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Video || Bad people comparing Trump to Hitler

The irony is, it is those who can put President Trump in a category with Hitler, not Trump himself, who fail to appreciate the evil of the Third Reich. This assortment of comments doesn’t even include the odious comments of Democratic whip Jim Clyburn. H/T Washington Free Beacon.

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Top House Democrat refuses to condemn Ilhan Omar calling Trump events “Klan rallies”

House Democrat Caucus Chair Rep. Hakeem Jeffries Tuesday refused to condemn a statement by Rep. Ilhan Omar that events by President Trump were “Klan rallies,” instead attacking Trump for spreading hate, etc. Jeffries said he did not know the “context” of Omar’s remarks, which I don’t believe. If that is true, it’s only because he asked not to be briefed on it, since his staff

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Biden cannot bring himself to condemn violence against Trump supporters

This is what’s known as a “cop-out.” Joe Biden refuses to condemn what happened Saturday, when leftist mobs attacked peaceful Trump supporters. Instead, he condemns “all violence.” Imagine if they asked him for comment on Harvey Weinstein and he said, “I condemn all abusive acts toward women.” Nope. He would say, “I condemn Harvey Weinstein, an awful human being. This is just more evidence the

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The myth of “violence by both sides”

One of the most hypocritical and fatuous phenomena of the past several months has been this equivalence struck by the mainstream media between the threat of left-wing and right-wing violence. Despite nightly demonstrations of leftists looting and destroying public property while even setting up their own “country” inside Seattle, the refrain has been about the equivalent or greater danger from the right. Violent protest would

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Obama to Trump: “Think beyond your own ego” and concede the election

Barack Obama called on President Trump to “think beyond your own ego” and finally concede to Joe Biden, accusing Trump of “delegitimizing” not just Joe Biden but democracy itself. “A president is a public servant,” Obama lectured. “They are temporary occupants of the office, by design. When your time is up then it is your job to put the country first and think beyond your

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