It's really something to watch these Trump boot lickers on state-run TV whine about protesters and incivility from Democrats while simultaneously dehumanizing everyone on the left as "demon rats."
I'm used to Republicans taking the words of Democrats out of context so they can distort their meaning, but in this case we're talking about a quote that's innocuous even in the short version.
Although it was hard to imagine Fox News’ rhetoric getting any more inflammatory or divisive, the network has found a way. Not surprisingly, it’s in sync with Donald Trump.
Trump sycophant Tucker Carlson irresponsibly compares leaders of the Democratic party to the genocidal Hutu leaders of Rwanda.
Everything Trump touches is contaminated with his own self-interest.
Because he really exposed his guilt right there, didn't he?
It's sort of sad that a guy who aspires to the Supreme Court has left himself open to mockery, but that's where we are.
The Texas Board of Education strikes again.
After The Daily Caller wrote a bogus story claiming China hacked Hillary Clinton's servers, the FBI had to issue a corrective statement confirming they have no evidence of any hacks, much less from China.
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