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Democratic Caucus Chair: Efforts to Link Pelosi to the Election are Sexist

Oh boy. I mean, this is Rep. Joe Crowley of New York, a member of the House Democratic leadership, not some lunatic back-bencher.

Someone has to take a stand against these kinds of attacks, which are ultimately demeaning toward women. If criticizing a woman is, ipso facto, sexist, then you are essentially saying that women can’t play the game and take the hits.

I similarly heard CNN Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter say the other day that some believe President Trump’s suggestion that Rep. Maxine Waters has a low IQ is racist. That’s not racist. Waters’ apparent paucity of intelligence, as demonstrated by her calling for Trump’s impeachment since before he could even have committed any impeachable offenses – and certainly before any had been shown to be true – has nothing to do with the color of her skin. It has to do with the content of her character.

Democrats want to use race and gender as shields against criticism. Ultimately, it’s a tactic at least as divisive as anything they accuse Donald Trump of.

Joe Crowley must be some kind of idiot.

White House to ESPN: Fire Jemele Hill

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said ESPN sportcaster Jemele Hill should be fired for calling President Trump a white supremacist. “I think that’s one of the more outrageous comments that anyone could make, and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN,” Sanders said. Hill had tweeted: “Donald Trump is a… Continue Reading

Bannon: Gary Cohn Should Have Resigned

“CBS This Morning” Thursday broadcast an excerpt of its upcoming interview with former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in which Bannon says that if National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, whose policies Bannon ardently opposes, didn’t like what President Trump said after Charlottesville, that he should have resigned. You know, Cohn, not Trump. After… Continue Reading

Antifa Attack Peaceful Trump Supporters in Berkeley

If you were wondering what President Trump meant when he blamed “both sides’ for violence in Charlottesville earlier this month, here’s what he meant. Those attacked were not white supremacists. They were merely Trump supporters. This is pretty chilling. From reports by the Associated Press and the Washington Post: Their faces hidden behind black bandannas… Continue Reading

Trump Must Condemn White Supremacists Who Invaded Charlottesville

In a contemptible sin of omission, President Trump Saturday failed to single out the hatred of white supremacists who descended on Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend in a rally that ended up in violence that left three people dead, including one who died in an act of domestic terrorism when a car rolled into a crowd… Continue Reading

Trump to Light the White House Blue Monday Night

President Trump Monday announced that he would light the White House blue in honor of our men and women who devote their lives to law enforcement. From a presidential proclamation that today is Police Offiers Memorial Day and the beginning of Police Week: In humble appreciation of our hard-working law enforcement officers, Melania and I… Continue Reading

No Serious Statement From Obama on Charlotte, But That’s Okay

President Obama is checking out. Here we have riots in Charlotte, North Carolina that resulted in the death of a protestor and a couple of dozen police officers injured, and Obama cannot muster up a serious statement. It wasn’t until Thursday, after two nights of violence, that he mentioned in an interview with ABC News… Continue Reading