Thursday Short Cuts — The Patriot Post

Upright: “It is fundamental to the Democrats’ worldview and reason for being that all hate comes from the right. They constantly tout themselves as the party of inclusion, tolerance and love. … [But] our politics today are suffused with hate, to a degree not seen within my lifetime. Above all, hate for President Trump. Also, hate for conservatives. Hate for Republicans. Hate for all those who fail to toe the latest, ever-shifting intersectional line. … And yet the Democrats cannot admit that they, and the Left, are the overwhelming source of hatred in today’s world.” —John Hinderaker

The BIG Lie: “I was the first person who ran for president without the protection of the Voting Rights Act, and I will tell you, it makes a really big difference. And it doesn’t just make a difference in Alabama and Georgia; it made a difference in Wisconsin, where the best studies that have been done said somewhere between 40 [thousand] and 80,000 people were turned away from the polls because of the color of their skin, because of their age, because of whatever excuse could be made up to stop a fellow American citizen from voting.” —Hillary Clinton with a lie so big even The Washington Post gave her four Pinocchios

The BIG Lie II: “I was at the border this past weekend. What [Trump] is proposing going on there is mythology. It is not reality.” —Nancy Pelosi


Non Compos Mentis: “The idea that a woman can be as powerful as a man is something that our society can’t deal with. But I am as powerful as a man and it drives them crazy.” —Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Delusional: “Nancy [Pelosi] is a typical white feminist upholding the patriarchy doing the dirty work of powerful white men.” —Women’s March co-chair Linda Sarsour

Belly laugh of the week: “For all the mistakes we made, we didn’t make mistakes of integrity, and I’m proud that we left office without a scandal.” —Barack Obama

And last… “At some point we stopped asking a very fundamental philosophical question: What is the government and what is it supposed to do? Our Founders thought the government’s job was to protect and ensure liberty. People today seem to think [the government’s] job is to protect comfort and lifestyle.” —Matt Walsh


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