In a press conference in Bedminster, New Jersey, President Trump called on all Americans to come together amid the violent protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Photo/Video/Tweet) FOX Insider reports: “We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides,” the president said. The president said that while hatred and violence erupt in Virginia there are “so many incredibly great things happening in our country,” such as economic growth. “So when I watch Charlottesville to me it’s very, very sad.” “We have to respect each other,” he said. “Ideally we have to love each
Country first, and even more importantly: "Turn your eyes upon Jesus" and what He taught.
Remember what Ghandi and (ironically) MLK accomplished through non-violent protest. Remember the counter-productive results of Kent State, the Kennedy and MLK Assassinations, the leftist sixties violence, and the violence of the Black Panthers, BLM, and other groups of various races. This battle is for "hearts and minds" as much as turf and body count.
There is a very bad smell emanating from VA today.It starts with an S. Look beyond the newsies for the whys and hows. It is yet another attempt to discredit our President. The Russian claptrap is dying on the vine, so there must be another avenue to bring PDJT down, siphon off his base with a tried and tested David Duke scare. as always there is a back story the newsies never get to.
Soros funded new world order communist leftists versus the old Dem KKK "White Nationalist" leftists. Who nowadays are probably also funded by Soros. Sorry to say, but this is Blue-on-Blue. Just like with the Communists and Nazis back in Germany in the 30´s. This is the left´s playbook.
This is just another made for tv leftist false flag operation. And, amazingly so, all the tv stations had stories all ready to go.
Ask yourself who benefits? The TV stations get viewers and advertising dollars. And the left gets to push another fake news, bogus narrative with them as "victims" . This has been the same MO, the left pre-fabricating their stories, since the Clintons, with all their Hollywood producer, director, buddies. I´m surprised they haven´t burned some churches and mosques too while they´re at it. Maybe that´s for tomorrow. Face it, We the People have been irked by what´s been done the past 8-10 years. That´s why Trump was elected. Since Trump was elected why would any of his supporters do this? That´s right, they wouldn´t. As with everything dealing with a leftie, there is always more there. Peel the onion.
SHANKSVILLE, Pa.- Vice President Mike Pence told relatives and friends of the victims of United Flight 93 attending the 16th anniversary ceremony Monday in Pennsylvania that the passengers might well have saved his life. The somber service began at 9:45 a.m., the time that federal investigators determined passengers decided to revolt against their four al-Qaida hijackers, who ended up crashing the plane in a field 60 miles (100 kilometers) southeast of Pittsburgh. The Republican said he was in Washington as a member of Congress on 9/11, and learned that the Capitol was a possible target of the hijacked plane, which
Though the ominous feeling of concern for those in the path of Hurricane Irma in Florida hung heavy in the air, the show must go on. Miss America 2018 on ABC aired September 10th and throughout the show, donations for hurricane relief were solicited for those affected in both Texas and Florida. Never fear, though. Politics dominated the final question competition and yes, it was all about President Trump. Breaking with the tradition of one question per finalist in the final round of competition, this year the pageant decided to ask two questions of each – described as one serious
HOUSTON- Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt paused at the end of the tunnel, taking in the scene as he was introduced before the Texans opened their season against the Jacksonville Jaguarson Sunday. He held the Texas flag before the team´s first game at NRG Stadium since Hurricane Harvey hit Houston two weeks ago. NRG Stadium erupted when he was announced, and Watt ran out, emphatically waving the Texas flag, getting the crowd pumped up. Watt, who went to the locker room near the end of the second quarter with a finger injury, said after the game that he "just
In a major blow to Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), former senior policy adviser, Mark Lopes, testified that the lawmaker helped with visa applications for friends of a wealthy donor, Dr. Salomon Melgen. (Photo) ABC News reports: Under direct questioning from the government, former senior policy adviser Mark Lopes testified that Menendez emailed him in 2008 authorizing a letter of support from Menendez to be sent to consular officials regarding the visa applications of two sisters from the Dominican Republic.One of the emails sent around the time had a subject line that read: “Dr. Melgen’s request.” When the applications were denied
In February, 2002, roughly five months after the searing tragedy of the 9/11/2001 attacks, Budweiser, a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch, released a poignant, moving commercial honoring the fallen by having the company’s famed Clydesdale bow in front of the skyline of New York. If you missed the commercial, it wouldn’t be surprising; it only aired once, and that was during Super Bowl XXXVI on February 3, 2002. The creative team from Anheuser-Busch had their work cut out for them; they had to get approval from members of Congress, the advertising community and from New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Bob Lachky, former
Mexico is sending a top cabinet-level diplomat to illegal alien-friendly California to help Mexican citizens living in the U.S. illegally avoid deportation in a post-DACA environment. President Trump’s efforts to enforce immigration law and build a wall along the border have galvanized the Mexican government into action, and according to an Associated Press story, its top priority is to protect Mexican citizens living in the United States. First stop, California, the center of anti-Trump resistance: Mexico’s Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray is expected to meet Monday with Gov. Jerry Brown and state legislative leaders in California’s capital. He will later
A fired White House correspondent gave the FBI a thumb drive of internal communications and sat for a two-hour interview this month related to whether the Sputnik news outlet is illegally spreading propaganda without disclosure under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Some press freedom advocates say Americans should be concerned regardless of whether the meeting between journalist Andrew Feinberg, an FBI agent and a Justice Department attorney turns out to be related to special counsel Robert Mueller´s probe into Russia´s role in the 2016 election. George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, responding to Yahoo News´ Monday reporting on the
MSNBC´s The 11th Hour host Brian Williams is probably regretting a flippant comment he made during the network’s live coverage of Hurricane Irma on Sunday afternoon, after it earned him mockery online. While discussing a photo reporters in Tampa, Florida had taken of the intense winds, Williams instructed Florida viewers to not take similar photos of their own. Instead, he suggested they steal this photo, share it, and “pretend you shot it.” “We’ll look the other way,” he helpfully added. His comment probably wouldn’t have received much attention if it had been made by any other person, but Williams’ own
President Donald Trump said Monday that America can honor the lives lost in the deadliest terrorist attack in U.S. history on Sept. 11, 2001, by resolving to keep its people safe. Speaking at the Pentagon in Washington, where 184 people were killed when terrorists crashed American Airlines Flight 77 into the building, Trump told the families of the victims that the nation grieved with them. "Each family here today represents a son or daughter, a sister or brother, a mother or father who was taken from you on that terrible, terrible day," he said. "But no force on Earth can
Democrats are “fearful” that the Trump dossier is “a piece of fiction,” one that the FBI used to form the basis of its investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government. That’s one theory that South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy is proposing for why Democrats are pushing back so hard against a GOP effort to get answers about the dossier from the FBI and Justice Department. In an interview with The Daily Caller, the House Intelligence Committee member addressed claims from his Democratic colleagues and some in the media that he and his fellow Republicans are attempting
Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon does not need lectures on race relations from “limousine liberals” and the media elites who hang out in largely homogenous crowds and whose oh-so-progressive-and-forward-looking organizations and outlets do not have the effortless diversity of Breitbart News’ masthead. In a 60 Minutes interview, Bannon told CBS anchor Charlie Rose that he was raised in a desegregated neighborhood on the North Side of Richmond, Virginia, that is “predominantly black.” “I went to an integrated school, a Catholic school. I served in the military,” he continued. “I don’t need to be lectured … by a bunch
In a fascinating interview with 60 Minutes host Charlie Rose, Breitbart News chairman Steve Bannon explained why he is no longer Chief White House Strategist. (Photo) ***Click here to watch the 60 Minutes segment*** Mediaite reports: Throughout his interview on 60 Minutes, Bannon defended Donald Trump over a variety of tough questions and controversial matters shrouding the mogul’s presidency. This eventually prompted Rose to ask why Trump would’ve allowed such a stalwart supporter to leave his orbit in the White House. “To be this strong a defender,” Rose asked, “why aren’t you there?” Bannon answered that he was not cut
Washington - Hillary Clinton on Sunday called Donald Trump’s inaugural speech as president “a cry from the white nationalist gut”. Clinton was speaking in her first televised interview since her stunning defeat in the election in November, two days ahead of the publication of What Happened, her book about her defeat. (Snip) During the campaign, in a moment widely criticized and weaponised by the Trump campaign, Clinton memorably referred to half of Trump’s supporters as a “basket of deplorables”. She expressed regret at the time. On Sunday, Clinton was unapologetic for the context of her remarks and said Trump’s base
Hillary Clinton was so confident of victory last year that she bought a second house next to her residence in Chappaqua, New York, to accommodate White House staff during presidential retreats there. "I thought I was going to win," she said. The New York Post reported last year on the Clintons paying $1.16 million for the three-bedroom, ranch-style home next to their house in Chappaqua. The newspaper´s source said at the time it was thought to be a weekend retreat for their daughter Chelsea´s family. In an interview from her home on the CBS program "Sunday Morning" delving into her
On the same day that Fox News announced that it had “agreed to part ways amicably” with suspended conservative host Eric Bolling, Bolling’s son Eric, Jr. was found dead in Boulder, Colorado. (snip) A strange anomaly in this story is that Yashar Ali, the HuffPost freelancer who wrote the August 4 article alleging that Eric Bolling was guilty of inappropriate behavior years earlier, claims to have been the first one to break the news of Chase Bolling’s death. For example, in a HuffPost article on September 9 time stamped 2:31 P.M. E.T., Hayley Miller writes “Yashar Ali, the HuffPost freelancer
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said in an interview broadcast Sunday that while she is "done" being a candidate, she is not leaving politics. "Is your political career over?" Jane Pauley asked Clinton on "CBS Sunday Morning." "Yes," Clinton responded. "As an active politician, it´s over. "I am done with being a candidate," she added. "But I am not done with politics, because I literally believe that our country´s future is at stake." Clinton´s comments come days before the release her new book, "What Happened," which accounts her experience in the 2016 presidential election. The former Democratic nominee reflects
Keep these numbers in mind: 316 to 90 and 80 to 17. They were the lopsided votes in the House and Senate in support of the deal President Trump made with Democratic leaders on storm aid, the debt limit and government funding. Remarkably, all the no voters were Republicans. The numbers shout that we are witnessing a potential turning point in the Trump presidency, one that could further shake up Washington and rattle the calcified political parties. Frustrated by the failure of GOP majorities in both chambers to pass his agenda, Trump followed through on threats to work with Democrats. Signs suggest it was
Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down with Jane Pauley on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ and gave her first T.V. interview since the 2016 presidential election. Hillary spoke about her new memoir ‘What Happened’ which is set to release September 12. (Photo) Not only did Hillary Clinton blame Comey for her election loss when he decided to re-open the FBI investigation eleven days before the election, she doubled down on her ‘Deplorable’ insult to Trump supporters. Hillary reacted to a clip of herself from September 9, 2016 saying, “You could put half of Trump supporters into what I call the ‘basket
An elderly white man was shoved to the floor and derided as a “honky motherf----r” by a black woman, who also told him to sit in the back of the East Side bus they were riding, police sources said Monday. The suspect, believed to be between 30 and 40 years old, is still being sought. The incident happened about 6:30 a.m. Sept. 3 when the 80-year-old victim got on a city bus near E. 34th St. and First Ave. and sat up front, sources said. The suspect apparently took exception to where he was sitting.
Who would ever dream of handing political leadership to someone whose crowning career achievement was a high-paying no-show job? As its next presidential candidate, is Michelle Obama the best the Democrats can come up with? That´s the view of pollster Douglas Schoen, who thinks they don´t stand a chance otherwise. In a piece for The Hill, he writes: As I’ve said before, the Democrats need an alternative plan to rebuild and unite the party if they have any hope in winning back seats in Congress in the 2018 midterms, nonetheless the White House in 2020. This alternative plan requires a new, united
The start of the NFL season is normally a pretty big deal across the country. Apparently Los Angeles and San Francisco didn´t get the memo. The Rams and 49ers each opened their season at home Sunday, and both teams had to start their games with lots of empty seats in the stadium. The Rams are hosting the the Colts, but it seems like the Los Angeles fans are not that concerned about being there to see it in person. The 49ers are welcoming the Panthers, but not even Cam Newton could attract a crowd that wanted to show up for
The Gold Star father who came to Indianapolis to speak about civil discourse ripped into President Donald Trump, calling him "illiterate and uneducated" on Saturday evening. In reference to Trump´s rollback of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, , Khizr Khan´s criticism came after a community conversation, "Talking Through Unity and Civility with Khizr Khan," on Saturday evening at St. Luke´s United Methodist Church. John Krull, host of "No Limits" on WFYI-FM (90.1), moderated the discussion. Khan is the Gold Star father who challenged Trump to rethink his stance on Muslims´ and religious minorities´ place in society during the 2016 presidential election. Khan´s son was killed in
Hillary Clinton’s latest book “What Happened” and her ensuing book tour are the latest examples of the former presidential candidate creating fresh tensions within the Democratic Party. What happened is not terribly complicated: Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump and weakened the Democratic Party in the process. In her book, Secretary Clinton blames her loss on the Russians, former FBI Director James Comey and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), among others, yet the only person she does not seem to blame is herself. Clinton continues to take the focus away from the party and
Actress Martha Plimpton’s comments on her “best abortion” went viral both in the media and on Twitter. But she’s still defending every single word. On September 1, MRC Culture broke the story the story of Plimpton (The Goonies, The Real O’Neals) laughing about her “best abortion” during a #ShoutYourAbortion event held in Seattle. (Video) “I also had my first abortion here at the Seattle Planned Parenthood,” she said, cheering. “Notice I said ‘first.’ I said ‘first.’ And I don’t want Seattle – I don’t want you guys to feel insecure, it was my best one,” she joked to laughter from