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Jacob Rees-Mogg Assaulted by Remainer Thugs in London

Water thrown at Conservative MP.

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Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg became the latest target of Remainer thugs after he was doused with water following an event in London this evening.

Rees-Mogg was assaulted after he left a speaking engagement at the Friends’ Meeting House in central London.

A man with a bullhorn tells the Somerset MP, “In you go Jacob, you horrible little man. Take your fascism with you,” as Rees-Mogg gets into a car.

However, before he is able to fully close the door, another individual pours water over him.

“Have a drink of water. It’s European water,” goads the protester.

When Anna Soubry, a pro-Remain politician, was called a “Nazi,” the media had a week long hissy fit over it. Expect this story to have disappeared by the morning.

The assault follows Nigel Farage having a milkshake poured over him in Newcastle by 32-year-old Paul Crowther, who was subsequently charged with common assault and criminal damage.

Farage’s Brexit Party went on to storm the European elections.

Perhaps leftists might want to consider deploying actual arguments rather than liquids and they might not be in total political disarray.

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Stelter Meltdown: CNN Host Says It’s “Otherworldly” To Question Biden’s Mental Health

“This stuff is offensive”.

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CNN host Brian Stelter declared Sunday that it is both “offensive and otherworldly” that “right-wing” radio hosts would dare to question the mental health of Joe Biden, despite his constant brain freezes and bizarre gaffes.

“Let’s go on a trip together to a totally alternative universe.” Stelter sardonically began, adding “You never hear what’s happening there unless you tune in to right-wing talk radio, but you need to know what they are saying because the most popular, most powerful talkers in the country have trained their sights on Joe Biden.”

“What you are about to hear them say is mind-boggling. Look, whether you like Biden or not, this stuff is offensive and otherworldly,” Stelter added before playing clips of Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Ben Shapiro and Michael Savage all noting how Biden doesn’t appear to be playing with a full deck.

“Every day, every day, this is what’s airing on the radio,” Stelter whined.

“There’s Michael Savage saying, I pity the man. There’s Mark Levin saying, I think Biden’s in a nursing home. What the heck is going on on these programs?” he further complained.

The CNN host proclaimed that “We are going to see negative partisanship fuel the next three months, the last three months of this never-ending campaign.”

It wasn’t so “offensive”, however, when Stelter did the EXACT same thing he is now calling “otherworldly”, when he continually questioned Trump’s mental health for weeks on end:

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Conspiracy Clinton: Trump’s Coronavirus Relief Executive Orders Are A “Stunt”

Hillary says Trump doesn’t really want to help Americans and is seeking to kill social security.

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Election loser Hillary Clinton has a fresh Trump conspiracy theory… the President’s executive orders  to counter the economic disaster caused by the pandemic are just a “stunt” to make himself look good, and to do away with Social Security and Medicare.

With economic collapse imminent, and Congress stalling, Trump took matters into his own hands, and issued orders to pump almost $2 trillion into the economy to support Americans in need now.

The new orders will:

  • Provide a payroll tax holiday to Americans earning less than $100,000 per year.
  • Extend unemployment benefits by $400 per week
  • Defer student loan repayments through the end of the year
  • Extend protections against evictions

Trump argued that Democrats plan to raise taxes will kill the economy:


Nancy Pelosi called Trump’s actions “unconstitutional slop”:

Then Hillary Clinton dropped by wither her own theories:

“It’s a stunt. There’s no doubt about it.” Clinton crowed.

“Most likely, as even Republican senators have said, unconstitutional, bypassing Congress, trying to spend money, he has no authority to direct. But it’s also meant to be a big diversion from the hard work the Congress should be engaged in to provide the kind of relief that tens of millions of Americans need.” Clinton continued.

She further argued that because the pandemic is ongoing (which is Trump’s fault), “we can’t act like it is back to normal. People are still unemployed in great numbers. Small businesses have been shuttered, are gasping for help. so the Congress needs to act.”

Clinton expended her conspiracy theory, adding that “Basically, [Trump] signaled that he is going after Social Security and Medicare.”

“I don’t know if he understood that. You never know what he knows and doesn’t know about how the government operates. But basically, he was talking about ending the financial contributions we all make into Social Security and Medicare through the payroll tax,” Hillary claimed.

“He doesn’t really have the authority to do what he tried,” she continued, adding “he sent a signal to voters that, you know, if you were unfortunately unlucky enough to have him be president again, you can watch what he is going to do to social security and medicare. It’s going to hurt not just elderly Americans but every American.”

So, according to Hillary, by pumping trillions into the economy immediately in the face of imminent economic collapse, Trump’s real agenda is to destroy social security.

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Trump: “This May be the Last Time You’ll See Me for a While”

“I have a lot of enemies out there.”

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Remarks made by President Trump during a speech have prompted speculation after he referred to having a lot of rich enemies and told the audience, “This may be the last time you’ll see me for a while.”

The comments were made during an address Trump gave at the Whirlpool Corporation Manufacturing Plant in Clyde, Ohio.

The context of the remarks was an executive order that will mandate U.S. government agencies purchase all essential drugs from American sources.

Trump blamed the American political class for the fact that drugs are cheaper to buy in other countries Canada even if they are made by the same company.

“So I have a lot of enemies out there. This may be the last time you’ll see me for a while. A lot of very, very rich enemies, but they are not happy with what I’m doing,” said Trump.

“But I figure we have one chance to do it, and no other President is going to do what I do. No other President would do a favored nations, a rebate, a buy from other nations at much less cost. Nobody. And there are a lot of unhappy people, and they’re very rich people, and they’re very unhappy,” he added.

In terms of who Trump was identifying as his “enemies,” the president made reference to wealthy anonymous “middlemen” who skim profits from pharmaceutical sales.

“They are so wealthy. They are so wealthy,” said Trump. “Nobody has any idea who the hell they are or what they do. They make more money than the drug companies. You know, in all fairness, at least the drug companies have to produce a product, and it has to be good product.”

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