Where did they go under Bronco Bama? Did Soros pay them to stay out of sight or is it just because the Mediacrats paid them no mind—nothing to sully the tenure of the light worker. Well, they’re baaack.
“They are back, big time! pooping it up in San Francisco, building tent cities, living under bridges, and panhandling from tourists. Now that Trump has taken over the Hitler position, for the time being, until the Democrats manage to dislodge him, by fair means or foul.”
Via Miriam’s Ideas
San Antonian Kino Jimenez? He was already fired from his bar job when a video of his theft went viral. Now he’s going to have to hire a lawyer to keep him out of prison.
“Theft of person is a state jail felony punishable by a minimum of six months or maximum of two years in state jail. Jimenez, who has no felony convictions [but multiple misdemeanor ones], would be eligible for probation or deferred adjudication if found guilty.”
Way to go, Bexar County grand jury! Justice at last.
Holding hands as usual, despite all the trash-talking by the Mediacrats who libel/slander her as being held a prisoner in the White House.
When it’s a leak by the Special Counsel Mueller’s office to try an obstruction of justice case in the lapdog media rather than a court of law.
“Unfortunately for them [the] majority will not be bothered with detailed legalese letter one set of lawyers sent to another set of lawyers. The sound of collective public yawn is deafening.” —commenter Janna Blantner at Power Line Blog.
Via Power Line Blog.
“Richard Nixon was accused of spying on the DNC, but Nixon never ordered any such spying. In fact, he didn’t know anything about it. He was accused of using the IRS against his political opponents, but he never did. We know for a fact that Obama did both of these things, used the IRS against political opponents and probably more.
“There’s no outrage in the media on this. They think it’s great that Manafort’s lock was picked. The New York Times reports this as though it’s something that happens every day. Yep, the FBI showed up, they picked the lock of Manafort’s front door in Virginia and walked in and woke him up along with his family and then started demanding things and taking things….”
The American Gestapo at work. Without a peep from Congress or the liberal media.
Via Rush Limbaugh
The news reports don’t characterize Rob Ranco’s politics, but just judging from his Twitter comment that Trump Education Secretary Betsy DeVos should be sexually assaulted, it’s pretty clear he’s an anti-Trump liberal if not a leftist.
Ranco got the boot from his Austin law firm Saturday and Austin Community College, where he teaches, is considering kicking him out as well. You’d think a lawyer would be more concerned with due process, which DeVos was upholding when she canceled Obama’s Title IX policy that forced colleges and universities to hold kangaroo courts over accusations of sexual assault. But apparently not.
UPDATE: He has resigned from his Austin Community College gig, whether forced by the college is unclear. He also issued a formal apology to DeVos—which is the old say-what-you-want-then-apologize-routine.