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WATCH: Liberal Crowd Boos 2020 Dem Candidate After Stunning Remarks About Socialism

Good ol’ lefties!

John Salvatore

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Hold the phone.

A Democrat running for president in 2020 doesn’t think socialism is in America’s best interest?

Hmm. This is odd.

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Then again, with so many of them running you have to say something wild to get any attention from the press.

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After former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper told a crowd that socialism isn’t the answer, the crowd booed.

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Democrat John Hickenlooper:

“Socialism is not the answer”

“We shouldn’t try to achieve universal coverage by removing private insurance from 150 million Americans”

“We shouldn’t try to tackle climate change by guaranteeing every American a gov job”

Crowd boos loudly each time

If anybody not named Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden walks away with the Democrat nomination for president, it will be a major surprise.

Cory Booker, Jay Inslee, Liz Warren, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Tulsi Gabbard, Tim Ryan, Joaquin Castro, and many others are merely wasting their time.

Hickenlooper is also running in 2020.

At Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention, Hickenlooper made it clear that he’ll sign a bill that gives reparations to descendants of slaves.

Where will the money come from? Who cares, right?

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More from the NAN conference, per CBS News:

A number of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are set to speak at Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention as they compete to reach black voters, a critical demographic in the upcoming primary elections. Sharpton’s convention has garnered prominent guests in the past, such as President Barack Obama, Sen. Bernie Sanders and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Presidential candidates speaking at the National Action Network convention on Wednesday include former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, businessman Andrew Yang and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro.

Stacey Abrams, who narrowly lost the gubernatorial race in Georgia last year and is currently mulling a presidential bid, is also speaking Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday, Rep. John Delaney and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg are speaking at the convention.

Race-baiting Reverend Al Sharpton has made a lot of money over the decades.

He decided to pocket another $531,000 by selling the rights to his life story.

Nothing wrong with that, right?

Here’s the thing.

He sold the rights to his own charity.

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Trump Wants Senate Trial, Calls For Schiff And Whistleblower To Be Impeachment Witnesses

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President Trump called into “Fox & Friends” on Friday morning where he made a call for a Senate impeachment trial and for said he wants House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and the whistleblower — along with others — to be called as witnesses. Here’s more from Fox News: “There’s nothing there,” Trump declared, claiming “there should never be an impeachment” and he “doesn’t know” the majority of the witnesses. But following a meeting with senators a day earlier, the president announced on the show that if the House impeaches, “Frankly, I want a trial.” He stressed that Senate trial would provide the opportunity to call other witnesses — including Hunter Biden, whose dealings in Ukraine were at the heart of what he wanted investigated out of Kiev, and especially Schiff. “There’s only one person I want more than ‘Where’s Hunter?’ and that is Adam Schiff,” Trump said. Trump blasted Schiff’s dramatic reading of the transcribed phone call he had with Ukraine’s president and then challenged his claim to not know the identity of the whistleblower, saying, “I want to see Adam Schiff testify about the whistleblower.” The president also stated that he wants to hear from the “fake whistleblower. He went on to say that “everybody” knows the individual’s identity already. Watch the latest video at foxnews.com

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Kanye West Held Worship Service For Prison Inmates, Atheist Group Argues It Violated Constitution

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Popular rap artist and born again Christian Kanye West recently held a surprise worship service in a county jail a week ago to share the hope of the gospel with those who are oh so desperate for the hope it provides. However, this gesture of good will did not seem to go over well with atheist group Freedom From Religion Foundation. The group sent a letter to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez on Monday stating that a “church service” like the one West held in the jail should never happen again and that it violated the Constitution. Here’s more from TheBlaze: “It is our understanding that Harris County Sheriff officials organized two concerts for inmates and staff on Friday, November 15,” the letter recalls. “Kanye West and his choir performed songs from West’s recent religious album, ‘Jesus Is King,’ and the performances were ‘really more like a church service,’ a sentiment you explicitly and publicly admitted. Photos suggest this is true, too.” The “photos” in reference show one tweet by Sheriff Gonzalez saying, “[Kanye West] and his choir brought some light and #churchservice to people who needed it today at the Harris County Jail,” and another recalling West’s words to inmates that “this is a mission, not a show.” “In short, this was unconstitutional,” the atheist group’s letter said, arguing that the inmates didn’t really have a choice — “nobody believes there is a genuine choice between sitting in a cramped, locked cell, and listening to a two-hour long concert.” “This constitutional violation is particularly egregious because it imposed religion on inmates — literally a captive audience — who have a deep and immediate interest in being seen favorably by [Sheriff Gonzalez] and [his] staff.” “It is no excuse that Kayne West is famous,” the letter reads. Jason Spencer, a spokesman for…

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