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Cartoon Trump Depicted as Incestuous Oaf in Latest Resistance Rhetoric

What was that line from Michelle Obama?  When they go low, we go high?  Was that it?

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Of all of the low-down, dirty ways in which democratic “resistance” figures have discovered to disparage Donald Trump, none seems quite as loathsome as their take on his relationship with his family.

For a man whose life has been an open book for decades, you would think that the left would have something of substance to say about Donald Trump.  Something truly terrible, or a video tape of him saying something somehow worse than the “locker room talk” that they attempted to smear him with years ago.

But, no.  Instead, they continue to insinuate that his marriage is a sham and that the President of The United States is sexually attracted to his daughter.

Now, even primetime cartoons are getting in on the incestuous imbecility. 

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In the preview for an upcoming episode of Family Guy, a President Donald Trump character sexualizes his daughter Ivanka Trump, saying she has a “beautiful rack.”

“Pleased to meet you, Meg. You have a beautiful rack,” the President Trump character said.

When Meg replies, “Thank you,” Trump responds, “I was talking about my daughter,” in front of the Ivanka Trump character.

The anti-Trump episode is set to appear on Fox on January 14th. The premise of the upcoming episode is that Peter Griffin becomes President Trump’s next press secretary.

What was that line from Michelle Obama?  When they go low, we go high?  Was that it?

 

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THE NUMBERS ARE IN: Florida has Lowest COVID Rate in the Nation

Well, would you look at that.

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If Governor RonDesantis isn’t planning to shove this in everyone’s face for a while, we’d be surprised.

Florida, a state that has been the bane of the liberals’ existence in recent months due to their freedom-first coronavirus precautions, now get to gloat.  And bigly.

In mid-August, Florida was averaging about 25,000 new cases a day, or about 116 for every 100,000 residents. That was the worst rate in the U.S. — and one of the worst in the world. Awash in the hypercontagious Delta variant, the Sunshine State became one of the epicenters of the global pandemic.

During the past two months, however, Florida’s daily average has plummeted by more than 90 percent, to about 1,700 cases, or eight for every 100,000 residents. That’s roughly half of California’s current COVID rate and less than a quarter of Vermont’s. Hawaii (with nine cases for every 100,000 residents) is the only other state in single digits.

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DeSantis has been absolutely adamant about allowing Floridians to choose the level of risk that they wish to take as it pertains to COVID-19, and has barred businesses and institutions from enacting vaccine or mask mandates.  This has gained him a great deal of criticism from the liberal left, who have insisted that the Governor is being reckless.

If Governor RonDesantis isn’t planning to shove this in everyone’s face for a while, we’d be surprised. Florida, a state that has been the bane of the liberals’ existence in recent months due to their freedom-first coronavirus precautions, now get to gloat.  And bigly. In mid-August, Florida was averaging about 25,000 new cases a day, or about 116 for every 100,000 residents. That was the worst rate in the U.S. — and one of the worst in the world. Awash in the hypercontagious Delta variant, the Sunshine State became one of the epicenters of the global pandemic. During the past two months, however, Florida’s daily average has plummeted by more than 90 percent, to about 1,700 cases, or eight for every 100,000 residents. That’s roughly half of California’s current COVID rate and less than a quarter of Vermont’s. Hawaii (with nine cases for every 100,000 residents) is the only other state in single digits. DeSantis has been absolutely adamant about allowing Floridians to choose the level of risk that they wish to take as it pertains to COVID-19, and has barred businesses and institutions from enacting vaccine or mask mandates.  This has gained him a great deal of criticism from the liberal left, who have insisted that the Governor is being reckless.

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Terry McAuliffe’s Dirty ‘Fake’ News Trick Revealed Ahead of Election

This is simply LUDICROUS.

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For as much as the Democrats carry on about “fake news”, you’d think that they’d do everything in their power to avoid participating in such nonsense.  But, as we’ve all learned, the left sure does like “projecting”, don’t they?

The latest example of this comes to us from the Virginia governor’s race, where Democrat Terry McAuliffe has been caught red-handed usingvery dirty trick online.

Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe has spent nearly $100,000 advertising “fake news” websites on Facebook during the Virginia gubernatorial campaign, Fox News can reveal.

The Democrat’s advertisements, which have been viewed up to 3.5 million times so far, are hidden on a Facebook page with a similar name to a local news website. The ads link to third-party websites that ostensibly publish local news, but exist to promote Democratic candidates. The websites have been widely described as disinformation and “partisan propaganda.”

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So, how exactly does it work?

The page is called “The Download Virginia,” and it was quietly launched by McAuliffe in June. While the name of the page sounds similar to that of a news organization, the page has not published any posts or photos, and only 67 people have “liked” the page (a term Facebook uses to describe followers).

Instead, most voters who have encountered “The Download” have done so through paid advertising. The ads do not appear on the page itself but can be obtained through a Facebook Ad Library Report, a tool used by journalists and researchers. The McAuliffe campaign has spent $471,044 on ads distributed by this page since June. With several ads running at time of publication, that number is likely to rise before election day.

The advertisements generally contain a comment and a link to a mainstream news article that covers the campaign favorably. But sprinkled among the links to legitimate media are seven separate advertisements (and dozens of variations) that promote websites widely considered to be “fake news”.

And it gets worse:

In a July advertisement, The Download writes about McAuliffe’s views on small business. The ad includes a link to an article published by a third party website called The Virginia Dogwood.

The Dogwood presents itself as a local news website, with daily articles about local issues in Virginia, dedicated sections for key topics, and a newsletter to give Virginians “all the news you need.” The Dogwood says on a page describing its publication that it delivers “credible, fact-based reporting.”

The website notes it is owned and operated by Courier Newsroom, which according to the Dogwood, is a “civic media company.” But Courier Newsroom was founded and initially funded by the liberal dark money group ACRONYM. According to the Wall Street Journal, early backers included multibillionaire Democratic donor George Soros, as well as LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman and a group of movie producers. Axios reported yesterday that the “newsroom” has since been acquired by influential Democrat Tara McGowan’s “Good Information Project,” which is backed by many of the same investors.

With less than a week left until the election itself, could this incredibly deceitful tactic’s exposure swing this overwhelmingly tight race?

For as much as the Democrats carry on about “fake news”, you’d think that they’d do everything in their power to avoid participating in such nonsense.  But, as we’ve all learned, the left sure does like “projecting”, don’t they? The latest example of this comes to us from the Virginia governor’s race, where Democrat Terry McAuliffe has been caught red-handed using a very dirty trick online. Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe has spent nearly $100,000 advertising “fake news” websites on Facebook during the Virginia gubernatorial campaign, Fox News can reveal. The Democrat’s advertisements, which have been viewed up to 3.5 million times so far, are hidden on a Facebook page with a similar name to a local news website. The ads link to third-party websites that ostensibly publish local news, but exist to promote Democratic candidates. The websites have been widely described as disinformation and “partisan propaganda.” So, how exactly does it work? The page is called “The Download Virginia,” and it was quietly launched by McAuliffe in June. While the name of the page sounds similar to that of a news organization, the page has not published any posts or photos, and only 67 people have “liked” the page (a term Facebook uses to describe followers). Instead, most voters who have encountered “The Download” have done so through paid advertising. The ads do not appear on the page itself but can be obtained through a Facebook Ad Library Report, a tool used by journalists and researchers. The McAuliffe campaign has spent $471,044 on ads distributed by this page since June. With several ads running at time of publication, that number is likely to rise before election day. The advertisements generally contain a comment and a link to a mainstream news article that covers the campaign favorably. But sprinkled among the links…

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