Aggression and hysteria against President Trump, his staff and his supporters.

By Catherine Cooper | Jul 11, 2018

Three points, three posts:

A group of teens were eating at a Whataburger in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday when a "patriotic hat" got them some unwelcome attention. The hat in question appears, in a video posted by the mom of one of the teens, to be a red "Make America Great Again" hat. A man approached the group, grabbed the hat, and threw his drink at the teens as he shouted profanity and a racial slur, apparently berating them for supporting President Trump, per Fox News. The boy whose hat was taken tells WOAI some of his hair was ripped out in the process. "I support my president and if you don't let's have a conversation about it instead of ripping my hat off," he says.

Weren't the liberals/the hippies all about 'free speech' or is free speech only reserved for like minded, left leaning people?

I am amazed at the super powers of President Donald Trump. Apparently, the left believes he is able to go back in time AND end the world. I have heard that he may bring back slavery. Perhaps he can take away the right of women to vote. Of course,

I am kidding and being sarcastic but if you read and hear the liberals screaming at EVERY SINGLE THING HE SAYS OR DOES, it MUST be TRUE!!


When Barack Obama became President I wasn’t thrilled since I am a Conservative but I wasn’t hysterical either.

As a liberal friend (yes, I have liberal friends) asked of me “Is your life significantly different?” “Are you suffering because Obama is President?” The answer was no and the liberals need to calm the f down!

The economy is good, unemployment is at the lowest it’s been in almost 50 years and consumer confidence is high. If you can’t stand President Trump, turn off the television like I did when Obama was the President.


Comments (1)
Posted by: Ronald Horvath | Jul 10, 2018 18:42

You may not have liked Obama politics, Catherine, but you can't argue that he wasn't an honest man, an educated scholar, and a devoted family man.  Everything Trump is not, as well as being an habitual liar, a business cheat and con man, a sexual predator, and a demagogue who encourages "second amendment solutions" from his devotees to his political problems.  But perhaps his worst aspect is his obvious longing for dictatorial powers as suggested by:


"While millions of Americans are concerned about their reproductive rights, their voting rights, their jobs, and the children that have been snatched from immigrant parents, this is what Donald Trump was asking his finalists for the Supreme court:

1. Can a President pardon himself?

2. Can a President be indicted?

3. Can elections be canceled or delayed if a President declares a state of emergency due to public unrest?

4. How did FDR get more than two terms? Can I?

5. In our democracy, the Supreme Court is a lifetime appointment — so why not the Presidency?

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