19 thoughts on “News/Politics 4-27-19

  1. It must be great to know you can lie with impunity. know ing the media will never question your lies.

    And the sheep lap it up. Revolting really.


  2. Nope, no scandals here.


    And Fast and Furious? Never happened. It’s a right wing lie. They said so on The View.

    IRS scandal? That was some other admin, right?


  3. Dems lie, and no one calls them on it.

    In trouble? Just lie.


    “Mayor Catherine Pugh’s attorney Steven Silverman said that the mayor is not “lucid” to decide whether to resign due to her physical and mental state. However, he offered a timeline on when she may be ready to make a decision on her future.

    “She is hoping to improve under regular daily care,” Silverman said after meeting with her Friday. “We hope to have some greater clarity on her situation next week, and I’m optimistic that we’ll get there.””



    Getting caught in her criminal acts is supposed to be stressful you idiot.


  4. (Gateway Pundit) – Pieve di Cento is a town of 7,000 inhabitants near Bologna, Italy.

    Recently the town leaders decided to cover Christian symbols in the local cemetery so as not to offend Muslim migrants. The debate in the town is still ongoing and the mayor now understands he may have made a blunder.

    He made a blunder by thinking of it.


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  6. There he goes, spreading manure again.



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  9. The ungrateful little leftist whiner is clueless.


  10. I thought the “sanctuary city” idea was brilliant the moment I first heard it. And, pray tell, why would it be “illegal?”


  11. Michelle,

    Yes. Their editors approved and published it. But in their defense, they’re only doing what Democrats like Omar and Talib have been doing.


    “NY Times publishes clearly anti-Semitic cartoon, deletes only after intense criticism

    “This isn’t a dog whistle. This is a dog.””

    “The left’s alarming and increasingly blatant Anti-Semitism has reached new lows. The New York Times International edition published an absolutely appalling cartoon depicting Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, who is featured as a dachshund, leading a presumably “blind” President Trump.

    It is so horrifically offensive that the New York Times has since deleted the image online and issued an Editor’s Note explaining that publishing it was an “error in judgment” because the cartoon is “offensive” for containing “anti-Semitic tropes.” I’m not sure how effective such a note can possibly be since we have all just had (re)confirmed our worst fears about that publication.”


  12. The Obama holdovers strike again.

    Time for a purge at USFW.


    “Somebody is having trouble with the deep state, and this time it’s not President Trump. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy (R) is asking the president for help tackling what he views as entrenched workers in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (yes… I’m serious) who have been working to thwart oil and gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Bet you didn’t see that one coming. (Government Executive)

    A governor is asking the president to intervene with career federal employees, accusing them of “undermining” the sale of lands that would benefit his state.

    In a letter to President Trump dated March 1, first made public by the Anchorage Daily News, Gov. Mike Dunleavy, R-Alaska, requesting relief from an array of activities various federal agencies are engaged in through his state. The appeals included many standard state-level concerns, such as more Medicaid funding and exemptions from forestry rules. In one case, however, Dunleavy castigated “career federal employees” he said were intentionally sabotaging efforts to sell off parts of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for drilling.

    “U.S. Fish and Wildlife career employees undermined seismic work this winter, so the sale will occur without valuable data, likely lowering the bids,” Dunleavy wrote. “These same U.S. Fish and Wildlife employees are working to undermine the lease sale.”

    The bottom line here is that the ANWR leasing arrangement was part of the 2017 tax bill that President Trump signed. But you don’t just kick off a process like that overnight. In order for the states or the federal government to get top dollar for such leases, a number of studies have to be performed. Core samples are extracted and analyzed, and as with this case, seismic information is gathered. All of this allows energy companies to better understand the makeup of the terrain and predict how much oil and gas might be found there. The more solid (and positive) the data, the more they will be likely to bid for the lease.

    In Alaska, some of those tasks fall to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. But nearly two years after the measure was approved, the studies have still not been completed and signed off on. That means that some of the leases either won’t happen or will bring in less money than they should. So is this the deep state in action?”


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