Top House Intel Democrat just publicly schooled Trump about his delusional memo brags

The ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff (D-CA), just responded to President Trump’s tweet this morning trying to claim that the infamous  memo, written By Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), that he declassified and House Republicans released yesterday “totally vindicates” him in Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s Probe into his campaign’s collusion with Russia and his obstruction of justice in the investigation. In case you missed it, here is the President’s tweet from a few hours ago. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/959798743842349056 Schiff saw the colossal pile of lies  in Trump’s statement and, as one of the few people who have seen, heard, and read all of the evidence presented to the Intelligence Committee, felt compelled to set the record straight…
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The worst Democrat on Earth is about to get his ass primaried

If there was ever a Democrat who deserves a primary challenge, it’s Rep. Dan Lipinski of Illinois’ 3rd District. Lucky for all of us, he’s got a great one in Marie Newman, a successful businesswoman and marketing consultant who shares the values of mainstream Democrats, which Dan Lipinski does not. Last weekend, in an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times editorial board, Lipinski let slip that he opposes a $15 minimum wage. This might come as a surprise to some considering he’s been endorsed by the Chicago “machine” and the AFL-CIO, whose members voted in October to reaffirm their support for this critical policy, but it actually fits in with a…
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GOP congressman brought a neo-Nazi to Trump’s State of the Union

A Republican congressman invited an internet troll and well-known member of the white supremacist Alt-Right to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday as his guest. Republican Matt Gaetz of Florida — a recent guest on Alex Jones’ conspiracy theory showInfowars — said he invited Chuck Johnson to the address when he “showed up at my office” on Tuesday, the Daily Beast reported on Wednesday. A founder of several far right-wing websites, Johnson now runs a crowdfunding site that raised thousands of dollars for Andrew Anglin’s — the publisher of neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer — legal fees in a  lawsuit brought by the ACLU. Johnson has also expressed neo-Nazi beliefs, including that…
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Trump Jr. just attacked MSNBC’s Joy Reid and she gave him the viral ass-kicking he deserves

In the aftermath of Trump’s State of the Union address, MSNBC’s Joy Reid took to Twitter to slam the President for his “1950s-era nationalism,” calling it a nod to a “bygone era his supporters are nostalgic for.” https://twitter.com/JoyAnnReid/status/958528313563254784 The President’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., gave a characteristically smug response that he mistakenly thought would get the last laugh. https://twitter.com/DonaldJTrumpJr/status/958701778236837888 Of course, what would be an argument from Trump Jr. without some glaring hypocrisy to go with it? Reid, for her part, wasted no time in making quick work of the self-righteous Trump spawn. She hit Trump on his “commitment” to faith, family, and law enforcement. https://twitter.com/JoyAnnReid/status/958590829601415168 https://twitter.com/JoyAnnReid/status/958590832214511616
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WATCH: HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED WHEN TRUMP SUPPORTERS THOUGHT THESE HITLER QUOTES CAME FROM THE DONALD

A 1.8 million subscriber YouTube channel, SoFlo, decided to do what all of us wish we could try, but have neither the time nor the inclination to do so: They went out into the street to track down Trump supporters, and presented them with a series of quotes the people were told were from Donald Trump. The catch? The “pamphlet” the host reads from is actually just printed with Trump letterhead on it, and contains nothing but quotes from Adolf Hitler. The point of the experiment was to see if supporters of the president could tell the difference. Unfortunately for these people, they’re Trump voters, which means they just aren’t very…
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