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Trump May be Onto Something, Just Look at These Recent New York Times Headlines
Sometimes I remember that it’s my sacred duty to go digging around in grimy places so that you don’t have to, dear reader. This pursuit of truth often leads to some hilarious findings, like the fact that Tulsi Gabbard was raised in (and still belongs to) a weird cult, or that Corey Booker never stood a chance in the 2020 election because he once ripped off Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to…
Democrat Impeachment Fever Spreads to Justice Kavanaugh as New Fake Allegation Surfaces
The Democrat-run Congressional Judiciary Committee couldn’t agree on what the purpose of their presidential impeachment hearing actually was last week. They were confused. Was it an impeachment investigation? If so, they wanted all the Robert Mueller secret grand jury material. Not so fast, Department of Justice lawyers responded. “The committee’s own description of its investigation makes it clear that it is too far removed from any potential judicial proceeding to…
The Media’s Weird Scheme to Keep the Mueller Report Alive
Ever since the Mueller report was released and collusion theorist Democrats have been proven certifiably goofy, we haven’t seen the sunrise of Democrat sanity that we thought we would. Rather than apologizing for smearing the President over the last two years or admitting that they were wrong, they have… can you guess? They have doubled down on all of the Russia stuff. Yeah, we know. It’s exasperating. According to a timeline from Realclearpolitics.com, media…
Who Is the Op-Ed Traitor? These Are the Top 5 Candidates
The New York Times “resistance” op-ed is the talk of the town. It is potentially one of the biggest acts of betrayal in modern politics. It also represents a complete breakdown of law and order, and it could mean very bad things for our country. The New York Times is proud of that. They’re also still refusing to tell the world who wrote the article, and that tells more than…

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