Why Brazil's "far right" presidential candidate Jair Messias Bolsonaro is going to win, in two tweets:
My Latin American friends tell me that although Brazil has voted for leftists for decades, the whole country recoiled in horror when the Soros-funded organized left started pushing this sort of sexual Marxism in the schools.
Does this appeal to any of you beer drinkers out there?
Here's the gangster version of Sen. Bill Cassidy taking no sh*t from protesters today.
Republican voters are loving that their leaders finally seem to have found their cojones since President Trump's been in office.
Well, Democrat leaders did call for incivility against Republicans ...
The New York Republican New York City headquarters at the Metropolitan Republican Club on the upper east side of Manhattan was vandalized Thursday night with broken windows, a spray-painted anarchy sign, and a threatening message that the “attack is merely a beginning.”
The note reads in part:
Our attack is merely a beginning. We are not passive, we are not civil, and we will not apologize. Those of good conscience and clear mind know this state of oppression cannot remain. The US fascist political system is one of the most savage institutions in history and we will combat it relentlessly until all are free of American barbarism.
Whoever these people are, we do know for sure who they aren't -- an angry mob. The MSM told me that.
You can read the letter at PBS. Notice the derisive tone of the headline: Read Pope Francis’ letter defending Cardinal Wuerl’s ‘mistakes’ in sex abuse scandal
“You have sufficient elements to ‘justify’ your actions and distinguish between what it means to cover up crimes or not to deal with problems, and to commit some mistakes,” the pope wrote in the letter, dated Oct. 12. ‘However, your nobility has led you not to choose this way of defense. Of this, I am proud and thank you.”
Pennsylvania Senior Deputy Attorney General Daniel Dye on Twitter had a few things to say about the pope’s use of the word “mistakes.”
Tyler's earlier remark that "Pope Francis still has a lot to do" is the understatement of the year.
The next "step" he takes should be stepping down as leader of the Catholic church.