They attack with deadly weapons pro-administration demonstrators or mace them in the face.
They stab police horses in the neck.
No, I’m not talking about the shooter in Virginia today, who obviously was both deranged and dangerous. I’m talking about Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, who raced to the microphone to declare that tighter gun control is the saving answer, and blared two or three times, before staff choked him with a note, that America loses 93 million citizens a day to gun violence. Imagine that. In 4 days, America will have zero population.
93 million? What was his addled mind thinking? Terry McAuliffe is not a stupid man. He can’t have moved in the circles he has and prospered the way he has with a low horsepower brain. I propose that leaves two options. Either he had a neurological event so he didn’t hear or understand himself to say that we lose a over a quarter of the US population to gun violence every day, or he is sinister or evil and didn’t care at all about the accuracy of his comments; he just meant to go advance an agenda, regardless of the merits.
It is possible a staffer speechwriter just screwed up really badly and gave him a bad number, but then it still seems like question marks would go off in his head. Terry McAuliffe is mentioned as a possible Democratic candidate for president in 2020. This disgrace should squelch that nonsense.
There has never been anything quite like an ex-president trotting the globe trying to undermine his successor. Or the national media or federal bureaucrats doing their best to spread myths to un-elect the rascal the people elected. This is absolutely cold civil war. Elite America hates what common America voted for and will not let this threat to its privileges go unchallenged. The New York Times and CNN couldn’t be bigger hussies for the cause if they stood out on Pennsylvania Avenue and flashed their privies.
The National Security Agency under former President Barack Obama routinely violated American privacy protections while intercepting and analyzing internet communications. Circa news has obtained a previously classified order by the Foreign Service Intelligence Court which concludes that about 5% or 1 of every 20 intercepts violated Americans’ civil rights, and further, that the NSA failed to disclose the scope of violations to the FISC.