Democrat jackasses vs. Republican elephants *

Aren’t you glad you’re a Republican! Don’t you wish everyone was!


And now we have Chelsea Clinton, who, during an interview in London to peddle a book she allegedy wrote, said that President Trump “degrades what it means to be an American,” and she added she encourages Brits to protest his planned visit to the U.K. in July.


There’s not enough Xanax in the world to be able to bear another Clinton.

The outgoing and incoming face of the Democratic Party. As someone said, The Clintons are like a virus—they keep coming back, and there’s no stopping them.
Meanwhile, a few of the sitting jackasses who put their hatred of President Trump ahead of serving their country.


  • How did the Democrat and Republican symbols come about?

The Donkey

Presidential candidate Andrew Jackson was the first Democrat to be associated with the donkey symbol. His opponents during the election of 1828 tried to label him a “jackass” for his populist beliefs and slogan, “Let the people rule.” Jackson was entertained by the notion and ended up using it to his advantage on his campaign posters.

Also, political cartoonist Thomas Nast is credited with making the donkey the recognized symbol of the Democratic Party. It first appeared in a cartoon in Harper’s Weekly in 1870, and was supposed to represent an anti-Civil War faction. But the public was immediately taken by it and by 1880 it had already become the unofficial symbol of the party.

The Elephant

The cartoonist Thomas Nast was also responsible for the Republican Party elephant. In a cartoon that appeared in Harper’s Weekly in 1874, Nast drew a donkey clothed in lion’s skin, scaring away all the animals at the zoo. One of those animals, the elephant, was labeled “The Republican Vote.” That’s all it took for the elephant to become associated with the Republican Party.


Lock ’n load!

President Trump’s army of Deplorables are ready to do battle against left-wing liberals who are hellbent on sabotaging his Presidency.
A billboard on a rural highway in southern Maryland states it loud and clear:
Hey liberals better get your guns if you try to impeach President Trump. From all of your deplorables in Calvert County.
The sign, which was put up by an unamed local resident, offends two different groups in two different ways, said Captain Dave Payne of the Sheriff’s Office.
Liberal Democrats complain that it’s offensive and should be taken down, and Republicans say the owner shouldn’t be pressured to take it down.
“We can’t win,” said Payne, “we’re caught in the middle.”
The bottom line is the sign is protected by the First Amendment — freedom of speech. And thank the Founding Fathers for that!


Trump rocks!


Likened to Ronald Reagan

”One of the best speeches ever!”

To the cheers of a wildly enthusiastic crowd President Trump tossed aside his prepared remarks at a convention of conservatives on Friday and gave a free-wheeling speech reminiscent of his electrifying campaign days.

Trump’s arrival at the Conservative Political Action Committee convention in National Harbor, Maryland, fired up the gathering’s largest audience ever who waited hours to get in to see Trump and hear him speak.

Without further ado, here’s Breitbart’s report by Matthew Boyle:

Less than two years after his historic victory over Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Donald Trump has finally completed his hostile takeover of the conservative movement begun almost a decade ago, long before he officially launched his 2016 presidential campaign in mid-2015.

Providing a flavor of the campaign Trump of 2016, Trump offered a flare of traditional conservative movement red meat swirled together with his own brand of celebrity in a winding hour-plus speech wherein he frequently veered off prepared remarks. The president issued a battle cry to the key conservative activists and movement power players in the country, a sign to key conservatives that he is girding for war with Democrats ahead of November’s all-important ballot test.

“We’ve all come a long way together. We’ve come a long way together. I’m thrilled to be back at CPAC, with so many of my wonderful friends and amazing supporters, and proud conservatives,” Trump, now President of the United States, said in his speech on Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) hosted by the American Conservative Union (ACU). Trump went on:

Remember when I first started running? Because I wasn’t a politician, fortunately. But do you remember I started running and people would say, ‘Are you sure he’s a conservative?’ I think now we’ve proved that I’m a conservative, right? For more than four decades, this event has served as a forum for our nation’s top leaders, activists, writers, thinkers. Year after year, leaders have stood in this stage to discuss what we can do together to protect our heritage, to promote our culture, and to defend our freedom. CPAC has always been about big ideas and it’s also been about putting those ideas into action. And CPAC really has put a lot of ideas into action. We’ll talk about some of them this morning.

The crowd that greeted Trump here was the biggest ever in CPAC history, per the head of the ACU.

“This is the largest crowd we have ever had at a CPAC. I know we’re trying to build a wall, but we busted through a wall to open up the room—if you look behind you all the way back to the back of the hotel,” ACU chairman Matt Schlapp said when introducing the president to loud applause, adding: “This is CPAC history, folks.”

This appearance was hardly Trump’s first here. The first time the now President of the United States spoke at CPAC was in 2011, and he spoke every year until 2016 during the campaign, when efforts to get him to CPAC blew up amid negotiations as Republicans in many states were voting for him for the nomination. Trump would go on to win the nomination, and then the presidency, shocking the world—including many CPAC regulars. Trump came back to CPAC last year as a newly inaugurated president to begin to suture wounds in the conservative movement opened during the 2016 primary, and he returned again this year to declare victory.

“For the last year, with your help, we have put more great conservative ideas into use than perhaps ever before in American history,” Trump said, before delivering more than an hour of greatest hits from his presidency’s first year—mixed with some exciting energetic flashbacks to top campaign rhetoric highlights. The President said:

We’ve confirmed a record number — so important — of circuit court judges, and we are going to be putting in a lot more. And they will interpret the law as written. And we’ve confirmed an incredible new Supreme Court justice, a great man, Neil Gorsuch. Right? We’ve passed massive — biggest in history — tax cuts and reforms. You know, I don’t use the word ‘reform.’ There was a lot of reform, too. Very positive reform. I don’t use it. And when we were first doing it, I told everybody — everybody gathered — I said, ‘Just talk about tax cuts. People don’t know what reform means. They think reform might mean it’s going up.’ And I said, ‘Do tax cuts.’

After a sole leftist protester interrupted Trump’s speech—there was only one protester—the president issued a call to arms for the GOP base to fight the left during the upcoming midterm elections, one of many he’d issue over the course of the hour. At one point, Trump even pulled out of his suit pocket a copy of the “snake” poem he infamously read on the campaign trail—and read it again live for the audience here.

“I was backstage, it was one of his best speeches,” House Freedom Caucus chairman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) told Breitbart News right afterwards in the hallway outside the ballroom. “It wasn’t the TelePrompter. And it was really from his heart. It was reconnecting, it reminded me of his days on the campaign trail, it was reconnecting with the audience. It was vintage Donald Trump. Now, I have to say, it was vintage President Donald Trump.”

Meadows added that Trump has “hit his stride.”

“He is not only putting forward conservative policy, but he’s also making sure that the policy going forward is conservative,” Meadows said. “It’s interesting when you look, when a lot of people were saying he wasn’t really a conservative—well, his policy sure is.”

“I think the president is speaking to a very warm crowd here at CPAC. These are the people that helped make him president,” Bossie told Breitbart News. “The conservative movement—which now we throw around terms like ‘nationalist’ and ‘populist,’ we now use different terms, but it’s always been the Reagan conservative movement, the Reagan conservative mantle. President Trump, if you look at his campaign and you look at his first 13 months in office, his conservative credentials are spectacular, from Neil Gorsuch to the tax cut to our foreign policy back to peace through strength. It’s been a tremendous success for conservatives and I’m glad that he came here to remind people about his conservatism.”

Nationally syndicated radio host and Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham made a similar point in her speech, in which she compared Trump to Ronald Reagan.

Trump implored conservatives to fight like they mean it in the midterms to stop the Democrats and break the blue wave forming off the coast. He said:

So you got to keep up the enthusiasm. Now what happens, by the way, they lose. And then you have the presidential election coming up again, and you clobber them because everybody gets off their ass and they get out and they work. Right? And they work. And they work and work and work. And you end up winning the Presidency again. And we should do that — hopefully we’re going to do that very easily. But never — we have to worry — right now, we have a big race coming up in ’18. You have to get out. You have to just get that enthusiasm. Keep it going. See, the word, really, is ‘complacent.’ People get complacent. It’s a natural instinct. You just won, and now you’re happy and you’re complacent. Don’t be complacent. Okay? Don’t be complacent. Because if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts, they will put judges in that you wouldn’t believe, they’ll take away your Second Amendment, which we will never allow to happen. They’ll take away your Second Amendment.

Trump’s important CPAC speech—perhaps the best he has given as President, save maybe his first State of the Union or his address to a joint session of Congress in his first few months—served not just as a reminder of why 2016 was so important but as a wake-up call to Republicans moving forward.

Lawmakers act to oust Mueller


Former G-man investigating Trump knew about Clinton’s crooked uranium deal and did nothing

Republican congressman introduce legislation to remove Robert Mueller as special counsel in the Trump-Russia investigation.

Mueller was director of the FBI when U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton approved the sale of 20 percent of U.S. uranium supplies to the Russians.

The bill to oust Mueller was introduced by Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), who say Mueller’s FBI found evidence of criminal corruption in the deal, but didn’t bring charges against anyone.

Rod_Rosenstein_US_Attorney.jpgThe GOP move is way overdue. Mueller, who loaded his investigative team with Clinton donors in an egregious abuse of his role as special prosecutor, is part of the treasonous Deep State plot to topple President Trump.

Trump, who is known to be fearless, continues to place himself in this potentially hazardous position.

After firing FBI Director James Comey, Trump should have fired Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (left) for appointing Mueller — Comey’s predecessor and close friend.

And then the president should have fired Mueller.