Ilhan Omar Spits On The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

A small gathering of congress people took place at Arlington National Cemetery this past weekend as new unidentifiable remains returned from WWII Germany were interred and respects were to be paid at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

The atmosphere was solemn. Each member of congress lined up one by one to offer their thoughts and prayers and a bag of Peanut M&Ms for the souls of the unnamed dead. All were quiet and respectful. All, that is, until Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar stepped up. That’s when all hell broke loose.

Witnesses say they could tell something was wrong with her immediately, causing them to tense up. Even her democrat colleagues began to back away, themselves familiar with her erratic behavior and wanting to have distance before the storm hit. For when Omar approached the Tomb, her face screwed up into a vicious snarl and the profanities began to fly.

“This persons are not heroes! They let Matt Damon die! They kill kittens for joy! Murderers! All murderers!”

Omar then wound up and spit. She missed Mitch McConnell and spit some of her tabouli on the sacred Tomb of the Unknown Soldier instead, perhaps the most despicable act ever perpetrated by any politician in the history of the United State of America. She followed this despicable act with a few more choice words:This woman has no place in our government. She has refused throughout her life to assimilate and does not share any of our ideals or our culture. If you have friends or family in Minnesota, tell them not to make this mistake again. Tell them to vote her out.

Maria Bartiromo Reveals Pens Pelosi Used To Sign Impeachment Articles Look Like Bullets

Is there subtle messaging being used by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the signing of the impeachment articles?

Well, Fox News host Maria Bartiromo seems to believe the end looks like “bullet casings.”

“These are the pens Nancy pelosi used to sign the articles & she gave them out to colleagues. Wow they look like bullet cases,” Bartiromo said in a now-deleted tweet, according to Twitchy.Here’s a photo of the pens:
Despite Bartiromo’s tweet being removed, many agreed with her sentiment.

“Omg. My thought exactly,” one said in agreement with the Fox host.
While Pelosi was signing the articles of impeachment — before they head over to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell — she went through over a dozen of these commemorative pens, signing her name one letter at a time.
The signing comes after three weeks of delaying the impeachment process.

The impeachment trial in the senate, which will be overseen by Chief Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, is expected to begin early next week.

During an interview with Hannity, Sen. Lindsey Graham stated that the senate trial “can be done in about a week” along with predicting “a bipartisan acquittal of President Trump.”

.In the meantime, McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have already begun sending out floor rules for the proceedings.What do you think of the pens Pelosi used for the signing of impeachment articles? Vote in our daily poll below and be sure to share on Facebook and Twitter.

Bloomberg reportedly considering Hillary Clinton as his running mate

Mike Bloomberg could team up with Hillary Clinton to try to take down President Trump in November — by making her his running mate.

Bloomberg’s internal polling found the combo “would be a formidable force,” sources close to the campaign told the Drudge Report Saturday.

Bloomberg’s communications director did not deny the rumored matchmaking effort.

“We are focused on the primary and the debate, not VP speculation,” Jason Schechter said in a statement.

But minutes after Drudge broke the news, Bloomberg himself posted a coy message about working with female colleagues.

“I would not be where I am today without the talented women around me,” he tweeted. “I’ve depended on their leadership, their advice and their contributions.”

A Bloomberg campaign insider told The Post that the two have long been simpatico – going back to the days when she represented New York in the U.S. Senate and he was Gotham’s mayor.

“I am sure that they polled it, just because you would be dumb not to wonder,” the insider said. “You want to see what a match-up might look like.”

But the pairing is a “net negative” for Bloomberg, a Democratic strategist said.“It doesn’t make any sense to me,” said Brad Bannon, a consultant not affiliated with any presidential campaign.

“If he wins the nomination, there’s going to be a lot of unhappiness in the progressive wing of the party,” Bannon explained. “You can’t afford to have them sit on their hands in November.”

Clinton is anathema to progressive supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, who accuse her of underhanded tactics beating him to win the Democratic Party nomination in 2016.

One of his top surrogates, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), led a chorus of anti-Clinton boos at a Sanders rally in Iowa last month.

Bloomberg “is going to have to offer some kind of an olive branch to the Sanders wing,” Bannon said, but with Clinton as his running mate, “instead of an olive branch you’re offering them a thorn.”

Trump allies pounced on the rumor.

“Hillary apparently can’t resist trying to steal the nomination from Bernie a second time,” Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh told The Post.

“Did anti-establishment Dems really think the establishment oligarchs in their party were just gonna roll over in the face of Bernie’s revolution?” Republican strategist Andy Surabian told the Daily Caller.

Sanders ignored the running-mate firestorm while campaigning Saturday, but did get in some veiled digs at Bloomberg. At a Las Vegas rally, he railed against “billionaires spending hundreds of millions of dollars trying to get elected.”

Asked about the looming Hill-Berg, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has endorsed Sanders, deflected.

“I would hope [Bloomberg] would not be in a position to be choosing a running mate at all,” she told The Post during her Queens campaign office opening Saturday.

“I think Bloomberg’s past on stop and frisk, on harassment of women— all of these claims are huge red flags.”

Clinton and Bloomberg were spotted together in December at Orso in the Theatre District, where they dined with daughter Chelsea, Barry Diller, Diane von Furstenberg, and others, Page Six reported – supposedly to celebrate the birthday of socialite Annette de la Renta.

“From what I have seen they have always been friendly,” the campaign insider said.

Clinton said last week that she would “probably” not accept an offer to run as another Democrat’s veep – which would be a demotion of sorts after serving as Secretary of State under President Obama and as her husband’s principal adviser and unofficial deputy during President Bill Clinton’s two terms.

But she wouldn’t rule it out.

“I never say never because I believe in serving my country,” she told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. “But it’s never going to happen.”

Additional reporting by Sam Raskin Mike Bloomberg could team up with Hillary Clinton to try to take down President Trump in November — by making her his running mate.

Bloomberg’s internal polling found the combo “would be a formidable force,” sources close to the campaign told the Drudge Report Saturday.

Bloomberg’s communications director did not deny the rumored matchmaking effort.

“We are focused on the primary and the debate, not VP speculation,” Jason Schechter said in a statement.

But minutes after Drudge broke the news, Bloomberg himself posted a coy message about working with female colleagues.

“I would not be where I am today without the talented women around me,” he tweeted. “I’ve depended on their leadership, their advice and their contributions.”

A Bloomberg campaign insider told The Post that the two have long been simpatico – going back to the days when she represented New York in the U.S. Senate and he was Gotham’s mayor.

“I am sure that they polled it, just because you would be dumb not to wonder,” the insider said. “You want to see what a match-up might look like.”

But the pairing is a “net negative” for Bloomberg, a Democratic strategist said.“It doesn’t make any sense to me,” said Brad Bannon, a consultant not affiliated with any presidential campaign.

“If he wins the nomination, there’s going to be a lot of unhappiness in the progressive wing of the party,” Bannon explained. “You can’t afford to have them sit on their hands in November.”

Clinton is anathema to progressive supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, who accuse her of underhanded tactics beating him to win the Democratic Party nomination in 2016.

One of his top surrogates, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), led a chorus of anti-Clinton boos at a Sanders rally in Iowa last month.

Bloomberg “is going to have to offer some kind of an olive branch to the Sanders wing,” Bannon said, but with Clinton as his running mate, “instead of an olive branch you’re offering them a thorn.”

Trump allies pounced on the rumor.

“Hillary apparently can’t resist trying to steal the nomination from Bernie a second time,” Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh told The Post.

“Did anti-establishment Dems really think the establishment oligarchs in their party were just gonna roll over in the face of Bernie’s revolution?” Republican strategist Andy Surabian told the Daily Caller.

Sanders ignored the running-mate firestorm while campaigning Saturday, but did get in some veiled digs at Bloomberg. At a Las Vegas rally, he railed against “billionaires spending hundreds of millions of dollars trying to get elected.”

Asked about the looming Hill-Berg, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has endorsed Sanders, deflected.

“I would hope [Bloomberg] would not be in a position to be choosing a running mate at all,” she told The Post during her Queens campaign office opening Saturday.

“I think Bloomberg’s past on stop and frisk, on harassment of women— all of these claims are huge red flags.”

Clinton and Bloomberg were spotted together in December at Orso in the Theatre District, where they dined with daughter Chelsea, Barry Diller, Diane von Furstenberg, and others, Page Six reported – supposedly to celebrate the birthday of socialite Annette de la Renta.

“From what I have seen they have always been friendly,” the campaign insider said.

Clinton said last week that she would “probably” not accept an offer to run as another Democrat’s veep – which would be a demotion of sorts after serving as Secretary of State under President Obama and as her husband’s principal adviser and unofficial deputy during President Bill Clinton’s two terms.

But she wouldn’t rule it out.

“I never say never because I believe in serving my country,” she told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. “But it’s never going to happen.”

Additional reporting by Sam Raskin

Kennesaw State University Cuts 3 of the 5 Cheerleaders Who Knelt For Anthem

KENNESAW, Gа. — Four of thе five Gеоrgіа cheerleaders whо knelt lаѕt уеаr during “Thе Stаr-Sраnglеd Bаnnеr” tо рrоtеѕt police brutаlіtу didn’t mаkе thе ѕԛuаd thіѕ year fоr Kеnnеѕаw Stаtе Unіvеrѕіtу.

Davante Lеwіѕ, a ѕроkеѕmаn fоr thе сhееrlеаdеrѕ who’ve knеlt, tells nеwѕ оutlеtѕ thаt thіѕ уеаr’ѕ ѕԛuаd wаѕ аnnоunсеd іn Mау оn thе cheer tеаm’ѕ ѕосіаl media accounts. Thе school’s paper, The Sеntіnеl , broke the news еаrlіеr this week.KSU’ѕ athletics dераrtmеnt ѕауѕ thе number оf people who trіеd оut fоr оnе оf thе 52 ѕроtѕ on thіѕ year’s ѕԛuаd increased tо 95 from 61 last уеаr. Sеvеn of last уеаr’ѕ сhееrlеаdеrѕ were сut thіѕ уеаr.

KENNESAW, Gа. — Fоur of the fіvе Georgia cheerleaders who knelt lаѕt уеаr durіng “Thе Stаr-Sраnglеd Banner” tо protest роlісе brutаlіtу dіdn’t mаkе thе ѕԛuаd thіѕ year for Kennesaw Stаtе Unіvеrѕіtу.

Davante Lеwіѕ, a ѕроkеѕmаn fоr the сhееrlеаdеrѕ whо’vе knеlt, tells nеwѕ outlets thаt thіѕ уеаr’ѕ ѕԛuаd wаѕ announced іn May оn thе сhееr tеаm’ѕ ѕосіаl mеdіа ассоuntѕ. The ѕсhооl’ѕ рареr, The Sentinel , brоkе thе nеwѕ еаrlіеr this wееk.

KSU’ѕ athletics dераrtmеnt says thе number оf реорlе whо tried out fоr one оf thе 52 ѕроtѕ оn this уеаr’ѕ squad increased tо 95 from 61 last уеаr. Seven оf lаѕt уеаr’ѕ сhееrlеаdеrѕ were cut thіѕ year.

Trump Farmer Plows BIG Message Into His Field, Chuck & Nancy Won’t Like THIS

I love Americans! So many are not shy in the least when they want to show what they think of the government shutdown, the border wall, and Democrats such as Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.

For instance, a 78-year-old farmer from North Dakota got royally fed up with what Schumer and Pelosi were spouting on border wall funding. Gene Hanson is a big fan and supporter of President Trump and building the wall on the southern border with Mexico. To make his point, Hanson hopped on his tractor and plowed a message into his field: “BUILD THE The WALL” was emblazoned across the land and gloriously so. His message stretches two football fields.

Hanson’s incredible message for Democrats came just before President Donald Trump delivered a powerful address to the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday night, urging Democrats to strike a deal to fund the border wall and reopen the federal government.

Trump was praised by many for delivering a strong and compassionate speech to the nation on a hot topic issue.

“Every day, Customs and Border Patrol agents encounter thousands of illegal immigrants trying to enter our country,” Trump said, noting that Customs and Border Patrol apprehended roughly 50,000 people in 2018 trying to cross the border illegally.

Trump also slammed Schumer and other Democrats for previously supporting border barriers, yet they don’t know all of a sudden.

“Senator Chuck Schumer, who you will be hearing from later tonight, has repeatedly supported a physical barrier in the past, along with other Democrats,” Trump said.

The Daily Mail reports that Hanson, “has a history of creating political messages, such as ‘Drain the Swamp’, ‘Blue Lives Matter’, ‘We stand for the National Anthem’, ‘Vote Trump’ and ‘Never Hillary.’”

According to polls this year on illegal immigration and building the wall, the vast majority of Americans support President Trump’s actions to stop the invasion, along with the crime and the drugs that are pouring into this country. What sane person wouldn’t want that? According to a new Economist/YouGov survey, 93 percent of Americans say illegal immigration is a serious problem.

But Democrats just don’t get it and refuse to make a deal to reopen the government and provide for national security while addressing a humanitarian situation on the border. $5 billion is a drop in the bucket when it comes to spending for these people but this was never about security to the Democrats. They don’t care about crime… this is about a voting base and power. And they don’t want to let President Trump win at anything, no matter the cost to Americans.

President Trump is still threatening to declare a national emergency over the wall and have the military build it if the left won’t play fair. Every day he gets closer to doing it and I support him if he does. He would have to use funds from the Department of Defense. Many agree that Trump has full authority to do this including House Armed Service Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA).

Time to build the wall and just get it done. This farmer is a patriot and hero. He represents real America and the left might want to take note of it.

Robert De Niro issues warning to Donald Trump supporters

Robert De Niro was the first guest on the premiere of The Alec Baldwin Show on ABC. While there, he expressed concern for the many Republican politicians who continue to support Donald Trump in spite of the things he has said and done.

De Niro said, “Many of these people who are tied to Trump are going to be tainted for the rest of their lives.” Many politicians, like Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham did not initially support a Trump nomination in the GOP, but have since heavily supported the president’s agenda regardless of whether it is morally or fiscally sound.

For the supporters of Trump, De Niro warned, “They think they want to be with him and it’s going to make them something but they are paying such a price making a deal with the Devil, it’s scary.”

De Niro has long been an outspoken critic of Trump, in fact he made a video prior to the 2016 election in which he urged people to vote in hopes of avoiding a Trump presidency.

While Trump may have the backing of many in the GOP, the two-time Academy Award winning actor said he can see right through Trump’s act. “I know what he is and he knows what he is, cause everything he says about other people – you’re a loser, you’re a this, you’re a that, is everything you’re saying about yourself,” said De Niro. He added, “He’s so transparent he’s projecting.”