PROMISES MADE, PROMISES KEPT! https://t.co/2lk8Fjspe4— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 12, 2018
Saturday, October 13, 2018
VOTE REPUBLICAN ON NOVEMBER 6th!
CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY ENDORSEMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS
Plus CFRW Analysis & Recommendations
CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY ENDORSEMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS With Bonus CFRW Analysis and Recommendations.
Governor: John H. Cox
Secretary of State: Mark P. Meuser
Election Law Attorney
State Controller: Konstantinos Roditis
State Treasurer: Greg Conlon
State Attorney General: Steven C. Bailey
Retired California Judge
State Board of Equalization - District 2: Mark Burns
US Senate: No Endorsement
US House - District 3: Charlie Schaupp
Retired Marine Officer
State Superintendent of Public Instruction: No Endorsement
Proposition 1: NO
Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018
Proposition 2: YES
Amends Mental Health Services Act
Proposition 3: Neutral
Proposition 4: NO
Proposition 5: YES
Property Tax Requirement Changes
Proposition 6: YES
Gas Tax Repeal
Proposition 7: YES
Changes Daylight Saving Time
Proposition 8: NO
Authorizes State Regulation of Kidney Dialysis Clinics
Proposition 10: NO
Expands Local Government Over Rent Control
Proposition 11: YES
Changes Employment Conditions for Ambulance Employees
Proposition 12: NO
New Standards for Confinement of Certain Farm Animals
CFRW Analysis and Recommendations:
Prop 1: Housing and Veteran's Housing Bond
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Authorizes $4 billion of state general obligation bonds to fund existing housing programs. Includes $1.5 billion for Multifamily Housing Program for low-income residents, $1 billion for loans to help veterans purchase farms and homes, $450 million for infill and transit- oriented housing projects, $300 million for farmworker housing program, and $300 million for manufactured and mobile homes. Provides housing assistance for buyers, infrastructure financing, and matching grants to expand affordable housing stock. Increased state costs to repay bonds averaging about $170 million annually over the next 35 years
Our Rationale: This will be billed as a Vet Housing bond... it is only in part. 1/4 of the bond funds are dedicated to veterans' housing. The rest is doled out to programs that won't do much, if anything, to address our housing crisis. The legislature could have truly made this a bond for veterans' housing... but they didn't. Instead the taxpayer will be on the hook for $7 billion dollars.
Prop 2: Millionaire's Tax Reallocation to Homeless Housing
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Ratifies existing law establishing the No Place Like Home Program, which finances permanent housing for individuals with mental illness who are homeless or at risk for chronic homelessness, as being consistent with the Mental Health Services Act approved by the electorate. Ratifies issuance of up to $2 billion in previously authorized bonds to finance the No Place Like Home Program. Amends the Mental Health Services Act to authorize transfers of up to $140 million annually from the existing Mental Health Services Fund to the No Place Like Home Program, with no increase in taxes.
Our Rationale: It is easy to see both sides of this reallocation of Prop 63 (2004) monies. Right now, the 1% tax on millionaire income is just sitting in a "mental health fund" and has contributed nothing in a decade to improving lives. The legislature virtually unanimously approved the No Place Like Home Act which would use the $2 billion sitting in the mental health fund to build temporary housing for the homeless who suffer from mental illness or those who are at risk of being homeless because of mental health issues. It's a tough call and truly an ideological one, but ultimately the CFRW Voting Body decided to oppose the measure, citing that the fund should be used for mental health programs, not homeless housing.
Prop 3: $8.9 Water Bond
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Authorizes $8.877 billion in state general obligation bonds for various infrastructure projects: $3.03 billion for safe drinking water and water quality, $2.895 billion for watershed and fisheries improvements, $940 million for habitat protection, $855 million for improved water conveyance, $685 million for groundwater sustainability/ storage, and $472 million for surface water storage/dam repairs. Requires certain projects to provide matching funds from non-state sources; gives priority to disadvantaged communities. State costs of $17.3 billion to pay off principal ($8.9 billion) and interest ($8.4 billion) on bonds over a 40-year period. Annual payments would average $433 million.
Our Rationale: Again, another tough call. It is hard to justify another water bond, especially one with this price tag (total cost to taxpayers will be $17 billion). There is some to like in this bond- Oroville Dam repairs, groundwater infrastructure repairs and canal repairs for our Central Valley farmers... but there is more to dislike. The lion’s share of the bond monies would be for conservancy grants, regional and state parks, and what the state calls “disadvantaged
communities”. Very little is allocated to water storage or infrastructure. The California Republican Party took a Neutral position. The CFRW Voting Body decided enough was enough, with $83 billion in outstanding bond debt and not a whole lot to show for it.
Prop 4: Children's Hospital Bond
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Authorizes $1.5 billion in bonds, to be repaid from state’s General Fund, to fund grants for construction, expansion, renovation, and equipping of qualifying children’s hospitals. Designates 72 percent of funds to qualifying private nonprofit hospitals providing comprehensive services to high volumes of children eligible for governmental programs and children with special health needs eligible for the California Children’s Services program, 18 percent of funds to University of California general acute care children’s hospitals, and 10 percent of funds to public and private nonprofit hospitals providing services to children eligible for the California Children’s Services program. State costs of $2.9 billion to pay off principal ($1.5 billion) and interest ($1.4 billion) on bonds over a 35-year period. Annual payments would average $84 million.
Our Rationale: Children's hospitals have no problems fundraising privately. I suspect this is a money grab for several UC hospitals disguised as a Children's hospitals bond.
Prop 5: Senior Property Tax Transfer
CFRW Position: YES
Official Summary: Removes the following current requirements for homeowners who are over 55 years old or severely disabled to transfer their property tax base to a replacement residence: that replacement property be of equal or lesser value, replacement residence be in specific county, and the transfer occur only once. Removes similar replacement-value and location requirements on transfers for contaminated or disaster-destroyed property. Requires adjustments to the replacement property’s tax base, based on the new property’s value.
Our Rationale: This will strengthen Prop 13 protections for those over 55 buying homes. Their property tax value on their previous home will be transferred to their new home purchase, regardless of how many homes they own or how many times they've moved. In an era where Democrats are trying to chip away at Prop 13, this is one good way to protect it and encourage seniors to move so that their homes can be made available for young families.
Prop 6: Gas Tax Repeal
CFRW Position: YES
Official Summary: Repeals a 2017 transportation law’s tax and fee provisions that pay for repairs and improvements to local roads, state highways, and public transportation. Requires the Legislature to submit any measure enacting specified taxes or fees on gas or diesel fuel, or on the privilege to operate a vehicle on public highways, to the electorate for approval.
Our Rationale: The importance of this prop cannot be overstated. This single proposition could help us win other races across the state, even secure the House for Republicans. It is crucial we get the word out and support Prop 6! The fact of the matter is, the state has enough money in the General Fund to repair our roads and ease traffic through infrastructure, but the Democrats have siphoned off money for roads for three decades. SB 1 should have never been passed without voter approval first!
Prop 7: Permanent Daylight Savings
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Establishes the time zone designated by federal law as “Pacific standard time” as the standard time within California. Provides that California daylight saving time begins at 2 a.m. on the second Sunday of March and ends at 2 a.m. on the first Sunday of November, consistent with current federal law. Permits the Legislature by two-thirds vote to make future changes to California’s daylight saving time period, including for its year-round application, if changes are consistent with federal law.
Our Rationale: There are many more important measures on the ballot. We have a system that works and much more pressing matters affecting our state. This is not the proposition you want to spend any time educating on. Even if it’s passed, the legislature and the Federal Government would have to approve it. It's not worth our time (pun intended!).
Prop 8: Dialysis Clinic Revenue
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Limits the charges to 115 percent of the costs for direct patient care and quality improvement costs, including training, patient education, and technology support. Requires rebates and penalties if charges exceed the limit. Requires annual reporting to the state regarding clinic costs, patient charges, and revenue. Prohibits clinics from refusing to treat patients based on the source of payment for care
Our Rationale: This proposition is one of the most important ones but may get lost in the shuffle if we aren't careful. This is a thinly veiled power grab by the SEUI and UHW to unionize dialysis clinics. Voters won't understand the importance of this ballot box power play... so we must educate them. Prop 8 would mandate that if dialysis clinics make more than 115% of their costs, they must "payback" their patients’ payers. Consumers won't see any of the revenue, and this may make it more difficult for patients to receive care if clinics are forced to shut down. It is despicable. The ballot box is not the place to unionize.
(Prop 9 was taken off the ballot by the CA Supreme Court, so we skip to 10)
Prop 10: Local Rent Control
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Repeals state law that currently restricts the scope of rent-control policies that cities and other local jurisdictions may impose. Allows policies that would limit the rental rates that residential-property owners may charge for new tenants, new construction, and single- family homes. In accordance with California law, provides that rent-control policies may not violate landlords’ right to a fair financial return on their rental property.
Our Rationale: Local, unelected "rent control boards" would wreak havoc on our local economies and would do nothing but make our housing crisis worse. This would shrink supply and repealing Costa-Hawkins would create a superficial bubble. It also does not allow landlords to bring a rental back to market value if it is vacated. The CRP said no to Prop 10 as well.
Prop 11: Ambulance Employee Paid Breaks
CFRW Position: YES
Official Summary: Makes labor law entitling hourly employees to take work breaks for meals and rest, without being on-call, inapplicable to private-sector emergency ambulance employees. Regulates timing of meal breaks for these employees. Eliminates employers’ liability—in actions pending on or after October 25, 2017—for violations of existing law regarding work breaks. Requires employers to provide training regarding certain emergency incidents, violence prevention, and mental health and wellness. Requires employers to provide employees certain mental-health services.
Our Rationale: This is good for the consumer and good for taxpayers by circumventing frivolous lawsuits. Prop 11 allows ambulatory companies to pay their employees for "on-call" breaks, instead of the mandated, unpaid hour-long breaks before and after their shifts that the unions love.
Prop 12: Space Requirements for Consumable Farm Animals
CFRW Position: NO
Official Summary: Establishes new minimum space requirements for confining veal calves, breeding pigs, and egg-laying hens. Requires egg-laying hens be raised in cage-free environment after December 31, 2021. Prohibits certain commercial sales of specified meat and egg products derived from animals confined in noncomplying manner. Defines sales violations as unfair competition. Creates good faith defense for sellers relying upon written certification by suppliers that meat and egg products comply with new confinement standards. Requires State of California to issue implementing regulations
Our Rationale: You may be thinking... didn't we already vote on chicken coop space? Why yes, yes we did. Back in 2008. But the Humane Society is coming back for more, just as all the farmers and ranchers complied with the original law. If they don't comply in time with Prop 12, they are banned from selling their meat or eggs. The Human Society sees dollar signs while the burden will be passed onto consumers. This may create shortages, frivolous lawsuits, and is unnecessarily burdensome on our farmers and ranchers who have already complied with the 2008 law.
Humboldt Republican Central Committee Endorsements:
These are the mayoral and council candidates officially endorsed by the Humboldt County Republican party.
No current endorsement
City of Eureka - Mayor
City of Eureka - Councilmember, Ward 1
City of Eureka - Councilmember, Ward 3
City of Eureka - Councilmember, Ward 5
The Democrats don't know how to be civil anymore. My toon: https://t.co/k98n38pf95— Nate Beeler (@natebeeler) October 12, 2018
This is your Democrat party. https://t.co/nRSXiQG2tM— Steve Dowden (@steve_dowden) October 12, 2018
The New Nazis pic.twitter.com/P6jSw6q8oU— Shawn Steel (@shawnsteel1) October 12, 2018
An UNHINGED mob: Dem leaders accidentally STAR in what could be the most BRUTAL RNC ad ever (watch) https://t.co/ZcuiR4SDX2— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 12, 2018
Friday, October 12, 2018
Internet Freedom Watch: Facebook Suspends 800 Political Pages and Accounts, Including Right Wing News
Conservative commentator @MichelleMalkin came to @JohnHawkinsRWN's defense, tweeting that he was one of the first in online conservative media, starting @RightWingNews in 2001.@RandyDeSotohttps://t.co/4JoBr5B6D7— InternetFreedomWatch (@NetFreedomWatch) October 12, 2018
"The briefing admits that tech platforms including @Google, @Facebook, and @Twitter underwent a 'shift towards censorship' over the past few years..."— PragerU (@prageru) October 10, 2018
Fight back. Sign our petition. 👉https://t.co/pcRy1kvFFOhttps://t.co/4mj44qjcmt
If government banned all restaurants and offered free food to all at government cafeterias, most people would see that as problematic even if there were circumstances under which it could reduce our national food budget https://t.co/04SZzLjZyM— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) October 12, 2018
The problem with his pie-in-the-sky statement, and the op-ed that follows, is that it fails to recognize the natural tradeoffs between access and cost in healthcare policy. In doing so, he also ignores the value of individual choice and the distinction between public and private that is central to the American character.
Lauren Brunson, Pastor Brunson’s Sister: “I really don’t believe we’d be here today without the administration that we have in place now, working so hard and so tirelessly to bring Andrew home.” pic.twitter.com/2mytGU1Bzj— Sourced Reports (@SourcedReports) October 12, 2018
Donald Trump next week will visit Florida and Georgia, two states facing massive recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael
Donald Trump next week will visit Florida and Georgia, two states facing massive recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Michaelhttps://t.co/f3dXdDKVEa— POLITICO (@politico) October 12, 2018
Thursday, October 11, 2018
“... the FBI knew all along where the information they were about to present to the FISA court came from and who paid for it. And they took deliberate steps to hide that.” https://t.co/MAfb3bWhu9— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) October 12, 2018
The walls are closing in on these guys. They’re running out of BS stories to tell. https://t.co/xR8IVn1NaV— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) October 11, 2018
To be clear: Australian media is reporting on air that “the professor”, Joseph Mifsud, the man who told me about “Clinton’s emails”, was not a Russian agent, but a British agent. If this is confirmed, this is the biggest scandal in modern political history.— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) October 12, 2018
California Republicans have it in their power to punish Feinstein for her role in the Kavanaugh nomination process by voting en masse for de Leon. Since the Democrats are heading fast to the far left, why not help them out?
Chuck Schumer would choke having Kevin de Leon in his caucus should Californians punish DiFi for her Kavanaugh stunt. But many are saying she deserves the punishment.— Katy Grimes (@KATYSaccitizen) October 11, 2018
Me... I'd rather... https://t.co/3i91PTu09L
Last night on @CNN, Kanye West was called a “token negro” and a “dumb negro”.— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) October 10, 2018
I want you guys to imagine if those words were EVER uttered on @FoxNews.
CNN has finally committed to going full blown RACIST.
They want their slaves back 😂😂@Bakari_Sellers @donlemon #TRUMP2020 https://t.co/QL2RGvHlLo
A black man, born impoverished & into a broken home, works his way into a multimillionaire global pop star, fashion guru & cultural icon.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 12, 2018
He dares think different politically. Meets the President.
- mentally ill
- token negro
- can’t read
- attack his dead mother pic.twitter.com/HjoWEipa1i
Vicious racist comments from CNN hosts about Kanye “a minstrel show” “house negro””a negro who can’t read” “he doesn’t read” Do they know his mother was an English Professor and that he’s almost a billionaire? We should all be so dumb.— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) October 12, 2018
The Trump-Kanye-West Lunch
New York Sun, by Editorial
(Video) - Call it Trump meets the Yeezy Effect — the president’s astounding rendezvous with Kanye West. The rapper sat in the Oval Office on the visitor’s side of the Resolute Desk, across from the leader of the Free World. Suddenly Mr. West went into an epic, 10-minute rant in favor of Trump style capitalism and all that it could mean for minorities in this country. Drudge was all over it. What an only-in-the-Trump-Era moment. It started with Mr. West challenging the notion that if one is black one has to be a Democrat. He then attributed that notion to the welfare system.
By the way, Kanye West just disagreed with Trump publicly, in the Oval Office, over "stop and frisk" in Chicago. He represented the black community's concerns. But most media are too busy freaking out to notice that two Americans had a polite disagreement over an important issue.— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) October 11, 2018
Kanye West to Donald Trump: ‘When We Make Everything in China … We’re Cheating on Our Country’ https://t.co/8vLseFOKY0— Michelle Moons (@MichelleDiana) October 11, 2018
Asked about gun violence and debate over the Second Amendment, Kanye West defends legal gun ownership: "The problem is illegal guns. Illegal guns is the problem, not legal guns. We have the right to bear arms." https://t.co/dGg4ltwSTe pic.twitter.com/O5GemshgEl— ABC News (@ABC) October 11, 2018
Mob Tactics of the Left have been defeated:— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) October 11, 2018
They failed with Trump
They failed with Kavanaugh
They failed with Kanye
All they do is scare away moderates and fire up the GOP Base.
After 2 straight years of calling everybody else racist, the MSM has imploded with a cacophony of racist comments against Kanye for thinking for himself. It’s all falling apart for them.— Brandon Straka (The Unsilent Minority) (@usminority) October 12, 2018
Are you all loving this?
.@MarkMeuser >>> “This situation keeps snowballing...It needs to be fixed. It’s vital that Alex Padilla is held accountable for his failed program of voter registration through the D.M.V. affecting approximately a hundred thousand Californians.”https://t.co/XifQRwakXy— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 11, 2018
5 days after the Kavanaugh confirmation process came to a close, Dems cut a deal to confirm more Trump judicial nominations https://t.co/OPFqdzJOHw— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) October 11, 2018
Mitch McConnell vows action on Trump nominees: "We are not going to leave any judges behind" https://t.co/DonhcY26Bl— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 12, 2018
McConnell's price: Three circuit judges, 12 district judges. pic.twitter.com/4p5q5sW162— Mike DeBonis (@mikedebonis) October 11, 2018
Senate Democrats agreed to confirm 15 lifetime federal judges on Thursday in exchange for Republicans agreeing to go into recess through the midterms so endangered Democrats can campaignhttps://t.co/UDWLgMRVEf— POLITICO (@politico) October 11, 2018
Senate now voting on a bunch of judicial nominations. This could mean the Senate is going to leave until after the elections pic.twitter.com/fYs4bK8abK— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) October 11, 2018
NINTH CIRCUIT UPDATE! - President Donald Trump has selected three arch conservatives for vacant CALIFORNIA seats on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, two of them replacing arch liberal judges; Also, two arch conservatives for the NY Second Circuit. #MAGAhttps://t.co/MlhNZHsBIF— Alex Behzade (@ABPatriotWriter) October 11, 2018
In a deplorable-esque, Clinton-like moment, Dem incumbent Claire McCaskill admits she doesn't care about rural voters in Missouri
Why do Democrat nominees continue to insult half of their constituents?— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 11, 2018
In a deplorable-esque, Clinton-like moment, Dem incumbent Claire McCaskill admits she doesn't care about rural voters in Missouri
Reject McCaskill's elitism & vote @HawleyMO! https://t.co/i1RuwPyNq4
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
If elected to represent California’s diverse 39th Congressional District, not only would Kim be the first Korean-American woman elected to Congress, but she’d be just the second Korean-American individual ever on Capitol Hill.
And Kim’s candidacy is turning out to possibly be a dynamite move for Republicans trying to hold onto the California district come November. Shortly after Royce announced he wouldn’t seek re-election, the Cook Political Report quickly shifted the CA-39’s midterm prospects from the “lean Republican” category to “lean Democratic.”
But following Kim’s primary win in June, Cook moved the race back in the GOP’s favor.
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
"This taxpayer rebellion is an indication that many people are struggling with the high cost of living in California. The gas and vehicle taxes are regressive, falling hardest on those least able to afford them: working families..."
"This taxpayer rebellion is an indication that many people are struggling with the high cost of living in California. The gas and vehicle taxes are regressive, falling hardest on those least able to afford them: working families..." #YesOn6 https://t.co/LdSnqnE5w9— CAGOP (@CAGOP) October 8, 2018
This is really good news. This is trending upward— 🎙Wayne Dupree (@WayneDupreeShow) October 9, 2018
People are starting to get tired of the Democratic Party lies and deceit and corruption. https://t.co/NEgVTo52U8
Google's Facebook competitor finally laid to rest after bug exposes user data https://t.co/Zn5ztMdkKQ— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 9, 2018
Monday, October 8, 2018
Kavanaugh was sworn in — again, for the cameras, this time — after President Trump slammed Kavanaugh's opponents for a "campaign of personal destruction." https://t.co/t8n8yqLK8l— The Sacramento Bee (@sacbee_news) October 9, 2018
Justice Brett Kavanaugh: "The Senate Confirmation process was contentious and emotional. That process is over. My focus now is to be the best justice I can be." https://t.co/Xbm6NsCNyh pic.twitter.com/Q7JFmviKVo— The Hill (@thehill) October 9, 2018
Congratulations to Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Despite Democrats’ despicable smear tactics, sanity and truth prevailed, and I look forward to him serving on the Supreme Court for many years to come. https://t.co/e1xH9qC62T— Rep. Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) October 8, 2018
California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein had previously moved to seal the FBI investigation into Kavanaugh...Now, however, one of Feinstein’s fellow California Democrats has basically shot her in the foot.
Democrats' Foul Tactics on Kavanaugh May Come Back to Bite Them— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) October 9, 2018
Pelosi Shoots Feinstein in Foot, Files FOIA on Report Colleague Wanted Private https://t.co/fthbzlxdTA— William Burke (@wburke20) October 9, 2018
Casualty Lists From the Kavanaugh Battle— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) October 9, 2018
New post: Independents disapprove of Democrats' handling of the Brett Kavanaugh nomination by a 28-point margin https://t.co/nDOtOLF0y8— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) October 8, 2018
Don't miss out! The latest blog from NewsBusters is live. https://t.co/S8dnqkuc1K— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) October 9, 2018
CA Dept. of Finance says its ongoing performance audit into the DMV will now include an expanded component regarding the Motor Voter program.https://t.co/2muZ1XL8dX— Bryan Anderson (@BryanRAnderson) October 9, 2018
Stopping 'Catastrophic' Global Warming Is Impossible, UN Report Shows, So What's The Point? https://t.co/9v3SBaWbp4— IBDeditorials (@IBDeditorials) October 8, 2018
How is this happening in America? pic.twitter.com/t8OnZqkvg2— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) October 8, 2018
Updates via KOIN news: The elderly man called police & filed a report after the incident. The person who made contact with the front of the car has not. And police basically said they didn’t get involved to protect first amendment rights. https://t.co/C4HoXjVK6e— Andy C. Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) October 9, 2018
"#Seattle stopped enforcing its own laws...they stopped enforcing laws on drug use. They stopped enforcing laws on drug dealing. As a result people said 'we can do whatever we want here' so they came from all over the country." @MrColionNoir talks to Seattle resident Ari Hoffman. pic.twitter.com/5SS63WuP7q— NRATV (@NRATV) October 9, 2018
President Trump will ceremonially swear in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a prime-time event in the East Room of the White House tonight
President Trump will ceremonially swear in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a prime-time event in the East Room of the White House tonight. https://t.co/GNBSsKCcaB— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 8, 2018
The FBI allowed itself to take political opposition research created by one party to defeat another in an election, treated it like actionable intelligence, presented it to the court as substantiated, and then used it to justify spying"
Did Hillary Clinton Direct Deep State's Trump Investigation? https://t.co/mf2mRErQOL— IBDeditorials (@IBDeditorials) October 9, 2018
FBI’s smoking gun: Redactions protected political embarrassment, not ‘national security’ https://t.co/1ymAqY2BUW— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) October 8, 2018
The FBI allowed itself to take political opposition research created by one party to defeat another in an election, treated it like actionable intelligence, presented it to the court as substantiated, and then used it to justify spying" #Russiagatehttps://t.co/iqhpTh3qCt— Tat Loo (@Tat_Loo) October 8, 2018
Of course they were just looking to protect themselves. They perpetuated the biggest witch hunt in US history and have been covering it up this disgrace since.— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 8, 2018
FBI’s smoking gun: Redactions protected political embarrassment, not ‘national security’ https://t.co/q8CSiguyek
From that @YouGovUS/@CBSNews poll in Texas, conducted Tuesday through Friday — Does the Kavanaugh fight make you more motivated to go out and vote this year?— Patrick Svitek (@PatrickSvitek) October 7, 2018
- Republicans: 73%
- Democrats: 60%
- Independents: 55% https://t.co/fUm8Y990E2
Sunday, October 7, 2018
WATCH the #WalkAway video that launched the campaign. Please share far and wide for all who haven’t yet seen it
I am re-releasing the #WalkAway video that launched the campaign. Please share far and wide for all who haven’t yet seen it. It’s an important message for all to hear going into midterms.— Brandon Straka (The Unsilent Minority) (@usminority) October 7, 2018
Full video: https://t.co/NpfF5rGW7j pic.twitter.com/QPMGq5sEXh
How Immaturity is Killing the Left https://t.co/Gi7qPc5eno— RedState (@RedState) October 7, 2018
So long to that big blue wave: Two polls show just how badly the Kavanaugh circus has backfired on Democrats
Democrats’ foul tactics on Kavanaugh may come back to bite them https://t.co/blDuJndqlf— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 8, 2018
DNC chair Tom Perez has unique 'moment of truth' as he mistakenly admits that "there are no moderate Democrats left in the United States"pic.twitter.com/uHYWun8U7a— Sourced Reports (@SourcedReports) October 9, 2018
If you enjoyed this episode of Confirmation Battle, wait until Coney Barrett is nominated to fill RBG’s seat
If you enjoyed this episode of Confirmation Battle, wait until Coney Barrett is nominated to fill RBG’s seat— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 5, 2018
Don Surber: How we knew they were Fake Republican women https://t.co/n3JR7iNJED— Don Surber (@donsurber) October 6, 2018
..."Right on cue, the Democrats and their accomplices in the media are trotting out their latest narrative, using women claiming to be Republicans who say that after this Kavanaugh fiasco, they will never vote Republican again!...
But we know she is a fake which makes the outrage fake.
The Democrats would have us believe that this woman was not offended by the three marriages, the Bush tape, or Stormy Daniels, but is suddenly so unbelievably upset over a vague allegation about something in high school 35 years ago that this Republican woman is throwing away everything she stood for in a blink of an eye.