Free government money for everyone who makes less than $150,000. It's FREE! Just don't drill down to a definition of "family." FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! American families will start getting monthly child tax credit payments in July.Families with children under 6 years old can receive $300, while those with children over 6 can receive $250. The payments are phased out based on income levels. https://t.co/RimBThJ324— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 17, 2021 The Democratic Socialists of America must be ecstatic with this additional "free" money stream from the U.S. government. Capitalism produces all of the money that these sensitive leeches take in stimmy payments, grants, forgivable loans, and from their parents. How many of these moochers are still on mommy's family phone plan? These
Headed to Minneapolis to stand with the Floyd family as closing arguments are set to be made today. pic.twitter.com/kkS9KtHzq1— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) April 19, 2021 Reverend Al Sharpton ain't flying coach. America is good! Capitalism is good! Grievance exploitation is good! God is good! Flying in coach is not so good! Can I get an Amen!!! Leading prayer w/ the Floyd family, Attorney Ben Crump, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Attorney Chris Stewart, Rep. Joyce Beatty, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Rep. Ilhan Omar, & more during a trial break after a morning of hearing closing arguments. #DerekChauvinTrial #GeorgeFloyd pic.twitter.com/oi2tpQWv3r— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) April 19, 2021 The blue uniforms and the blue jeans must both be subject to the law! Amen! Forward ever, backwards
📻 @RepJohnYarmuth reacts to new info in the #DavidMcAtee shooting, clarifying "defund the police", how #HeroesAct could boost equality, and do @BernieSanders & @AOC really help @Booker4KY in red Kentucky? @840WHAS audio https://t.co/oA29cYinqz #PoliceReform #BlackLivesMattter pic.twitter.com/HfDEcrgeUe— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) June 10, 2020 We learned today that a bullet from the Kentucky National Guard killed David "BBQ Man" McAtee during a law enforcement shutdown during curfew. McAtee had fired at least two shots from the 9 millimeter weapon that he pulled. Kentucky government officials say that McAtee fired first and was shot by either of the LMPD officers who returned fire along with national guard troops. A shot from @kentuckyguard killed #DavidMcAtee, not @LMPD officers, according to @GovAndyBeshear cabinet secretary Michael Brown.
Now that Super Tuesday 3 is in the books, the numbers are ominous for Senator Bernie Sanders. There is really no path to victory now that former Vice President Joe Biden has roared through another big Democratic primary sweep. From DailyMail.com Louisville's second most popular music star Jim James of My Morning Jacket (yes, Jack Harlow is now a bigger deal) did his best to stoke the #FeelTheBern crowd by appearing at an online rally. America is sequestered during a coronavirus pandemic so all musicians are practicing "social distancing" onstage as viewers watch online. Louisville's MMJ star @jimjames joined @neilyoung and his mermaid to help @BernieSanders on the eve of #SuperTuesday3. It led to a bad day at the polls and now
SUPER TUESDAY was a wild one! Biden came back to life, Bernie got smacked for the first time. Bloomberg and Warren tanked. Now Bloomberg is out but supporting Biden. But Warren won't yet clarify what she'll do next. All that is on the way but first...fast-talking James Carville gets the floor! Former presidential candidate and full-time hippie chick Marianne Williamson ain't having it. ‘Outrageous’ And ‘Undemocratic’: Marianne Williamson Blasts James Carville’s Comments About Democrats Backing Biden https://t.co/0RQwjASgnL— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 5, 2020 MSNBC can't get enough of Louisiana pundit James Carville, an advisor to former President Bill Clinton. Host Brian Williams tells Carville that his studio panel goes silent so as not to miss any of Carville's wisdom. Uh, OK. Before you click
The CBS News Democrat Debate in South Carolina got out of control early with all 7 candidates shouting over each other. Hosts Norah O'Donnell and Gayle King eventually gained control of the cacophony of voices trying to punch up at delegate leader Bernie Sanders, the Democrat socialist who has great momentum. For six of the candidates, their primary goal is to hit a home run to slow Bernie's roll. I saw no such feat accomplished. The Bern is still bulldozing his way toward the Democrat nomination to challenge Donald Trump in November. Former advisor to President Bill Clinton and occasional TV pundit James Carville delivered an insightful post-debate review for MSNBC. Here's frontrunner Bernie Sanders in the Spin Room breaking down his performance
Say hello to a typical Bernie supporter!$226,000 in college debt from a useless degree.Now she is looking for someone to pay for it.That someone is YOU! pic.twitter.com/MyhMKL9JWU— Bobby Eberle (@BobbyEberle13) February 24, 2020 The New York Times ran a poignant opinion piece urging Bernie Sanders to respect the concerns of centrists instead of egotistically pushing ahead with a socialist agenda. The #BernOrBust crowd won't like it. Here's a great interview by Anderson Cooper where he gently pushes back at Bernie Sanders on some of his fuzzy math on how to pay for a free universe. ICYMI: @andersoncooper interviews Bernie Sanders on being the Democratic front-runner and taking on Donald TrumpWATCH: https://t.co/69tk9PulxA pic.twitter.com/THZjON08Zx— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) February 24, 2020
Mike Bloomberg was boot stomped in his first presidential debate appearance. Elizabeth Warren crushed Bloomberg on his racist stop-and-frisk policies that targeted minorities, his sexist verbal blasts of women, and his refusal to release former workers from nondisclosure agreements. Bloomberg could do little more than smirk. He just stood there with a Grinch sneer, thinking of how he'd exact revenge later. A record 20 million viewers saw a cranky old billionaire who apparently had never heard a discouraging word. Rinse and repeat for future debates because stop-and-frisk is an unforgivable racist policy that a newly elected NYC Mayor Bloomberg chose to enhance instead of eradicate. Bloomberg has spent more than $460 million of his own money on campaign expenses and is expected to
Bernie Sanders is huge with the young-ens. Their 78-year-old Democrat Socialist hero will pay all their bills for them so they can focus on Netflix & chill while suckers go to work. Free stuff! Everyone can have everything for FREE because, you know, rich people! Hey Jane, you need to pay for her brunch after the show. OK, boomer? 🤣— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) February 16, 2020 Here's Bernie Sanders getting punked by some Russian entertainers who prank call celebrities around the world. Bernie thinks he is talking with teenage climate hero Greta Thunberg who pitches a ridiculous rap video for his campaign, then informs Bernie that he is a sleeper agent who needs to awaken and take over the U.S.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin texted me moments before a planned phone interview today to suggest that he drop by the studio in person. Perfect. A face-to-face interview nearly always produces more in-depth analysis of current events. We opened with inside baseball chatter about Air Force One and President Trump's attention to details. We closed with topics like religion, patriotism, and child rearing. It was those 22 minutes in the middle that were 🔥🔥🔥😳 📻 @GovMattBevin on how @KYGOP spends Trump visit money, throws shade at Crazy Bernie, Lil' Andy, Stumbo, Heather, @KyDems opioid settlement money, looks to 2nd term with @GOP AG @djaycameron 🎙️ AUDIO https://t.co/2IRknOjqxi #teachers #religion #patriotism #childrearing pic.twitter.com/zJJJTXcI82— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) August 26, 2019 Governor Bevin dismantled his opponent