Democrats have fully embraced left-wing extremism.
And more and more old-school liberals like Bill Maher are out against it.
Now Democrats went nuts after liberal Bill Maher made one statement about Ron DeSantis.
The establishment elites hate being embarrassed more than anything else in the world.
That’s one of the main reasons former President Donald Trump was attacked so mercilessly.
He disrupted the establishment elitist’s succession plan, and aired the Washington, D.C. Swamp’s dirty laundry while making “professional” pollsters look silly.
Now, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has emerged as one of the top Republicans in the nation by running a similar playbook.
He and other Republican Governors have exposed the hypocrisy of Democrats on education by sending illegal aliens on buses and planes to “sanctuary” jurisdictions, like New York City, Chicago, Martha’s Vineyard, and Washington, D.C.
In fact, Washington, D.C. Democrat Councilmember Brianne Nadeau lamented that Republican Governors were turning the district into a “border town.”
Democrats love illegal aliens, so long as border towns with very limited resources have to handle the problem as thousands of migrants are forced to sleep in parks and underneath bridges.
And liberal comedian Bill Maher backhanded left-wing extremists for freaking out about illegal aliens being sent to a wealthy, left-wing elitist’s favorite vacation spot.
“You saw the Governors of Texas and Florida are sending their migrants to blue states,” Maher said on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. “DeSantis in Florida sent all these Venezuelan migrants to Martha’s Vineyard. He wanted to send a message to those migrants, like if you come here, you will get a free plane ride to a wealthy island. Oh, the Democrats are mad. Biden said he is using human beings as props and all the Marines lined up behind him agreed.”
Maher’s reference to Marines was a dig at Biden’s authoritarian, Hitler-esque speech in which he accused the 74 million Americans who voted for Donald Trump as being enemies of the state.
They're moving the migrants from Martha's Vineyard to Cape Cod. If you throw in a stop in Nantucket, that's the same cruise I booked for my parents years ago. pic.twitter.com/79oQLl3i4a
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) September 17, 2022
“And the guy who’s running against DeSantis in Florida, Charlie Crist – we’ve had him on the show – he’s the Democrat who said all the immigrants in Florida, the 4.5 million immigrants in Florida, are now wondering if they’re next. Again, not wondering, fingers crossed – please send me to this lovely island that’s modern and has abortion services and likes us.”
“The migrants, first, they went to Martha’s Vineyard, and then, today, they sent them to Cape Cod,” he continued. “Just throw in a stop in Nantucket, it’s the same cruise I got my parents a few years back. America doesn’t see anything the same, right? Right and Left? The Right, they see Venezuelan immigrants, they see, oh, axe murderers. The Left sees that and they go, oh, someone to raise my kids.”
Fifty migrants showed up in Martha’s Vineyard and Democrats were furious because they were humiliated.
They don’t like losing, which is why the corporate-controlled media backlash toward DeSantis has been so intense.
But Governor Ron DeSantis has not backed down from a fight yet, and it’s hard to envision he’ll change that anytime soon.
Whoopi Goldberg just slandered Christians with an accusation as unbelievable and disgusting
The View is equal parts dumb and nasty.
And the show hosts take turns spouting off the worst takes.
Now Whoopi Goldberg just slandered Christians with one unbelievable accusation.
Just when you thought The View couldn’t stoop any lower, Whoopi Goldberg took the show to a whole new level of depravity.
During a mind-numbing rant, Goldberg suggested that Christian doctors were allowing gay people to die.
Goldberg began the braindead diatribe by asking, “Where do [pro-lifers] stand on war?” believing she had scored a debate point.
Of course, as President Joe Biden’s ongoing proxy war with Russia has proven, those most likely to oppose the United States’ involvement in foreign wars is pro-life conservatives.
In fact, Democrats have repeatedly slammed conservatives, who oppose the escalation of the war and have called for a solution to be found immediately, as “Putin apologists,” making the same argument the neocons did during the War on Terror.
Former President Donald Trump ran on ending America’s obsession with endless war, and he did not start any new conflicts while in office – the same cannot be said for his predecessors or successor.
So maybe Whoopi Goldberg should take a good long look in the mirror and realize she’s part of the warmongering Party.
“I need all of the religious people to understand that those who do not follow or subscribe to your beliefs also have rights in this country,” Goldberg added. “They have the right not to believe. You don’t have to – I don’t have to believe what you believe. You don’t have to believe what I believe.”
In reality, Goldberg is merely putting forward a straw man argument, as religious Americans aren’t the ones who use the government’s power to force others to not only accept their beliefs, but also adopt them as well.
Those invoking religious freedom merely want safeguards that prevent the authoritarian Left from continuing to force bakers and photographers to participate in gay weddings against their religious beliefs.
“You don’t really have the right to stand and tell me that you’re a doctor, but you won’t take care of me because I’m gay, you know?” Goldberg added, without providing any evidence to back up the claim. “You don’t have that right anymore. We got – we’ve fought because some people died trying to get to a doctor, and a doctor who would not see them. So when you talk about right to life, whose life are we talking about?”
“Because if you are talking about what I believe and what you believe, when you have a Hippocratic Oath, you don’t draw a line,” she continued, again without evidence. “You don’t make those distinctions. And so for me, I get very frustrated because I don’t mind you not believing as I believe. I mind when you try to get in my way when I’m talking for myself. That pisses me off to no end.”
Throughout her entire diatribe, Goldberg failed to cite any instances of gay people being denied care by a doctor because of their sexuality.
It is an utterly absurd and absolutely disgusting accusation to throw at the feet of Christians.
But this is what the Left does and who they are.
They demonize Christians and conservatives in the most despicable terms to poison the well for people that don’t know any better.
The Fake News this discredited “journalist” is now pushing will leave you hopping mad
All of American culture has been polluted by politics.
Now self-proclaimed “journalists” believe it’s fair game to just fabricate Fake News out of the blue.
And the Fake News this discredited “journalist” is now pushing will leave you hopping mad.
Self-proclaimed “journalist” Jemele Hill got run out of ESPN after her unhinged and deranged anti-Trump tweets cratered the ratings for SportsCenter, the network’s flagship program.
Hill was so ill-informed, she thought it was a good idea to promote a boycott of major companies that worked with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones because he was against the anti-American National Anthem protests.
But she quickly learned that wasn’t the case, as many of those same companies worked with her employer, leading to her suspension, and ultimately departure from ESPN.
Hill later latched on with The Atlantic – which was going under before being rescued by The New York Times – where she was free to write nonsensical pieces about politics and culture.
Now, Hill is attacking Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) because he voted against the Respect for Marriage Act.
“Mitch McConnell voted against codifying interracial marriage even though he’s in an interracial marriage,” Hill tweeted. “That is some seriously nasty work.”
Mitch McConnell voted against codifying interracial marriage even though he’s in an interracial marriage. That is some seriously nasty work.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) November 30, 2022
This is a common tactic used by Democrats.
They throw an issue with large support into a bad bill, then when Republicans vote against the bad bill, Democrats blast Republicans for supposedly opposing the popular aspect of the bill.
Hill either fell for the political trick, or she’s complicit in perpetrating it as a member of the Fake News Media.
No matter how you slice it, it’s wildly dishonest.
Neither Senator McConnell nor any other Republican voted against the Respect for Marriage Act because of interracial marriage.
Republicans wanted more protections to ensure that the bill would not force religious Americans, who believe that gay marriage violates their religious beliefs, from being forced to take part.
For example, Christian baker Jack Phillips has been put through hell for refusing to bake specialized cakes for both a gay wedding and a transgender celebration.
Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) added amendments that would protect religious Americans and institutions, but a handful of Republicans voted on the bill nonetheless.
The move makes zero political sense because neither gay marriage nor interracial marriage are under any threat, regardless of what Democrats claim – roughly 95% of Americans support interracial marriage, while over 70% support gay marriage, not exactly danger territory.
Pro-life advocate Lila Rose called out Hill’s dishonesty.
“You know that is not why he opposed the bill,” Rose replied. “This comment is very dishonest and designed for likes on the internet and virtue signaling.”
Chad O. Jackson, who was featured in the Larry Elder-produced films Uncle Tom and Uncle Tom II, responded to Hill by pointing out that her entire narrative is “predicated on a false, paranoid notion.”
“Your desire for codification is predicated on a false, paranoid notion that a substantial slice of the electorate wants it banned,” Jackson wrote to Hill. “Settle down.. Breathe… Nobody is trying to ban ‘interracial’ marriage. We just don’t believe the govt should regulate marriage in the first place.”
Hill is the one engaging in “seriously nasty work.”
Hopefully, more people have caught on to the game the Democrats are playing
The New York Times’ infuriating excuse for one company’s exploitation of children will have you seeing red
Donald Trump once said that the Fake News Media is the enemy of the American people.
The past six years have proven him correct.
And The New York Times’ infuriating excuse for one company’s exploitation of children will have you seeing red.
For some bizarre reason, the Left go into defense mode whenever conservatives point out obvious pedophilia and grooming behavior.
It should be easy to unite politically against pedophilia, but the Left would instead rather accuse right-wingers of being “conspiracy theorists” or “threats to democracy.”
And this is after Jeffrey Epstein died under the most mysterious of circumstances while being held in custody for sex trafficking of young girls.
The corporate-controlled press swooped in to defend fashion house Balenciaga after the company released a disgusting ad campaign featuring young kids holding teddy bears in bondage gear.
the brand "Balenciaga" just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about 'virtual child porn'
normal stuff pic.twitter.com/zjMN5WhZ0s
— shoe (@shoe0nhead) November 21, 2022
ABC News reported that the photo included “what appears to be an excerpt from the U.S. Supreme Court opinion on United States vs. Williams (2008), which upheld part of a federal child pornography law.”
Balenciaga received so much backlash, the company scrubbed its Instagram page with over 14 million followers.
Yet, The New York Times found it appropriate to provide some damage control for the company.
The Times ran a piece entitled, “When High Fashion and QAnon Collide: Two new Balenciaga campaigns ignited a firestorm that traveled from the internet to Fox News, fueled by allegations that the brand condoned child exploitation.”
The Left always mention “QAnon” when they want to diffuse allegations of pedophilia.
Again, this is after the Jeffrey Epstein saga, knowing that he ran with powerful people, like Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton.
Clinton was literally photographed getting a massage from one of Epstein’s girls.
“The internet is full of trolls,” The Times wrote. “Why did this controversy take off? As online criticism of the campaigns spread, the story was picked up across right-leaning media outlets, including The New York Post and the prime time Fox News show ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’ The show has helped to publicize and mainstream QAnon, the internet conspiracy theory that ‘a group of Satan-worshiping elites who run a child sex ring are trying to control our politics and media.’”
This is a mind-blowing response from The Times.
The paper’s angle is that conservatives fabricated the entire controversy, not that Balenciaga ran a sickening ad campaign and was forced to apologize for it.
If Democrats want to brand Republicans as the “anti-pedophile” Party, that is a label the GOP will likely gladly accept.
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