Soros Funded Plot Exposed
George Soros is apparently not a fan of conservative TV host Sean Hannity. The Soros-funded group Media Matters is shaming advertisers in an effort to pull Hannity ads following his interview with accused sexual abuser Roy Moore.
Media Matters President Angelo Carusone tweeted Keurig, “Good afternoon @Keurig. You are currently sponsoring Sean Hannity’s show. He defends child molester Roy Moore and attacks women who speak out against sexual harassment. Please reconsider.” Following the tweet, Keurig pulled their advertising.
Hannity responded by sending his followers to the site angelocarusone.com, exposing Media Matters’ president as anti-gay, anti-Semitic, and racist. Hannity supporters quickly launched a viral campaign that featured loyalists smashing their Keurigs. And almost as quickly as it decided to take sides, Keurig is backing down.
It used to be that conservatives meekly rolled over when Soros-funded smear campaigns targeted conservative stars. Those days are gone. (Read More…)
Nancy Wells, the mother of Leigh Corfman, who has accused Alabama Republican Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was only 14, has informed the media that her daughter did not initiate the conversation with The Washington Post exposing Moore as a pedophile.
Wells told reporters, “It wasn’t done for politics, you know. It was done for personal reasons. And it wouldn’t have been done if the reporters hadn’t contacted my daughter.”
Moore is denying the accusations, although his denials seem questionable at best. When asked by Sean Hannity if he dated any teenage girls while in his thirties, Moore replied: “Not generally, no,” adding that to do so would be “out of my customary behavior.”
That’s weak. In fact, it’s essentially an admission that he did. So far, five women have come forward with allegations. It doesn’t look good for Moore. (Read More…)
The Podesta Group, known as one of the most successful lobbying firms in Washington, may be closed by the end of 2017. And it’s all due to Robert Mueller’s Russian collusion investigation.
Tony Podesta informed the company he was stepping down from leadership on the same day that Paul Manafort and Rick Gates were indicted by the Mueller probe. His brother, John Podesta, the former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman, is being investigated over ties to “opposition research” firm Fusion GPS and the fake Trump dossier.
The Podesta group is also under investigation for possible violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). While the Podestas are powerful, they are not above the law. Good riddance. (Read More…)
MSNBC host Chris Hayes recently put Democrats on blast for covering for former President Bill Clinton. Hayes said: “As gross and cynical and hypocritical as the right’s ‘what about Bill Clinton’ stuff is, it’s also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”
Bill Clinton is an abuser that has dodged punishment for his predatory behavior for years. It is time for that to change. (Read More…)
As tensions continue to escalate on the Korean Peninsula, Lt. Gen. Jan-Marc Jouas, a former deputy commander of U.S. forces in Korea, recently wrote a letter to members of Congress stating that our troops stationed there would have little to no chance if war were to break out.
Jouas warned that it could take months to build up reinforcements and they would be too late to help those stationed there during the initial attack. The U.S. has 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea, while North Korea has a military force of 1.2 million.
I hope this problem can be solved diplomatically, but in the event it isn’t, President Trump his generals should take heed and ensure that US troops aren’t left defenseless. (Read More…)
President Trump stated in a news conference in Hanoi, Vietnam, “I believe that he [Putin] feels that he and Russia did not meddle in the election. As to whether I believe it, I’m with our agencies.”
While Trump is standing with U.S. agencies, he sees Russia as a major ally in eliminating ISIS. Trump’s response was diplomatic but firm, showing that he’s not afraid to stand his ground, but not quick to provoke unnecessary tensions with potential allies. That’s a refreshing change from our previous president. (Read More…)