Here’s a rundown of some of this week’s most notable crazy leftist moments on camera that legacy media won’t cover.
A live, in-person crowd booing centrist favorites like Clinton and perhaps even complaining (or kneeling) during the anthem would have been bad optics.
The poster depicts an 11-year-old and three preteen friends posing suggestively in barely-there dance uniforms, looking more like Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders than children.
Any slim, near-impossible chance the Democratic National Committee might have realized the dangers of dead air and pulled off last-minute live-audience re-tapes were dashed.
After all the hype, the Democratic Party’s Me Too-era reckoning over Bill Clinton ended with the former president getting a speaking slot at the 2020 DNC.
Like Hillary’s mistake in passing over the state in the 2016 presidential race, the Biden campaign’s recent decision to skip Wisconsin could haunt him.
‘I’m on the team’ is a message from Bill Hagerty that Republican leadership, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, likes to hear.
At a time America lacks heroes, John Lewis’s memory is a blessing.
Barack Obama says there is no precedent for anyone getting away with perjury. He forgot about his buddy Bill Clinton.
District Court Judge Eric Moye sentenced a Dallas salon owner to seven days in jail and ordered her to pay a $7,000 fine for violating lockdown orders.
Hillary Clinton endorsed Joe Biden Tuesday as the former vice president faces new developments in sexual assault allegations.
Dennis Quaid offered praise for the Trump’s handling of the pandemic over the Wuhan coronavirus in an interview with the Daily Beast published Wedenesday.
Trump declared a national emergency over the Wuhan virus Friday, invoking the Stafford Act to release additional resources to combat the outbreak.
GOP Senator Susan Collins announced Tuesday that while she believes President Donald Trump engaged in misconduct, it did not meet the high bar for removal.
Those chattering about President Trump’s impeachment trial have largely ignored one unique precedent, in the form of two words uttered by a senator from Pennsylvania: Not proved.
Gene Healy, vice president at the Cato Institute, joins Ben Domenech on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
President Donald Trump’s legal team on impeachment will feature several high-profile legal minds as the White House prepares for a Senate trial.
There is a simple reason President Trump should not have been impeached by the House, and the Senate should acquit him: Epstein didn’t kill himself.
Chuck Schumer wants 2019 impeachment trial to be bipartisan, but seven Senate Democrats who are still in power voted against the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
In contrast to the kangaroo court being overseen by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, past impeachment probes have been bipartisan, tied to a straightforward offense, and timely.
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