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2018 Midterms

Pro-Trump Candidate Bashes #NeverTrump Reagan Battalion for De Facto Support of Maxine Waters



In the wake of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) calling for harassment of Trump officials, candidate for U.S. Congress from California is bashing a “conservative” news outlet for providing de facto support for Waters.

“This news source [Reagan Battalion] claims to be conservative but they attack me saying I have no chance of beating Maxine Waters. Again another [Republican in name only] news source complicit in helping Maxine Waters getting Re-Elected. I will beat Maxine Waters in November 6th,” tweeted Omar Navarro, Candidate for U.S. Congress for California’s 43rd district.

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But the Reagan Battalion has often dogged Navarro’s candidacy, as they did President Donald J. Trump’s, raising the question of why they would prefer Waters to a pro-Trump Navarro. The answer, of course, is because Reagan Battalion hates Trump more than they do the political left. They are not actually Republicans, or even conservatives.

“The good news: We found a guy to run against Maxine Waters,” the group wrote on Twitter in 2017. “The bad news: He is as crazy as Maxine Waters.”

There is no comparison between Navarro and Waters in terms of “craziness,” as the Reagan Battalion would have you believe. Supporters of failed presidential candidate Evan McMullin, funded by surrogates of Hungarian billionaire George Soros, are simply upset that they lost to a political neophyte two years ago. Since Navarro’s rhetoric resembles Trump’s, the Reagan Battalion is taking out their leftover anger on him.

“Is anyone besides this guy running against Maxine Waters?” they tweeted. “There better be.”

The implication from the political savants at Reagan Battalion is that Navarro cannot possibly win.

But it’s not that Navarro is a bad candidate. Apparently Reagan Battalion has not noticed that 63 million Americans voted for President Trump in November, 2016. It is politically wise of Navarro to mirror the winning rhetoric and policy of Trump, versus say, Evan McMullin, who received a grand total of 700,000 votes in the election that Trump won. When blinded by anti-Trump rage, thinking logically can be challenging.

The motive for hating Navarro actually make sense on a certain level, considering that Waters just yesterday called for mob violence against Trump supporters. The Reagan Battalion would love that. Someone should remind them that political violence in America is a leftist trait.




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2018 Midterms

Al Gore’s Running Mate Tells Democrat Voters to Reject Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez



The honeymoon phase is over.

A former Senator is cautioning voters against voting for socialist candidate for U.S. Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

“Ocasio-Cortez’s victory ‘seems likely to hurt Congress, America and the Democratic Party,” wrote Joe Lieberman, former Independent Senator from Connecticut in a Wall Street Journal op-ed.

He urged Democrats to vote for incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley, whose name will still appear on the voting ballot in November though he lost the primary election.

“Ms. Ocasio-Cortez is a proud member of the Democratic Socialists of America, whose platform, like hers, is more Socialist than Democratic,” Lieberman wrote. “Her dreams of new federal spending would bankrupt the country or require very large tax increases, including on the working class.”

Lieberman cited Ocasio-Cortez’s “reflexive criticism of one of America’s great democratic allies (Israel),” as another reason to dump the 28-year-old candidate.

Ocasio-Cortez made a major gaff in an interview with PBS over the weekend.

Big League Politics reported:

“I also think that what people are starting to see in the occupation of Palestine is just an increasing crisis of humanitarian condition,” said Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. “And that, to me, is just where I tend to come from on this issue.”

Kudos to the interviewer, who continued to push regarding Ocasio-Cortez’s use of the term “occupation of Palestine,” one rarely used outside of small circles of white liberals on college campuses.

“Oh, um… I think what I meant is, like, the settlements that are increasing in some of these areas, in places where, um, Palestinians are experiencing, um, difficulty and access to their housing and homes,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

BLP Passage Ends.

“If Democrats are to regain a majority, it will be by winning swing districts with sensible, mainstream candidates,” Lieberman wrote.

The political left seems to be over the honeymoon phase of Ocasio-Cortez’s meteoric rise, perhaps realizing that moving towards the center instead of the fringes is the better strategy. Even House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) distanced the party from Ocasio-Cortez.

“They made a choice in one district,” she said. “So let’s not get yourself carried away as an expert on demographics and the rest of that within the caucus or outside the caucus. We have an array of genders, generations, geography, and opinion in our caucus and we are very proud of that. The fact that in a very progressive district in New York it went more progressive—Joe Crowley is a progressive, but more to the left than Joe Crowley, is about that district. It is not to be viewed as something that stands for everything else.”

The Hill reported that several current Democrats in Congress are unhappy with Ocasio-Cortez for bashing Crowley on Twitter after he committed to endorsing her.

“She’s carrying on and she ain’t gonna make friends that way,” said Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-NJ). “Joe conceded, wished her well, said he would support her … so she doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking about.” “She’s not asking my advice, [but] I would do it differently, rather than make enemies of people.” 

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