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The State of the Democrat Party – Part 2


This negative attitude towards our Constitution has been in the Democrat party for a long time.  Even in FDR’s days he was willing to “stack” the US Supreme Court to get his New Deal through the Courts which I discussed in my last column. 1  The Carter administration established a full blown government Department of Education even though there is no provision in the Constitution for this.  Carter and FDR were both Democrats and then came Democrat LBJ and pushed the government further out of its constitutional jurisdiction by initiating Medicare: Medicare was created in 1965 when people over 65 found it virtually impossible to get private health insurance coverage. Medicare has made access to health care a universal right for Americans once they reach age 65. This has helped improve the health and longevity of older Americans. 2  No president since has opposed that overreach. Obama’s actions that ignored the boundaries of the Executive branch can be seen here. 3,4,5 There are simply too many to try to list.  It would take a month or better to go through them all.

This hatred has gone deep into the Democrat Party. The younger generation pay no attention to what is going on.  A group put together a video asking students for their opinion of the SOTU address . . . several days before the address: How racist did liberals think President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech was? It was such a racist performance that they were able to adjudge it as such seven days before he actually delivered it.

Trump’s speech, his first official State of the Union as president, doesn’t take place until Tuesday night. However, liberal students at NYU interviewed by Campus Reform assured the camera crew that a speech the president was yet to give was irretrievably bigoted.

The interviewer baited students with questions on the premise that the speech had taken place the night before. While some were honest — “I didn’t watch it because I couldn’t bring myself to watch it,” one young woman said — others were … less so.

“Quite racist, at the very least, if not up there with most racist,” said one student — who had obviously spent hours diligently poring over every State of the Union ever given, including Franklin Pierce’s 1856 address in which he railed against “the strenuous agitation by citizens of the Northern States, in Congress and out of it, of the question of Negro emancipation in the Southern States.” 6

The ignorance of the younger generations is appalling to say the least.  We can thank the Democrat Party for this statistic too.  It has been the Democrat/socialist ideology that has required only the ability to think what you’re told to think.  I have been known to say it like this: “Students are taught what to think but not how to think.”  Listen to them talk.  Look at there ‘values’.  There is no nationalism, America is the root of ALL the world’s problems, white supremacist slave owners founded America, a sin that can never be forgiven, yet the sex/human slavery of today practiced by islam is completely ignored.  Our history nor our Constitution is no longer taught in our schools.  Liberals don’t want educated people, just people smart enough to do what they are told.  A person that can think for himself is dangerous to them.  You can see that by how a liberal black treats a conservative black.  They want they to stay on the plantation but blame the white person for the plantation.

President Trump’s State of the Union address last night received a big response, as he pledged to close loop holes to deal with violent criminal gangs, backed Guantanamo Bay and pledged to stand up for “America’s struggling workers”.

The speech received an incredible reaction amongst those who watched it, with 75% approving of it according to a YouGov poll for CBS News.

The US President reiterated that his “highest loyalty, my greatest compassion, and my constant concern is for America’s children, America’s struggling workers, and America’s forgotten communities”.

On the economy, Trump said that the “era of economic surrender is over” and pointed out how “the stock market has smashed one record after another, gaining $8 trillion in value. 7  The Democrats sat for most of the night.  It wasn’t just a display of hatred for Trump, it was also a display of their hatred of America!  Everything that brought the conservatives out of their seats was something that was benefitting America and Americans.  Democrats loathed those things because it would end up making them look like the self-centered globalists they are.  They do not like being exposed.

During his first State of the Union address, President Donald Trump made a point of highlighting recent news that the black unemployment rate had fallen to its lowest level in history.

The Congressional Black Caucus, however, greeted his comment with a nearly silent response. 8 How can a community be so indifferent to something that means that for the first time in recorded history their community is making great strides in prosperity?  A slave owner doesn’t want their slaves to prosper.  The Black Caucus uses the blacks in their district to their own benefit. You can see here9  how Maxine Waters is liked in her district, which she doesn’t even live in.

Both Parties have their low lifes.  Gutierrez teamed up with Republican Speaker of the House to push for amnesty for all the illegals in the country:  Rep. Gutierrez is a communist supporting open borders and the Cloward-Piven strategy of destroying America.

In a video is entitled: “Rep. Paul Ryan and Rep. Luis Gutierrez Push For Immigration Reform.” In the wide-ranging 53 minute video, which took place in Chicago, both Gutierrez and Ryan outline their shared plan for adopting open borders: that is, a national policy of allowing companies to bring in and hire as many foreign workers as they would like. This “free movement” of people across national boundaries is the centerpiece of the open borders ideology to which Ryan has devoted much of his career.

In the video, Ryan begins by adopting a left-wing narrative about GOP voters and suggesting that their opposition to mass migration is fueled by “ignorance.” Ryan rejects the idea that America is “a country”— i.e. a land with a fixed border and heritage—but instead an “idea” since ideas don’t have borders. 10

Not many people regret voting for Trump.  He is unconventional.  He is a little crass.  Winston Churchill was not well liked either but he was the right man for the job at the time.  Trump is a threat to the establishment and new World Order.  Good! We don’t need either. The Rothschilds have used their globalist media mouthpiece to declare that Donald Trump is threatening to destroy the New World Order, for good.  Globalism propaganda tool and Rothschild family-owned publication, The Economist has branded the US President a “present danger” to the “New World Order,” and stated that the “internationalists” that formed it are “spinning in their graves.
“The Economist names Trump is the biggest threat to the “liberal” New World Order above other legitimate threats such as jihadism and terrorism, Communist Chinese expansion, and North Korean hostility.”

Perhaps the greatest danger at present is the incumbency of an American president who despises international norms, who disparages free trade and who continually flirts with abandoning America’s essential role in maintaining the global legal order,” writes The Economist.
       Infowars reports: The globalist outlet refers to a book titled “The Internationalists,” to explain the origins of the “liberal international order” as a move to “make the waging of aggressive war illegal,” which is why it must be “defended like never before.” 11

With so many people and organizations that hate Trump and are opposing him at every turn that hate American, it makes me glad that I voted for him.

Foot Notes


iPatriot Contributers


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