That Was Fast! Hillary Immediately Brings Disgraced DNC Chair Onto Her Campaign!

You’re fired. You’re hired.

Source: BREAKING: That Was Fast! Hillary Immediately Brings Disgraced DNC Chair Onto Her Campaign! | RedState

A disgraceful POS hires a disgraceful POS. Are you surprised?

So her resignation was less of a punishment and more of a “I want to work with Hillary.” Good to know. Rig the system, win prestige. Welcome to the USA.


Wasserman Schultz to step down as DNC chairwoman, amid email scandal

Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced Sunday she will soon step down as Democratic National Committee chairwoman, amid the fallout over leaked emails indicating an anti-Bernie Sanders bias in her operation — a stunning development just hours before the start of her party convention.

She will apparently step down at the end of the convention.

Sanders himself blasted the DNC and Wasserman Schultz in interviews Sunday, demanding her resignation as party chairwoman to boot.

“I think [Wasserman Schultz] should resign. Period. And I think we need a new chair who is going the lead us in a very different direction,” Sanders told ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.

Source: Wasserman Schultz to step down as DNC chairwoman, amid email scandal | Fox News

Play with the democrats long enough and you’ll eventually be scapegoated. She ran her mouth, but no one is going to tell me the primaries were not rigged for Hillary, and this one didn’t do it alone. She helped. But she wasn’t alone.



Kerry: Air conditioners as big a threat as ISIS

The Washington Examiner reported that Kerry was in Vienna to amend the 1987 Montreal Protocol that would phase out hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, from basic household and commercial appliances like air conditioners, refrigerators, and inhalers.

“As we were working together on the challenge of [ISIS] and terrorism,” Kerry said. “It’s hard for some people to grasp it, but what we–you–are doing here right now is of equal importance because it has the ability to literally save life on the planet itself.”

Source: Kerry: Air conditioners as big a threat as ISIS | Fox News


Yeah. First of all, come for my air conditioner down here in the sweltering south and see what happens. Secondly, come for the A/C of any woman going through menopause and you’ll come back to me for more.

This guy is such a moron.

I don’t have an issue with doing stuff to help the environment, but I’m not going to assist in throwing us back to the stone age because some politician thinks he can play god. Isn’t it funny how it is always the “progressives” that tell us progress is taking us back at least 100 years in every aspect of life?

And the last time I checked, I have never heard a story about an air conditioner yelling Allah Akbar before it blew up an sky-scrapper or killed a bunch of people in a nightclub or mall. So pardon me while I keep believing the greatest threat right now is terrorism and not my air conditioner. Thanks.



McAuliffe To Circumvent VA Supreme Court Ruling On Felon Voter Rights, Will Issue 200,000 Clemency Grants

via Think Progress:

Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) is taking action to restore the voting rights of thousands of ex-offenders in the state after a court decision Friday put them in jeopardy. He’s getting around the Virginia Supreme Court’s ruling against him by signing 200,000 individual clemency grants to the state’s ex-offenders to ensure their right to vote in November.[…]

But just hours after the decision, McAuliffe vowed to push back by signing clemency grants for the state’s ex-offenders one by one.

“The struggle for civil rights has always been a long and difficult one, but the fight goes on,” he wrote. “I remain committed to moving past our Commonwealth’s history of injustice to embrace an honest process for restoring the rights of our citizens, and I believe history and the vast majority of Virginians are on our side.”

Source: McAuliffe To Circumvent VA Supreme Court Ruling On Felon Voter Rights, Will Issue 200,000 Clemency Grants – Matt Vespa

  1. That, right there, is fear. Now you know what it looks like. He is so afraid of losing power himself that he’s willing to do anything to keep it. That alone should bother you.
  2. The court ruling didn’t put voting rights for felons in jeopardy. They already didn’t have them. The court ruling just reaffirmed the law already in place. But regressives don’t like laws.
  3. You can struggle for the “civil rights” of felons all you want. When do we start struggling for the “civil rights” of their victims? Oh, that’s right. Regressives don’t give a crap about them. Victims are a mixed bag of voters, while felons usually lean democrat. Got it. See number one in this list.


DNC strips Wasserman Schultz of convention speaking slot

Democratic National Convention officials have stripped party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of a speaking slot at the event next week, according to CNN.

The move is in response to emails leaked late last week by WikiLeaks.

Approximately 20,000 DNC emails were shared with the public. A number of them paint staffers, including Wasserman Schultz, in a negative light by suggesting they were biased against Sen. Bernie Sanders. In one, Wasserman Schultz labeled Sanders’ campaign manager an “ass.” In another, she opined that he wasn’t going to become president, even before the process had been formally settled. Worse for her, she was presiding over senior aides who plotted to undermine Sanders, the emails reveal.

Source: DNC strips Wasserman Schultz of convention speaking slot | Washington Examiner

I’m not real sure anything in those emails was really news. It is very damning evidence, but let’s face it… Bernie won a few states that he didn’t get the delegates for. I’m not sure if he had that it would have made a difference for him, but the man was screwed either way. It was made very clear that Hillary Clinton was the chosen one, and nothing was going to stop that, including the voters. And there has not been a lot of public outrage about it. Yeah, I’m sure the outrage is there, but do you think the media is going to highlight that?


CNN’s Sally Kohn Thinks AK-15s are a Thing. Here’s Why it isn’t Just Semantics

Her tweet reads:

What about the mothers and fathers who have lost their violence to white guys with AK-15s conducting mass shootings? Why not profile them?

Source: CNN Commentator Learns Real Quick Why You Don’t Bring Up an ‘AK-15’ to Push Gun Control

And I know the gun grabbers like to whine about this being a meaningless semantic. But it isn’t. You are fighting to ban things that you know nothing about based on feelings. It’s how the public believes another mass shooting was carried out by an AR-15 when it was actually a shotgun or they think semi-automatic rifles can obliterate 500 people in under a minute. This is where you get politicians talking about ghost guns and shoulder things that go up being a reason to remove rights. It’s how the public believes there are heat seeking bullets and they are available to the general public, so we need to ban this gun because of those bullets. It’s law makers believing a magazine ban is a good idea because once the ones that already exist are fired, they are gone, since magazines are ammo, apparently. You have law makers wasting time arguing about gun show loopholes and online sales because they don’t know the laws on the books – that isn’t a semantic, that is stupidity. There are already laws on the books about having to have permits or background checks for gun shows and online sales, but they see that as a semantic because some people get them anyway… so let’s repeat a law already on the books – on the tax payer’s dime – because maybe repeating the same law will fix it.

And because the media knows even less than the politicians, they are garnering support from their viewers or readers by giving them information that is incorrect or completely made up. In turn, you turn around and fight to have my Constitutional rights taken away based on how you feel about fairy tales you didn’t bother to research for truth.

It isn’t just semantics. It’s our rights.


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