Monday, October 31, 2016

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Hilalry Clinton Muslim Donations

Clinton Supporters are like

'Gay Thought Police’ Like Soviet-Era Bullies
by Michael Lucas 28 Oct 20161,302

One of the core beliefs of the movement for LGBT equality has always been that anti-gay bullying, especially of young people, must end. And yet, in recent days, thousands of online comments and threats from LGBT people have been directed against two young gay men who expressed their opinions about the current presidential race.

At a Donald Trump rally in Cincinnati on October 13, Wall Street Journal video reporter and senior producer Jason Bellini interviewed a gay couple who are both supporters of the GOP candidate. Although Bellini initially did not name them, a gay activist later “outed” the duo as 31-year-old Dewey Lainhart and his 22-year-old fiance, Cody Moore. When asked if they were comfortable being affectionate at the rally, Lainhart replied, “Yeah. Ain’t nobody saying nuthin’ about us” and “I have a lot of gay friends who support Trump.”

Lainhart said he works in the steel industry, and is “tired of the bullsh*t government. Time for a change. Trump’s the man for it.” Moore added he believes Trump “would bring more jobs to the country.”

That was essentially the entire substance of the interview, which has provoked an astonishing backlash. Hundreds of thousands of online views have led to thousands of comments, most of them furious with Lainhart and Moore, who have been ridiculed as “hillbilly morons” and “rednecks.”

In a followup report, the couple told Bellini they “have received death threats from gay people warning them not to leave their house or go to any gay clubs. One message to them, they say, told them to drink bleach.”

I have been very clear in my opposition to Trump, whose candidacy and views on most issues are an utter disgrace. I’ve stopped speaking with some people I know, and blocked many others on social media, because they support a man who is diametrically opposed to nearly everything in which I believe.

On the other hand, although I’m a gay man with liberal views on social issues such as marriage equality, I’m staunchly conservative on other subjects, ranging from economics to foreign policy. So I’ve gotten grief from all sides.

In my opinion, there is a rational way to express political disagreement with someone, and there is the mindless, kneejerk, politically correct-taken-to-the-extreme, bullying way to do so. One critic of the gay Ohio couple wrote “How do they rectify their support for Trump with his statements that he would nominate judges to the Supreme Court who would overturn marriage equality?” That’s the start of a reasonable discussion.

But most of the comments have included words such as “idiots,” “twats,” and “dumbasses.” It all reminds me of my first 23 years in the Soviet Union, where I was often bullied by cruel homophobic teenagers and teachers. And on a daily basis, so-called “traitors” who did not support Russian government policies were denounced and ostracized by the larger community.

How is this so different? Lainhart and Moore are not towing the LGBT party line, and they’re paying the price for it, big time. (One suggestion was that someone should “take away their gay card.”) This kind of intimidation is not only against the democratic principles on which our country is based, but counterproductive as well. It gives ammunition to conservatives, who often claim that liberals try to shut down free speech when it runs counter to their beliefs.

And it’s not only individual members of the LGBT community who are denying gays their right to an opposing opinion. Just last week, a leading LGBT magazine published a column by someone who concluded that although PayPal founder Peter Thiel has sex with other men, he should not be considered gay, because he’s a Republican who has endorsed Trump. Who is in charge of devising these bizarre litmus tests?

Some people do “get it.” One online comment came from a young gay man who describes himself as “100% opposed to Trump.” He writes, “We have all turned into a lunatic mob after the blood of those who think differently. How are the people attacking these two guys any different from what they say they’re against?”

I agree. We are a community that holds up diversity as a key principle in our lives, a central tenet of our movement for equality. A poll in September found that 20% of the LGBT community back Donald Trump. I believe that’s a tragic mistake, but I will defend to the death their right to hold that view. The last thing we need are gay “Thought Police” keeping us all in lockstep.

Michael Lucas is a gay activist, columnist, pornographic film actor and director. He is founder and CEO of Lucas Entertainment, New York’s largest gay adult film company and one of the biggest gay porn production companies in the world.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Why I am Voting for TRUMP

Contract With The American Voter

Donald Trump traveled to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, this weekend to outline the agenda for his first 100 days in office. Trump called it his "Contract With The American Voter." It is an incredible series of major reforms and initiatives.

Trump vowed to tackle corruption by advocating the following measures:

A constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress
A hiring freeze on all federal employees to reduce federal workforce through attrition (exempting military, public safety, and public health)
Eliminate two existing regulations for every new one
A five year-ban on White House and congressional officials becoming lobbyists after they leave government service;
A lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying on behalf of foreign governments; and
A ban on foreign lobbyists raising money for American elections.

Trump also called for new protections for American workers. He promised to:

Renegotiate NAFTA or withdraw from the deal under Article 2205
Withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Label China a currency manipulator Identify and end all foreign trading abuses that unfairly impact American workers
Lift the restrictions on the production of American energy reserves
Lift the roadblocks on infrastructure projects, like the Keystone Pipeline
Cancel billions in payments to U.N. climate change programs and use the money to fix America's water and environmental infrastructure.

Trump also promised immediate action to restore security and the rule of law. He vowed to:

Cancel every unconstitutional executive action issued by President Obama
Select a replacement for Justice Scalia from one of the 20 judges on his list
Cancel all federal funding to sanctuary cities
Begin to remove more than 2 million criminal illegal immigrants
Suspend immigration from terror-prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur.

Term limits.
Reducing red tape.
Ending Washington's revolving door.
Fair trade.
Energy independence.
Respect for the Constitution and the rule of law.
Conservative judges.
Common-sense immigration reform that puts our security first.

That is an agenda that should excite conservative voters and unite Republicans! That is an agenda to make America great again. And it is a stark contrast compared to the radical left-wing policies we know Hillary Clinton will impose on America.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Friday, October 21, 2016

Gore, Trump and Liberal Hypocrisy

The media is beside itself that Wednesday night, in the final presidential debate, Donald Trump said he would wait until the election actually occurs to judge whether or not it was carried out fairly.

Apparently, some people think that when a Republican says he will watch closely to make there’s no corruption of the vote, he is a “threat to democracy” and even a “domestic insurrectionist.”

While on the other hand, they think that when a Democrat sends thousands of lawyers and observers to every polling place in the country to monitor voting and watch for irregularities--as Hillary Clinton will undoubtedly do--they are heroic defenders of the American people.

If the media and the Left were actually concerned about the corrosion of our democratic institutions, as they self-righteously characterized their complaints, they might be a little more troubled than they appear to be by the presidential candidate who knowingly took tens of millions of dollars from foreign governments that fund ISIS. And they might be a little less worried about the candidate who says he wants to make sure the vote is fair.

But the people complaining about Trump’s debate answer aren’t actually concerned about the democracy. They're concerned about the Democrats.

No Democrat complained in 2000 when Al Gore exercised his legal right to challenge the result. In fact, Democrats have been saying ever since that the election was illegitimate.

The left and the media weren’t bothered this week by the news that senior State Department officials tried to strike a secret deal with the FBI to change the classification on Hillary Clinton’s emails and thereby cover up her misconduct.

They didn’t complain when one day last week the major network newscasts spent a combined 23 minutes on allegations against Trump, and a combined 57 seconds on Wikileaks’ damaging revelations about Hillary Clinton.

And they are thrilled that of the money donated to presidential campaigns by people identified as journalists, 96 percent went to Hillary Clinton.

If these so-called journalists and others on the left were actually concerned about our democratic institutions, we might have heard a similar outcry when, in the Republican nominating contest, party elites canceled the Colorado primary so that not a single Republican in Colorado could vote, and then organized to hand the delegates to Trump’s opponent.

We might also have heard something when, after Trump got the most primary votes of any Republican in history, a small contingent of party elites tried to deny him the nomination anyway.

And there was certainly no outcry from the media and the left--nonetheless press coverage--when this week a hidden camera video revealed Democratic operatives talking about committing mass voter fraud.

In one video, a Democrat operative describes at length how Democrats might bring people from out-of-state to vote fraudulently in Wisconsin. While busses might make the conspiracy easy to discover, he says, using cars with Wisconsin plates makes the fraud much more difficult to detect.

Another clip features Robert Creamer, a high-level Democratic consultant who visited the White House 342 times during the Obama administration, and who works closely with the operative who outlined the Wisconsin plan. In the video, an undercover journalist describes to Creamer an obvious voter fraud scheme--a means of registering voters who don’t actually live in the state. Creamer replies, “There are a couple of different organizations, that's their big trick.”

In another video, the same pair describe how the Democratic Party and the Clinton campaign funded paid agitators to incite violence at Trump rallies and even staged elaborate confrontations between paid actors.

In light of a Republican establishment that conspired in an attempt to deny Trump the nomination, a Justice Department that is nakedly corrupted on behalf of his opponent, a media elite that Wikileaks revealed to in constant collaboration with the Democratic Party and the Clinton campaign, and new evidence of high-level conspiracies to commit voter fraud, it’s not dangerous to democracy for Trump to watch for a fair election. It’s dangerous for him not to.

Your Friend,
Newt Gingrich

GOP Angst?

Democrats and some Republicans continue piling on Donald Trump because he refused Wednesday night to give up his right to question election irregularities.

For months now, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have been constantly undermining confidence in our democracy, routinely suggesting that Russia might hack polling places and saying that Wikileaks is a Russian plot to get Trump elected.

Every Republican leader should be asking the obvious questions: Why would Russia be in favor of the candidate who wants to make America great again and who is promising a major military buildup? Why wouldn't Putin want Obama's third term?

Hillary brags about the fact that she opened the door to Iran, Russia's ally in the Middle East. Together, Iran and Russia are marching toward dominance in the region. Under Obama, Putin seized Crimea. So much for Hillary's "reset."

Given all that Obama and Hillary have said about Russia trying to steal the election, what if there is a shocking result on Election Day? What if Trump wins?

Will Obama and Clinton pack their bags and leave town quietly? I doubt it. I suspect that the left, aided by the media complex, will attempt to delegitimize Trump by suggesting Russia stole the election for him.

To this day, the left refuses to concede that George W. Bush beat Al Gore. Hillary Clinton has said that Bush was "selected, not elected," referring to the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court decision.

John Kerry still thinks the 2004 election was rigged against him.

Here's the latest: Obama officials are now claiming that Russian hackers might try to fake fraud just to sow confusion. Really? So if elections officials see what looks like fraud, what are they supposed to do? Assume it is Russian hacking and ignore it?

I understand why the left distorts a perfectly legitimate statement by Donald Trump. Their demand that he preemptively surrender is just more evidence that the left expects Republicans to lose gracefully. What I don't understand is why some Republicans are falling for this nonsense.

Today's Washington Post has this headline: "Trump's Refusal To Honor Outcome Swells GOP Angst."

One of the factors that contributed to Donald Trump's candidacy is that too many in the GOP suffer angst if they have to actually defend the values of the people who elected them.

GOP leaders should be feeling angst at the news that left-wing activists are stoking political violence against conservatives.

They should feel angst that a top Clinton operative is pushing voter fraud.

They should feel angst that a top Clinton ally in the media was feeding Hillary questions in advance.

They should feel angst about zombie voters.

The Republican Party and the entire conservative movement have been deeply concerned about cheating for decades. That is why GOP states have passed voter ID laws.

The American people are with us. They know there is a problem and they support our solutions.

Lose the angst and find some fight!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Third US Presidential Debate

The Second Amendment
When the candidates discussed the Second Amendment, Trump was unambiguous in his support for Second Amendment rights and proudly mentioned his NRA endorsement.

On the other hand, one of the most bizarre things Hillary said all night had to do with the Second Amendment, and especially the 2008 Heller decision.

Just to make sure you understand the context, the Heller case challenged the very strict gun ban imposed by the District of Columbia. The case reached the Supreme Court in 2008. Justice Antonin Scalia wrote the 5-to-4 decision that overturned D.C.'s ban on handguns, declaring that the Second Amendment included an individual right to own firearms.

Hillary Clinton said last year that "the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment." When pressed last night, she said that Heller was about "protecting toddlers from guns." But that wasn't the issue at all.

Just to make sure you understand how extreme Clinton is on gun rights, she used the issue in the Democrat primaries in order to run to the left of Bernie Sanders! Among other things, Hillary thinks it is "incomprehensible" that we don't allow gun manufacturers to be sued into bankruptcy.

A final point on the Supreme Court: Donald Trump's strong pledge to appoint pro-life, conservative justices was a reminder that when you vote for a presidential candidate, you are also voting for thousands of political appointees and hundreds of judges.

Whatever flaws you think Trump has, keep in mind the kinds of people each candidate would bring into government. You know what kind of people the Clintons will put into power. Trump's choice of a running mate, Mike Pence, and his outreach to the Heritage Foundation and other conservative groups, says a lot about the people he will bring with him.

This is a night-and-day difference that should eviserate the arguments of the #NeverTrumpers. It's like saying #NeverScalia or #NeverThomas. That is the kind of childish nonsense our country simply cannot afford at this critical moment in history.

When the debate shifted to immigration, Trump pointed out that Clinton is promising a massive amnesty, while the nation's Border Patrol agents have endorsed him. He explained that strong border controls, including a wall, would help to keep drugs and criminals out of the country.

(By the way, sexual assault has been in the headlines lately. But did you know that a 2011 government report found that illegal immigrants had committed 70,000 sexual offenses?)

Trump also pointed out that Hillary had privately assured globalists at a foreign bank that her dream was an America with "open borders."

Clinton suggested that she was really talking about energy. (But she opposes the Keystone pipeline.) Then she blamed the leaked speech excerpt on Russia, and attempted to portray Trump as a puppet of Vladimir Putin.

Trump slammed Hillary, saying, "That was a great pivot off the fact that she wants open borders, OK? How did we get on to Putin?"

Respecting The Results
There were many other great points made last night, but I have to address something that came up in the latter half of the debate as it is the only thing the media are talking about today.

Moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump last night if he was willing to state on stage that he would "absolutely accept the result of this election." The question came in response to concerns Trump has expressed recently about voter fraud.

Not surprisingly, Trump did not accept Wallace's invitation to preemptively surrender his right to challenge the vote count in the courts or to demand recounts if there are any irregularities. (By the way, Trump is hardly alone on this -- 72% of Americans say they have concerns "about the security of the electoral system.")

Trump blasted the media's corruption, referred to a Pew study that found major problems with our voter rolls and criticized the fact that Hillary Clinton was even a candidate given how she jeopardized our national security.

Hillary condemned Trump's response as "horrifying." Immediately after the debate and all day today the media have been denouncing Trump for disrespecting our democratic process.

My friends, ignore the left-wing media! All this faux outrage is simply meant to reinforce Hillary's narrative that Trump is unfit to be president.

Where was the media's outrage when Al Gore refused to accept his defeat -- FOR FIVE LONG WEEKS?

Given all that we have seen in recent days -- GOP offices firebombed, voter fraud schemes busted up, emails from Hillary's campaign chairman that appear to encourage illegal voting and videos of left-wing activists plotting political violence -- why on earth would Donald Trump publicly waive his right to fight anything that looks suspicious?

Had he done so last night, he would have given the left a green light to cheat as much as it could.

Instead, Trump put the left and the media on notice. And he demonstrated once again why he is the GOP nominee -- HE IS A FIGHTER!

During the primaries, huge percentages of Republican voters said they felt "betrayed" by their party. Conservatives are sick and tired of establishment politicians who refuse to FIGHT the left.

The media, Democrats and some Republicans have been blasting Trump for suggesting the election may be rigged. But Rush Limbaugh made a great observation today. He noted that Obama and Hillary have spent weeks blasting the Russians for interfering in our elections, attempting to rig them for Trump.

Perhaps someone should ask Hillary if she is prepared to accept the results of the election! Or will she and Obama make the absurd claim that Putin stole the election?

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The Rigged US Political Sytem

Rigged System Update

As yesterday's report was going out, there was breaking news from James O'Keefe and Project Veritas that every conservative needs to know.

For months we have seen the media breathlessly report every disturbance and every act of violence at Trump rallies and suggest that somehow Trump was the cause of this turmoil. The media reported it in order to discourage conservatives and convince them that Trump was simply beyond the pale, too controversial or radioactive for reasonable people to consider supporting.

Well, we learned yesterday that this was all part of a vast left-wing conspiracy to disrupt the election and create a false narrative for the media's consumption.

Groups linked to the Clinton campaign were sending "rent-a-mobs" into Trump events in order to deliberately create chaos. And they were unapologetic in their attempts to sabotage the election. One official involved in the effort is caught on tape saying, "It doesn't matter what the friggin legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherf--ker."

That official was fired yesterday. But wait. . . There's more!

O'Keefe released a second video today featuring a left-wing amnesty advocate discussing voter fraud.

If big media had any objectivity at all, they would be demanding a thorough investigation of these disgusting and systematic voter suppression and voter fraud efforts aimed at rigging our election.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Lyin' Hillary

The Political Left in America

Media Collusion
Donald Trump recently told supporters that Hillary Clinton "wouldn't have chance" without the media's support. He is probably right.

Recent revelations by Wikileaks prove beyond any doubt that we do not have an independent press. The so-called "mainstream media" are willing mouthpieces for Democrat propaganda. And the collusion with the left is all designed to demoralize conservatives and pre-determine the outcome of elections.

Here are just a few examples of the media's collusion with the Clinton campaign:

CNBC's John Harwood -- who was allowed to moderate a Republican primary debate -- often emailed Hillary's campaign chairman, John Podesta, telling him how "good" or "strong" Hillary was. Harwood congratulated Podesta on Hillary's primary victories over Bernie Sanders. In one case, Harwood wrote Podesta about a story he was working on and how it was something "she wants." In other messages, Harwood provided talking points on the GOP candidates or various issues.

DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile sent an email to Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton's communications director, telling Palmieri, "From time to time I get the questions in advance." Brazile shared a question about the death penalty. The next day, Hillary was asked a nearly identical question during a CNN town hall event. We also know that Clinton has gotten other questions in advance.

A New York Times reporter emailed Palmieri about a story he was writing on Hillary. The reporter told Palmieri, "You could veto what you didn't want."

The Clinton campaign was coordinating its messaging with Univision.

We know from other Wikileaks that even Chelsea Clinton has concerns about the corruption at the Clinton Foundation and that a liberal journalist thought Hillary lied "candidly." Of course, she does. She has had a lot of practice.

Not surprisingly, the Media Research Center notes that the big three networks have devoted 15 times more coverage to Trump's decade-old comments than to Hillary's Wikileaks revelations.

Mocking Faith

We also learned from leaks today that Hillary's top campaign operatives and their left-wing allies were mocking conservative Catholics and evangelicals.

In one exchange, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta discusses with a left-wing activist plans for infiltrating the Catholic Church to achieve a "Catholic Spring," meaning a liberalizing of the church's orthodox teachings. Podesta assured the activist that the left has already set up groups to do that.

In another exchange, John Halpin at the left-wing Center for American Progress (founded by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta) emailed Jennifer Palmieri, who now serves as Clinton's communications director, about a magazine article that described Rupert Murdoch's decision to raise his children as Catholics.

Halpin wrote: "Friggin' Murdoch baptized his kids in Jordan where John the Baptist baptized Jesus. Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic . . . It's an amazing bastardization of the faith."

Palmieri replied, "I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion. Their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals."

Karl Rove blasted the exchange as evidence of religious bigotry. "They mock deeply held beliefs. They mock the idea that two conservative Catholics would have their children baptized in the same river where John the Baptist baptized Jesus," Rove said. "This is so insensitive . . . it really borders on religious bigotry. . . This is unacceptable and Hillary Clinton ought to repudiate it," Rove added.

Brian Burch of called for Palmieri to be fired, saying, "Had Palmieri spoken this way about other groups, she would be dismissed."

My friends, let me remind you that Hillary Clinton has said that "deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs have to be changed" in order to accommodate the left's radical social agenda.

Sadly, some values voters are trashing Trump with the inevitable consequence that they will enable Hillary Clinton to become president. Their actions, if successful, will allow her to replace Justice Scalia, giving the left veto power over our First Amendment rights of free speech and religious liberty, as well as our Second Amendment rights of self-defense.

Going Forward

As you know, some Republican leaders and virtually the entire GOP consulting class are attempting to torpedo Donald Trump's campaign. It would be foolish to suggest that their efforts are not making the task of defeating Hillary Clinton more difficult.

Trump understandably was calling out some of those individuals by name last night. But here's what I would recommend he do: Use their actions to reinforce the major theme of his campaign -- that there is a corrupt elite in Washington, mostly on the left but also within the Republican establishment, and their agenda is hurting Main Street and putting our country in grave danger.

This corrupt elite refuses to secure the border, forcing working class men and women to compete against illegal immigrants for jobs and straining local public services. Our sons and daughters can be sent to secure the border of Iraq, but our elites refuses to secure our own borders.

Their trade policies are gutting our manufacturing base, sending jobs overseas and forcing American workers to compete against the slave wages of Third World workers.

When our vets return from the Middle East, they are unable to get the care they deserve at the VA. Democrats covered up the incompetence, corruption and waste at the VA, but Republicans failed to bring anyone to justice or to significantly reform the agency. Republicans talk about tax reform, but it never happens. No one has gone to jail for the IRS scandal, Fast and Furious or Benghazi.

This is not a hard case to make. In fact, a new study has found that the number one "fear" Americans have right now is government corruption. The second greatest fear is terrorism.

Meanwhile, a new Gallup survey finds that 54% of Americans think the government is too big and doing too much. Only 41% of Americans think the government should do more.

On these major issues -- political corruption, radical Islamic terrorism and the size of government -- the American people side with Donald Trump!