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Will the democrats dare to cross this latest line in the sand?
A Political Cartoon By A.F. Branco for Flag and Cross ©2018.
Roger Stone is no stranger to controversy, but this prediction seems outrageous...even for him.
This is becoming the circus to end all circuses.
Schatz would go on to delete the tweet above, replacing it with a far more metered message.
's move comes at a time when more and more Americans are growing concerned over the censorship of Free Speech.
Shades of authoritarianism abound this week in the EU.
With 2020 looming on the horizon, these comments come as little surprise.
The President then made a $100 wager for any Guardsman brave enough to take it...
This is a stretch if we've ever seen one.
It looks as though Zuck and Co. know what's headed their way.
When the democrats say that voter fraud doesn't exist, we must remind them of these names.
This is what the radical left has devolved into.
If only he hadn't been talked out of this!
Perhaps Michelle can explain to her husband what "we go high" actually means.
The mainstream media is having a field day with this tale, but is it justified?
Let's see if Jim Acosta can behave now that we've written the rules down for him.
Atlanta is the "city too busy to hate", but don't tell Hollywood transplants that.
While some decry the "blame game", it is important to note that this is about prevention, not reaction.
This doesn't bode well for the former First Lady.
Acosta will be back, but not without a new set of rules from the White House.
All those in favor of erasing the embarrassment known as Broward County from the record books say "aye"!
And then they have the audacity to ask why we call them "fake news".
Cortez and controversy are a match made in progressive heaven, apparently.
It may all come down to whether or not Mueller is looking to play by the rules or not.
We won't hold our breath for this sort of brazen nonsense by Nancy Pelosi to get "fact checked" any time...
Google thought they were too big to get caught. They thought wrong.
You wanted him, New York. You got him!