Category Archives: Politics

Awkward: Hillary NOT thrilled with Q about another woman breaking glass ceiling that was rightfully hers to shatter

Because Hillary Clinton’s prediction track record on who can and can not be elected President of the United States is dubious at best, here’s Her Royal Bitterness weighing in on a speculative question about Ivanka Trump possibly claiming that which Hillary believes was rightfully hers:

“Apparently Ivanka Trump wants to be the first female President of the United States,” Dutch interviewer Eva Jinek said.

“That’s not going to happen,” Clinton replied.

When asked why Clinton thought it could never happen, she said that, “we don’t want any more inexperienced Trumps in the White House.”

“I think that normally I would like to believe what you’re saying,” Jinek said, “but I’ve also learned after these elections that things that we don’t except to happen sometimes do happen.”

Clinton said, “Well, that’s true, but you know, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. And I think the American people have seen for themselves what happens when a reality TV candidate wins, and I really believe there’s an enormous amount of pent-up energy to take the country back, away from the Trump administration.”

It’s not just Ivanka — Clinton would have answered the same way if the name was substituted with Nikki Haley or any other Republican, because it was HILLARY’S glass ceiling to shatter! HILLARY’S, dammit!

She seems mad about something, but I just can’t put my finger on it.

Hillary said it’ll “never happen,” which is exactly how she used to reply to questions about Donald Trump getting elected president. Maybe Hillary Clinton isn’t the best go-to expert when it comes to election chances.

“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me,” she said. And that’s coming from the woman who unsuccessfully ran for president how many times?

WHAT media bias? Dem Rep thanks NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell for advice on saving McCabe’s pension

Recently NBC News’ super-objective reporter Andrea Mitchell gave some advice to #Resistance Dems on how to help out fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe:

Wisconsin Democrat Congressman Mark Pocan made such a job offer to McCabe, and thanked Mitchell for the suggestion. Mitchell’s reluctant acceptance of Pocan’s offering of thanks shows that even Andrea knows she dove headfirst into “partisan hack” territory but it still didn’t seem to bother her too much:

Also notice that even though it was the FBI’s Office of Personal Responsibility who recommended McCabe’s firing for misconduct, Mitchell said nothing as Pocan blamed it all on Trump being heartless.

Surprised by Mitchell’s lack of objectivity? Me neither:

Hillary Clinton: Sorry that Trump voters think I was saying they’re racist and sexist when I called them racist and sexist

In India recently, Hillary Clinton once again made her disdain for people who don’t think like she does loud and clear:

She said Mr. Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign “was looking backwards,” playing on what she said were feelings in the non-urban United States of voters who “didn’t like black people getting rights,” or women getting jobs.

Clinton also said white women who didn’t vote for her most likely only did so because their husbands told them to. That’s rich coming from the woman who got as far as she did because of all the room on her husband’s coattails (next to some mistresses).

But later, Hillary felt the need to spin those comments after even some Democrats criticized her:

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is providing an explanation for controversial comments she made earlier this month about voters who supported President Trump during the 2016 election.

“I understand how some of what I said upset people and can be misinterpreted,” Clinton wrote in a lengthy Facebook post late Saturday explaining her remarks.

“I meant no disrespect to any individual or group. And I want to look to the future as much as anybody.”

Clinton was heavily criticized for the comments, in which she described the states that supported her during the election as more economically advanced than those that supported Trump.

“No, it’s not helpful at all,” Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) told “Fox News Sunday,” when asked about Clinton’s statements. “In fact, my friend Hillary Clinton is wrong.”

“You’re racist and sexist, but I mean that respectfully.” Oh, Hillary, never change! After all, it’s why you’re not the president.

OF COURSE these intel community leaders were nonpartisan and not an arm of the Dems, why do you ask?

To me it’s hilarious how some in the U.S. intelligence community laugh off allegations that some of its leaders are stooges for the Dems. Hillary Clinton’s loss has provided a whole lot of evidence to the contrary. Here we go…

Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on the recommendation of the FBI’s Office of Personal Responsibility:

The FBI’s Office of Personal Responsibility has recommended the firing of former deputy director Andrew McCabe, who is accused of serious misconduct.

The recommendation apparently resulted from a report by the Justice Department’s inspector general, which found that McCabe leaked sensitive details about the FBI’s investigation of the Clinton Foundation to a Wall Street Journal reporter and then lied about it to the IG’s office.

The problem for McCabe is the firing came just a couple days before he was to formally retire, meaning his retirement benefits are in jeopardy. If McCabe, Comey and congressional Democrats are disputing that they’ve been in cahoots the whole time, they’re doing an awful job of keeping that a secret. One House Democrat has offered McCabe a job to give him a couple more days of federal work so he can qualify for his pension:

Also, another Dem offered McCabe a job so he could get his full pension:

If it turns out McCabe is guilty of serious wrongdoing, it’s quite fitting that these Democrats offered him a job.

And then there’s James Comey, who responded to Trump criticism with a book plug implying that he’s the honorable one even though he was the freakin’ FBI director and orchestrated his own leaks:

Even though Hillary Clinton blamed Comey for her loss, Comey is in fact the reason she got off the hook and never got perp walked. Hillary Clinton is the person responsible for Hillary Clinton’s loss. Comey is the reason she didn’t go to jail. And all that was happening while Comey’s boss Loretta Lynch was meeting secretly on an airport tarmac with the spouse of the candidate the FBI was investigating. Then there were the anti-trump, pro-Hillary texts of the FBI’s Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who were working under Comey’s purview. Yep, those allegations that the intelligence community was politicized in favor of the Dems sure are ridiculous!

And then there’s former CIA Director John Brennan, whose Twitter bio brags that he’s a “nonpartisan” kinda guy. Sure sounds like it, right?

If Brennan gets any more “nonpartisan” he’s going to be burning Trump in effigy at the next Resistance march. Brennan’s trying to sound as defiant as Erwin von Witzleben standing up to Judge Roland Freisler during the Operation Valkyrie trials but in fact he’s doing nothing but proving there was a total Dem hack in charge of the CIA and that the above tweet is projection of the highest order.

For evidence that the Dems and certain members of the intelligence community were/are in cahoots, one need look no further than the party of “standing up for the little guy” that’s in a rush to reinforce a hard perimiter around the FBI, IRS and CIA.

What’s most amazing is that this is all happening because Hillary Clinton lost and sensitive information ended up on the laptop of uber-perv Anthony Weiner.

Eric Holder tries to mock Trump with reminder that the Obama admin LOVED the media (so much they snooped on them!)

Speaking to students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, former Attorney General Eric Holder tried to mock Trump’s relationship with the media:

Give it a rest, dude:

They say Holder might run for president, but he’s more qualified to go into a comedy career.

Chutzpah on steroids: Kate Steinle’s acquitted killer in the country illegally sues US government

Come to the U.S. illegally six times, literally get away with murder, then sue the government for using you as an example of part of the problem with lib sanctuary city policies? It’s come to this:

That sounds about right these days:

The illegal immigrant accused in the shooting death of Kate Steinle is charging the federal government with “vindictive prosecution” and collusion with city and state authorities, and using President Trump’s tweets and public statements by him and his attorney general to make his case.

In a filing this week in federal court in San Francisco, lawyers for Jose Garcia-Zarate demanded that that the federal government hand over its communications with local law enforcement agencies — the San Francisco police, district attorney’s office and sheriff’s office — to let him prove collusion and double jeopardy.

Attorney J. Tony Serra accused Mr. Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions of using his client as a political punching bag and said their words suggest that Mr. Garcia-Zarate is being unjustly prosecuted.

“This case was highly publicized, both locally and nationally,” he wrote in the motion filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California.

I’m a little surprised that guy’s lawyers haven’t filed a lawsuit against the NRA yet — and you know that’s something the likes of Nancy Pelosi would get behind.

Liberal star of ‘The Great Wall’ moving out of the country in part because of Trump’s planned great wall

From the “Don’t let the door hit you in the ass” department, we find this:

Matt Damon is moving his family to Australia — in part because the liberal star’s fed up with President Trump.

Damon, 47, reportedly has purchased a property in Byron Bay, New South Wales, according to Sydney’s Sunday Telegraph. The home’s next door to a place owned by Chris Hemsworth — with whom Damon recently appeared in “Thor: Ragnarok.”

A source exclusively tells Page Six: “Matt’s telling friends and colleagues in Hollywood that he’s moving the family to Australia” because the activist actor disagrees with Trump’s policies.

Ironically enough, Damon’s movie “The Great Wall” fizzled at the box office the year Trump, who wants a great wall, was elected.

Dumbest pro-gun control sign of the week, or of ALL TIME? YOU make the call…

Yesterday’s student walkout was purportedly to offer a call to action to the government to “do something” about “gun violence” (they just go off all on their own, ya know!) was in fact a prog-organized event designed to nudge as many unwitting participants as possible over to the left side of the anti-NRA argument and create more future Democrats. The rallies featured some signs that were nothing short of stunningly stupid.

This has to be my favorite:

Anybody who wants to know just how much of a gun free zone the White House is need only pull out a knife and run towards it screaming to find out the hard way.

Yesterday I read plenty of comments saying that signs like that prove these kids would be better off in school, but if those are the kinds of critical thinking skills they’re being taught, maybe they’re better off as far away from a public education indoctrination as possible.


At anti-gun rally, Bernie Sanders staunchly defends ‘good guy with a gun’ argument (when it comes to his OWN safety)

Being an anti-gun, anti-greed socialist with three homes means never having to say you’re a hypocrite:

In multiple locations, students hit the streets and parking lots in their respective school districts to “walk out’” in solidarity with the Parkland students who are calling for more gun control after their school attacked by a deranged gunman. 17 students died in the attack. The former presidential candidate was part of a group of progressive congressmen addressing the Washington, DC march.

Sanders began a live stream of his speech on his Facebook page, which featured him wading through the crowd of cheering students and shaking hands. As Sanders traveled through the gun-control crowd, at least three heavily armed Capitol police officers could be seen protecting him and clearing a way for the Senator through the students. Multiple times in the live feed, the police can be heard asking the students to step back and move away from Sanders.

The people Sanders was addressing have ridiculed the argument that a “good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun,” but the sure didn’t call out Sanders. Apparently the only “good guys with guns” are the armed security details of anti-gun hypocrite lefties.

It’s a little ironic that some chose one of the most heavily fortified areas in the country for a rally about how guns don’t make people safer.

Russian to judgment: Nancy Pelosi slams Trump for firing secretary of state she once said he shouldn’t have hired

For the Democrats, Russia/Trump collusion is like their climate change alarmism: No matter what happens, it WILL serve as proof of their accusation. Case-in-point, the firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

Here’s Nancy Pelosi when Trump hired Tillerson back in December of 2016:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi slammed President-elect Donald Trump’s selection for secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, Tuesday, saying his ties to Russia make him an unsuitable choice.

Tillerson, the chief executive of Exxon Mobil, has had a long-running working relationship with the country — raising bipartisan concerns from a number of lawmakers. While Tillerson has recieved the support of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and former Secretary of Defense Bob Gates, the endorsements have failed to ease the skepticism of not just Democrats like Pelosi, but also Republicans including Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

“Choosing an oil executive friendly with Vladimir Putin as Secretary of State sends a disturbing signal about President-elect Trump’s priorities,” Pelosi said in a statement. “Rex Tillerson’s cozy relationship with the Kremlin is especially alarming in light of his attitude toward sanctions over Russia’s aggressive behavior in Europe, while at the same time the President-elect continues to side with Russia over the judgment of the U.S. intelligence community.”

Fast-forward to today. Here’s Pelosi’s statement about Trump’s firing of Tillerson:

“Secretary Tillerson’s firing sets a profoundly disturbing precedent in which standing up for our allies against Russian aggression is grounds for a humiliating dismissal. President Trump’s actions show that every official in his Administration is at the mercy of his personal whims and his worship of Putin.

“It is no wonder that the President has trouble attracting high-caliber people to his Administration when he undercuts and humiliates those he supposedly respects.

The Dems are pushing Tillerson’s hiring and firing as both being evidence of Russia/Trump collusion. What color is the sky in Nancy’s world?

Of course, this could have something to do with Tillerson’s developing popularity among Dems: