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    The Democrats’ No Good, Very Bad Week at Legal Insurrection

    The Democrats’ No Good, Very Bad Week at Legal Insurrection

    All the news you may have missed.

    This past week began badly for the Democrats.

    Then things got worse.

    And worse…

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    Trump, on the other hand…

    This is horrible.

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    inspectorudy | February 3, 2019 at 11:35 am

    As we have learned over the years, the crime is never as bad as the coverup. I personally do not think his costume was anything to be upset about. 30 years ago I went to my son’s grammar school costume party dressed as an African king in blackface with a leopard skin cape and gold crown. This was because they had been reading about Africa and the many tribal differences that existed there. It had no disrespect connected with it and none was taken. But in today’s world, if that photo came out I couldn’t run for POTUS. THANK GOD! 35 year ago his was just a costume with no social meaning, although the KKK hood certainly did. But he has handled it poorly. First, he didn’t remember it and then could not identify which one he was in the photo. Now he is saying that it is not him in either costume. But the true expose is the decadent msm in that they are more outraged over the photo than his kill a baby at birth proposal!

    CKYoung | February 3, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    I would include the jussie smullet incident in the very bad week. That story is Duke Lacrosse 2.0. Very little of it makes sense, but the huge tell is the failure to turn the cell phone over to police. I’ll bet a large sum of money the phone not only disproves the story, but shows an active plot to make Trump supporters look bad.

      4fun in reply to CKYoung. | February 3, 2019 at 8:08 pm

      Last night, Smollett publicly admitted his rib was NOT broken or fractured, a “fact” first reported by @tmz based on sources close to Smollett and spread like wildfire by lib narrative-driven media. How many will correct?

      — Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) February 3, 2019

    Save Caterpillars, Not Babies

    Democratic Virginia Del. Kathy Tran introduced “House Bill No. 2495 – Fall cankerworm; spraying prohibited during certain months” on Jan. 9, the same day as “House Bill No. 2491 — Abortion; eliminate certain requirements.”
    Tran’s other piece of legislation aims to protect insects such as “gypsy moths” and “cankerworms.”

    According to Virginia’s Legislative Information System, House Bill No. 2495 is:

    A BILL to amend and reenact § 15.2-2403 of the Code of Virginia and to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in Article 1 of Chapter 9 of Title 15.2 a section numbered 15.2-926.4, relating to cankerworms; eradication; prohibition on spraying during certain months.

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