Very Interesting:
Tim Pool, who I do not agree with on many things, but who is what I would call a "honest moderate liberal" (Calls out the dems hypocrisy and problems), eviscerates AOC. A poll came out where only 22% of Swing voters had favorable view of her. Ilhan Omar only had 9% favorable!!!!

"You are losing us and you dont care!"
He makes the point that the Democrats might lose Swing voters, who they need to win 2020, because of AOC!


True, but it's much more than that.

Trump is saying what MOST Americans feel.

We don't actually WANT the Somali and the Palestinian deported, but we like to hear the president say it.

It's fun to hear someone fearlessly say, "Who the hell do you think you are?"

When Third World Twitter lunatics attacked me, I said, "Speak English, savage."

It made them hysterical with rage, and it made others laugh.

Trump doesn't let people hide behind their race or ethnicity.


Someone pointed out -- might have been @drawandstrike -- that Trump is actually treating Omar and Tlaib like he treats all of his adversaries. IOW, he's NOT treating them as inferiors who can't be criticized -- like many people on both sides of the aisle do.



That's 100% correct. During the campaign, people complained about how he responded to vicious attacks from females. My point to them was,
"You champion the whole "equality" thing, right? He's being fair and equal across the board, with every naysayer.
"Don't say you want it, then complain when you get it."

@ThomasWic @drawandstrike @thinksolon


@Cdubois @baldilocks @ThomasWic @drawandstrike @thinksolon

Remember during the first Republican debate of 2016, Megyn Kelly was so unprofessional and rude to Trump. Nobody else on the stage was treated with obvious venom. And she got affronted that he hit back hard at both her and O'Donnell, giving her ugliness right back to her that night, but especially the next day. Eye for an eye among equals.

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