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Trump is a radical pragmatist who manages to come down on the conservative side more than the liberal side. He’s an opinionated, emotional man who is always full of energy. He enjoys being Donald Trump and all that entails. He sees things through the lens of experience and what he considers to be common sense. He calls ‘em as he sees ‘em. This leads to him changing his mind, as we’ve all seen, a lot. He’s a scrappy billionaire from humble Queens who, despite an Ivy League education, speaks with an accent some consider unsophisticated. He almost never talks about the Constitution or the Founding Fathers which infuriates many conservative intellectuals who think that he is beneath them.
It's a straight line from community organizing to crack-cocaine dealer. Community organizers exchange crack cocaine for votes.
There are hundreds of sanctuary jurisdictions across the country. Some left-wingers use the dreadful euphemism "civil liberties safe zones" to describe them. The phrase blurs the distinction between citizens and non-citizens by implying illegal aliens somehow possess a civil right to be present in the U.S.
Voter fraud is relatively easy to commit thanks to the Clinton era “Motor-Voter” law that forces welfare offices to register voters while at the same time forbidding officials from demanding proof of U.S. citizenship. Marxists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven were instrumental in the passage of the law by Congress. Cloward didn't care about fraud. "It's better to have a little bit of fraud than to leave people off the rolls who belong there," he said, spouting a false dichotomy.
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In the President Obama era, the entertainment industry has been openly complicit in administration plans to promote so-called health care reform, for example, gleefully parachuting pro-Obamacare propaganda into TV shows, as the president tries to unilaterally crack down on firearms, it's not like he needs to put a gun to Hollywood heads.Zombie-like, they'll repeat any words he stuffs into their mouths.
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