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Trump warns Democrats to make immigration deal before election, or ‘you’re going to lose’

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President Trump twitterstorm on Monday slams the Democrats, warning them  not to

“wait until after the election because you are going to lose!”. The president also blames the Democrats for current immigration problem: “It is the Democrats fault for being weak and ineffective with Boarder Security and Crime…Children are being used by some of the worst criminals on earth as a means to enter our country.”

 

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 18, 2018

The Democrats should get together with their Republican counterparts and work something out on Border Security & Safety. Don’t wait until after the election because you are going to lose!

 

Why don’t the Democrats give us the votes to fix the world’s worst immigration laws? Where is the outcry for the killings and crime being caused by gangs and thugs, including MS-13, coming into our country illegally?

 

It is the Democrats fault for being weak and ineffective with Boarder Security and Crime. Tell them to start thinking about the people devastated by Crime coming from illegal immigration. Change the laws!

 

Children are being used by some of the worst criminals on earth as a means to enter our country. Has anyone been looking at the Crime taking place south of the border. It is historic, with some countries the most dangerous places in the world. Not going to happen in the U.S.

 

 

DEMOCRATS TO FIGHT ANTI-VOTER FRAUD ‘BALLOT HARVESTING’ BAN IN ARIZONA – CLAIMS IT OPPRESSES MINORITY VOTES

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  • Under the law, if a person gets caught taking other people’s completed ballots to the polls for them, he or she could face felony charges.
  • Democrats have argued those efforts are a veiled attempt to strip away minority voting power

 

Democrats are continuing their legal battle against Arizona’s “ballot harvesting” law, claiming it was passed to dilute minority voting power.

This comes even as a federal judge recently ruled the law was constitutional.

The law, which makes it illegal for absentee voters to allow others to collect their completed absentee ballots and submit them to election officials on the voters’ behalf, was enacted in 2016. Under the law, if a person gets caught taking other people’s completed ballots to the polls for them, he or she could face felony charges.

The Arizona Democratic Party and Democratic National Committee sued the state and Maricopa County over the law. But it was upheld May 8 after U.S. District Judge Douglas Rayes ruled the groups failed to show that the Arizona legislature passed the law with the intent of suppressing minority voters.

Democrats have vowed to continue their legal fight.

“I respect the court’s decision but I don’t agree with it and that’s why,” said State Rep. Richard Andrade, D-Glendale about why the ruling was still being challenged. “It’s something that really impacts certain people.”

Andrade said the law disenfranchises those who live in remote areas, working-class families, minorities and those with disabilities because they have a tough time getting to a post office.

 

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/05/15/dems-wage-battle-against-arizona-s-ballot-harvesting-ban-amid-voter-fraud-concerns.html

POLL SHOWS MILLENIALS TIRING OF DEMOCRAT PARTY

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Reuters/Ipsos surveyed 65,000 young adults in 2016, and then again at the same time in 2018—and the left seems to be quickly losing ground.

During the first three months of both 2016 and 2018, Reuters/Ipsos queried roughly 65,000 millenials on a range of issues, and their political affiliation. It was a credible poll—its margin for error no more than one percent—and what it showed suggests that even younger generations have begun to rethink their typically overwhelming allegiance to the Left.

In 2016, 55% of the surveyed youths reported that “if the election for U.S. Congress were held today,” they would vote for the Democratic congressional candidate in their respective districts. Only 27% supported the idea of a Republican representative in the House, with the remaining 18% unsure.

But in 2018, the same question prompted a significantly different response: While outright Republican support was much the same, standing around 28%, support for a potential Democratic nominee had dropped to 46%, and the margin of those stranded between had risen to 26%.

 

 

Read more: Reuters/Ipsos Poll Suggests Millenials Tiring of Democrats

RIGGED! DEMOCRATS CHOOSE PRIMARY WINNERS AHEAD OF TIME, LEFT-WING BACKLASH!…CHEATING THEIR OWN PEOPLE :)

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  • Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) chairman Ben Ray Lujan had a policy that “early on, we’d try to agree on a candidate who we thought could win the general and give the candidate all the help we could give them,”

 

( Daily Caller ) Progressive activists are furious with Democratic Party leaders who have boosted establishment Democrats over their left-wing opponents in primary races across the country.

The Intercept on Thursday published audio of House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer pressuring progressive candidate Levi Tillemann to drop out of a Colorado primary, to clear the field for establishment candidate Jason Crow.

Tillemann secretly taped the conversation with Hoyer in December 2017 before leaking it this week to The Intercept.

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) chairman Ben Ray Lujan had a policy that “early on, we’d try to agree on a candidate who we thought could win the general and give the candidate all the help we could give them,” Hoyer explained in the audio.

Crow was one of 11 Democratic candidates named to the DCCC’s “Red to Blue” list in November 2017. Candidates on the list received fundraising and organizational support from the DCCC, giving them a boost over their primary opponents.

“Staying out of primaries sounds small-D democratic, very intellectual, and very interesting,” Hoyer said. “But it was clear that it was our policy and our hope that, early on, try to come to an agreement on a candidate that we thought could win the general, and to give that candidate all the help we could give them.”

“I am for Crow because a judgment was made very early on. I didn’t know Crow. I didn’t participate in the decision. But a decision was made early on by the Colorado delegation,” Hoyer added.

“So your position is, a decision was made very early on before voters had a say, and that’s fine because the DCCC knows better than the voters of the 6th Congressional District, and we should line up behind that candidate?” Tillemann asked.

“That’s certainly a consequence of our decision,” Hoyer answered.

 

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2018/04/26/dccc-2018-primary-progressive-backlash/

CHANCE THE RAPPER: ‘BLACK PEOPLE DON’T HAVE TO BE DEMOCRATS’

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  • Chance the Rapper : “Black people don’t have to be democrats”

 

“Black people don’t have to be democrats,” Chance the Rapper wrote on Twitter on Wednesday, amid liberal uproar over Kanye West’s vocal admiration for President Donald Trump.

 

Read more: Dam Breaking? Another Rapper Stands Up to Leftist Mob

Chance the Rapper: ‘Black People Don’t Have to be Democrats’

 

Democratic Party files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 election

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  • The Democratic National Committee sued the Trump campaign, the Russian government, Wikileaks on Friday, accusing them of conspiring to disrupt the 2016 presidential election.
  • President Donald Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. and son-in-law Jared Kushner are among the defendants.
  • The DNC says Russia found a “willing and active partner” in the Trump campaign to attack American democracy and defeat Hillary Clinton.

( CNBC ) The Democratic Party on Friday sued President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the Russian government and the Wikileaks group, claiming a broad illegal conspiracy to help Trump win the 2016 election.

The multi-million-dollar lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court says that “In the Trump campaign, Russia found a willing and active partner in this effort” to mount “a brazen attack on American Democracy,” which included Russian infiltration of the Democratic Party computer network.

The Trump campaign, according to the lawsuit, “gleefully welcomed Russia’s help.”

The suit says that “preexisting relationships with Russia and Russian oligarchs” with Trump and Trump associates “provided fertile ground for [the] Russia-Trump conspiracy.”

The common purpose of the scheme, according to the Democratic National Committee, was to “bolster Trump and denigrate the Democratic Party nominee,” Hillary Clinton, while boosting the candidacy of Trump, “whose policies would benefit the Kremlin.”

Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said the party’s suit “is not partisan, it’s patriotic.”

Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/20/democratic-party-files-suit-alleging-russia-the-trump-campaign-and-wikileaks-conspired-to-disrupt-the-2016-election-report.html

 

POLL: DEMOCRAT CANDIDATES SUPPORTING TRUMP’S IMPEACHMENT COULD HELP GOP IN MIDTERMS

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  • Poll: Three in ten Democrats say they would either definitely vote against a candidate who favors impeachment (18%) or are unsure (12%). 70% of Democrats would definitely vote for such a candidate. Among Republicans, 84% would not back a candidate seeking to impeach President Trump. A plurality of independents (47%) say the same.

 

A NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll of likely voters shows that whether a candidate supports impeaching President Donald Trump could have an impact during the upcoming midterm elections:

A congressional candidate’s position on whether or not to impeach President Donald Trump could be a motivating factor in this year’s midterm elections. A plurality of registered voters (47%) say they would definitely vote against a candidate for Congress who wants to impeach the president. 42% would definitely vote for a candidate who has that intent, and 10% are unsure.

Notably, three in ten Democrats say they would either definitely vote against a candidate who favors impeachment (18%) or are unsure (12%). 70% of Democrats would definitely vote for such a candidate. Among Republicans, 84% would not back a candidate seeking to impeach President Trump. A plurality of independents (47%) say the same.

“If the question of impeachment dominates the news this fall, like so many other voter concerns, it breaks along partisan lines,” Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, said. “But, because nearly one-third of Democrats are not eager to open up this debate, it is one potential campaign issue that advantages the GOP.”

 

 

Read more: Poll Shows Dem Candidates Supporting Trump’s Impeachment Could Help GOP in Midterms