Hypocrisy is the theme for Connecticut Democrats this election year.

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From Trevor Louden, an article exposes the fact that Connecticut legislators pointing fingers at Pres. Trump for Russian ties are in bed themselves with Communist organizations.

The article quotes each of Connecticut’s senators and five House members who are relentlessly scalding Pres. Trump for his alleged (unproven/fabricated) collusion with the Russian government.

For example, Senator Richard Blumenthal is quoted as saying: “President Trump has catastrophically compromised the FBI’s ongoing investigation of his own White House’s ties to Russia.”

From Congressman Jim Himes: “I will do everything in my power to ensure that this irresponsible move doesn’t end the necessary work law enforcement is conducting to discover the truth about Russia, its interference in our democracy and any and all who might be complicit.”

Louden then goes on to expose the red rumps of Pres. Trump’s accusers: “All seven Congress members listed above have direct ties to the pro-Moscow Connecticut Communist Party, through one or more of its three main front organizations: the Connecticut Alliance for Retired Americans, the New Haven Peace Council, or the New Haven Peoples Center.”

No one is spared Louden’s laser. He substantiates his hypocrisy headline with plenty of embarrassing detail, such as Rep. Rosa DeLauro’s multiple trips to communist Cuba.

“Every one of the Connecticut Congressional delegation would, if they were applying for low level federal jobs, struggle to pass an FBI background check,” ruminates Louden.

Read the article here.

~C.

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11 responses to “Hypocrisy is the theme for Connecticut Democrats this election year.

  1. I suspect that most of the people working in the FBI and DOJ couldn’t pass an honest background check. 😎 And that goes double for Congress.

    Hypocrites, all of them!

     
  2. Once again, the party of lying liars projects their activities on those they oppose. They would never win another political race were they honest about their proclivities.
    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell

     
  3. Lying losers doing what they know best. Sometimes I try to imagine what it must be like to be capable of embracing garbage like this. Think about setting out to be a professional liar for fun and profit.

    I’d be so ashamed I wouldn’t be able to look anyone in the eye. I like to remind people that there isn’t going to be a grand announcement and the globalist goons take over. They’re already here, up and running.

    This isn’t some “future event”. DCG is right. Without the “media” pumping out propaganda they’d be toast. Their job is to convince the viewing public that that overweight buzzard on the screen is a “beautiful Phoenix”.

     
  4. Never thought I would say this but perhaps Ralph Nader, who claims to be independent although he’s been affiliated with democrats and other parties, is the only sane political person living in Connecticut. Although sanity and politics in the same sentence is a tall order. Nader frequently opines in his local paper The Litchfield County Times.

     
    • Ever since he wrote “Unsafe at any Speed”, I’ve had trouble taking him seriously. Two examples he provides are clearly wrong. It is more hysterical than factual.

      We definitely need alternatives to two parties with the same boss, however. Politics is as ugly as it comes. It is almost something a decent person should avoid. It attracts psychopaths like filth attracts flies.

       
  5. Hypocrisy is the theme of Democrats in every state, every year!

     
  6. What’s America’s biggest problem that needs to be addressed? Russian collusion, the economy, racisim, violent crime, unemployement? Sorry. But the biggest problem America faces is democrats and their leftist, socialist, one world government, redistribution, etc. ad nausium, agenda.

     
  7. “Jim” Himes (Harvard, Greenwich, and Goldman Sachs) is living proof that communism or socialism would in practice amount to all power concentrated in the hands of the Jewish banksters who put him in office. And how ironic that if Himes has any interest in the poor, it goes no further than using them as disposable pawns to neutralize an educated middle class whose opposition to debt slavery is the real hope of the forlorn debt slaves whom Himes panders to. You can bet the only poor people visiting the Himes mansion without getting tasered by his security detail are Hispanic slaves cutting the grass and cleaning his toilets.

     
  8. Hypocrisy is the Vaseline of political intercourse

     

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