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Notorious ACB

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Looks like we get our wish - from FOX News:

Trump announces Amy Coney Barrett as nominee for Supreme Court seat
President Trump on Saturday announced he has chosen Amy Coney Barrett as his pick to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- a move that could significantly shift the nation's highest court to the right if she's confirmed by the Senate.

“Today it is my honor to nominate one of our nation's most brilliant and gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court," Trump said in the Rose Garden alongside Barrett. "She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution -- Judge Amy Coney Barrett.”

She is good. Squeaky clean and smart as a room full of owls. She is 48 years old so looking at 30 solid years on the bench. It will be fun to see what the liberals will try to do to her.

And then, there is this from America's Newspaper of Record - the Babylon Bee:

Amy Coney Barrett Holds Press Conference In Handmaid's Tale Costume Just To Mess With Liberals
Shortlisted for Trump's Supreme Court appointment, Judge Amy Coney Barrett held a press conference today where she wore a Handmaid's Tale costume just to freak the Left out.

Barrett walked out in the red cloak and white bonnet, causing most of the reporters gathered to pass out instantly.

"If selected to serve on the Supreme Court, I look forward to forcing women to have babies and ushering in a Catholic theocracy," she said, holding back laughter. "In fact, the first decision I want to hand down is that women who don't have at least seven babies will be executed."

"All hail the Pope! All hail the Pope! All hail the Pope!"

"When you're getting accused of being a theocratic fascist, sometimes you just have to play along," she said afterward as she took off her red robe, revealing her normal black robe underneath. "It's fun to watch them freak out a bit."

She then jumped in her minivan and drove off to drop five of her kids off at soccer practice before going to hear a case as part of her extremely successful career.

Heh - sometimes satire is closer to the truth than the truth itself.

Kimberly Klacik - Baltimore, Maryland

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I have written about her before (here, here, here and here)  - she brings me hope. She is running and her campaign is brutal. Her latest tweet is master-class trolling:

Talk about punching back twice as hard. Her opponent is a partisan hack who has done nothing for the people of Baltimore.

I know I have posted it before but

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This line still cracks me up - Bob Hope was a National Treasure:

Don't mess with Texas

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Really fun joint campaign advertisement - from the Dan Crenshaw for Congress campaign:

Should be fun. The left hates Trump for being an unabashedly Alpha Male. They are going to spit white-hot tacks when they see Crenshaw and gang.

A perfect opportunity in Texas - bilboards

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The Texas Democrats missed out - the Texas Republicans nailed it. From Peter Grant:

Election rivalry, Texas style
I had to laugh at political rivalry in Limestone, Texas (south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex).

It all started when local Democrats rented a billboard to display this poster.

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Unfortunately, they ignored the vacant billboard below it.  Local Republicans didn't.  $1,200 in billboard rental later:

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Heh... Some embarrased faces at the local office I bet.

The writing on the wall - Mittens

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Mitt Romney is a RINO - Republican in Name Only Looks like he actually may be waking up. From Newsmax:

Sen. Romney Backs Vote on Trump's Supreme Court Nominee
Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said Tuesday he supports voting to fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court, all but ensuring President Donald Trump has the backing needed to push the nomination over Democrats' objections that it's too close to the November election.

Romney issued a statement saying he would support moving forward.

"If the nominee reaches the Senate floor, I intend to vote based upon their qualifications,” Romney said.

Doing my happy dance.

Seven minutes of history

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UPDATE:  C-SPAN had a better video - swapped it out.

President Trump addressed the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly this morning:

From FOX News C-SPAN - quite the speech.
Our United States is a lot different than the United States of the Bitter Little Marxists.
Wonder what the difference is for them?
Maybe here or here - from this article, written in 1996: DSM-IV 301.95 Progressive Personality Disorder

This had me laughing - Supreme Court

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Well that explains a lot - RBG

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Just go home and take care of your district. From Breitbart:

Pelosi on Using Impeachment to Stop SCOTUS Nomination: ‘We Have Arrows in Our Quiver’
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said on Sunday’s broadcast of ABC’s “This Week,” that Democratic lawmakers have “arrows in our quiver,” when asked if impeachment was a possibility to stop a lame-duck Supreme Court nomination should President Donald Trump lose the White House in November and the vacancy following the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has not been filled.

She is seriously well past her sell-by date.

They did not act - Iran sanctions

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So we acted for them From The Washington Free Beacon:

All International Sanctions on Iran Reimplemented, Killing Nuclear Deal
All international sanctions on Iran that were lifted as part of the Obama administration’s landmark nuclear deal with the country have come back into effect as of Saturday evening, removing the last remaining vestiges of the agreement that were still in place.

The renewal of these sanctions comes after months of last-ditch diplomatic efforts by the Trump administration to ensure a United Nations ban on Iran’s purchase of advanced weapons was not lifted. This effort was unsuccessful after it failed to garner backing from traditional European allies on the U.N.’s Security Council. Following that bid, the United States exercised its right under the original 2015 accord to reimpose a litany of sanctions on Tehran that have been waived since the accord was signed and endorsed by the U.N. With the reimposition of these sanctions, the nuclear deal that President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018 is effectively voided.

Members of the U.N. Security Council were powerless to stop the United States from triggering what is known as "snapback"—a mechanism written into the original agreement that permits any member nation to reimpose international sanctions. The move is likely to further enflame ongoing tensions with Iran and also complicate America’s relationship with some its closest allies, including France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Each of these countries stood in the way of U.S. efforts to extend the Iran arms ban as they sought to keep the nuclear accord on life support.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed European powers on the Security Council for forcing the United States to invoke snapback.

The United Nations proved once again that it is ineffectual so we let a part of the Obama Iran Deal take effect. The snapback was always there - it was part of Obama's deal. We are implementing under the rules of the deal.

Senator Schumer in 2016

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Wonder how long this will stay up - Schumer's twitter acount:

And a screen cap - just to make sure:

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Yep - that is all that we are asking - just #DoYourJob. Represent your constituents.

Hillary then (2016), Hillary now:

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From Hillary Clinton's twitter account:

And here is a screen-cap because you know she will not let this stay up:

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Constitutional responsibility indeed - here is Hillary today - from MSNBC's twitter account:

Quite the Volte-Face. Again, remember Hillary's words from 2016:

The Republicans in the Senate and on the campaign trail who are calling for Justice Scalia's seat to remain vacant dishonor our Constitution. The Senate has a constitutional responsibility here than it cannot abdicate for partisan political reasons.

She needs a dose of her own medicine.

A good man - Senator Lindsey Graham

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There were worries that he was on the never-Trump side and, as chairman of the  Senate Judiciary Committee, he would move to block a replacement Justice appointment until after the elections. Today, he sided with our President - from Breitbart:

Lindsey Graham Says He Backs Trump in ‘Any Effort to Move Forward’ on RBG Vacancy
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said that he is supporting President Donald Trump “in any effort to move forward” concerning the vacancy left by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham would preside over confirmation hearings for the president’s choice to fill Ginsburg’s seat.

Graham, who posted his comments to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, said that his decision to back President Trump was driven by two factors — former Sen. Harry Reid’s (D-NV) judicial confirmation rule changes and the Democrats’ ultimately unsuccessful attempt to derail Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanugh’s nomination to the high court.

“The two biggest changes regarding the Senate and judicial confirmations that have occurred in the last decade have come from Democrats,” Graham wrote. “In light of these two events, I will support President @realDonaldTrump in any effort to move forward regarding the recent vacancy created by the passing of Justice Ginsburg.”

Good - justice will prevail.

A tale of two tweets

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Harry Reid and the Supreme Court nomination. What is good for the goose...

From President Trump:

And, from Ryan Saavedra - a video of Mitch McConnell from 2013

Heh - a straight up and down vote will bring in President Trump's selection. The Senate vetting process is going to be quite a bit of street theater.

My wish is for Amy Coney Barrett - solid Constitutionalist, already a Justice on the 7th Circuit Court, former law clerk to the late Justice Antonin Scalia and a former Notre Dame Law School professor. Let's see the left try to trump up a sexual harassment charge for her.

Shit gonna hit the fan - RBG

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Saw from various sources that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away today.

November 3rd just got a lot more "interesting"

Gateway Pundit has a sampling of the left's reaction to her passing. Always classy.

Two screencaps from My Penseive:

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Good - Omar and Tlaib are not working for our interests. Time to ignore the narrative and vote them out.

Color Revolution

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An interesting video from Glen Beck.  I do not normally listen to him as he is a bit hyperbolic but he does good research and the facts he presents are undeniable. The video is 48 minutes long but you can use YouTube's Playback Speed option (under the little gear icon) to speed it up. It is perfectly intelligible at 1.75X

For all YouTube videos, the K key will pause and resume and the J and L keys will fast back 10 seconds or fast forward 10. He has commercial breaks and usually two taps of the L key will get you past them.

From Glen Beck:

Constitution day - a celebration

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He does not hold his punches - from Breitbart:

AG William Barr: Coronavirus Lockdowns ‘Greatest Intrusion on Civil Liberties’ Since Slavery
Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday evening “other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint,” coronavirus lockdowns were the “greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history.”

Barr’s comments came during a Constitution Day celebration at Hillsdale College, commemorating the date in 1789 when the Constitution was signed by the Framers in Philadelphia.

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Barr has expressed alarm at the restrictions imposed by state authorities on First Amendment rights, particularly the freedom of religion.

Disagree? Feel free to change my mind.

Happy Constitution Day

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From the website:

Constitution Day
On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the most influential document in American history, the U.S. Constitution.

Every year, the National Constitution Center hosts the best Constitution Day celebration in the country. We are the place to turn to help you commemorate this historic day while meeting your federal education requirements, at the Center and online!

A wonderful document and the very foundation of what makes America such an amazing beacon of love, hope and prosperity. Anyone who says differently is more than welcome to vote with their feet and move to Venezuela or Cuba or any other socialist paradise. Anyone? anyone? Thought so...

Heh - cancel culture

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From My Penseive:

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New Hope - Pennsylvania

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Not the town (although it is gorgeous - been there), the state in general. From a screencap of FOX News - data from the PA Secretary of State:

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Interesting - Dad did a great job

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Dynasty? From the New York Post:

Andrew Giuliani considering run for NYC mayor in 2021
Mayor Giuliani? Yes it could happen again.

While the 76-year-old former occupant of Gracie Mansion won’t be returning to his old job, his 34-year-old son Andrew is taking a hard look at running for mayor in 2021.

“I am certainly thinking about it. It’s something that a bunch of people that I trust have approached me with,” the younger Giuliani told The Post. “It’s been terrible to see over the last few years how the city has spiraled. I am afraid if the right candidate doesn’t win in 2021, four more years of de Blasio’s policies will remind us of the 80s.”

That would be a good thing. de Blasio is in way over his head. He spouts the right platitudes and is politically connected but he has no leadership abilities at all. Time for someone who can actually do the job needed. Someone with a backbone.

The truth in New York State

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From The New York Post:

‘The gov killed Nana’ banner flies over NYC, LI beaches to troll Gov. Andrew Cuomo
New York beachgoers were greeted with what appears to be a grim anti-Cuomo banner in the sky Saturday.

“THE GOV KILLED NANA,” read the banner carried on a propeller plane that flew across New York City and Long Island beaches, according to accounts on social media.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been widely criticized for his handling of the state-regulated nursing homes, where at least 6,447 New Yorkers died during the health crisis.

One Rockaway beachgoer told The Post the plane flew by around 4 p.m. as observers stopped to take pictures and applauded the message.

“The people were going crazy,” the beachgoer said. “[Cuomo] is nothing but a liar, condescending and miserable person. His carelessness caused the death of a lot of people unnecessarily.”

Rich Azzopardi, a spokesman for the governor, said the stunt could only come from “conspiracy nuts.”

Well... He DID

Incompetent and in over his head. “conspiracy nuts” indeed.

Good news in Western Oregon

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Looks like they have someone good running this November - Alek Skarlatos:

I love her - zero fucks given and not afraid to stand up to the bullies. She is running for Congress.
Her latest advertisement has the usual suspects up in arms:

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Nancy Pelosi's protest and Marjorie's reply:

Illhan Omar (one of the people pictured) - protest and reply:

She is not afraid to play smash-mouth politics. Let us hope that the people in her jurisdiction do the right thing. We need people like her.

Cleaning up the Democrat machine

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Fascinating bit of history - the Battle of Athens, Tennessee. Go and read - from THE ABBEVILLE BLOG:

The Battle of Athens, Tennessee
On August 1, 1946, a group of Southern World War Two veterans in Athens, Tennessee, fought and won the only successful armed insurrection in the United States since the War of Independence. These brave men embodied that irrepressible Southern spirit, that martial valor and moral sublimity that suffused the souls of Dixie and her children for generations upon generations, stretching backwards in time through the annals of Indo-European civilization — that constitution which we fervently hope has not drained from our blood forevermore. The Battle of Athens stands, then, as a monumental event in the history of Southern, and thus Western, civilization, the fulfillment of an ancestral promise; so, too, does the Battle of Athens represent a call echoing through the ages to fall on modern ears that must not remain deaf — a call to actualize the destiny that our forefathers spilt so much blood, both their own and their enemies’, to leave to us.

Athens is the seat of McMinn County, which, at the time, was the nerve center for Sheriff Paul Cantrell, a major lieutenant of a corrupt Democratic machine which stretched from Tennessee to the District of Columbia. Though we will eschew labeling Cantrell or his machine politics “evil,” as this was simply the way things were done in many American polities, it is worth noting that before and especially during the Second World War, Cantrell presided over corruption and graft on an industrial scale. As Chris DeRose details, the Sheriff drew salaries of nearly sixty thousand dollars per year over his first six years that were worth well over one million dollars in today’s purchasing power. He was also appointed superintendent of the county workhouse for an additional salary of over two thousand dollars; DeRose notes that “McMinn County did not have a workhouse, making its superintending easy.” This at a time when the median Tennessee home was worth less than two thousand dollars and the starting salary for enlisted men was fifty dollars per month. Despite strict rationing, McMinn machine men never wanted for cars, tires, or fuel. Illegal casinos, speakeasies, and whorehouses payed thousands of dollars per month in protection money. Dozens of county employees were listed on the payrolls for the sole purpose of providing cover for a vast money laundering operation.

A great story well told. History is important as human nature frequently repeats. We would do well to learn from this story. Leopards do not change their spots. Neither do Democrats.

Nancy Pelosi and the hair salon

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Pelosi's defense was that she had been set up. Our President's son offers this observation:

That story at The Atlantic

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The Atlantic used to have decent writing but they are now the plaything of Steve Job's widow and follow the leftist marxist narrative. On September 3rd, they published this article:

Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’
When President Donald Trump canceled a visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, he blamed rain for the last-minute decision, saying that “the helicopter couldn’t fly” and that the Secret Service wouldn’t drive him there. Neither claim was true.

Trump rejected the idea of the visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain, and because he did not believe it important to honor American war dead, according to four people with firsthand knowledge of the discussion that day. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the scheduled visit, Trump said, “Why should I go to that cemetery? It’s filled with losers.” In a separate conversation on the same trip, Trump referred to the more than 1,800 marines who lost their lives at Belleau Wood as “suckers” for getting killed.

Needless to say, this story is a complete fabrication. It was raining cats and dogs and driving through Paris (the Cemetery was on the opposite side of where the Presidential party was staying) would have been a security nightmare - that option was never even considered. As for President Trump's comments? This today at Breitbart:

Exclusive: Zach Fuentes, Top Aide to John Kelly, Denies Atlantic Story About Trump
Former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Zach Fuentes denied to Breitbart News The Atlantic’s account of President Donald Trump’s comments about troops in Europe.

Fuentes unequivocally denied The Atlantic’s report last week, a huge blow to the establishment media narrative. Fuentes personally briefed President Trump on the weather situation that led to the trip being canceled. He is also a close personal confidante of former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.

“You can put me on record denying that I spoke with The Atlantic,” Fuentes told Breitbart News on Monday. “I don’t know who the sources are. I did not hear POTUS call anyone losers when I told him about the weather. Honestly, do you think General Kelly would have stood by and let ANYONE call fallen Marines losers?”

He specifically also stated that he believes The Atlantic’s sources “are unlikely first hand accounts.”

Amazing but The Atlantic has doubled down and published this OpEd today:

Everyone Knows It’s True
Donald Trump generates a lot of noise. He talks. He tweets. He is echoed and amplified by a vast claque, on TV and online, made up of Americans and foreigners, humans and bots.

Never has he shouted louder than in the days since my colleague Jeffrey Goldberg reported the president’s disparaging comments about those who have fallen, been maimed, or taken prisoner in war.

Spin spin spin you sad little monkeys. Hammer those typewriters and get the narrative out. They just segued from the specific: "Trump said this" and are now pushing the fallback argumentum ad hominem (more fun reading here): "Trump is a poopy-head" and "Orange Man Bad" Their central premise - that President Trump said that the graves were filled with losers and suckers - was slander from the beginning. A fabulation. A lie.

They have nothing and know it. They are lying and cheating to try to hold on to their power.

58 days until the day of reckoning. Enjoy it while it lasts.

Everyone else? Stock up - the following weeks will probably be quite rocky.

Your'e fired - Obama

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This video was made for the 2012 RNC but never aired:

Heh - not voting for Biden

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Peace in Israel [CHECK]
Peace in ...

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From Hot Air:

Trump Administration Brokers Serb-Kosovo Deal — With Normalized Israel Relations
Score another foreign-policy win for the Trump administration, and this one’s a surprising two-fer. More than twenty years after the Balkan Wars concluded, Serbia and Kosovo have settled their differences enough to establish economic ties, although full diplomatic recognition of Kosovo’s independence still appears out of reach. As part of the deal, Kosovo also became the next Muslim-majority nation to recognize Israel:

From today's press conference:

Serbia and Kosovo announced Friday that they have normalized economic ties as part of U.S.-brokered discussions that also include Belgrade moving its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem and Pristina recognizing Israel.

After two days of meetings with Trump administration officials, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Kosovo’s Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti agreed to cooperate on a range of economic fronts to attract investment and create jobs. The White House announcement provided President Donald Trump with a diplomatic win ahead of the November presidential election and furthers his administration’s push to improve Israel’s international standing.

“Truly, it is historic,” Trump said, standing alongside the two leaders in the Oval Office. “I look forward to going to both countries in the not too distant future.”

Serbia’s decision to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is a nod to both Israel and the United States. The Trump administration recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital in late 2017 and moved the U.S. embassy there in May 2018.

Of course, the mainstream media is not covering this. Doesn't fit the narrative. Must follow the narrative.

Perfect - get them by the Benjamins

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Liberals are going to scream. I love it. From the New York Post:

Trump orders review to defund NYC, other ‘anarchist’ cities
President Trump is ordering the federal government to begin the process of defunding New York City and three other cities where officials allowed “lawless” protests and cut police budgets amid rising violent crime, The Post can exclusively reveal.

Trump on Wednesday signed a five-page memo ordering all federal agencies to send reports to the White House Office of Management and Budget that detail funds that can be redirected.

New York City, Washington, DC, Seattle and Portland are initial targets as Trump makes “law and order” a centerpiece of his reelection campaign after months of unrest and violence following the May killing of George Floyd by Minnesota police.

“My Administration will not allow Federal tax dollars to fund cities that allow themselves to deteriorate into lawless zones,” Trump says in the memo, which twice mentions New York Mayor Bill de Blasio by name.

Well Done Mr. President. More:

“To ensure that Federal funds are neither unduly wasted nor spent in a manner that directly violates our Government’s promise to protect life, liberty, and property, it is imperative that the Federal Government review the use of Federal funds by jurisdictions that permit anarchy, violence, and destruction in America’s cities.”

Federal agencies must detail “all Federal funds provided to Seattle, Portland, New York City, Washington, D.C.” Also, within 14 days Attorney General Bill Barr must develop a list of “anarchist jurisdictions” that “permitted violence and the destruction of property to persist and have refused to undertake reasonable measures” to restore order.

More:

The amounts of money impacted by Trump’s order could be massive. New York City, for example, gets about $7 billion a year in federal aid.

New York is named because of a crime wave as officials cut police funds. The city had a 177 percent spike in shootings in July compared to last year. The City Council approved a budget in July that cuts $1 billion from the NYPD’s $6 billion annual budget and eliminates $537 million in capital spending.

More at the site. What you are seeing is leadership. Plain and simple. Leadership.

Waking up - Dr. Fauci

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Good - from The Hill:

Trump knocks Fauci: 'I inherited him'
President Trump on Monday questioned the value of Anthony Fauci to the White House coronavirus task force, saying in an interview with Fox News that he "inherited" the government's top infectious disease expert.

"I disagree with a lot of what he said," Trump told Laura Ingraham when asked if he would put Fauci "front and center" in the pandemic response if he could do it again.

"I get along with him, but every once in a while, he'll come up with one that I say, 'Where did that come from?'" Trump continued. "I inherited him. He was here. He was part of this huge piece of machine."

More at the site - they list a few of the things that Fauci suggested that proved to be wrong. There is so much dead wood in the government - it is amazing that it is able to function at all.

A new strategy - Biden

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A bit of proposed legislation. From Big League Politics:

Republican Congressman Introduces Legislation to Strip Convicted Rioters of Federal Welfare Benefits
Republican Congressman Jim Banks of Indiana introduced legislation to strip coronavirus unemployment benefits and other federal welfare payments to individuals convicted of felony riot offenses. The Support Peaceful Protest Act was introduced in the House of Representatives on Friday.

The legislation would remove eligibility for buffed coronavirus unemployment benefits for anyone convicted of criminal conduct at and during the course of a protest. The federal government has been paying for buffed welfare payments in the duration of the coronavirus pandemic, and Banks raised concern that left-wing rioters are taking advantage of the welfare to embrace a lifestyle of full-time riot agitation and political crime.

The Support Peaceful Protest Act holds rioters accountable for their criminal activity.

Great idea and it will be a fantastic bellwether to see who votes for or against this. Is your Congressman a true conservative or are they a RINO.

The Democratic National Convention

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From America's Newspaper of Record, the Babylon Bee:

Biden: 'If You Thought The Republican Convention Was Good, Just Wait 'Til We Have Our Convention!'
Joe Biden conceded today that the Republican Convention was "alright," "pretty inspiring, to be honest," and "a real gas."

But Biden says the Democratic Convention is going to be "even better."

"Just you wait -- our convention is going to blow this one out of the water," he said to a department store mannequin. "Man alive, I tell you what: we're gonna have fireworks and flags and all kinds of stuff. That nice, clean, articulate woman of color is gonna be there: what's her name again? It's like the same name as some wrassler: Hulk? Hogan! That's it, Hogan. She's a real swell broad."

It was unclear how Biden got into the department store, as it's been out of business since 2013. Aides located him after putting out an Amber Alert and coaxed him into a windowless van by writing "FREE HAIR" on the side. They were then able to transport him safely back to the basement for storage until the election.

His campaign basically boils down to Elder Abuse by the people running it. He does not know where he is.

Here is how you do it - riots

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When he was the Governor of California, Ronald Reagan had to deal with riots. Her's how he dealt with it. From the Reagan Battalion:

Now that is leadership on full display. Sorely lacking these days.

Good news - some leadership

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Looks like the Wisconsin governor sees BLM and Antifa for what they are. From President Trump's twitter feed:

Got to watch out for those Foxes

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Great infographic from Terrierman's Daily Dose:

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Heh...

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