James Woods, the famed actor and conservative activist, has an interesting point when it comes to public health and rioting.
This much is certain after all this rioting: in two weeks we’re either going to have a shitload of sick Democrats, or we’re going to realize COVID-19 was not what Democrats said it was.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 1, 2020
For all to see on nationwide cable news, looters, arsonists, and vandals seem to be casting aside any notion of coronavirus social distancing with nary an unkind word from Democrats who only a week ago were imposing draconian measures on average American citizens if they dared to not maintain a six-foot perimeter around themselves.
Democrat governors in states such as Kansas and Kentucky (and other Democrats as well) threatened severe penalties against those who tried to go to church, or even visit loved ones, if social distancing was at risk. But today, when up close and personal material carnage and urban mayhem coincide with their anti-American agenda, the Democrat social distancing edicts are as dead as yesterday’s polling data. Presently it’s a free for all on the streets, as rioters stand COVID-ignoring arm to arm in opposing law enforcement personnel who are trying to stop them from burning down large swaths of American cities.
One wonders if social distancing, and other virus regulations, wasn’t just the latest in a line of moves to be conveniently discarded when the need no longer suited the Democrat playbook. This process started almost on the very day Donald Trump was elected president.
First he was an illegitimate president put into office by the Russians. That didn’t work. Then they made that fantasy official with the Mueller probe. Sorry, no banana. Then as soon as that went bust the narrative turned effortlessly to impeachment. They lost that too. Almost the week after the Senate vote that exonerated Trump in January, coronavirus, and its subsequent grabs for state power by various Democrat governors, came into play.
Now as the American people start to ignore virus protocols and go back to business (what’s left of it) and their lives, suddenly (as if on cue) the George Floyd riots appear on the streets of many American cities. The bridges between these attacks on the president and America seem virtually seamless.
Are we alleging a conspiracy? Hardly. The more likely explanation is opportunistic exploitation, good timing, and funding and training already in place to take advantage of probable events. Ask yourself: How many incidents of police brutality happen on a regular basis? It’s not that the police are mindless animals—far from it.
But in any organization there will be moral stragglers. Given the many scores of thousands of law enforcement personnel throughout the nation, some are bound to be bad apples who will act on their brutal instincts. When they do so, as in the Minneapolis case of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, and it doesn’t meet the proper political criterion, the case is ignored. However, when the casting fits the wolves pounce.
There are other interesting clues as well. Professionally-made signs appearing at the riots in mere hours after the Floyd killing, bricks apparently prepositioned in urban locales for the use of rioters, tactical operators ready to dispense cash and on-the-scene direction immediately in evidence and effective at their jobs, and a media narrative that switched from a pandemic that was going to kill us all (hence the need for nanny state regulations), to a virus wiped off the headlines with almost preplanned ease.
Yes, it surely seems like a deep dark NWO/deep state/Atomic Mole People gambit to corrupt our precious bodily fluids. But it’s not. It is the tactical and opportunistic expertise of a cunning enemy and their media acolytes. Next time —and there will be a next time— perhaps we can be proactive instead of constantly reactive.
This piece was written by PoliZette Staff on June 2, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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Radically leftwing filmmaker Michael Moore just spoke out to blast Joe Biden, saying that he does not have what it takes to beat President Donald Trump.
“Biden does not generate the necessary enthusiasm that it’s going to take to get people out,” Moore told Vanity Fair. “The Democrats are cynically counting on everyone’s desire to remove Trump.”
“This has been a crazy year, a crazy election year, a crazy year on so many levels,” Moore continued. “Anything you would have predicted back in December or January is out the window. The year we thought we were going to have on any level is out the window. So if it’s all out the window, what else is out the window?”
“Nothing is lined up right this year. Just because he’s got the most delegates and everybody’s conceded, it doesn’t mean he’s going to be the nominee,” he added of Biden. “They’re not even going to have a real convention. Anything can happen.”
Moore, who was a supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), said the Democratic Party “ditched” Biden earlier this year when he “was losing everything so badly.”
“The Democratic establishment ditched Biden back in January when he was losing everything so badly. What’d they do? They changed the debate rules to let Bloomberg in. They were so desperate,” Moore explained. “They were ready to dump Biden like a hot potato, and they will do it again if they need to.”
This comes after Moore warned Democrats that Trump might win again, saying that the president is “going to do well” in November because he hasn’t lost “any of his support.”
“None of us should take him for granted,” Moore told Bill Maher, referring to the president. “We need to behave as if he will win a second term,” he added. “Anybody who right now says, ‘Oh no,’ you’re really part of the problem because you’re not taking this seriously. He [Trump] knows exactly what he’s doing. He was just in Michigan this week. It’s the third time he’s been in Michigan in three weeks. He believes he’s going to somehow pull this off.”
Here’s hoping that Moore is right, and that Trump trounces Biden come November!
This piece was written by PoliZette Staff on May 25, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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Liberal talk show host Bill Maher surprised everyone on Friday’s episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher” when he admitted he now regrets the impeachment of President Donald Trump, saying that it “turned out to be a horrible thing.”
While talking to leftwing documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, Maher pointed to Trump’s recent firings of various inspectors general, complaining that they got very little media attention amidst COVID-19. He believes that much of this lack of coverage can be traced back to Trump’s impeachment.
“Just the impeachment, you know, I mean, if I could do it over again I wouldn’t because it just emboldened him,” Maher said, according to Fox News. “Now he can conduct this war on accountability and nobody even— it barely made the papers. I bet you people are watching this and going, ‘Wow, I’ve never heard that because the news is all COVID.'”
Moore agreed with him, going so far as to say the removal of the government watchdogs makes Trump “very dangerous.” This comes one month after Maher called for Trump to be impeached for “favoring” states that “are nice to him” during the coronavirus pandemic, according to The Blaze.
“I find one of the most galling parts about this is that the president is favoring certain states over the others. Governors who are ‘nice’ to him, as he calls it, get a lot of attention and all of the equipment they want,” Maher told Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). “To me, this is even more of an impeachable offense than what he did with Ukraine or Russia.”
Maher has long been vocal about his support for impeaching Trump, voicing his support for it in January of 2019. “I don’t know how we get out of this except by getting him out of office,” Maher said. “I wasn’t necessarily for impeachment until recently, but I think you have to go ahead and do it.”
Democrats were so focused on their effort to impeach Trump earlier this year that they almost completely ignored COVID-19 when the virus was starting to make its way to the U.S. Had Democrats not been distracting everyone with their impeachment nonsense, there’s no telling where we’d be with coronavirus today.
This piece was written by PoliZette Staff on May 24, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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Representative Adam Schiff put the blame for coronavirus deaths squarely on the fact that President Donald Trump was not impeached back in January.
Schiff: ‘Little Did We Know How Great The Casualties’ Of Impeachment Failure Would Be
Sparked off by a comment from MSNBC anchor Lawrence O’Donnell, Schiff went on an insane diatribe linking the casualties of coronavirus to the failed impeachment.
“We can’t act even slightly surprised by this because you told us this was going to happen in your argument in the Senate impeachment trial,” O’Donnell put to Schiff.
“Well, we certainly told the senators that he was not going to change, and there was no way to constrain him. That he is who he is, and he would continue to operate the way he had, and indeed, that’s exactly what we’ve seen since,” Schiff replied. “The one thing we dramatically understated is when we asked the question, ‘If you found him guilty, do you really need to remove him given there is another election only nine months away, how much damage could he really do?'”
“We said a lot, but little did we know just how great the casualties would be. Some days we lose the equivalent of the number of people we lost on 9/11,” Schiff claimed, with clearly no self-reflection. “You know, I think that there is no way we could have foreseen just how tragic his malfeasance would be in his remaining months in the administration.”
UNHINGED: Adam Schiff claims the casualties of coronavirus are casualties of the failed impeachment, implies the failed impeachment was worse than 9/11https://t.co/XMnXzCnIVi pic.twitter.com/geRbI1pOdR
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 5, 2020
The RNC called Schiff’s arguments “unhinged” in their tweet covering his appearance, and I am very much inclined to agree. It’s completely deranged to not only put the blame for deaths from the coronavirus on President Trump, but also in the impeachment itself. Ironically, you can make a far more coherent case that the impeachment debacle actually distracted the attention of the Democrats in Congress from the growing threat of the pandemic back in January!
As Fox News host Sean Hannity pointed out on his March 16th show, Democrats weren’t interested in the coronavirus at all. When the first person with coronavirus entered the country on January 21st, the Democrats were “in the throes of an all-consuming, what has been the culmination of a three-year quest to impeach and throw Donald Trump out of office.” On January 23rd, when China sealed off the Hubei province, House impeachment managers were starting their opening arguments. And on January 31st, when President Trump issued the travel ban to and from China and declared a national health emergency, Democrats, including Schiff, were busy trying to impeach him.
Try denying that Schiff!
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Hollywood director Judd Apatow launched yet another ridiculously outrageous attack on President Donald Trump, this time blaming the tens of thousands of deaths from coronavirus on him and all Republicans.
“He normalized being insane but we will vote Trump and all Republicans out in November,” the “40-Year-Old Virgin” director tweeted on Monday. “They care more about their power than helping people. None stand up and say the President is inept and that is a dereliction of duty. As a party they are responsible for thousands of deaths.”
He normalized being insane but we will vote Trump and all Republicans out in November. They care more about their power than helping people. None stand up and say the President is inept and that is a dereliction of duty. As a party they are responsible for thousands of deaths. https://t.co/tIaXZOAjH9
— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) May 4, 2020
Apatow is one of many Hollywood stars who have been blaming COVID-19 deaths on Trump and his fellow Republicans despite the fact that the illness originated in China and has killed thousands of people all over the world.
“I think [the Senate Majority Leader] and all of these politicians should be prosecuted when this is done for the lies which cost thousands of deaths,” Apatow said after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) called out Democrats for focusing on impeachment while Trump was dealing with the threat of coronavirus. “He knows Trump is a con man who lied to everyone to delay bad news and that led to thousands of additional deaths. They are all murderers.”
I think @senatemajldr and all of these politicians should be prosecuted when this is done for the lies which cost thousands of deaths. He knows Trump is a con man who lied to everyone to delay bad news and that led to thousands of additional deaths. They are all murderers. https://t.co/T0JPLOi8g0
— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) March 31, 2020
Apatow has spent years relentlessly attacking Trump in the most obscene ways possible. “He’s a Nazi. He wants no judicial process. He kidnapped children and commits acts of violence for political gain and to support his racist views,” Apatow said of him in 2018. “He admires violent dictators. Trump is a Nazi. The debate is over. Soon we will have proof he is a Nazi supported by the Russians.”
He’s a Nazi. He wants no judicial process. He kidnapped children and commits acts of violence for political gain and to support his racist views.He admires violent dictators. Trump is a Nazi. The debate is over. Soon we will have proof he is a Nazi supported by the Russians. https://t.co/o4cS2iWzvS
— Judd Apatow (@JuddApatow) June 25, 2018
It takes a special level of narcissism to think that directing comedies like “Knocked Up” makes you an expert on politics. Apatow doesn’t realize that the more he tweets about Trump, the more he shows that he’s just another Hollywood elitist who has lost all touch with reality. As President Trump himself would say: SAD!
This piece was written by PopZette Staff on May 4, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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On Thursday, conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh warned his listeners that the country is headed for another Great Depression if the economy contracts any more due to the COVID-19 crisis shutdowns.
Another Great Depression?
“All we need is a 30 to 40% contraction in this economy,” Limbaugh said. “We’ll hit Great Recession territory first and then depression, if this doesn’t stop… and the idea that there are people advocating for this!”
Rush: "The Drive-By Media, the media, and the Democrats are fully on board with the Democrat agenda here … They are hoping that coronavirus accomplishes what Robert Mueller and impeachment, Adam Schiff failed to do."https://t.co/kdEnjlH4Jl #TurntheHouseRED
— actlightning (@actlightning) April 17, 2020
Rush said this trend toward depression could be reversed, but that “there are forces arrayed against doing that.”
“We know who they are,” Limbaugh said. “We know exactly. We know they’re all Democrats. We know they are some in the health and medical community. The Drive-By Media, the media, and the Democrats are fully on board with the Democrat agenda here … They are hoping that coronavirus accomplishes what Robert Mueller and impeachment, Adam Schiff failed to do.”
Rush said Americans are “doing this to ourselves – and it’s amazing how quickly!”
“Three years to revive an economy, create roaring circumstances,” Limbaugh continued. “It took less than two months to wipe it all out. Twenty-two million people filing for unemployment compensation — 22 million — and the idea that there is not an angry outcry from all over the world that this must stop?
That outcry had better happen, because this…”
"How in the world can anybody sane want to keep this economy shut down?" ~ Rush
The answer's in the question. Many leftists are not sane.
Rush Limbaugh: We’re Heading for a Self-Inflicted Great Depression https://t.co/FYlGGHLUEo
— Junkyard Dogs (@baileyjer) April 17, 2020
‘We could fix at the snap of our fingers’
“We’re beyond now saying this is unsustainable,” Rush warned. “This is untenable! This is cataclysmic! We’re in the midst of a self-created disaster that we could fix (snap, snap, snap) at the snap of our fingers.”
“How in the world can anybody sane want to keep this economy shut down?” Limbaugh asked. “How can anybody sane be anything less than scared and outraged and mortified that 22 million people have been thrown out of work over something that may end up killing fewer than 50,000 people? It is unprecedented! And yet there are people who want to maintain the circumstances we are in. And it boggles the mind.”
We need somebody to tell us in one week how this is all gonna start revving up again. We can't wait until June. We can't wait 'til July. We're talking Great Depression time if we do that. – @rushlimbaugh pic.twitter.com/ch3arA5kGj
— Rush Limbaugh Quotes (@DailyLimbaugh) April 9, 2020
‘We cannot go on!’
“It is so counterintuitive to Americanism,” Limbaugh insisted. “We cannot go on!… I can’t believe it has gone on this long! I can’t believe… In one way, I can’t believe the American people haven’t arisen in outrage over this yet.”
In February, Limbaugh was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom during the State of the Union address by President Donald Trump.
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Amid the impeachment battle and the virus, the American people have still continued to express their confidence in President Trump in a very personal and significant way, with their wallets.
The president’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee brought in $212 million in the first quarter of 2020. That includes $63 million in March alone as the virus raged. The $63 million is Trump’s second best month ever, only surpassed by the previous month at $86 million raised for the reelection effort.
This contrasts starkly with the Democrats, who have only $20 million in the bank as of the last reporting period. By comparison, the GOP reports having $240 million in the bank at the end of March. This cycle the GOP and Trump have raised more than $677 million. That is $270 million more than Barack Obama had at this point in his successful 2012 campaign. This GOP cash was raised despite the economic calamities befalling many voters. Some may even be out of work right now. But they still gave their money to the president’s campaign and the GOP.
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale commented Monday, “Americans can see President Trump leading this nation through a serious crisis and they are responding with their continued enthusiastic support for his reelection. Joe Biden, Democrats, and the media continue to oppose his every action, but the people know that President Trump is fighting for them so they are fighting for him as well.”
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel also said Monday, “President Trump’s unyielding commitment to the American people has shown time and again that he is the President we need to lead our country through the crisis and it’s clear that voters are responding to his bold leadership. The enthusiasm for President Trump and our Party remains strong, and we continue to be all systems go toward November.”
Money is ammo in politics and without it a campaign cannot buy media or pay staff. Fundraising is also an indicator of how much enthusiasm a campaign is generating and how much commitment a political effort has produced among their base and the politically-involved public. These current Republican fundraising numbers highlight a very strong GOP and Trump campaign showing going into the summer, even in the middle of a national public health crisis and economic uncertainty.
This piece was written by PoliZette Staff on April 14, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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Representative Adam Schiff has submitted a bill that would create a Senate commission to investigate the country’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Schiff: “Comprehensive and Authoritative Review Required”
Schiff had announced the creation of the commission at the start of the month, claiming that the country needed a 9/11 and Pearl Harbor style commission to “review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic.”
On Friday, Schiff said that he had created a bill with Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris to establish such a commission.
“Though we are still in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, over 16,000 Americans have died,” Schiff tweeted. “It’s clear we’ll need a bipartisan commission to ensure we’re better prepared for the next pandemic.”
Though we are still in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, over 16,000 Americans have died.
It’s clear we’ll need a bipartisan commission to ensure we’re better prepared for the next pandemic.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) April 10, 2020
“After Pearl Harbor, September 11, and other momentous events in American history, independent, bipartisan commissions have been established to provide a complete accounting of what happened, what we did right and wrong, and what we can do to better protect the country in the future,” Schiff said in a statement. “And though we are still early in this crisis, over sixteen thousand Americans have died so far. It is clear that a comprehensive and authoritative review will be required, not as a political exercise to cast blame, but to learn from our mistakes to prevent history from tragically repeating itself.”
The commission would be composed of 10 individuals, 5 Democrats and 5 Republicans, none of whom would be current federal officials, would possess subpoena power, and would proceed to make a full report on the outbreak and the nation’s response.
This follows an announcement from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about the creation of a Congressional committee to investigate the coronavirus. They will investigate the management of the bailout package to help coronavirus victims (which amounts to over $2 trillion of government spending), and the general response from the White House, President Trump and his administration to the pandemic.
We can all see what this is: it’s nothing more than “Impeachment 2.0.” Schiff and the other Democrats are still salty from the fact that President Trump is still in office, and want to batter him over the head with this deadly pandemic that has claimed over 18,000 American lives so far.
Schiff said the commission will be “bipartisan,” so why haven’t any Republican congressmen supported his bill? Surely a bipartisan commission, if necessary, would gain the support of legislators from across the aisle?
The fact that it hasn’t should be huge red flag.
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Rosie O’Donnell spoke out this week to reveal some shocking behind-the-scenes details about her time on the ABC talk show “The View,” confirming that there really is a ton of drama.
O’Donnell revealed that she never considered going back to “The View” after leaving the show for a second time a few years ago because of her drama with co-host Whoopi Goldberg. “No, I think we all agreed that the last time, that it was better for everyone,” O’Donnell, 58, said during an interview with Howard Stern. “You know, Whoopi really didn’t like me.”
O’Donnell went on to explain that she had signed on to the show thinking she would be part of an “ensemble,” only to get off on the wrong foot with Goldberg when she signaled for commercial. “She was upset… I threw to commercial because I didn’t know that she saw the countdown,” O’Donnell remembered. “Now, listen, she’s been there forever. Maybe that’s normal. I saw, and there was a pause, and I said, ‘We’ll be right back after this.’”
“That was the first day and then there was trouble from then on,” she added. O’Donnell rejoined the show in 2014 after leaving for the first time in 2007. Ironically, she said she had a “come to Jesus” moment just before returning to “The View” when she told Goldberg at her home that she would only come back if she wanted her to.
“I was thinking we were going to be like Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan,” O’Donnell said, referring to the legendary NBA players. “Like that it was going to be the greatest thing of all time.” O’Donnell left the show after just one season in 2015.
During this interview, O’Donnell also talked about how she bizarrely has become pen pals with Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney to President Donald Trump, after visiting him in prison. She explained that she decided to write to him back in December, at the height of the Democrats’ impeachment efforts against Trump.
“I said, ‘I can’t help but find myself thinking about you there in jail, you who’s from Long Island who sounds like everybody I grew up with, you who’s near my age, you are the guy who’s paying for what this man did. And it seems horrifically unfair,'” O’Donnell said she wrote to Cohen. “And he wrote back to me and said, ‘I can’t believe you’re writing me. I have such guilt over the way I participated, you know, with Trump.’ And so we became pen pals. And then I went to the prison to visit him.”
O’Donnell has been in a longstanding feud with President Trump for over a decade, and her obsessive hatred’s only grown since he took office. Clearly, she’ll become friends with anyone willing to say something bad about him, which may seem pretty pathetic.
This piece was written by PopZette Staff on April 10, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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