The most pro-life president in my lifetime

Somebody tried to tell me Trump was not pro-life, he is just probirth. I don’t know why a Christian is supposed to feel dissed by that. I’d rather babies be born than murdered, and it isn’t really my responsibility to fix all the problems caused by people choosing sex without be willing to accept consequences and natural results. I do help where I can, but neither the logical thing or the compassionate thing is to say is if you are opposed to murder than you make yourself personally responsible for years of financial support for all the people who would have been murdered AND their would be killers.


But anyway, also, Trump has not just been saving lives of unborn children:



“What he has done with the Trump Doctrine is that he has decided he would no longer have America in endless wars, wars which achieve nothing but the killing of thousands of young Americans.

“So he’s reducing America’s tendency to get involved in any and every war.

“The states are lining up, Arab and Middle-Eastern, to join that network of peace which will dominate the Middle-East.

“He is really producing peace in the world in a way in a which none of his predecessors did, and he fully deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.”

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Twilight here, daylight across the street

Kind of a metaphor for life, in some ways.

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Nominating a S.C. Justice in an election year

29 times in this country’s history a vacant has occurred on the Supreme Court during an election year.

Every single time the President in office has made a nomination to the Supreme Court.

How many times were those nominations confirmed?

All but twice when the Senate was controlled by the same party as the President.

Only twice when that was not the case.

17 of 19 times when the president/senate were the same party they confirmed.
8/10 times, including 2016, they did *not* confirm when Pres/senate were opposite parties.

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Joe Biden’s Anderson Cooper interview

Dementia Joe claimed in his interview with Anderson that people ask why he should be president when he’d be the first president without an in ivy league degree.

“When you guys started talking on television about ‘Biden, if he wins, will be the first person without an Ivy League degree to be elected president,’ I said, ‘Who the hell makes you think I need an Ivy League degree to be president?’” Biden said. “I’m not joking.”

He also said he is the first in his family to go to college.

First of all, like, nobody but Biden said this about Biden.

Secondly…. This is from a plagiarized speech and a false claim he has been fact checked on before- and apologozed for at the time, but he probably forgot.

Thirdly, Presidents without Ivy League degrees just since 1900:

Truman (No degree)

Go back before 1900 and it’s not even worth enumerating the number who had no college whatsoever, but we could start with Washington and everybody knows about Lincoln.


Many members of Biden’s family went to college- his great grandfather, at a time only 2%  were able to do that.


The plagiarized speech: more about that here.

Hilariously, several blue checkmark journalists praised Biden specifically for this lie, calling it a devastating strike against Trump.



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Troubling ties between CDC & Coca-Cola

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