Category: 2016 election

DNC e-mails and Democratic Party unity

It turns out that the DNC e-mail system is about as secure as Hillary’s bathroom server but at least no state secrets were released. The e-mails released by Wikileaks from DNC servers are simply amazing. I have to wonder why they thought that none of them would ever come to light? Bernie and many of his supporters must have known that the DNC (and by extension the media) had the game rigged but now they have undeniable proof of it. Nothing shows the DNC’s lack of care for people by using phrases such as “taco bowl engagement“:

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Nothing shows religious tolerance like tolerant progressives trying to bash someone who claims to be a Jew but has an unfounded inkling that he may be an atheist:

I wonder how the fart-in protest at the DNC is going? The Democrats aren’t interested in discussing this but they’re more divided than they’ve ever been since 1968. It’s funny that the RNC never had much more than a thousand protesters at any one point but the DNC gets at least 10,000 every day. The progs and Bernie’s bots are pissed and won’t accept Hillary.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper prog protest without racism, burning Israeli flags, and burning the U.S. flag. Nothing says tolerance like ThugBlacklieslivesmatter like screaming “White people to the back — Black people to the front” and “Make room for black media” and  “White media get to the back. Black media come to the front.

Feel the Bern, V5.0

Greetings comrades! It’s been a while since I’ve made a post and even longer since I’ve made one of any real substance. This post will just be some pictorial propaganda and for the next week or so it’ll be a while before I get back to making posts regularly. As always, don’t forget to vote for the most Stalinist candidate possible, support the Party, give up all your income, and be sure to spread this post amongst your progressive fiends. Enjoy!

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It had to happen sometime…
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You might not realize it, but government control of your life is what you want. What kind of thoughtkriminal wants freedom anyway?

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Bernie’s true enemies: mathematics and geography!

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We’ve been through this before…

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Meet the California 3rd Congressional District candidates

Only a few of you who live in or are considered residents of a small part of Northern California would vote for one of these three men, but since they’re on my ballot I’ll post up some short videos of their beliefs up. Here are the two Republican candidates:

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Ryan Detert

And here’s the Communist Democratic candidate:

I’m sure that Garamendi will pass a law to force Earth’s climate to never change again. Just be ready to give up most of your income and I’m sure he’ll find a way to force China and India to use less coal and keep their people impoverished. Next, he’ll put a giant soletta up to stop solar energy from reaching the Earth’s surface.

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Quit, Bernie Quit!

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Voting is done in Northeastern primaries and after tallying a number of votes Shillary Hillary has won four out five states with Bernie winning in Rhode Island by two delegates. I know that this might be hard for the Sandroids to believe, but Bernie had little chance of winning to begin with and is most certainly finished by now. But according to the aging socialists he’s going to take it out to the convention. Bernie has also blamed poor people for his failure. I’m not using hyperbole on that as Bernie actually told NBC’s Meet the Press “poor people don’t vote.” and “I mean, that’s just a fact,” Sanders continued. “That’s a sad reality of American society.

Bernie’s supporters need some serious help:

I'm sure that Bernie will find a path towards victory...
I’m sure that Bernie will find a path towards victory…

On the Republican side Trump won in every state and received almost every single delegate. Trump also has done what many pundits have said can’t be done and won a majority of the vote instead of just a plurality as he was doing before. As always, opinion polls can only tell you so much.

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I was hoping for some Ted Cruz victories yet I would still gladly support Trump over the lying old hag and the aging communist. What an awesome election it’s been and I’m sure that it can only get better as it drags on.

Irina Alexandrovevskivich’s five reasons to vote for Hillary

Irina Alexandrovevskivich’s five reasons to vote for Hillary Clinton will truly convince you to give up any inkorrect thinking you are harboring and vote for the Socialist Democratic Party. Shillary Hillary will liberate you from working for a living to voting for a living and serving the State. Women will be liberated from all the loser men in their lives. It will be as glorious as the Workers’ Paradise of Detroit or Chicongo. Forward, to the World of Next Tuesday!

Women vote for women, men vote for men…

Bernie is feeling the Bern in Washington D.C.

Bernie wanted socialism, so he got what he wanted right?
Bernie wanted socialism, so he got what he wanted right?

Bernie’s show campaign of failure drags on and the DNC just redistributed his votes for him in Washington D.C.; Bernie isn’t on the ballot due to the Democratic Party filing his paperwork late even though Bernie’s campaign sent it on time. Isn’t it amazing to watch the Party and socialism in action? The Party has decided that the show has gone on long enough and now it’s time for Bernie’s Mensheviks to tout the Party line and support Shillary Hillary.

You might be thinking that the possibility of an indictment and conviction for Hillary’s malfeasance of state secrets (which would get any lowly peon years of prison time) might give Bernie a chance. If you’re thinking that, you would be wrong though. The Party will find ways of shutting up the snitches, Vince Foster style. Bernie’s supporters are getting restless though and it might be time for some re-education and a Cultural Revolution.

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Change we can believe in, a future to believe in, what difference does it make?
Change we can believe in, a future to believe in, what difference does it make?

Even without special Party members or any other such Party tricks, it looks like the Democratic Party is giving the majority of their votes to Shillary anyway.

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Fox News-Sanders off the DC primary ballot after Dems bungle paperwork

NBC4-Bernie Sanders May Be Off DC Ballot After Democratic Party Filing

The difference, Leo’s footprint, and running mates

Good evening comrades, tonight I’ll just be posting up some pictorial propaganda to share with all of your progressive friends. Enjoy!

Like I’ve asked before, what’s the difference between the Democratic Party and the CPUSA?

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Remember folks, you owning a truck and forgetting to turn a light off is destroying the environment. Don’t ask Leo about his carbon footprint; it might even be larger than Al Gore’s!

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Going back to the Democratic Party, what would it take for Shillary to not get the Democratic nomination? You can always read on how a third of Bernie’s Bolsheviks refuse to vote for Hillary and listen to the whining on the Puffington Host. Shillary could get and indicted and I imagine that most progs would vote for her as they currently are anyway. As long as the “free” stuff keeps coming in what difference does it make?

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The Honor Students of Chicongo were busy today

Who remembers when Black Lies Matter protesters said "frying like bacon, pigs in a blanket"?
Who remembers when Black Lies Matter protesters said “frying like bacon, pigs in a blanket”?

The Honor Students of Chiraq Chicago were busy shutting down a Trump rally. After a large number of Bernie’s Bolsheviks and other socialist agitators continuously interrupted the Trump rally (31 of them were arrested) Trump conferred with law enforcement and called off the rally. In an interview with MSNBS he stated:

felt that it was just safer” and “Rather than having everybody get in and mix it up,” Trump said, “I thought it would be a wise thing, after speaking with law enforcement, a wise thing to postpone the rally.”

These proud Party members should walk around with this sign in Mexico and see what happens...
These proud Party members should walk around with this sign in Mexico and see what happens…

Trump also had the following to say:

They’re allowed to get up and interrupt us horribly and we have to be very, very gentle,” Trump said in response to one of nearly a dozen interruptions as he spoke at the regal Peabody Opera House. “They can swing and hit people, but if we hit them back, it’s a terrible, terrible thing, right?

I’m no fan of Trump, but I wonder what the Clinton or Sanders campaign (or its supporters) would do if Trump supporters or other political opposition did everything possible to stop their rallies? I guess that this is just how National Socialists work though. I suppose that the Honor students of just had to take their break from ventilating each other and getting lead poisoning. In fact let’s take a look at what the Honor Students have done to the great city of Chicongo:

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The commentary on Hey Jackass! Illustrating Chicago Values is simply amazing! Doesn’t this just make you want to move to a Workers’ Paradise like Chicongo or turn your own city into a progressive playground?

St. Patrick’s Stupidity-The fine citizens of Chicago are just letting off some steam…

Executioner-The story of Dwight Boone-Doty, an Honor Student on the upswing after committing a post-abortion on a nine year old with a handgun.

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WTF-The story of Honor Student Allen McDowell and how he’s turning his life around after raping a man with cerebral palsy.

Pan Violence-The story of how pre-euthenasia was applied to a man (by among other people, Shatrara Lehman) and why we need strict pan control laws. If you’re not a professional chef, you don’t need a high capacity 12″ assault pan.

Year in Review-A good explanation on how even though there were more homicides crime went down and strategies were working in 2015.

Borrowed from somewhere else:

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Thugcago, Thugcago, they’ll shut you all down.
Bet your bottom dollar you’ll lose your free speech in Thugcago,
Thugcago, the town that Soros could shut down.

On State Street, that great street
They protest away
They do things the old Stalinist way

They take a life, and hatred is rife,
I saw a protestor creating strife
In Thugcago, another Dem. town…”

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Irina Alexandrovevskivich endorses Bernie!

Ms. Alexandrovevskivich endorses Bernie and you can too. Let’s listen to what this fine Party member has to say:

For reference, here’s where the deodorant comment comes from. Funny enough, one of the Sandroids commented that Bernie’s words have no meaning:

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Joe Biden doesn’t mean what he says…

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So by now everyone has heard about the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia and the subsequent fight that has broken out over the Supreme Court. Dear Leader Obama is claiming that he needs to fulfill his Constitutional duties and I suppose that he’s correct. It is not the Constitutional duty of the Senate to vote on any nominee. Here’s the text of the Constitution, Article II, Section ii:

The President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States; he may require the Opinion, in writing, of the principal Officer in each of the executive Departments, upon any subject relating to the Duties of their respective Offices, and he shall have Power to Grant Reprieves and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment.

He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.

There is no requirement for the Senate to vote in favor of, or vote at all for anyone the President nominates. The Senate has given its advice to the President and does not have to consent. Many nominees have failed to become a justice due to political opposition among other reasons. Posted below is the number of Supreme Court nominees who have not made it to the Supreme Court, 1789-2010:

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To take an excerpt from the publication Supreme Court Nominations Not Confirmed, 1789-August 2010 by Mr. Henry B. Hogue for the Congressional Research Service here’s a description of political opposition to nominees by lame duck Presidents:

Opposition to the nominating President played a role in at least 16 of the 36 nominations that were not confirmed. Many of the 16 were put forward by a President in the last year of his presidency—seven occurred after a successor President had been elected, but before the transfer of power to the new administration. Each of these “lame duck” nominations transpired under 19th century Presidents when the post-election period lasted from early November until early March. Four one-term Presidents made nominations of this kind. President John Quincy Adams nominated John J. Crittenden in December 1828, after losing the election to Andrew Jackson.  President Tyler’s third nomination of Walworth, second nomination of King, and only nomination of Read all came after Tyler had lost to James Polk. President Millard Fillmore nominated E. Badger and William C. Micou after Franklin Pierce had been elected to replace him. Finally, President James Buchanan forwarded the name of Jeremiah S. Black to the Senate less than a month before Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration. Other nominations where opposition to the President was a major factor include the remaining unsuccessful Tyler nominations, Fillmore’s nomination of Edward A. Bradford, and Andrew Johnson’s nomination of Henry Stanbery.

Let’s look at some statements made by prominent progressive Party members:

Progressives will claim that what these individuals said wasn’t really what they said. From the ThinkProgress article No, Joe Biden Didn’t Say That The Senate Should Block Supreme Court Nominees During An Election Year:

But Biden’s full speech undermines their claim. Rather than urging his colleagues to deny Bush’s potential nominee a hearing, Biden was bemoaning the politicization of the confirmation process — hence his suggestion of not holding a hearing in the heat of a presidential election — and what he saw as Bush’s refusal to properly consult with the Senate in selecting a nominee. In fact, just 10 minutes after calling for temporary inaction on Bush’s candidate, Biden actually promised to consider a moderate Supreme Court nominee.

So President Obama is going to ask Senate Republicans who should be nominated? Based upon President Obama’s previous Supreme Court nominations I don’t think that that’s in the plan, especially since this is his change to nominate a young version of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As I said before, the Constitution isn’t very specific on how the nomination process has to go. I’m sure that McConnell would be all for voting for another Chief Justice Roberts, but that’s probably not going to happen.

Biden made his remarks in the context of reforming the entire judicial confirmation process, which, he claimed, had been marred by Justice Clarence Thomas’ contentious confirmation hearings. “

Of course, no details are given on why Justice Thomas was a bad candidate. But hey, if the Party can make a smear movie to re-write history he’ll look like a bad guy right?

As Chairman, Biden repeatedly confirmed Bush’s judicial nominees during the 1992 election season. In the second session of the 102nd Congress, ‘the Senate confirmed more nominees, 11, to the courts of appeals that year than in any other presidential election year in United States history,’ holding hearings ‘on district court nominees every month from January to September; court of appeals nominees received hearings in every month from February to September.’

The Senate confirmed a decent number of people, but the folks at ThinkCommunist Progress left out the large number of nominations that were rejected. From the publication Nomination and Confirmation of Lower Federal Court Judges in Presidential Election Years from the Congressional Research Service:

The second session of the 102 nd Congress is particularly notable in the context of judicial nominations for two things: first, the Senate confirmed more nominees, 11, to the courts of appeals that year than in any other presidential election year in United States history; second, at its sine die adjournment, the Senate also returned more court of appeals nominations to the President, 10, than at the end of any other Congress until the 106th Congress (1999-2000).

What comes around goes around.

During most of the second session of the 102nd Congress, the pace of Senate consideration of judicial nominations dd not generate much controversy in the Senate Judiciary Committee, on the floor of the Senate, or subsequently on the campaign trail. This prompted one campaign observer to note that ‘about 100 of 828 federal judgeships are waiting to be filled, but three debates yielded not a single comment about how George Bush, Bill Clinton or Ross Perot would use such appointments to affect a generation of justice.’ While the Senate was in its traditional August recess, news reports quoted Judiciary Committee staffers as saying that the pace of confirmations generated ‘very little criticism from either the Justice Department or the White House.’ Soon afterwards, however, a news account reported that Democrats, who had the Senate majority, began, upon their return from the August recess, ‘to delay confirming some of President Bush’s nominees for major judgeships to preserve the vacancies for Gov. Bill Clinton if he is elected President.’

Who would guess that a progressive wouldn’t read all of the source that they cited as evidence? Oh well, maybe next time. I’ll post some more food for thought below. As always, sharing is caring!

The Federalist-5 Worst Responses To GOP Plan To Delay Supreme Court Confirmation

The Federalist-No, The Senate Doesn’t Have To Confirm Obama Appointees

Power Line Blog-Confirmation Bias, NY Times Style

Who is Robert Bork?

Power Line Blog-The Supreme Court Controversy in one Sentence

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