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AOC: Put Me Near the Top of Your List — An Opinion Piece By Jeff Davidson

Everyone unmistakably now knows your true political intent…

Jeff Davidson

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Greetings, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez,

I have not previously written to a senator or a congressional representative, and perhaps I should have before now. I am one of the 62 million American citizens, and I emphasize ‘American citizens,’ who took a chance in 2016 and voted for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. While he has probably the most amount of personal faults of anyone I’ve ever heard about or encountered, except maybe for you, he also has proven to have unprecedented capabilities.

In the last four years, President Trump has exceeded my expectations in terms of his ability to deliver on his promises, and to tackle long-standing issues that every other president either ignored or never thought to handle. To me, his achievements in four years have been nothing short of amazing. Yes, he is boastful and sometimes a bit over-bearing, but as the Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher, the late Dizzy Dean once said, “It ain’t bragging if you really done it.”

I’m writing to you today to reveal that I voted for Donald Trump also in the 2020 election, along with 72+ million other people. In no way on this Earth, could Joe Biden ever be as effective as Donald Trump. Indeed Joe Biden, Democrats, and all Marxist sympathizers in general, yourself included, will end up in the dustbin of history. And soon, hopefully!

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On to the main issue for my contacting to you: I understand that you seek to make or to obtain a list of Trump supporters, and that you want to ensure that such individuals are easily identified. You refer to such citizens a ‘Trump Sycophants.’ Specifically, you seek to establish a comprehensive roster of his supporters and their associated Internet posts – several years worth I gather…

I saw that on November 6, 2020 you stated via Twitter: “Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future…” Later on that same day, you tweeted: “Lol at the ‘party of personal responsibility’ being upset at the idea of being responsible for their behavior over last four years.”

In the political world, I am a relative ‘nobody.’ I’m merely a rank-and-file citizen, with no special status or accolades. I‘ve never been elected to political office. Still, I would like you to place me near the top of the list.

Why do I want to be near the top of your list? For one, I guess I’m feeling confident, with the strength of our numbers. Since there are more than 72 million of us, I feel you will have no capability to take any action against any of us, no matter who ends up being president. Still, if there only were 72,000 of us, or 7,200, I would request to be near the top of your list.

May I observe that you don’t seem to have a firm grasp of history, either U.S. history, or world history? If you did, you would know that making an enemies list is the mark of a totalitarian regime. Stalin had a list, Hitler had a list, even some U.S. politicians over the years have had their various lists.

Publicly calling for the creation of such a list signals to all, once and for all, who and what you are. You are a totalitarian, fascist wannabe dictator. At 31 years old, you still know next to nothing politically as well as historically, and are unintelligent enough to tip your hand so that everyone unmistakably knows your true political intent. For that, I thank you.

In closing, please put me near the top of your list. I’m not asking to be on top. I fully realize that unlike, say, James Woods, Matt Schlapp, Candace Owens, Tucker Carlson, Dennis Prager, and other well-known entities on the right, my name near the top of your list would not carry any weight. Still, I would consider it to be an honor if I could be in the top 100 or 500, and that is my primary reason for the request.

You probably can grant my wish since, apparently, you are all-powerful, or soon intend to be. Good luck on your life’s journey (you’re going to need oodles of it)

Yours truly,
Jeff Davidson

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Border Crisis Breaks 35 Year Old Record as Biden and Harris Remain Unmoved

Unbelievable.

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On day one of his presidency, the most pressing issue for Joe Biden was the humanitarian crisis on the southern border of the United States, and we all knew that it was coming.  Biden’s election itself was the harbinger of the catastrophe, as Democratic lawmakers consistently prove more lenient on immigration issues than their GOP counterparts.

And so the surges began, bringing with them heartbreaking scenes of toddler being left to fend for themselves just yards into the United States, and entire communities of immigrants living under bridges in southern Texas.

Border Czar and Vice President Kamala Harris has been little to no help, at least in the eyes of Americans who’ve watched her speak on “climate change” as the “root cause” of illegal immigration.

Now, amid this willful ignorance, the crisis has reached a milestone not seen since the Reagan presidency.

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Arrests by Border Patrol have soared to the highest levels since 1986, according to Customs and Border Patrol data.

U.S. authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year, which ended in September, according to CBP data obtained by the Washington Post.

Historical data shows that Border Patrol made 1.69 million arrests nationwide in 1986, the outlet reported. The data, however, doesn’t show how many of those arrests were made along the border.

And the 1986 spike wasn’t a natural computation, either.

President Ronald Reagan signed a sweeping immigration reform bill into law in 1986, which provided a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who had entered the country before 1982. The bill also tightened up border security and penalized employers who hired illegal immigrants.

The compounding crises of 2021 have weighed heavily on the Biden administration, with the President’s approval ratings sinking to alarming new lows in recent weeks.

On day one of his presidency, the most pressing issue for Joe Biden was the humanitarian crisis on the southern border of the United States, and we all knew that it was coming.  Biden’s election itself was the harbinger of the catastrophe, as Democratic lawmakers consistently prove more lenient on immigration issues than their GOP counterparts. And so the surges began, bringing with them heartbreaking scenes of toddler being left to fend for themselves just yards into the United States, and entire communities of immigrants living under bridges in southern Texas. Border Czar and Vice President Kamala Harris has been little to no help, at least in the eyes of Americans who’ve watched her speak on “climate change” as the “root cause” of illegal immigration. Now, amid this willful ignorance, the crisis has reached a milestone not seen since the Reagan presidency. Arrests by Border Patrol have soared to the highest levels since 1986, according to Customs and Border Patrol data. U.S. authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year, which ended in September, according to CBP data obtained by the Washington Post. Historical data shows that Border Patrol made 1.69 million arrests nationwide in 1986, the outlet reported. The data, however, doesn’t show how many of those arrests were made along the border. And the 1986 spike wasn’t a natural computation, either. President Ronald Reagan signed a sweeping immigration reform bill into law in 1986, which provided a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who had entered the country before 1982. The bill also tightened up border security and penalized employers who hired illegal immigrants. The compounding crises of 2021 have weighed heavily on the Biden administration, with the President’s approval ratings sinking to alarming new lows in recent weeks.

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Liz Cheney Claims Bannon and Trump are Directly Responsible for Jan. 6th

The “bipartisan” committee certainly seems to have an agenda.

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If we were still waiting for the last vestige of impartiality to be stripped from the select committee investigating January 6th, we wait no longer.

The bipartisan-in-name-only group had long been seen as a tool for the Democrats to re-try Donald Trump in the court of public opinion, or perhaps sully his name enough to bully the GOP into not nominating him in 2024.  In either case, there seemed to be a goal all along:  Vilify the 45th President of the United States.

This week, one of the two Republicans on the committee went ahead and pulled the bandaid of plausible deniability right off, however, and took direct aim at Donald Trump and longtime adviser Steve Bannon.

Republican Rep. Liz Cheney blasted former President Donald Trump’s ally Steve Bannon for refusing to cooperate with the House committee investigating the January 6 riot, saying that his claim of executive privilege is not only invalid, but suggests Trump was “personally involved” in the planning and execution of the events that day.

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While the committee has yet to provide evidence directly linking the former President to those efforts, Cheney’s comments reflect a suspicion among members of the panel that Trump is attempting to conceal certain communications that may be incriminating.

Her words were unmistakable.

“Mr. Bannon’s and Mr. Trump’s privilege arguments do appear to reveal one thing, however: they suggest that President Trump was personally involved in the planning and execution of January 6th,” Cheney said.

“And we will get to the bottom of that,” she added.

For those wondering if Trump and others would be judged on the factual evidence that comes before the select committee, (as opposed to the political whims of those involved), the answer is becoming clearer by the day.

If we were still waiting for the last vestige of impartiality to be stripped from the select committee investigating January 6th, we wait no longer. The bipartisan-in-name-only group had long been seen as a tool for the Democrats to re-try Donald Trump in the court of public opinion, or perhaps sully his name enough to bully the GOP into not nominating him in 2024.  In either case, there seemed to be a goal all along:  Vilify the 45th President of the United States. This week, one of the two Republicans on the committee went ahead and pulled the bandaid of plausible deniability right off, however, and took direct aim at Donald Trump and longtime adviser Steve Bannon. Republican Rep. Liz Cheney blasted former President Donald Trump’s ally Steve Bannon for refusing to cooperate with the House committee investigating the January 6 riot, saying that his claim of executive privilege is not only invalid, but suggests Trump was “personally involved” in the planning and execution of the events that day. While the committee has yet to provide evidence directly linking the former President to those efforts, Cheney’s comments reflect a suspicion among members of the panel that Trump is attempting to conceal certain communications that may be incriminating. Her words were unmistakable. “Mr. Bannon’s and Mr. Trump’s privilege arguments do appear to reveal one thing, however: they suggest that President Trump was personally involved in the planning and execution of January 6th,” Cheney said. “And we will get to the bottom of that,” she added. For those wondering if Trump and others would be judged on the factual evidence that comes before the select committee, (as opposed to the political whims of those involved), the answer is becoming clearer by the day.

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