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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stated, “What we really need is that should we, and if we work our butts off, to make sure that we take back all three chambers of Congress, uh, rather, all three chambers of government: the presidency, the Senate, and the House in 2020…” Here’s a thought… you ignorant socialist… try reading some real history and work on becoming less ignorant of the government you want to overthrow!
Obama’s former Labor Secretary, and current DNC Chair, Tom Perez was speaking to the choir on State of the Union with CNN’s Jake Tapper, but apparently, he couldn’t even convince that leftist media outlet of his claims that the economy under Trump is not as good as it was under Obama. Tapper was incredulous.
While taking questions from the press at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, the president stated that “Some of these people are hard criminals… Hardened criminals – not good people,” referring to the migrant invasion caravan. Emily Cochrane, a reporter for the NY Times, asked him, “What actual evidence do you have that these are hardened criminals that are coming to the United States?” The president responded, “Oh please. Please, don’t be a baby, OK?”
It’s actually a little amazing to see the responses. These students, while many of them were shocked to hear that Hillary actually joked ‘all black people look alike,’ most were equally ready to bash her for her racist comment.
In the speech, the former VP said he’d show GOP Congressman Kevin Cramer ‘a threshold of pain,’ while stumping for Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota. ‘Creepy’ Joe just couldn’t resist putting his foot in his mouth, yet again.
Kyrsten Sinema, a democrat candidate in Arizona, recently spoke about her ‘offhand comment’ saying it was ‘fine’ if Americans went and fought for the Taliban. Although she recently tried to explain it away, she did not actually recant that statement, merely saying “I think understanding the context in which that conversation occurred, I don’t know if you’ve had an opportunity to listen to the tape, and heard Mr. Hancock, who is, again, a very interesting fellow, it was a very difficult conversation. I was really struggling to be able to talk about what I wanted to speak about and so an offhand comment to get us back on track was what I did to try to talk about the issue.”
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