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... The hairdressing salon that fired him has been targeted with harassment...


You're telling me s/he is a sodomite kicker !!??
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 Post subject: Re: Your Modern Democratic Party
PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 4:55 pm 
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http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/11/yes ... rats-want/

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Yes, It’s A Mob.

It’s one thing to have activists act like bullies. It’s another thing for Democrats to egg them on.

David Harsanyi By David Harsanyi

OCTOBER 11, 2018

Former attorney general Eric Holder believes Michelle Obama was wrong when she famously said: “When they go low, we go high.” Rather, he told Democrats at a gathering in Georgia, “When they go low, we kick them.”

What Holder meant was: “When they win a presidency through the constitutionally mandated process, and the duly elected president nominates a Supreme Court justice with a 12-year exceptional record on the bench, and the duly elected Senate follows all the rules and precedents set by Democrats, offering numerous hearings and investigations along the way, and confirm that nominee through a vote, then we kick them. Because we’re frustrated.”

There is nothing wrong with “fighting” in politics. We don’t need to be hypersensitive about the metaphorical excesses of partisanship (unless it’s Donald Trump or Sarah Palin — then we must take it literally, seriously, and hysterically). But the problem is that Democrats have a bad habit of acting as if every political setback they experience is caused by some act of criminality. This instigates lots people to act like a bunch of children—or worse.

When Democrats lose the House, it’s because of mythical unilateral gerrymandering or mythical mass-voter suppression. When they lose the Senate, the system suddenly becomes an antiquated relic of the 1700s. When they lose the Supreme Court, there is a “legitimacy crisis.” When they lost the 2000 election, it was stolen by the Supreme Court. In 2004, George W. Bush rigged the election in Ohio. When Democrats lost in 2016, those omnipotent Russians and the unfair Electoral College snatched the office from its preordained owner.

The Republican Senate majority “cheated” Obama out of a seat. The Republicans are “packing” the court by seating the same number of justices Barack Obama did. Every legislative action that fails to comport with liberal thinking is to them an apocalyptic event and the end of “democracy.”

If all of this were true, the only question is: why aren’t more people joining a mob? If your government is stealing your country, why wouldn’t you embrace boorishness, or even violence?


“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about,” Hillary Clinton recently explained, egging on one of those mobs. And it makes sense. If you allow politics to become a stand-in for religion, the apostates don’t deserve decency. “Civility can start again,” Clinton went on to helpfully inform us, when Democrats run the House.

Of course, it’s easy to embrace fake magnanimity when you hold power. Michelle Obama’s “when they go low, we go high” came during her 2016 speech at the Democratic National Convention, and it was aimed at Trumpian rhetoric when nearly everyone in power believed Clinton would triumph. She offered her axiom after liberals had spent eight years trying to use executive power to coerce, demean, and morally micromanage the deplorables—yet those clingy God-loving gun nuts stubbornly refused to accept the progressive reinvention of patriotism.

They went low all the time. It was Joe Biden, not Trump, who accused Republicans and their presidential candidate, a man who had dutifully engaged in civic life for quite some time, of “betting against America.”

Yet Democrats still act perplexed by the backlash. Even now the mob within their ranks is being cast, predictably, as a conservative fiction. “Republicans Seize On ‘Angry Mob’ Mantra To Keep Their Midterm Base Fired Up,” says NPR, and so on. CNN insists that it’s a normal, everyday demonstration of free expression to chase politicians’ wives out of public places. You may not use the word “mob” in their presence.


“The media’s insistence that mob action & intimidation tactics have not been deployed by the left here — stuff that goes well beyond the normal parameters of acceptable protest — is pure gaslighting,” Guy Benson recently noted. “Especially as major national Democrats shrug it off or even egg it on.”

No, it’s not the Parisian mob. It’s more like one of those illiberal campus mobs that attempt, often successfully, to shut down debate. A mob is a disorderly crowd of people who have the intent “of causing trouble or violence.” So, for example, that means people who interrupt lawful proceedings, or people who wildly bang on the Supreme Court doors when a vote doesn’t go their way, or people who surround politicians (and their families) and chase them out of public places like restaurants, or people who join groups that smear other Americans without evidence, and those who try to undermine the rule of law through intimidation.


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SUPERcut of reporters telling people to not use the "mob" word cut with video of the mob.

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As a First Amendment absolutist, I say yell at politicians in public spaces all you like. That just means you’re a buffoon. But once you surround people, restrict their movements, you are engaging in more than incivility. Those actions will almost surely compound and become dangerous. And should I even mention that if any of this were directed at Democrats, the nation would be plunged into a full-fledged, overwrought discussion about the importance in civility in American life?


“This is what happens,” Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono said this week. If you act as if every traditionally conservative policy position and legal appointment to the court portends the Fourth Reich, this is indeed what happens. For now, though, partisan incivility isn’t really a mainstream problem. (Well, at least for people who don’t live in Portland or Seattle, where leftist mobs occasionally destroy downtown, which is far closer to the norm than the Tiki-torch Nazi march the media is obsessed with trying to link to conservatives.) Some Democrats seem to want to change this.

David Harsanyi is a Senior Editor at The Federalist. He is the author of the new book, First Freedom: A Ride Through America's Enduring History with the Gun, From the Revolution to Today. Follow him on Twitter.

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 Post subject: Re: Your Modern Democratic Party
PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 7:47 pm 
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Great, the former AG advising physical violence


I find it difficult to figure this all out. It's like They Want to Lose!

At first I thought... well, we'll just let the hard left lead us to defeat so that we can reform the party before the next Presidential election. But it actually appears give statements like this and from Hitlery concerning civility, that the whole party has decided to act like lemmings and plunge en masse off the cliff.

It's astonishing. We are watching the destruction of the Democratic party before our very eyes.

Good riddance, BTW.

As long as democrats keep promising free shit to the welfare parasites, they'll be around.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:40 am 
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Paid Dem Brownshirt. Works for David Brock, funded by Soros. Followed Republican Senators around during the Kavanaugh hearing

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The Democratic operative arrested and charged with battery against the female campaign manager for Nevada gubernatorial nominee Adam Laxalt was employed at the George Soros-funded American Bridge for months, despite a reputation on Capitol Hill for what sources described as “hostile” tactics.

Wilfred M. Stark III, who goes by Mike, was arrested Tuesday evening in Las Vegas, after Laxalt campaign manager Kristin Davison accused him of grabbing and yanking her arm and refusing to let go. Las Vegas City Marshals arrested Stark, who was later released.


Stark, who was a reporter for American Bridge 21st Century, was fired Wednesday night in the wake of the incident. A statement from the David Brock-founded organization said that “an incident with a member of Adam Laxalt’s campaign” had taken place, and “one of our employees” had been relieved of his duties “effective immediately.” The statement did not identify Stark or Davison.

Fox News is told that during the arrest, Stark explained to police that this was “his job” and he “does this for a living.”

But the Las Vegas altercation is just the latest in a series of incidents involving Stark, before and during his time with American Bridge. The organization did not respond to repeated requests for information about what the group knew of Stark's history and conduct.

Several staffers for Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill told Fox News that Stark is notorious for aggressive behavior when dealing with members and their aides.

“He is widely known among members and staffers as being a real problem on Capitol Hill—not for asking tough questions, but because he’s so openly hostile and combative,” a GOP aide told Fox News. “It’s become a real security concern.”

The aide added: “Aggressive, belligerent, inappropriate—no words do this guy justice.”

“We deal with trackers all the time, but he is far and above more hostile and unprofessional than any others,” the aide said.

Conn Carroll, communications director for Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, told Fox News that last month, Stark “followed, filmed and harassed” Lee in the basement of the Russell Senate building on the way to the hearing for now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

“I’ve known Mike Stark for literally over a decade. This is who he is. American Bridge knows who he is and what he does and they hired him accordingly,” Carroll tweeted Wednesday morning. “He was in Senate office buildings harassing me and my boss during the Kavanaugh hearings. Those are the facts. Open your eyes.”


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I've known Mike Stark for literally over a decade. This is who he is. American Bridge knows who he is and what he does and they hired him accordingly. He was in Senate office buildings harassing me and my boss during the Kavanaugh hearings. Those are the facts. Open your eyes.

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He added minutes later: “This idea that American Bridge randomly ‘got stuck with’ Mike Stark is willfully and ignorant blindness. He has been doing this for years. American Bridge knew exactly who they were hiring and what he does.”


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This idea that American Bridge randomly "got stuck with" Mike Stark is willfully ignorant blindness. He has been doing this for years. American Bridge knew exactly who they were hiring and what he does.

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I've known Mike Stark for literally over a decade. This is who he is. American Bridge knows who he is and what he does and they hired him accordingly. He was in Senate office buildings harassing me and my boss during the Kavanaugh hearings. Those are the facts. Open your eyes.

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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., tweeted on Thursday questioning whether the group was inciting violence towards Republicans.

"Soros paid protester arrested. Same group operates inside congressional office buildings. Are democrats paying to incite violence?" Paul tweeted.


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Soros-backed group fires operative after arrest over alleged battery against GOP campaign manager
The liberal group American Bridge 21st Century announced Wednesday night that it had fired one of its operatives a day after he was arrested and accused of battery against the female campaign manager...

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GOP Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock also tweeted that Stark “harassed our campaign on the 4th of July.”

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Mike Stark who harassed our campaign on the 4th of July was arrested last night for assaulting a female campaign manager in Nevada. This is the resistance. Below is a picture of Stark with Team Wexton (pink shirt)...story of his latest arrest: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/dem-op ... rested-for … #VA10

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And on June 25, House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., posted a photo of Stark, tweeting: “Anyone know this dude? Kept chasing me around the Capitol with a camera phone today…please RT.”

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More recently, Stark was a regular presence on Capitol Hill during the fight over now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation and the sexual assault allegations against him. Capitol Police sometimes would escort lawmakers away from Stark as he fired off questions.

Stark was hired by American Bridge in January. The following month, he was found guilty of disorderly conduct and ordered to pay a $500 fine in connection with an October 2017 incident at a Virginia parade, where then-GOP gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie was campaigning. Stark, then an employee of ShareBlue Media, was arrested after he approached a vehicle carrying Gillespie.

Fairfax County Police Lt. Peter Massoro testified that the Gillespie campaign expressed concern about Stark lurking around the vehicle and feared he might be violent, WRC-TV reported. Massoro testified that when he ordered Stark to move out of the street as the vehicle prepared to join the parade, he snapped at the officer: "[Expletive] this. I'm a [expletive] reporter. You can't tell me what to do." Stark reportedly was arrested after he responded to further orders to move onto the sidewalk with more profanity.

A month after his disorderly conduct conviction, Stark faced more allegations after he confronted Heather Swift, a female staffer for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, following a March 15 congressional hearing. According to a Capitol Police report, Stark approached Zinke after a House hearing and started yelling at him. As Zinke continued walking out of the hearing room, the report said Stark “used his full body to push” Swift as she tried to follow her boss.

Stark was arrested and charged with simple assault. Swift told the Associated Press at the time that she had pressed charges to obtain a "stay-away order" against Stark, whom she said had been removed from an elevator two days earlier on March 13 after he tried to force his way on to confront Zinke and his staff.

"[Stark] is a big guy. He came up behind me fast, aggressive and very physical,” Swift said. “Who knows what this lunatic was thinking?”

American Bridge said in response that Stark denied the allegations and added, "We are gathering all the facts and information surrounding this event."

The organization did not respond to requests Wednesday for information about whether it knew of Stark's October 2017 disorderly conduct arrest when it hired him earlier this year. It also did not respond to inquiries about anyone at the organization had reservations about Stark's hiring or keeping him employed after his February conviction or his March assault charge.

American Bridge was founded in 2010 by Brock, who also founded liberal watchdog group Media Matters.

Fox News' Peter Doocy contributed to this report.

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The guy is fucking Lucha Brazzi. Right out a Mario Puzo novel. How much you want to bet they paid his legal fees and bail?

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"Dear Diary" :lol:

CNN/DNC star Jimmy Acosta makes an ass of hisself....again.

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CNN’s Jim Acosta apologized Thursday for saying ‘f-ck you” to a former Melania Trump staffer in a private Twitter message after the chief White House correspondent was widely criticized for the vulgar attack.

Ex-Trump aide Justin Caporale mocked Acosta by writing, “Dear Diary,” after the CNN reporter sent a lengthy tweet complaining about the volume levels at President Trump’s Montana rally.


Acosta – who recently noted that rapper Kanye West used profane language in the Oval Office – sent Caporale a private message in response.

“F-ck you,” Acosta wrote, according to a screen grab tweeted by Caporale, however the CNN White House reporter did not edit the language.

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The Daily Wire first reported that the tweet was authentic and that Caporale is a former Melania Trump official. Caporale then announced that Acosta had blocked him on the social media platform.

After tweeting a screen grab of Acosta’s vulgar remark, Caporale returned to Twitter and demanded an apology.


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“Hey buddy I thought you were an old friend from the campaign days. I’m so sorry. Hope I didn’t offend you. Have a good night and take care,” Acosta wrote.

CNN did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Acosta – who is frequently mocked by Trump supporters – was widely criticized on social media for the comment.

“Just wondering why CNN's chief WH Correspondent would send a message like this to an employee of the administration he covers,” Daily Caller’s Benny Johnson wrote after pondering what would happen if a Fox News staffer said something similar to an Obama aide.

Sinclair chief political analyst Boris Epshteyn called it ‘a very sad way for a member of the WH Press Corp to behave.”

Others pointed out Acosta’s hypocrisy, as he often complains about bullying and using bad language.

As a result of Acosta being agitated by Caporale’s initial tweet, critics of the CNN star are now mocking him by responding, “Dear Diary,” to other tweets he sends.

Acosta has made a habit of grandstanding and interrupting when Trump and members of his administration are available to the media. Earlier this year, Trump even kicked the CNN star out of the Oval Office after Acosta badgered the president with racially charged questions.

Trump has famously dubbed CNN “fake news” and pointed directly at Acosta, calling him by that disparaging moniker in the past. Acosta has also gotten into combative arguments with other members of the administration including former Press Secretary Sean Spicer, Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller.

Meanwhile, The Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra pointed out that Acosta isn’t the first CNN employee to use profane language on Twitter.

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Custom "Halloween" billboard in LA :lol:


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Lauren Underwood, Democratic candidate for the 14th Congressional District of Illinois:



The second sentence out of her mouth in the "launch" video for her political campaign is "I'm a registered nurse".



The next campaign vid starts off with her walking out in a waiting room dressed in nursing garb and with a stethescope wrapped around her neck.

Her description on her You Tube page states:

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Lauren Underwood is a registered nurse and health policy expert from Naperville who is running for Congress to represent her community: Illinois' 14th district. She is committed to fighting for families and believes that strong jobs, smart investments and access to affordable health care will put our region back on track. Learn more: https://www.underwoodforcongress.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRt8xX ... PtY4J1Tc1g

Looks impressive.
Makes her sound like she has empathy for people---someone who cares about you.

The problem with this?

Lauren Underwood has "never once spent a single day in practice as a professional nurse".

Read more about the non-practicing RN here:
Dem candidate for Congress busted for lies about being a nurse

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That is a whopper lie Should be disqualifying.

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