I’m beginning to wonder whether Rudy may actually be hated by the left more than his boss, president Trump.
from the American Spectator:
On Rudy Giuliani Being More Jewish Than the Despicable Apostate George Soros
For his staunch pro-Israel views and attacks on the anti-Semitic left, what else can Rudy be attacked as?
In New York City, where Bill de Blasio has nothing else to worry about, the controversy is now into its second day over comments that Rudy Giuliani made the other day in an interview with New York magazine, in which Giuliani said that George Soros is hardly a Jew and that Rudy is more a Jew than Soros. read more
Cop Finds Razor Blade is his Cheese Steak
Police are investigating how a razor blade made its way into a sandwich after an NYPD officer was injured when he bit into it.
Yes, the razor blade just “made its way” into the sandwich. We see it happen all the time. About as often as a gun, sitting on a table just leaps up and kills someone.
Big city police officers all ready have a thankless enough job. Now they’re having lethal objects stuffed in their food?
Schiff’s Surveillance State
Adam is a one man investigative wrecking crew, who is seemingly doing whatever he wants, without restraint to bring president Trump. His shady tactics would be the envy of Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s Propaganda Minister.
He recently released the phone logs of calls between Devin Nunes and Rudy Giuliani, and others, indicating just the time and duration of the calls. This is supposed to be scandalous and proof of malfeasance.
But when we look at the calls, we see the two spent almost all their time playing phone tag. Not exactly a crime.
More Excuses for Biden
Ana Navarro, a “Republican strategist,” was recently on The View, making excuses for Joe Biden’s latest outburst against an audience member who dared to challenge him.
Navarro, a swamp rat and never-Trumper, thought it was great practice for when dealing with Trump should Joe win the nomination. read more
by: Brent Smith:
The more I read about, listen to and watch coverage of the Trump impeachment show, the more I’m convinced that pound for pound, the Obama administration was the most corrupt in the history of the United States.
Oh sure, past administrations introduced more damaging policies, that have haunted our nation for decades – administrations like Woodrow Wilson’s, FDR’s and Johnson’s. But as far as criminal behavior, nobody even comes close.
And within the administration, nothing seems more corrupt that the U.S. “Deep” State Department. They worked directly with the FBI and the American Embassy in Ukraine. And all effectively working on behalf of George Soros. And if you know who that is you also know that you can’t look at a picture of George Soros without saying, “Look Mama, it’s the Devil.” (h/t the Waterboy)
Heck, one of the FBI supervisors involved in all this eventually went to work for Soros.
What does a President do if he doesn’t believe he can trust his own State Department diplomats to conduct foreign policy the way he wishes? Find someone he can trust and send them instead. That’s exactly what Trump did when he tapped Giuliani. And Trump certainly wasn’t the first, and he won’t be the last.
from Real Clear Investigations:
Giuliani-Style ‘Shadow’ Diplomacy: Par for the Course for U.S. Presidents
Rudolph Giuliani didn’t hide the fact that he was investigating whether Ukraine interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. Yet most media have treated Giuliani’s efforts as sneaky and suspect because he acted at the personal behest of the president and not as an official representative of the bureaucracy. The New York Times, for example, claimed Giuliani was conducting “a shadow foreign policy campaign.”
In fact, presidents since George Washington have turned to individuals without formal government positions to pursue foreign policy interests and objectives. Private citizens, often acting as special envoys, have helped negotiate issues ranging from trade to war. While critics deride such efforts as “back-door,” “secret,” or “shadow” undertakings, many presidents have found it useful to dispatch people they trust, who can think and operate outside the constraints of official channels in handling delicate matters. read more
by: the Common Constitutionalist
The whole country is abuzz over Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s comments about our dear president, and for this the Mayor has apparently received death threats.
Isn’t it interesting that of the dozen or so articles I read regarding the death threats, no one in the mainstream media was interested enough to dig into where the threats came from, or who might have threatened him.
I wonder why that is? Could it be that they might find the threats came from kindred spirits on the loony left?
I wonder also if others who agree with the mayor will receive death threats.
One of those “others” did not only agree with the Mayor, but has taken to YouTube to double down on the Giuliani’s “infamous comments,” as Politico has described them. read more
by: the Common Constitutionalist
The New York Times reported that “While former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani of New York has been criticized for remarks he made at a small dinner event in Manhattan about President Obama and his ‘love’ for America , establishment Republicans also have questioned the reaction of the person being honored at that reception, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, who is a likely Republican presidential contender in 2016.”
In the event you didn’t hear or read it, The Mayor said “I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up, through love of this country.” He added: “What I don’t find with Obama — this will get me in more trouble again — is a really deep knowledge of history. I think it’s a dilettante’s knowledge of history.”
Of course this has caused a fully predictable uproar, although I don’t why it should. Giuliani is right. Obama couldn’t possibly have the same reverence for this country – and that’s not his fault. read more