Shooters in Colorado School Were Transgender, Trump-Hating, Democrats Who Love Obama

H/T Godfather Politics.

Now we know why this story dropped off of the drive-by media’s radar.

The shooters are left-wing loon tunes.

Every school shooter is a Delusional DemocRat,

The media won’t tell you this, but the two killers who shot up a Colorado high school were liberals. One was transgender, the other a registered Democrat, and both were Trump haters.

The two shooters who rampaged through a K-12 STEM school located in Douglas County were both liberals. Devon Erickson, 18, and a younger student who police first thought was a boy but later found to be a girl, were taken into custody after the shooting.

The named shooter, Devon Erickson, shows all the signs of a left-wing anarchist, Heavy reported.

For instance, he had spray painted “Fuck Society” on the side of his car.

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Car towed from suspect’s home apparently has “F*** SOCIETY” spray painted on the side. Also “666” and a what looks like a pentagram sprayed on the hood.

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Erickson is also a registered Democrat who hates Christians and Trump and loves Obama.

“You know what I hate? All these Christians who hate gays, yet in the bible, it says in Deuteronomy 17:12-13, if someone doesn’t do what their priest tells them to do, they are supposed to die. It has plenty of crazy stuff like that,” he wrote in one Facebook post a couple years ago. “But all they get out of it is ‘ewwwwww gays.’” In 2015, Erickson put a celebrate pride filter onto a Facebook picture.

Also:

With one post, he wrote, “I’m covered in ink and addicted to pain.” 9News reported that police were expected to search a home owned by James and Stephanie Erickson. Stephanie’s Facebook page was deleted shortly after news broke of the shooting.

Heavy has a ton of more evidence of his leftism.

Finally, the second suspect is a transgender kid, a girl posing as a boy.

The second suspect was not named because she is underage, but Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said on May 8 that the suspect is a “juvenile female.” The sheriff added, “We originally thought the juvenile was a male by appearance. I did the press release very early on before the detectives were able to get medical… were able to speak to her.”

Further, on the second suspect: The Denver Channel said that “the second suspect, who is a minor, is a transgender male who was in the midst of transitioning from female to male.” The motive, the station alleges, “went beyond bullying and involved revenge and anger towards others at the school,” adding that one suspect “was involved in legal and illegal drug use and had been in therapy.”

Republicans Holding Eric Holder In Contempt Was Different Than Democrats Holding Bill Barr In Contempt. Here’s How.

H/T BarbWire.

This is what the drive-by media will not tell you about these two contempt charges.

No, it’s not because one was in a Republican administration and the other was in a Democrat administration.

There are actual legal differences in the cases, which shows that Democrats are engaging in purely partisan politics in their vote to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt because he won’t break the law and provide congress with a version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report that includes unredacted grand jury information.

Over at National Review, Michael McConnell (a former federal appellate judge and Stanford law professor) explains the legal and constitutional differences between the documents former Attorney General Eric Holder refused to turn over as part of a congressional investigation into “Fast and Furious” and Barr refusing to break the law to unredact seven lines in the Mueller report.

First, background: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), under the Obama administration, provided weapons to Mexican drug cartels in an effort to track illegal gun sales. Instead, the weapons came back into the U.S. and were used to kill Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. As McConnell wrote after the news of the scandal broke, “Holder’s assistant attorney general sent a letter to Congress declaring that the Obama administration had no knowledge of the operation” — a letter Holder later admitted was false.

A congressional committee demanded Holder’s Department of Justice turn over documents “relating to actions the Department took to silence or retaliate against Fast and Furious whistleblowers,” McConnell noted. When Holder failed to comply with the request, Republicans issued a subpoena. The DOJ continued to withhold the information and said it would only provide the requested documents if the investigation was closed.” In response, Republicans held Holder in contempt while then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) defended Holder.

As for Barr, he is barred (pun intended) by law from disclosing the grand jury information. As McConnell wrote:

In the Fast & Furious matter, the Republicans engaged in 15 months of negotiations between the House Committee’s first subpoena on March 30, 2011, and its finding of contempt against Holder on June 19, 2012, repeatedly narrowing its requests in hopes of getting cooperation. The Democrats subpoenaed the unredacted Mueller report on April 19 and voted to hold Barr in contempt three weeks later, on May 8. The vote was entirely on party lines, with every Republican voting against. Even Chairman Nadler seems to recognize that Barr would need to get a court order before he could reveal the grand-jury material, but he held Barr in contempt anyway.

Further, McConnell wrote, the Obama administration made a sweeping claim of “privilege” and the “separation of powers” basically saying they weren’t constitutionally required to respond to congressional subpoenas.

“Contradiction? In 2012, when Holder was resisting a congressional subpoena, the separation of powers precluded compelling production of the subpoenaed documents. Today, resistance — even with a specific legal basis — is a ‘constitutional crisis,’” McConnell wrote.

Democrats didn’t get what they wanted in the Mueller report, and are now simply lashing out wherever they can. They have since turned their attention toward Barr, claiming he is engaging in a cover-up for… completely following the law.

FBI Raids Alabama Terror Camp Connected To Son Of RADICAL Imam

H/T Kerry Picket.com

We have heard little or nothing about this story in the drive-by media.

How many more terror camps are there in America?

Alabama Terror CampA suspected terror training camp in Macon County, Alabama

The FBI uncovered a homegrown terror training camp in Alabama Friday owned by a group of terrorists headed up by the son of Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, an Imam who once caused a stir at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.

This is the second domestic terror training camp in two years that the younger Wahhaj has been connected to

According to Sinclair Broadcasting, the FBI field office in Mobile described the rundown plot of land in Macon County as a “makeshift military-style obstacle course,” on property owned by a small group of jihadists and Wahhaj.

Imam Wahhaj has a curious history and involvement within the political world and radical Islam.

“Just because you’re in a small town or a small state does not mean you might not potentially have individuals engaged in the types of activities that would call into question threats to national security,” Tim Fuhrman, Former Special Agent with the FBI field office in Mobile, said.

The land reportedly appears similar to the terror compound found in New Mexico last year, where federal prosecutors say Wahhaj and four other suspects were teaching children how to carry out terror attacks on American soil. The remains of a child were found on the New Mexico property along with 11 malnourished children.

Wahhaj’s father distanced himself from his son when the New Mexico compound case came to light, claiming he previously cut ties with his son.

Nevertheless, Imam Wahhaj has a curious history and involvement within the political world and radical Islam.

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Alabama Terror Camp (Photo Courtesy of Sinclair Broadcasting)

In 1991 he became the first Muslim to ever offer the invocation at the start of the new session of the House of Representatives led by Democrat Speaker Tom Foley.

Two years later, however, the Brooklyn imam was alleged to be a co-conspirator to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. According to the New York Observer several members of Wahhaj’s Brooklyn mosque were also indicted and he testified in support of them.

Additionally, he testified in support of Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman—the anti-American terrorist known as the “blind sheikh.”

Despite the Brooklyn imam’s radical background throughout the years Democrats continued to include him in ceremonies where he is honored in some way.

In 2012, at the DNC Convention in Charlotte, an uproar occurred over Wahhaj when it was found that he was a speaker at what appeared to be a DNC listed event.

Following the backlash, however, a senior host committee official told NBC News, “This event, like many others on the page, was user generated.”

The official went further, “Upon further review, and because speakers for the event and statements and positions from event organizers were not appropriate and relevant to the Host Committee, Charlotte in 2012 has decided to remove the event from our events calendar.”

Two years later, though, Nassau County, New York District Attorney Kathleen Rice, now a Democrat Congresswoman from the area, found herself withdrawing from an event after it was revealed by the Observer she was to speak alongside Wahhaj.

Rice’s spokesman claimed at the time that Rice had only accepted the invitation to appear when Wahhaj was not on the guest list.

Most recently, The Washington Free Beacon reported, then- Democratic Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison, now Minnesota Attorney General, quietly backed away from a December 2016 Muslim American Society’s annual conference.

He was expected to deliver the keynote address at the event at the time where the speakers included Wahhaj and Abdelfattah Mourou, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia.

 

LMAO: More Women Donated To Trump’s Re-Election Bid Than ANY 2020 Democrat Candidate

H/T Clash Daily.

How is this going to be spun by the Delusional DemocRat and the drive-by media?

Uh-oh. It looks like President Donald J. Trump is pretty popular with the ladies! How are Democrats going to spin this news?

The prevailing narrative is that women don’t like President Donald J. Trump. That’s what you’d get from the Media(D) as they breathlessly covered the NastyWomen’s March and their extremist organizers with anti-Semitic and alleged terror ties — or, in at least one case, an actual terrorist.

But that’s not the whole story.

Because if you go to a Trump Rally, you’ll see ladies like this:

It’s a beautiful thing.

But the Media(D) refuse to cover that, don’t they?

I know this firsthand — I like President Trump and I’m a woman.

Apparently, I’m not alone.

If the first quarter donation results indicate a trend — that is some BAD news for the Dems!

The Federal Election Commission data reveals that close to THREE TIMES the number of women have donated to the Trump campaign in the first quarter than the nearest Democratic challenger.

10,375 women have donated to Trump in the first quarter of 2019, more than double the nearest Democratic challenger. California Sen. Kamala Harris had the second highest number of female donors with 3,850.

Not only is he getting more women donating to his campaign, but the donations are much smaller on average. This means it’s not just the hoity-toity elitists maxing out their donations, it’s the average, blue-collar American women in “flyover country.”

Trump’s average donation per woman donor is also much lower than his top female opponents. New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s average donation was $1,321, and Sen. Harris’s average was $935 per woman respectively, while Trump’s donors average out to $141.

The numbers were released by the Center for Responsive Politics which compiled the information using FEC data.

It’s not just because there is a glut of candidates over on the Democrat side, either. President Trump’s campaign has raised more money from women than all of the other Democratic candidates combined.

When including all of Trump’s fundraising beyond just the first quarter of 2020, 20,363 women have donated $7,592,966 to the president’s reelection campaign. That means overall, Trump has received more total contributions from women than all of the Democratic candidates combined, although Trump has had more time to fundraise than the Democratic candidates.

Source: Daily Caller

If you look at the percentage of donations divided by gender, President Trump is still looking very, very good. He’s got more female donors by percentage than Beto, Bernie, and Buttigieg. Actually, he’s only behind Gillibrand and Harris if you’re using that metric. By the way, it’s the most MAGA number that you could ever get.

Percentage of female donors by candidate (Q1 2019): 

Kirsten Gillibrand: 52.48%
Kamala Harris: 49.27%
Donald Trump: 45.45%
Amy Klobuchar: 45.20%
Beto O’Rourke: 44.86%
Julian Castro: 42.25%
Elizabeth Warren: 41.48%
John Delaney: 39.45%
Jay Inslee: 39.04%
Cory Booker: 38.30%
John Hickenlooper: 35.05%
Pete Buttigieg: 33.53%
Bernie Sanders: 33.29%
Tulsi Gabbard: 29.34%
Andrew Yang: 23.10%

Yes, dearies, POTUS 45 has 45.45% of his donations coming from women.

 

Reporter: Biden Campaign Physically Blocking Press from Asking Questions

H/T The Washington Free Beacon.

Why is Slow Joe The Gaff Machine Biden afraid of questions from the drive-by media?

After all the drive-by media types are the enablers of the Delusional DemocRats

A freelance reporter covering Joe Biden’s presidential campaign launch says the campaign has gotten physical in its attempts to block the press from questioning the former vice president.

Marcus DiPaola, a videographer who was on the trail with Biden Wednesday night in Iowa, used his Twitter account to voice complaints from multiple members of the press regarding poor treatment from campaign staff, which was reportedly blocking reporters from asking questions and taking photographs of anyone who objected.

“A reporter approached @JoeBiden to ask a question and a member of his staff told the reporter to leave, and when the reporter explained that they were just doing their job, the staffer said she was too,” DiPaola wrote. “The staffer then took a photo of the reporter.”

His initial tweet was followed by other similar anecdotes from the trail.

“A different reporter just told me that yesterday a staff member physically put their body between the reporter and @JoeBiden,” he wrote. “The reporter said they weren’t even that close and that there were several supporters between the reporter and Biden.”

“This second reporter tells me the staffer physically invaded their space to the point that the reporter could smell the staffer’s ponytail.”

“THIRD reporter just told me that a staff member physically put their body between @JoeBiden and the reporter, moments ago at this rally in Des Moines,” he wrote. “This third reporter just told me that the @JoeBiden staffer blocked his camera shot by putting up her hands.”

DiPaola said reporters were unwilling to put their names to complaints, fearing it would jeopardize their ability to cover the campaign effectively in the future.

Eventually, the treatment from the campaign impacted DiPaola himself as he was trying to capture video of Biden leaving the event.

The campaign attempted to “remove” the press from a public lot and told reporters they would not be allowed to ask questions, according to DiPaola. It then moved the location of Biden’s motorcade numerous times and sent Biden through a Jimmy Johns in its attempt to avoid questions, but was ultimately unsuccessful.

DiPaola was able to capture video, available on Getty Images, of Biden saying he thinks Attorney General William Barr should resign.

His full Twitter thread on actions taken by the Biden campaign to limit the press can be read below.

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A reporter approached @JoeBiden to ask a question and a member of his staff told the reporter to leave, and when the reporter explained that they were just doing their job, the staffer said she was too. The staffer then took a photo of the reporter.

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A different reporter just told me that yesterday a staff member physically put their body between the reporter and @JoeBiden. The reporter said they weren’t even that close and that there were several supporters between the reporter and Biden.

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This second reporter tells me the staffer physically invaded their space to the point that the reporter could smell the staffer’s ponytail.

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A THIRD reporter just told me that a staff member physically put their body between @JoeBiden and the reporter, moments ago at this rally in Des Moines.

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Marcus DiPaola

@marcusdipaola

This third reporter just told me that the @JoeBiden staffer blocked his camera shot by putting up her hands.

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@JoeBiden staffers just tried to remove us from what appears to be a public lot, said we could not ask questions.

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While getting the video I just shot of Biden calling for Barr to resign, a @JoeBiden staffer physically placed her body between me and the candidate, causing me to bump into her.

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Here’s the video. @JoeBiden calls on AG Bill Barr to resign: “I think he’s lost the confidence of the American people. I think he should.”

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I cannot express how difficult it was to get this video. @JoeBiden staff moved his motorcade THREE TIMES to avoid us, and he eventually went through what appeared to be a TUNNEL to a nearby Jimmy John’s to dodge our questions.

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Exclusive – Marsha Blackburn: Even the Media Can’t Ignore Historic Job Numbers

H/T Breitbart.

The drive-by media will do its best to downplay these historic job numbers.

They just can’t help themselves. The liberal media does it every single day. They are drawn like moths to the flame for the D.C. story of the day. This week they were enamored with the House Democrats’ antics and their latest stunt. Republicans, with President Donald J. Trump’s leadership, remain focused on what the American people elected us to do. But even the media could not ignore the historic nature of the April jobs numbers released by the Labor Department on Friday.

The top level numbers are impressive on their own. The United States economy added 263,000 jobs last month, considerably more than the 180,000 economists expected.

To consider the real value of these statistics, we must remember that in each one of those 263,000 jobs is now a teenager saving for college, a single mom working to make ends meet, an anxious parent striving to provide for their children, and a deserving veteran joining the civilian workforce after serving our country.

The unemployment rate dropped down to 3.6 percent. That’s the lowest unemployment rate since December 1969, when I was a high school student working in a dress shop on weekends. Peter, Paul, and Mary; Steam; Diana Ross and The Supremes were at the top of the Billboard Charts. A Boy Named Charlie Brown first hit theaters, and we had just landed on the moon for the first time.

If you want a job, you can find a job, especially in Tennessee where we beat the national averages.

When we dig deeper, we see a number of other positive statistics. The unemployment rate for adult women — defined as women over 20 years old — fell to just 3.1 percent. That’s the lowest rate since 1953. Women are benefiting every day by the Trump economy. There is more money in their pockets every month. Also impressive, the jobless rate for our veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan hit the lowest level since 2006 — just 1.7 percent.

During the first quarter of 2019, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased to 3.2 percent, which also exceeded expectations. Productivity also saw its largest gain in five years.

To top it off, we are just months away from the longest economic expansion in history. Even The New York Times had to admit, “the labor market the United States is experiencing right now wasn’t supposed to be possible.” The same New York Times article states: “tax cuts and deregulation are most likely part of the reason for the strong growth rates in 2018 and the beginning of 2019.”

President Trump is keeping his promise to the American people, and he is delivering real results that cannot be ignored. As a businessman himself, the president understands something too many in government ignore: the government does not — and should not — create jobs. Instead, it should be the government’s role to create an environment that allows small business owners to do what they do best — innovate and create new jobs.

Our emphasis implementing pro-growth policies has helped the United States economy thrive and has prompted historically low unemployment rates. Now is not the time to take our foot off the gas.

Socialist plans like the Green New Deal and Medicare for All will not keep the economy growing; but maintaining the Republican majority in the Senate, taking back the House, and keeping President Trump in the White House for four more years will.

While Democrats in Washington continue to look for every opportunity to expand an already too big government, we’ll remain focused on what matters: producing results for the American people. The choice is yours: Do you choose freedom or do you allow socialism to grow?

Marsha Blackburn, a Republican, is a U.S. senator from Tennessee.

DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL ROD ROSENSTEIN SUBMITS RESIGNATION TO TRUMP

H/T The Daily Caller.

How long before the drive-by media and the Delusional DemocRats blame President Trump for this rat faced bastard quitting.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein submitted his resignation to President Donald Trump on Monday after months of speculation that he was planning to leave the Justice Department.

His resignation will become effective on May 11, according to a copy of the resignation letter that was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

“I am grateful to you for the opportunity to serve; for the courtesy and humor you often display in our personal conversations; and for the goals you set in your inaugural address: patriotism, unity, safety, education and prosperity,” Rosenstein wrote to Trump.

He also spoke positively of his time in the DOJ, stating, “We enforce the law without fear or favor because credible evidence is not partisan, and truth is not determined by opinion polls. We ignore fleeting distractions and focus our attention on the things that matter, because a republic that endures is not governed by the news cycle.”

Rosenstein was initially reported to be leaving the DOJ in mid-March after the confirmation of Bill Barr as the new attorney general, but apparently decided to stay on a bit longer for the rollout of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. (RELATED: Rod Rosenstein Staying At Justice Department A ‘Little Longer’)

Rosenstein’s nearly two-year run at the DOJ was not without controversy.

In February, reports surfaced that Rosenstein floated the idea of wearing a wire to secretly record his conversations with President Trump. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe claimed Rosenstein was “absolutely serious” about the prospect of surveilling the president, but the DOJ said McCabe’s statements were “inaccurate and factually incorrect.”

Rosenstein was also responsible for the appointment of the special counsel after Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey. The special counsel’s investigation took approximately two years and cost $25 million in taxpayer funds but did not find evidence of collusion and did not reach a conclusion on obstruction of justice.

In a speech last Thursday, Rosenstein defended his handling of the Mueller report and implicated the Obama administration for not doing more to stop Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. He also took shots at Comey, stating, “the FBI director [Comey] announced at a congressional hearing that there was a counterintelligence investigation that might result in criminal charges. Then the former FBI director alleged that the president pressured him to close the investigation, and the president denied that the conversation occurred.”

Before submitting his resignation, Rosenstein also defended his boss, Attorney General Barr.

“He’s being as forthcoming as he can, and so this notion that he’s trying to mislead people, I think is just completely bizarre,” Rosenstein said Thursday in a rare interview with the WSJ.