After Gab was taken down in response to Robert Bowers’ presence on the social media platform, former DNC chairman Howard Dean—now chairman emeritus—tweeted the following:
Accused Ponzi scheme fraudster Brian Krassenstein is celebrating the takedown of Gab.
Can words spoken or tweeted by Donald Trump incite violence?
In the current Bizarro world of American politics words are no different than pipe bombs.
Michael Moore had an epiphany while on the road to Rome.
According to Michelle Obama, as a citizen you don’t need to be well-informed on the issues, and you certainly don’t need to “read every article” in order to participate in what is a fixed horse race.
It’s amazing how delusional Americans are, especially Democrats, although Republicans suffer from their own hallucinations and demons.
I just read another Max Boot editorial posted by The Washington Post, the former crown jewel of the CIA’s Operation Mockingbird.
Max is a Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow. He’s part of a klatch of neocons who have dominated US foreign policy since the election of George W. Bush. In his latest Post article, Boot argues the election of Donald Trump wouldn’t have been possible without the interference and meddling of Russia. Continue reading “Free Stuff Come November”