Thursday, February 1, 2018

Trump puts Dems 'in the dump' over SOTU

Secret lovers? It rings true.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi looked like someone killed her cat and ate it in front of her as she sat and listened to President Trump's State of the Union address.

Sitting beside Minority Whip and paramour [because it 'rings true' and "if it rings true it is true," according to "Fire and Fury" author and serial schmuck Michael Wolff] the pair looked as if the end of the world was just announced.

The president's speech earned strong support in polls from viewers. They said his appeals for bipartisanship and national unity hit the right notes of challenge to a horribly divided Congress. So horrible, in fact, Rep. Maxine Waters gave a pre-recorded speech of her own as a rebuttal to Trump's even though she wasn't in attendance to hear it.

According to a CBS poll, 75 percent of those who watched the speech approved of it, calling it unifying and even backing Trump's policies.

Heck, why not? Many of those policies are not even conservative and are clearly liberal, such as paid leave.

Democrats saw the speech the way they see everything that doesn't agree with their leftist agenda: as racist. 

When Trump highlighted black families who teenage children were killed by MS-13 gang members, the left said this was racist. Just because MS-13 gang members kill folks, doesn't mean that all MS-13 gang members are bad people. That's apparently their logic because that was what Trump was saying.

In an effort to explain how she hears Trump say what she wants to hear, Sen. Kamala Harris said: "While I am always willing to work with my colleagues across the aisle, the president's call for bipartisanship and unity rings hollow."

And in those words, again, of Michael Wolff, if it rings hollow, it is hollow. Don't believe your lying ears and eyes.

Harris is obviously planning to run for president in 2020, so she's pretending to be able to work across the aisle. She is so far to the left, she has a nude photo of Karl Marx on her wall.

Kevin Sheridan, a Republican Party strategist, believes the Democrats are so ensnared by their distaste for anything Trump, that it puts them in a box whereby they can end up being their own worst enemies.

"They loathe this man; we get it," Sheridan said. "It is just what else do they have to offer voters? That is it? That is not a positive and optimistic agenda. They are just running on Trump hatred, and it manifests itself in everything they say or do, including in Nancy Pelosi's scowling face."

Sheridan said of Democrats that "They have no message. They have no policy agenda other than 'We hate Donald Trump.'"

I can hear Maxine Waters thinking, 'Isn't that enough?'

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