Big govt, Issues

Florida Democrat Gillum’s Cover Story Falls Apart

Remember Andrew Gillum? He was the far-left mayor who ran for governor of Florida. Thankfully he lost to a Republican.

But it looks like this socialist has hit a new low. He was found drunk in a hotel room with another man- who happened to be using illicit substances.

Gillum said he was attending a wedding-and that this man was just a friend. Wrong place, wrong time, right?

But now his story is falling apart.

From Heavy:

The man who rented the room, Aldo Mejias, 53, said he went to the room before midnight on March 12. Mejias said that he found Dyson and Gillum “under the influence of an unknown substance.” Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

Karl Rove Accuses Joe of Fundraising Off of Coronavirus

Even though the primaries are still ongoing, signs point to Joe Biden being the Democratic nominee.

November will be a showdown between the former vice president and Donald Trump.

And already, Joe sees an opportunity during this crisis. He thought he could slip this one by the American people.

But political strategist Karl Rove caught him in his tracks. And he’s exposing what Biden just did.

From Daily Caller:

“This is unbelievable, what Joe Biden did,” Rove told Fox News’ “Hannity.” Rove, with a copy of the email in hand along with his easel boards, showed viewers the evidence. Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

Trump Cranks Up Pressure On Pelosi For Payroll Tax Cut

President Trump is getting impatient with how slow and partisan Pelosi’s House is acting.

The government needs to take quick action to help Americans. But it seems like Pelosi is using the situation to stuff the aid bill with her progressive “wish list.”

Including goodies that go toward circumventing the Hyde Amendment.

Worse than that, she’s ignoring Trump’s biggest request of all.

Now, he’s cranking up the pressure by turning to the American people. Read more…

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Media, Politics

Morning Joe Lets Biden’s Weakness Slip Out

Joe Biden might be riding high after his recent wins, but he shouldn’t celebrate just yet.

Why? Because even MSNBC’s Morning Joe had to admit, a big test is coming up soon.

Biden might have a lead on Sanders. But the race is not over yet.

And how this weekend shapes up might determine the future of all of 2020.

From Twitter:

MSNBC concedes: “If Joe Biden can’t handle the next Democratic debate, he can’t handle the debate with @realDonaldTrump.” Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

California Governor Newsom Ditches Democrats

It’s safe to say President Trump has a… complicated relationship with California. So, this might be shocking.

Trump has come down hard on the state’s sanctuary policies. He frequently criticizes California over its trash and housing problems.

But when American citizens are in need? President Trump doesn’t back down. In fact, he refuses to let partisan disagreements stop aid when it’s needed most.

And it seems California can’t help but acknowledge the help. Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

Video Catches Biden Forgetting Obama’s Name Over and Over

Joe Biden is the weakest frontrunner we’ve seen in a while. Sure, he got a bunch of candidates to drop out before Super Tuesday. But that doesn’t mean he’s the right pick.

Keep in mind, even Barack Obama has refused to endorse the man. In fact, some reports claim Obama said, “You don’t have to do this, Joe.”

Ouch. But why doesn’t Obama want Joe running for president?

Maybe it’s because the man can’t remember his old boss’s name! Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

15 Senators Co-Sponsor Resolution to Have Schumer Censured

People all over the country are talking about Chuck Schumer’s eye-opening threats against the Supreme Court.

The senator is trying to do damage control. But outside of an open apology (and taking back what he said), I don’t think that’s going to cut it.

Even the president has called out what the senator said. Even prominent liberal lawyers (some Constitutional experts) have condemned Schumer’s statements.

But words are not enough-where is the action? That’s what Americans want.

It looks like that’s coming from Sen Hawley. And he’s got plenty on board with him. Read more…

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News, Politics

Mike Pence Coronavirus Promise Has Seniors Breathe a Sigh of Relief

President Trump tasked Vice President Pence to lead the coronavirus battle. And he’s been tackling it head-on.

Still, some seniors might be worried. Why? Because, like the flu, this virus seems to be worse for older folks.

But Mike Pence just made a promise. It’s one that will help Americans battling this virus.

From Fox News:

Vice President Mike Pence tried to assuage Americans’ concerns over the potential cost they could face getting a coronavirus

test should they become affected by the outbreak, saying that the test will be covered by all private insurance plans and by

Medicare and Medicaid. Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

Super Tuesday Gaffe: Joe Confusing His Wife for His Sister

Joe Biden had a big Super Tuesday. Thanks to key dropouts, he scooped up enough delegates to take the lead.

But does that mean he’s now the best candidate for the Democrats? He’s still the same man who makes one gaffe after another.

The same man who confuses where he is-and even what seat he’s running for.

Some might be wondering if he’s all there, upstairs.

And in celebrating his recent wins, he may have settled the matter for us. Read more…

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Big govt, Politics

Queen AOC Just Took a Major Loss

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez must really believe her own press.

Although she hasn’t scored one significant victory in Congress, she seems to think she’s the Queen of the Democratic Party.

The woman has not donated to the general fund for the upcoming elections (a big no, no). Instead, she has demanded her supporters build her a fundraising “machine.”

In fact, she broke from the party to back far-left, socialist candidates. She was trying to put together a “Squad 2.0.”

I guess she thought her star power was enough to get these folks a win. It turns out the opposite was true. Read more…

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