Is the Democratic party violent, divisive, and hypocritical, as the opinion writer of this column claims, or is he full of it? Let’s take a look at his evidence.

In a fact free article published in the Baltimore Sun just after the 2020 election, Ronald Boone, claims that Democrats are violent, divisive and hypocritical, and that Trump will return if they don’t cut it out.

He begins his article by claiming that Democrats asked why “millions of Americans” repudiated their party in favor of Donald Trump. He speculates that the answer is an equally divisive Democratic party, but gives no actual evidence to support his case.

Actually, it was Donald Trump who ran his campaign on division. That’s factual, so let’s get that out of the way. He claimed that the great majority of people coming from Mexico, were rapists, and criminals. He said an American judge of Mexican heritage couldn’t be impartial because he was a Mexican – he wasn’t. His entire presidency was divisive from head to toe. He referred to Charlottesville white nationalists, who murdered a peaceful protester, as “fine people,” to which his  right-wing media sycophants bent themselves into pretzels to pretend he hadn’t. He told progressive Congresswomen who criticized him “to go back to their own crime infested countries,” despite the fact that the majority of them were born in America. He blamed both John Lewis and Elijah Cummings for alleged filthy and crime-ridden conditions in their districts – who were not responsible for those conditions – for having the gall to be openly critical of him. Lewis said he considered Trump to be an illegitimate president because he believed Russia had attempted to interfere in the 2016 election, which is a fact. Trump pushed the birther conspiracy against Obama for years both before and after the election, and claimed – without evidence that Obama had personally spied on his campaign.

Boone insists that the Democrats must stop “claiming the moral imperative.”

“Historically, one side defining good for its own purposes and assigning evil to the opposition has led to social violence. The inflexible “right makes might” of Dems minimizes opportunity for comprise.”

He presents no evidence for this claim. There is no evidence to suggest that Democrats have used violent rhetoric that has led to violence being carried out due to such rhetoric.

Conservatives will argue that Antifa and BLM are evidence that the Democrats are violent. The problem with that argument is that the Democratic party are not supportive of Antifa or their tactics, nor do Antifa in any way approve of, support or represent the Democratic party. BLM is a peaceful movement that opposes police violence and racism. They are far more peaceful than MAGA supporters have shown themselves to be. MAGA supporters would beg to differ, even though the evidence to the contrary is overwhelming.

There is plenty of evidence that the Republican party is violent, and has employed violent and divisive rhetoric which has led to unhinged people responding to such rhetoric that has inevitably ended in violence. That’s a fact. The El Paso shooter, Patrick Crusius is just one example of an unhinged person who responded to divisive, violent rhetoric from mainstream conservative media.

Others would argue that James Hodgkinson was an example of Democratic violence. Again, the problem with that argument is that no Democrat has ever used violent rhetoric regarding a Republican opponent, despite what Republicans might claim. Bernie Sanders, whom Hodgkinson had been a supporter and had once worked on his campaign, had never dehumanized his political opponents in demeaning terms, but that didn’t prevent conservative media pundits from placing the blame on him. After the shooting, both sides of Congress came together in bipartisanship and condemned the shooting. The same reaction did not occur after Cesar Sayoc targeted prominent Democratic politicians and news outlets, even though it resulted in no deaths. Partisan media figures on the right, and politicians played the helpless victim narrative, that it was a Democratic hoax to gain sympathy for the party and portray the Republican party in a bad light leading to the midterm elections.

After the arrest of Sayoc, a Trump supporter, Rush Limbaugh said on his nationally syndicated radio show:

“Republicans just don’t do this kind of thing. You’ve got people trying to harm CNN and Obama and Hillary and Bill Clinton, and Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz, and, just, it might serve a purpose here.

“Two weeks out, a bunch of bombs start showing up in places that the media can then say that they are being received by ‘Trump targets?’ I’m sorry. I didn’t fall off the turnip truck ever, and certainly not yesterday, and the world of October Surprises coupled with all the other realities I just exposed, and I think it makes sense to be suspicious and demanding of proof for whatever we’re gonna be told.”

  Republicans have never been shy about “assigning evil” to the Democratic party, or any institution or group they don’t like. It’s been the mainstay of their rhetoric for years. For decades they’ve painted their Democratic opponents as the party of infanticide”; the anti-democratic party; the party that is hostile to free speech and the second amendment; cancel culture; the party that supports terrorism.

Since the election of Donald Trump, the Republican party and its media have become so ridiculous, so cringe and so embarrassing, with no self-awareness of how ridiculous, cringe and how embarrassing they’ve become. These days they call Antifa and Black Lives Matter terrorists, because they dare show up and scuffle with white nationalists, or protest killings of African Americans. It’s never the MAGA supporters who have been incited to violence by hateful and divisive rhetoric of their own party or mainstream conservative media, i.e. Fox News, or more extreme networks such as OAN and Newsmax.

Even before Patrick Crusius decided to go down to Texas and shoot twenty-two people in “response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas,” as he wrote in his manifesto, the rhetoric of a migrant “invasion” was a regular feature on Fox News and other conservative media. Trump and Republican party members also used the invasion rhetoric countless times. In the aftermath, Trump, the Republican party, and conservative media denied any culpability, instead, doubling down on the “invasion” rhetoric.

Boone says when Trump won:

Leftists ignored the Constitution and rampaged through the streets randomly destroying innocent citizens’ property. Democrats began impeachment immediately. They touted eliminating the electoral college and packing the Supreme Court and the Senate. If leftists resort to violence whenever unhappy with election results, and if the Democratic party alters timeworn American institutions to guarantee its own political supremacy, citizens who respect peace and democracy will resist.

After the 2016 election, some leftists protested, as is their Constitutional right. The protests were mostly peaceful with minor property damage. There were no rampaging waves of rioters randomly destroying property or “burning down entire cities,” simply because Trump was elected. It just didn’t happen. What did happen, after Biden was elected president, thousands of Trump supporters stormed the Washington Capitol in a violent attempt to keep their cult leader in the White House.

If Democrats ever “touted” packing the Supreme Court and the Senate, they were unsuccessful in both attempts. Democrats have not been in control of the SC in decades. Mitch McConnel blocked Merrick Garland’s appointment for years – and Republicans retained control of the Senate after 2016. And even though I don’t fully understand how the electoral college works, I have no problem abolishing it. There should be one vote, the popular vote, not electors who are picked to represent a party. Republicans couldn’t win an election without the electoral college vote, they know it. This is why they would never support getting rid of it. This is why they support voter suppression tactics, voter ID laws. They don’t want everyone voting. They know that in a fair and popular vote, they would lose every time.

Boone says the Democrats were being divisive, elitist and hypocritical before and after the 2016 election:

The right didn’t elect Donald Trump, the left did. Hillary Clinton called millions of voters “deplorables.” Democrats everywhere cheered her statement. Conservatives were callously called Trumpists. Some were intimidated in the workplace, even fired. Moderates perceive such leftist tactics as threatening, humiliating and arrogant to those with differing viewpoints, leaving them resentful of the party and its agenda.”

It was the electoral college that elected Donald Trump, not “the left.” It was a crime when the smug, elitist Hillary Clinton and the smug Dems dared call conservatives deplorables and Trumpies. These two words were much more demeaning and insulting than being called a “filthy bitch,” a “toxic cunt”, a “murderous bitch,” and various other names, all of which, by the way conservatives “callously” used when talking about Hillary Clinton. I doubt any mass exodus from the party occured over Clinton referring to Trump voters as deplorables, and I doubt anyone was intimidated in the workplace, and, much less, fired. There was no criticism or condemnation from Republican party leaders when SpongeTed Squishy Pants and other prominent Republicans in media used these and similar words to describe Hillary Clinton, or to call for her execution and that of Barack Obama over Benghazi.

Only left media is partisan.

“Did CNN dedicate the same coverage to the Obama administration’s treatment of families at the Mexican border that it did to the Trump administration for the same behaviors? The same challenges to questionable policies shouldn’t be determined by political party. Many don’t seek the news for political preferences of editors and columnists. We desire non-partisan analysis of events. Single perspective news outlets limit the perspective of citizens and foster intolerant outlooks.

Did Fox News dedicate the same coverage to the Trump administration’s embarrassing response to the pandemic, as they did with the Obama administration’s totally sane response to Ebola? The Trump administration severely mismanaged their response, failing to initiate restrictions on travel from European countries until mid-March. Other countries were quicker to impose travel bans when there were fewer cases reported. The U.S. failed to use the federal budget to supply PPE. Failure to mandate a universal sick leave for those who were unable to work due to COVID. The administration eliminated pandemic response team members. and budget cuts to the CDC.

Conservatives Can’t Be White Supremacists.

“As some Dems have suggested, is anyone who supports Donald Trump a racist? Are black people who supports him, traitors? Are women who voted for him insensitive to rape and sexism?”

Conservatives who support Trump, have continued to deny any bigotry or racism on his part. No evidence to the contrary could ever dissuade them. Anyone who voted for Trump is either racist, or has no problem with it. There is no excuse to vote for a racist. There is no excuse for a someone who intends to vote for a candidate, to research the background of that candidate before voting for that candidate. Donald Trump’s bigotry and racism is documented.

Even black people can be white supremacists or grift for white supremacy. Candace Owens is a well-known example, as is Larry Elder. Allen West is another. These individuals all have one thing in common. Advancing the narrative that immigration is creating a new class of voters for the Democratic party. This type of rhetoric has been prominent on Fox News and other conservative media over the years, and when confronted that through such rhetoric that they are promoting white supremacist talking points, they resort to their usual standard of the victim narrative.

Boone even mentions it here: “The Democratic Party’s failure to sponsor reasonable immigration reform fuels perceptions that the left wants uncontrolled immigration to offset the loss of voters disillusioned with it’s agenda. Americans fear how much factions in the Democratic Party might change America.”

As for women who voted for him being insensitive to sexism and rape, they never seemed to care about any of the allegations of rape against him.

Democrats Must Police Their Own Ranks.

Boone says Democrats must cease throwing diversionary blame at the other side. Accept partial responsibility for the divisiveness in the country, and admit responsibility for the homeless, the impoverished, and corruption in every major Democratic run city. Republicans, of course, have no responsibilities to address homelessness and corruption in our society since it’s only Democratic administrations and their policies that have failed. Republican administrations and their policies have been wildly successful.

Democrats Are Not Really Democratic.

Boone says Democrats are intolerant to opposing thought and therefore tyrannical…

“Mr. Trump failed to separate himself from incorrigible, violent rightists, frightening and alienating many moderates. Will the Democratic party separate itself from incorrigible, leftist change agents? How many voters turned away from the party because of that element?”

Who are these “incorrigible, violent leftist change agents”? Is he talking about Antifa? The Democratic party is not and never has been affiliated with violent left groups. Certainly not today’s party. It’s true that Trump failed to separate himself from any extremist support, but when acts of violence were carried out by those extremists, he denied any culpability , and his media lapdogs looked for every opportunity to blame the left or the Democratic party.

Only Republicans Respect Institutions.

Boone says Democrats should, “Work within the Constitutional process rather than dismantle the electoral, judicial, and senatorial institutions to guarantee the electability of Democrats and the success of party initiatives.”

The Democratic party has never attempted to dismantle any of the former institutions to guarantee their electability or success. It is, however, one party’s intent to convince their electorate that they alone care about democracy, free speech, the Constitution, and every institution that embodies and advocates for those freedoms, while demonizing the opposition as a party of Satanic baby eating pedophiles. The Republican party, a party that in the last two years, has led an assault on freedom of the press – the mainstream media is the enemy of the people – their assault on voting rights, and their outright assault on democracy itself, through false accusations of electoral fraud during the 2020 election, and the assault on the Washington Capitol in a violent effort to dissuade a Republican Congress from certifying the election of a Democratic president.

After having examined his evidence, of which there is none, it’s my conclusion that it is not the Democratic party that has been violent, divisive, hypocritical and threatening, but the Republican party. It is no longer the party of Lincoln, but a party of violence, a party that has publicly displayed its contempt for democracy through its recent actions, the worst of which was an attempted insurrection.

Sources: The Baltimore Sun, the Independent.

Clueless Conservative Says Democratic Party Is Violent, Divisive And Hypocritical; Is He Right, Is He Full Of It? Let’s Examine His Evidence

CNN’s Anderson Cooper wasn’t buying Ted Cruz’s sudden concern for “vitriol and hatred” following the criticism he had received for fleeing from Texas during a major winter storm that left an estimated several dozen people dead and millions without power.

On his February 19 broadcast the CNN host ridiculed the Texas Senator in spectacular fashion, criticism that had been lacking in other media such as Fox News and OANN.

Cooper pointed out that at least six weeks previously, Cruz had objected to the electoral certification of Joe Biden – prior to a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol that had essentially been egged on by the rhetoric of a stolen election.

Pulling up a video of an ABC interview, Cooper snarked that Cruz had shifted from Cruz control to damage control.

“We’re at a very divided place in our country where people are screaming vitriol and hate ( for no reason. I’ve never seen so much vitriol and hate for anybody, other than Donald Trump. First they hate Trump so much they spend four years trying to destroy him, and now they hate me for no reason and want to destroy me,” ) Cruz lamented. “( What is everyone so mad about? I mean, all I did was take a trip to Cancun during a winter storm that may have killed people. If we didn’t, we would have froze to death… is that my fault? Actually, if anybody can be blamed here, it’s my daughter’s. They virtually blackmailed me into going. They swore they would never speak to me again if I didn’t take them to Cancun. What else could I do? It wasn’t my fault. Snowflake didn’t blame me. He was frozen like a popsicle when we got back, but at least he didn’t blame me. He did blame the girls, though ).

“And you know what? That is a sad sign of where we are. I don’t do that to other people. You don’t see me screaming at people I disagree with that they need to resign. One of the things I’m most dismayed about is how in the last 24 hours this whole thing dominated the air waves instead of focusing on let’s solve the problems.”

“As a matter of fact, it has not dominate the air waves,” Cooper continued. “The Texas storm has dominated the news – the storm you blamed on your daughters.

“As for the country being divided, Senator Cruz, it really is absurd and laughable after you and nearly half a dozen Senators who were so butthurt over an election certification to confirm Joe Biden as president, decided to stage a ridiculous stunt – a coup to disrupt the confirmation by wearing diapers as a form of protest – the infamous “Diaper Caucus.” But, fortunately, your embarrassing little stunt failed due to the fact that rioting Tump supporters beat you to it… but in this case, they weren’t wearing diapers – at least not that I noticed.”

Anderson Cooper Ridicules Ted Cruz’s Remark About Divided Country: “It’s Absurd And Laughable After His Failed Diaper Stunt To Protest The Electoral Vote”

Jake Tapper, the host of CNN’s “State Of The Union,” began his Sunday morning program by sharply ripping into Republican Senator Ted Cruz, and nearly a dozen other Republican Senators who have made it known that they are planning to take part in a political stunt during the certification of the presidential election.

Referring to the group of lawmakers as the “Diaper Sedition Caucasus,” Tapper ripped into them like a fart in a baby diaper, as their pictures were displayed on screen – each of them photoshopped wearing diapers.

“On Saturday, twelve Republican Senators, among them Ted Cruz,  said they would show up in Congress next week to dispute the electoral certification of Joe Biden, by wearing diapers as a means of protest,” Tapper said, shaking his head. “The Diaper Caucus – or Diaper Squad to be more exact – which includes Senators Ted Cruz, and Mark Meadows, have been calling for, and I quote, “an emergency ten day audit of emergency returns’ despite there being no evidence of widespread election fraud. If they don’t get the ten days, they have promised to “soil the count.” Whatever that means, it doesn’t sound sanitary.”

“The Diaper Caucus is following the lead of Senator Josh Hawley who says he may or may not don a pair of diapers himself to object to Biden’s decisive win, despite there being zero credible evidence of fraud – zero. Hawley said whether he will wear a diaper or not depends on the circumstances. If enough of their supporters are also wearing diapers, then he said he will run to the men’s room like the Flash and change into his favorite pair of Pampers which he always carries with him for emergencies.

“Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska slammed Hawley and the others of the Diaper Sedition Caucus, saying, ‘Adults don’t wear loaded diapers to a government function to protest a vote! It’s disgusting! What the hell are they thinking? Did Charlie Kirk put them up to it? Are they adults or infants?’

“We invited each of the twelve Senators involved in plotting this disgraceful and embarrassing stunt, to appear on CNN to explain and defend their childish stunt. But of course, all of them have failed to respond. It all brings to mind what Ulysses Grant wrote in 1861: ‘There are two parties now, traitors and patriots.’ Or in this case, patriots and a party of poopers.”

CNN’s Jake Tapper Rips 12-GOP Senator “Diaper Sedition Caucasus” For Threatening To “Soil The Count” If Biden Is Officially Certified As President

Just days after crapping his pants on CNN, Corey Lewandowski contracted COVID. Apparently, even the coronavirus is tired of the behavior of Trump and his delusional lackeys attempting to steal the election, and has decided to take revenge. Many Republicans have fallen victim to the Democratic hoax called COVID, the latest being the president’s campaign advisor, who had tested positive last week.

Despite contracting a hoax, Lewandowski told CNBC that he feels great.

“I feel like a million bucks,” he said. “I can’t wait to get back out there and try to convince as many people as I can that the Democrats have stolen the election from president Trump. I’ve got my bullhorn, which I’ve been using to blast into the faces of snowflake Biden supporters who insist he won the election. They can be really annoying. They’re trying to get me to crap my pants again, but I refuse to let them get to me. Next time I go out there, I’ll be sure to wear my adult diapers just in case I have a…an accident. And if I do, I’ll hold Joe Biden responsible.”

“I had a great time at the Four Seasons Total Landscaping rally, though. In fact, I believe that’s where I was infected with COVID. But it’s alright. It’s just a hoax anyway. There are more important things to worry about, like holding the Democrats accountable for stealing the election.”

Other members of the Trump cheerleading team to come down with the COVID hoax, are Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Trumpy Bear campaign advisor, David Bossie, Secretary of Urban Housing and Development Ben Carson, and White House Political Director Brian Jack.

All four attended the White House party the night of the election, where they got blind stinking drunk and puked all over each other, which is probably how they passed around the COVID hoax.

“I feel like a million bucks, too,” Meadows told CNN. “Although I felt like crap during the hangover, and it sucked getting puked on. My wife treated me like I got sprayed by a skunk and wouldn’t let me in the house. I had to shower outside with the garden hose.”

“Me too,” said David Bossie.

“Yeah, me three,” Sleepy Ben Carson said, then dozed off.

“Ditto,” affirmed Brian Jack.

Chief of Staff Richard Walters also tested positive for the COVID hoax, but did not attend the White House party. As the Washington Post reported, he contracted the hoax after his dog puked on him.

After Soiling Himself On CNN, Corey Lewandowski Contracts the COVID Hoax

Thursday, CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewed Republican House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who expressed doubts about whether president elect Joe Biden will be president come next January 20th.

McCarthy is among the many Republicans who have refused to acknowledge that Joe Biden is the president elect, even though he has won both the electoral college, and popular votes.

Tapper had the representative on to ask him why much of the party couldn’t accept the outcome of the election. “What makes you think Joe Biden won’t be president next year?”

“Well, I think it should be quite obvious by now, Jake,” McCarthy said. “The Democrats have committed massive voter fraud to make it look like Joe Biden won the election. It’s a plain and simple fact.”

“It’s not a plain and simple fact. It’s an allegation that hasn’t been proven.”

“No, it’s a fact. We have actual signed affidavits from dozens of credible witnesses who are willing to swear under oath that they have witnessed irregularities and inconsistencies in the voting process in every state. We have sworn affidavits from dozens of credible witnesses who say they have seen illegal aliens voting. We have sworn affidavits from dozens of people that have seen Antifa voting, and we have sworn affidavits from dozens of credible witnesses who have seen Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters voting. This is unconstitutional, Jack.”

“That’s Jake.”

“Whatever, illegal aliens shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Antifa shouldn’t be allowed to vote –  they’re a terrorist organization for God sake – and cartoon characters shouldn’t be allowed to vote. The Democrats have proven that they will do anything to prevent Donald Trump from winning this election, nothing is too extreme for them.”

Tapper stared at him as if he had lost his mind. “First of all,” he said, “If there have been any irregularities or any inconsistencies, they have been miniscule and will have no effect on the overall outcome of the election. Second, all of the president’s cases of voter fraud have been tossed out of court, and third, illegal immigrants are not allowed to vote. I also doubt that Antifa or any Disney characters voted for Joe Biden. It’s comical to even suggest it.”

“It may seem comical to you, Jake,” McCarthy said. “But Disney characters actually voted for Obama in the 2008 election. I think these charges should be investigated as possible instances of voter fraud, don’t you?”

“No, I think it’s ridiculous. If you really believe Mickey Mouse, and Donald Duck participated in this election, then who did they vote for, Barney The Purple Dinosaur?”

McCarthy shrugged. “Well, the way this election has turned out, he very well may be.  So your guess is as good as mine, Jack.”

“That’s Jake.”

“Whatever. However, I doubt Joe Biden will be the president.”

Whether Joe Biden or Barney The Purple Dinosaur will be president next year, remains to be seen.

GOP House Leader Refuses To Acknowledge Biden Victory: “It May As Well Be Barney The Purple Dinosaur”

CNN contributor, and former Republican Senator Rick Santorum, who has made a number of crazy and insane statements over the years, put his foot in his mouth once again during a recent appearance with Van Jones.

According to CNN, Santorum praised the president’s debate performance Thursday night despite his defense of child separation policy.

Speaking with Santorum after the debate, Jones said he was disgusted at the ‘lack of humanity” coming from the president when he said that immigrant children in cages, are “so well taken care of.”

“How can he say that?” Jones asked Santorum. “These kids are not well taken care of. They’re in cages for God sake!”

“Number one, we’re not keeping kids in cages anymore,” Santorum replied. “Number two, Trump said, ‘Who built the cages, Joe?’ “

“That doesn’t answer my question. I don’t care who built the cages. My concern is that they’re in the cages, now.”

“Like I said they’re not being kept in cages anymore. They’re not cages. They never were cages. Obama and Sleepy Joe built the cages, and when president Trump came along and saw the cruelty of the Obama administration, he liberated these poor kids, made sure the cages were destroyed and had luxury resorts built in their place, which include swimming pools, movie theaters, luxury apartments, shopping malls, schools, churches and everything else they might need to make them feel at home. All of this was well documented by Laura Ingraham not more than – what – two years ago on Fox News.”

Jones stared at him speechless. There was a moment of awkward silence.

“Sadly, there are those who actually believe that.”

He then reminded Santorum that Ingraham had been lambasted on social media for her lame analogy.

Santorum shrugged. “What do you want me to say, Van? It’s true.”

“It’s fake news.”

“CNN is fake news.”

Jones reminded him he was a contributor at the network.

Rick Santorum Claims Detention Centers Are Really “Summer Resorts For Kids”

On his Sunday morning State Of The Union, Jake Tapper called out Lara Trump for making fun of Sleepy Joe’s stutter.

Tapper began the interview by showing her a clip of the president’s rally in Michigan, where he attacked Governor Whitmer, who he has criticized in the past in regards to her mandating the use of masks to lessen the spread of coronavirus, and shutting down businesses and schools. Earlier this month Whitmer had been a target of a right-wing extremist militia group.

“I guess they said she was threatened,” the president told the crowd. “And she blames me. ( You know who I blame? I blame her. She was the one who was threatening people, forcing people to stay home, and wear masks. We all know masks don’t work, and that’s what made people angry. They were fed up. They couldn’t take it anymore. They just wanted to arrest her, a citizens arrest, but the fake news media called it a kidnapping plot. They should all be arrested. Lock ’em up. Crooked Hillary for her emails, president Obama for tapping my phone’s and my microphones. I would have won that first debate with Sleepy Joe , but  I think Obama tapped my microphone. The crime of the century. I know it, and you know. Lock ’em all up )!”

As the the crowd chanted “lock her up, and lock them up,” Trump smiled, pleased with himself.

“Don’t you think the president should get off the weed, the drugs, or the alcohol, or whatever he’s on?”Tapper asked his guest.

Lara Trump looked surprised. “Excuse me? The president’s not on drugs.”

“Well, he must be on something,” Tapper said. “No one says the outrageous things this president has said without being on something. Either that, or he’s suffering from some type of mental illness himself. No Democratic president, to my knowledge, has ever said the things about Republicans that this president has said about Democrats. President Obama certainly never did. He never accused Republicans of acting un-American, never referred to them as pedophiles, never called them criminals or urged the DOJ and the FBI to investigate them for alleged crimes, or call for them to be locked up. It’s not acceptable for a president to be threatening his opponents.”

“He wasn’t doing anything, I don’t think, to provoke people to threaten this woman at all,” Lara Trump said. “He was just having fun at a Trump rally. And quite frankly, there are bigger issues than this right now for Americans. ( Like the fact that people criticize the president, calling him a narcissist, accusing him of downplaying the coronavirus. Obama was a narcissist, not Trump. Four people died in Benghazi. That was a tragedy, a scandal. Hillary said “what does it matter?” Two people died of Ebola, and the media said crickets about it. 215,000 died of COVID, but frankly, it’s not the president’s fault, I don’t see the scandal, or the controversy. Even I’ve been criticized on social media, accused of having fake boobs, a face lift, or getting my job through nepotism, all of which are not true at all. My boobs are the real thing and they’re spectacular. And I’ve received threats on social media, but you don’t hear me crying about it.”

“Frankly, that sounds like a whole lot of bulls***. And I couldn’t care less about your spectacular boobs. What concerns me is encouraging his supporters to chant “lock her up” against a state governor who was just doing her job, and calling for the Attorney General to investigate his political opponents. One could make a case for the president to be locked up, with his many crimes and shady business deals – including tax evasion, embezzlement, and sexual misconduct, the list goes on -“

“All unsubstantiated nonsense,” Lara Trump said.

“What also concerns me, and a lot of people I think, is the fact that you recently mocked Joe Biden for his stutter, and yet you have no criticism, no mockery for a president who routinely says some of the dumbest s*** I’ve ever heard, who seems to have no self-awareness of his own hypocrisy, who lies repeatedly, who takes no responsibility for his own actions and failures. One could say that he is suffering from cognitive decline, and yet his supporters defend him no matter what he says or does.”

“Again, all nonsense, all lies. First of all, I never made fun of or mocked Sleepy Joe, because he can’t remember his name, or because he can’t finish a sentence.”

“You did it just now.”

“You must be hearing things, Jake. Please don’t put words in my mouth -“

“I’m not -“

“Please allow me to finish, Joe.”

“It’s not Joe, it’s Jake. Now who’s suffering from mental lapses?”

“That would be Sleepy Joe,” Lara said. “I’m not even going to get into the president’s business dealings, but I will say that this president is of more sound and mind than Sleepy Joe Opossum, which is why we don’t need him for president. If he were to be elected, he would just hang his tail from the light fixture in the Oval office, forget that he was president and go to sleep and never wake up.”

“Again, sounds like a whole lot of bulls***. Thank you for being with us.”

Jake Tapper Calls Bulls*** On Lara Trump’s Denial Of Mocking Sleepy Joe’s Stutter

Thursday CNN Anchor Brianna Keilar ridiculed both president Trump and his favorite fake news outlet Fox News, for pushing insane nonsense without every having to face any negative consequences.

“Whether it’s pushing bull**** about president Obama’s birth certificate, claiming he never said he’d grabbed ’em by the p****es, or the claim that the former president spied on his campaign, president Trump has peddled one wackadoodle, and cockamamie conspiracy or falsehood after another. And it doesn’t matter how absurd it is. His brown nosers at Fox News will run with it without question and repeat it ad nauseum.”

Prior to Thursday night’s town halls between Biden and the president, Keilar noted that it came about because Trump had refused to participate in a virtual debate because he had contracted COVID.

“The president thinks it’s a waste of time,” Keilar said. “He doesn’t like interviewing remotely unless, of course, it’s with his ( butt buddies, like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, who don’t mind having brown noses ). The president doesn’t mind at all calling into Fox or appearing remotely with Fox, even though that’s exactly what he would be doing during a virtual debate. But this is hardly the only excuse he’s peddled over the years in regards to debates.”

Keilar went on to mention examples of some of the lame excuses that Trump has come up with when complaining about presidential debates, such as alleged claims that Biden had taken performance enhancing drugs, to moderators allegedly making fun of his orange toupee, and that they might be secret Antifa agents who were there to infiltrate the debates and incite violence.

These were just two of Trump’s pet peeves about debates. Keilar then played a clip of Trump calling into the Tucker Carlson show Wednesday night, where he mentioned another reason for not wanting to participate in a virtual debate.

“There is no way, Tucker, that I’m going to agree to doing a virtual debate,” he told the host, who looked like a dog anticipating a snack after performing a trick. “Sleepy Joe’s been using earwigs to help him cheat, and performance enhancing drugs, because we all know he’s so senile he can’t remember his own name, and would probably fall asleep without ’em. Another reason I won’t do it is because they might tap my microphone just like they did during the 2016 election and just like Obama and Hillary probably trained the family dogs to tap my phone’s, if they didn’t do it themselves
. I’m not going to give them the chance.”

“Off all the president’s claims and conspiracies, Keilar concluded, “this is the most absurd, and the most laughable. What possible reason would someone have for wiretapping a microphone? It makes absolutely no sense. But that doesn’t matter to his sycophants. He could tell them his wind smells ike a combination of Aqua Velva and Old Spice, and all of the brown nosers at Fox News – Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham, and Jeanine Pirro – will eagerly attach their noses to his rear end and sniff until they OD on his gas.”

CNN Anchor Ridicules Trump For Claiming Obama And Hillary Tapped His Microphones

Mediate reported yesterday that CNN’s Jim Acosta gracefully responded to chants of “CNN sucks” from Trump supporting rally attendees in Sanford, Florida where the president held his first rally since contracting COVID-19 more than a week ago.

Highlights fom the rally –

“Under my leadership, we’re delivering a safe vaccine and a rapid recovery like no one can even believe,” Trump told the cheering crowd. “If you look at our upward path, no country in the world has recovered the way we have recovered. ( Our response was first rate and phenomenal. I immediately banned travel to and from China. That should have solved everything. That should have kept the virus out. I can’t for the life of me figure how more than 200,000 have died from COVID. It’s just not possible ).”

“I feel so powerful,” the president said later, beating his chest like Tarzan. “I’ll walk into that audience. I’ll walk in there. I’ll kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys ( – no, I’m not gay – ) and I’ll kiss the beautiful women… everybody, ( I’d even grab ’em by the you-know-what’s – but not the guys – and give ’em a big, fat, wet COVID kiss )!”

Reporting on the highlights from the rally, Acosta revealed the president’s campaign plans to Blitzer, and reminded him that Trump is down by at least ten points in most polls. In the background the familiar chant of “CNN sucks” could be heard from the crowd.

“Well, there you have it, Blitz,” Acosta finished. “As this crowd is chanting that there are members of the press here who suck ( – apparently, myself included – ) I should also point out what also sucks – getting the coronavirus. ( But nothing sucks more than a Trump c*** sucker, which is what this entire crowd seems to be ).”

The crowd booed in protest, but Acosta ignored it.

Jim Acosta Fires Back As Trump Rally Goers Chant ‘CNN Sucks’: “Nothing Sucks More Than A Trump C**k Sucker”

The Daily Beast has reported that CNN’s Jake Tapper laughed when Larry Kudlow insisted that the United States and the Trump administration were “learning to deal” with the coronavirus in a “safe and responsible way.”

Kudlow, the administration’s economic advisor – who has never met a prediction he didn’t get wrong – appeared on Sunday’s State Of The Union to discuss the administration’s attempt to restart stimulus negotiations after the president had announced earlier that he would call them off. Kudlow said that the economy had rebounded miraculously but additional stimulus was still necessary, to which Tapper replied, “I agree, Mr. Advisor, but to suggest that the economy is in a miraculous recovery, is just ridiculous. Millions of Americans are unemployed, can’t pay rent, make their next mortgage, and you’re telling me everything’s peachy keen. We’re in a pandemic. People are dying. Everything’s not peachy keen.”

“I never said everything was peachy keen,” Kudlow replied. “You did. All I’ve said is that the economy is rebounding, and people need to stop complaining and blaming the president. The pandemic and the virus is not his fault. It’s China’s fault. They created the coronavirus in their laboratories to attack the United States and the president.”

Tapper laughed, but that wasn’t what prompted his criticism of the economic advisor.

“Mr. Advisor, are you aware that back in February you insisted that the virus was , and I quote, “contained, and pretty close to airtight”? And are you also aware that Mark Zandi of Moody’s says that if a stimulus bill isn’t passed soon, millions of more jobs are going to be lost?”

“Yes, I’m aware of it,” Kudlow replied. “I wish people would shut up about it. I’m also aware that Mark Zandi has always been a naysayer when it comes to Republican policies, and is incapable of finding his own a** with a flashlight and a magnifying glass. Compared to me, he never get’s anything right.

“Forget what I said back in February. I don’t think I was wrong when I said that. It was just my opinion. And I stand by my claim that the economy is in a strong rebound, despite the fact that over 200, 000 have died from COVID. It’s nothing but a minor setback. We are learning to deal with the virus in a safe, responsible and preventable, and phenomenal way.”

This was the remark that prompted Tapper’s amused and hysterical reaction.

“I lost it,” Tapper told the Weekly Journal. “I completely lost it. When he said they were dealing with the virus in a safe and responsible way, I was taking a sip of coffee and I lost control. I spit out the coffee. It went all over myself and all over the table in front of me. Everything immediately went still. Kudlow – who was seated at the far end of the table – was staring at me with a bemused expression with that long, droopy face of his, and an image of Droopy the dog saying ‘hello folks’ popped into my head, and I burst out laughing. Everyone in the studio was staring at me, probably wondering if I’d lost my mind.

“Not only was I laughing, I was laughing so hard that I was having a coughing fit as I was laughing. I was laughing so hard I literally fell out of my seat, as I continued coughing and laughing. I could barely hear one of the two cameramen asking me if I was alright. They were both laughing themselves, but not nearly as much as I was.

“The only one who wasn’t laughing, was Kudlow. He just sat there with that stern, droopy look on his face. I was sure he was thinking I had gone crazy.

“It wasn’t just that he looked like Droopy that I found so God damn funny. The image of a constipated cow chewing it’s “Kud” had also popped into my head, and I nearly died coughing and laughing.”

Jake Tapper Laughs During Interview With Larry Kudlow: “He’s Like A Constipated Cow Chewing It’s “Kud”