12 thoughts on “News/Politics 6-15-22

  1. Congressman Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) predicted that the effects would be disastrous if Republicans were to win control of Congress in November, claiming that anything from “violence” to “civil war” was possible.
    Bowman, during a weekend appearance on MSNBC’s “The Cross Connection,” argued that Republicans would likely impeach President Joe Biden as soon as possible if they gained control of Congress.

    Hmmm….another “insurrection” perhaps only this time it will be no hiding the fact that the left is behind it?!! Oh but no they are up front with the threats of violence and civil war if they don’t get their way??!!
    And the horror that Biden might be impeached? Only this would be justified unlike the kangaroo court held by Pelosi and her ilk in their pursuit of impeaching Trump??!! Such buffoons they all are!

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  2. How many years did we hear that Bush was not properly elected? How many years did we hear Hilary Clinton tells us she was cheated out of the election? Now we hear similar statements are treason. Sorry, but the whole thing is ridiculous. No one supports the evil that went on Jan. 6 or thinks that those responsible should not be punished. Just punish all those who also rioted and tried to burn court houses etc. the same. The hatred being pushed is disgusting.

    Hwesseli, my daughter did get shot with a nerf gun. She said it made it seem all the more real and gave them more incentive to think about what they would do in the real situation. She didn’t hear of any children being shot at. I don’t doubt that it has happened, however.

    I just don’t understand why we would compare it with woman parading half naked. Both could be traumatizing I suppose. Just the drills are traumatizing to some, I would imagine. Why would Christians support those spreading perversion, though? The bible specifically speaks against cross-dressing, for example. I know people like to read all kinds of things into the bible and argue for all kinds of sexual deviancy. If they had a parade that featured pride for adulterers, I would not support that either nor think it is good for children. Nor would I want my school to teach it.

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  3. As NancyJill noted, Bowman is an idiot.


    By racist he means anyone who doesn’t vote for the right brown people….


  4. The wave is coming Jamaal…….



  5. Republicans love immigrants.

    But we insist they be the legal kind.


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  6. Let the truth get in the way of their false narrative?


    These are Democrats and NTers, and they’re all in on the lying….



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  8. Like NancyJill noted…..

    Self awareness level….. 0.



  9. Darn those dastardly racist Republicans…..

    Oh…. wait….

    “A Record Number of Black Republicans Are Running for Office. They’re Revolutionizing the GOP”

    But muh narrative…..


    “Arecord number of Black Republican candidates are running for congressional office this year. The National Republican Congressional Committee counted 81 African American candidates running under the GOP banner in 72 congressional districts in 2022. This is more than a 50 percent increase over the 2020 election cycle. And if the GOP knows what’s good for it, this will be the start of a new era in right-wing politics.

    This new development comes after decades during which the GOP struggled to attract minorities into its ranks—both minority voters as well as minority candidates. The Republican Party, which saw its support among Black Americans begin its descent shortly after Reconstruction, stopped making concerted efforts to regain Black support by the 1960s. President Richard Nixon, who had a “Black Cabinet,” was the last Republican president to make a concerted push to win over Black voters. Since then, the party got by making milquetoast overtures to the Black community, almost as if they were merely checking a box.

    But now, in the post-Trump era, it appears the GOP is beginning to embrace a new strategy, one that includes supporting minority and female candidates to appeal to a broader swath of voters. One of the lessons the party seems to have learned of late is that representation matters. And in a movement that purports to eschew identity politics, it appears that at least some in the leadership understand that one crucial part of winning over Black voters, in particular, is to make sure they see people in the party who look like them.

    Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) told the Washington Times that having more Black conservatives in the House has helped to inspire more Black voters to give GOP candidates a chance. “They see me. They see Burgess. They saw [Rep. Allen West of Florida]. They saw [Rep. Mia Love of Utah]. They see [Virginia Lt. Gov.] Winsome Sears. They see [North Carolina Lt. Gov.] Mark Robinson,” he explained. “And what they say is, ‘You know what? Maybe I should step up, too.'””


    Thank Trump, who openly courted them….


  10. Meanwhile, the RINO’s are being driven to extinction…. 🙂


    “For Liz Cheney, Tuesday was a bad day for her political future.

    South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice, who, like Cheney, was one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump in the wake of the January 6, 2021, riot at the US Capitol, was crushed in a primary by state Rep. Russell Fry, who ran with the former President’s endorsement.

    “The ‘Impeacher’ was ousted without even a runoff,” Trump posted on his social media website Truth Social. “A GREAT night.”

    Rice is the latest Republican to watch their political future disappear in the wake of their vote to impeach Trump.

    Already, Reps. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, John Katko of New York, Fred Upton of Michigan and Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio have announced their plans to retire at the end of this term – a decision forced on them, at least in part, on the negative reaction from their constituents to the impeachment vote.

    The five incumbents who have remained on the ballot this year face decidedly uncertain futures.

    Washington GOP Reps. Dan Newhouse and Jaime Herrera Beutler face Trump-endorsed challengers in their August 2 primary fights. Ditto Michigan GOP Rep. Peter Meijer in the state’s August 2 primary. (California Rep. David Valadao is currently in second place in the 22nd Congressional District in the state, where the top two vote-getters regardless of party move on to the general election, following the June 7 primary. CNN has yet to project the second candidate who will advance in the race. Valadao is the only of the 10 who did not face a Trump-backed opponent.)

    But the race that has drawn the most attention – and money – from national Republicans and Trump is in Wyoming, where Cheney, the vice chair of the House select committee investigating January 6, faces a Republican primary against Harriet Hageman, who has the former President’s endorsement.

    Cheney’s vote to impeach Trump has already cost her a slot in House Republican leadership. Trump has repeatedly attacked her, saying of Cheney at a recent rally for Hageman in Wyoming: “She’s the face of the Washington swamp and the same failed foreign policy of the Clintons, Bushes, the Obamas, the Bidens and the entire sick political establishment.”

    Rice’s defeat sends a chilling message to Cheney – and the other remaining members of the Trump 10. Why? Because aside from his vote to impeach Trump, he was a down-the-line conservative and a committed backer of Trump’s policies.”


    Cull the herd. There are consequences now for being a traitor. 🙂


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