show segment tackled Democrats' repeated attacks on Trump before the Coronavirus outbreak. McDaniel argued that the Democrats' continuous acts of undermining President Donald Trump while the country is on a national health crisis probably is their new low. 


News & Politics 27 483 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T14:47:35-04:00 Ladies and gentlemen, we have gone full batty at this point. This is MSNBC guest Richard Engel referring to the coronavirus as a "bat virus" while discussing the fact that some people are calling it a "China virus." Engel said, "“This is a virus that came from the territory of China but came from bats. This is a bat virus, not a China virus. It doesn't speak Chinese. It doesn't target Chinese people. It targets human beings..."

Engel is right. It may have come from bats, but it also came from China.

However, the fact we are discussing this at all shows how bored we are and Democrats keep pushing this nonsense conversation instead of having real talks.

News & Politics 51 443 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T14:04:37-04:00 America and the rest of the planet are keeping their eyes on the coronavirus and Trump is having reporters ask questions. This is great, but then a reporter asks the really stupid question that saved exactly ZERO lives and provided exactly ZERO bits of useful information.

She seriously asked Trump why he calls it the "Chinese virus" and that's when Trump just looks at her with those eyes and gives her the most honest answer he can.

Because it came from China and he wants to be accurate.

Well, it doesn't get any more accurate than that, and if you're calling it racist, then you might need professional help.

Stop making things about race, that are not about race. DUH!!!

What does it take to get in the White House these days, a second grade education and a C in reading? Come on, lady, ask a real question and stop wasting time!

Someone yank her White House credentials. She doesn't need them anymore!

I'm blaming Daily Wire for getting me all hot and bothered.

News & Politics 51 2054 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T13:54:34-04:00 In an announcement that many of us did not expect to see unless pigs were flying, Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo has now embraced the support of President Donald Trump amid the coronavirus outbreak. As many people are suggesting, now is not the time to be partisan, but to come together amid the pandemic and get things fixed first, then argue later.

As summarized by Robby Starbuck, "Democrat NY Gover Andrew Cuomo says that President

@realDonaldTrump and him are fighting the same war, "I have his back & he has mine", Trump’s actions display he has New Yorkers backs, Trump is fully engaged, energetic and being creative to help New York."

Let's hope this starts a trend of politicians putting their party cards down and helping America get situated and back to full speed. After that, we can all go back to hating each other with our partisan nonsense.

Especially Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. I really don't like them. Do you?

News & Politics 184 2435 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T10:15:34-04:00 Hollywood actress Vanessa Hudgens went on social media and posted a video of her saying really stupid comments about the coronavirus. Then she got lit up in the comment section like the USA military dropping some MOAB's on the terrorist bunkers.

Now she's apologizing after making the ridiculous remarks in the video above.

Hudgens claims to have experienced a "huge wake up call," but it was probably her management ringing the phone asking her what the was wrong with her, then demanding she apologize for damage control.

You can tell it's a generic apology meant to calm the storm of her comment section and people now hating her. In fact, I am rolling my eyes so far back they are nearly touching my own ass.

News & Politics 28 36467 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-18T00:29:34-04:00 Joe Biden stands awkwardly in silence while giving a thank you speech with no audience. He's just standing there saying nothing, staring at the camera perhaps. Then his wife comes in to let him know it's done.

Bernie Sanders must be watching this from one of his three homes, shaking his communist fists at clouds, and wondering how on Earth he's losing to someone who potentially has dementia. I said potentially because it's not medically diagnosed yet, so we can't say that.

Socialism is so bad, that Democrat voters are picking the guy who smells people in public.

News & Politics 22 4677 2020-03-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T23:53:57-04:00 Dude walks up to the cashier to pay for his drink, and she goes to scan it, and he grabs it back. Now I ain't the best lip reader in town. Heck I can't read any lips, but I am 99% sure this man did not actually say what it sounds like he's saying.

I think we got ourselves a case of the voice over.

Either way, it's funny as hell. Leave it to a Falcons fan...

News & Politics 5 813 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T15:54:02-04:00 President Trump on Tuesday swatted away a reporter's question in which the commander-in-chief was asked whether he thought his use of the phrase "China virus" to describe COVID-19 created a "stigma."

The president wasn't buying in, especially since it's been widely reported the virus originated in Wuhan city, Hubei province, China.

“No, I don’t think so. I think saying that our military gave it to them creates a stigma," said Trump, referring to China's unsubstantiated claim that American troops introduced COVID-19 into the country. 

News & Politics 43 905 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T15:54:02-04:00 Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said during a press conference Tuesday to update the country on the administration's coronavirus response that President Trump wants relief checks going out to Americans within two weeks.

It's not immediately clear how much those checks are going to be or who will receive them first, but Mnuchin -- with the president standing right next to him -- was really adamant.

"We're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately...Americans need cash now and the president wants to get cash now," Mnuchin said. 

News & Politics 41 1960 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T15:54:02-04:00 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio was caught going to a city gym on Monday after he ordered them shuttered to every other resident in the city, which caused a stir among New Yorkers.

But during a question-and-answer session with reporters the following day, the mayor not only justified his gym session but seemed not to understand how hypocritical it looks.

What's more, he seemed to indicate that it's more important for him to be healthy than anyone else in the Big Apple.

"I have to stay healthy so I can make the decisions for the people of the city," Hizzoner said. 

News & Politics 11 1941 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T15:54:02-04:00 A woman who goes by the name “Emily Annette” posted a video to her YouTube channel in which she hilariously recounts an incident she says she just witnessed in a local grocery store.

She made the video after encountering a hysterical woman she said was yelling at the check-out clerk who just happened to touch his own face while he was ringing up groceries.

The customer badgered the young clerk into using some anti-viral hand cleaner before continuing to ring up her groceries. 

But when it came time for the customer to pay, Emily Annette says she used the same debit card touchpad other customers with dirty hands have been using all day.

"Ya’ll, there are so many stupid people in this world," she says in the video.

News & Politics 143 2235 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T15:48:05-04:00 Of all the more important questions to ask, this reporter picked one that focused on something that many would say is not even close to being important. As the world deals with the coronavirus, this reporter asked President Trump about calling it the "Chinese Virus" and if it created a stigma.

Trump shut down the reporter by saying, no. He followed it up by saying that anyone suggesting our military gave it to them, that creates a stigma.

For quite some time, the mainstream media has used terms like "wuhan virus" and "Chinese coronavirus" - and many similar variations. It was only recently that the media decided it was considered inappropriate or even "racist" - despite the media being the people who said it and broadcasted it to millions.

News & Politics 43 213 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T14:56:47-04:00 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T13:44:04-04:00 When you need some old fashioned familial drama, look no further than the Cuomo brothers who bickered on air about a curfew and who mommy loves more. This is Governor Andrew Cuomo and his little brother, Chris Cuomo, going at it right on television. Just don't call him Fredo. Sam Stryker wrote, "This video of brothers Andrew and Chris Cuomo fighting ON AIR about their mom’s favorite child, calling their parents, and breaking curfew growing up is better than anything Shakespeare ever wrote."

Governor Cuomo, at some point, says “I called mom, I called mom just before I came on the show." Then Chris Cuomo replies,  “That’s not what she said." Now Gov. Cuomo tries laying the dagger in by saying, "she said I was her favorite. Good news is, she said you were her second favorite.”

News & Politics 77 1314 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T10:03:11-04:00 President Donald Trump gives an update provided by the White House on Twitter. He states that America will always prevail and suggests we'll have a big celebration when this is all over. He's referring to the coronavirus and how we're all distancing, businesses are closing, and it seems like we're in the apocalypse.

News & Politics 54 440 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-17T09:51:59-04:00 Democrat Mayor Bill de Blasio went to the gym yesterday after schools, bars, restaurants started experiencing closures and a lot of people on social media said he should be leading by example, not going to a dirty gym.

He goes on television now to address it and says, "I don't get it."

There's a lot of things this mayor doesn't get.

News & Politics 53 694 2020-03-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T15:27:06-04:00 Well, maybe there's something to this COVID-19 outbreak after all. 

Sunday night New Orleans police actually cleared out Bourbon St.

If you've never been to New Orleans, then Bourbon St. is one of the places you simply have to visit. And if you have been to NOLA, then you know how crazy things are down there.

So, for the cops to send in a ton of officers to clear the streets over coronavirus, maybe we should be rethinking how serious it is. 

As stated on NY Post:

“By order of the governor and the mayor, large groups of people are prohibited from congregating together,” an officer told the crowds by loudspeaker early Sunday. “Your actions are jeopardizing public health, and we are directing you to clear the streets and to go home or back to your hotel. Thank you for your cooperation.”

News & Politics 45 641 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T13:49:00-04:00 News & Politics 111 1319 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T13:46:20-04:00 President Donald Trump calls out the mainstream media for irresponsible reporting and then throws his notes on the ground. It's unclear what the notes said. Trump has been at war with the media since the inception of him running for president. When it comes to the media, many outlets have become majorly partisan and push a narrative that is often not the most true thing out there. The media is constantly criticized for hyping things up and even false reporting at times to get better ratings.

News & Politics 19 2201 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:40:16-04:00 News & Politics 98 261 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:40:16-04:00 News & Politics 67 536 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:40:16-04:00 News & Politics 180 899 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:40:16-04:00 News & Politics 196 761 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:40:16-04:00 News & Politics News & Politics 636 369 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:09:49-04:00 Joe Biden is reminded that he opposed sanctuary cities when he was a vice president candidate with Barack Obama. The moderator asks him where he stands now, asking if local police should report illegal immigrants to ICE in a sanctuary city. Biden says "no" and appears to have a blank stare.

News & Politics 19 991 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T12:09:41-04:00 NY's Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo was on CNN giving President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence "kudos" for their quick response on the coronavirus issues. Cuomo said, "kudos where kudos are due."

It may come as a surprise considering how Cuomo often gives the hint that he strongly dislikes the Trump administration, much like a lot of people in New York dislike him as governor.

News & Politics 56 704 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-16T11:55:31-04:00 NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio says we're playing catchup and the federal government should take over the supply chain immediately in most affected areas. He wants it to be treated like we're in wartime with a federalized dynamic and businesses are working 24/7 to get enough supplies out to areas where it's most needed.

News & Politics 35 549 2020-03-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T21:50:50-04:00 Joe Biden said, during his debate with Bernie Sanders, that he does not want to deport anyone in the first 100 days of his administration if he is president. This is odd because Joe Biden was Vice President to former President Barack Obama who historically has the highest number of deportations/removals from the country.

As stated on Snopes, "Statistically, more people were deported from the U.S. during the administration of President Barack Obama than during that of any other president."

Some people who heard Joe Biden say this might speculate that it's difficult to believe Biden would be weak on deportations/removals when he was part of the administration with the highest numbers.

It's worth noting that Snopes also stated, "That statistic was due in large part to a change in how "deportations" are defined rather than to an increase in the number of persons deported."

At this time it's difficult to ponder what Joe Biden would actually do because he's not the president nor is he the DNC nominee at this time, but he's likely going to be as Bernie Sanders struggled on the previous big Tuesday.

News & Politics 18 723 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T21:24:05-04:00 Want to know how to clean up after you have a bowel movement in a socialist nation? That's easy, just crack open the nearest fire hydrant and back that thing up.

News & Politics 7 268 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T20:44:54-04:00 Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are debating and at one point, they bring up the word ebola. After that, Bernie Sanders was accidentally referring to coronavirus as ebola. Sanders eventually realizes his mistake and self-corrects himself.

News & Politics 14 757 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T20:44:48-04:00 Joe Biden's live debate with Bernie Sanders starts off with a gaffe. Joe Biden accidentally said N1H1 when referring to the H1N1 pandemic that broke out in 2009.

News & Politics 11 1610 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T19:51:49-04:00 Chuck shows up and tells everyone his new job is a janitor at a biology lab. Sure enough, this is how Cheers responds and it's probably what bars are doing now whenever someone coughs or sneezes! this Cheers cold open is from S01E22.

News & Politics 60 844 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T19:03:41-04:00 Dr. Oz joined "Fox & Friends" on Sunday morning to discuss the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, and offered some calming, reassuring words.

Noting that President Trump shouldn't have been tested for the virus because he did not fit the criteria and because there aren't enough tests as it is, the famous TV doc nevertheless noted that COVID-19, as it is formally known, has been around in the U.S. for a while now.

"I am positive that I know people who were infected but didn’t realize it because it happened before coronavirus is here," he said. 

"There is someone I know who was actually at a party at the Oscars with the cast members of 'Parasite,' a Korean movie who got fevers, shortness of breath, fatigue. I have no idea if he had coronavirus or not. But he thinks he did," Dr. Oz continued. 

"Now you hear these stories and you are like this has been around," he said, adding that 80 percent of people who catch coronavirus have very mild symptoms. 

News & Politics 646 246 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T19:01:31-04:00 A much younger guy is seen on camera trying to rip a Trump sign from a veteran's yard. That didn't work out so well because the veteran caught the guy with something he was definitely not expecting. The veteran beat an iron pole into the ground and padlocked the Trump sign to it.

He's an iron worker, he knows what he's doing, and the would-be thief was stopped in his tracks.

Literally, the guy stands there and doesn't know what to do, so he leaves.

He's really lucky the veteran didn't get his hand on him, but he knows delivering some solid street justice could've landed him in the slammer - and it just wasn't worth it.

News & Politics 80 1211 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T15:26:47-04:00 A guest on MSNBC's AM Joy says that Fox News has been getting people killed for years. He is talking about how Fox News guests speak of things like Obamacare and talk poorly of it, which is justified because Obamacare (in my personal opinion) has not worked out very well and is very expensive.

News & Politics 38 978 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T15:21:47-04:00 President Donald Trump notifies everyone that the United States is using the full power of the federal government to help with the coronavirus situation. The House recently passed a tax bill that will provide paid leave and tax credits among other things.

Through social distancing, washing our hands more regularly, and practicing clean and safe hygiene as normal, we should be able to get through this no problem.

News & Politics 60 307 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T15:17:10-04:00 U.S. Surgeon General VADM Jerome M. Adams goes live on video to give a solid message about why social distancing is helpful. It protects the people around you, especially the older generation who might be more susceptible to catching any illness that. The younger generations might have stronger immune systems, so they have a little bit of extra protection. But we should all do our part for the next week or so just to help out.

Adams says:

Social distancing and mitigation-- they're not to protect the 30-year-old or the 20-year-old from getting coronavirus. They are to protect your nana, your granddaddy, the people you love in your lives and we need your help. We all have a role to play

News & Politics 86 487 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T15:10:54-04:00 Retired General Mike Flynn's lawyer has a lot to say about what was allegedly on Anthony Weiner's laptop and she wants President Trump to do something with it. Her name is Sidney Powell and she said the contents of Weiner's laptop was so graphic that hardened police officers who've seen their share of terrible things actually had to step aside and throw up.

Add some Hillary Clinton emails to the mix and that could spell even more big revelations if someone gets the laptop and investigates it.

Powell says in the video above:

So one of the things, if I were the president I’d do, is demand the Anthony Weiner laptop and get it to the most trusted person in the military to take apart everything on it, and then start using it... There’s a LOT that can be prosecuted, I have no doubt, on that laptop... In fact, I heard that the New York Police officer who saw some of it, even though they’re hardened investigators, literally had to go throw up. It’s bad.

So what will Trump do about this? Will Trump get the laptop investigated after the coronavirus settles?

News & Politics 60 4607 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T13:00:14-04:00 A reporter was aggressively asking President Trump questions about coronavirus and if he's getting tested and will he share the results.

Trump got test and results were negative.

The reporter seemed really intense though, not the most calm reporter I've heard. Maybe it was her first time talking to the President of the United States.

News & Politics 19 878 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-15T12:57:04-04:00 As a result of the coronavirus and businesses closing, people staying home, and the entire country being affected, the House has passed H.R. 6201 which is called the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.

This is designed to help families and small businesses who suffer any monetary losses or struggles while the coronavirus is cleared up.

Peter Navarro talks of the stimulus in the video above while, below, Kelly Phillips Erb of Forbes highlights what the bill includes:

Funding for nutrition assistance programs. Specifically, funds are designated for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children (WIC) and the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). Also, there is a provision to allow state plans to provide food assistance to households with children who would otherwise receive free or reduced-price meals if not for their schools being closed due to the COVID-19 emergency.

Funding for the Senior Nutrition Program in the Administration for Community Living (ACL). Provides approximately 25 million additional home-delivered and pre-packaged meals to low-income seniors, including those with chronic illnesses and disabilities, who depend on the Senior Nutrition programs in their communities.

Reimbursement for COVID-19 diagnostic testing and services provided to those without health insurance.

Funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Funds will cover the costs of COVID-19 diagnostic testing for veterans receiving care through Medical Services or through Medical Community Care.

Job-protected leave. Government employees and employees of employers with fewer than 500 employees who have been on the job for at least 30 days will have the right to take job-protected leave. The leave can be used for quarantine due to exposure to or symptoms of coronavirus; to care for an at-risk family member quarantined due to exposure to or symptoms of coronavirus; and to care for a child of an employee if the child’s school or child care has been closed or is unavailable due to coronavirus.

Emergency transfers for Unemployment Compensation administration. The bill provides $1 billion for emergency grants to states for activities related to processing and paying unemployment insurance benefits.

Health plan testing coverage. The bill requires private health plans to provide coverage for COVID-19 diagnostic testing, including the cost of a provider, urgent care center, and emergency room visits. Also, Medicare Part B and Advantage, TRICARE, Medicaid, and CHIP must cover expenses for provider visits during which a COVID-19 test is administered or ordered.

Tax credits for paid sick and paid family and medical leave. The bill provides for a refundable tax credit equal to 100% of qualified paid sick or family leave wages paid by an employer for each calendar quarter. The tax credit is allowed against the employer portion of Social Security taxes. The credit applies to amounts paid to employees who are sick or quarantined; a lesser credit applies to amounts paid to employees caring for a family member or for a child whose school or place of care has been closed. Caps and limits apply.

Tax credits for leave apply to self-employed individuals, too. Self-employed individuals qualify for the refundable credits, too, including those who must self-isolate, obtain a diagnosis, or comply with a self-isolation recommendation for coronavirus. Again, those self-employed individuals caring for a family member or for a child whose school or place of care has been closed due to coronavirus, are allowed a lesser refundable tax credit. As with employees, caps and limits apply.

News & Politics 140 1888 2020-03-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T22:08:30-04:00 News & Politics News & Politics 78 790 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T22:08:30-04:00 News & Politics Film & Animation 36 861 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T22:08:30-04:00 News & Politics 1094 2805 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T17:24:54-04:00 A man who no longer wished to be stuck in quarantine at a "coronavirus hotel" took matters in to his own hands and left the building.  security guard tried to stop him, but it didn't work. The guy was OUT and he was gonna live his life, despite some people panicking when he left.

The man stopped at a store and allegedly shoplifted, then hopped on a bus, and he eventually tested negative for coronavirus - putting everyone at ease if they were freaking out.

The motel is located in Seattle and was being used as housing for people who might have coronavirus. When the man left, there were some who may have panicked, but it ended up being just fine as the test results came in and the man was in the clear.

Yahoo News reported more, saying:

The man arrived Thursday while awaiting test results, according to a statement from King County, which recently bought the site in a suburb south of Seattle to ease the burden on local hospitals. At around 7:30 a.m., he crossed the street to a convenience store, allegedly shoplifted, and then caught a northbound bus. The bus was taken out of service to be sanitized.

The innovative move by county officials to buy and repurpose an 85-room Econo Lodge in Kent drew a swift rebuke from locals who feared the spread of the virus nearby. The man who walked out was only the second resident, according to the statement. The first tested negative for the disease and departed.

Many businesses, sports leagues, and places where people can gather in quantity are closing until the coronavirus situation simmers down. Many school districts are also closed for the next few weeks.

During this time, people are being asked to practice some social distancing and even stay home in hopes to slow the spread of coronavirus as people work for a cure, treat those infected, and hope for the best.

Video credit Ryan Yamamoto on Twitter.

News & Politics 47 2556 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T17:00:43-04:00 Rep. Louie Gohmert says it's 'hard to believe' that Phil Haney would commit suicide. Gohmert and Steve King both seem suspicious of the incident in which Haney was found dead of a gunshot wound and have since raised alarms about it.

As stated previously on The Blaze:

Two Republican lawmakers — Reps. Louie Gohmert (Texas) and Steve King (Iowa) — are sounding the alarm over the death of Philip Haney, the former Homeland Security official turned whistleblower during the Obama administration.

In little-noticed speeches on the House floor on Feb. 28, both congressmen bucked claims that Haney died by suicide.

"I'm standing on the floor here saying, Madame Speaker, I don't believe that Phil Haney committed suicide," King said. "I expect that we're going to get a thorough investigation. The evidence that is coming to me indicates that he was murdered."

"Phil often said, 'I would never commit suicide,'" King explained, adding that he was a good friend of Haney's.

It has been considered both disturbing and mysterious that Haney was found with a gunshot wound in his chest, but several people insist he wouldn't have done it.

Many answers might be out there, but what are the chances anyone will ever know?

News & Politics 197 837 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T16:15:42-04:00 New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio said during an interview on MSNBC Saturday that the U.S. faces a "war-like" situation in battling the coronavirus and as such "nationalization" of industries should take place.

After host Joy Reid said it seems "insane" that people can't get tested for the virus in "modern" New York, the mayor said that they were available on a "priority" basis.

"But there's not enough testing, it's just as simple as that," he continued. 

"This is a war-like situation, we are in a war-time scenario with a Mar-a-Lago attitude being used by the federal government," de Blasio said, a reference to President Trump's Florida resort. 

News & Politics 115 1638 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T16:15:42-04:00 President Trump became a little agitated at NBC News White House correspondent Kelly O'Donnell as she aggressively questioned him about his handshaking during the coronavirus outbreak.

"You’re sending mixed messages. When watching you, you shook hands with people yesterday. You have talked about five million tests being available. We probably won’t need that many. Has your own sense of urgency evolved?  And are you changing what you’re doing?" O'Donnell pressed.

"No, I’ve been urgent.  This is urgent for me frankly right from the beginning.  You know that because I closed off our country to China," the president responded.

She pressed, "But why are you shaking hands, sir?" 

As the president attempted to explain that it's just a form of habit, O'Donnell interrupted, leading Trump to interject, "Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Just take it nice and easy. Just relax."

News & Politics 128 1337 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T16:15:42-04:00 Sky News Australia journalist Rita Panahi cast doubt on former Vice President Joe Biden's cognitive abilities during her program last week, insinuating that he has made too many gaffes for them to be simple mistakes.

Rather, Panahi said that it appears as though the leading Democratic presidential contender has mental acuity issues that he can't seem to overcome. 

“No matter how hard the Democrats and their allies in the media try, Biden’s cognitive issues can no longer be ignored," she said. 

"There is simply too much footage of these… Charlie Sheen levels of confusion to gaslight the American public," Panahi added. 

"Biden has appeared frail, perplexed and just odd on too many public occasions. So much so that his campaign workers have been accused of elder abuse."

News & Politics 406 2223 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T16:10:10-04:00 That's not how this works. A Hindu group in India is now drinking cow urine in hope to ward off the coronavirus.  They believe in this theory so much that they hosted a cow urine drinking party to see if it works.

They're doing this because they believe a cow is "sacred" and that cow urine serves medicinal purposes, but it's not exactly proven. In fact, quite the opposite according to Fox News.

But experts have repeatedly asserted that cow urine does not cure illnesses like cancer and there is no evidence that it can prevent coronavirus, according to Reuters.

The party hosted by Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha (All India Hindu Union) drew a crowd of 200 people in New Delhi, according to Reuters.

“We have been drinking cow urine for 21 years, we also take bath in cow dung. We have never felt the need to consume English medicine,” Om Prakash, an attendee told Reuters.

Photographers snapped pictures as Chakrapani Maharaj, the chief of the All India Hindu Union placed a spoon filled with cow urine near the face of a caricature of the coronavirus.

First we had Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez talking about cow farts.

Now we have people in India drinking cow urine.

And with that, I'm done talking about cows for the day.

News & Politics 15 701 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:27-04:00 Cops showed up to bust a party at the University of Dayton. The officers were using some non-lethal rounds to disperse the crowd. Some news outlets reported that students were rioting, but it was probably more like a really big party.

NY Post reported:

Students at the University of Dayton in Ohio broke out into a riot after the school announced the suspension of classes and on-campus housing amid concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, according to reports.

Police from several agencies responded to the university after a report that a crowd of over 1,000 people had congregated Tuesday night and refused to disperse, the Dayton Daily News reported.

“A large disorderly crowd that grew to more than 1,000 people gathered on Lowes Street starting around 11 p.m., throwing objects and bottles in the street and at police, and jumping on cars,” the school said in a statement.

“Police gave verbal orders to disperse which were ignored. Police initially launched pepper balls, which contain powder with an irritant that disperses quickly, that were unsuccessful in reducing the crowd size.

News & Politics 207 1900 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:27-04:00 News & Politics 186 2036 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:26-04:00 News & Politics 507 379 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:26-04:00 News & Politics 151 434 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:26-04:00 News & Politics 50 591 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T15:01:26-04:00 News & Politics 233 1072 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T14:40:19-04:00 A woman in New Mexico was busted by police and she tried telling them she was famous singer, Beyonce Knowles! Cops arrested the 48-year-old when she was caught in a stolen car, and that's when it became absolutely hilarious.

The first thing I would do if caught stealing a car is tell someone I'm one of the most well known singers in the entertainment industry. For all the police know, I could be Justin Bieber. And until they get the fingerprint kit, I'm gonna hold to my story!

Fox News gave the report, saying:

A New Mexico woman was arrested Saturday after stealing a car and telling police she was none other than superstar Beyoncé Knowles, according to court documents.

A police officer spotted 48-year-old Surena Henry in a stolen car and tried to conduct a traffic stop, the Las Cruces Sun News reported, citing the documents.

But Henry ignored the officer and drove home, the report said. When the officer confronted Henry, she reportedly refused to give her real name. She claimed to be the “Single Ladies” singer.

Police said officers had to use fingerprints to properly identify her.

Henry later told officers that she found the keys inside the car and decided to take it for a joyride, KTSM-TV reported. She reportedly said she didn’t feel like stopping when she saw the emergency lights.

Henry was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle, concealing identity, and resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, police said.

At least she's got a good story to tell some grandkids!

Video credit KRQE

Opinions 27 952 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T14:19:30-04:00 A man in Italy has taken social distancing to another level to prevent himself from getting coronavirus, as seen on ABC News. They posted on their account, "This Italian man took a unique approach to social distancing at a market in Rome" and shared the video. The response was as expected.

News & Politics 13 1725 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T14:03:28-04:00 Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker speaks about the Coronavirus outbreak and gives sound advice. Don't fill your basement with 2 years of canned soup, wash your hands, don't cough on people, have some social distancing, and embrace common sense so we can all make a difference and defeat this highly contagious sickness.

News & Politics 113 501 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T14:02:58-04:00 President Trump has been criticized up and down, but Ambassador Deborah Birx suggests that his administration is delivering "innovative solutions" at an "unprecedented speed" to help with the coronavirus pandemic in America.

News & Politics 94 922 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T14:02:34-04:00 You don't see this everyday. CNN's Dana Bash gives a subtle compliment to President Donald Trump's "show of force" in the coronavirus response, saying his partnerships with other groups to help figure it all out should make people feel a little bit better.

News & Politics 27 889 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-14T12:42:54-04:00 President Donald Trump was pressured by a reporter about if he would be tested or not. Today, ABC News reports that President Trump has taken the test for coronavirus. The results are pending as test results are not immediate.

News & Politics 26 872 2020-03-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T21:48:30-04:00 Democrat candidate Joe Biden's first virtual town hall was a complete disaster ruined by technical difficulties, and that doesn't even include the part where Joe started talking.

Biden had to cancel a rally in Chicago because of the coronavirus, so they decided to have a town hall on the Internet.

That should've been easy, but of course, the people in politics have no idea what they're doing when it comes to simple technology and they flubbed it on the first try.

They wanted people to participate, but the people behind the scenes made it way too complicated and messed it all up because they were trying use Zoom, which allows people to have online conferences. But - they were using Facebook live and were going to broadcast the Zoom screen on Facebook live - completely pointless.

Here's why.

They could've streamed on Facebook live - just turn on the phone and start talking. Then, to allow people to participate, they could have had someone on the side reading questions from the comments and Joe Biden could have answered those questions live on video.

Or, Joe Biden could have used Twitch or YouTube and did the same thing - read questions from the live chat or comments and answer them live.

You know, the most absolutely easiest way possible to do this.

But no.

Joe Biden's campaign f-cked it all up, and none of this even includes Joe Biden when he started talking and the comment club yelled "HE'S GOT DEMENTIA!" However, dementia has not been diagnosed professionally, but many people believe Biden has it.

Let's just put it like this, if a guy running for president and his team can't figure out how to use Facebook live, then how are they going to run a country?

Opinions 24 4199 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T21:01:23-04:00 Some guy went to Chick-fil-A to get a free water and to tell them they are a horrible corporation who gives money to hate groups.

News & Politics 59 3056 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T17:23:54-04:00 President Donald Trump has waived student loan interest while the coronavirus pandemic takes place. Student loan interest rates are already too high and the banks are just ripping people off at this point anyway. Student loan interest rate should be 1-3% at most and banks will still generate tons of revenue.

Trump would do better if he said student loan payments were on hold for 1-2 months while the coronavirus is taken care of. Some students will be out of work if they're sent home for for a few weeks and will miss the payments - not because they're irresponsible, but because their job might be closed and they aren't being paid when they're not there. Putting school loans on hold for a bit would be a smart move.

News & Politics 62 620 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:43:44-04:00 A Costco in Brooklyn was the scene of mild mayhem amid the coronavirus outbreak. Chaos ensued while people were waiting in line and some of them started arguing and yelling at each other. Someone in the video sees a woman wearing a mask and says, “don’t let her touch me with that cart.”

News & Politics 45 3373 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:40:40-04:00 Fears of being quarantined have people flocking to stores and clearing the shelves of everything they can buy. With mass crowds comes hysteria and fights are starting to break out in several stores across the country.

Everything Georgia posted a video showing a fight where someone was allegedly stabbed with a wine bottle. They posted on their Twitter profile, "A man was stabbed with a wine bottle over a pack of water at a Sam's Club in Hiram" and the video shows two people fighting and someone eventually being taken out on a stretcher.

WSBTV reported:

Police said a man was in the aisles in a motorized shopping cart, when another family trying to get to the same spot. The man in the motorized shopping cart hit the family’s cat, which is when a woman in the family hit the man.

Then, police said men from both parties grabbed wine bottles and started hitting each other.

Both were hurt and wine bottles were smashed.

Since charges are still pending, the names of the people involved have not been released.

Police dispelled rumors that the fight was over water, toilet paper, hand sanitizer or any other supplies connected to preventing the coronavirus.

News & Politics 26 12387 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:30:25-04:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the Coronavirus Response Bill that supposedly puts "families first" and should be providing free testing for coronavirus. However, Nancy Pelosi was recently targeted by an article on Daily Caller that said White House officials accused Pelosi of trying to slip an abortion "slush fund" in with this bill.

As stated on CBS News, about the spending bill:

"The American people expect and deserve a coordinated, science-based and whole of government response," Pelosi said, adding that the legislation is "focused directly on providing support for America's families who must be our first priority."

Pelosi emphasized the package's provision to provide tests free of cost, saying: "The three most important parts of this bill are testing, testing, testing."

News & Politics 291 2828 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:22:41-04:00 Democrat candidate Joe Biden says he's "perplexed" about former Democratic candidates endorsing him. Democrat candidates such as Cory Booker and Kamala Harris have so far endorsed him as the DNC nominee.

News & Politics 31 1386 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:22:29-04:00 Bernie Sanders defends himself and refuses to regret his previous supportive comments about communist Fidel Castro. Sanders was supportive of Castro's literacy program. However, being vocally supportive of a known communist like Castro is not a good look in today's political world.

News & Politics 133 551 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:21:55-04:00 It's an odd day when CNN's Jake Tapper decides to roast Joe Biden. Tapper says Biden will face challenges because he's not always "sure on his feet" - and readers can take that any way they wish.

News & Politics 23 622 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:21:48-04:00 This is the DNC chair, Tom Perez, who says that whatever "unites" him with socialist Bernie Sanders "far exceeds" their differences. However, many people criticizing both of them might say that Joe and Bernie are very close, but Biden is more pro-war and was supportive of Obamacare, whereas Sanders wants free healthcare for all; paid for by our taxes, which means it's not free. Credit PBS News Hour

News & Politics 44 676 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T16:04:15-04:00 America might be "ahead of the curve" thanks to Trump placing restrictions on travel, which could have prevented people infected with COVID-19 from entering the country and spreading it further.

OAN reported:

In an interview Friday, Dr. Anthony Fauci noted that Italy is seeing a high number of cases because it didn’t prevent an influx of infected individuals. He said if a country takes aggressive measures while the number of cases are still low then the nation will still see sick and dying people, but far fewer than in other countries.

The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH) also said the early travel ban on people from China, followed by the European ban, was a “very smart move.”

Trump has been criticized up and down by Democrats for the travel restrictions, but those preventative measures were put in place to slow the spread of coronavirus.

News & Politics 65 732 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T15:48:23-04:00 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) told Fox News' Brett Baier that the reason why Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is falling farther behind former VP Joe Biden in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination is because of "voter fraud."

AOC, as she is known, became an early supporter of Sanders and has joined him often on the campaign trail.

Knowing that, Baier asked her, if his "progressive viewpoint" is ascending among Americans,  why is Sanders slipping further behind a candidate seen as more moderate.

"Well, I think one thing that isn't being talked about is the rampant voter suppression," she said. 

News & Politics 64 993 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T15:48:23-04:00 Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said that President Trump "took so much heat" for his early decision to ban travel to the U.S. from China over coronavirus, but his actions saved lives.

In an interview Friday with Fox News, Azar also said the president's early actions bought health officials in the U.S. "time" to ramp up and deal with a slow-but-steady spread of COVID-19.

Azar also praised the president's subsequent actions, and noted that other health experts have thanked Trump for dealing decisively and quickly with the outbreak when infection rates were still very low in the U.S.

"I was so proud to be with the president as he took the single boldest action I think a president has ever taken to protect the American public health with the travel restrictions from Europe," he said. 

News & Politics 47 478 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T15:43:56-04:00 President Donald Trump has officially declared the United States to be in a national emergency amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Information from ABC News:

As the number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases and deaths continue to rise in the United States, Americans are hunkering down and more and more schools, sports leagues and amusement parks are closing.

There are at least 1,701 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. and 40 coronavirus-related deaths, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

Globally there are over 137,000 cases.

News & Politics 97 307 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T14:51:26-04:00 The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases credited President Trump's quick travel ban on China as the primary reason why coronavirus did not spread wider and more quickly in the U.S.

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program Friday that because of that early ban, along with a new travel ban on Europe, puts the U.S. "ahead of the curve" in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

"What that did is it prevented the major influx from China" of coronavirus, where the outbreak originated. 

Had Trump delayed that decision or not made it, Fauci seems to indicate, many more Americans would be infected today.  Fauci also stated that U.S. is failing in terms of testing for the illness.

News & Politics 34 1266 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T14:39:27-04:00 President Donald Trump did not realize the mic was on as they were getting ready to record something from the Oval Office. Trump apparently had an ink stain on his clothes, or something along those lines, and dropped the F-bomb, saying 'oh f-ck.'

Anyone complaining needs to check their own vocabulary.

News & Politics 9 251 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T00:12:42-04:00 Numerous liberal media pundits and commentators, and even some Democratic members of government, are suggesting that it's racist or xenophobic to say "Chinese coronavirus" or "Wuhan coronavirus" - or any variation of that.

However, the left wing media has been saying these terms, and variations of it, for weeks. All of a sudden, they now call it racist. Credit MRCTV.


News & Politics 127 778 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-13T00:12:12-04:00 Democratic Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley suggests that racism is increasing because of people worrying about coronavirus. She mentions Chinese restaurants in this short clip, suggesting that people aren't eating there because the COVID-19 started in China. However, many people are simply not eating at restaurants in general, or going out as much in public, which has contributed to declines for many businesses.

News & Politics 71 1777 2020-03-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T23:25:28-04:00 Actor James Woods has a lot to say about Nancy Pelosi and he's getting quite the amount of attention over his latest mockery of the House Speaker. Woods wrote, "I love these ridiculous clowns who contend they can do better than President Trump. This booze-and-Botox besotted old bag can’t manage her dentures, much less a pandemic. Between her and Biden, they can barely manage to put a coherent sentence together."

The response to this was entertaining.

News & Politics 24 6670 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T22:13:20-04:00 Sports Sports 331 362 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T20:00:36-04:00 President Donald Trump was talking about Democrats canceling events and made a sarcastic comment that "no on" goes to Democrat rallies anyway - so what difference does it make? In hindsight, some people do actually attend Democrat events, however Trump generally draws a massive audience compared to Democrats. The Democrat candidates don't usually draw nearly as much attention. For example, Joe Biden did an event in a high school gym, Elizabeth Warren did one in a bowling alley, etc...

News & Politics 15 2480 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T19:25:35-04:00 Didn't think we would see the day where Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went on Fox News, but here we are. She's talking about coronavirus testing.

News & Politics 34 2574 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T18:30:15-04:00 President Trump on Thursday during a Q&A session with reporters at the White House gave some insight into how he sees the 2020 Democratic presidential race shaping up.

The president said he believes that if other candidates had dropped out of the race sooner, former VP Joe Biden would have more delegates now and possibly even enough to have already captured the nomination.

But the he said he's going to be "very happy to run" against the former vice president because, after all, he decided to run in 2016 because of the previous administration. 

News & Politics 53 630 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T18:30:14-04:00 CNN host Don Lemon raised his voice and appeared to get angry at guest John Kasich after the former Republican governor of Ohio and 2016 presidential contender praised President Trump over his nationally televised coronavirus address.

“I thought he did fine,” said Kasich, who has been critical of the president on several occasions in the past. “What I saw tonight is what I anticipated before he delivered the address. Mr. President, you’ve got to be serious. You’ve got to warn the country. We have to move forward. And just stick to the script and read what’s on there. And that’s exactly what he did.”

Those words did not sit well with Lemon.

"I've just got to say it, [Trump] came out to calm people's fears. He didn't do a good job of it because they had to come back and clarify it several times," Lemon shot back. "I don't understand why you are tiptoeing around it."

Kasich then tried to explain another point but Lemon cut him off, even after Kasich pleaded, "Can I talk?"

News & Politics 140 1118 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T18:30:08-04:00 A meme video posted on Twitter by EMPIntelligenceNet focuses on Joe Biden appearing to fall apart mentally and also focuses on his campaign and history in general. His mental cognition appears to be on the decline, but there is no medical statement suggesting that he has dementia.

News & Politics 91 746 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T15:44:29-04:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) appeared to become agitated at a reporter on Thursday as she was giving the media a briefing on legislation aimed at providing relief to Americans suffering financially due to the coronavirus outbreak.

At one point after a reporter asked if she would be willing to remain in Washington, D.C., for the next 24-48 hours waiting for "compromise" language on the legislation offered by Republicans.

"We don't need 48 hours, we need to just make a decision to help families right now," Pelosi said at one point, smacking the podium.

"I'm not sticking around because they don't want to agree to language," she added.

Congress is set to adjourn for district work sessions all next week. 

News & Politics 132 9786 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T15:40:56-04:00 Sports 0 182 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T15:00:28-04:00 CNN's Jim Acosta says Trump's comment about coronavirus "smacks of xenophobia" despite the fact that coronavirus originated in China, therefore making it a foreign virus. Trump didn't say anything wrong, he was actually just being accurate and informative.

Jim Acosta is wrong.

News & Politics 43 678 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-12T14:26:25-04:00 President Donald Trump has banned travel from Europe to the United States for the next 30 days amid the coronavirus outbreak. Trump released this information during an address to the country, from the Oval Office. They're also discussing pay roll tax relief to help workers.

News & Politics 568 331 2020-03-12 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T18:48:27-04:00 Former First Lady Michelle Obama once referred to Harvey Weinstein as a good friend, a wonderful human being, and she is right here on video saying it herself. Harvey Weinstein has now been found guilty of rape and sentenced to 23 years in jail.

News & Politics 36 1548 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T18:48:17-04:00 Here's a bunch of celebrities who've been quite supportive of Harvey Weinstein over the years. Meanwhile, the guy is off to jail for some very dirty crimes. Did these celebrities know what Harvey Weinstein was doing?

News & Politics 135 1392 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T18:14:36-04:00 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T18:13:54-04:00 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T13:28:03-04:00 Bernie Sanders, who got fairly crushed this Tuesday in primary elections, made an announcement today and part of it lashed out at President Donald Trump.

Sanders said about Trump, "He is a racist, a sexist, a homophobe, a xenophobe and a religious bigot and he must be defeated, and I will do everything in my power to make that happen."

Many believe Bernie Sanders will at some point endorse Joe Biden as it slowly becomes more clear that he is most likely not going to be the DNC nomination to run against Trump in the 2020 election. Video credit: ABC

News & Politics 36 1868 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T12:31:43-04:00 News & Politics News & Politics 264 466 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T12:21:34-04:00 A woman posted a video where she demands men to be more than feminist and not patriarchal or misogynist in the active campaign against climate denial.

News & Politics 25 1053 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T12:01:43-04:00 News & Politics News & Politics 149 578 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T10:27:24-04:00 Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is on video suggesting that people aren't eating at Asian restaurants due to "straight up racism" over the coronavirus. She prefaces her statement by saying that it "sounds silly to say" and then goes into her point of suggesting restaurants are losing money over lack of customers.

She said, as quoted by John Gage of the Washington Examiner:

Honestly, it sounds almost so silly to say, but there's a lot of restaurants that are feeling the pain of racism," the New York Democrat said Tuesday night on Instagram Live. "People are literally not patroning Chinese restaurants. They're not patroning Asian restaurants because of just straight-up racism around the coronavirus.

Gage's report goes into what could really be causing the lack of business for many, not just Asian restaurants.

For starters, the coronavirus, aka, COVID-19, started in Wuhan, China and has in fact hurt several Chinese businesses in New York. However, it should be noted that this is due to people avoiding the public in general and going out to eat less. In theory, that means many businesses, not just Asian restaurants, are seeing a potentially slower flow of customers. Not because of racism, but because people are staying home until the coronavirus clears up.

It should also be noted, as stated in Gage's article, that the beer Corona, made by Anheuser-Busch, suffered $285 million loss in revenue, even though there is absolutely no connection between Corona beer and COVID-19, coronavirus.

News & Politics 21 3485 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T00:16:08-04:00 Joe Biden pretty much wiped out Bernie Sanders tonight and Tulsi Gabbard was knocked out of the next debate. That put Joe Biden in the position to give a little victory speech in Philadelphia after taking home a few more primary states.

Well, during that speech, something odd appears to have happened with Joe Biden's mouth.

His speech was fine, but there's a split second where we can't tell if his teeth are popping out of position or he's just got a nervous tick because he might have to actually run for president, for real now.

The source of this video is here, a random account on Twitter.

If this is doctored, please update me as soon as possible.

However, keep in mind that Biden had some issues with teeth before.

See here:

According to the NY Post, "Biden apparently has undergone significant cosmetic surgery in recent decades, including getting hair plugs, Botox injections and veneers."

His teeth popping out is not out of the ordinary for him.

Opinions 4 2632 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-11T00:05:33-04:00 Chief political correspondent from Politico, Tim Alberta, posted this video showing Joe Biden's adviser, Symone Sanders, get knocked to the floor when protesters disrupted a Biden's speech. Alberta wrote, "Here’s close-up footage of the scrum at Biden’s Detroit event, when Green New Deal protesters interrupted his speech At some point Biden’s senior adviser/head of security ?

@SymoneDSanders entered the fray and got knocked down; you can see a cop helping her up at 1:45 mark."

The protesters are from the Sunrise Movement. Some were holding signs that said "Jobs for All" or "Green New Deal Now." They were chanting things like, "hey hey, ho ho, Joe Biden has got to go" and it got fairly messy to the point Sanders was on the floor being helped up by police.

Here's Alberta's thread on it, with some advice to young journalists.


News & Politics 138 633 2020-03-11 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T23:06:32-04:00 Mike Pence made a major announcement that mostly all of the big insurance companies will waive co-pays and treatment costs for anyone testing or having the coronavirus. Pence also says there will be no surprise charges or fees.

Mairead McArdle of National Review wrote:

“All the insurance companies here either today or before today have agreed to waive all co-pays on coronavirus testing and extend coverage for coronavirus treatment in all of their benefit plans,” Pence said.

“We’re bringing all of the businesses of the country to bear to protect the health of the American people,” the vice president said.

Telemedicine will also be covered so that seniors, who are particularly vulnerable to the virus, will “not feel it necessary to go to a hospital or go to their doctor” and risk infection. Medicare and Medicaid will cover coronavirus testing and treatment as well.

“We want people to get tested,” Pence said, adding that over a million coronavirus tests are out now and more than four million more will go out this week.

The major health insurance companies have also promised no “surprise billing” and will also work with the administration to convey information on how to prevent the spread of the virus, Pence said.

Despite what Mike Pence says, we know how insurance companies work and there's always a catch. Hopefully there isn't this time, but we will keep our eyes open for any further official updates from insurance companies that are put in writing.

News & Politics 80 421 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T14:41:12-04:00 The White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham has relayed the information that President Donald Trump is not currently getting tested for coronavirus, despite being in contact with congressmembers who have self-quarantined after going to CPAC and possibly being in contact with one person who tested positive.

At this time, Trump has no symptoms of COVID-19, so the White House doctor says there's no need for testing unless symptoms arrive, as reported by CBS News.

Grisham said, "The President has not received COVID-19 testing because he has neither had prolonged close contact with any known confirmed COVID-19 patients, nor does he have any symptoms" and that Trump "remains in excellent health, and his physician will continue to closely monitor him."

The CDC guidelines suggest that testing is based on symptoms and history of exposure to COVID-19.

As of now, at least four members of Congress, all GOP members, have self quarantined themselves after attending the CPAC conference in Washington.

They are Ted Cruz, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar, and Doug Collins.

CBS reports that Gaetz had traveled on Air Force One with Trump, but has not expressed having any symptoms. Gaets has still been tested, but the results are not in yet.

Rep. Collins shook hands with Trump last week and even took a trip to the CDC with him.

News & Politics 74 370 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T14:08:22-04:00 The scene was chaotic as consumers grabbed large packages of toilet paper amid the coronavirus outbreak. If told to remain indoors, people want to make sure they have enough toilet paper to get through the quarantine.

News & Politics 36 3022 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T12:54:39-04:00 Joe Biden is talking with a man among a group of blue collar voters. They're discussing the 2A and if Biden will take away guns. Biden says he will not. They continue talking, Biden tells him he's "full of sh*t" and "gimme a break, man."

Biden accidentally says AR-14 instead of AR-15.

They're also talking about rounds, and then someone says "you're pushing up on me" and it seems to escalate into harsh words, but it doesn't go anywhere at the end.

News & Politics 89 5165 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T00:35:11-04:00 Joe Biden was at a Detroit high school gymnasium trying to pull some votes for the Michigan's primary. As the camera is zoomed in on Biden, it looks like an absolutely packed house in the Renaissance High School gymnasium. However, the camera begins to pan out a bit and you can see it's just one section of bleachers and some folks on the ground level.

It remains unclear if there are people outside of the gym, people on the other side on the bleachers, or people who were outside of the building.

Freep reported:

The night before Michigan's presidential primary, former Vice President Joe Biden came to Detroit on Monday, looking for votes, volunteers and campaign cash.

"Michigan, I’m counting on you in a big way," he told the crowd of about 1,000 people at Renaissance High School. "This is a state we have to win in November. I spent a lot of time in this state,"  adding he worked side-by-side with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan when the city was going through bankruptcy. "I’ve always believed in Detroit, like I’ve always believed in Michigan."

Critics are doubting there was 1,000 people in attendance, but it remains unclear what the attendance was and it's difficult to tell outside of this short video clip.

Trump said one of his latest events had 40,000-50,000 people in attendance. However, it was at a location which has a max capacity of around 11,000. Even with the overflow outside, it would be tough to get to 40,000.

Trump may not have known the actual numbers until after the event.

Newsweek stated:

Trump's rally in Manchester, New Hampshire was held at the SNHU arena, a venue with a capacity of up to 11,700. The crowd in an overflow area outside the venue was not large enough to make Trump's claim of at least 40,000 likely.

Despite not likely making it to the 40,000 or 50,000 Trump hoped for, his 11,700 inside was still much larger than Joe Biden's high school event in Detroit. It makes a good comparison in terms of popularity for both candidates.

One candidate, if comparing just those two events, seems much more popular than the other.

News & Politics 24 26184 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-10T00:07:39-04:00 California's Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom has officially offered praise to President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on how they've handled the situation with the cruise ships and passengers with coronavirus.

Newsom also seems to welcome the support given to California, who is in a state of emergency.

As quoted by Newsweek, Newsom said "We had a private conversation, but he said, 'We're gonna do the right thing' and 'You have my support, all of our support, logistically and otherwise.'"

Newsom also stated that Trump "said everything I could have hoped for," and "we had a very long conversation and every single thing he said, they followed through on."

Is the coronavirus going to bring the Democrats and Republicans together?

Some of the biggest developments this week, according to ABC News:

Sunday's biggest developments:

  • U.S. death toll increased to 22
  • Ted Cruz, Paul Gosar announce self-quarantine after exposure at CPAC
  • 133 people have died in Italy in the last 24 hours
  • First COVID-19 patient dies in Egypt
  • Oregon declares state of emergency
  • Grand Princess cruise ship to dock in Oakland
News & Politics 62 168 2020-03-10 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T23:58:06-04:00 President Donald Trump once called Washington state's Democratic Governor, Jay Inslee, a "snake," but now he's chatting it up with Vice President Mike Pence on getting the coronavirus stopped. Despite the feud between Trump, it seems like progress is being made with Pence and Inslee to help figure out how to contain and end the coronavirus.

Trump called Inslee a "snake" and didn't want Pence to give him any compliments. As seen on Fox News:

Trump on Saturday called Inslee “a snake” and said he told Pence not be complimentary to him.

“I told Mike [Pence] not to be complimentary of that governor because that governor is a snake,” Trump said, during a stop at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. “So Mike may be happy with him but I'm not, OK?”

That was all because of a tweet that Inslee posted last month that criticized the White House and told them to "stick to facts" when talking about the coronavirus.

The Fox News article continued, saying:

Trump’s comment comes following a tweet by Inslee last month in which the Washington governor said he spoke with Pence – who is heading the White House’s coronavirus task force – and asked the vice president for the administration to stick to facts when discussing the outbreak of the virus. Trump has attempted to downplay the severity of the outbreak and has been roundly criticized for floating his own hunches on when the virus will subside.

On the flip side it seems like Inslee and Pence are working well together. Inslee has also complimented the government's response.

However, there looms another problem.

Only $2.5 billion in aid was requested but $8.3 billion was approved.

While Inslee and Trump have their differences, people like us want to know how that spending bill got so high and what's really in it.

The spending package passed a vote 96-1, overwhelmingly, with only a few people in disagreement over the amount it includes.

News & Politics 20 214 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T15:43:19-04:00 U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), who ended his 2020 presidential campaign in January, formally endorsed his one-time rival, Joe Biden, on Monday, saying he is a "strong leader" whom he agrees with on key issues like racial and economic justice.

But following a debate in September, Booker -- during an interview with CNN -- appeared to question the former vice president's mental fitness. 

"There are definitely moments when you listen to Joe Biden and you just wonder," Booker said, noting that at one point during the debate Biden began "meandering" about "record players," which have been out of fashion as music players for years. 

News & Politics 38 524 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T15:20:51-04:00 Some people in Northern Italy saw their water turn to wine when they opened the faucets. Turns out there was a big malfunction that caused wine to flow through people's pipelines by accident. Fox 8 reported, "A malfunction at a winery caused wine to leak into the water pipes of a northern Italian town. The glitch lasted about three hours and impacted around 20 homes in the town of Castelvetro. 1,000 litres of ready-to-be-bottled wine leaked into the pipes. The local government said the leak didn't pose any health risks. The area is a wine destination but recently has been impacted by the coronavirus crisis. "At a time where we have very little to smile about, I'm glad we brought some levity to others," said Giorgia Mezzacqui, the deputy mayor of Castelvetro. "Hopefully someday they'll remember us and will want to come visit us."

News & Politics News & Politics 26 593 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T15:07:40-04:00 Dr. Drew Pinsky offered his opinion for Americans regarding the coronavirus outbreak in an interview with CBS Monday, as well as some very harsh words for the way he believes the media is covering it.

Noting that a "bad flu season" can result in about 80,000 deaths, there are far fewer this year, though still quite a few: About 18,000.

That said, Pinsky added that he believes the media is vastly overhyping the severity of coronavirus to the point where it is creating panic and harming businesses. 

"Businesses are getting destroyed and people’s lives are being upended not by the virus, but by the panic. The panic must stop. And the press, they really somehow need to be held accountable because they are hurting people," he said. 

News & Politics 101 549 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T15:03:47-04:00 New Jersey's Cory Booker stands before Joe Biden, talking to the crowd, and says that we've had enough of a president who does 'demeaning' and it's time for a president who does more 'redeeming.' Cory Booker referred to the upcoming 2020 election as a 'moral' moment.

Booker endorsed Joe Biden shortly after Kamala Harris did.

Booker dropped out of the presidential race back in January due to lack of funding, as per a report on NPR, which stated:

"Our campaign has reached the point where we need more money to scale up and continue building a campaign that can win — money we don't have, and money that is harder to raise because I won't be on the next debate stage and because the urgent business of impeachment will rightly be keeping me in Washington," Booker wrote.

News & Politics 24 748 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T14:38:13-04:00 Rev. Jesse Jackson has announced his endorsement for socialist Bernie Sanders. Jackson wrote on Twitter, "We look to our youth for energy, expansion and inclusion which leads to growth. The youth that come to these rallies represent hope, healing and promise for our nation. It’s a joy to “feel the Bern” with Bernie. Keep Hope Alive!"

Jackson has been a controversial figure in the political world. One of his biggest scandals is when he revealed back in 2001 that he had an illegitimate child.

Information about this can be found on ABC News:

Jan. 18, 2001 -- Moving to pre-empt a tabloid newspaper report, the Rev. Jesse Jackson this morning released a statement admitting he had an extramarital affair that resulted in a daughter who is now 20 months old.

"This is no time for evasions, denials or alibis," said the Baptist minister and former aide to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. "I fully accept responsibility and I am truly sorry for my actions."

Had Affair as He Counseled Clinton

The age of the daughter indicates Jackson, 59, was likely having the affair with Karin Stanford, a 39-year-old worker at his Rainbow/PUSH Coalition office in Washington, even as he counseled President Clinton after public revelations of an affair with Monica Lewinsky, an intern at the White House.

It's no surprise the name Clinton comes up amid Rev. Jesse Jackson's old scandals.

News & Politics 440 447 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T13:26:53-04:00 President Donald Trump wants to cut funding for Planned Parenthood, but Bernie Sanders plans to do the opposite. Sanders stated, as quoted by Tom Elliott, that "Trump and his friends want to cut funding for Planned Parenthood. We have some bad news for them because we are going to substantially increase funding for Planned Parenthood."

To satisfy some of Trump's conservative voter base, he tends to lean away from funding Planned Parenthood, particularly because of their stance on abortion.

For example, In January, Trump restored some family planning funding to Texas that excluded Planned Parenthood.

The Hill reported:

The Trump administration on Wednesday approved federal family planning funding for a Texas program that excludes providers who perform or promote abortions.

Texas lost that funding under the Obama administration, which argued the state’s exclusion of some providers violates federal law.

But the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Wednesday approved Texas’s funding request for a state-run family planning program that excludes providers like Planned Parenthood.

On the contrary, Bernie Sanders leans the other direction, supporting women's rights which includes the freedom to have an abortion.

Also reported by The Hill, regarding Bernie Sanders stance on abortion:

“When I am in the White House, we will fight back against the Republican assault on abortion rights across this country and defend a woman’s fundamental right to control her own body,” Sanders said in a statement. “As President, there will be no doubt that in the United States of America, abortion is a constitutional right. Period.”

News & Politics 86 1122 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T11:46:54-04:00 This was a roasting of epic proportions! Hillary Clinton compared Joe Biden's coalition to hers, after some subtle victories he had on Super Tuesday. It was at that moment that the Internet took off and Twitter users roasted her like a sack of peanuts over some hot coals.

Trump War Room posted this short video captioned with the following, "Hillary Clinton just praised Joe Biden for building the same “coalition” she did. Nobody wants your advice, Hillary! Who’s going to remind her that she lost?"

Then it was all downhill for Twitter as it became pretty much a meme-a-thon.

News & Politics 9 1305 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-09T11:16:31-04:00 WLBT 3 On Your Side posted a funny video of Joe Biden where he refers to President Donald Trump as a 'Boll Weevil' while speaking at a church.

Their post said, "I'm gonna get clobbered for saying this': While speaking at New Hope Baptist Church in Jackson today, Joe Biden referred to President Trump as a "boll weevil."

Is that even a real word? Why yes, yes it is.

What is a boll weevil then?

According to Wikipedia:

The boll weevil is a beetle which feeds on cotton buds and flowers. Thought to be native to Central Mexico, it migrated into the United States from Mexico in the late 19th century and had infested all U.S. cotton-growing areas by the 1920s, devastating the industry and the people working in the American South

Joe Biden calling Trump a boll weevil doesn't make much sense, but it got people to laugh.

However, there might be some people who migrated to America to become politicians who haven't accomplished much good during their tenure, but I'll leave it to you to figure out who they are... and what party they're representing.

Janice Weaver didn't think the comment by Biden was very nice.

Joe Price doesn't think Joe Biden will remember being there.

News & Politics 24 1241 2020-03-09 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T23:24:37-04:00 A woman is seen on video saying that the coronavirus is a hoax made up by Democrats. She's wearing a Trump hat and she's featured by leftist Joy Reid.

Now here's the question - is that woman really a Trump supporter or is she being paid by mainstream media to wear the hat and say these things to make Trump supporters look bad.

If anyone knows that woman, please have her reach out to us. We want to make sure that she isn't someone who was paid to say this.

News & Politics 60 233 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T21:59:20-04:00 News & Politics 0 618 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T17:20:27-04:00 In an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday, former Democratic presidential nominee and Secretary of State said that even in many of today's advanced societies, men dominate woman at work, even telling them what they can and can't wear.

In making her statements, Clinton cited male-female interactions and workplaces in Japan, where she says many women have tried to get out of wearing high heels because they are uncomfortable.

However, the Labor Minister in that country ruled that employers can mandate such things as high heels and even contact lens instead of reading glasses.

"So, trying to govern in an advanced society how women even appear says volumes about how women are viewed," she said, adding that in many countries women remain "marginalized." 

In other advanced societies, however, she said women are "still viewed as an oddity," though they have been in workforces for decades. 

News & Politics 73 499 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T17:20:27-04:00 Popular podcaster Joe Rogan noted Saturday after watching video clips of Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden stumble and stammer during a recent speech that he "can't be president."

"Stop. Pause. You can’t be President. Listen, we can’t play any games here, folks. This is a really old man who can’t talk… This should get you into a mental hospital," said.

The clip in question was one of Biden during a campaign speech last week where he seemed to forget a rather well-known segment of the Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

While Rogan endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, he's known more as a political independent willing to consider ideas on both sides of the aisle. Check out Joe Rogan's podcast videos on YouTube.

News & Politics 65 1145 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T17:20:27-04:00 During a recent segment of her steaming investigative journalism program "Full Measure," Sharyl Attkisson had a guest demonstration how government rules have made it nearly impossible to get gas out of a gas can.

As you can see, the man struggles mightily in his attempt to get the liquid inside to pour into a trash can. After much maneuvering, he finally manages to get the liquid to pour, at one point suggesting that if people have old-style gas cans, they should probably hang onto them. 

News & Politics 27 1485 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T16:20:42-04:00 News & Politics 0 534 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T15:11:42-04:00 Hillary Clinton went off about Bernie Sanders, saying that no one likes him and he gets nothing done. This was all part of Clinton's new docuseries on Hulu and it might have stirred the pot with Bernie Sanders supporters. She also said he's also a career politician and in the clip provided, which was shown thanks to Rita Panahi, you can see how awkward it is when Hillary and Bernie are in the same room.

It's like two people who tried to go on a date, but it was not working in the slightest, and they decided to awkwardly leave.

Where to watch "Hillary" on Hulu? Simple, go to this link.

Twitter users provided feedback, saying:

News & Politics 25 1098 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T15:11:31-04:00 Kamala Harris once roasted Joe Biden during a debate, lashing out at him and leaving him almost speechless. Harris went after Biden on civil rights topics and accused him of working for senators who approved of segregation. 

Now, Harris has endorsed the Democratic candidate, who is one of three remaining. which include Tulsi Gabbard, Joe Biden, and socialist Bernie Sanders who are left.

Mark Moore wrote for NY Post:

“I have decided I am with great enthusiasm going to endorse Joe Biden for president of the United States. I believe in Joe,” she said.

“One of the things that we need right now is we need a  leader who does care about the people and therefore can unify the people, and I believe Joe can do that.”

Biden responded moments later on Twitter, thanking the California Democrat.

“Kamala – You’ve spent your whole career fighting for folks who’ve been written off and left behind – and no small part of that alongside Beau,” the candidate said. “From our family: thank you.”

Some readers might find it odd that Kamala Harris hammered Biden on civil rights subjects from his past, then decided to back him in the election in hopes he becomes the Democratic candidate to face off against Trump.

News & Politics 75 704 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T15:11:24-04:00 Ben Carson was being asked about how America plans to handle the 3,500 people who are stuck on the Grand Princess Cruise ship, with 21 people who have tested positive for COVID-19. Carson gave George Stephanopoulos an answer that came with quite a bit of criticism, as Carson left people wondering what was going on.

Carson stated that he did not "want to preview the plan right now" and many people wonder if their plan to help the passengers on the cruise ship is either not ready, or there is no plan.

As posted on ABC News:

"The vice president met with the CEOs of the major cruise ship companies yesterday, and they are coming up with a plan within 72 hours of that meeting," Carson told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday.

When Stephanopoulos pressed, noting that the cruise ship will dock in California on Monday, less than 72 hours from Pence's meeting, Carson said, "The plan will be in place by that time."

Carson immediately received heavy criticism on Twitter and the White House was essentially accused of not being prepared or having a plan at all.

At this time, we are not sure what the actual plan is.

Here is some feedback from Twitter users:

News & Politics 59 1108 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-08T14:23:42-04:00 *UPDATE 2 * Twitter has marked the video as "manipulated media" according to CBS.

Twitter has labeled a truncated clip of Joe Biden posted by a White House official and shared by President Trump as "manipulated media," employing the designation under a new policy for the first time.

*UPDATE* An edited clip of Joe Biden talking to a crowd makes it appear as though he may have conceded or endorsed Donald Trump. The video circulating the web was edited apparently edited and removed a bit of his speech, then cuts to a part that says, "we cannot win this reelection." That is true. Joe Biden is not president, so he cannot be reelected. However, the clip became misleading and therefore requires clarity and correction.

For further clarification, Joe Biden did not endorse Donald Trump. There are numerous websites and social media outlets suggesting that Biden endorsed Donald Trump, which is 100% not true. Again, Joe Biden did NOT endorse Donald Trump for president or concede in any way.

As stated on Lead Stories:

Newsweek reported that the video of the former vice president's speech in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 7, 2020, was edited to remove the rest of the sentence. In doing so, this distorted the actual meaning of what he was saying. 

Another source provided his full sentence, saying:

"The full context of Biden's "we can only re-elect Donald Trump" is not shown in the video. Biden's full sentence is, "We can only re-elect Donald Trump if, in fact, we get engaged in this circular firing squad."

News & Politics 14 4708 2020-03-08 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T16:15:36-05:00 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on a late night talk show, with Seth Meyers, talking about her dog, Bernie Sanders, and asking everyone - including illegal immigrants - to complete the 2020 census.

The census comes one every ten years and people fill it out if they want to, or not.

Fox News ran a story on this and reported:

"We're all going to get mailed a prompt to fill out the census in the next two weeks or so," she said Thursday on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” "And so I think what’s really important is that we all fill this out. It happens once every 10 years.”

“Every single person, no matter your documentation status, no matter your housing status, income, etc., is to be counted,” she said, before assuring viewers that the data included is “completely confidential” and not shared with other agencies.

“So don’t worry if you’re having a creative living situation, it’s not going to be told to your landlord or anything crazy like that,” she added.

Some people are criticizing her for asking people to complete a census knowing their living situation might be deemed illegal by the United States government, as it could potentially put them at risk of being deported - which is certainly possible if someone has broken the law and entered the country illegally.

News & Politics Comedy 318 1284 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T13:06:14-05:00 She's an author, former star on a reality show, and also a convicted felon and she's running for Congress against Democratic Rep. John Lewis. Her name is Angela Stanton-King and she was recently pardoned by President Trump. She'll be running as a Republican in her fight against Lewis, who is 80-years-old and battling pancreatic cancer. Lewis is a well-known civil rights leader who's held his spot for 17 terms in Georgia's 5th Congressional District.

He has no plans to leave anytime soon and even signed his name on the first day he was allowed to qualify, as per AJC.

Stanton-King was convicted back in 2004 for some federal conspiracy charges related to her role in a car theft ring.

She was in prison for over two years, but was pardoned by Trump and it's likely she had no idea the pardon was coming.

AJC reported:

Last week, Stanton-King found herself in the Oval Office, praying over Trump. It was fitting that she was there with a handful of Trump’s black supporters, whom he is trying to build into a coalition of support leading up to the November election.

Her part will be attempting to defeat Lewis, a Trump nemesis who has repeatedly called his presidency illegitimate.

There's another person running for the same spot in Congress as well, but doesn't have quite a story like Stanton-King who went from prison inmate felon, to getting pardoned, to now running for Congress against a big-time foe of President Donald Trump.

Stanton-King and Lewis will square up against Democrat Barrington Martin.

News & Politics 157 3610 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T11:40:30-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 362 486 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T11:40:30-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 537 1890 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T11:26:22-05:00 When you're browsing social media and the web and keep seeing all those 15 second clips of Joe Biden messing up during public speaking or appearances, or getting way too close and being creepy, but you wished all those clips were together. Well here ya go!

News & Politics 395 5431 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T11:17:34-05:00 President Donald Trump's campaign released a video that focuses on Democrat Joe Biden's cognitive decline. The video focuses on the numerous times that Biden makes errors during public speaking, often time losing train of thought or simply not making sense.

Examples like telling people to leave the record player on at night, confusing his wife and sister, and even appearing to not know where he is sometimes - like North South Carolina.

It's obvious Joe Biden can no longer handle public speaking like he used to. At his age of 77, he should be retired and relaxing, traveling, hitting up the bowling alley, playing some bingo, and sipping on a fine drink - not parading around the country thinking he can win an election against a much more "with it" Trump.

Biden still has to get by Bernie Sanders, but many fear a DNC fix is in play.

Afterall, just look what the DNC did to get rid of Tulsi Gabbard by changing the rules of the next debate.

Heck, they changed the rules to let Bloomberg in, then changed the debate qualifications to get Gabbard out.

If there's only three candidates left, then let them ALL debate. What is the harm?

Either way, Trump may face some criticism for pointing out Joe Biden's flaws, but isn't that what a lot of people do in politics? Even with local elections, you often see smear campaigns, so this isn't much different.

it is funny though.

News & Politics 135 2544 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T00:37:47-05:00 So far, 14 senators have joined on a resolution to censure Sen. Chuck Schumer and request an apology. "Sen. Kelly Loeffler is one of them and she was on 'Fox & Friends' to discuss it.

Sen. Josh Hawley stated on Twitter, "Now @chuckschumer is threatening Supreme Court Justices personally, to the point of implying their physical safety is endangered. Disgusting, shameful, and frankly, WEAK " and "I would call on Schumer to apologize, but we all know he has no shame. So tomorrow I will introduce a motion to censure Schumer for his pathetic attempt at intimidation of #SupremeCourt."

As posted by Daily Wire, a statement by Hawley's office read:

"Tonight U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) announced he will introduce a motion to censure U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for inciting violence against U.S. Supreme Court Justices. In a pro-abortion rally in front of the Supreme Court today, Senator Schumer threatened Justices by name saying, “I want to tell you, Gorsuch. I want to tell you, Kavanaugh. You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions."

News & Politics News & Politics 285 3299 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-07T00:07:20-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 225 1016 2020-03-07 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T23:24:47-05:00 President Donald Trump has called for all voters to be required to show photo ID in order to vote. He said this while at a rally in Florida in 2018, and as the time comes again for another election, it's important to see if any progress has been made on this.

At that time, 34 states had some laws that require voters to show a form of ID before voting, as per ABC News, which stated:

Most states -- 34 -- already have laws that require people to show some form of ID before they cast ballots. Seven of these states go further and require a photo ID, and an eighth state, Alabama, comes very close to this rule but allows a strict exception in which people without a photo ID can vote so long as two election officials know the individual. Four states have passed additional regulations on voter ID since the 2016 election.

In 2019 Trump pressed for voter ID laws again, according to USA Today.

Trump is pressing hard for this, but with Democrats, there is sure to be some cold shoulders on it.

“No debate on Election Security should go forward without first agreeing that Voter ID must play a very strong part in any final agreement,” Trump posted on Twitter this week.

This is likely to come up again as the election of 2020 gets even closer, but will Trump be able to make progress on requiring every state to enforce voter ID laws?

That remains unclear.

News & Politics News & Politics 47 333 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T21:32:14-05:00 Remember Beto O'Rourke? Well, He endorsed Joe Biden and the pair had lunch at a little restaurant. They were talking about some random things and perhaps guns came up in the conversation.

Joe Biden looked into the camera and starts talking awkwardly about Beto, giving him a few compliments. Biden suggests that if he wins the presidency, that he's coming for HIM.

Some people are suggesting that Biden was talking about our guns, and maybe if Biden wins, he would actually hire Beto for some sort of gun program, but there's something everyone seems to have forgotten.

Here's what Biden said, word for word:

And by the way, this guy can change the face of what we’re dealing with, with regard to guns — assault weapons — with regard to dealing with climate change, and I just want — I’m warning Amy, if I win, I’m coming for him. (Fact Check)

For starters, Biden isn't even the DNC nominee yet. He still has to defeat Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard.

Second, if Biden wins the nomination, he still has to defeat Trump in an election and that's a mountain of a task to begin with. I don't know anyone who's talking very highly of any of the Democrats at this point, but he's definitely got some supporters.

Third, let's say Biden is the nominee and actually beats Trump in 2020. That puts Biden in the White House and let's pretend Biden asks Beto to lead some sort of program that people would say "they're coming after our guns." Who's to say Beto would actually say yes to that? What if Beto doesn't want to work for Biden?

To top that off, anything that Biden would want to push through, wouldn't it have to pass through the proper protocol first? So if Biden was actually pushing some crazy gun law, then what are the chances it would actually pass?

And let's really speculate on this one - what if Biden and Beto really did come for your guns?

I don't think that would turn out very well, do you?

So no, Biden and Beto are not coming for anyone's guns. Anyone saying they are should check their gun cabinet and see that their arsenal is still there and no one's knocking on their door.

News & Politics 15 404 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T20:45:52-05:00 One of the Left's favorite things is to portray the average Trump supporter as ignorant, uneducated and unrefined, like the president they back.

But the funny thing is, some of these same Leftists prove daily that they are the ones who have difficulty in figuring out and understanding basic things. 

Like math.

You may have seen the video of MSNBC featuring a tweet from journalist Mekita Rivas claiming that billionaire former Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg spend so much money on his failed campaign he could have given $1 million to every American.

Only, he couldn't -- because he didn't really spend that much. True, Bloomberg dropped almost 600 million large on his failed bid, but since there are about 327 million Americans, when you divide up what he spent and what he could have given us all, it's really only about a buck-and-a-half, not a million.

Even on-air host Brian Williams at MSNBC didn't catch the math error. Well, what do you know about that?

News & Politics 69 332 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T15:41:20-05:00 Podcasts 0 479 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T14:35:41-05:00 This is Arielle Scarcella and she has released a video explaining why she's leaving the progressive left and refers to them as "insane" in the process. Scarcella has received a bunch of negative attention from people who disagree with her, which highlights the exact reason she's not interested in the "woke" and "insane" liberal agenda that is pushed by extremes - not moderates.

What's interesting about her video and the fact she received backlash from some members of her own community, is that she's trying to make a point about leaving because some folks are "crazy" - and those same people prove her point.

To get backlash because you don't agree with something is the problem. Not everyone agrees with everything that a group-think movement does, that's why some people disassociate with "groups" in general.

News & Politics 171 4386 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T14:09:57-05:00 A recent clip on MSNBC, with Brian Williams and Mara Gay highlighted a tweet that suggested Michael Bloomberg spent $500 million on his campaign and still lost. One person said that Bloomberg could have given all 327 million people in the country a million dollars each and still had some money left over.

However, that math doesn't add up.

It would actually be 327 million x's 1 million, which would equal a LOT MORE than $500 million. You know, somewhere around the 3.27e14 mark if you have a modern calculator, which funny enough - works the same as the solar calculators we had in grade school.

So how much would each person have received under the assumption that Michael Bloomberg could have given us all money?

We would've received  $1.53.

So what was the Tweet that caused this whole mess?

It was by Mekita Rivas who clearly didn't use a calculator before tweeting this.

Mediaite chimed in, saying:

But that didn’t let Williams  — and apparently his entire, asleep-at-the-switch production team — from displaying and endorsing a completely wrong Tweet (since deleted) from blue-checked writer Mekita Rivas. Rivas, who was quickly deluged by online critics pointing out his mistake, protected his account soon after his flub got aired and cheekily amended his Twitter bio to read: “I know, I’m bad at math.”

“You see it as a possibility, if he wants to spend a billion bucks beating this guy, he could do it?” Williams asked Gay in a discussion of Bloomberg’s primary ad spending and the billionaire’s promise to continue his political ad campaign through November to defeat President Donald Trump.

“Absolutely. Somebody tweeted recently that actually with the money he’s spent, he could have given every American a million dollars,” Gay said, as Rivas’ false claim appeared on screen.

It was at this point that the video went all over social media and some users joked about MSNBC using common core math.

Now here's the thing with common core - they would've came to the same answer, but it would've taken like 35 extra steps and three hours to figure it out, because common core takes simple math problems and adds all these extra steps for no reason.

News & Politics 48 2781 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:51:26-05:00 Elizabeth Warren was throwing Joe Biden under the bus and then out of nowhere she just drops out of the race. As of now, Warren has NOT endorsed either of the candidates left, which include Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Tulsi Gabbard. Tulsi is a long shot as many people thought she dropped out already, but she's still in it.

News & Politics 56 261 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:36:28-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 256 1049 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:32:26-05:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was on video mixing up Tulsi Gabbard with her own personal scheduler, a woman named Kelsey. This is your House Speaker, America. Sure makes a good reason for term limits and lifetime politicians, doesn't it? *Update, we made an error in the title and it has been fixed.

News & Politics 17 884 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:24:47-05:00 News & Politics 224 2875 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:01:58-05:00 President Donald Trump signed a massive $8.3 billion aid package today. This is directed towards fighting the coronavirus. It's called the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act. All of this will be used in federal assistance to government health officials.About $3 billion will be used for vaccine research, development and therapeutics. $2.2 billion will be used for preparedness and prevention efforts. $1 billion will be the set budget for purchasing medical supplies and support Community Health Centers. 

President Trump said "We've signed the $8.3 billion. I asked for two and a half and I got $8.3, and I'll take it." 

Around the globe, more than 3,200 people have died due to the virus. Thousands remain to be affected. Panicking over this will not help. Unless you have an autoimmune disease or an elderly, you won't be as affected as you think.  

News & Politics 37 446 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T13:01:58-05:00 While Hillary Clinton gets to tour around the US to advertise her new HULU series and book, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange is under trial, facing 175 years in prison.

In 2010, when she was still Secretary of State, Clinton ordered a secret intelligence campaign targeting the United Nations' leadership. WikiLeaks published this and she accuses Assange of being a tool of Russian Intelligence. However, she has no evidence that this is connected to Russia.

When asked about Assange becoming the image of free speech, Clinton disagreed. She describes him as a nihilist and a part of the Russian intelligence despite WikiLeaks publishing more than 800,000 documents which were used not only in books but also as evidence in many court cases. 

For those who don't know, in an interview last year, Assange said that "“Libya, more than anyone else’s war, was Hillary Clinton’s war.” Out of 33,000 emails, 1700 of it was focused on Libya. Back then, Clinton wanted to overthrow the Libyan state and have Muammar al-Gaddafi removed from his position. The Libya Tick Tock, an internal document found by WikiLeaks, was produced for Clinton herself. The document contains a chronological description of Clinton being the central figure in the destruction of the Libyan state. The destruction that resulted to more than 40,000 deaths within Libya, Jihadists and ISIS moving in. The destruction that led to the European refugee and migrant crisis.

Who deserves to be in jail, Clinton or Assange? 

News & Politics 140 788 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T11:24:51-05:00 Trump says failed Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren did a good job destroying Michael Bloomberg at the debates, but overall she has a lack of talent and she's mean. Even Boston Magazine did an article on her in 2017 titled, "Why is Elizabeth Warren So Hard To Love?"

News & Politics 26 533 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T02:18:48-05:00 CNN's John King discusses Chuck Schumer's verbal threats to Supreme Court justices, saying that it sure sounded like a threat. Chuck Schumer was called out for it and later makes a backpedal on it, saying he would not ever make a threat.

The CNN hosts also call Schumer's words "unwise."

News & Politics 105 1327 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T02:18:20-05:00 A former Democrat of Pennsylvania explains why he supports President Donald Trump. Specifically, he states that he likes what's going on in the country over the last several years.

News & Politics 109 603 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T02:17:46-05:00 Hosts on The View were talking about a few topics, but then Whoopi Goldberg said she wanted to be a little crazy and started talking about who Joe Biden could pick as his vice president candidate. Whoopi says she wants Barack Obama to be his vice president. On the flip side, Barack Obama has not endorsed Joe Biden.

As quoted by Breitbart:

Goldberg said, “So I had another — I’ve been sitting here — I’ve been crazy all morning.”

Co-host Meghan McCain said, “It’s a crazy time.”

Goldberg said, “I’m sorry. I’m just going to do my crazy right now.”

McCain said, “I like it. I like when we go rogue.”

Goldberg continued, “Everybody was thinking about who could the VP be for Joe. I thought, oh man, what would happen if Joe Biden said my choice for VP is Barack Obama?”

After the audience cheered, Goldberg said, “He won’t, but it’s not illegal.”

McCain said, “It’s not going to happen.”

ABC legal analyst and co-host Sunny Hostin said, “I don’t think it’s illegal.”

Goldberg said, “It’s not illegal.”

Co-host Joy Behar said, “But you have to be eligible to run for president when you’re the vice president and he can’t.”

Goldberg said, “That’s not true.”

News & Politics 250 2152 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-06T01:50:31-05:00 Remember all those times Joe Biden got a little too close or touchy-feely with people. And do you remember that so many people called him out on it? Well, nothing has changed. Here's Joe Biden doing what appears to be sniffing a baby and I don't even know what else to say about it at this point. It's beyond creepy and he has absolutely no self-awareness about it. Or does he?

Credit: Katie Glueck.


News & Politics 11 1043 2020-03-06 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T21:40:19-05:00 Podcasts 0 173 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T20:40:57-05:00 Two students in New Jersey are facing charges after doing the prank on another student and putting him in the hospital with serious injuries.

This is called the 'Skullbreaker Challenge' and it involves someone unexpectedly getting their legs kicked out and falling on the ground. Since the person who gets kicked is not expecting it, they can fall headfirst and end up with a serious injury.

It doesn't take much imagination to realize that a trend dubbed the "skull breaker challenge" could lead to grave health consequences like broken bones and head injuries. However, in the ever-growing quest for followers and likes, teens may not have those consequences at the forefront of their minds. In Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on January 24, that unfortunate fact led two 13-year-olds to prank one of their classmates into participating in one of these videos. That classmate ended up in the hospital with a closed head injury and and a concussion that caused a seizure.

If you're wondering what Tik Tok is, it's just another social media app where people post videos.

News & Politics News & Politics 153 544 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T20:28:04-05:00 This is Congresswoman Jackie Speier and she claims that having an outpatient abortion is safer than having your wisdom teeth extracted. Well, let's just put that in perspective. How much safer is this for the baby who is getting aborted? I'd like to think the baby would disagree with this Democrat who has clearly lost all sense of reality.

By all technical means possible, a procedure that ends the life of a small human being is really not safer then getting a few teeth pulled as an adult. That kid won't even grow up to have teeth.

I bet Congresswoman Jackie Speier didn't think of that, did she?

News & Politics 32 230 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T20:27:49-05:00 This woman is telling people to wash their hands and some other ways to keep clean and not spread sickness. Then she licks her finger. I must ask, what is with all the finger-licking Democrats out there? Joe Biden was on stage licking his wife's finger, now this, and it's just getting weird.

News & Politics 14 237 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T20:27:42-05:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she wishes we had a female president and that we are ready for it. I would like to know if Pelosi remembers that Tulsi Gabbard is still in the race and still running for president.

And yes, as of this very moment, Tulsi Gabbard is still in the race. You may have to Google it, just like I did, because we don't hear much from or about her since that fiasco where she filed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton.

News & Politics 60 214 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T20:17:39-05:00 Members of the New Jersey State Troopers force were able to pull a trucker to safety just seconds before his truck exploded and caught fire. In the video, you can see that the officer is running towards the truck and then yanks the man to safety. You can then hear it exploding in a loud static-like sound, then the body camera looks up and the truck is engulfed in flames.

Now that's called being a hero.

News & Politics 68 625 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T16:49:39-05:00 This video shows an MSNBC panel discussing Elizabeth Warren ending her campaign for president and they suggest her exit is because of sexism. So are they completely ignoring the fact that some of Warren's policies were not interesting to voters? Or how about the fact she lied to the entire planet when claiming to be Native American and failed a DNA test?

Did you know she lost her own state as of Super Tuesday? Let's just say this, if your homestate doesn't support you, then why would anyone outside of there support you?

Or could it be that Elizabeth Warren wanted to make sure a trans child approved of a new Secretary of Education nominee?

I am going out on a very long limb here, but I want to say that Elizabeth Warren dropped out because 1) she's a bad candidate in general, 2) she lost her own state, and 3) it's not because she's a woman, it's because she doesn't have enough people who like her.

Can we also remind folks that Tulsi Gabbard is still in the race?

Tulsi Gabbard is the last remaining female in the 2020 election and Democrats counted her out a long time ago when people accused her of being a Russian asset.

If you weren't aware, Tulsi Gabbard actually filed a $50M lawsuit over this and directed it right at Hillary Clinton.

Let's stop with the sexism excuses and have Elizabeth Warren put down the peace pipe for a minute and look in the mirror.

News & Politics 140 680 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T13:19:10-05:00 Former Presidential candidate, and guy who is really good at math, Andrew Yang, went on The View and said we should get rid of lifetime positions at the Supreme Court level and that it is not really acceptable to be going around scrubbing doorknobs for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Yang says the lifetime positions were from ages ago when people's life expediencies weren't that long. Now we've got people serving lifetime roles and they can barely function.

We need term limits for every single position in government, because as soon as they get into a position that has no limit, these people STOP working for their job.

Term Limits For ALL! (not medicare for all though, that sh*t won't ever work).

News & Politics 81 827 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T13:19:02-05:00 Democrat Joe Biden once spoke to a rotary club and bragged about voting for the Secure Fence Act that would provide a lot of fencing to protect the border of the United States and Mexico.

This was all the way back in 2006, well before President Trump wanted a wall.

Despite the differences between a wall and a fence, the point is that Joe Biden supported strong borders back then, not open borders - a topic many Democrats are on the fence about, or simply supporting.

The video clip above correlates to the article from CNN, written by Andrew Kaczynski:

Speaking to a South Carolina rotary club in November 2006, Biden touted his support for the Secure Fence Act -- a bill that authorized 700 miles of double-layered fence on the border through more than a billion dollars in appropriations. The bill was also supported by then-Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. CNN's KFile reviewed the video, which had been posted on YouTube at the time.

"Folks, I voted for a fence, I voted, unlike most Democrats -- and some of you won't like it -- I voted for 700 miles of fence," Biden told the group. "But, let me tell you, we can build a fence 40 stories high -- unless you change the dynamic in Mexico and -- and you will not like this, and -- punish American employers who knowingly violate the law when, in fact, they hire illegals. Unless you do those two things, all the rest is window dressing."

What does this all mean? It means that there are Democrats who support strong borders when they're in office, but might be telling you other things to get your votes NOW to get back in office.

What we really need is a new political party called the COMMON SENSE PARTY where everything is looked at from a logical and realistic perspective.

Either way, I'm sure Joe Biden may not want you to see this video since it might contradict some of the things he says now. Or maybe it doesn't.

Better question. Does Joe Biden remember saying this?

Opinions 140 1218 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-05T11:43:50-05:00 Tom Elliott found a gem of a video today and it has some people almost wanting to throw up. He posted, ".@RashidaTlaib at today’s abortion rally: “Yo yo, you know what, you’re so freakin' obsessed with what I decide to do with my body, maybe you shouldn’t even want to have s-x with me!” Adds that pro-life pols are “commercializing” women’s bodies to make them “less than."


Let me tell ya, you weren't even in my list of 1,000,000 people I would like to stand next to, let alone get horizontal with. UGH! GROSS!!!

News & Politics 73 744 2020-03-05 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-04T13:57:36-05:00 I have no idea what Joe Biden is trying to say right now and he may not know either! I'm sure he just lost his train of thought. Until it's confirmed that he has dementia, I probably won't say that. Or did I just say that without saying it?

News & Politics 32 412 2020-03-04 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-04T13:03:16-05:00 Hillary Clinton's emails could come back to haunt her! Judicial Watch has pulled some strings to have Clinton sit and provide a sworn deposition answering questions about her private email server and any potential government business that was possibly, and allegedly, conducted upon it.

Ronn Blitzer reported:

A federal judge Monday granted a request from conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch to have former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sit for a sworn deposition to answer questions about her use of a private email server to conduct government business

Clinton has argued that she has already answered questions about this and should not have to do so again -- the matter did not result in any charges for the then-presidential candidate in 2016 after a high-profile investigation -- but D.C. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth said in his ruling that her past responses left much to be desired.

"As extensive as the existing record is, it does not sufficiently explain Secretary Clinton’s state of mind when she decided it would be an acceptable practice to set up and use a private server to conduct State Department business," Lamberth said.

Hillary Clinton is not currently running for president, but many suggest she could jump in at any second and easily take the Democratic nomination if she wanted to.

If she had plans of doing that, this could put a slight dent in those plans.

However, the Democratic candidates are very weak this year and it would be an easy victory for her to get the nomination, had she wanted it.

Plus, the DNC could steal another one from Bernie Sanders. It's not like he isn't used to it!

News & Politics 368 1460 2020-03-04 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-04T13:01:54-05:00 Michael Bloomberg is asked about some of the ways he's going after guns, despite the fact he has a lot of armed guards protecting him. Bloomberg tries to say he gets a lot of threats and that's why he has guards. He also mentions his money and being rich. Is Bloomberg suggesting that since he's rich and in the spotlight, that he deserves to protect himself and others do not?

News & Politics 177 901 2020-03-04 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T23:30:25-05:00 Symone Sanders watched protesters rush the stage when Joe Biden was speaking, then she jumped right into action. She ran after one of the protesters who got close to Joe Biden and dragged them off the stage like a trash bag filled with missing Democrat votes. You have to wonder how Symone Sanders would hold up in a celebrity cage match!

News & Politics 10 657 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T23:16:55-05:00 Eric Trump and Laura Lea are on stage in North Carolina and one guest comes up to speak on the mic. She begins crying as she talks about President Donald Trump and how she feels about him. She's got tears of joy flowing because he works for her and she loves her president!

News & Politics 215 1064 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T23:15:53-05:00 Joe Biden says this is my sister and points to his wife, then realizes that he actually pointed to his wife! He then says they switched on him. I don't know what happened right before this video was taken, but if Joe Biden wins an election, this is going to be our next four years!

News & Politics 12 1210 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T23:15:47-05:00 President Donald Trump restricted travel once the coronavirus starting getting bad. Dr. Fauci gives him full credit for doing that and potentially saving thousands of lives.

News & Politics 52 659 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T23:15:34-05:00 Protesters, or some random people, have rushed the stage while Joe Biden talks during Super Tuesday. His wife shoved or steered them away, redirecting them as security came up to get them. It's possible Joe Biden doesn't know if he's giving a speech or at Woodstock. If you see it in the background, that's Symone Sanders rushing someone like a linebacker and crushing the protesters soul. She could probably play in the XFL.

News & Politics 25 464 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:41:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 355 292 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:41:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 689 290 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:41:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 2229 301 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:41:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 270 432 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:41:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 4058 274 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:31:02-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 476 285 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:31:02-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 661 206 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:31:02-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 234 262 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:31:02-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 1391 222 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T13:08:47-05:00 Donna Brazile accuses people of using Russian talking points and tells Ronna McDaniel to "go to h*ll" and stay out of the Democrats elections. Ronna McDaniel suggested that there might be Democrats pulling their actions together in hopes to take Bernie Sanders out of the race.

Safe to say, Brazile lost herself and showed once again how people can truly have TDS.

From The Daily Beast:

Former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile lashed out Tuesday at Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel during a Fox News appearance, repeatedly telling McDaniel to “go to hell” for claiming the Democratic primary will be “rigged” against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

Hours before polls close in 14 Democratic primary states, Brazile—now a Fox News contributor—was asked by America’s Newsroom anchor Sandra Smith to react to comments made by McDaniel earlier on the program.

News & Politics 148 315 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T12:31:53-05:00 President Donald Trump calls out Washington Democrats for encouraging the Coronavirus hysteria. The president once again tackles how unity will help in fixing the current status. He also reveals the current plans that the administration has made in order to contain Coronavirus, along with the adjustments on healthcare to help American citizens. 

He said “My job is to protect the health of American patients and Americans first. And that is what we're doing. Washington Democrats are trying to politicize the Coronavirus … we have got to all work together on this one to safeguard our people."

News & Politics 63 341 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T12:31:51-05:00 Erin Perrine reveals that President Donald Trump considers repealing individual mandate and also wants to offer more healthcare options. In a briefing by the White House, it has been stated that there is an increase in the availability of short-term, limited duration plans. This provides options that is almost 60 percent cheaper than that of Obamacare plans. 

Perrine also reports that while Democrats are wanting a government takeover, the President and his administration is working hard in order to help patients by expanding affordable options. This only shows that the President is and will always defend healthcare choice for Americans. 

News & Politics 65 266 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T12:31:49-05:00 Lawmakers are currently considering adding FISA Extension to the Coronavirus spending bill. However, House Republicans have insisted that these two unrelated bills should not be combined. 

Representative Tim Burchett, with 38 other Republicans, stated “It is our belief, and, we believe, the belief of most Americans, that Congress should not tie these two, unrelated issues together,” reads the letter, which was obtained by National Review. “Public health has nothing to do with foreign intelligence surveillance.”
Burchett told National Review that Democratic leadership “should be ashamed of themselves for even trying to attempt something like this.”
“We received word that they were going to attach the FISA re-authorization onto the funding for the coronavirus, which is very important right now — obviously, the public is alarmed about it, and they should be — and I just think this is petty politics at best,” he said. Burchett added that he had heard from some Republicans who would vote against coronavirus funding if it contained a FISA re-authorization, and declined to comment on whether he had spoken to the White House about the letter.

News & Politics 47 363 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T12:20:24-05:00 Hillary Clinton has not endorsed anyone and she is still waiting to see what happens. Clinton says that getting Trump, the current incumbent, out of office is all that really matters. She also says "let's follow the rules" when asked about Bernie Sanders and what happened with him in 2016, and what could happen to him this year. Credit: Good Morning America

News & Politics 330 868 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T12:04:15-05:00 Presidential candidate and billionaire, Michael Bloomberg, is seen taking a slice of pizza, putting it back, licking his fingers, and then touching the box of coffee. Steven Crowder had a great comment on this. He said, "that coronavirus isn't going to spread itself."

In footage shared to the Dem's snapchat story he can be seen ripping the crust off pizza before placing it back into the box.

The Sun reported on it too, which means finger-licking-Mike went big time:

His unhygienic behavior comes after he criticized Donald Trump for his reaction to the coronavirus outbreak in the US, which has killed six.

Experts have warned the spread can be curbed by thoroughly washing your hands and observing basic hygiene rules and using common sense.

In the footage, Bloomberg then licks his fingers before touching a plastic coffee jug next to the stacked pizza boxes.

AG William Barr shared the footage to Twitter, writing: "JUST WOW.

"Mini Mike is an absolute SLOB.

"Watch him AWKWARDLY rip a slice of pizza, place it back into the community pizza box, lick his fingers, then put his hands on the box of coffee!"

News & Politics 15 3625 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-03T00:31:51-05:00 Joe Biden may need a fact check on this one. He accidentally says "tomorrow is super Thursday" and it was actually Monday. So, you know what that means - tomorrow is Tuesday, not Thursday.

This was posted here after midnight, so it's technically 12:30am EST on March 3... for me and anyone else on the east coast.

News & Politics 34 254 2020-03-03 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T23:30:01-05:00 Fans of MSNBC's Chris Matthews will be sad to learn that Hardball is over. Matthews has announced his resignation, effective immediately, after controversy regarding him and sexual harassment have come up.

Matthews said on his show that he's retiring and that it was his last "Hardball" that he's doing on MSNBC. That doesn't mean he will not, or will, be on another network, as that remains completely unknown.

Matthews opened his show with the following, as quoted on Fox News:

Let me start with my headline tonight: I'm retiring. This is the last 'Hardball' on MSNBC... And obviously, this isn't for the lack of interest in politics. As you can tell, I loved every minute of my 20 years as host of 'Hardball.' Every morning I read the papers and I'm gung-ho to get to work. Not many people have had this privilege. I loved working with my producers and our discussions we'd have on how we report the news. And I love having this connection with you, the people who watch.

He then explained his reason for the retirement/resignation by saying there are "younger generations out there are ready to take the reins. We see them in politics, in the media, and fighting for their causes."

However, it is more likely that a recent controversy could be forcing him out of the network.

Matthews is dealing with "renewed claims of sexual harassment against him by a journalist who previously appeared on his show."

Now we don't know if it's true or not, because they are simply claims, so we need to run with the info provided to us while waiting for more details to be aired.

Matthews continued:

Compliments on a woman's appearance that some men, including me, might have once incorrectly thought were okay were not okay, not then and certainly not today. And for making such comments in the past, I'm sorry.

As I mentioned earlier, it remains unclear if he will be on the air again with another network or he'll just stay retired.

We also don't know what will happen with the claims against Matthews.

This is all coming out now and we'll wait with everyone else to see what happens.

News & Politics 110 800 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T15:15:15-05:00 Black Lives Matter protesters disrupted the event for Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Amy Klobuchar. The home state event that took place at St. Louis Park High School was cancelled after demonstrators crashed the event. The reason for their protest dates back to 2002, when then Hennepin County attorney Klobuchar prosecuted Myon Burrell. Burrell was accused of murdering 11-year-old Tyesha Edwards and was later convicted. The reports show that Edwards died due to a stray bullet. However, Burrell was still prosecuted and is still serving a life sentence. 

In regards to the protest, President of the Minneapolis NAACP Leslie Redmond said that Klobuchar had the power and influence to help Burrell at that time, and she chose not to. 


News & Politics 35 351 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T14:08:11-05:00 In her recent appearance on Fox News, former Democrat Quan Lanae Green explains why she is going to vote for President Trump in the upcoming 2020 elections. In the interview, she said "He has done what he said he would do and they always say if it’s not broke then don’t try to fix it.”

A recent video posted by Trending Views also show former African-American Democrats stating they will vote for the president's reelection. 

News & Politics 18 1608 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T14:08:11-05:00 In a clip posted on Twitter, a businessman named Sean told Kayleigh McEnany why he supports President Donald Trump. He answered "I’m a business person, and the economy is just booming! My life is “much better because of President Donald Trump. He’s a once-in-a-lifetime President! He’s really good”

His words are not baseless. A recent article by Fox, reports that "the stock market grew 31 percent in the 807 trading days before Trump's election, but it grew by 56 percent in the 807 trading days after it, up through the third anniversary of Trump's inauguration."

Economists stated that the President's plan on tax cuts and freer markets are working. 

News & Politics 25 562 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T14:08:11-05:00 At the Conservative Political Action Conference, Dr. Karlyn Borysenko explains why she does not agree with the current Democrats' actions. In her article, she wrote " Democrats have an ass-kicking coming to them in November, and I think most of them will be utterly shocked when it happens." Some of it are caused by the so-called social media justice warriors who attack anyone who disagrees with them. They also have a habit of "cancel culture." 

On her interview at the CPAC, Borysenko said "In the liberal echo chamber, what you hear is that anyone who supports Trump is a racist… And what I discovered is that they're just normal people who I happen to disagree with somewhat politically."

She says that until the Democratic party listens and changes, they will be beaten in the upcoming 2020 elections. 

News & Politics 98 414 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T14:08:11-05:00 Rep. Matt Gaetz' recent tweet helps lessen the recent panic over Coronavirus. He tweeted "The country can take great comfort in the fact that President Trump has built teams to solve problems his entire life. America is armed with some of the best scientists in the world and in a better position to address coronavirus under POTUS' leadership."

The politicizing of coronavirus is not helping the people. America can be reassured that they have the biggest advantage due to the presence of top scientists that will find the cure to this epidemic. 

News & Politics 32 309 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T13:39:22-05:00 President Donald Trump roasts late night show hosts, Jimmy Fallon, for messing up his hair and not having talent. Trump then mocks Jimmy Kimmel for similar reasons and opening doors for him and not others, despite not being president yet. Trump was just a guy.

News & Politics 332 719 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T13:35:58-05:00 Philadelphia residents were watching the news like anything after a man was caught stealing an ambulance and leading the police on a wild car chase, as reported by ABC 10 in Philadelphia. The suspect was apprehended.

The suspect was also shot twice by police but kept driving. He now remains hospitalized.

6 ABC reports:

The suspect who led police on a nearly 90 minute chase in a stolen ambulance remains hospitalized authorities tell Action News on Sunday.
The suspect, whose name has not been released, jumped into the ambulance around 9:20 p.m. Friday after officers responded to a domestic disturbance call at the Roosevelt Inn on the 7600 block of Roosevelt Boulevard.
The shirtless man, described as by police as "combative," drove toward a Philadelphia police officer in the ambulance. The officer opened fire, hitting the suspect twice in the leg and once in the side.

Many users on social media joked that finally the infamous "Florida Man" finally has some real competition from the "Philly Man."

I must say, this was straight out of GTAV. The only thing missing was a few rocket launchers.

News & Politics 58 1053 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T13:35:37-05:00 Lyndsey Graham joins President Donald Trump on stage to thank him for the 'neverending' BS that he has to deal with from the Democrats. Graham is also consistently criticized by his own fans at times.

News & Politics 61 313 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T13:35:15-05:00 President Donald Trump mocks and roasts the Democrat candidates. He calls Tom Steyer a loser (he's out), Mike Bloomberg 'Mini Mike,' Elizabeth Warren Pocahontas, Amy Klobuchar "not gonna happen" and last - Sleepy Joe Biden and Crazy Bernie!

Trump also asks who does he want to run against, and who is easier for them all to beat!

News & Politics 329 417 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-02T12:55:50-05:00 Michael Bloomberg was speaking at a church in Alabama when several guests stood up and turned their back to him. Bloomberg does not appear to have the best reputation in this particular church. However, there was also people applauding for him. I would say the church-goers have quite a mixed response to Bloomy.

News & Politics 70 545 2020-03-02 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-01T14:32:37-05:00 A reporter tries asking President Donald Trump about why Dr. Fauci was being muzzled about the coronavirus. Trump calls it a dishonest question and she keeps pressing on. Trump steps aside because the doctor is standing next to him. Dr. Fauci then answers the question himself.

He tells the reporter he's never been muzzled and he's been doing this job since the Reagan administration. He then explained to her what was misinterpreted.

News & Politics 90 5827 2020-03-01 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-01T14:06:08-05:00 Is Joe Biden doing this on purpose? Or does he just not know what he's talking about? He says on this video that Georgetown, DE was founded in the 1600's. However, a quick Google search reveals it was founded in 1791.

As stated on Wikipedia:

Founding of Georgetown

Lewes continued to serve as the county seat throughout much of the 18th century, although it was inconvenient for the growing population to the west; some persons had to travel more than a day over the poor roads to reach the town to conduct county business. After petitioning by western citizens of the county to the Delaware General Assembly, a law was passed on January 29, 1791, to centralize the location of the county seat. At the time, the land in central Sussex County was for the most part swampy and uninhabited. The county government hired ten commissioners to purchase land, build a courthouse and jail, and sell lots in an area at "James Pettyjohn's old field or about a mile from where Ebenezer Pettyjohn now lives," as the original order states, to encourage related development.

On May 9, 1791, the commissioners, under the leadership of the Delaware State Senator George Mitchell, purchased 76 acres (308,000 m²) for a townsite. Commissioner Rhodes Shankland began the survey by laying out "a spacious square of 100 yards each way." Eventually Georgetown was laid out in a circle one mile in diameter and centered around the original square surveyed by Shankland. The area within this circle is now listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. The new location proved better as an administrative center; Georgetown is still said to be "sixteen miles from everywhere" in Sussex County.

The County Courthouse and Jail were built in the southeastern section of the town circle. Given this progress, the Seat of Justice was officially moved on October 26, 1791. The new community was named Georgetown in honor of the lead commissioner George Mitchell. Lots, measuring 60 by 120-foot, were surveyed and sold to give a return to the State's investment.

News & Politics 24 2543 2020-03-01 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-01T14:05:57-05:00 This man wants answers from the Democratic Party. He's a pastor being featured by the Detroit Free Press and he has one simple question for them - does he have a place in their party? He seems like he's on the verge of leaving their party for the Republicans. Why did Flint have that water crisis? Who does that all boil down to and which party do they represent? Good thing to bring up.

News & Politics 46 394 2020-03-01 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-01T13:42:10-05:00 Joe Biden is either confused or read his card wrong on this one. He won the South Carolina primary, but according to his own words - he's in the state of North South Carolina. I would say he probably forgot which state he was actually in. I don't believe it's the first time that happened either.

News & Politics 4 1325 2020-03-01 no 0.8 weekly 2020-03-01T13:42:06-05:00 Joe Biden just won the South Carolina primary and now he's on television calling Chris Wallace the wrong name. He called him, "Chuck." Wallace corrects Biden and says, "it's Chris." LoL

News & Politics 26 1551 2020-03-01 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T13:58:44-05:00 Sports 70 296 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T13:31:19-05:00 Dr. Drew goes on an really good rant calling out the mainstream media for their failed coverage of the Coronavirus and getting people freaked out. He says more people died of homelessness in LA and why aren't they talking about that? I am not sure if that's a clarified fact, but the point remains well taken. 

News & Politics 102 3167 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T13:31:11-05:00 Joe Biden is here talking about how he became a professor, despite him not teaching any classes. He was also paid over $900,000 for his role at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). Biden was hired by the school as a professor, but he didn't actually teach any classes. It's suggested that Biden was hired and paid to have the clout of a former Vice President attached to their school

I guess prestige comes at a high price.

Last July, one of the main news outlets in Philadelphia raised some eyebrows on Penn paying Biden over $900,000 and wanted the public to know he wasn't teaching - so what was Biden doing to "earn" all that money?

Apparently it was mostly appearances and such, but no teaching of regular classes - again, despite him being listed as a professor on their website.

From the Inquirer:

The former vice president collected $371,159 in 2017 plus $540,484 in 2018 and early 2019 for a vaguely defined role that involved no regular classes and around a dozen public appearances on campus, mostly in big, ticketed events.


Penn’s payments to Biden raised eyebrows and questions among some in the community when they were revealed this week as part of the financial disclosures for his presidential campaign. The average salary for a Penn professor was $217,411 in the 2017-18 academic year, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Biden’s official title was the Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor — the first person to hold that job — and he also lent his name to the school’s effort to expand its footprint on international affairs.


His public appearances over that two-year stretch included three Q-and-As with Penn president Amy Gutmann, panel discussions on immigration and cancer, a talk about his book, a lecture to a Wharton class, and public conversations with former Mexico President Felipe Calderon and former United Kingdom Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, according to a tally by the student newspaper, the Daily Pennsylvanian. Those events, of course, don’t include more private work Biden may have done on the school’s behalf.

This is Joe Biden's profile page on Penn's website.

Professor's usually teach, right?

News & Politics 110 3823 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T12:51:45-05:00 Presidential candidate on the Democrat team, Tom Steyer, was seen in video dancing to a rap song and this is absolutely peak Democrat circus act for the 2020 election. When Democrats go out and do normal people things with normal people, like dancing as white as possible, then making everyone cringe when they see the video - that just adds fuel to the fire of the Democrat circus.

Oh, but wait, there's more. Guess what song it is! It's "Back That Azz Up" by Juvenile! Now don't get me wrong. I literally love this song because it brings up memories of me at college parties and all the hot girls I used to attract before becoming an angry old political commentary blogger guy - but is that the song a presidential candidate should be dancing to?

Well, honestly, the Democrats are really bad this year and Tom Steyer has absolutely no chance to become president - so you know what? Who cares!

The guy is out there having a good time and I could not care less.

He's not the top candidate, he's no threat to anyone, and he's just a white guy out there doing the white guy dance, something I know too well because I can't dance either.

Now if he was the top candidate, then I'd say he should probably be doing something that looks a little more presidential.

I'm not going to crap on the guy for having fun.

No one should.

But I do think the Democrat candidates are all clowns running around the circus tent, and that you cannot deny.

All we need now is for Amy Klobuchar to dance to "My Neck, My Back" and prove she is not a boring person.

Bloomberg has been called out too.

Opinions 21 811 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T12:27:41-05:00 News & Politics 861 830 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-29T12:27:41-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 241 332 2020-02-29 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T16:16:27-05:00 News & Politics 36 2658 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T16:09:34-05:00 As the Democrats prepare for the 2020 elections, they've been criticizing President Donald Trump. One of the things they are highlighting on are their plans that cater to the middle class. However, they refuse to acknowledge the achievements of the current administration. They are denying the public of good economic news. 


In the video, GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel was questioned by Sen. Ted Cruz on how the 2020 Democrats' plan will affect their workers. McDaniel answered "It would kill the car industry, destroy your job & eliminate the health care you negotiated." The current administration has worked hard to help the middle class and the president spearheaded these plans. Democrats are downplaying all of these. However, the people know that all of these plans were done to fight and as McDaniel tweeted, "From trade deals to taking on China, the middle class knows @realDonaldTrump is fighting for them!" That is her verdict 

News & Politics 65 619 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T16:09:34-05:00 Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer spends nearly 5 minutes talking about President Donald Trump's response to other people and the coronavirus situation. The New York senator raised the administration's request from $2.5 billion to $8.5 billion. The president reacted to this, stating that he shouldn't make these statements at all. Using the Coronavirus for political advantage will only lead to more problems.

One Twitter user called out Sen. Schumer, saying "You immediately blamed him for everything related to the Coronavirus at the very earliest second you could spin it into a political win. You were upset when he limited travel from China back in January."

Some people brought out his former tweet that said "The premature travel ban to and from China by the current administration is just an excuse to further his ongoing war against immigrants. There must be a check and balance on these restrictions."

Chuck Schumer may not realize this, but the optics look very petty to be talking about Trump for nearly 5 minutes about him talking about someone else.

Trump was very smart to restrict travel from China based on what was happening. It was a preventative measure that was absolutely needed.

Just imagine what could have happened if Trump didn't put the brakes on the international travel from China and the outbreak spread. Now that would be a problem on an even more massive scale, but Trump stopped it. Need to give him credit where it's due, but it doesn't seem like Democrats will ever do that.

News & Politics 320 2208 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T15:55:38-05:00 Joe Biden asks a crowd about how Trump's tax cuts worked out for them. Someone raises their hand or says something. Biden then says that our taxes will be raised, not cut, if he's elected.

News & Politics 20 2163 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T15:55:34-05:00 So-called "Bernie Bros" are now being accused of harassing Democrat officials at their homes in two different states. The tensions among Democratic candidates and their supporters have risen over the last month following debates and the polls, particularly after Sanders started taking a lead over others.

News & Politics 63 665 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-28T15:36:37-05:00 Joe Biden says he wants to appoint the first African American woman to Senate. But there's a catch - and another catch actually.

First of all, Presidents do not appoint Senators. Senators are elected by popular vote in the state they represent.

Joe Biden's second mistake is that there was already a first African American woman in the Senate. Her name is Carol Moseley Braun and she was a Democratic Senator for Illinois.

Based on her Wiki, "she was the first female African-American Senator, the first African-American U.S. Senator for the Democratic Party, the first woman to defeat an incumbent U.S. Senator in an election, and the first female Senator from Illinois. She was the only female U.S. Senator from Illinois until Tammy Duckworth who became the U.S. Senator from Illinois in January 2017."

News & Politics 10 5358 2020-02-28 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-27T20:15:14-05:00 Meghan McCain and the hosts of The View are talking about Vice President Mike Pence and the Coronavirus issues. Some members of the audience, later in the video, are clapping or laughing when they talk about if Mike Pence will fail to handle this.

Meghan McCain doesn't like that because it's a serious issue and no one should want their Vice President to fail on tackling an health crisis that could break out in the United States. She scolds the audience for this.

News & Politics 361 3246 2020-02-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-27T16:22:11-05:00 Hillary Clinton is on video talking about disgraced Harvey Weinstein and the Democrat campaigns he contributed to. They include former President Barack Obama, Al Gore, and John Kerry.

Tom Elliott posted on Twitter:

Hillary Clinton deflects on her friend Harvey Weinstein: "He contributed to every Democrat's campaign, he contributed to Barack Obama’s campaign, and John Kerry’s campaign and Al Gore’s campaign, and to everyone’s campaign.”

News & Politics 60 1510 2020-02-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-27T15:42:23-05:00 Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says he "lead a complex diverse city through 9/11" but many people saw Mayor Rudy Giuliani do that. What exactly is Bloomberg talking about?

News & Politics 30 1143 2020-02-27 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T19:41:45-05:00 In his appearance on Lou Dobbs tonight, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton explains the Deep State's fear and current concern. Fitton said  "The Deep State] is concerned that AG Barr might do the right thing." The right thing he describes is the prosecution of the people who targets the president, continuing "they are desperate to do everything to stop him from prosecuting the criminal gangs that targeted President Donald Trump and other innocent Americans."



News & Politics 13 640 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T19:41:45-05:00 President Donald Trump signed a memorandum on California water accessibility. He signed this Executive Order to help the farmers in need of water. The farmers in California's Central Valley will now receive water straight to their farms. However, state Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom is fighting back, delaying the water's arrival to the Central Valley's farmers who are in need. 

Water from San Joaquin Delta will be delivered to the parched farms. Environmentalists who have gone against the use of water from the San Joaquin Delta have been addressed, as studies showed that taking water from the Delta does not harm the fish population. The much needed water only goes to the sea. 

The president said that they are using advance technology to address the issue of water and hopes that the state actually helps in addressing the farmers' needs. 

News & Politics 225 1127 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:36:02-05:00 Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton announced that they've filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice. A report from Judicial Watch stated that the FOIA lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice is for all records related to the April 9 raid on the office, home and hotel room of Michael Cohen. The former personal attorney to President Donald Trump.

In the video posted on his Twitter, Fitton stated "Deep State wants an unaccountable DOJ so it can continue to abuse Donald Trump and other innocent Americans." 

News & Politics 191 524 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:36:00-05:00 Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing an $8.5 billion increase in emergency spending for the Coronavirus support. According to the Jerusalem post, Schumer said that this amount was needed to fight any possible outbreak in the United States. However, the Trump administration asked for $2.5 billion in funding. 

In his tweet, Schumer stated "What Pres. Trump needs to do on Coronavirus: -Reverse CDC cuts -Appoint global health expert to coordinate response -Increase emergency request with no Ebola funding cuts -Expedite diagnostic testing kits -Stop proliferation of junk insurance plans not covering Coronavirus tests" 

At the moment, it is unclear if this proposal would be approved by the Senate. 

News & Politics 515 724 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:31:46-05:00 A video posted by Abate Media shows war veteran Ronnie who applauds President Donald Trump. Ronnie said "I’m with a veterans’ group that meets every 2nd Thursday at IHOP & there’s at least 30 veterans there — most of them from Vietnam. They’ve waited years to get their disability & now since Donald Trump is in office, things are flowing better!"

The war veteran said that even when Ronald Reagan was president, he wasn't able to accomplish this on his time. The president is providing opportunities for the veterans who served the country faithfully. Credit Abate Media

News & Politics 42 764 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:31:45-05:00 Bill Maher scolds Sen. Elizabeth Warren after her promise to have a secretary of education approved by a transgender child. Her words were "I'm going to have a secretary of education that this young trans person interviews on my behalf, and only if this person believes that our secretary or secretary of education nominee is absolutely committed to creating a welcoming environment. A safe environment, and a full educational curriculum for everyone will that person actually be advanced to be secretary of education."

According to the Washington Examiner, the young trans she is referring to is a 9-year-old transgender boy that she spoke to last October during a CNN presidential candidate forum.  

In his HBO show, Maher categorizes Warren's statement as "crazy stuff." He proceeded to scold the Democratic Presidential hopeful, saying "Now, Obama said people just don't want crazy stuff. Is this not crazy stuff? Is she running for president of Berkeley?" 

The Washington Examiner published a poll that shows Warren's poll numbers going downhill.

She is currently in fourth place, just behind Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg.

News & Politics 46 293 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:31:44-05:00 Howard James, a registered Democrat and the owner of Jibb's Vineyard explained why he would vote for current President Donald Trump. When asked if he was sold on former VP Joe Biden, James answered "I am a registered Democrat and Joe Biden would be my choice." The host asked if it would be Joe Biden or Donald Trump. He answered "Trump looks attractive. I made it clear I would like Trump. He is looking for what's best for our country. For a minute there, trade was looking pretty dim, but now it’s starting to look a little brighter because [Trump] put demands down." 


James said that he appreciates Trump for that. 

News & Politics 49 327 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T14:31:43-05:00 Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders is under fire after his controversial statement in the Democratic Debate. Sanders vows that when he wins the presidential elections, he will help minority communities to sell legal marijuana. His words were "We're gonna provide help to the African-American, Latino and Native American community to start businesses to sell legal marijuana rather than let a few corporations control the legalized marijuana market." 

A post from Townhall also includes Sanders' stance in wanting to change the Federal Controlled Substance Act, claiming it was insane that heroin is said to be equal to marijuana. 

This sparked outrage. One tweet criticized Sanders, saying "Bernie Sanders @BernieSanders wants to help POC sell marijuana and other illicit drugs with ease. Not to help them become engineers, doctors or lawyers." 

This is not his only goal. He promised to legalize marijuana in all 50 states and expunge the records of people arrested for marijuana possession. 

News & Politics 17 885 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T12:43:38-05:00 President Donald Trump flew to India for his first trip there. He was greeted by a stadium packed with 100,000 people. He then took the BEAST for a ride surrounded by the soldiers on horses.

News & Politics 51 561 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T12:43:20-05:00 Joy Behar decides to defend Bernie Sanders and his comments about Fidel Castro's Cuba. Despite all the bad things Castro was accused of, it seems like people on the left are acting like he was a good guy just because he said it was OK to start a literacy club. Oh, big deal. Bad people doing one good thing doesn't mean you defend them.

News & Politics 79 1568 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T00:58:52-05:00 Ronald Reagan issued a stern warning about things to come and it really seems like we didn't listen. Instead, we look back and call his message a warning and say to ourselves "we should have listened." But make no mistake, many did listen and those who did will find their way to spread the message and help others catch up.

We're at a point where the Democratic Party is falling apart, attacking each other, and they are so bad that a socialist is leading the pack for their presidential nominee. We should be saying, where did we go wrong. Or better yet, what is wrong with Democrats that THIS is the best they have to offer?

News & Politics 261 2077 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T00:56:46-05:00 Here's a funny doctored video of Trump walking Michael Bloomberg in his final form.

News & Politics 16 562 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T00:56:38-05:00 It must be really difficult to be a Democratic Candidate who does events in bowling alleys that aren't filled to capacity, then see Donald Trump fill a stadium across the planet with 100,000 people who are screaming and cheering for him. They even have a giant Trump sign in the background of Trump's event in India.

DW News reported:

US President Donald Trump has arrived in India for his first visit there. He's due to address a rally of 100,000 people. The President and First Lady Melania landed in Ahmedabad, the largest city in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat a short while ago. Tens of thousands have lined up in welcome. His two-day visit aims to build on last year's meeting between the two leaders and to deepen ties between the US and India, which have been strained by a trade dispute.

News & Politics 269 317 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-26T00:54:41-05:00 Here's what happens when the President of the United States shows up in Colorado Springs! Big lines for the big event!

News & Politics 43 236 2020-02-26 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T23:20:16-05:00 Pete Buttigieg was already accused of copying Andrew Yang and we had video to prove that. Now Buttigieg is being accused of copying former President Barack Obama and we have video to prove this one too.

Not only does Mayor Swingset Pete use nearly the same vocal tones as Obama, but he's saying the same exact words in many cases.

How badly does Pete Buttigieg want to be other people? Why is he constantly being caught saying what other people are saying?

News & Politics 23 1014 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T23:15:58-05:00 This is a candidate for president telling the Democratic Debate audience that the biggest misconception about her is that she's boring, then she says "cause I'm not" and cackles like a hen lost in the forest.

You see folks, if you need to tell people that you're not boring, then what does that mean? It means you're boring.

Joe Biden is confused and delirious, Bernie Sanders is a socialist, Elizabeth Warren is white, Mike Bloomberg is about 4 foot 10, Pete Buttigieg likes swingsets, and Amy Klobuchar is boring.

Now if I forgot anyone, then they are really boring and they should drop out of the race immediately like all the other really bad Democrat candidates.

News & Politics 5 519 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T23:11:16-05:00 San Francisco has declared a state of emergency after the CDC has predicted that the coronavirus will spread to the Untied States. They are in fear of a pandemic. Some people on social media would say this is why they want a wall around California.

It's a good thing the guy in the video says there's no need to panic... yet.

News & Politics 215 1247 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T23:04:54-05:00 Eight people have switched from Democrat or Independent to Republican and were introduced and welcomed at the Mississippi GOP headquarters this week. Just think - people went to be knowing those folks were Democrats or Independents and the very next day, they're being introduced by Congressman Michael Guest as new members of the Mississippi Republican party.

Here they are:

  1. 1. Matt Sullivan, District Attorney for the Thirteenth Circuit Court District 

2. Guy Easterling, Chancery Clerk for Covington County

3. Bobby Wayne Mooney, Justice Court Judge for the Northern District of Covington County 

4. Cindy Austin, Chancery Clerk for Smith County

5. Anthony Grayson, Circuit Clerk for Smith County

6. Mary Lou Powell, Tax Assessor-Collector for Smith County

7. Danny Arender, Beat 4 Supervisor for Smith County

8. Hulon West, Justice Court Judge for the Southern District of Smith County

News & Politics 531 6769 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T23:04:22-05:00 I have no idea what they're all screaming about, but it reminds me what it would sound like if you yelled "Trump Rules" at the dinner table in a house full of liberals. You would hear a bunch of cackling and yapping, but wouldn't be able to make out what they're saying. Then one old socialist would be in the middle flapping his 900-year-old wings.

News & Politics 32 1005 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T22:45:52-05:00 Democrat Joe Biden, the aging wonder who is about 7 crayons short of an 8 pack, was just caught lying like a dog faced pony soldier on stage over a ridiculously unreal and totally false statistic about shooting deaths.

Biden said, literally, in the video where you can see it come out of his dementia mouth, that 150 million people have died from shootings since 2007 and he went after the NRA about it.

Despite anyone's feelings about the NRA, because no one cares what you think about the NRA - that statistic is basically impossible to achieve. It would be like almost half the country of America getting shot over the course of 13 years. There is about 327 million of us here, but I don't know if that counts all of the Democrat voters, some of which are illegal immigrants or people who passed away in WWI. I'm kidding about that. Or maybe I am not. It's hard to tell anymore. Fact checkers should know that's a joke by now, at least I hope so.

Either way, what's the amount of people who've sadly lost their lives to shootings, most of which were not from the NRA members, but for some reason everyone with a half working brain blames the NRA.

Here's what the Daily Wire said about the statistic and Biden's quote:

“150 million people have been killed since 2007 when Bernie voted to exempt the gun manufacturers from liability,” Biden lied. “More than all the wars, including Vietnam, from that point on, carnage on our streets.”

“And I want to tell you, if I’m elected, NRA I’m coming for you and gun manufacturers I’m going to take you on and I’m going to beat you,” Biden claimed.

Biden’s claim was wildly false as he just made it up on the spot.

Roughly 11,000 Americans are killed every year from gun-related homicides.

Hey Joe, even if I used common core math (the stupidest math ever), I would come to the answer of 143,000 - not 150 million.

11,000 per year times 13 years = 143,000.

I could have spent 48 minutes on that single problem with common core, or used the calculator on my white privilege iPhone.

Hey... you know those teachers who said you won't have a calculator with you everywhere you go?

They can kiss my you know what because I absolutely have a calculator everywhere I go and I know how to use it.

Joe Biden probably does not know how to use it. In fact, he probably didn't know how to use the calculator back in grade school when they had the fake solar panels on them.

Someone get that jabrony out of the race. That guy is useless.

News & Politics 24 2215 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T22:31:44-05:00 Michael Bloomberg says he spent $100 million to help 21 Democrats get elected to the House of Representatives. Many of them helped get Nancy Pelosi back to being the Speaker of the House and in charge, then also were able to help give Congress the ability to control President Trump.

As quoted by Steve Guest on Twitter, 

News & Politics 20 3081 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T15:50:20-05:00 Bernie Sanders goes on record to defend Fidel Castro and his literacy program, then defends communist China for taking people out of poverty. Yeah, and putting some of them in jail. But Bernie doesn't mention that part.

News & Politics 137 504 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T14:22:35-05:00 It's a really good thing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is only 30-years-old, because I would not want to see her running for president. Here she tries to explain why she supports the rich old white socialist male, Bernie Sanders. I thought "The Squad" wanted more diversity and not rich, white, males, in America? So why is she supporting one?

Miranda Devine chimed in on AOC and Bernie:

The Bronx and Queens congresswoman was Sanders’ secret weapon in Nevada, wooing the crucial Latino voters who propelled him to victory, and injecting much-needed ethnic, gender and age diversity into his campaign. Without her, he’s just another grouchy old lefty howling into the wind.

Whether Sanders wins the party’s nomination or is swindled out of it, his 30-year-old protégé will carry on his work of transforming the Democratic Party, using her new political action committee to bring on a slew of female clones to challenge establishment candidates around the country

News & Politics 70 533 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T10:19:25-05:00 Looks like Joe Biden lies more than a rug. Joe's being fact checked by media figures who heard that Biden once said he was arrested in apartheid South Africa. Has Joe Biden ever been to South Africa? Maybe he want to south Florida and mixed it up. You know how Joe Biden is, he doesn't know where he is most of the time. He's like a body of flesh up there with a half working brain.

News & Politics 108 858 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T10:19:03-05:00 Joe Biden makes another mistake during one of his events. This time he says he's the "Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate" - except there's only one thing. He's actually running for president. At this point, Joe Biden's family should pull him out of the election because it's becoming more embarrassing each time he speaks and makes huge flubs like this.

"Give me a look though, OK?"

No thanks, Joe Biden.

News & Politics 22 2789 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-25T10:18:48-05:00 Actor Jon Voight went public with a video message on his personal Twitter account. This message is to all fellow Americans. Voight wants us to vote for the truth and the only truth that will make America great and keep it great - that is, Donald Trump.

News & Politics 63 732 2020-02-25 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T13:32:51-05:00 Looks like Joe Biden is starting to fade. He can't even remember what he says anymore. He was talking to CBS News' Margaret Brennan on 'Face the Nation' and he told her that he never said South Carolina was his 'firewall' - whatever the heck that means.

Oh, but guess what? He actually did say it!

Here is what Biden sad on Face the Nation, courtesy of Real Clear Politics:

JOE BIDEN: What's happening is you have Steyer spending hundreds of millions, tens of thousands of dollars, millions of dollars, out campaigning there. And so I think a lot's happening in terms of the amount of money being spent by the billionaires to try to cut into the African-American vote. I think that has a lot to do with it.
MARGARET BRENNAN: South Carolina, though, is your firewall.
JOE BIDEN: You said it, my firewall.
JOE BIDEN: I've never said it--
MARGARET BRENNAN: The campaign has said it's your--
JOE BIDEN: It's not fi-- I said I'm going to do well there. And I'll do well there and I'll do well-beyond there as well.

Skip back a bit and now you can see what Biden said previously and take notice - the word FIREWALL is clearly in his vocabulary. Not bad for a guy who doesn't even know where he is half the time.

This is from 22 days ago, February 2, on NBC News:

BIDEN: I think I'll do well in Nevada. And I think I have a real firewall in South Carolina. And then we go into the Super Tuesday states that have a significant number of minorities and African Americans," where "I think I'm gonna do fine. So I don't think that this is like it has been in the past, that if you haven't won the first two that you're done.

Hey Joe Biden, just drop out man. Go raise your illegitimate grand kid and get Hunter out of the dance clubs so he doesn't get anyone else pregnant.

News & Politics 616 1222 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T13:09:32-05:00 This is Pete Buttigieg being asked by a 9-year-old boy about how to be brave and come out. Mayor Pete gives advice on it. This video has received a lot of controversy from all sides of the political spectrum.

News & Politics 140 1992 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T13:08:51-05:00 President Donald Trump criticizes Comcast for being a terrible company ran by terrible people. He's on to something here. They always raise their rates on my bill and it got up close to $200 at one point, and I didn't even have anything but Internet and basic channels and one single box. Comcast lures you in with a good rate and it goes up and you can't ever get it down. Meanwhile, if you don't make any money, they'll only charge you $8 per month for basic cable. How is that fair?

News & Politics 326 761 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T13:08:26-05:00 Disgraced Rod Blagojevich spent almost 8 years in jail and comes out swinging at Barack Obama, trying to implicate him for sending a middleman.

I looked back many years, 11 to be precise, and found this article that speaks about Obama and Blagojevich before he went to jail. It remains unclear if Obama did anything wrong or if Blagojevich is throwing darts to point the finger at others.

Either way, Trump set him free after almost 8 years of a 14 year sentence and unless Blagojevich gives up any good solid information, it's unlikely that anyone will really care what that guy does.

I don't care what he does, do you? Give us some info or get out of our face.

From the Guardian:

Officials in Barack Obama's home state yesterday moved to remove a scandal-tainted governor, three days after he was accused of trying to sell the president-elect's old seat in the Senate.

Blagojevich has defied calls to step down from Obama and others since Tuesday when the FBI revealed it had wiretaps of the governor soliciting campaign contributions and cabinet posts in return for filling the Senate seat.

The scandal has overshadowed Obama's attempts to have a smooth and orderly transition to the White House. Yesterday, a prominent fellow Democrat accused Obama of failing to move decisively enough to contain the scandal.

Obama, in his third statement in as many days, on Thursday promised to release a list of contacts between his transition team and Blagojevich.

News & Politics 124 901 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:48:23-05:00 This is John Avlon from CNN who reviews some of the praise that Sen. Bernie Sanders was giving to socialist dictators and their policies. This is Reality Check and Bernie Sanders supporters just got one.

News & Politics 212 917 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:47:32-05:00 Obama's former Chief of Staff and failed Chicago Democrat mayor, Rahm Emanuel, is sending a warning that the Democrat convention is likely going to be brokered. This is directly following the results of the Democrats Nevada Caucus. Bernie Sanders has surged to a lead above the Democrats, which should not be surprising considering he was supposed to be the nominee in 2016 and it was taken from him. Top that with the fact that none of the Democratic candidates are even remotely likable in any sort of way, and it actually makes sense that people would prefer a socialist over the rest of the candidates.

Let's put it this way folks - the Democrat candidates are SO BAD that liberals are supporting a socialist. That's where we're at in 2020. Can you believe that sh-t?

News & Politics 196 751 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:46:45-05:00 This video previously suggested that Bernie Sanders claimed illegal immigrants were entitled to the same government benefits as American citizens. This video and title was later revised to be more accurate.

After further research, the actual quote from Sanders says this, which is a a bit different than what some sources are saying. This is Bernie's full quote on the matter, as provided by Lead Stories:

Today, we've got 500,000 people sleeping out on the streets of America. Today, we have 18 million people paying 50 percent of their limited income for their housing. Today we have hundreds of bright young people who can not afford to get a higher education. Today, we have 45 million people playing a student debt that many of them cannot afford to pay. So what our campaign is about, and what our administration will about is rethinking America, understanding that all of our people -- and when I say all, I also mean the undocumented in this country -- that all of our people are entitled to basic human rights.

For further clarity, the concept of basic human rights is much different than government benefits.

There is quite a difference, despite some of the programs being considered as those that would help provide basic human rights.

So in conclusion, anyone saying that Bernie Sanders wants all undocumented immigrants deserve the same government benefits, is technically incorrect.

News & Politics 77 63532 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:46:21-05:00 Bernie Sanders, the socialist running for president, had a lot to say about communist leaders in the 1980's and he's still supporting his opinions now. Bernie Sanders says suggests some things that Castro did are still good, like a literacy program. OK, but he's still a communist and doing one or two nice things does not excuse all the bad someone does.

News & Politics 38 797 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:46:11-05:00 Anderson Cooper on CNN confronts Bernie Sanders about being a millionaire socialist who campaigns for the poor. Bernie Sanders said "we pay our fair share." Is he paying it from house number 1, 2, or 3 - the summer camp?

News & Politics 23 754 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:46:02-05:00 Andrew Yang jokes about the Democratic Party. He said, "how the heck do you lose to Donald Trump" and then suggests Democrats blamed everything else under the sun instead of looking in the mirror once in a while.

Yang also says

News & Politics 60 715 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-24T12:45:49-05:00 Socialist Bernie Sanders admits that he does not know how much his expensive program propositions will cost. Medicare for all, tuition free college, everything else they're talking aboug - should be in the trillions, but Bernie isn't sure.

News & Politics 80 915 2020-02-24 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-23T10:53:13-05:00 Members of the mainstream media appear to be surprised that socialist Bernie Sanders is starting to take the lead towards being nominated as the DNC candidate for president to take the stage against Donald Trump.

Bernie Sanders has certainly surged among Democrats, which many cannot believe considering his beliefs with socialism.

News & Politics 92 677 2020-02-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-23T10:46:44-05:00 Elizabeth Warren is seen on video smearing law enforcement at an event in north Las Vegas where she admit to not being a woman of color and suggests that's why she wasn't ever thrown across the hood of a car or slammed into a wall. She also made a promise that if she was in the White House, that wouldn't happen. That's a promise no president can make because, despite what any president says, if a suspect or criminal does something that warrants a physical confrontation, there is no president who can stop an officer from protecting themselves when needed.

Warren is quoted as saying:

I get it. I am not a woman of color. I never got thrown across the hood. I have the privilege of never having been slammed into the wall by a police officer. But I tell you this. I listen to people who have. I listen and I say, when I am president of the United States, that is not going to happen here.

She faced backlash from WIBC host, Tony Katz, who lashed out after Warren's comments. He said:

“What Elizabeth Warren is doing here is disparaging all cops. According to her, if you’re a woman of color, you’ve been slammed into a hood or a wall – you’re more likely to get slammed into a hood or a wall.

“Let her figure out how to spin this, but nobody asks her or says to her, ‘Are you saying that all police officers are racist and slamming people against the wall?’ They should force her to recognize her failure, but no one ever does it.”

News & Politics 26 10451 2020-02-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-23T10:46:34-05:00 Newt Gingrich is going on one of his classic rants about Democrats. He's calling them out and says it's not just "The Squad" who to watch out for, but 206 Democrats who "signed on" and would raise our Social Security tax by 19%

At the time, there is no 19% increase and this is Newt Gingrich's speculation and narrative. However, he may not be wrong. There are a lot of Democrats who like raising taxes to pay for things instead of reorganizing the current flow of tax money to be better spent.

It's easier for Democrats to raise taxes instead of holding people and programs accountable and making sure the tax money isn't wasted on things like...  I dunno... the Department of Education which does absolutely nothing for education on a local level and really, I have no idea why that department exists at all.

Education is a local level issue for districts and state, not the country.

But that ties right back into what Newt is saying - it's a lot easier to raise taxes than it is to pinpoint the spending issues and fix them.

News & Politics 70 920 2020-02-23 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T12:02:01-05:00 President Donald Trump has named Richard Grenell the Acting Head of the Office of Director of National Intelligence. Susan Rice does not appear happy with this and calls him several things, such as dishonest, hack, and shill.

Grenell is allegedly going to clean house and make some big changes that could float the idea of promoting loyalists and bipartisanship, which is why some people like Susan Rice are not intrigued by the move.

News & Politics 41 537 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T12:01:54-05:00 Notorious tooter Eric Swalwell goes on television and contradicts himself in one single long-winded sentence comparing Russian interference in the election with Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.

Swalwell suggests you can't hold it against Bernie if Russia likes him, but you can hold it agains Trump and even consider him a Russian asset.

“You can’t hold it against Bernie Sanders that this may be a preference of Russia, but you can hold it, and ask questions of Donald Trump, if he is working as an agent of Russia … "

News & Politics 82 1298 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T12:01:36-05:00 Bernie Sanders supporters are being blamed for the recent vandalism that happened at a Bloomberg campaign office in Tennessee. While there is no actual suspect, the Bloomberg campaign is considering the Sanders supporters, often referred to as "Bernie Bros," as a suspect.

News & Politics 47 480 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T12:01:33-05:00 This is one of those videos where Governor Gavin Newsom makes me put on a women's pair of UGGS, order something from Starbucks that has 42 ingredients and 900 calories, sit there sipping it getting fatter by the second and say "I can't even" as loud as possible while counting down the days to diabeetus.

What is Newsom thinking in this video? What about cleaning up the fecal matter in the streets and preventing disease before trying to ask doctors to get a second job as a real estate agent.

This is why people want a wall around California.

News & Politics 39 632 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T11:34:12-05:00 News & Politics 0 436 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-22T11:34:11-05:00 News & Politics 0 485 2020-02-22 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-21T23:39:21-05:00 President Donald Trump makes big claim that his economy has earnings for the bottom ten percent rising proportionately faster than those at the top. Trump claims this is the best it's been since the previous three presidents and "they don't like telling you" about it. They possibly refers to mainstream media or Democrats - or both.

News & Politics 46 470 2020-02-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-21T23:39:04-05:00 Dem. Candidate Bernie Sanders learned that Russia was helping his campaign for president and he responded with a video message for them. The story originally broke on The Washington Post, but according to CNN - it still remains unclear exactly how Russia is helping Sanders' campaign, and well - if they're actually helping at all or if it's just a speculative conspiracy to cause some election chaos.

This comes right when Bernie Sanders starts picking up steam against his Democrat candidates and even surges towards the lead for the Democrats.

There are some who also believe that Moscow is "taking steps to help President Donald Trump win" according to CNN. However, that too remains unclear and unproven.

Bernie Sanders told some reporters in California a message regarding Russia and the election coming up.

"It was not clear what role they're going to play. We were told that Russia, maybe other countries, are going to get involved in this campaign, and look, here's the message to Russia: stay out of American elections," Sanders said.

"And what they are doing, by the way, the ugly thing that they are doing, and I've seen some of their tweets and stuff, is they try to divide us up. That's what they did in 2016 and that is the ugliest thing they are doing -- is they are trying to cause chaos, they are trying to cause hatred in America."

The Vermont senator speculated that the news broke on Friday afternoon in order to have an impact on Saturday's Nevada caucuses, in which he is a leading candidate.

Two of Sanders' centrist Democratic rivals seized on the news, with Michael Bloomberg's campaign calling Russian support for Sanders a "no-brainer" for Moscow. (CNN)

Of course we should take this with a grain of salt. When it comes time to vote, the only person responsible for your vote is YOU, and you can vote for anyone you wish and never tell a single person about it.

No one is responsible for your decision in the voting booth besides yourself.

Remember that.

News & Politics 83 570 2020-02-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-21T23:38:49-05:00 Dem candidate Joe Biden could not remember his late son's former job. During a town hall event for CNN, Biden falsely claimed his late son, Beau Biden, was the attorney general for the United States.

Never direct the Justice Department as to who they should or should not indict and under what circumstances they should or should not... That is an independent judgement to be made... My son, the one who, my deceased son, was the Attorney General of the United States... and before that, he was a federal prosecutor in one of the largest offices in the country in Philadelphia... And I’ll tell you what, he wouldn’t even talk to me about anything he was doing – his father – and he shouldn’t have, and I didn’t have any control over either one of those things...

That's actually incorrect.

Beau Biden was the attorney general for the state of Delaware.

There's quite a difference between the entire country and one small state that was made famous in the movie Wayne's World as being the most boring place you could visit.

But hey, Delaware has really nice beaches and good crab cakes, so they've got something great for summer.

News & Politics 35 2003 2020-02-21 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T19:10:12-05:00 Podcasts 0 154 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T19:10:12-05:00 Podcasts 0 146 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T19:10:12-05:00 Podcasts 0 155 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T19:10:12-05:00 Podcasts 0 268 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T18:10:58-05:00 CNN hosts discuss a recent Michael Bloomberg video that was edited and posted on his Twitter account. The video shows debate candidates with the sound of crickets in the background. In jest, the media will likely fact check this video to say something like: "no - there were not any real crickets on the debate stage."

I don't know about you, but I am excited to see what Snopes says about Bloomberg's obviously edited video.

From David Rutz:

Media figures rushed to fact check a humorous, clearly edited video released by Michael Bloomberg's campaign on Thursday, with one CNN reporter comparing it to a so-called deepfake.

In the video, Bloomberg's question at Wednesday's Democratic debate about whether any other candidates had started their own business is met with 20 seconds of blank stares, complete with cricket noises, the classic sound effect during an awkward silence. In reality, the silence lasted a beat before Bloomberg moved on.

News & Politics 187 1746 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T18:03:12-05:00 Roger Stone might be an ally to President Donald Trump, but Trump won't hesitate to point out a tainted jury forewoman when he sees one. In this particular case, the jury forewoman seemed to be a bit favorable on the Democratic side of politics and there's speculation this influenced her decision in jury matters.

News & Politics 388 578 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T17:57:11-05:00 This man might actually be President Trump's number one fan! His name is Bussa Krishna and he installed a 6-foot statue of Donald Trump near his house and worships it on a daily basis. Trump has plans to visit India, so Krishna wants to get his hopes up in the event Trump notices this and stops by.

Krishna also carries Trump's picture and prays to him before starting his daily work.

NDTV reported:

I wish to meet him, I request the government to make my dream come true," Mr Bussa told ANI.

Mr Bussa, however, is not just any fan but considers himself to be a devotee of the POTUS. He has even installed a 6-feet statue of the US President near his house and offers prayers daily.

"I also carry his (Trump's) picture and before any work, I pray to him. He is like a God to me that is the reason I had his statue built. It took almost a month and 15 labourers to build this statue," he said.

His friends told ANI that the villagers have started referring to him affectionately as ''Trump'' Krishna, due to his devotion to the POTUS.

If there's anyone who is dedicated to Trump and should probably get a job in the White House, then maybe Krishna is the man for the job!

News & Politics 91 2477 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:44:19-05:00 Amy Klobuchar is running for president but she isn't sure who the president of Mexico is. He is someone she would need to talk with about issues, like trade, immigration, human trafficking - you know, things that matter. She gets roasted here about not knowing his name. And if you're wondering, the President of Mexico is Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

News & Politics 96 408 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:43:51-05:00 Bernie Sanders is asked about his thoughts on PA workers losing their jobs if they don't follow the Green New Deal. Sanders claims the Green New Deal will create 20 million jobs, but there does not seem any way to prove that the deal can actually create that many jobs. Bernie Sanders says it's a moral issue to move away from fracking.

News & Politics 96 593 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:43:25-05:00 Pete Buttigieg once wrote an essay talking about Bernie Sanders and socialism. Buttigieg is confronted with a question about it and he defends it. Maybe Pete needs a week-long vacation in Venezuela to see what real socialism looks like.

News & Politics 39 435 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:43:13-05:00 Can you imagine any of these Democrats running the country? They are basically yelling over each other at the recent debate as host Lester Holt is trying to ask the next question. Chaos absolutely ensued and the debate went from being a formal event to a peanut eating circus.

News & Politics 23 570 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:43:03-05:00 If you turned off the Democratic debate near the end, then you might have missed these protesters screaming at Joe Biden at the end.

News & Politics 29 597 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:42:52-05:00 Jason Johnson of MSNBC made a hilarious joke about Michael Bloomberg by saying he had the “most expensive night in Vegas I’ve ever seen, he lost everything” - and that was in regards to his performance during the latest Democratic debate - nothing to do with playing the games.

News & Politics 68 594 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:27:43-05:00 CNN's Bakari Sellers says President Donald Trump would absolutely destroy Michael Bloomberg if if his debate performance is any example of what they will see in the future. Sellers suggests that Bloomberg didn't spend any money on debate prep, and if he did, he probably fired them on the way home.

News & Politics 102 440 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:27:23-05:00 Dem Candidate and billionaire Michael Bloomberg says that Donald Trump was the real winner of the latest Dem debate.

News & Politics 10 449 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:27:18-05:00 Former Vice President Joe Biden is saying that he can help a Democrat win the Senate race in PA this year. However, there is no Senate race in PA this year. Although, Biden did say "clearly Pennsylvania" Well, Joe - clearly not.

News & Politics 15 842 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-20T16:27:12-05:00 Numerous liberal and Democrat personalities and outlets are suggesting that President Donald Trump won the Democratic Debate after the circus we witnessed on the debate floor. We watched Democrat candidates verbally attack each other, throw each other under the bus, and demonstrate that none of them are really ready to win over the country - let alone run it.

News & Politics 12 616 2020-02-20 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:38:37-05:00 Bernie Sanders gets called out by Michael Bloomberg as being the best known socialist who just happens to be a millionaire with three houses. Bernie Sanders admits he has three homes and Sanders defends himself. This was a very heated moment during tonight's Democratic debate.

News & Politics 29 905 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:35:35-05:00 Bernie Sanders might be feeling the burn after he got shredded by Michael Bloomberg, who said there's no way Trump will lose to the socialist.

News & Politics 126 541 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:33:38-05:00 Michael Bloomberg has to respond to Elizabeth Warren's accusations about how he treats women, particularly the language he uses to address them.

News & Politics 143 640 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:05:08-05:00 Former President Barack Obama posted a suggesting on President's Day that he helped build the booming economy that Trump is responsible for. Obama faced immediate backlash when he did this.

News & Politics 73 1144 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:01:12-05:00 Jerry Rice, easily one of the best wide receivers of all time, is out there saying thanks to President Donald Trump for getting 49ers former owner pardoned. The former owner is Eddie DeBartolo Jr.

News & Politics 32 567 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T22:01:00-05:00 Right when tonight's Democratic debate started, Elizabeth Warren wasted no time and went right for fellow candidate Michael Bloomberg and confronted him on his horrible comments about women. I don't want to say what she said, so you'll just have to watch the video to hear them straight from the candidates mouth.

News & Politics 25 563 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T20:46:03-05:00 News & Politics 61 223 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T20:21:03-05:00 Billionaire Democrat candidate Michael Bloomberg is not very cool, but he will pay you $2,500 to say he is. It was recently discovered that Bloomberg has set aside some of his massive campaign budget to hire people to say nice things about him on social media for the cost of $2,500 per month.

Bloomberg is creating his own digital army to make him look cool to potential voters. One might call that lame, petty, and a waste of money. Other people might consider this election interference.

When the alleged Russians were buying ads on social media or making fake accounts to influence people, wasn't that basically the same thing? If Bloomberg gave me $2,500, I would say whatever he wanted me to say, then right before the election I'd say "haha just kidding, vote for Trump!"

So what's going on with Bloomberg's little digital army of social media influencers?

Well, Emily Zanotti from the Daily Wire posted about it. She wrote:

The 500 “deputy digital organizers” will earn an estimated $2,500 per month — more than some campaigns pay senior staff — to “to promote Mr. Bloomberg to everyone in their phones’ contacts by text each week and make social-media posts supporting him daily,” the Journal reports. Organizers are expected to spend between 20 and 30 hours per week actively promoting Bloomberg on all of their social media platforms and making personal contacts where appropriate.

“‘The Fight for Equal Rights Has Been One of the Great Fights of Mike’s Life,’ reads one such suggested prompt regarding Mr. Bloomberg’s early support for same-sex marriage,” but the message can be tailored however the “digital organizer” thinks is best — whatever they believe will sway their family and friends to vote for Bloomberg in California’s primary on March 3rd.

Bloomberg’s operation is arming digital organizers with voter registration information, as well, so that they can help with the get out the vote effort: “Helping organize the effort is Outvote, an app that lets users send pre-written texts, post campaign materials to social media and send data back to campaigns. The app, funded by Higher Ground Labs, a Democratic political technology incubator, generally focuses on pushing volunteers to distribute content. Outvote also allows users to look up whether their friends have voted in past elections by matching their contact lists with public data.”

Social media influencers are all over the place. They are usually people with a lot of followers who get paid to post things, like "wow, check out these nice shoes I'm wearing" or girls who model clothes - stuff like that.

You don't usually see social media influencers talking up the political candidates, and you shouldn't need to. If you're a good candidate, then you'll get tons of press on your own - like Donald Trump does every single day for free.

Bloomberg on the other hand, he's not that likeable and he's not cool at all. He needs to buy his fans and promotional messages because he's a lousy candidate.

It's funny how someone so short can be so big on the awfulness, but we have Michael Bloomberg for all that.

News & Politics 294 341 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T18:41:27-05:00 News & Politics 330 747 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T14:59:24-05:00 Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests that billionaires should not exist and also mentions Michael Bloomberg's power, tied to his money, as being how he got into the DNC debate.

This raises the question on Democrats and their true focus. Do they want billionaires to exist and pay for everything? Or do they want billionaires to not exist at all? They cannot have it both ways.

Ironically, billionaires are also donating large amounts of money to Democrat presidential candidates.

Forbes published an article exposing it:

Forbes mined roughly 2.5 million entries in the Federal Election Commission database and found that almost 20% of American billionaires have donated—either directly or through their spouse—to the campaign committees of Democrats running for president. Ninety billionaires donated in their own names. We found 23 billionaires who did not give any money but are married to people who did. By the close of the latest fundraising period, on September 30, 2019, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Cory Booker each counted at least 40 billionaires or spouses of billionaires among their backers.

Call it the billionaire horse race, as candidates travel the country collecting funds from the richest people in America. Harris got out of the gate quickly, attracting 30 big-money donors, including Laurene Powell Jobs and Salesforce’s Marc Benioff, during her first two months on the campaign trail. Lately, Joe Biden has been gaining ground. He got 19 new donors from July to September—more than any other candidate in that span. Some billionaires are betting on virtually everyone, increasing their odds of picking a winner. Blackstone president Jonathan Gray, for instance, has given to ten candidates.

Billionaires aren’t necessarily the secret to winning elections. Just ask Beto O’Rourke, who got 13 of them to donate to his campaign, then dropped out in early November. Or Bernie Sanders, who has raised more money than any other Democrat, without a single billionaire donor that Forbes could find. (One spouse of a billionaire gave to the Vermont senator.) But friends with padded wallets tend to come in handy as elections push forward and candidates spend more and more money. 

How can any Democrat candidates be talking about equality when they have billionaires donating to them. That doesn't really make much sense.

News & Politics 70 595 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T14:11:44-05:00 Family and friends gathered around to say thanks to President Trump who signed the First Step Act that allowed an innocent man, Clinton Stewart, to be released from prison after serving seven years. He was in jail for corporate accusations and wanted former President Barack Obama to help him, but Obama did not.

Olivia Hodges wrote the following on YouTube on the video she uploaded: "Clinton Stewart, one of the #IRP5 businessmen wrongfully convicted in Denver, Colorado for a crime they didn't commit was released from the Florence Prison Camp in Florence, CO due to the #FirstStepAct signed by President Donald Trump!"

At one point there was a Petition to help the innocent men accused of corporate crimes but it did not get as much attention.

Their Change petition stated:

Patriotic and dedicated business executives who are serving 7-11 year sentences in a federal prison in Florence, Colorado. Sadly, they never committed a crime and have been gone from us for the past 4 and a half years. We, the families, including wives and children, are devastated and struggling from their loss.

We are asking the public and the media to help us expose the horrible injustice done to our fathers by signing our petition. The fathers, brothers and sons (David A. Banks, Kendrick Barnes, David A. Zirpolo, Clinton A. Stewart and Demetrius K. Harper) are innocent!

"Our loved ones are known as the IRP6." After 9/11, they started a company called IRP Solutions. IRP Solutions developed a criminal investigations software solution called Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC, pronounced "silk) to help the Department of Homeland Security, FBI and other law enforcement agencies modernize their information technology systems and more effectively share information and collaborate with each other. We were so proud of what they accomplished and what it could mean for our country. For reasons we don't begin to understand, prosecutors said the their business and software was a scam. That is just not true. The facts and circumstances simply don't support that claim. CILC was featured in Police Magazine, Law Enforcement Technology magazine, a college texbook called Criminal Investigation (8th edition, Bennett and Hess (2007)) by Thomson Learning Inc. We know the truth and so do others who have actually reviewed this case.

News & Politics 217 5087 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T14:10:49-05:00 At first people were not sure if it was true, but then Democrat Senator Chris Murphy was meeting with Iran. Murphy confirmed the meeting. President Donald Trump suggests that Chris Murphy might have violated the Logan Act.

As seen on CSPAN, "President Trump: "I saw that…Senator Murphy met with the Iranians; is that a fact? I just saw that on the way over. Is there anything that I should know? Because that sounds like to me a violation of the Logan Act."

While the violation still needs to be confirmed, it should be noted that Senator Murphy did confirm the meeting, so if it was rumored to be a secret, then it is a secret no more.

Murphy wrote to the public:

1/ I met w the Iranian Foriegn Minister in Munich. It’s dangerous not to talk to adversaries, esp amidst a cycle of escalation. Quick thread on what I told Zarif."

His thread went like this:

2/ First, I urged him to control any Iranian proxies in Iraq who might attack U.S. forces and allies there. Second, I pressed him to release American citizens being unlawfully detained in Iran. Third, I pushed him to end the Houthi blockage of humanitarian aid in Yemen.

3/ Congress is a co-equal branch to the executive. We set foreign policy too. Many of us have met w Zarif over the years, under Obama and Trump. So though no one in Congress can negotiate with Zarif or carry official U.S. government messages, there is value in having a dialogue.

4/ I wish President Trump would see that value too. Because our current policy of blind, non-strategic escalation is just making Iran more powerful and menacing, and making America weaker and less secure.

Murphy posted a blog entry on Medium as well. It only received 235 "claps" at the time of this article.

News & Politics 34 1003 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T14:10:38-05:00 Democrat candidate for President, Pete Buttigieg, is talking about his health care options and when he mentioned 180 million Americans possibly losing their private health care, he said "I don't care." His logic is that insurance companies will need to come up with something better than what his ideas are. Buttigieg does have a good point that a lot of pressure should be on insurance companies to provide quality and affordable care.

However, Buttigieg should not put the pressure or blame on the American people, especially 180 million of them.

One way to fix the problem might be to get rid of Obamacare and go back to what we had before that when our insurance companies gave us plans that were actually affordable.

Townhall reported:

Pete Buttigieg, who has emerged as a top-tier candidate after the Iowa caucuses, causually brushed off the fact that millions of Americans would lose their preferred insurance under a system exclusively run by the government, as we've seen under the Affordable Care Act.

After the Democratic primary, the eventual nominee will have to answer these questions regarding health care plans. Aside from the hefty price tags attached to each candidate's plan, government healthcare restricts consumer choice and causes millions of Americans to be kicked off of their health insurance.

News & Politics 13 1973 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T12:33:16-05:00 James Woods spoke out after seeing a girl stumping for socialism and an end to capitalism at a Bernie Sanders event. She was literally calling for socialism, wanted to end capitalism, and that's when James Woods just couldn't take it anymore. He straight up said, "they're not even trying to hide it anymore" and he's referencing the blatant call for socialism, one of the worst forms of government there could be. Woods wrote, "They don’t even try to hide it anymore. Socialism is now the bedrock of the @TheDemocrats. Like when they cheered about post-birth “abortion.” No more pretense."

The replies were great.

News & Politics 25 1103 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T01:29:10-05:00 Bernie Sanders had to pause his speech for a moment as a boat drives by with a massive Trump sign and a super loud horn. Just listen to that horn go!! Very clever!

It is still unclear who made this video, so if you made it, please contact us so we can give credit! Would love to hook you up with a big shout out!!


The fog horn in the video was added in later by someone else. We found the original video that does not have the loud hilarious horn and you can see that below.

All credit to the original goes to them, so follow them if you like!

News & Politics 15 25795 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-19T00:31:50-05:00 Billionaire Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is facing backlash on his unearthed comments suggesting that if someone is 95 with cancer, that they should just have a nice day and go pass away - because it's not like there's any cure to save them and it costs too much money.

Bloomberg's clip focuses on the lack of a cure and how much it would cost in health care to treat the person, so in his logic, it's better to tell the patient they lived a long life and let them pass away.

“We’ve got to sit here and say which things we’re going to do, and which things we’re not, nobody wants to do that. Y’know, if you show up with prostate cancer, you’re 95 years old, we should say, ‘Go and enjoy. Have a nice [inaudible]. Live a long life. There’s no cure, and we can’t do anything.’ If you’re a young person, we should do something about it,” Bloomberg said in the video. (Daily Caller)

News & Politics 307 2894 2020-02-19 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T19:25:45-05:00 Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg suggests that anyone can be a farmer if they just dig a hole, put some seeds down, and put some water on it. Farmers across the country would probably suggest there's a lot more to it than digging little holes for seeds.

Pete on Twitter shared this video with the caption:

Bloomberg on why farmers can’t work in information technology MB: “I can teach anyone how to be a farmer 1 dig a hole 2 put a seed in 3 put dirt on top 4 add water 5 up comes the corn” The skill 4information technology is completely different you need more grey matter

News & Politics 58 1719 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T15:25:40-05:00 The United States Attorney's Office has announced the official arrest of Massachusetts State Representative David Nangle on numerous charges such as embezzlement and fraud. Nangle is accused of stealing over $70,000 to fund his personal endeavors.

News & Politics 299 1346 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T14:59:01-05:00 Democrat Representative David Nangle was arrested by the FBI and IRS on a 28-count indictment that includes a wide variety of corruption charges. Some of those charges include, at this time, bank fraud, wire fraud, lying to a bank, and even filing false tax returns.

So what happened?

It turns out that Nangle has an apparent gambling problem and he built up a lot of debts by doing so. He then turned to campaign funds and used money for reasons that would find him committing crimes of corruption.

As stated on ABC News:

"Time after time he allegedly used campaign funds to pay for personal expenses, spending thousands of dollars on golf club fees, gas, gift cards, hotels, restaurants, flowers and rental cars for trips to casinos, some of which he had already been reimbursed for by taxpayers," said the FBI’s Joe Bonavolonta.

When regulators asked about these expenses, prosecutors said Nangle "fraudulently described the purpose of such spending as political in nature."

However, not everyone agrees with the FBI and IRS. Nangle's attorney stood up for him, as all attorney's generally do, and made a statement to ABC News in his client's defense.

That statement included:

"David Nangle is a good man who has proudly served his district as a state representative," Nangle's attorney, William Connolly, said in a statement to ABC News. "The charges against David are nothing more than allegations. We will fight these charges in court.."

Nangle's salary might be around the $100,000 area during his time as a representative - information that can be obtained or found in court records.

But that apparently did not matter when it came to Nangle's alleged gambling issues.

"Despite his salary and perks, Nangle was heavily in debt, had poor credit and had regular cash flow problems as a result of extensive gambling at various casinos in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, among others -- placing thousands of bets on internet gambling sites," per the indictment.

If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, then please get help.

News & Politics 56 2487 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T14:46:29-05:00 Meghan McCain has not been convinced by her co-hosts on The View to vote for a Democrat in the 2020 election. McCain tells them they're doing a poor job of stating their case for any of the Democrat candidates.

News & Politics 385 229 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T13:57:06-05:00 President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania received quite a warm welcome and a "four more years" chant from a hearty NASCAR crowd.

Trump said:

For 500, heart-pounding miles, these fierce competitors will chase the checkered flag, fight for the Harley J. Earl trophy and make their play for pure American glory and that is what it is pure American glory.

News & Politics 115 309 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T13:43:37-05:00 News & Politics News & Politics 458 614 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T13:39:08-05:00 President Donald Trump suggests that he might file lawsuits over the failed Mueller Probe that had "badly tainted" results. Trump posted his concerns on Twitter as he lashed out about it.

Trump said:

These were Mueller prosecutors, and the whole Mueller investigation was illegally set up based on a phony and now fully discredited Fake Dossier, lying and forging documents to the FISA Court, and many other things. Everything having to do with this fraudulent investigation is...

....badly tainted and, in my opinion, should be thrown out. Even Mueller’s statement to Congress that he did not see me to become the FBI Director (again), has been proven false. The whole deal was a total SCAM. If I wasn’t President, I’d be suing everyone all over the place...


News & Politics 256 768 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T13:38:11-05:00 Laura Ingraham goes on a bit of a rant to talk about some of the Democratic candidates running for president this year. Ingraham refers to them as the "party of snobs."

News & Politics 446 672 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T12:52:14-05:00 Former Vice President Joe Biden says this is the greatest abuse of power in regards to what Bill Barr did to get Trump ally Roger Stone a lighter sentence.

Biden, who is now running for president, claims that 'Democracy is at risk' under Trump. Biden is claiming that Trump abuses his power.

Also, Joe Biden has a nickname quid pro Joe and many would behoove themselves to remember why he's called that.

News & Politics 161 902 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-18T12:27:05-05:00 If there was ever a deep state hit job, then this might be it. The national association of federal judges are having an emergency meeting to figure out what to do about politically sensitive cases, in particular - Bill Barr and President Donald Trump having a say on a more lenient sentence for Roger Stone.

Philadelphia U.S. District Judge Cynthia Rufe, who heads the independent Federal Judges Association, said the group “could not wait” until its spring conference to weigh in on a deepening crisis that has enveloped the Justice Department and Attorney General William Barr. “There are plenty of issues that we are concerned about,” Rufe told USA TODAY. “We’ll talk all of this through.” (USA Today)

Rufe is saying that a group of over 1,000 federal jurists have requested the meeting in response to Trump's criticism of the prosecutors - those particularly working the Roger Stone case, and four of whom have resigned.

Trump and Barr appeared to have intervened and got Roger Stone a lesser sentence, but in hindsight, his sentence should not have been extreme to begin with. Trump was seen on Twitter trashing the judge. 

“Is this the judge that put Paul Manafort in SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, something not even mobster Al Capone had to endure?” Trump tweeted last week, referring to U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson. “How did she treat Crooked Hillary Clinton? Just asking!" Jackson jailed Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, prior to his convictions in two separate financial fraud cases after he sought to tamper with potential witnesses. 

Rufe claimed that this meeting and the judges won't get involved with any current cases, but they do support Judge Jackson. 

“I am not concerned with how a particular judge will rule,” Rufe said, praising Jackson's reputation. “We are supportive of any federal judge who does what is required.”

What is required is a fair sentence, not a sentence that involves emotions about politics. 

Over 2,000 Department of Justice officials called for attorney general Bill Barr to resign. It's been labeled a political hit job by Lindsey Graham.

News & Politics News & Politics 66 1965 2020-02-18 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T23:08:24-05:00 Lyndsey Graham isn't going out on a limb for nothing when he called this out. It absolutely appears to be a political hit job on Attorney General Bill Barr as more than 2,000 former Justice Department officials have called for him to resign immediately. These officials have served on both sides of the political spectrum, in both Democratic and Republican ways.

CNN's report stated:

"Mr. Barr's actions in doing the President's personal bidding unfortunately speak louder than his words. Those actions, and the damage they have done to the Department of Justice's reputation for integrity and the rule of law, require Mr. Barr to resign. But because we have little expectation he will do so, it falls to the Department's career officials to take appropriate action to uphold their oaths of office and defend nonpartisan, apolitical justice," the officials wrote in a statement.

The statement's signatures, which numbered 1,100 when the post was initially published, had risen to 2,003 signatures as of Monday afternoon.

News & Politics 369 299 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T22:53:01-05:00 Former President Barack Obama suggest that he gets credit for having the "longest streak of job creation" in United States history. One should remember that he was in the White House for eight years, in comparison to some who only served one term.

Fox News reports:

Former President Barack Obama took to Twitter to claim credit for strong economic growth and, in his words, "the longest streak of job creation in American history." Economist Steve Moore and Real Clear Politics correspondent Susan Crabtree weigh in.

News & Politics 325 217 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T22:24:09-05:00 Remember that famous meeting with Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch on the tarmac? Now we have even more information on it and it's just getting started. 

“We knew something had occurred that was a bit unusual. It was a planned meeting. It was not a coincidence,” journalist Christopher Sign told “Fox & Friends" about the explosive meeting that cast a negative light over the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. Sign said: “[Secret on the Tarmac] details everything that they don’t want you to know and everything they think you forgot, but Bill Clinton was on that plane for 20 minutes and it wasn’t just about golf, grandkids, and Brexit. There's so much that doesn’t add up." He said that his source who was there outlined that when Clinton arrived at the airport, he was waiting for Lynch. “He then sat and waited in his car with the motorcade, her airstairs come down, most of her staff gets off, he then gets on as the Secret Service and FBI are figuring out ‘How in the world are we supposed to handle this? What are we supposed to do?’” Sign said.

News & Politics 188 2752 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T19:31:08-05:00 Michael Bloomberg once suggested that black and latino males aged 16-25 don't know how to behave in the workplace. He also said something along the lines of them not having or looking for jobs, no prospects, and it's really hard to imagine that Michael Bloomberg would have any support in the race for president after people see this video.

News & Politics 19 632 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T19:31:01-05:00 Democrat candidate for President, Michael Bloomberg, had said back in 2016 that a solution to some of the problems people have might be solved by having more open borders. Benny Johnson quoted him on Twitter: "Mike Bloomberg in 2016: “The solution to our problems” of a more “complex” and “dangerous” world “is more Open Borders, not Closed Borders..”"

News & Politics 113 262 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-17T19:30:53-05:00 Democrat Stacey Abrams, who lost her election running for governor and then refused to accept defeat, now says she will run for president one day. She says she wants to do good.

News & Politics 131 634 2020-02-17 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:47:29-05:00 Donna Brazile, the former DNC chair, was on Fox News Sunday talking about comments and record of Michael Bloomberg, a Democrat candidate for president. She suggests to be "extremely dismayed" and even "very uncomfortable" with Bloomberg.

If she's unhappy with some of his past, then how will the current DNC chair feel about it?

News & Politics 91 616 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:47:07-05:00 Amy Klobuchar faced criticism when she prosecuted a black teenager despite a lack of evidence. The "surveillance tape was not presented, no DNA, no gun, alibi witnesses not talked to, no fingerprints" - but he was still prosecuted.  ABC News’ Martha Raddatz wants to know why.

The back-and-forth between Hostin and Klobuchar, the former top prosecutor in Minneapolis, concerned an Associated Press investigation into the case of Myon Burrell. Burrell was 16 when he was apprehended in the 2002 death of an 11-year-old African American girl, killed by a stray bullet while doing her homework.

No gun, fingerprints or DNA were ever recovered, and the case against Burrell relied on the testimony of a teen rival who offered conflicting stories when identifying the trigger man, who was standing 120 feet away, mostly behind a wall, the AP reported.

The AP also uncovered questionable police tactics in the case, including an investigator who offered cash for information, and interviewed a prison inmate who said that he was the triggerman and that Burrell was not on the scene when Tyesha Edwards was shot and killed.

Klobuchar, whose office prosecuted the case, has raised the case throughout her political career — even during her 2020 presidential campaign — as an example of how she helped find justice for victims of violence. (Mercury News)

News & Politics 114 340 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:46:45-05:00 Joe Biden's interview with Jorge Ramos may not have had the results his campaign desired. He was fact checked several times, and even admit that former President Barack Obama's administration detained migrant and immigrant children at the border (kids in cages). Now Joe Biden is stating that illegal immigration is a 'gift' to the United States.

Biden says we can afford to host more people in our big country and that it's not a burden, "it's a gift."

The Democrat candidate says the undocumented immigrants are why the society functions and economy grows.

News & Politics 26 1381 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:46:37-05:00 Joaquin Phoenix gave a ground breaking performance in the JOKER movie, but this bizarre speech about oppressing cows for milk at the Oscars might have people shaking their heads.

News & Politics 131 544 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:46:08-05:00 Here's a video of Michael Bloomberg dressed as a sea creature while participating in a play in New York. It's one of those videos that Trump is likely to post to his fans because of how strange it is.

News & Politics 47 1020 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:46:01-05:00 Joe Biden was being interviewed by Jorge Ramos and Biden falsely claimed that former Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush Jr. had more deportations than former President Barack Obama's administration had. That was immensely false. The table below is from and shows the number of removals from each president. These are historical statistics that can be used to compare each president. These stats haven't been updated, on this chart, to represent the true numbers for President Trump - but the statistics for previous presidents shouldn't change as they are clearly out of office.

As you can see below, Obama had over 3 million removals, Clinton had over 2 million, but less than Obama, and Clinton had almost 900,000 - barely a third of what Obama had.

Joe Biden was wrong.

News & Politics 106 1056 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:45:47-05:00 Bernie Sanders was on stage speaking when a girl hopped on stage and ripped away one of the microphones. He tried to pull his mic away and she then took one of the mics on the podium. Bernie Sanders then moved away from her, with a clear look of disgust on his face. The girl started yapping about some issue she's into.

News & Politics 31 800 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:45:41-05:00 Lara Trump goes on the record to suggest that socialist Democrats won't be able to compete with President Donald Trump because of his track record and success, particularly with the economy. More on the Trump economy can be found here.

News & Politics 29 448 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:45:30-05:00 Democrat presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar has to answer about her former record as a prosecutor and the racial disparity that was revealed. This took place while she was doing an interview/appearance on CNN.

Senator Amy Klobuchar pressed the need to tackle racial disparities in the criminal justice system as scrutiny over her track record as a prosecutor in Minnesota increased following a strong showing in the New Hampshire primary. (Bloomberg)

News & Politics 55 218 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T19:45:15-05:00 Presidential candidate Tom Steyer appears to downplay Donald Trump and gets stopped in his tracks by ABC's Martha Raddatz. Trump's economy is fairly strong and if a Democrat candidate is going to throw some shade on Donald Trump, then the economy shouldn't be a talking point.

News & Politics 106 828 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T17:13:08-05:00 The doctor who blew the whistle on the coronovirus was shamed, slammed in the media, and called it out back in December. He then passed away from the virus. Senator Tom Cotton suggests the communist party of China may have lied about the origin of the coronavirus and that it did not comes from the Wuhan animal open food market. They speculate it could have come from a biological lab not too far away. It is their only super laboratory that researches infectious diseases. There is no evidence that the coronavirus came from there, but there is a lot of speculation.

The virus went into the market before coming out of it.

Credit Sunday Morning Futures.

News & Politics 562 936 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T17:12:45-05:00 President Donald Trump arrived in Florida for the Daytona 500 to kick off the NASCAR season. He does a lap around the track in the presidential car known as THE BEAST!

News & Politics 17 3318 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-16T16:28:46-05:00 Podcasts 0 160 2020-02-16 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-15T18:06:57-05:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is being interviewed on CNN with Christine Amanpour. The host mentions that President Donald Trump was acquitted and it triggers Nancy Pelosi. She interrupts the host and claims that despite what happened (he was acquitted), that Trump is not vindicated, not acquitted, impeached forever, and Nancy appears to not accept what actually happened.

“What about, though, the fact that the president seems liberated, and this is about democratic politics so I’m not asking you to criticize here, but he was acquitted, his poll ratings are high …” Amanpour said.

“He was not … there was no …” Pelosi interrupted.

“You can’t have an acquittal unless you have a trial, and you can’t have a trial unless you have witnesses and documents. So he can say he’s acquitted, and the headlines can say ‘acquitted,’ but he’s impeached forever, branded with that, and not vindicated,” Pelosi continued. (Daily Caller)

Technically speaking, yes President Donald Trump was acquitted and the Democrats in Senate (and Mitt Romney) did not reach two-thirds of votes needed to remove him from the White House.

News & Politics 40 4716 2020-02-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-15T18:06:46-05:00 Sean Hannity and a panel of guests discuss the issues with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Hannity says his sources are telling him that the people who engaged in premeditated FISA fraud and the phony dossier are about to get their world rocked.

However, there's not much other information to take out of this other then those who get caught will face some consequences.

But, what will those consequences be?

Friday’s announcement that the DOJ will not charge former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for lying to investigators on four occasions, three times under oath, left many of us in a state of shock, especially as the four prosecutors’ handling the Roger Stone case insist he deserves a seven to nine year prison sentence. When one compares the FBI and the Mueller team’s harsh treatment of General Flynn, George Papadopoulos and others to the passes given to the likes of McCabe, Hillary Clinton and James, it’s become clear that America operates under a two-tiered system of justice. It’s hard to conclude otherwise. (Red State)

News & Politics 106 1409 2020-02-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-15T12:48:14-05:00 An in-depth investigative report could be on the way to linking three former United States presidents might be linked to a massive taxpayer slush fund. The scandal might also involve 35 governments and a number of NGOs in what one researcher is calling a global slush fund that has potentially siphoned $90B in American taxpayer money. 

This is independent research and what the particular researcher is trying to reveal or figure out. Do not confuse this with facts until the formal reports are made and the evidence is linked. However, this opens eyes and puts people on the path of their own research to see what's really going on out there behind closed doors.

As stated on Corey Digs:

There are allegedly 23.3 million people on HIV treatment. The new three-in-one pill runs $75/year per person in developing countries. The Clintons, among others, are cashing in on this new drug. An almost identical therapy in the U.S. runs $39,000 per person, per year. The global HIV drugs market exceeded a value of $24.7 billion in 2018.

News & Politics News & Politics 141 5975 2020-02-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-15T12:38:16-05:00 News & Politics 53 1151 2020-02-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-15T12:26:45-05:00 President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are heading to Daytona, Florida, for NASCAR's season opener Daytona 500 race, which takes place on Sunday, February 16, at 2:30.

NASCAR has accepted Trump's visit and they also gave him the honor of being named the grand marshal of the race. 

Donald Trump is the first sitting president to receive the honor of being named the grand marshal for the Daytona 500.

As reported on the Washington Examiner:

"Daytona International Speedway has been privileged to have hosted several sitting Presidents of the United States over our history," Daytona International Speedway President Chip Wile said in a statement. "We’re honored that the President of the United States has chosen to experience the pageantry and excitement of ‘The Great American Race’ by attending Sunday’s 62nd annual Daytona 500."

The video above shows Donald and Melania Trump boarding Air Force one for departure to the race location area.

Get those ear plugs ready, because the Trump's are getting revved up!

News & Politics 704 1779 2020-02-15 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T14:40:03-05:00 News & Politics 1836 1648 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T03:42:55-05:00 Podcasts 0 159 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T03:42:55-05:00 Podcasts 0 169 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T03:04:20-05:00 Judge Napolitano suggests that a potentially biased juror in the Roger Stone case, Tomeka Hart, may have hid her bias during the jury selection. The judge also states that if she lied and hid her bias, and the bias affected the outcome of the trial, that Tomeka Hart could actually face time in jail. If that happens, then there's the chance for Roger Stone to have a new trial ordered, if the court wishes to do so.

Hart's bias was not discovered until after the trial. Stone's sentencing has not been determined.

Napolitano said about what should've or could've happened:

The proper thing for the judge to do is to bring this juror back in the courtroom in the presence of Roger Stone and his lawyers and in the presence of the four prosecutors who have since resigned because their resignations are not effective until she, the trial judge, accepts them and interrogate this woman in order to determine whether the bias influenced her guilty vote and whether that bias was passed on to other members of the jury.

When Tucker Carlson asked what could happen next for Tomeka Hart, Judge Napolitano said:

It would be catastrophic for her,... First of all, she is a lawyer. So she would be prosecuted for perjury since the statements are given under oath and if convicted she would lose her license to practice law but that would be the least of her concerns. She probably would serve jail time if she lied in order to affect the outcome of a case and if she did lie, if a judge concluded she lied, Tucker, that is an automatic vacation of the conviction and in order for a new trial if the government even wants to try Stone a second time.

News & Politics 228 1838 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T02:35:47-05:00 Sheila Jackson Lee is discussing how she dislikes Donald Trump's budget proposal that reduces social help programs. She invokes slavery and compares it to times of the past, then a bit of verbal bickering ensues at the end of this video in which she raises her voice.

A partial transcription of what she said:

"This spring, over 700,00 people will likely lose food assistance, as states begin to implement the Trump administration’s expanded SNAP time limit.... And what they’re gearing it toward is, that in slavery, they began to characterize the descendants of enslaved Africans as ‘lazy.’ That’s all the stereotypes... And there were laws that were put in place,  you were picking cotton, you couldn’t get assistance. And so this document is trying to uproot the long belief that poor people, particularly African-Americans and now immigrants are lazy..."

News & Politics 80 2426 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T02:35:28-05:00 Lou Dobbs goes off on how he's disappointed in Attorney General Bill Barr and the 'rancid, corrupt' Department of Justice and the possible Deep State within. This could lead to more of the swamp being drained by the Trump administration as we see just how deep this rabbit hole goes.

News & Politics 104 1056 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T02:01:45-05:00 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hosted her weekly press conference and accused President Donald Trump of abusing his power. She states that he engaged in political interference in regards to Roger Stone and the sentencing that was reduced, mostly after Bill Barr got involved. Pelosi wants the situation investigated.

Pelosi stated:

We also saw the president this week demonstrate, once again, that he does have — has no respect for the rule of law. His assault on the rule of law by engaging in political interference in the sentencing of his associate, Roger Stone…this is an abuse of power that the president is again trying to manipulate federal law enforcement to serve his political interests.

News & Politics 1187 2218 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-14T01:10:45-05:00 This is hilarious. A man in a Georgia Walmart parking lot sees a suspected shoplifter running away and pushes the shopping cart towards the man. That's when the suspect takes a tumble and the random guy in the parking lot raises his arms in victory.

Talk about getting the bad end of the cart!

News & Politics 140 4646 2020-02-14 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T17:28:34-05:00 Rev. Dr. Robert M. Grant Jr. was in the middle of his prayer and a Virginia Democrat slammed the gavel on him, cutting him off, and starting the pledge of allegiance. Some Democrats might have been irritated when Grant talked about the religious traditional marriage of man and woman. “I pray that this chamber will uphold the Virginia family... That the bills and laws being passed will always protect the biblical traditional marriage as God instructed the first man and the first woman in the Bible.”

It was Democrat Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn who slammed the heavy hammer on him, ending his prayer.

News & Politics 425 4396 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T17:28:12-05:00 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will make an appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race show. She says she pledges allegiance to the drag.

News & Politics 10 510 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T16:50:43-05:00 News & Politics 1234 443 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T16:49:38-05:00 Kevin McCarthy gives his honest reaction to the media coverage of Bill Barr regarding Roger Stone and the Democrats who are calling for Barr's impeachment. McCarthy doesn't hold back.

REP. KEVIN MCCARTHY: I do not believe Attorney General Barr lied. I believe he has been very transparent through all of this. I think if people are looking at who has lied in the process, simply look at Chairman Nadler. Chairman Nadler asked the attorney general to come and he said yes. After the attorney general said he would come to the committee to speak to every member, they moved to change the rules. 
Even CNN cannot find any history of that happening before. The only time an individual, a staffer, questioned somebody was during Watergate. Nadler has been wanting to impeach the day after the election. He can’t have the facts to prove why he should, but he will not stop. This is what the American public is frustrated by. The politics of attacking individuals. When you look at the Democratic Party, they now want to weaponize the IRS. They want to go after — continue to go after the president, and try to go after his family. This has got to stop. The American public wants us to move forward and solve the problems. (McCarthy as previously quoted on Real Clear Politics)

News & Politics 352 294 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T16:49:16-05:00 President Donald Trump says he learned that NBC was "crooked" during his impeachment when Democrats tried taking him out of the White House.

News & Politics 52 1014 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T16:48:58-05:00 President Donald Trump defends Roger Stone. Stone was suggested to have a much more lengthy jail sentence, but Attorney General Bill Barr got involved and had it reduced. Four prosecutors then resigned. Trump suggests that people who've done much worse crimes had received lesser sentences then those suggested by the prosecutors.

It's really up to a judge to decide.

News & Politics 166 425 2020-02-13 no 0.8 weekly 2020-02-13T15:13:02-05:00 Bernard Marcus explains that there are not enough rich people in America to tax for the Democrats to be able to pay for all their expensive plans and proposals for social programs. Bernie Sanders said he would have to tax everyone for his healthcare plan, and that means everyone - therefore if you're being taxed more to cover the cost of healthcare, then your healthcare is not actually free.

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