When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

When Ted Kennedy Asked the USSR to Help Fix the 1984 Election Nobody Called It Treason

The Left-Democrat Axis has immersed America anew in fretful worry about Russia, with the non-story that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer who claimed to have incriminating info on Hillary Clinton. Who knows—it might have been info on Uranium One. Turned out she only wanted to talk about adoption of Russian children. But people like Tim Kaine, Hillary’s running mate, call it treason. He’s just a bit confused. The definition of treason is: 18 US Code § 2381: Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason. Oddly enough, Mr. Kaine appears to have given aid and comfort to the Muslim Brotherhood, which has stated in writing it intends to destroy America from within: Hillary’s running mate enjoyed the support of the Muslim American Society in his 2005 race for Governor of Virginia, according to DiscoverTheNetworks.org. The MAS describes itself as “a dynamic charitable, religious, social, cultural, and educational, organization.”  But DTN also says the MAS is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood. In 2007, Kaine appointed MAS president, Esam Omeish to the state’s Immigration Commission. He had been president of the National Muslim Students Association, which DTN identifies as the “first Muslim Brotherhood affiliate to gain a foothold in America.” It appears on the Brotherhood’s list of its 29 “organizations of our friends,” contained in its Explanatory Memorandum, which also states its purpose of “destroying the Western civilization from within.” In September 2011, Kaine spoke at an affair honoring Muslim Brotherhood leader Jamal Barzinji, with a Lifetime Achievement...
Group With Reid, Clinton Ties Accused of Faking Voter Registration Forms

Group With Reid, Clinton Ties Accused of Faking Voter Registration Forms

by Fox News Group with Reid, Clinton Ties Accused of Faking Voter Registration Forms   As seen on Watters’ World A dozen employees of an organization tied to former Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and President Bill Clinton were charged with filing fake voter registration forms, Jesse Watters reported. Indiana Voter Registration Project supervisor Holiday Burke and 11 temp workers were charged. They are accused of submitting “an unknown number” of falsified or fraudulent voter registration applications prior to the 2016 election. Indiana State Police found no evidence of voter fraud or suppression, the Associated Press reported. Bill Buck, a spokesman for the group’s parent organization, Patriot Majority, declined to comment to the AP. Related: the-stages-of-jihad-a-well-organized-plan- The incident began unraveling after an Indianapolis-area clerk found about a dozen forms to be “suspicious.” The investigation soon spread to 56 counties, where the Democratic Party-aligned group collected about 45,000 applications for the presidential election. The twelve suspects face up to two-and-a-half years in prison if convicted. Watch the clip above....
VOTER BUSTS Dem-Tied Canvassers Charged in Scam

VOTER BUSTS Dem-Tied Canvassers Charged in Scam

by Fox News Canvassers for Dem-tied group charged in voter registration fraud scheme Twelve employees of an Indiana group tied to former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and former President Bill Clinton were charged Friday for allegedly submitting fake or fraudulent voter registration applications before the 2016 presidential election. The Indiana Voter Registration Project, an Indiana-based group focused on mobilizing and registering black voters, allegedly submitted an unknown number of falsified applications, according to a probable cause affidavit. Eleven canvassers temporarily employed by the group were charged by Marion County prosecutors, along with their supervisor Holiday Burke — with one count each of procuring or submitting voter registration applications known to be “false, fictitious, or fraudulent.” If convicted, each faces up to two-and-a-half years in prison. The group as a whole is also charged, and could face a $10,000 fine. Related: dossier-doubts-remain–comey-refuses-to-answer-questions-on-topic-cites-sensitive-information President Trump for months has suggested there could have been widespread voter fraud in the last election — though to date, most public cases have involved voter registration fraud. In Indiana, state police began investigating the group in August after a clerk in Hendricks County, near Indianapolis, flagged about a dozen registration forms with missing or suspicious information. The investigation expanded to 56 counties. Related: todd-starnes–sanders-attacks-trump-pick-over-christian-faith The Indiana Voter Registration Project is overseen by Patriot Majority USA, a group that is tied to the Democratic Party and has relationships with Reid and former President Clinton. Patriot Majority said it had collected about 45,000 voter registration applications before the November 2016 general election. Patriot Majority asked the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights division to determine whether the...
United We Stand, Divided We Fail

United We Stand, Divided We Fail

Lately, scanning Facebook has become almost intolerable.  Everyone seems hell bent on shoving their diatribe in your face, in all caps, ad nauseum. I’m used to arguing with my liberal and progressive friends, and I fully expected their response, but I can barely stand the smug pomposity and preaching coming from the Right, and I am the Right.  Conundrum. I’ve become incredibly disillusioned and disappointed with fellow Conservatives. Currently, there seems to be three groups: those who cannot seem to move on from the primary “NeverTrumps;” the “Trump is the next coming of Jesus Christ himself” tribe, and the rest of us who are trying very hard to be intellectually honest in the face of a toxic political landscape. If only life really was black and white, as seen through the prism of the ForeverTrumps and the NeverTrumps — these two groups, who have such hatred and disgust for each other, have morphed into the nasal drone of Charlie Brown’s teacher: wha wha, wha wha wha, wha wha. Neither can see beyond their emotion, so their rantings are a waste of my time. I’ve recently blocked people’s content for the first time in eight years on Facebook. I mean, who needs it? It’s bad enough we face a constant barrage of leftist garbage and have to be ever vigilant against progressive intrusion and a government gone rogue. Do we really need to spend any more time on infighting over what is essentially, spilled milk? This obnoxious, “I’m better than you because I hate or love President Trump and all he says, tweets, or implies” is so…last year. It’s time to...
AMID TRUMP’S UNPOPULARITY, DEMOCRATS FACE RISING CRITICISM FOR FAILING TO INVEST MORE IN SPECIAL ELECTIONS

AMID TRUMP’S UNPOPULARITY, DEMOCRATS FACE RISING CRITICISM FOR FAILING TO INVEST MORE IN SPECIAL ELECTIONS

by Washington Post Volunteer Harriet Zoller, left, greets Jon Ossoff, a Democrat running for Congress in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, at his campaign office in Sandy Springs on May 11. (David Goldman/AP) By Mike DeBonis and David Weigel Democrat Jon Ossoff, whose $8.3 million war chest has made him a contender for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, is under siege. The National Republican Congressional Committee is up with ads claiming Ossoff “lied” about his national security clearance. The pro-President Trump group America First Policies is priming $1.6 million of ads about Ossoff’s national security clearance. The Congressional Leadership Fund has spots linking Ossoff to comedian Kathy Griffin — and about his national security clearance. RELATED: WHITE-HOUSE-FORMALLY-BACKS-PLAN-TO-SEND-30000-FEDERAL-WORKERS-TO-PRIVATE-CORPORATION Republican-aligned outside groups funded mainly by large donors have swamped their Democratic counterparts, led by the Congressional Leadership Fund, a Paul D. Ryan-aligned super PAC that has announced plans to pump $7 million into the race. The main Democratic super PAC aimed at House races, in comparison, has announced only $700,000 in spending ahead of a June 20 runoff. RELATED: DEAR-AMERICAN-LEFT-THIS-MONSTERS-ON-YOU The disparity in outside funding has raised alarms among Democrats who fear that the party is squandering clear opportunities in its quest to win the House majority in 2018. A surge in grass-roots enthusiasm has swollen the coffers of candidates like Ossoff, but with the CLF alone pledging to raise $100 million to support House Republicans, key players believe Democratic outside groups must do more now to support the party’s own candidates and seize on the unpopularity of Trump and his congressional agenda to undermine GOP incumbents. In recent special elections in Montana and Kansas, Democrats...
CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?

CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG?

During the election, many of us were NeverTrump; some of us decided that between Trump and Hillary, the choice was a no-brainer. Others have continued to rant against him. We here at Lanterns.Buzz, collectively decided to support our new President and be cautiously optimistic, but to be intellectually honest. In other words, if we screamed bloody murder about Obama doing something, and now we find Trump doing the same, we’re not going to whitewash it and say it’s okay just because he’s got an R in front of his name.  Unfortunately, at this point, it’s all so much drivel, as far as I’m concerned. Both sides are pushing fake news. Both parties should feel ashamed of their behavior, frankly, but shame died a long ago in this country, and lies and downright stupidity have reached epidemic proportions. I can’t trust anyone anymore, and I’m sick of the NeverTrumps AND the OnlyTrumps.  I voted for Trump because, between the rock and the proverbial hard place, I felt it was the best choice. I don’t regret my vote. I prepared myself to be happy for any conservatism we might get along the way, and not be surprised when his Democrat past popped up now and again, or more often.  Neil Gorsuch is seated on the Supreme Court, and there have been quite a few other reasons to be pleased, so I’ve got my vote’s worth. I’ve realized after my January heart attack that I need a break from politics. I actually think most of the country does too. Most people don’t live and breathe politics like we do. There’s us, and...