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Friday, August 17, 2018

#EndorseThis: Seth Meyers Mocks July 4th Celebrations In Trumpland

Many American citizens feel unable to celebrate Independence Day due to the election of President Trump. Of course, that probably hasn’t kept your neighborhood from sounding like the Battle of Bunker Hill.

#EndorseThis won’t let the distracting snap, crackle and pop prevent us from bringing you the best in political satire.

In today’s sketch, an off-camera Seth Meyers lampoons Trump’s meager knowledge of American history with a Revolutionary fairy tale narrated by Orange One himself.

Meyers arguably takes it easy on Trump. But don’t mistake a low-key vibe for an absence of laughs. We get to hear 45’s views on the Boston Diet Coke Party along with his Presidential opinion on the hair and handwriting of the First Continental Congress. And don’t miss the epic jab at Paul Ryan at 1:19.…

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In California, Democrat Dollars Back A Republican

Reprinted with permission from DCReport.

 

Californians head to the polls Tuesday, June 5, and to turn more seats blue, Democrats and their campaign machines are pulling out all the stops.

The Golden State has an unusual primary system; the top two candidates, regardless of party affiliation, make it on the ballot in November. That makes for all sorts of guerrilla warfare.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, in a bold move to try to split the Republican vote for Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s (R-Calif.) 48th Congressional seat in Orange County, has spent about $110,000 in the last week to bolster candidate John Gabbard (R), according to the Center for Responsive Politics.…

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Gorka Joins Outlet That Published “Ten Things I Hate About Jews”

Reprinted with permission from LobeLog.
by Eli Clifton

Sebastian Gorka’s role as a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump ended in August 2017. A series of investigative articles tied him to Vitezi Rend, a Hungarian group the State Department characterized as collaborating with the Nazis. He’d also endorsed a racist and anti-Semitic militia in Hungary in a 2007 television interview.

A favorite of Beltway institutions like the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and the Heritage Foundation before he joined the Trump campaign, Gorka became the president’s attack dog on cable news interviews. He eventually departed the White House under questionable circumstances: he says he resigned, other sources say he was fired.



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