According to many House Democrats, Trump’s ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ include criticizing NFL players and tweeting mean things about the Squad.
From the grand Russia conspiracy to the president’s mental health, Democrats are hellbent on removing Trump from office with any excuse for impeachment.
Too many Americans don’t really know what our rights and freedoms mean.
In the past couple of months, Republicans and government officials who work for President Trump have received death threats, been run out of restaurants and stores, and followed to their cars.
Now that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave a restaurant out of the owner’s ‘moral conviction,’ some say it’s time to ‘go low’ and ‘fight dirty.’
The Federalist’s David Marcus joins Ben Domenech for a discussion on why the government shouldn’t fund the arts, New York politics, and more.
The Federalist reached out to all of the Democratic leadership in Congress. Every office declined to object to Rep. Maxine Waters’ call for public harassment of Trump officials. Later, Nancy Pelosi sent one tame tweet.
Millions of Americans on both sides of the aisle were heartbroken by the separation of these migrant families, but Waters has crossed the line.
There is a special kind of irony in criticizing Scalise, the victim of a political assassination attempt, for speaking out about political discourse.
In the United States, even the pretend oppressed can kick the imaginary Nazi out of their establishment, as we saw when the co-owner of the Red Hen booted Sarah Huckabee Sanders from her restaurant.
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