Associated Press, NYT Torpedo Democratic Narrative On Government Shutdown https://t.co/Wc2MlayXvt— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 20, 2018
Saturday, January 20, 2018
The House of Representatives has just voted to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, by a vote of 241-183. Every Republican representative voted in favor of the bill, and all Democrats voted against it, with just six exceptions: Matt Cartwright of Pennsylvania, Henry Cuellar of Texas, Jim Langevin of Rhode Island, Dan Lipinski of Illinois, and Collin Peterson and Tim Walz, both of Minnesota.
The last time a similar bill was considered in Congress — the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act, which President George W. Bush signed in 2002 — it passed both chambers by a voice vote. The fact that nearly every House Democrat voted against a similar bill this year (and one that contains actual enforcement mechanisms to protect these children, rather than simply define them legally as “persons”) shows how radically pro-abortion their party has become over the last 15 years....
Despite hand-wringing in the press, Trump hasn't actually removed the U.S. from the world stage. https://t.co/4hbSVpt5kj— Cato Foreign Policy (@CatoFP) January 20, 2018
What did Dems prove to America via the #SchumerShutdown? That the well being of foreign invaders means much more to them than the well being of American citizens. Let that sink in when you vote in November.
What did Dems prove to America via the #SchumerShutdown? That the well being of foreign invaders means much more to them than the well being of American citizens. Let that sink in when you vote in November. #MAGA— David Wohl (@DavidWohl) January 20, 2018
Proposal: Keep the government shut down until this is paid off. pic.twitter.com/qFTUOt7kir— jon gabriel (@exjon) January 20, 2018
MCCONNELL reading WH statement: “We will not negotiate the status of undocumented immigrants while Democrats hold our own citizens hostage”— Rachael Bade (@rachaelmbade) January 20, 2018
California Democrats Want to Steal Even More of Taxpayers' Money, plan to force businesses to give half their tax-cut savings to the state
Why not just call it what it is? THEFT. https://t.co/yj4emGCEi5— The American Workplace (@WorkPlaceRpt) January 20, 2018
And these liberal democrat idiots can’t figure out why businesses and legal taxpayers are leaving the illegal alien state in droves. Weather isnt that important with tax increases each year! Incredible @JerryBrownGov @XavierBecerra LOLZ https://t.co/ILfMPOC7Oq— Keep America Working (@intellwatch) January 20, 2018
California is challenging the integrity of the union, not in order to help its citizens, but on the behalf of a foreign population that has no right to be here in the first place
Friday, January 19, 2018
BREAKING: Fox's @ChadPergram reports there WILL be a 10pm ET procedural vote to see if Senate moves forward on short-term funding vote. Vote on actual measure would be hours later - probably after midnight. We'll be live with special coverage! @FoxNewsNight @FoxNews— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) January 20, 2018
I, as President, want people coming into our Country who are going to help us become strong and great again, people coming in through a system based on MERIT. No more Lotteries! #AMERICA FIRST— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 14, 2018
Is DACA amnesty worth risking a gov’t shutdown? A new poll has bad news for Democrats https://t.co/8mDA0yWNd3— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 20, 2018
CNN Poll: 56% of Americans Say DACA Is Not Worth a Government Shutdown https://t.co/J16xivT15M— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) January 20, 2018
On the eve of #WomensMarch, keep in mind @realDonaldTrump has hired more Women for senior positions than any other. Here’s the list— Jen Kerns (@JenKernsUSA) January 20, 2018
My Column @ The Hill https://t.co/Qv27cGo4H0 #1YearSinceWomensMarch #WomensMarchNYC #WomensMarchPhilly #WomensMarchLA
...Naturally, Vogue has written about it. Cosmopolitan has shouted it from the rooftops, as has MSNBC and every other liberal news outlet.
If only that last part were true.
Despite impressive hiring practices during his first year in the White House, President Donald Trump has received little to no credit for his choice of women for the most senior positions on his cabinet, as well as the West Wing....
One of the greatest successes of Trump’s first year in office has been the empowerment of women. Certainly, there have been plenty of other successes in the first year of the Trump administration — a record stock market surpassing 25,000, unemployment at a 17-year low, illegal border crossings lowered by 76 percent, a unanimous United Nations resolution against a nuclear North Korea, and more than 1 million bonuses given to American workers in just the last three weeks thanks to Trump’s leadership on tax reform. However, to write about those accomplishments without mentioning the women who helped make it happen is to miss part of the story.
So, why have the mainstream media given him no credit? Why haven’t the glossy magazines – who pride themselves on empowering women in the workplace — given him credit where credit is due? If Hillary Clinton were president, they would be touting her accomplishments.
The answer is because Trump is a republican....
It will look very different than it did under the previous administration...the Obama Administration weaponized the shutdown in 2013... they chose to make it worse."
Flashback to when Obama weaponized shutdown: Park Service allows pro-immigration reform rally on ‘closed’ National Mall https://t.co/85dxfGSQjb— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) January 19, 2018
OMB Director Mick Mulvaney on #SchumerShutdown preparedness: "It will look very different than it did under the previous administration...the Obama Administration weaponized the shutdown in 2013... they chose to make it worse." pic.twitter.com/cRXELGstkF— TrumpSoldier (@DaveNYviii) January 19, 2018
“The military will still go to work. They will not get paid. The border will still be patrolled. They will not get paid. Folks will still be fighting the fires out west. They will not get paid.” #SchumerShutdown pic.twitter.com/H6zerBiyV2— GOP (@GOP) January 19, 2018
"The discussions will continue," Chuck Schumer said after meeting with President Trump. https://t.co/MfZIDFimB5— Roll Call (@rollcall) January 19, 2018
The House voted to keep the government running and provide children’s health insurance. Ball’s in your court, Senate Democrats. Do the right thing.
The House voted to keep the government running and provide children’s health insurance. Ball’s in your court, Senate Democrats. Do the right thing. pic.twitter.com/fj0imyeJxN— GOP (@GOP) January 19, 2018
Another red-state Dem up this fall defects: Heidi Heitkamp says she'll vote for the CR; still fall short of 60 votes— Manu Raju (@mkraju) January 19, 2018
Worse Than Watergate. The Shocking House Intel Memo Reveals FISA Abuse by Senior DOJ & FBI Officials— Secure Freedom (@securefreedom) January 19, 2018
We all knew the 'scandal free' Obama Admin was plauged with corruption.
Without Hillary to protect them, their mask of deception is off.#ReleaseTheMemo https://t.co/6szStOK4KT
.@Melanie_Israel: “In a civilized society, treating a baby born alive after an abortion with the same care that any other newborn baby would receive should not be controversial." https://t.co/4ej5XChwrQ— Heritage Foundation (@Heritage) January 19, 2018
Northern spotted owl being poisoned by California’s illegal marijuana grows - Watch environmentalists go to war with weed growers...
Paraphrasing governor Jerry Brown: We Democrats have an inalienable right to tax the bejesus out of our subjects, but Trump's #taxreform "was an assault by the Republicans in Congress against California.”
Paraphrasing governor Jerry Brown: We Democrats have an inalienable right to tax the bejesus out of our subjects, but Trump's #taxreform "was an assault by the Republicans in Congress against California.” https://t.co/VIczt5nhqx #resist #tlot #tcot— IBDeditorials (@IBDeditorials) January 19, 2018
Remember: All Democrats voted against the tax bill. Every one of them. https://t.co/qJdDxbI0r9— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 18, 2018
...While the media remains largely focused on ongoing investigations into allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 campaign, the connection between Vladimir Putin’s government and U.S. environmental groups deserves more scrutiny.
Klein Ltd., a Bermuda-based shell corporation run by executives with strong ties to longtime Putin friend Leonid Reiman and Russian energy investment groups including Firebird New Russia Fund and Vimpelcom Ltd., reportedly funneled $23 million to the Sea Change Foundation, according to a detailed 2014 U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee report.
Klein’s legal counsel dismisses such charges as “completely false and irresponsible.” But in a letter addressed to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, members of Congress document evidence pointing to a paperless money trail that flows from Russia into U.S. environmental groups through the Sea Change Foundation. The implication is that the Russians have been pouring tens of millions of dollars into willing environmental advocacy groups in an effort to spread propaganda directed against fracking in the U.S. and the technology that makes it possible, according to evidence presented in the letter....
Poverty declined globally from 1.7 billion people in 1999 to 767 million in 2013, or from 28% of people in 1999 to 11% in 2013.
Poverty declined globally from 1.7 billion people in 1999 to 767 million in 2013, or from 28% of people in 1999 to 11% in 2013. The most significant progress was in Eastern & South-Eastern Asia, where the poverty rate fell from 35% in 1999 to 3% in 2013. https://t.co/DoWNE3g8De pic.twitter.com/1vGrKjSiNS— Cato Institute (@CatoInstitute) January 19, 2018
More good #TaxReform & @Apple news ---> employees receive $2,500 bonuses after new #TaxCutsandJobsAct
Remember: All Democrats voted against the tax bill. Every one of them. https://t.co/qJdDxbI0r9— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 18, 2018
BREAKING: Apple says it will contribute more than $350 billion over the next five years to the US economy through investments, will add "over 20,000 new jobs through hiring at existing campuses and opening a new one"https://t.co/vb0JiOg9hP— CNBC (@CNBC) January 17, 2018
Thursday, January 18, 2018
The second year of this legislative session is well under way, and there are many bills we are already tracking. And although many new bills are being introduced, there are lots of bills left over from last year, or, "2-year" bills, that have deadlines to overcome quickly or else their fate is sealed. Last Friday was the deadline for 2-year fiscal bills to move out of their first house policy committees and onto their fiscal committees. 282 bills missed this crucial deadline and are now dead. Tomorrow is the deadline for these same 2-year bills to be moved from out of committee and back to their floor of origin, or else they suffer a similar fate. Then, there are the bills that have survived thus far, and we are tracking their progress. Here are some important bills for our members to be aware of:
AB 403 (Melendez, R): Legislative Whistleblower Protection Act- To her credit, Assemblywoman Melendez has been trying to pass this bill since 2012. Now that sexual harrassment and assualt claims are running wild in the Capitol- with two Democrat Assemblymen resigning, a Democrat Senator on leave and another Democrat Senator with several credible accusations in the wings, it is no surprise that the Democrat legislative majority has killed this bill every session since it's inception. But Assemblywoman Melendez persists. Legislative staffers deserve the same whistleblower protections as every other state government employee, and yet, the culture of corruption in Sacramento protects those in power in the Legislature. It is high time that those who abuse their power answer for their sins.
AB 1745 (Ting, D): Assemblyman Ting wants to ban all gas-powered, internal combustion vehicle by 2040. That's right... Assemblyman Ting wants to ban YOUR CAR. The havoc this would cause on our economy alone is enough to kill it. This is so short-sided and a huge government overreach.
AB 1756 (Brough, R): Do you hate the gas tax as much as we do? Assemblyman Brough is trying to repeal SB 1 through legislative channels, while efforts to repeal SB 1 through the ballot box continue as well. Though we don't expect this bill to make it through, it is important to support. Poll after poll have made it clear that Californians do not support the Gas Tax.
AB 1886 (Fong, R): Speaking of the Gas Tax, did you know it was unnecessary? Assemblyman Fong introduced legislation last session that would have fully funded transportation infrastructure repairs and new roads without raising Californians' taxes. That bill failed, but he is trying again, especially in the wake of how unpopular SB 1 truly is. AB 1886 would allocate $5.6 billion in transportation funding for new roads, repairs, and traffic congestion without raising our taxes! The revenue is already there, the funding already exists. Democrats would rather raise our taxes and fees than use our transportation funding mechanism for just that- transportation funds.
SB 827 (Wiener, D): California has a housing crisis, and there have been many ideas and suggestions as to how to fix it. Assemblyman Wiener is from the San Fransisco Bay Area, and his bill would allow for higher, denser, transportation village housing. SB 827 would allow housing buildings near public transportation to be taller, denser, and allow for more dwellings. Sounds like quality living!
SB 834 (Jackson, D)/AB 1775 (Mullin, D): These two bills essentially do the same thing, but they are working different avenues. Both are an affront to President Trump's energy plan, and they seek to stonewall any oil drilling off our coasts. Both bills ban new construction on pipelines, piers, or wharfs in any state coastal waters. This would effectively halt the President's efforts to drill off our coasts.
High Speed Fail
The California High Speed Rail Authority appointed a new CEO this week. Brian Kelly was named CEO and was formerly secretary of the California Transportation Agency, overseeing much of the High Speed Rail development. Revolving door, much? The costs of the High Speed Rail Bond have already doubled since voters approved the measure in 2008, from the original projected $34 billion by 2020 to $67 billion by 2029. The latest quagmire is the 119 miles of track in the Central Valley that will cost over $10 billion, up from the original $6 bllion. Questions of if the state can complete the doomed project now outweigh the support it once received. What once was "when" is now "if". According to the PPIC, more than half of likely voters oppose High Speed Rail. Click HERE to read more.
Primary Ballot Measures
The June Primary Election is closer than we realize! The CFRW will come out with Official Positions on each of the four Primary Ballot Measures. Remember that these measures were put on the ballot by the legislature and that citizen-driven initiatives are only allowed on the General Election ballot. The state legislature referred 3 constitutional amendments to the primary election ballot. Two of them were part of a previous session legislative package. For now, here is a brief description of each measure.
ACA 1 (Mayes, R): Vote Requirement to Use Cap And Trade Revenue Amendment- requires a one time, 2/3rds vote to use revenue from our state's Cap and Trade program in 2024. ACA 1 was part of a legislative deal on the Cap and Trade extension at the end of last legislatve session. It requires the legislative vote threshold to pass a spending plan for the revenue from our state's Cap and Trade program.
ACA 5 (Frazier, D): Transportation and Fees "Lockbox" Amendment- requires that SB 1 (the Gas Tax) taxes and fees revenue be used for transportation purposes only. It also exempts the revenue from SB 1 from the state appropriations limit, or the Gann Limit. This prohibits the state from spending revenue in excess of per-person government spending in 1978-79 (adjusted for inflation and cost of living).
SB 5 (DeLeon, D): The California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act- What a mouthful, right? This issues a $4 billion general obligation bond for parks, environmental protection and water infrastructure. In the weeks to come, we will list the entire allocation of the $4 billion dollars, but for now, know that many, many different grants and water authorities will come into tens of millions of dollars of your money if this passes. From 1993 to present day, the state of California has had 39 bonds on our state election ballots. Of those, the voters have passed 31. Of those bonds, only 6 have been citizen driven. The state currently has $73.33 billion outstanding in general obligation bond debt.
ACA 17 (Mullin, D): Effective Date of Balot Measures Amendment- Currently, our state ballot measures come into effect the day after the election, unless otherwise noted in the measure itself. This measure would make it so when the voters approve a ballot measure, it would take effect five days after the Secretary of State certifies the election. The Secretary of State is required to certify elections no later than 38 days after the election. The rationale for this measure is to account for the increasing vote by mail ballots needed to be counted after the election date.
CFRW Winter BOD
Our Winter Board of Directors Meeting is just around the corner! Join us in sunny Long Beach as we work to take back our state! We have exciting workshops, speakers, and a sisterhood of Republican Women that can't be beat! Our speakers include TV and YouTube personality, Anna Khait, as well as our banquet speaker, Project Veritas Founder, James O'Keefe. Registration is open and there are still rooms available at the beautiful Renaissance Hotel, for February 9-11th, at our 2018 Winter BOD Meeting! CLICK HERE to register and for more information!
Disclaimer: The Capitol Update is an activity of the CFRW Advocate's Office. The update is for information only. CFRW official positions on legislation are stated immediately preceding the stated legislation or immediately following the stated legislation in this report.
This is OUTRAGEOUS AND IRRESPONSIBLE! Becerra is threatening employers with prosecution for complying with federal laws!— Judge Steven Bailey (Ret.) (@BaileyForAG) January 19, 2018
This is why we desperately need a new Attorney General who will uphold the rule of law, not undermine it! #California AG
WATCH: California AG Threatens To Prosecute Private Citizens Who Help ICE Enforce Laws https://t.co/HOzsECUO4T— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 19, 2018
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says "we will prosecute" employers who help federal immigration authorities as they seek to enforce immigration laws. pic.twitter.com/h0ujvBWLok— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) January 18, 2018
"If the American people knew what was happening — if they saw the contents of this memo — a lot would become clear about the information that I've been talking about on television for the last several months," Gaetz told Fox Business Thursday afternoon.
I have read the memo. The sickening reality has set in. I no longer hold out hope there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen. I have long said it is worse than Watergate. It was #neverTrump & #alwaysHillary. #releasethememo— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) January 19, 2018
The facts contained in the Intelligence Committee's memo regarding the @FBI and @TheJusticeDept are jaw-dropping and demand full transparency. The House must make public the #FISAmemo immediately. https://t.co/CgC0qEqlSp— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) January 18, 2018
Holy crap!! Breaking: Rep Gaetz wants an intelligence doc released that he just read which he stated is a threat to our democracy regarding the FBI, DOJ, and Pres Trump!! A vote on this to be released needs to be done NOW!!#TheFive pic.twitter.com/fbtJ5BCimX— Shell Covfefe🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@MichelleRMed) January 18, 2018
Dirty cop Robert Mueller and his entire team of liberal hack lawyers should be forced to pay back the millions they cost taxpayers for the Russia witch hunt.— Cristina Laila (@cristinalaila1) January 19, 2018
Mueller has known the entire time the fake Hillary dossier was used to obtain a FISA warrant.#ReleaseTheMemo
So, every House Intelligence Committee Democrat votes in favor of releasing Simpson transcript. And every one votes against letting Congress see the facts of how/why FBI spied during campaign. Selective transparency is never a good look.— Kimberley Strassel (@KimStrassel) January 18, 2018
All the members of the Intel Committee voted to release the Simpson testimony, but only Republicans voted to release the FISA ABUSE memo. All the Democrats voted no, then sent that weasel Adam Schiff out to try to shoot down the importance of the memo. #ReleaseTheMemo— RockPrincess (@Rockprincess818) January 19, 2018
Who ard we kidding? Schiff has leaked the memo to Raju at CNN. By now every Dem political operator has it and is getting stories ready in anticipation.— David Reaboi (@davereaboi) January 19, 2018
Stock market 31% gain during Trump -- best since FDR! https://t.co/UIQM4KfR0Y— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 19, 2018
Value grows by $6.9 TRILLION... https://t.co/mKoApbYywK— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) January 19, 2018
Cohen added: “There is nothing 'conservative' about the Ohio Conservative Energy Forum, which appears to be little more than a front group for purveyors of wind and solar power, who will stop at nothing to keep their industry from having to stand on its own two feet. And that includes presenting themselves as conservative when, in fact, they are garden-variety hustlers looking for a handout.”
Follow the money standing behind the network that includes the Ohio group and it is evident Cohen is spot-on when he says these self-described conservatives are operating as a “front group” for environmental activists.
LIVE COVERAGE: Trump negotiates directly with Freedom Caucus as GOP seeks deal to avoid government shutdown
New planets! Astronomers have discovered two planets using @NASAKepler data. K2-141 is an orange, Sun-like star with a hot super Earth and its Neptune-like companion: https://t.co/aTxCsBHefD@NASAExoArchive pic.twitter.com/iuwwz3TBzN— NASA Planetquest (@PlanetQuest) January 18, 2018
...The wonder was never how to grow the economy at 3 percent (all presidents prior to 2009 had at one time or another done just that), but rather, contrary to “expert” economic opinion, how to discover ways to prevent that organic occurrence.
Obama was the first modern president who apparently figured out how. It took the efforts of a 24/7 redistributionist agenda of tax increases, federalizing health care, massive new debt, layers of more regulation, zero-interest rates, neo-socialist regulatory appointments, expansionary eligibility for entitlements, and constant anti-free-market jawboning that created a psychological atmosphere conducive to real retrenchment, mental holding patterns, and legitimate fears over discernable success. Obama weaponized federal agencies including the IRS, DOJ, and EPA in such a manner as to worry anyone successful, prominent, and conservative enough to come under the federal radar of a vindictive Lois Lerner, Eric Holder, or a FISA court.
Trump has sought to undo all that, point by point. The initial result so far is not rocket science, but rather a natural expression of what happens when millions of Americans believe they have greater freedom and safety to profit and innovate, and trust they will not be punished, materially or psychologically, for the ensuing successful results....
1. Clinton Dossier - "Signals". Stuff no-one seems to ask themselves.... pic.twitter.com/IYzUKkekKo— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
2. There's a myriad of seemingly disconnected dots amid the story of the DOJ and FBI spying on candidate Trump. But oddly no-one asks raw questions...— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
3. For instance. Why did ODNI Dan Coats decide to declassify a FISA Court opinion in April and May 2017 ?.. What was Coats motivation for a historic shift in transparency of FISA court material ?... pic.twitter.com/MdJqgpl6wh— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
6. Where did this story originate, and why did the entity who released the story wish the public to know about it? https://t.co/QhPmC8yHFh— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
7. Why did an anonymous somebody tell the media Peter Strzok was the FBI agent who interviewed General Michael Flynn, three days before Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to FBI investigators? https://t.co/SV7E0sThml— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
9. Why was it important for people inside the intelligence community to tell the public, anonymously, that Lisa Page and Peter Strzok were conspiring to assist Hillary Clinton and eliminate candidate Donald Trump?— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
10. Why was it important for the public to know that Agent Peter Strzok and Attorney Lisa Page changed the wording on the FBI talking points that James Comey used to exonerate candidate Hillary Clinton? https://t.co/2LaTSr8kaa— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
11. Who, inside the intelligence community, was pushing out that information? What was the intention of pushing out that information? Why did they think the public needed to know about it? pic.twitter.com/aja5618tFl— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
13. All reporting on Strzok and Page pushes the media to inquire back to the DOJ Public Information Officer for comment on the media reporting. https://t.co/QhPmC8yHFh— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
16. Immediately following the news of a Michael Flynn indictment release, a blitzkrieg of parallel randomly stories surfaces. Including https://t.co/8d3qHNaL6g— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
17. Litterally at the same time an indictment against Flynn is announced. Someone within the intelligence community hits back with information about more DOJ corruption; this time DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr: https://t.co/8d3qHNaL6g pic.twitter.com/vtDniv5nQg— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
18. Why? What's going on? Why is the IC hitting back hard against Robert Mueller's team outcome, by releasing damaging information about those who have participated inside the Mueller investigation? Who is punching back? It's not the media. This is insider justice stuff. pic.twitter.com/j8ptMa3El3— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
19. This part of the intelligence community is transparently pissed off. They keep striking out pummeling the Mueller team. Why? Who are they? And they don't let up... https://t.co/7yCmAumkg1— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
20. Whoever *they* are, inside this IC writ large, is not just hitting out - they are naming names. They've named: Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andrew "Andy" McCabe, Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr, Glenn Simpson, and they don't let up. https://t.co/7yCmAumkg1— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
21. Not only do they name names, but they actually provide physical evidence that goes along with those names. Text messages between the participants: https://t.co/ZXRGO3ngXH— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
23. This series of coordinated stories distributed to the media are not random occurrences. The frequency and timing is too well coordinated. The MSM are forced to cover them - even though they don't want to. But no-one in MSM asks WHY? Why are these IC reports coming out?— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
24. And the deluge of IC push-back doesn't let up. Two days after James Baker accompanies Andrew McCabe to a House hearing BOOM he's nailed too. https://t.co/ykkh7yZxz2— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
26. All of this happens in a matter of a stunning two weeks +/- a few days. Yet, no-one seems to ask why? Why then? Why was it important to *someone* to get this information out, get these people exposed, and get this into the media bloodstream.— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
28. I just find it interesting that no-one in MSM is looking at the reason we are able to put all of this together. The story, and scale, of corruption inside the FBI and DOJ is obviously important to someone inside the FBI and DOJ. pic.twitter.com/glBz1DOGCL— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
29. And whoever it is, for whatever motive they have, they have presented a ton of evidence preparing us for something rather significant. It's remarkable how much the MSM is ignoring it. pic.twitter.com/dhUVlXZxK1— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) January 17, 2018
The Southern Poverty Law Center claims it protects us from "hate groups". But it's a scam... a money grabbing slander machine
The Southern Poverty Law Center claims it protects us from "hate groups". But it's a scam... a money grabbing slander machine: pic.twitter.com/mqLjYfB1sT— John Stossel (@JohnStossel) January 16, 2018
According to the population formula used by Congress to distribute House seats every 10 years, California is currently on the bubble in 2020, on the verge of losing a seat for the first time in its history.
...Fear is rising among Democrats over the prospect that President Donald Trump’s hard line on immigration might ultimately cost California a seat in Congress during the upcoming round of reapportionment.
Top Democrats here are increasingly worried the administration’s restrictive policies — and the potential inclusion of a question about citizenship on the next U.S. census — could scare whole swaths of California’s large immigrant population away from participating in the decennial count, resulting in an undercount that could cost the state billions of dollars in federal funding over the next decade and, perhaps, the loss of one of its 53 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives....
What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right https://t.co/Mwya0gdQn7— American Thinker (@AmericanThinker) January 17, 2018
...Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town. Life was placid, with no danger, except to your health. That danger was considerable, because it was, in the words of the Peace Corps doctor, "a fecalized environment."
In plain English: s--- is everywhere. People defecate on the open ground, and the feces is blown with the dust – onto you, your clothes, your food, the water. He warned us the first day of training: do not even touch water. Human feces carries parasites that bore through your skin and cause organ failure.
Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined that a few decades later, liberals would be pushing the lie that Western civilization is no better than a third-world country. Or would teach two generations of our kids that loving your own culture and wanting to preserve it are racism.
Last time I was in Paris, I saw a beautiful African woman in a grand boubou have her child defecate on the sidewalk next to Notre Dame Cathedral. The French police officer, ten steps from her, turned his head not to see....
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
High Speed Rail cost estimate up again! $6 bn to now $10 bn for Central Valley portion. We need complete audit of this project. Plain and simple. pic.twitter.com/MbMvp7hCb1— Assemblyman Vince Fong (@AsmVinceFong) January 16, 2018
10 Dumbest Questions Reporters Asked At Trump's Health Presser https://t.co/v22WmryDAw— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) January 17, 2018
Remember Bill Clinton refused to release his medical records. Not a peep from the press. Donald Trump has his Dr. give the most detailed, lengthy description of his health of any President ever and the press has a million questions and thinks he's hiding something.— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) January 18, 2018
You know a Republican is in the White House when Apple announces a commitment to the economy of $350B and 20,000 new jobs, North and South Korea are talking, the Dow closes above 26,000 for the first time... and the news media is focused like a laser on the President’s weight.— Razor (@hale_razor) January 18, 2018
And the FAKE NEWS winners are...https://t.co/59G6x2f7fD— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 18, 2018
The 1st Annual Fake News Awards! https://t.co/anLpK5qjX7— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) January 18, 2018
2017 Fake News Awards – The full list https://t.co/gVnz41YW1d— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) January 18, 2018
Fake News Awards tally— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) January 18, 2018
ABC, Time, WaPo, Newseek: 1 each
A very big congratulations to @PaulKrugman, @BrianRoss, @CNN and all the rest of the winners of the Fake News Awards! All of your are very deserving of this prestigious honor from @RealDonaldTrump. https://t.co/OMB0pOBilQ— Brent Bozell (@BrentBozell) January 18, 2018
Trump unveils winners of the #FakeNewsAwards: @CNN takes home 4 trophies and the @nytimes is top faker #TTT - When President Trump announced them in early January, many in the liberal media thought that the Fake News Awards were a bluff and he wouldn’... https://t.co/oUNDbPI58L— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) January 18, 2018
This happened. pic.twitter.com/x1UYh08iS5— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) January 18, 2018
Armed Antifa PROFESSOR Admits to Chasing Charlottesville Driver With Rifle BEFORE DEADLY CRASH! https://t.co/XwKuH9h6vQ— Kristinn Taylor (@KristinnFR) January 17, 2018
'New California' 'Secedes' from Liberal California, Declares 51st State - Breitbart https://t.co/2zjTaf4CvJ— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) January 17, 2018
Cory Booker's unbalanced performancehttps://t.co/ECzr5xSMNP— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) January 17, 2018
If a male Republican senator spent his 10 minutes “mansplaining” at the female DHS Secretary about immigration policy & yelled at her the only time she tried to speak, Democrats would be triggered. https://t.co/wVDc6G5L8d— GOP (@GOP) January 17, 2018