Dem Rep Eric Swalwell to resistant gun owners: “it would be a short war my friend. The government has nukes.” https://t.co/wbCxnGQf0B— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) November 19, 2018
Monday, November 19, 2018
How quickly Democrats went from “we only want sensible restrictions to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the insane” to “we will nuke your ass if you don’t hand over your weapons”
U.S. adults have begun to turn on social media giants like Facebook and Twitter, and a majority believes that these social media platforms have done more to hurt democracy and free speech than help
U.S. adults have begun to turn on social media giants like Facebook and Twitter, and a majority believes that these social media platforms have done more to hurt democracy and free speech than help.https://t.co/bRlFMzlHls— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 19, 2018
Sunday, November 18, 2018
First Lady Melania Trump was ready for the cover of French Vogue from the minute she left the White House for her and President Donald Trump’s Paris, France, weekend getaway to the time she returned.
If Melania was a Democrat, every fashion magazine in the world would showcase her outfits. pic.twitter.com/waj4pH2D6J— MC1R (@JoeBoxeretta) November 17, 2018
I don’t care what your political leanings are but we can all agree that Melania Trump is high fashion af 👌 pic.twitter.com/wfQtNP0vO9— Maximilian Uriarte (@TLCplMax) November 13, 2018
#heelpower 👠 First Lady Melania Trump greeting France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron ahead of their lunch at the Elysee Presidential Palace #paris #firstlady #frenchstyle #melaniatrump #heels #style #fashion #power pic.twitter.com/G0pCPXsow8— Joan Cashman (@colourandimage) November 11, 2018
Melania Trump Is The Epitome Of Elegance in Dior Pleated Dress pic.twitter.com/GfwpiNWMCf— Fashion Channel (@fcmongolia) November 13, 2018
Michelle Obama search at LA Times leads to: "Photos - The First Lady Michelle Obama." There are 100 photos to browse through.— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) November 12, 2018
So - searched for Melania Trump - same way, on their search engine. "Memorable Melania Trump fashion moments." Here you can look through all 8 photos.
Melania Trump's Most Stylish Moments Since Taking on the FLOTUS Title https://t.co/WqBhcF87MF— Julie 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸😊😊😊 (@TeverettsJulie) November 7, 2018
🛍🛍🎀🎀Finally getting some fashion notice🎀🎀🛍🛍
👏👏👏👏Special First Lady👏👏👏👏
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Trump lands in California to assess wildfires https://t.co/czUoZN1fTg— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 17, 2018
President Donald Trump visits the town of Paradise, which was hardest hit by the California Camp Fire, the deadliest U.S. wildfire in a century. "The federal government is behind you." https://t.co/F7VcDpavKu pic.twitter.com/odK5mlJUJy— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 17, 2018
President Trump while surveying fire damage in California: “We’re all gonna work together and we’ll do a real job. This is very sad to see it.” pic.twitter.com/kRj7Y1dbIH— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) November 17, 2018
Accompanied by Jerry Brown and Gavin Newsom, President Donald Trump addressed the destruction caused by the Camp fire and vowed that the federal government would help. https://t.co/d8amZo3WIw pic.twitter.com/87u5JIX5bv— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 17, 2018
President Trump came to Paradise today to survey the devastation caused by the camp fire. He was joined by Governor Jerry Brown and Governor-elect Gavin Newsom, who all took a moment to greet BCSO and PPD personnel. #ButteSheriff #CampFire pic.twitter.com/KL5tjDlzDI— Butte County Sheriff (@ButteSheriff) November 17, 2018
Trump in fire-blasted mobile home community in Paradise CA pic.twitter.com/LERVYAuNFQ— Steve Holland (@steveholland1) November 17, 2018
Trump Met With Brown, Newsom to See First-Hand Destruction Caused By Deadly Camp Fire— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 17, 2018
People stand on side of the road in California holding American flag as President Trumps motorcade drives through Chico.— Kambree Kawahine Koa (@KamVTV) November 17, 2018
(photo AP) pic.twitter.com/EQMrtzzt3v
"The men and women that are fighting this fire are incredible." President Trump speaks to reporters in Chico, California, where the state's most destructive wildfire, the Camp Fire, has killed at least 71 people in the area. https://t.co/nerZqO3jux pic.twitter.com/HFWXpznlxD— CNN (@CNN) November 17, 2018
Pres. Trump tours Paradise, the small northern Calif. town devastated by the Camp Fire: “I think people have to see this, really, to understand it... Whatever is necessary, we’re going to do.” #OANN pic.twitter.com/3Xn6FsT0Eu— Rachel Acenas (@RachelAcenas) November 17, 2018
Trump visits CA wildfire sites: ‘We’ve never seen anything like this’ https://t.co/QNjbEwxo2N— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) November 18, 2018
President Trump: "It's a very big problem out there going on. They're fighting and they're fighting like hell. We've never seen anything like this in California. We've never seen anything like this, Jerry. It's like total devastation." https://t.co/xYAXp18r04 pic.twitter.com/h4URPiwphO— The Hill (@thehill) November 18, 2018
President Trump: "Jerry and I have been speaking and Gavin and I have now gotten to know each other and we're all going to work together and we'll do a real job. This is very sad to see. As far as the lives are concerned, nobody knows quite yet." https://t.co/xYAXp0QPBu pic.twitter.com/lohmpJdVWB— The Hill (@thehill) November 17, 2018
After touring the destruction in Paradise, President Donald Trump, Governor Jerry Brown and Governor-elect Gavin Newsom headed to the Silver Dollar Fairgrounds in Chico to meet with Cal Fire officials for a briefing. For the latest on the #CampFire, head to #mynspr pic.twitter.com/YXGCjPbu7q— NSPR (@nsprnews) November 17, 2018
Being Republican or Democrat doesn’t matter when there is a natural disaster. Today President Trump and Gov. Brown are showing what it means to lead together across the aisle for those who have been hurt due to the California fires. At the end of the day, we are all Americans.— Michael Moates (@freedom_moates) November 17, 2018
We are still here at the #WoolseyFire, every day we thank the fire crews working. We have yet to catch our breath and thank over 50 local police departments who responded to help us. Your tremendous impact with logistics, evacuations & security cannot be overstated! #ThankYou pic.twitter.com/07Lw4zlMaL— LA County Sheriff's (@LASDHQ) November 17, 2018
Democrats Attack President Trump For Saying Exactly What Democrats Did About California’s Fires https://t.co/6thhu8Rz0O— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) November 17, 2018
How Misguided Environmentalism Is To Blame For California's Wildfires https://t.co/KYf2XONsi8— Forever Trump!⭐️⭐️⭐️ (@hellofromtiff) November 17, 2018
California wildfires: What fires are burning now and where are they? https://t.co/KR5Mh4eAXg— Cassie Dickman (@the_journi) November 17, 2018
Forbes Mag: Illegal Immigrants Cost Taxpayers $18.5 Billion/Yr. In Health Care Costs… https://t.co/0IrR2Oh3oH— Jeff Dunetz (@yidwithlid) November 18, 2018
For a second time.... https://t.co/pY1VrPhvuV— GOP (@GOP) November 18, 2018
Gillum Concedes Florida Governor Race to DeSantis https://t.co/We6vrfHhyM— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) November 18, 2018
Now that @AndrewGillum has finally conceded the Govenror’s race to @RonDeSantisFL... reminder of how/why he lost. @LauraLoomer @lukerohlfing @bigleaguepol @gatewaypundit @whytekyr! We busted ass to deny him the win & faced down his violent / angry mob. https://t.co/0b8uOA0lGt— Jacob Engels (@JacobEngels) November 17, 2018
Friday, November 16, 2018
Republicans hold #GAGOV as Kemp will clear the majority threshold in the certified vote count and win election without a runoff
Why California Republicans lost it all, even in Orange County (Hint: It's not Trump) https://t.co/LSjrRAsaQ6— Shawn Steel (@shawnsteel1) November 16, 2018
California Republicans, long in the wilderness, have now reached the point of desperation.
As of this writing, California Democrats had won every statewide race, a supermajority in both houses of the state legislature, and were on track to pick up as many as seven congressional districts. When all the votes are counted, Orange County — once considered the country’s “Most Republican County” — won’t have a single Republican representative in Washington, D.C.
A convenient narrative has formed: California Republicans are a casualty of President Trump. Yet, the party’s problems have been around longer and run much deeper than any one person. From money to grassroots organization, California Republicans are completely outmatched.
President Trump has ignited the black community, and liberals are in a full-court press trying to deny it.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
The Mueller and Hillary Clinton investigations should both be closed, because the criminalization of partisan disagreement will undermine our democracy.
The Mueller and Hillary Clinton investigations should both be closed, because the criminalization of partisan disagreement will undermine our democracy.— Daily Caller Opinion (@TheDC_Opinion) November 15, 2018
Via @NorthwesternLaw's Steven Calabresihttps://t.co/3lpf02ZFfC
Yes, criminalizing political differences is a threat to democracy. But unchecked abuse power of power is a greater threat. We cannot tolerate fixing elections, by anyone. We must agree on rule of law & must have credible investigations. If not, we all lose.— Steve Hecht (@shecht6) November 15, 2018
HRC use of her private email server violated federal law, certainly not a the result of partisan disagreement.— John 3:16 (@skypilot8853) November 15, 2018
FCC tells SPACEX can deploy up to 11,943 satellites... https://t.co/Dvb8DVoSuw— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) November 15, 2018