California gains just 800 jobs in June... https://t.co/j4fGX42253— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) July 20, 2018
Saturday, July 21, 2018
Every now and then the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals — arguably the nation’s most progressive federal circuit — can offer up a legal surprise. Yesterday, it gave us a legal shock, when a divided panel of its judges affirmed last year’s federal district-court injunction temporarily blocking enforcement of California’s confiscatory ban on so-called large-capacity magazines.
Under California law, any person who possesses a legally purchased magazine capable of holding more than ten rounds of ammunition must either remove the magazine from the state, sell it to a licensed firearm dealer, or hand it over to law enforcement. Those citizens who retained their magazines after the law went into effect risked a fine or up to one year’s imprisonment in county jail.
The district court’s 66-page opinion was a legal tour-de-force that not only dismantled California’s justifications for the ban, but also reiterated and reinforced the constitutional and historical basis for the right to keep and bear arms....
Justice Department, gun rights groups clash after assault weapons deadline passes https://t.co/5P0eX2yhnP— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) July 21, 2018
Former Bush and Obama Weigh in on Subpoenaing the Helsinki Interpreter https://t.co/n6Vf5hwoJn— RedState (@RedState) July 21, 2018
Friday, July 20, 2018
If you look at Trump's actions in that context, what he says and what he does aren't so strange. His strategy should be clear by now to all those except those (unfortunately many) who deliberately don't want to understand it.
What? Did you just read that headline correctly?
Yes, you did....
Barack Obama -- although the New York Times would burn down its own building rather than admit it -- did an abysmal job with Putin and was indeed the one who was truly "owned" by the Russian. And it wasn't just the silly reset button and the embarrassing video of Barack whispering into Medvedev's ear to tell Vlad he -- Barack -- would be more flexible on missiles after the election. (What a toady!) Even worse, in his Chamberlainesque ardor to make a deal with Iran's mullahs, Obama let Putin play him in Syria, agreeing not to honor his redline against Assad's use of chemical weapons in order not to endanger the deal. Trump never did anything nearly that pathetic. Actually, he stands up strong.
But the David Gergens of the world yammer on that Trump is doing everything wrong. He's certainly doing some things wrong -- we all do -- but being gracious to Putin personally while actively opposing what the Russian does in his actions, may be exactly the way to get results. But Trump's opponents don't care about results. Overwhelmed with hate, they would prefer to see the president wounded and impeached than succeed with Putin and bring about a world safer from nuclear armageddon. If Trump achieves this, however, it will be his finest hour. It would be for any president.
Wow - Politico describes our Yes on Prop 6 - Gas Tax Repeal Campaign as "unexpectedly robust" - damn right!
California Governor Jerry Brown, heading into his last months in office, is staring down a capstone political challenge — an unexpectedly robust GOP effort to dismantle one of his legacy achievements.
The gas tax, designed to pay for the state’s infrastructure repairs for the next decade, is under threat of repeal from a November ballot measure that has energized the state’s moribund Republican Party. Already, the fight has all the ingredients of a monumental political clash: implications for the control of Congress, a test of Democrats’ ability to defend the fruits of their political dominance and the four-term governor’s lasting imprint on California are all at stake....
The gas tax is a product of Democrats’ total control in Sacramento, where legislative leaders used hard-won legislative supermajorities — which allowed them to pass tax increases without Republican support...
The optics of Mueller offering immunity to the brother of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager (and a major Democrat lobbyist) so he can testify against Trump's former campaign chairman are beyond awful.
The optics of Mueller offering immunity to the brother of Hillary Clinton's campaign manager (and a major Democrat lobbyist) so he can testify against Trump's former campaign chairman are beyond awful. This is an awful look for Mueller. https://t.co/LXj6KDjKye— James Hasson (@JamesHasson20) July 20, 2018
Thursday, July 19, 2018
As more people leave the Bay Area, local moving companies are struggling to keep up. https://t.co/vylEZpkYvp— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) July 19, 2018
...From Santa Rosa to San Jose, more and more residents are making the bittersweet decision to leave the Bay Area, abandoning its near-perfect weather, booming economy and thriving arts, culture and food scenes in favor of less-glamorous destinations like Austin, Boise and Knoxville.
Some are fleeing the Bay Area's sky-high housing and rent prices, both among the most expensive in the nation. Others are cashing out, selling their homes to get more for their money in a less expensive city. Nearly all of them are fed up with miserable, hours-long commutes on snarled freeways.
More people are leaving the Bay Area than are moving in...
What happens in voters’ backyards can affect their choices as powerfully as what is happening in D.C.
Ocasio-Cortez Should Be Lesson for the Democratic Establishment https://t.co/tteoHhu0Sl— The Weekly Standard (@weeklystandard) July 18, 2018
“Because the policies Ms. Ocasio-Cortez advocates are so far from the mainstream, her election in November would make it harder for Congress to stop fighting and start fixing problems,” Liberman wrote. “Nancy Pelosi has tried to put distance between Ms. Ocasio-Cortez and House Democrats… She knows that if Democrats are to regain a majority, it will be by winning swing districts with sensible, mainstream candidates. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez is making that task harder across America.”
'WOMP WOMP'! Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes ANOTHER painful punch from liberal media outlet https://t.co/GsihY3So5E— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 20, 2018
Tip O’Neill famously said that all politics is local. It’s no longer true. Local politics aren’t even local in the age of Trump
Must everything be about Washington and the presidency? https://t.co/6iwJsXyZJa— The Weekly Standard (@weeklystandard) July 19, 2018
...Partly this is the result of the federal government’s arrogation of state power; there just aren’t as many local issues to argue about anymore. But even more it’s the decline in the power of incumbency and the rise of the primary wars. Republican Eric Cantor, the powerful House majority leader, wasn’t upset by a Democratic opponent in 2014; he lost the GOP primary to an unknown Virginian economist, David Brat. The latter’s support came initially from national media with knives sharpened for Cantor as a GOP establishment favorite. Incumbents are under assault from both left and right and so the question of whether they “stand with the president” or are willing to “stand up to the president” is the only one.
Rather than talking to the voters themselves and figuring out the three or four things that concern them most immediately, candidates listen mainly to their consultants and decide whether their campaigns will venerate the president or denounce him. For the press, arguing about the presidency and the future of the country is more interesting than arguing about the continued funding of a military base or the local effects of a federal environmental regulation. And so every election becomes a referendum on the the man in the White House and his policies—which today means that everything becomes more about Trump than it already was.
One’s attitude toward the president is important, but it’s hardly the only relevant thing to know about a candidate for high office. There’s no reason a principled congressional candidate can’t say Trump’s right sometimes and wrong sometimes—say, disagree with him on trade policy but praise him for withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal—and, with that out of the way, move on to discussions of greater local and regional concern. Yet we’re hard-pressed to think of any candidate doing so in 2018.
The 2018 midterms are about Trump and only Trump....
GP I'm about five pages into the complaint, and I am beyond amused that these high tax jurisdictions are arguing taxation is a harmful penalty and taxing authority ought thus be curtailed. https://t.co/KCDYNDA1tv— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) July 18, 2018
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Putin hacking the Republican Campaign doesn't fit the narrative. So Mueller and Rosenstein censored that evidence in their latest Russian indictment, and in the recent Nunes report on Russian interference in the election— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
BREAKING: In June 2016, US intelligence--including NSA, FBI & CIA--knew that the computer networks of BOTH presidential candidates--Hillary Clinton AND Donald Trump (as well as GOP PACs)-were targeted by Russian spies. Yet now that information is being COVERED UP by DOJ & Mueller— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
BREAKING: The CrowdStrike analyst who ran the forensics on DNC servers worked for Mueller at FBI and in fact was personally promoted by Mueller— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
First the FBI & DOJ relied on a Clinton contractor (CrowdStrike) to provide research to blame Russia for hacking Clinton, then they relied on another Clinton contractor (Fusion GPS) to obtain a warrant to spy on Trump campaign to frame it for colluding w Russia. Notice a pattern?— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
The FBI & DOJ agreed to not issue warrants to the DNC or Clinton campaign to search computer devices in the Russia hacking probe, just like they agreed to not issue warrants to Clinton and her aides to search their devices in the email espionage probe.— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Notice a pattern?
BREAKING NEWS: Mueller, Rosenstein censored evidence of Russia hacking the RNC and Trump campaign from indictment, Nunes reporthttps://t.co/WElV39RUb7— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
BREAKING: Clinton campaign counsel Marc Elias hired CrowdStrike to write the unusual public report blaming Russia for hacking the DNC in June 2016 -- the same month Elias hired Fusion GPS & Steele to write the dossier pinning the hacking on not just Russia but also Trump campaign— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Google's Democrat boss who personally advised Hillary's campaign has pumped $100 million into CrowdStrike, which provides in-kind services for Democrats around the country— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
It's now clear from the DNC hiring a Democrat contractor with an anti-Russia agenda to do the forensics, while stiff-arming objective FBI computer analysts, that political factors crowded out a scientific examination of the evidence. Ergo, Mueller's evidence is not court worthy— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
BREAKING: The FBI (and Mueller's team) obtained only the "forensic" images of the allegedly hacked DNC systems from CrowdStrike, which is not the same as workable mirror images of the hard drives. (And again, no actual machines were examined at the FBI forensics lab at Quantico.)— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
DOJ, which is working with Mueller probe, compelled congressional committees investigating Russian election interference to redact info about Russian intrusions @ RNC & other GOP targets from their reports, claiming it is classified at the highest levels. https://t.co/WElV39RUb7— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Q: When did the DNC provide access for the FBI for your technical folks to review what happened?— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
COMEY: Well we never got direct access to the machines themselves. The DNC hired a firm [CrowdStrike] that ultimately shared with us their forensics from their review of the system.
Q: You have still never been given access to any of the machines hacked by the Russians?— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
COMEY: That's correct, altho we got forensics from the pros they hired which--best practice is always to get access to the machines themselves--my folks tell me was an appropriate substitute
Dems now claiming Mueller/FBI didn't need direct access to DNC/DCCC servers & computers b/c he had "images" from CrowdStrike. Really?See IG report, which makes clear how critical it was for FBI to physically acquire devices & servers in Hillary email case.But not in Russia case?!— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Recall in Oct 2016, Comey's FBI also leaked to Apuzzo @ NYT that Manafort under "FBI investigation." Wasn't just Carter Page they were leaking on, was also Manafort. And it was NYT story on Ukraine dealings that forced Manafort's exit in Aug. One of NYT's sources? Glenn Simpson— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Mueller indictment fails to support Brennan's ICA in 2 key ways:— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
1) ICA claims both GRU & FSB behind cyberattacks, whereas Mueller only names GRU
2) ICA claims motive for Russian attack was to "help Trump win," whereas Mueller says objective was simply to interfere in election.
Without the DNC and DCCC servers -- or "the 10 DCCC computers and 33 DNC computers" the GRU allegedly gained access to--Mueller is not able to present physical evidence in court to prove a crime even occurred. Where is the underlying evidence? His indictment is a political farce— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 18, 2018
Never forget, John Brennan is the puppet master of #SpyGate. Christopher Steele, Stef Halper, Nellie Ohr, Peter Strzok, as well as Mueller's Russian hacking & trolling indictments, all tie back to him. He's also the one who fed "collusion" dirt to Dem minority on intel committees— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 14, 2018
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Now that the nation is laser-focused on the integrity of elections, I'm surprised hardly any Republicans are making the argument that a universal voter-ID system would be a helpful safeguard to ensure foreign powers don't affect the results.
Now that the nation is laser-focused on the integrity of elections, I'm surprised hardly any Republicans are making the argument that a universal voter-ID system would be a helpful safeguard to ensure foreign powers don't affect the results.— David Martosko (@dmartosko) July 18, 2018
Soros: Obama Was The "Greatest Disappointment" | Zero Hedge https://t.co/V3DsLMyUNJ— Charles Ortel (@CharlesOrtel) July 18, 2018
.@georgesoros calls @BarackObama his 'greatest disappointment,' says he doesn't 'particularly want to be a Democrat'— FrontPage Magazine (@fpmag) July 18, 2018
The Democratic Civil War starts in 3...2...1...https://t.co/EI001uPxTt pic.twitter.com/twlXRjYpdZ
Translation: "The Democrats and I caught on that my name is electoral poison - so we're going to publicly distance ourselves while I continue to fund every NGO set on destroying America while lining Democrat pockets."— Auklet (@aukletqd) July 18, 2018
BREAKING: The California Supreme Court just blocked Proposition 9, the initiative to divide California into three states, from the November 2018 ballot.
BREAKING: The California Supreme Court just blocked Proposition 9, the initiative to divide California into three states, from the November 2018 ballot.— Stephanie K. Baer (@skbaer) July 18, 2018
Here's my latest story on the proposal:https://t.co/qDS9YxsoD7
Belgium 🇧🇪, UK 🇬🇧, Finland 🇫🇮— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) July 17, 2018
Thank you for your warm hospitality! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/WRe94ZMXDW
Melania's Classy Video Message Thanking Europe For Its Hospitality Perfectly Sums Up Who She Is https://t.co/Fl8wMsqh4p— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 18, 2018
Desperate for a Midterm Election Strategy, House Democrats Adopt Slogan That’s Anything But New https://t.co/Q1sMnouLL5— RedState (@RedState) July 18, 2018
This is what the intellectual death rattle of an exhausted political party sounds like. https://t.co/ZAMAxjx0EH— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 18, 2018
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
My appearance on Hannity on Fox https://t.co/89jO7tqsfE— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) July 18, 2018
Democratic lackey to boss: You smell, your wife is fat and ugly, your daughter's a slut, and your idiot son ain't ever gonna get laid. That is how they negotiate?
Don Surber: How not to negotiate https://t.co/Yip0WiVDgO— Don Surber (@donsurber) July 16, 2018
Don Surber: "Anti-Trump Hysteria Isn’t Helping" https://t.co/Ql4uxaqZ1j— Don Surber (@donsurber) July 18, 2018
ANONYMOUS AD WRITER BEHIND BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN TARGETING CONSERVATIVES UNMASKED: Matt Rivitz, Founder of Sleeping Giants, Behind Anti-Breitbart, Laura Ingraham Social Media Mobs
Now we KNOW who has been attacking ads for Ingraham, Fox News, etc.— Teri Cooper Brown 🐶 (@terib3294) July 17, 2018
Matt Rivitz, Founder of Sleeping Giants, is the one behind Anti-Breitbart, Laura Ingraham Social Media Mobs https://t.co/IcuF8UEpnq via @BreitbartNews
Sleeping Giants Founder Whines After Being Named by Daily Caller https://t.co/x60KfaZ4Ht— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) July 18, 2018
AD WRITER BEHIND BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN TARGETING CONSERVATIVES EXPOSED... https://t.co/uPFhel9yIM— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) July 17, 2018
Unmasked: Matt Rivitz, Founder of Sleeping Giants, Behind Anti-Breitbart, Laura Ingraham Social Media Mobshttps://t.co/hhZCkoIHjX— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) July 17, 2018
Actual convo:— The🐰Foo (@PolitiBunny) July 18, 2018
Leftie: OMG THEY DOXXED SLEEPING GIANTS! Report them! Doxxing is wrong!
Me: So you reported Sleeping Giants when they doxxed conservative voices, right?
Leftie: THEY HAD IT COMING.
Me: But doxxing is wrong, yes?
Leftie: THEY HAD IT COMING! ARGLE BLA-GARBLE!
FLASHBACK: When Hardball's Chris Matthews Mocked Romney’s ‘Outdated’ Russia View https://t.co/ENAJuuPVSy— John Fund (@johnfund) July 18, 2018
It’s just a fact. https://t.co/UxMC9wgXcU— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) July 18, 2018
The bottom line: Americans want peace, not conflict. “Nothing would be easier politically than to refuse to meet, to refuse to engage, but that would not accomplish anything,” President Trump said.
The bottom line: Americans want peace, not conflict. “Nothing would be easier politically than to refuse to meet, to refuse to engage, but that would not accomplish anything,” President Trump said. https://t.co/c0yc7egjc3— The White House (@WhiteHouse) July 17, 2018
Trump returns from HEL summit... https://t.co/DDjka2GNfX— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) July 17, 2018
Trump Derangement Syndrome: Democrats are accusing Trump of "sabotage" for following a court ruling to temporarily halt what the judges called an "arbitrary and capricious" #ObamaCare program
Trump Derangement Syndrome: Democrats are accusing Trump of "sabotage" for following a court ruling to temporarily halt what the judges called an "arbitrary and capricious" #ObamaCare program. https://t.co/pQISVOevy1— IBDeditorials (@IBDeditorials) July 17, 2018
Chicago is poised to become the largest city in the United States to roll-out a controversial pilot program that seeks to give its poorest citizens a “universal basic income,” handing out free cash
How dumb are the Republicans who are once again stampeded by the media into an anti-Trump chorus? Don’t these fools realize... they’re next!
How dumb are the Republicans who are once again stampeded by the media into an anti-Trump chorus? Don’t these fools realize... they’re next!— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 17, 2018
If the media truly reported the important changes in the world, they could have run the headline NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN EXTREME POVERTY FELL BY 137,000 SINCE YESTERDAY every single day for the last 25 years.
If the media truly reported the important changes in the world, they could have run the headline NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN EXTREME POVERTY FELL BY 137,000 SINCE YESTERDAY every single day for the last 25 years. https://t.co/izjadntivj pic.twitter.com/OGucg7TXMr— Cato Institute (@CatoInstitute) July 17, 2018
San Francisco voters will decide in November whether to tax large businesses to pay for homeless and housing services in a city struggling with income inequality. https://t.co/3muCjgRjVv— AP West Region (@APWestRegion) July 17, 2018
Subjecting our health care system to the same competitive forces that apply to the rest of the economy will result in lower costs and improved access for all
Subjecting our health care system to the same competitive forces that apply to the rest of the economy will result in lower costs and improved access for all. https://t.co/omQtm0iWA6 #OverchargedBook pic.twitter.com/URIM1GCC4v— Cato Institute (@CatoInstitute) July 17, 2018
How Trump Can Lower Drug Prices https://t.co/HNmMcWavGe— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 17, 2018
Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez attacks Israel, calls them the occupiers of Palestine.— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) July 16, 2018
When pressed on what she meant she struggled to give an answer and then admitted she does not know what she is talking about. pic.twitter.com/e3Uq1eupD3
She has made so many bizarre assertions about economics, politics, and international relations that her recent revisionist history has gotten lost in the mix https://t.co/IRzRiANo9a Opinion by @PhilipWegmann— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 17, 2018
She's not the great hope of socialism, she's a devastating indictment of our inadequate, overpriced education system https://t.co/nwXqlD0qyt— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 19, 2018
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: "Call Me a Socialist; I Don’t Give a Damn" pic.twitter.com/ZGmhYIULqr— Ryan Saavedra 🇺🇸 (@RealSaavedra) July 17, 2018
Aaaand the crazy sauce continues "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Explains Unemployment, 'Unemployment is low because everyone has two jobs.'" https://t.co/mt0zmRx3ez— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) July 18, 2018
Lol what a disaster she is https://t.co/uNht4IoKY3— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) July 17, 2018
Ben Shapiro - What Is Democratic Socialism? https://t.co/ezSNsEwjLW— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 18, 2018
TOO LATE!— Thomas Wictor (@ThomasWictor) July 18, 2018
She's ALREADY the big star.
Next comes supernova, and finally she becomes a black hole that sucks in the entire Democratic party. https://t.co/7wsyHT3fdq
Monday, July 16, 2018
Return of Astroturf: At least 21 U.S. newspapers ran identical letters to the editor opposing Trump's SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh
At least 21 U.S. newspapers ran identical letters to the editor opposing Trump's SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh. Each letter was published w/the name of a different 'signer,' claiming Kavanaugh threatens 'everything that we hold dear as a nation.’ #AstroTurfhttps://t.co/5ydEoYAqGr— Nick Short 🇺🇸 (@PoliticalShort) July 16, 2018
Hola there is your unroll: Thread by @ThomasWictor: "(1) Let's examine what @realDonaldTrump and Putin ACTUALLY said. https://t.co/2LoLm9sloc… (2) Putin: "Where di […]" https://t.co/1OU4GQir5B— Thread Reader App (@threadreaderapp) July 16, 2018
Have a good day. 🤖
All You Need to Know About The MSM / Establishment Freak out over the Trump Putin Presser https://t.co/UCbP98IRt6— Peter Ingemi (@DaTechGuyblog) July 17, 2018
The national news media widely condemned Trump following his joint press conference with Putin https://t.co/OY29eJZKl2— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 17, 2018
Obama on Putin meddling in our election: "He denies it. So the idea that somehow public shaming is gonna be effective, I think doesn't read the thought process in Russia very well.” https://t.co/9gexI6YLVW— Mollie (@MZHemingway) July 16, 2018
Laura Ingraham explains why Trump turned on the 'charm' with Putin https://t.co/cOX52O0FUv— TheBlaze (@theblaze) July 17, 2018
Rand finds lots to like in Trump's presser with Putin https://t.co/YFJNiXYPUi— POLITICO (@politico) July 17, 2018
Thank you Helsinki, Finland! pic.twitter.com/rh4NUjPSwU— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 16, 2018
F— Michael J. Morrison (@OfficeOfMike) July 17, 2018
THATS HOW MUCH MONEY RUSSIA GAVE HILLARY IN 2016, WHERE'S THE OUTRAGE?
POTUS Meets with Putin: Would Rather Take Political Risk for Peace... The liberal outrage campaign over the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination is temporarily suspended for the current outrage campaign directed at the #RussiaSummit. Of course, this is pending the initiation of a new outrage campaign tomorrow for a yet to be named outrage.
Both Sides https://t.co/mHl7hVhlAU— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) July 17, 2018
I missed the #TrumpPutin presser but everyone seems cranky about it. Did he tell Putin he'd "be more flexible after the elections"?— Kira (@RealKiraDavis) July 16, 2018
For the entire eight years Obama was in the White House, the sycophant media heralded his imaginary diplomatic prowess. Now that a real president is engaging in true diplomacy with a nuclear superpower, they all condemn the effort. Unsurprising hypocrisy. https://t.co/BTXkUgYyDo— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 16, 2018
President Donald Trump: Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling into U.S. elections has hurt relations between the U.S. and Russia and has been a “disaster for our country.” pic.twitter.com/KHNSkQ5aTq— Roll Call (@rollcall) July 17, 2018
#BREAKING: The liberal outrage campaign over the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination is temporarily suspended for the current outrage campaign directed at the #RussiaSummit. Of course, this is pending the initiation of a new outrage campaign tomorrow for a yet to be named outrage.— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) July 16, 2018
MSNBC Calls for Mass Resignations in Light of Trump’s News Briefing https://t.co/5n0yDxoham— RedState (@RedState) July 17, 2018
Trump caves to Putin // our editorial >> https://t.co/07GpB13bGb— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) July 17, 2018
WHAT. https://t.co/1wgOoRQASn— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 17, 2018
Even Fox News berated Trump for his news conference with Putin. https://t.co/TZxTpORY6Y— POLITICO (@politico) July 17, 2018
McCain called the summit a "tragic mistake" that showed off Trump's "naivete" and "egotism" https://t.co/lQde4tYgRV— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) July 17, 2018
Tammy Bruce was spot on. She pegged the outrage for what it is.— Ava Armstrong (@MsAvaArmstrong) July 17, 2018
The Left has every chip, they've put everything on Russia-Trump to impeach him.
But, it's not working! @realDonaldTrump dared to speak about the DNC server and question the corrupt intelligence community.
Long time appeasers of the Soviet empire in the Democratic Party want to re-start the Cold War with a Russia greatly diminished in power and influence rather than see if we can make deals with this thug regime to reduce the dangers of nuclear war, & rein in Iran's terror regime. https://t.co/aXYjFIwxnJ— David Horowitz (@horowitz39) July 17, 2018
Trump is truly blessed by the utter idiocy and incompetence of his enemies. https://t.co/7qu3LwSrNu— Pradheep J. Shanker, M.D., M.S. (@Neoavatara) July 17, 2018
Sunday, July 15, 2018
10 things we learned from Peter Strzok's congressional testimony https://t.co/1iu19WOj81— Sharyl Attkisson (@SharylAttkisson) July 15, 2018
The Strzok hearing was some of the most interesting political theater in a long time. https://t.co/kdpitNz5Nf— American Spectator (@amspectator) July 14, 2018