Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Seeing Red in the Green New Deal

(Image by Gary Varvel)

A lot happened last week—

—Our Grand Nagus declared a National Emergency for our porous border with Mexico.

—The DOJ/FBI at one point and to all intents-and-purposes discussed initiating a coup against Trump the Usurper.


But biggest on-going story revolved around Alexandra Occassio-Cortez (AOC), or “Comissar Cortez,” as I’ll call her.

I wanted to post everything newsworthy about earlier last week, but so much came out—and is still coming out—about Commissar Cortez’s vision of the Workers’ Paradise of Amerika.

It all started during the Martin Luther King Weekend, Occasional-Cortex declared the world is going to end in 12 years.

After Our Grand Nagus’ excellent SOTU (see previous post), Commissar Cortez went full Marxist—and has taken a good chunk of the Democratic Party, and their snowflake minions with her.

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Many of already know all about the Green New Deal (GND), although I’ve met a few who haven’t.  If you have, consider this a “week in review.”


Republicans slammed it, Our Grand Nagus slammed it, Stuart Varney called it economic nonsense.  But of course, Dimocrats love it.  Cory Booker compared it to the moon landing.

Surprised?

The main beef about the bill is that it’s heavy on socialism, but light on saving the environment.

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The GND is nothing short of a complete socialist take over of America, which Commissar Cortez 
denies—but has no problem with it.  YouTuber, Tim Pool, called it a Socialist Trojan Horse.

Liz Wheeler provided  5 things you need to know about the GND, while Steven Crowder had 4 takeaways

Kennedy observed that democratic socialists invent imaginary issues, along with calling the GND a fantasy resolution, while Roaming Millennial called it environmental racism, and Mark Steyn said both Commissar Cortez and her GND were denying reality

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One would think that after the notification of the GND with great fanfare, Team Cortez would stand by their bill. But when the criticism and ridicule hit Team Cortez like a tsunami, they back peddled, lied and attempted to gaslight the public

Republicans and conservative commentators had a week-long—and counting—field day over the GND.

While I think it’s something we can currently laugh at—we shouldn’t laugh this off.  Daisy Cousens warned not to underestimate her or the damage she could do

Commissar Cortez just gave us their entire playbook if the Democrats ever get super majorities in both houses of Congress and win the presidency.  Which is the only “good” thing the boys of Blue Collar Logic can see in the GND.

We could be dealing with Comissar Cortez for decades and be one election away from making America Venezuela.


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With the Donkey Drove re-assembling for the 2020 Presidential Election, here are some of the immediate repercussions of the GND—

—Diamond & Silk declared Commissar Cortez makes the Democrats look crazy.

—Steve Hilton thought the GND will be the gift that keeps on giving for the GOP.

—As for the Democrats, Tim Pool called Commissar Cortez is dangerously ignorant and is fracturing their party.


Let’s hope we put socialism & communism back on to the Ash Heap of History—and keep them there.


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Monday, February 11, 2019

Leftist Triggered by Trump's SOTU (2019)

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Last Tuesday (5 February), I was on-duty and was able to watch most of Our Grand Nagus' State of the Union (SOTU) Address (entire video via PBS).

I liked it, so did The Diplomad, and about 76% of the viewers polled by CNN. Michael Barone found Trump's SOTU surprisingly reflective and disciplined, while The Amazing Lucas said Trump "killed it."

You know who didn't like Trump the Usurper's speech?


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Democrats, and leftists in-general.

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Not what I'd call a surprise.

Liz Wheeler provided us with a synopsis on the 8 things Democrats refused to applaud for.

They didn't even like being called "Democrats" and prefer to be called "Democratic."

To be honest, I didn't know this.  I thought the term "Democratic" referred to a political process and not a political party.

Anyway, the "Dimocrats" as my friend & I like to call them, certainly showed their true colors during the SOTU...

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