Elizabeth Warren (aka Fauxcahontas) gave the keynote speech on the first night of the Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia. She spoke from behind the safety of a wall that you can see at the top of this post. The wall was hastily constructed after the minions got rowdy and rudely booed erstwhile DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz off the stage and out of the convention entirely, and after said minions also (threateningly?) chanted “lock her up” whenever Hillary Clinton’s name was mentioned.
A reminder: Hillary is supposed to be the DNC’s annointed one. Dare I say it?
The natives were restless, my friends.
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Tagged Bill Clinton, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democrat convention, DNC emails, Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren, Fauxcahontas, Hillary Clinton, James O'Keefe, janitor's daughter, Joe Biden, Obama, open thread, Rod Blagojevich
Pretty in pink:
Today seems to be a day to present select videos rather than to bloviate. Pat Smith, still waiting for answers from Hillary Clinton and still thankfully being a thorn in that mendacious woman’s side:
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Tagged Benghazi, Deval Patrick, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Melania Trump, open thread, Pat Smith, plagiarism, Republican Convention, Saul Alinsky
In an editorial published today, typically progressive numbnuts opined about what Dallas Chief of Police David Brown said recently, when he complained about how all of society’s problems are placed in the laps of the cops to solve.
This particular editorial did, for a change, include what Chief Brown said about how 70% of black kids are being raised by single mothers. Obviously, Chief Brown believes that’s a problem in and of itself–not having a father, that is. Of course he would believe that. He sees the fallout every single day.
May the souls of the murdered officers rest in peace and may their families be surrounded by love. May they, in time, also find peace. We will keep them in our prayers.
May God bless the United States of America.
John Adams wrote to his wife on July 4, 1776:
It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations, from one end of the country to the other, from this time forward forever more.