There’s a very dangerous trend happening in the media right now. It exploded in 2016 with the Russia hoax, but even though that has been disproven, the trend still continues to grow. That trend is allowing the intelligence community to almost completely control any political narrative in the media. Because of the nature of intelligence work and the acceptance that they are allowed to keep most anything a secret, it allows them to state almost…Read More
The real question is why was Bloomberg so ill-prepared for the debate? He had no answers for anything.
The latest Democratic debate in Las Vegas was definitely the point at which all the candidates were starting to reek of desperation. In earlier debates, candidates mostly played nice except for a few jabs here and there. But in Las Vegas, the candidates went all-in and virtually every time they spoke they used their time to take at least one jab and someone else on stage. They know the culling is coming soon and there…Read More
Trump Tweets have a strange habit of coming true. So does this mean Bloomberg is the new favorite in the race?
Trump has a funny way of predicting the future with his Tweets. He’s been doing it for years now, even before he was president. For example, remember when Trump pointed out Anthony Weiner’s and Elliot Spitzer’s perverse lifestyle years before the evidence came out? It’s actually become so common for Trump’s Tweets to be proven right that there is a popular meme suggesting Trump himself must be a time traveler. Of course, Trump isn’t using…Read More
When U.S. Attorney Durham completes his investigation, it’s likely we’ll see a governmental showdown as Democrats refuse to accept it.
It didn’t take long after Trump’s acquittal for him to take justified action against those at the National Security Council who showed their true colors during the Ukraine hoax. On Friday of last week Lt. Col. Alex Vindman, his twin brother, as well as ambassador Sondland were all either reassigned or told their services were no longer needed. Then just after the weekend, over 70 NSC holdovers from the Obama administration were also let go….Read More
A Pete Buttigieg nomination will most likely equal record low African-American voter turn out in November.
You can almost call this the issue nobody is talking about but yet everybody knows it. There have been rumblings in the mainstream media that Pete Buttigieg has a black voter problem. Even prominent democrats like Representative Jim Clyburn of South Carolina admit it. Clyburn suggests much of it is due to the fact that Buttigieg is gay, which is a problem with older black voters according to Clyburn. Another very bad metric for Buttigieg…Read More
Was Pete Buttigieg groomed by intelligence since his time at Harvard? His first and only private sector job was with a CIA connected consulting company.
As Pete Buttigieg takes the top spot in the current Democratic field, rumors are resurfacing about his murky ties to intelligence agencies. The main suspicions surrounding Buttigieg’s past are in relation to his work at the consulting company Mkinsey & Company. Self-described as a consulting company, they have taken millions of dollars of direct money from the CIA. Also, their public image has faltered in recent years as more and more of their past ‘consulting’…Read More
Say a prayer for Wilmington, North Carolina. Residents there are being forced to endure 36 Bloomberg TV ads per day!
There’s yet another shocking statistic regarding Michael Bloomberg’s nationwide campaign to prove just how rich and out of touch he really is. As I’ve written about before, Bloomberg has chose to run a “national” campaign, one in which he quarterbacks the whole operation from his main office in New York and only communicates to voters through lazy television ads in various states. But just how many TV ads is Bloomberg buying? According to Advertising Analytics…Read More
There’s something fishy about the 2020 Democratic field – But what is it?
There’s something that’s been bothering me about the candidates on the Democratic side as we move into the 2020 election. And no, it’s not just their insane platform and total incompetence – well, the incompetence actually is part of my skepticism. But not for the obvious reason yo would think. First off, I can disagree with a Democratic candidate but still admit they would be a strong candidate. For example in 2016 Bernie Sanders could…Read More