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30 Democrats Party in Puerto Rico During Government Shutdown



Despite an ongoing government shutdown reaching unprecedented lengths, it appears that many Congressional Democrats haven’t let potential negotiations with the President get in the way of a celebrity-starred vacation to the tropical paradise of Puerto Rico.

At least 30 Democrats from the House and Senate are said to be kicking back on the island in a trip sponsored by lobbyists from companies like Facebook, Amazon, Comcast and Verizon. They’ll have a chance to view a showing of the hit musical Hamilton, and get acquainted with the show’s cast.

BOLD PAC, a political component of the ethnic-lobby House Hispanic Caucus, is said to have chartered a Boeing 737 to transport visitors to the Caribbean island, still said to be recovering from the effects of Hurricane Maria.

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A photo surfaced of Democratic Senator Bob Menendez enjoying himself on a Puerto Rican beach.

The fuss about government employees having to wait for an end to a shutdown to receive paychecks doesn’t seem to apply for these 30 Democrats, who are unwilling to cancel a luxurious trip to negotiate with Republicans on an end to the shutdown.

Perhaps Menendez should be more careful about signing himself up for lavish overseas trips. (Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States located in the Caribbean Sea.) The Senator was charged with accepting bribes in the form of gifts, most notably trips to the nearby Dominican Republic, where it’s alleged he was provided underaged prostitutes by a doctor named Salomon Melgen. Despite being charged by prosecutors in regards to the trips themselves, Menendez got off easy in a ‘not guilty’ ruling that left many anti-corruption advocates shaking their heads.

Hopefully Menendez will be inclined to act in a more responsible manner on this trip on account of being surrounded by his Democratic colleagues and corporate lobbyist handlers.

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FRAUD: Project Veritas Exposes Industrial Scale Minnesota Ballot Harvesting Scheme

Sickening fraud.



Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe uncovered what appears to be an industrial-scale ballot harvesting and election fraud operation in Minnesota, in which a campaign operative for Minneapolis city councilman Jamal Osman admitted to possessing the ballots of up to three hundred members of the local Somali community.

When an undercover whistleblower asked another Osman associate who was filling out the ballots, he confirmed that “people who work with Ilhan Omar” were doing so.

This is a serious election felony. Minnesota law only enables one person to turn in the ballots of three individuals, seeking to prevent this kind of electioneering and vote harvesting.

Just today we got 300 ballots for Jamal Osman.

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The election operatives appear to be harvesting ballots from elderly members of the Somali community, who live in a housing development called Horn Towers.

Another whistleblower described the corruption of the industrial scale voter fraud operation. “There is a vested interest, but we are victims of the system… They don’t give a s*** about any Somali.

Recent polling of Minnesota has showed that the traditionally Democratic state is within the reach of President Trump in the election, with some members of the community predicting a backlash to an epidemic of left-wing and Black Lives Matter crime and rioting.

The industrial-scale voter fraud operation could easily subvert the democratic result of the state’s presidential election, potentially even swinging the outcome of the national election itself. Voter fraud is real, it is dangerous, and those who callously execute fraudulent voting schemes should be prosecuted for serious felony crimes.

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