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Perez Can’t Even Convince CNN That Economy Was Better Under Obama

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.

Trump Teaches NY Times Reporter Embarrassing Lesson

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?”

Democrat Stands By ‘Taliban’ Comment, Claims ‘Context’

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.”

‘Rape’ Victim Explodes After Kavanaugh Facts Don’t Line Up With Her Emotions

At Texas Christian University, Steven Crowder asked a woman who ‘argued’ rape culture was real to change his mind. The woman ‘doesn’t want to look at empirical data,’ because ‘Statistics can’t tell you want happens.’ After pretending not to know who Brett Kavanaugh is, the woman totally embarrassed herself by eventually screaming, crying, and yelling incoherently when the facts didn't line up with her emotions.