A darling of Austin’s Dimocrat daily is Dim presidential candidate Julian Castro, or maybe he should be renamed Fidel after his brother U.S. Rep Joaquin Castro’s doxxing of 44 San Antonio donors to President Trump’s re-election campaign.
Tweeting their names and occupations under the guise of revealing “haters” is sure to bring them trouble. Dimocrats like Joaquin are the real haters.
UPDATE: Joaquin, who is Julian’s campaign manager, catches it from all sides, including
one two of the donors who also gave money to him. Julian’s campaign, already underwater, is drowning.
MORE: One doxxed woman donor is receiving threatening voicemails. Time to lawyer up Joaquin!
Even diehard Dimocrat Mrs Charm admitted that Nancy Pelosi (or Crazy Nancy as Trump sometimes calls her) was a poor choice to be the first woman speaker of the House.
Called out by a male GOP rep, Doug Collins of Georgia, the other day for breaking the House rules (specifically the specific rule against calling the president a racist), she stalked off the dais, silenced by another House rule, until the majority Dims voted her back in.
“The vote on the motion to strike Pelosi’s remarks failed in a 190-232 vote with no Democratic support. Every Republican voted in favor of the motion.”
Over in the Senate, Cocaine Mitch McConnell, the Republican majority leader, said simply: “The president’s not a racist.”
Hijinks, congressional-style, begun and ended by Crazy Nancy, the first woman speaker of the House of Representatives.
Via The Hill, Twitchy, and Politico
Stephen Green (co-Instapundit) at PJMedia:
“Trump’s tweets have always been tailored to generate a gut response. The trick — and I admit it took me months longer than it should have to take this to heart — is to allow yourself a brief cooling down period, consider his target audience and their gut response. Instead of luxuriating in an outraged #Resist or a chest-thumping #MAGA insta-reaction, ask yourself what was the purpose of Trump’s tweet, and did he achieve it. Do that, and you’ll find that while Trump takes a lot of flak for his tweets, it’s almost always because he’s directly over his target…The man practically tweeted himself into the most powerful position in the world, and his seemingly ill-measured tweets deserve a more measured response…”
ADDENDUM: From the Instapundit his ownself: “Trump is pointing out that these “it” girls are ungrateful asses who don’t like America. By not naming them, he’s forcing their defenders, and his critics, to admit that they’re ungrateful asses who don’t like America before they can even talk about the issue. This isn’t hard. But if you want more, there’s this way of putting it: All the Democrats have to do is not be crazy, and Trump’s making it impossible for them to do that.”
As quick as Twitter is to remove conservative satire and threats, anti-Trump tweets stay, including this call to kill Benton Stevens, a 7-year-old Austin boy, for raising $25,000 to build the border wall.
KVUE didn’t notice the threat in this feature on Benton, including a photo of him in his MAGA cap. Must hope no crazed liberals figure out where he lives, and that his parents sue Twitter for the big bucks.
It started out as a slam on Felonia, as in thanks to god and Trump supporters, she’s Nacho President.
Now the Twitter hashtag #NachoPresident is being applied to Beto, as well, as Anna Paulina tweets: “Beto may as well change his name again…b/c he’ll be #nachopresident in 2020.”
Fits our fake Mexican, another asshole from El Paso, much better.
UPDATE: Not that the legacy media (like Associated Press) won’t try to save Bozo O’Dorke. Shoot, they’re making him up into a real Mexican as we speak.
Social media is a crowd looking for a purpose—right wing author and lecturer Ben Shapiro.
That fits Twitter but Facebook is more of a community looking for new members. And, while we’re at it, the iPhone is the world in your hand. So called.
Shapiro: Jealousy of the successful drives the Far Left. But the only thing you’re guaranteed in America is the adventure. What makes a good pilot is the ability to land.
Jordan Peterson: Belief is what you stake your life on.
Via Rubin Report