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Former Clinton staffer putting up “The NRA is a terrorist organization” billboards

nra billboard

Well that will surely change hearts and minds. And no doubt drive up NRA membership.

From Fox News: A new controversial Florida billboard is targeting the National Rifle Association as a “terrorist organization.”

The anti-NRA billboard is funded by Claude Taylor, a former White House staffer for President Bill Clinton, through MAD DOG PAC, a political action committee that also erected billboards calling for President Trump’s impeachment in states across the country.

The Pensacola billboard plainly states: “The NRA is a terrorist organization.”

The PAC’s website sells a “March For Our Lives Rally Pack” for $50 that includes an “NRA Terror” T-shirt and rally signs with “Impeachment Now” buttons and bumper stickers ahead of the gun-control rally on March 24 following the Florida school shooting that killed 17 people.

Taylor plans to put up more anti-NRA billboards in red states across the nation. “With the GOP majority in the House and in the Senate, the NRA makes impossible any meaningful, common-sense gun reform,” Taylor told the Pensacola News Journal.

The NRA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Folks in the area are not fans of the billboard calling the NRA a terrorist organization.

“It’s a freedom of speech thing, but it kind of borders on slander,” Patrick Eakins, an auto shop worker, told Pensacola News. “A lot of people here count on hunting and harvesting wild game and stuff like that for food. There’s a lot of gun owners here that are going to have a negative reaction to (the sign). Personally, I don’t agree with what it’s saying.”

Recently, anti-gun activists altered a billboard advertisement to read “Shoot A School Kid Only $29” outside of Las Vegas, where a shooter killed 58 people during a country music concert and injured hundreds more. Last month, a billboard was vandalized to read “Kill The NRA” along a major highway in Kentucky.

Taylor told the local news he plans to put up another NRA terror billboard in Oklahoma and two in Texas (I imagine THAT will go over well with folks in those states).

“The NRA is helping facilitate the introduction to the civilian marketplace of a broad range of military grade weaponry that is inappropriate, unsafe and unwise to have in civilian hands,” he said. “And legislatively, the NRA owns the GOP.”

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NBC/MSNBC reporter asks Chelsea Clinton about her dad’s sexual misconduct accusers


Yeah, riiiiiiiight.

From Fox News: First daughter Ivanka Trump scolded NBC and MSNBC reporter Peter Alexander for what she considered an inappropriate question about her father’s sexual misconduct accusers during an interview from South Korea on Monday.

The first daughter sat down with Alexander who, after a voice-over explaining that President Trump has denied accusations of sexual misconduct, asked, “Do you believe your father’s accusers?”

“I think it’s a pretty inappropriate question to ask a daughter if she believes the accusers of her father when he’s affirmatively stated that there’s no truth to it. I don’t think that’s a question you would ask many other daughters,” Ivanka fired back. “I believe my father, I know my father.”

Some pro-Trump viewers took to Twitter to defend the first daughter. One viewer tweeted, “Why even ask Ivanka Trump about the allegations of sexual misconduct against her Dad? What did Peter Alexander think she was going to say?”

Another viewer said, “The question was both crude and rude,” while many others pondered whether or not reporters would ask Chelsea Clinton a similar question about her father.

“Ivanka answered the very inflammatory & inappropriate questions from NBC perfectly,” a viewer tweeted. “Does NBC wonder why the public dislikes them so much?

Trump has denied accusations of different forms of sexual misconduct that have been levied against him.

Some media members defended Alexander, such as CNN’s Jake Tapper, who said Ivanka “works for the taxpayers” and he’s “trying to figure out what part of this is inappropriate.”

Washington Post’s Phillip Rucker, who is Alexander’s colleague as an MNSBC and NBC News analyst, wrote that it’s “not an inappropriate question” because “Ivanka Trump has chosen to work in the House as a staffer and presidential adviser.”

While many defended Alexander’s question because the first daughter also works for her father’s administration, some industry insiders have wondered if NBC is hypocritical when it comes to sexual misconduct.

NBC News Chairman Andy Lack also oversees MSNBC and Alexander frequently appears on both networks. Last year, Lack was forced to fire “Today” star Matt Lauer because of sexual misconduct allegations at the height of the #MeToo movement. Lack has not been transparent about the events that led up to the sudden firing of his close friend as parent company Comcast has said its top HR executives are investigating who knew what about Lauer’s behavior during his long reign at NBC.

There is no public information about the investigation into its news division, which is apparently still underway three months after Lauer was shown the door. Meanwhile, Lack has yet to give a cogent explanation for why NBC News spiked Ronan Farrow’s explosive reporting on Harvey Weinstein, which Farrow eventually took to the prestigious New Yorker magazine and is now receiving Pulitzer buzz for helping expose the disgraced Hollywood mogul as a sexual predator. A Vanity Fair feature tied the Weinstein and Lauer scandals together, quoting a former employee who said, “They were sitting in a glass house and they knew it.”

NBCUniversal told Fox News on Monday that the internal investigation is “ongoing” and involves top legal and human resources executives from the company.


Address book in Anthony Weiner’s laptop includes Soros, Rothschild, journalists and professors

Somebody, likely a “white hat” in the FBI, leaked the address book in the laptop computer of Anthony Weiner, aka Carlos Danger — former NY Democrat Congressman, convicted pedophile, and husband of Hillary’s closest aide Huma Abedin.

Anthony Weiner takes lewd pic of himself in the Congressional gym

The FBI had confiscated Weiner’s laptop in a raid in September 2016, while investigating Weiner’s sexting to an underage girl, for which he was convicted and sentenced to 21 months in Federal Medical Center, Ayer, Massachusetts.

Four days ago, on Feb. 6, Weiner’s address book of 639 names, addresses and phone numbers was uploaded to Sqawker.

Included in the list are:

  • George Soros.
  • Lynn de Rothschild, the CEO of E.L. Rothschild, a holding company she owns with her third husband, Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild, a member of the very powerful Rothschild family.
  • Republican Party consultant Roger Stone, whom you won’t find in the three groups (see below) because he doesn’t fit into any group.

Note that both Soros and Rothschild are buddies of Hillary Clinton:

As you would expect, since Anthony Weiner is Jewish, there are innumerable Jewish names among the 639.

Know thy enemies: I’ve sorted Weiner’s 639 contacts into 3 groups. Many individuals have overlapping roles, as in the case of academics who go in and out of government, and former government officials becoming academics.

Note that Weiner alphabetized his address book by his contacts’ first name, instead of their last name.

(1) Media: journalists, FILM makers, publishers, Actors

  1. Adam Gopnick, The New Yorker.
  2. Alan Rusbridger, The Guardian.
  3. Alex Gibney, documentary film-maker and owner of Jigsaw Productions.
  4. Allison Silver, New York Times.
  5. Ann Pincus, Center for Public Integrity, a non-profit investigative journalism organization.
  6. Anthony Barnett, Open Democracy.
  7. Anthony Lewis, journalist (d. 2013).
  8. Ariana Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post.
  9. Arnaud de Borchgrave: This one is a shocker. Arnaud de Borchgrave is a neo-conservative journalist, former editor-in-chief of The Washington Times, and a founding member of NewsMax.
  10. Becky Gardner, The Guardian.
  11. Ben Gerson, Harvard Business Review.
  12. Benjamin Haas, Harvard Business Review.
  13. Bill Murray, Public Affairs TV.
  14. Bill Richardson, Public Affairs TV.
  15. Brad Whitford, West Wing actor.
  16. Brant Janeway, Penguin Group.
  17. Caroline Marks, The Daily Beast.
  18. Celestine Bohlen, Bloomberg.
  19. Christiane Amanpour, journalist.
  20. Christoper Dickey, Newsweek and Daily Beast.
  21. Chrstine Ockrent, Belgian journalist.
  22. Dan Rather, former CBS anchorman.
  23. Danielle Mattoon, New York Times.
  24. David Brock, Media Matters.
  25. David Carr, New York Times.
  26. David Rosenthal, Simon & Schuster publishing co.
  27. David Talbot,
  28. Desiree Adib, Air America Radio.
  29. Dotty Lynch, CBS News.
  30. Doug Page, Chicago Tribune.
  31. Ed Vulliamy, Observer.
  32. Edward Felsenthal, Daily Beast.
  33. Eleanor Randolph, New York Times.
  34. Elisabeth Sifton, HuffPo, former senior VP of Farrar Straus and Giroux publisher.
  35. Eric Bates, Rolling Stone.
  36. Eugene Robinson, Washington Post.
  37. Evan Smith, Texas Monthly.
  38. Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek.
  39. Frank Mankiewicz, National Public Radio.
  40. Frank Rich, New York Times.
  41. Garry Trudeau, political cartoonist.
  42. Garry Wills, journalist/author.
  43. Gary Kamiya,
  44. George Packer, The New Yorker.
  45. George Weidenfeld, Orion Books.
  46. Greta Van Sustren, Fox News.
  47. Hamilton Fish, The New Republic.
  48. Harry Thomason, Hollywood TV-film producer-director.
  49. Henry Louis Gates, PBS, Harvard U. professor.
  50. Isabel Hilton, journalist, Open Democracy.
  51. Jacob Weisberg, Slate.
  52. Jake Tapper, CNN.
  53. James Fallows, The Atlantic.
  54. James Harding, Financial Times and former BBC.
  55. James Pinkerton, Financial Times.
  56. Jane Mayer, New Yorker.
  57. Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone.
  58. Jeff Seroy, Farrar Straus and Giroux publisher.
  59. Jeffrey Toobin, New Yorker.
  60. Jim Naughtie, BBC.
  61. Jon Lovett, Hollywood producer and screen writer.
  62. Jonathan Larsen, Air America Radio.
  63. Judy Blodgett, Discovery CEO.
  64. Julian Borger, The Guardian.
  65. Julie Sender, Balcony Films.
  66. Katrina Vanden Huevel, The Nation.
  67. Ken Slotnick, Florentine Films (makes documentaries for PBS).
  68. Kerry Lauerman, Salon.
  69. Lally Weymouth, Washington Post.
  70. Laura McClure, Salon.
  71. Lisa Chamberlain, Financial Times.
  72. Lucy Carrigan, Air America Radio.
  73. Lynn Sweet, Chicago Sun Times.
  74. Martin Kettle, The Guardian.
  75. Mike Allen, Time magazine.
  76. Narda Zacchino, San Francisco Chronicle.
  77. Nick Goldberg, Los Angeles Times.
  78. Paul Glastris, Washington Monthly.
  79. Richard Cohen, Washington Post.
  80. Richard French, RNN TV.
  81. Rick Berke, New York Times.
  82. Robert Cohen, New York Times.
  83. Ryan Lizza, New Yorker.
  84. Scott Turow, novelist.
  85. Tom Baldwin, The Times.
  86. Tom Edsall, National Journal.
  87. Walter Pincus, Washington Post.

(2) Academics, intellectuals, and think tanks

  1. Andras Hamori, Carnegie Endowment.
  2. Andrew & Leslie Cockburn, Army War College.
  3. Arturo Valenzuela, rabbi, Duke University (and former assistant secretary of state for Western hemisphere affairs in the Obama administration).
  4. Bill Schneider,
  5. Caroline Heldman, Occidental College.
  6. Cass Sunstein, Harvard Law School, Obama’s administrator of White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
  7. Charles Tiefer, U. of Baltimore.
  8. Charlie Kupchan, Council on Foreign Relations.
  9. Dan Freifeld, NYU.
  10. David Greenberg, Rutgers U.
  11. David Lesch, Trinity U.
  12. Derek Shearer, Occidental College.
  13. Douglas Brinkley, Rice U.
  14. EJ Dionne, Brookings Institute.
  15. Elaine Kamarck, Harvard U.
  16. Gayle Smith, American Academy in Berlin.
  17. James Galbraith, U. of Texas.
  18. Robert Riech, U.C. Berkeley, Bill Clinton’s former Secretary of Labor.
  19. Gary Sick, Columbia U.
  20. Geoffrey Cowan, U. of Southern California.
  21. Jack Bass, College of Charleston.
  22. Janet Napolitano, president of U. of California, Obama’s secretary of Homeland Security.
  23. Jessica Stern, Harvard U.
  24. Jim Steinberg, U. of Texas.
  25. John Sifton, Human Rights Watch, One World Research.
  26. Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia U
  27. Juan Cole, U. of Michigan.
  28. Lari Martinez, Florida International U.
  29. Larry Diamond, Stanford U.
  30. Laura Tyson, U.C. Berkeley, chair of Bill Clinton’s White House Council of Economic Advise
  31. Martha Camp, Princeton U.
  32. Michael Janeway, Columbia U.
  33. Michael Sheehan, NYU.
  34. Michael Vachon, Soros Fund Management.
  35. Michael Waldman, NYU.
  36. Paul Krugman, Princeton U.
  37. Peter Beinart, City U. of New York.
  38. Peter Singer, Princeton U., the celebrated “moral philosopher” who says it’s okay to rape the mentally disabled, among others of his atrocious beliefs.
  39. Peter Steinfels, Fordham U.
  40. Philip Bobbitt, U. of Texas.
  41. Ralph Whitehead, U. of Massachusetts.
  42. Richard Parker, Harvard U.
  43. Robert Pape, U. of Chicago.
  44. Robert Scheer, U. of Southern California.
  45. Robert Jay Lifton, psychiatrist and notable author.
  46. Ron Steel, U. of Southern California.
  47. Sarah Chase, Harvard U.
  48. Sean Wilentz, Princeton U.
  49. Sheldon Hackney, U. of Pennsylvania.
  50. Stephen Holmes, New York U.
  51. Stephen Schlesinger
  52. Ted Widmer, Brown U.
  53. Timothy Garton Ash, Oxford U.
  54. Todd Gitlin, Columbia U.
  55. Tom Frank, U. of Chicago.

(3) Clinton and Democrat Party operatives

  1. Andrew Shapiro, Senator Hillary Clinton.
  2. Ben Jones, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.
  3. Bruce Lindsey, Bill Clinton’s White House assistant, current chair of the Clinton Foundation.
  4. Bill Gates (unnamed assistant of).
  5. Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, member of Ford Foundation board of trustees.
  6. Cheryl Mills, secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff.
  7. David McKean, secretary of state John Kerry’s assistant, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg (2016-2017).
  8. Deborah de Shong, Democratic National Committee (DNC).
  9. Denis McDonough, Obama’s White House chief of staff.
  10. Doug Band, Bill Clinton’s White House deputy assistant and counselor.
  11. Ed Miliband, leader of UK’s Labour Party.
  12. Ellen Chesler, Soros NY.
  13. Gara LaMarche, Democracy Alliance, former VP of Soros’ Open Society.
  14. Gary Hart, former US senator, McGovern’s VP running mate, Obama’s US special envoy for Northern Ireland.
  15. Harold Ickes, Bill Clinton’s White House deputy chief of staff.
  16. Henry Waxman, former Congressman.
  17. Hillary Clinton.
  18. Howard Wolfson, Democratic Party political strategist.
  19. Huma Abedin.
  20. James Carville.
  21. James Rubin, Bill Clinton’s assistant secretary of state.
  22. Jason Miner, DNC.
  23. John Podesta.
  24. John Rich, World Nuclear Association, founded in 2001 on the basis of the Uranium Institute.
  25. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, chair of American Bridge, non-profit that raises funds for Democrat Party.
  26. Lanny Davis, Bill Clinton’s White House special counsel.
  27. Laura Graham, COO of Clinton Foundation.
  28. Lynn de Rothschild.
  29. Marc Dunkelman, Clinton Foundation.
  30. Mickey Cantor, Bill Clinton’s secretary of commerce.
  31. Paul Begala, Bill Clinton’s adviser.
  32. Philippe Reines, Sen. Hillary Clinton’s senior adviser in Obama State Dept.
  33. Richard Blumenthal, US senator.
  34. Richard Holbrooke, Obama’s special envoy, Bill Clinton’s UN ambassador.
  35. Robert Rubin, Bill Clinton’s treasury secretary, current chair of Council on Foreign Relations.
  36. Sarah Hurwitz, speech writer for Michele Obama, Hillary Clinton and other prominent Demonrats.
  37. Soros.
  38. Stephanie Streett, Clinton Foundation.
  39. Steve McMahon, Democratic media consultant.
  40. Susan McCue, worked for Sen. Harry Reid.
  41. Tamera Luzzato, former chief of staff to Senator Hillary Clinton, now Pew Charitable Trust’s senior vice president of governmental relations.
  42. Terry McAuliffe, Gov. of Virginia.
  43. Tony Blinken, Obama’s deputy national security adviser who flicks his tongue like a snake.
  44. Wes Boyd,


Melania Trump had White House exorcised

The Left had a cow when, a year ago on February 18, 2017, Melania Trump recited The Lord’s Prayer at a rally of 9,000 people at Orlando-Melbourne Airport, Florida, on February 18, 2017.

The Left are sure to go into another meltdown when they learn that Melania Trump had the White House exorcised before moving in.

Paul Begley is the pastor of the Community Gospel Baptist Church in Knox, Indiana. In a CNSNews audio recording (below), Begley said:

“When the President [Trump] allowed 40 pastors to come into the White House and . . . lay their hands on him –seven times he’s done this– that’s unheard of, we have never. I mean the guy has got flaws, we all do. But at least he’s humble in recognizing that he needs God enough that he keeps bringing them in for prayer. I gotta say this: It might have started with the First Lady [Melania], I’d be honest with you.”

Evangelical leaders pray over President Trump, July 10, 2017

“The First Lady, in the five hours when the Obamas and the Trumps were down in the Capitol and Trump’s being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Melania Trump said to her husband, ‘I’m not going to go into that White House unless it has been completely exorcised.’

I mean because apparently, over the eight years that the Obamas were there and maybe even some of the presidents before him, there were all kinds of idol gods and images, and all kinds of artifacts in there that were demonic, even some of the stuff left over from the Clinton era ’cause they were really tied in with the Haitians. I can tell you if you read The Serpent and The Rainbow story, you’ll find out just how much Haitian witch-doctor influence was in Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton’s lives. They constantly went back there. They spent their honeymoon with a witch doctor! Who does that?”

Note: Begley is referring to Wade Davis’ book, The Serpent and The Rainbow: A Harvard Scientist’s Astonishing Journey into the Secret Societies of Haitian Voodoo, Zombis, and Magic. See also:

“But Melania said, ‘You gotta get all that out of there. And send in some preachers, priests (she wanted priests, anyone), go in there and cleanse the White House or I would not spend one night in there.’

And he [Donald Trump] did! During the five hours when they were changing carpets and drapes, there were people in there packing up every item. The only thing left was one cross on one wall. They cleansed the White House. They had people anointing it with oil, praying everywhere.

This was a major spiritual . . . you’ve got to take the seat of authority when you go into spiritual warfare, you start with the spiritual authority and then it goes from there out. And I think that might have been where the whole thing began — in a mighty way of exorcising the demons.”



Sunday Smile: The best election night compilation video of all time

Warning: Some foul language due to libtard butt hurt.

This will NEVER GET OLD.


Hillary Clinton explains why she didn’t fire aide accused of sexual harassment

In a nutshell: Learn from the past, support women, give second chances, blah, blah, blah.

But Hillary didn’t support any woman who accused her husband. In fact, she threatened the women, called them names and defamed them.

Such a vile and repugnant woman.

From NY Post: Hillary Clinton has finally offered an explanation as to why she didn’t fire a top campaign aide over allegations that he sexually harassed a female staffer.

Speaking in a lengthy Facebook post on Tuesday night ― which she posted just minutes before President Trump’s State of the Union address Clinton claimed that she kept Burns Strider on her team in 2008 because she “didn’t think firing him was the best solution to the problem.”

“He needed to be punished, change his behavior, and understand why his actions were wrong,” she wrote. “The young woman needed to be able to thrive and feel safe. I thought both could happen without him losing his job. I believed the punishment was severe and the message to him unambiguous.”

Furthermore, Clinton said that she believes “in second chances” ― and wants to “continue to believe in them” ― despite what others think.

“I’ve been given second chances and I have given them to others,” she explained. “But sometimes they’re squandered. In this case, while there were no further complaints against him for the duration of the campaign, several years after working for me he was terminated from another job for inappropriate behavior. That reoccurrence troubles me greatly, and it alone makes clear that the lesson I hoped he had learned while working for me went unheeded. Would he have done better ― been better ― if I had fired him? Would he have gotten that next job? There is no way I can go back 10 years and know the answers. But you can bet I’m asking myself these questions right now.”

Clinton said she waited to respond to the reports about the Strider situation because she wanted to find the best way to deal with them.

“You may question why it’s taken me time to speak on this at length,” she said. “The answer is simple: I’ve been grappling with this and thinking about how best to share my thoughts. I hope that my doing so will push others to keep having this conversation ― to ask and try to answer the hard questions, not just in the abstract but in the real-life contexts of our roles as men, women, bosses, employees, advocates, and public officials.”

Clinton went on to say that it was “reassuring” to hear that the female staffer in question “felt supported back then ― and that all these years later, those feelings haven’t changed.”

She refused to apologize for keeping Strider on, but did say that if she had to do it again, she “wouldn’t.”

“Over the past year, a seismic shift has occurred in the way we approach and respond to sexual harassment, both as a society and as individuals,” Clinton said. “This shift was long overdue. It occurred thanks to women across industries who stood up and spoke out, from Hollywood to sports to farm workers ― to the very woman who worked for me.”

She added, “We can’t go back, but we can certainly look back, informed by the present. We can acknowledge that even those of us who have spent much of our life thinking about gender issues and who have firsthand experiences of navigating a male-dominated industry or career may not always get it right…I hope that women will continue to talk and write about their own experiences and that they will continue leading this critical debate, which, done right, will lead to a better, fairer, safer country for us all.”


To “support” women, Hillary reads from a book at the Grammy Awards…and it wasn’t Juanita’s book

broaddrick tweet

The Grammy Awards last night was, as expected, a full-on display of Trump Derangement Syndrome. See Twitchy’s report here.

Hillary even made an appearance to read an excerpt from the fictional work of Michael Wolff (via HuffPo):

“In a sketch during the award show, host James Corden gathered music greats Cher, John Legend, DJ Khaled, Cardi B and Snoop Dogg to audition to narrate Michael Wolff’s best-selling account of President Donald Trump’s White House, Fire & Fury: Inside the Trump White House, in an effort to get nominated for the Best Spoken Word Album category. But there was one not-so-musically inclined reader in the mix too: Hillary Clinton”

See the video at the HuffPo link above as I’m not inclined to put it on this post.

At the award show, many of the attendees wore white roses as a “gesture” of the Time’s Up campaign to support women. From ABC News:

“When music’s biggest stars walked the red carpet Sunday night as they headed into the Grammy Awards, many were spotted either wearing a white rose or holding a single white rose in their hands.

The gesture is in honor of Time’s Up, which aims to spark conversation around “equality and safety in the workplace,” music executive Karen Rait said ahead of the ceremony.

Kelly Clarkson, who held her white rose, said on “E! Live from the Red Carpet” that after looking into what the white rose represented she decided to join the movement. “It represents hope and peace and sympathy and resistance,” she said. “Those are lovely things for every human to encompass.”

Funny how their support of equality didn’t translate into reality as only one woman won a main award at the show last night.

So I wonder why the host of this year’s Grammy Awards show, or any others in the past years, didn’t have any celebrities read from Juanita Broaddrick’s book “You’d Better Put Some Ice On That: How I Survived Being Raped by Bill Clinton?”

Doesn’t every survivor of sexual assault deserve to be heard, believed, and supported?

And why did the proggies celebrate Hillary reading this when it was reported, just days before, that she fired a male aide accused of sexually harassing a female? I think we all know the answer to that question.

Hillary Clinton and her Hollyweird sycophants can stuff their moral virtue signaling where the sun doesn’t shine. Their sympathy and concern for the safety of women only revolves around their own ideological views, not the REAL victims of sexual assault.