On Tuesday, Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit posted a 2012 video showing Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., telling a crowd assembled at the Islamic Society of Orange County, California that Shariah law is compatible with the U.S. Constitution.
According to the YouTube description, she also vilified Rep. Peter King and others who “would have the audacity to suggest that 1,400 years of Islamic expansion through jihad might come to the shores of the USA.”
It seems some in the administration need to attend a remedial geography lesson.
On Friday, the New York Times reported that a senior administration official claimed “Saudi Arabia has an extensive border with Syria.” There’s only one problem. Saudi Arabia is hundreds of miles away from Syria.
What in the world is happening to America? It seems the left is finding even more creative ways to silence those whose opinions they don’t like.
In a video posted to YouTube on 9/11, Bill Whittle said all he wanted was regular insurance to cover his property. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to get it and had to buy “political insurance” because of his opinion. That’s right — he couldn’t get insurance for his property because he regularly expresses conservative opinions. The only cure was to buy — get this — political insurance. To cover his speech.
I’ve heard and seen a lot of crazy things come from government, but this takes the cake.
According to the Business Insider, the European Union has restricted manufacturers from making vacuum cleaners that use more than 1,600 watts of power. Retailers are also forbidden from importing the more powerful vacuums. The reason? To save the planet, of course.
As most of the known world knows by now, comedy legend Joan Rivers died Thursday at the age of 81. According to Fox News, Rivers went into cardiac arrest on Aug. 28, and had been on life support at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital.
But some simply couldn’t let the family grieve in peace, posting hateful notes on Twitter saying they’re glad she’s dead.
I’m no fan of John McCain, the alleged Republican senator from Arizona, but this is just insane.
According to Fidel Castro, the former dictator of Cuba, McCain conspired with Mossad to create ISIS.
“Many people are astonished when they hear the statements made by some European spokesmen for NATO when they speak with the style and face of the Nazi SS,” Castro wrote in an op-ed for Cuban state media. “Adolf Hitler’s greed-based empire went down in history with no more glory than the encouragement provided to NATO’s aggressive and bourgeois governments, which makes them the laughing stock of Europe and the world.”
I don’t know what an “okie-doke” is, or how someone “runs” one, but Barack Obama has claimed that Republicans are “running an okie-doke” on America.
Check out the video below, courtesy of Weasel Zippers, and see if you can figure it out.
By the way, he’s acting as though Republicans are in control of government, which they’re not… But don’t expect the low-infos to understand that…
On Monday, Mike Dickinson, the Virginia Democrat who sought the House seat formerly held by Eric Cantor, issued a tweet indicating that he’s perfectly okay with the extermination of five million Americans. The reason? They’re members of the NRA.
On Sunday, he said he would pray that God would kill every NRA member with the Ebola virus, claiming he would do so on a local radio program:
Sometimes pictures tell a story all by themselves.
The picture below was reportedly posted to Reddit by a user expecting twins.
“Apparently,” Katrina Trinko said, “one of these kids is already just a little bit of a show-off.”
Mike Dickinson, the unhinged Virginia moonbat and wannabe Twitter tough guy who wants the House seat formerly held by Eric Cantor despite not being on the ballot, now says he’s going to have a regular radio program and he plans to lead a prayer on air asking God to murder everyone in the NRA.
For those who don’t remember, Dickinson is the fascist Democrat who first caught national attention when he claimed Fox News lies and called for Soviet-style regulation and monitoring of the network. He’s also the slimeball who offered $100,000 for nude photos of Kendall Jones, a 19-year-old Texas cheerleader who also hunts big game.