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Governor Cuomo Gets a Taste of His Own Medicine [Video]

Isn’t this the same tactics he uses against anyone that opposes him?

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Marc Molinaro fired back at Gov. Cuomo after he released a campaign ad attacking Molinaro’s pregnant wife.

“He is a classless buffoon who chooses to attack a woman who is six months pregnant and no longer works at the company he is referring to. I really suggest to Andrew that he stick with me because my wife is way out of his league.”

He added that “in the grand scheme of politics, there are things you need to ignore, but I’m not going to allow this man to attack one more woman, in particular, my pregnant wife.”

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NY Daily News:

Gov. Cuomo isn’t even past the Democratic primary yet, but his campaign on Tuesday released a blistering ad ripping Republican gubernatorial candidate Marc Molinaro for engaging in “the worst of pay-to-play politics.”

The ad, which comes two weeks since Molinaro unveiled his own TV ad hitting Cuomo on the issue of corruption, left Molinaro branding the governor as a “classless buffoon.”

The 30-second Cuomo ad, which began running on television statewide Tuesday, hits Molinaro, the Dutchess County executive, for accepting more than $5,000 in donations tied to Tinkelman Brothers Development Corporation, a construction company that hired Molinaro’s wife, Corinne Adams, and was awarded county contracts and hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax breaks.

The ad also knocks Molinaro for not releasing his tax returns from when he was a state assemblyman “to reveal who else he was being paid by.”

“Return the dirty money and come clean ,” the ad says. “What are you really hiding?”

The Cuomo campaign said the ad buy is in the six figures. More

Maybe Gov. Cuomo should stop attacking President Donald Trump and realize that he has a truly fierce competitor in Marc Molinaro.

 

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George Conway Goads Justin Amash with Pre-Praise for Potential POTUS Run

The ‘resistance’ is growing bolder by the minute.

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Justin Amash

President Trump is facing adversity like no other President before him, and there’s good reason for this. No, it’s not his alleged shortcomings that are to blame; it’s the fact that he is still very much an outsider in the world of national politics.  Of course, this was a purposeful choice by the American people who have long been under the thumb of career politicians, many of them millionaires, who have taken their role as “public servants” and transformed it into an indoctrination into the ruling class. Which is precisely why we rebelled against the British so many years ago…but that’s a diatribe for another time. Trump has gotten under the skin of the Washington establishment in ways that few others have, and certainly more than any other President in recent memory. Even the husband of one the President’s closest advisers is counting himself among the “resistance”. Attorney George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, declared Tuesday that a primary challenge by Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) against President Donald Trump in 2020 would be a “supreme act of patriotism.” “This would be a supreme act of patriotism by Rep. Amash,” Conway, a frequent Trump critic, tweeted in response to an article shared by Reason editor Robby Soave about Libertarians and Never Trump Republicans urging Amash to run for the White House. Amash is the only republican to have called for the impeachment of President Trump, and the idea of both a primary challenge to Trump and a run as the Libertarian candidate in 2020 have been floated as possibilities. Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld has also declared his interest in running a primary campaign against the President.

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Nevada Goes for The Jugular with ‘Popular Vote’ Bill

There are serious concerns about the move – concerns that conservatives in New York State and California have been warning us about for decades.

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We all remember that one kid in school who would change the rules to whatever game you were playing whenever they were losing. It seemed to always be the most prevalent in the game of Monopoly, where the “house rules” were more malleable than Play-Doh in August in St. Augustine.  When and where hotels could be built was always a contentious battle for the disadvantaged, regardless of whether or not this disadvantage was self afflicted.  Then there were the unseemly declarations regarding free money, jail time, etc. In other words, some people just can’t stand to lose, and they lash out in unhealthy ways when that fate befalls them. Such seems to be the case these days with the democrats as well, who are still reeling from their electoral evisceration at the hands of Donald Trump back in 2016. Now, after being bested through the electoral college, a great many anti-Trump organizations are pushing to change the rules of the game. Nevada is just the latest to pontificate on just such an adjustment. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat, will consider signing a new bill that would require the state’s six Electoral College votes to be awarded to the winner of the national popular vote, rather than the winner of the state’s vote. The legislation would only take effect once states representing a majority of the nation’s 538 electoral votes agree to join. Thus far, the participating states or jurisdictions include: California (55), Colorado (9), Connecticut (7), Delaware (3), the District of Columbia (3),  Hawaii (4), Illinois (20), Maryland (10), Massachusetts (11), New Jersey (14), New Mexico (5), New York (29), Rhode Island (4), Vermont (3), Washington (12). These represent a total of 189 electoral votes. Most are solid “blue” states, but Colorado and New Mexico are considered swing states, albeit leaning Democratic.…

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