Category Archives: Campaigns & Elections

Hillary: President Trump Is ‘Uncontrollable, Unaccountable’

Tuesday Hildebeast said the nation needs “a new Congress and a new Republican Party” to be a check-and balance on an “uncontrollable and unaccountable” President Donald Trump. Continue reading →
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Grassley suggests last-minute Kavanaugh hearing could be canceled if accuser doesn’t accept invite

She knows she will be torn apart if she shows up. Tuesday Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley raised the possibility that next week’s high-stakes open hearing to examine the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could be canceled if the accuser doesn’t accept the committee’s invitation. Continue reading →

Lisa Page testimony: Collusion still unproven by time of Mueller’s special counsel appointment

After 9 months that the FBI opened its highly classified counterintelligence investigation into alleged coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia, FBI lawyer Lisa Page said investigators still could not say whether there was collusion, according to a transcript of Page’s recent closed-door deposition reviewed by Fox News. Continue reading →

Ted Cruz says his Texas Senate race is competitive because ‘the far left has lost their minds’

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was approached at his high-rise campaign headquarters Friday morning by a young volunteer who wanted the incumbent senator to star in his latest Snapchat. Continue reading →

Trump: Impeach me and the market crashes

Only Problem, Demonrats don’t care. US President Donald Trump has responded to speculation that he might be impeached by warning that any such move would damage the economy. In an interview with Fox & Friends, he said the market would crash and “everybody would be very poor”. Continue reading →

California GOP congresswoman not intimidated by ex-president’s speech: ‘Obama didn’t win my district’

A few days  after the Obama political machine revved back up for a midterm rally near her district, Rep. Mimi Walters, R-Calif., said she’s not intimidated. Continue reading →

Pence slams Obama and denies writing Op-Ed

Vice President Pence blasted Barack Obama’s return to the campaign trail in an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” telling host Chris Wallace that the former president’s rhetoric was a “very disappointing” attempt to paper over a legacy pockmarked by major tax increases and a massive hike in the national debt. Continue reading →

Fla. Gov. Rick Scott: Bill Nelson is a Schumer, Pelosi Puppet

Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who is vying for a Senate seat from Florida, ripped into incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., accusing him of being a puppet of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Continue reading →

Trump Slams Bruce Ohr, DOJ Again

President Trump tore into Justice Department official Bruce Ohr again on Thursday.The president’s remarks came in a morning tweet. Continue reading →

Crowded Democratic field fights for Florida gubernatorial nomination

All  five of the Democratic candidates vying for Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott’s seat are scrambling for every last vote ahead of Tuesday’s primary.  The crowded race has, to an extent, been overshadowed by the Republican primary where Rep. Ron DeSantis is wielding a Trump endorsement against Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam. Continue reading →