RNC is really a ‘Trump convention’ 43 replies
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace suggested that President Trump must believe he is his own “best salesman” and dubbed the 2020 Republican National Convention “the Trump convention.” The “Fox News Sunday” host weighed in during the network’s coverage on the “unprecedented” nature of this year’s event amid the coronavirus pandemic that rendered the traditional nominating conventions for both parties impossible. (Video) “I’ve watched most of the last hour and a half and what really strikes me is that while we’re calling this a Republican convention, it’s really the Trump convention,” Wallace said Monday.
Is Proof: The Party of Bush, McCain and
Romney Is Dead 38 replies
The Democratic Party propaganda machine, more commonly known as the mainstream media, has been gushing over the establishment Republicans who appeared at the Democratic National Convention to denounce President Trump and endorse Joe Biden, but as last night’s Republican National Convention showed, the days of the Republican Party being a pale shadow of the Democrats are over.
shooting ‘a way to again try to demand
a little more action,’ coach says 35 replies
Toronto coach Nick Nurse addressed the possibility of the Raptors and Celtics players boycotting the first game of their playoff series on Thursday in response to the Jacob Blake shooting. Rumors of a possible boycott were sparked (Snip) “So, for example, this happened in Kenosha, Wisconsin, if I’m correct? Would it be nice if, in a perfect world, we all say we’re not playing, and the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks — that’s going to trickle down. If he steps up to the plate and puts pressure on the district attorney’s office, and state’s attorney, and governors, and politicians there to make real change and get some justice,” he said.
CNN Analyst Joe Lockhart Attacks Nick Sandmann 34 replies
CNN Political Analyst Joe Lockhart criticized Nick Sandmann after the Covington Catholic graduate gave his speech during the Republican National Convention Tuesday night, calling him “a snot-nosed entitled kid from Kentucky.”(Snip for tweet) Sandmann, who was widely villainized after he was confronted during the March for Life protest in 2019, criticized the media for embracing “cancel culture,” and praised President Donald Trump for calling out those in the media with agendas and refusing to “allow them to create a narrative instead of reporting the facts” during his RNC speech. “I look forward to the day the media returns to providing balanced, responsible and accountable news coverage,” Sandmann said.
Trump from office if he won’t concede
on election night 33 replies
When the Supreme Court resolved the 2000 presidential election in favor of George W. Bush, former Vice President Al Gore conceded defeat — something he doesn’t believe President Trump will do if he loses to Joe Biden in the Nov. 3 election. In an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, Gore, a Democrat who served as Bill Clinton’s vice president, accused Trump of “attempting to put his knee on the neck of democracy” by attacking mail-in ballots and absentee voting. “He seems to have no compunctions at all about trying to rip apart the social fabric and the political equilibrium of the American people, and he’s strategically planting doubts in advance,”
RNC Comments ‘Disgusting’ 33 replies
Fox News co-host Juan Williams criticized Cuban refugee Maximo Alvarez’s speech at the Republican National Convention as “disgusting” for comparing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden “to a communist dictator.”Alvarez, whose parents escaped Fidel Castro’s Cuba, expressed his support for President Donald Trump in a Monday night convention speech that compared Democratic policies to communism.“I’m speaking to you today because I have seen people like this before,” Alvarez said. “I’ve seen movements like this before. I’ve seen ideas like this before, and I am here to tell you, we cannot let them take over our country.
she warned voters about in 2016 32 replies
It is not every day that a politico embodies the absolute worst things they allege of their opponent. But projection appears to be Hillary Clinton’s only real talent. The failed two-time presidential candidate counseled this week that Democratic nominee Joe Biden “should not concede” to President Trump “under any circumstances,” even if it means holding out long past Election Day. “We’ve got to have a massive legal operation,” the former secretary of state advised during an interview with her 2016 campaign staffer Jennifer Palmieri. “We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places.
to stop now because it’s ‘showing
in the polling and focus groups’ 31 replies
CNN’s Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo finally spoke out against the rioting that continues in some U.S. cities but not for the reasons many Americans condemn the violence.
Lemon accidentally said the quiet part out loud when he lamented how ongoing leftist riots need to stop because they are hurting Democrats in the polls. Criticizing riots not for damage to human lives and property, but for the toll they are taking on the Democratic Party, Lemon called on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to address the unrest, warning that the issue is a “blind spot” for the party. (Video) “You have COVID and Kenosha, Don, and what’s happening
citing offensive word 30 replies
California’s popular Squaw Valley Ski Resort will change its name because the word “squaw” is a derogatory term for Native American women, officials announced Tuesday. The site was the scene of the 1960 Winter Olympics. The decision was reached after consulting with local Native American groups and extensive research into the etymology and history of the term “squaw,” said Ron Cohen, president and COO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. The word “squaw,” derived from the Algonquin language, may have once simply meant “woman.” But over generations, the word morphed into a misogynist and racist term to disparage Indigenous women.
compassionately addressing pandemic 29 replies
It is a telling measure of our mean-spirited culture that the first lady of the United States has been mocked and vilified for daring to redesign the Rose Garden. Whether the design is pleasing or not, it was clear that the media would not be giving Melania Trump the Jill Biden treatment when she spoke to the Republican convention. She has been the least public first lady in decades, and English is not her native language, but the principal sin of this elegant former fashion model is that she’s married to…him.
race wars while Bette Midler, others
mock her accent 26 replies
Melania Trump electrified RNC viewers with a powerful, compassionate speech at the Republican National Convention, where she addressed the left-wing riots, the coronavirus, and made the case for her husband’s reelection.During her 26-minute speech, Melania urged leftist thugs to “stop the violence and looting” and assured Americans that President Trump is working tirelessly to defeat the coronavirus amid the Left’s nonstop rioting and torching of Democrat-run cities.Mrs. Trump appeared ready to do battle against Democrats as she delivered her RNC speech in a form-fitting, military-style ensemble.“Like all of you, I have reflected on the racial unrest in our country,”
destroying statues, so now they’re
coming for your homes and families 26 replies
Statues starting coming down in June. It’s mid-August, and the “peaceful protestors” are roaming through residential neighbourhoods yelling at people in their homes. We heard from activists and agitators that the statues had to come down, that they were symbols of an unsavory past and could not blight our town centers any longer. In dozens of instances, the statues came down, but the protestors have not been appeased. Protestors are no longer intent on destroying statues and public property; they are now moving on to people. We hear so often that property damage isn’t violence.