1st Amendment Lawyer: Social Media CEOs ‘Have Lied‘ to Congress
Democrat Politicians Caught Posing with Antifa Leaders
Published on Jul 5, 2019
Communist Charged With Felony, Media Provides Sneaky Defense Of Antifa
Communist Charged With Felony, Media Provides Sneaky Defense Of Antifa. Recently in Washington DC several communists tried to light an American Flag eventually succeeding and throwing it on a Secret Service agent. One person was charged with a felony over the incident. But this recent news gives rise to a larger question. Why does the media insist on defending the far left? The answer is obvious, the media has a left wing bias. While its not a far left bias it is becoming so. When dealing with the issues of Antifa and right wing groups the media will allow the far left to define itself and its goals while also allowing the far left to define the right and what they believe their goals to be. In this framing the right will always be bad and the left will always be good, even when the media is forced to condemn certain actions. Following the Andy Ngo incident the Portland Chief of Police has called for unmasking laws saying that Antifa should not be allowed to wear masks as it allows them to escape justice. So long as these groups are allowed to define themselves the media will continue to claim this is a group fighting for social justice who sometimes makes mistakes instead of the bad guys they really are. #FarLeft #MediaBias #FakeNews
How Norway Dealt With Antifa
Published on Jul 10, 2019
How Norway dealt with Antifa is well worth a study. A threat to masculinity and democracy alike, Antifa attacked Andy Ngo recently and this movement needs to be stopped. Antifa still exists in Norway today, but has no power and no influence. It was dealt with back in the 90’s.
ANTIFA Are The Foot Soldiers Of The Democrat Party
Published on Jul 10, 2019
ANTIFA commit violent acts of political terror across the country. Will Johnson reveals the connection of ANTIFA to the Democrat party.
Ira Mehlman: Democrats commit political suicide on immigration
Published on Jul 13, 2019
Amidst a border crisis that has morphed into a national security and a humanitarian crisis, leading contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination have all but endorsed open borders. During the first of the candidate debates, the Democrats expressed broad support for decriminalizing illegal immigration. The candidates also expressed unanimous opposition to removing any illegal immigrant who is not also a violent felon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has taken the same position. ANTI-ICE PROTESTERS PULL DOWN AMERICAN FLAG, RAISE MEXICO FLAG, VANDALIZE ‘BLUE LIVES MATTER’ FLAG With the possible exception of former Vice President Joe Biden (whose momentary hesitation will no doubt result in another abject apology in the near future), the Democratic presidential hopefuls committed to lavish social benefits for illegal immigrants, including publicly funded health care coverage. The first of many debates may have delighted the Democratic Party’s most animated supporters, but it is alarming many of the party’s more sober ones. In the space of just a few days, left-leaning journalists, constitutional scholars, and even President Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson penned opinion pieces warning that the party’s increasingly radical stances on immigration pose – for them – a nightmare scenario: Donald Trump taking the oath of office again on Jan. 20, 2021. One might logically think that the reverse would also be true – that the Republican response to Democrats driving themselves off a cliff would be to help them do just that. The American public – particularly those who live in swing states and congressional districts that will determine not just control of the White House, but also Congress – is alarmed about what is happening at the border. Polls consistently show that immigration now tops the list of voter concerns and that there is strong support for securing the border, ending asylum abuse, and ending catch-and-release policies. Republicans are in control of the Senate, where bills that would do all of those things are teed up and ready to go. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., just needs to schedule a floor debate and a vote – something he has inexplicably refrained from doing. Getting this legislation over the 60-vote hurdle necessary to bring bills to the floor for a final vote is no easy task in the current hyperpartisan climate in Washington. But McConnell and the Republicans are in a no-lose situation. If they can peel away a handful of purple state Democrats, they can claim credit for addressing a top-of-the-mind concern for American voters. In essence, they would force their political rivals to make a difficult choice. Do they side with concerns of the vast majority of Americans, or do they side with radicals? Pelosi rules the House by virtue of some two-dozen members from “purple” districts. Many replaced Republican members by very slim margins. Do these freshmen Democrats really want to go into the next election havin