After Boycotting Trump, Look What Top Democrat Could Lose — Records Prove He Is…



One good rule to follow if you are going to start a war of words is to be sure you have your facts straight and your own house in order. Otherwise, your opponents you have just antagonized are going to grab your errors and inconsistencies and beat you over the head with them. If your ego is so inflated that you think you can say what you wish without regard to the facts, you might set yourself up to be humiliated.

That said, there are those politicians who have made a career out of lying and who seem to get away with it – or at least seem not to suffer too much for spreading falsehoods.

The Clintons come to mind, but they have an enormous amount of company. Yet even such confirmed egomaniacs as Bill and Hillary can only push things so far. After all, she ran two campaigns for president and lost both times, once in the primaries to Obama, and once in the general election to Trump.

Bill got impeached and only stayed in office by a partisan vote in the Senate. Clearly, their legendary abilities to lie didn’t save the day for them in these cases. And it looks like another pompous, leftist politician has just gotten caught in a lie – and more.

John Lewis is a Congressman from Georgia who hails from the far left. He made news most recently with his derogatory comments about Donald Trump: “When asked by Meet The Press host Chuck Todd if he would cooperate with Donald Trump moving forward, Lewis responded, ‘It’s going to be very difficult. I don’t see this president-elect as a legitimate president.

I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected. And they helped destroy the candidacy of Hillary Clinton.’”

There’s a lot of conjecture there on the part of Mr. Lewis as he grabs at convenient theories and states them as fact to support his ridiculous notion that Donald Trump is not a legitimate president. In so doing, he echos what Mr. Obama and other leftists have said or implied. Unable to come to terms with their defeat, liberals have thrown temper-tantrums, which is really what all the “illegitimate president” talk boils down to.

However, Mr. Lewis, in shooting off his mouth, has brought two facts into focus:

First, “Lewis was revealed to be a liar, as his claim that Trump’s would be the first inauguration for him to miss was a fabrication. Turns out, the leftist Congressman also skipped the inauguration of George W. Bush, and for the very same reason.”

Then it was revealed that he has not “paid his fair share,” which is a liberal mantra if there ever was one. In violations of this sacred piece of liberal dogma we find that, “Records show that Democratic Rep. John Lewis, who attacked the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s presidency, has failed to pay taxes on his $1 million townhouse in Washington, D.C. (Source: The District of Columbia Office of Tax And Revenue, via GotNews)”

Perfect. The man casting stones at Donald Trump turns out to be a liar and a tax cheat. Of course, mindless leftist supporters will find a way to ignore these two inconvenient facts or explain them away. But you know the truth, and anyone willing to take a look can know the truth.

Mr. Lewis is nothing more than one more liberal liar – and a rather bad one at that. Perhaps he should take some lessons from Bill and Hillary, as if that will do him any good. He could try telling the truth, but don’t hold your breath

Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | It has begun. This is the first time that a lawyer has drawn up impeachment articles against Trump.

Paris Swade for Liberty Writers reports, Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) formally introduced an article of impeachment against President Trump this morning claiming that Trump obstructed justice by firing FBI director, James Comey.



The amounts given rise dramatically when looking at how much each senator running for re-election received.

Two days before the fast-track vote, Obama was a few votes shy of having the filibuster-proof majority he needed.

Ron Wyden and seven other Senate Democrats announced they were on the fence on 12 May, distinguishing themselves from the Senate’s 54 Republicans and handful of Democrats as the votes to sway.

In just 24 hours, Wyden and five of those Democratic holdouts – Michael Bennet of Colorado, Dianne Feinstein of California, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Patty Murray of Washington, and Bill Nelson of Florida – caved and voted for fast-track.

Bennet, Murray, and Wyden – all running for re-election in 2016 – received $105,900 between the three of them.

Bennet, who comes from the more purple state of Colorado, got $53,700 in corporate campaign donations between January and March 2015, according to Channing’s research.

Almost 100% of the Republicans in the US Senate voted for fast-track –

the only two non-votes on TPA were a Republican from Louisiana and a Republican from Alaska.

Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, who is the former US trade representative, has been one of the loudest proponents of the TPP.

He received $119,700 from 14 different corporations between January and March,

most of which comes from donations from Goldman Sachs ($70,600),

Pfizer ($15,700), and Procter & Gamble ($12,900).

Portman is expected to run against former Ohio governor Ted Strickland in 2016 in one of the most politically competitive states in the country.

The amounts given rise dramatically when looking at how much each senator running for re-election received.

Two days before the fast-track vote, Obama was a few votes shy of having the filibuster-proof majority he needed.

Ron Wyden and seven other Senate Democrats announced they were on the fence on 12 May, distinguishing themselves from the Senate’s 54 Republicans and handful of Democrats as the votes to sway.

In just 24 hours, Wyden and five of those Democratic holdouts – Michael Bennet of Colorado, Dianne Feinstein of California, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Patty Murray of Washington, and Bill Nelson of Florida – caved and voted for fast-track.

Bennet, Murray, and Wyden – all running for re-election in 2016 – received $105,900 between the three of them.

Bennet, who comes from the more purple state of Colorado, got $53,700 in corporate campaign donations between January and March 2015, according to Channing’s research.

Almost 100% of the Republicans in the US Senate voted for fast-track –

the only two non-votes on TPA were a Republican from Louisiana and a Republican from Alaska.

Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, who is the former US trade representative, has been one of the loudest proponents of the TPP.

He received $119,700 from 14 different corporations between January and March, most of which comes from donations from

Goldman Sachs ($70,600), Pfizer ($15,700), and Procter & Gamble ($12,900). Portman is expected to run against former Ohio governor Ted Strickland in 2016 in one of the most politically competitive states in the country.

Seven Republicans who voted “yea” to fast-track and are also running for re-election next year cleaned up between January and March.

Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia received $102,500 in corporate contributions.

Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, best known for proposing a Monsanto-written bill in 2013 that became known as the Monsanto Protection Act, received $77,900
– $13,500 of which came from Monsanto.

Arizona senator and former presidential candidate John McCain received

$51,700 in the first quarter of 2015.

Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina received $60,000 in corporate donations.

Eighty-one-year-old senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who is running for his seventh Senate term, received $35,000.

Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, who will be running for his first full six-year term in 2016, received $67,500 from pro-TPP corporations.

“It’s a rare thing for members of Congress to go against the money these days,” said Mansur Gidfar, spokesman for the anti-corruption group Represent.Us.

“They know exactly which special interests they need to keep happy if they want to fund their reelection campaigns or secure a future job as a lobbyist.>

Seven Republicans who voted “yea” to fast-track and are also running for re-election next year cleaned up between January and March.

Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia received $102,500 in corporate contributions.

Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, best known for proposing a Monsanto-written bill in 2013 that became known as the Monsanto Protection Act, received $77,900 – $13,500 of which came from Monsanto.

Arizona senator and former presidential candidate John McCain received $51,700 in the first quarter of 2015. Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina received $60,000 in corporate donations. Eighty-one-year-old senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who is running for his seventh Senate term, received $35,000. Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, who will be running for his first full six-year term in 2016, received $67,500 from pro-TPP corporations.

“It’s a rare thing for members of Congress to go against the money these days,” said Mansur Gidfar, spokesman for the anti-corruption group Represent.Us. “They know exactly which special interests they need to keep happy if they want to fund their reelection campaigns or secure a future job as a lobbyist.



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