Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey seemed absolutely shocked and appalled Tuesday afternoon, when MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall kicked off their interview on comprehensive immigration reform by asking him about breaking news from the Associated Press regarding the arrest and deportation order against an intern in the senator´s office who is a registered sex offender. According to the report, the arrest was deliberately timed to fall AFTER the November 6 presidential election. "Do you know anything about this report, senator," Hall asked a visibly annoyed Menendez.
Comments: Hee hee. Who would have thought someone from MessNBC would actually ask tough questions to one of their beloved Democrats.
Back in 2005 Menendez pressured then Gov. McGreevey, a corrupt incompetent with sexual identity issues himself, to appoint the state´s first hispanic female as Attorney General - Zulima Farber. Farber got the appointment without being vetted (Hey she´s a hispanic woman what else mattered?) Turned out the broad had outstanding warrants for unpaid fines and was an absolute affirmative action dullard in office. Imagine, the state´s top law enforcement official was appointed with active warrants for her arrest! She had to be fired within about a year after she used her office to get her criminal dirt-ball attorney boyfriend (a Mr. Hamlet Goore) out of a jam by inappropriately using her office to influence police....look it up. So this isn´t the first time Menendez has been involved in something like this. He´s a disgrace to his office, hispanics and America. If he had one ounce of integrity he would have resigned years ago.
As usual, RAT scandals get reported the day after the miscreant gets elected to another term, to be long forgotten the next time the RAT miscreant runs for re-election.
Wasn´t Menendez also implicated in hiring ladies of the evening while vacationing at some big-wig donor´s luxury pad in the Caribean recently?
And as for MSNBC having someone to ask these questions: (1) Democrats routinely ignore or fail to have folks from FOX and other conservative leaning media folks show up at their press availabilities and (2) this proves the busted-clock-is-right-twice-a-day rule.
MSNBC´s Melissa Harris-Perry said Sunday that "Obamacare," the nickname for President Obama´s healthcare legislation, was a “derogatory term... conceived of by a group of wealthy white men who needed a way to put themselves above and apart from a black man." Four questions for Harris-Perry, who was unavailable for an interview, according to an MSNBC spokesperson: 1. Was "Hillarycare" a derogatory term conceived of by wealthy white men who needed a way to put themselves above and apart from a woman? 2. Was "Reaganomics" a derogatory term conceived of by wealthy white men who needed a way to put themselves above and apart
The star of this video is Democratic Rep. Ann Kuster, representing New Hampshire’s 2nd District. A few things here… She doesn’t know what’s going on with the issue and looks like an idiot when addressing it (House Resolution 36). She ignorantly rudely hilariously laughably states that she is in her district to talk about the Middle East (to be clear Benghazi is very obviously considered part of the Middle East). Then the crowd is informed by what is presumably an aide of some sort that they are going to “stick to the format” …so no one even gets an actual answer. Is this who
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Well, this participant of the knockout game probably will reconsider future engagements after being beatdown by the woman he punched and her boyfriend. The video shows the assailant targeting the woman, who doesn´t go down after he lands his punch. She turns around and starts punching him repeatedly in the head - but, only after her boyfriend delivers an epic kick to the face. According to OpposingViews.com, the incident occurred in a Las Vegas, Nevada shopping mall.
Eight Northeastern states petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday to require a group of "upwind" Midwest and Southern states to more aggressively reduce smog-forming pollutants from power plants that drift across their borders and pose health risks. The states, all represented by Democratic governors, said the petition was a last resort after trying to persuade the leaders of the upwind states — Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia — to reduce harmful emissions that cause respiratory problems, such as asthma. "We need the EPA´s help to clean our air," said Delaware Gov. Jack
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How do you get your arms around the catastrophe known as Obamacare? Is it even possible? At this point, I’m not sure it is. The list of individual disasters which threaten to ruin one-sixth of the U.S. economy and what has been, up until now, the best healthcare system in the world is exhaustive, and exhausting. The examples I will identify here barely scratch the surface. First but by no means foremost, we have the supposedly new and improved HealthCare.gov. Except it’s not, even the visible part. Stories still abound of people still failing to get in or to get through the enrollment
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