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TYPHOID HILLARY REJECTS CIVILITY

By Pete Moore On October 9th, 2018

Self-reflection isn’t a thing on the left yet.

The very same argument can be used by conservatives. The leftist parties have destroyed decent, conservative, patriarchal societies in the West. All around is the degenerate evidence of the left’s total victory in the culture war.

The right has the occasional win, which is met with ever greater unhinged madness. But we’re now at the point where some people literally face ruin for saying that women don’t have penises and that men cannot become pregnant. Yet Crooked Hillary thinks that they are not obliged to be civil.

Remember that the next time they lecture the rest of us on norms.

64 Responses to “TYPHOID HILLARY REJECTS CIVILITY”

  1. She doesn’t seem content with helping Trump get elected the first time.

  2. My friend reported from Dallas that an argument erupted in a bar when a lady asked to turn the TV to FOX. There does seem to be an end of civility from the left, because the Republicans finally hit back.

    Mahons, classic!

  3. Hillary was very fake-civil to Juanita Braaddrick.

    So nice.

  4. Hillary is a Felon that should be behind bars……

    The Rapist and the Felon are going on tour….. to raise money…. why?

  5. Hillary is either very dumb, a total narcissist or lacks all empathy. Or, all of the above.

  6. The last two seem appropriate. Her self-regard is Trumpian.

  7. And who are at the coalface of Hillary’s mine of incivility?

    https://www.lifezette.com/2018/10/want-to-get-rich-be-a-professional-left-wing-protester-like-flakes-elevator-gal/

    Being a professional protester can be quite lucrative. Take, for example, Ana Maria Archila, who makes nearly three times the annual U.S. median household income doing things like confronting Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator.

    Archila (pictured above right) is one of eight officials making two and three times, or more, above the U.S. Census Bureau’s median average U.S. household income of $60,336 working for the tax-exempt nonprofit Center for Popular Democracy (CPD). Thanks to her encounter with Flake (above left), she is likely the most famous of the eight.

    Indeed – but where does the money come from?

    The CPD had 162 employees in 2016 and annual income of $12.7 million, with operations in an estimated 30 states. As a “recommended organization” endorsed by the Left’s Democracy Alliance donor consortium, CPD has received millions of dollars from such left-wing foundations as the Wyss Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the Public Welfare Foundation, along with more than $3 million in anonymous “dark money,” according to Influence Watch.

    And look who else funds CPD:

    “George Soros is one of the largest funders to the CPD. Soros provided the CPD with $130,000 from the Foundation to Promote Open Society in 2014 and $1,164,500 in 2015. Soros provided an additional $705,000 from the Open Society Policy Center in 2016,” according to the Washington Free Beacon.

  8. Those high confrontation/entirely uncivil protesters will harm the Democrats this November, across the country.

  9. Hillary’s “off-the-wall” (not border, of course)insane tweets just indicate she’s having problems coping with her money well drying up. After all without the millions how can she attract hot babes like Dr. Christie Ford. Bill nods in agreement too.

  10. The Clintons are in good financial shape.

    I would think that what bothers her is that she is not the president, that she lost a race that she should have won.

    She thinks of herself as a major leader in the party, but I think that many ( especially many young ) Democrats see her as part of the problem.

  11. the weight of the burden on the democrat party of the Clintons is only going to increase.

    The dismantling of FBI/DOJ management has not begun yet. The Mueller investigation combined with a disappointing Atty Gen has those prosecutions sitting in limbo. They will never take place if the dems take the House, but even if they do the Clintons have lost their political power.

  12. Those high confrontation/entirely uncivil protesters will harm the Democrats this November, across the country

    That may be the case Phantom but in the specific case of the Jeff Flake confrontation I say good luck to the two sexual abuse victims, Maria Gallagher & Ana Maria Archil, for asking Flake hard questions and not allowing them to fob them off.

    Uncivil? perhaps, but with sexual abuse feelings tend to run high.

  13. * not allowing him

  14. When some stranger ambushes you out of nowhere, it is frightening, and one has no idea if anything they say is true or not.

    I condemn all such tactics, which are dangerous, and which if unchecked will lead to elected officials not having any open meetings, not moving about without physical security.

  15. good luck to the two sexual abuse victims

    Why do you conclude that these persons are abuse victims?

    Apart from their own words, which may or may not be true.

    The word ” alleged ” was invented for a good reason.

    Very many times, we don’t know the truth. It is wrong to automatically believe or disbelieve one person’s personal accounts.

  16. When some stranger ambushes you out of nowhere, it is frightening, and one has no idea if anything they say is true or not

    Frightened at being asked questions? When did public figures become such snowflakes?

    Think of them as practising their First Ammendment rights that Americans love so much in a context of direct lobbying. Politicians are supposedly public servants and sometimes the public will hold them to account in a situation where they can’t be nochalantly dismissed.

    Direct democratic accountability in its most basic form.

  17. You mock the First Amendment, and I’m not sure that you have much of an idea what it is.

  18. I don’t mock anything and I’m pretty sure I’m able to read the explanation of what it is too.

  19. Using Flake and that ambush as an example for anything is a mistake.

    Jeff Flake is a bitter man who has been thrown out of office with an axe to grind and the two women that ambushed him were paid protestors.

    To base anything of substance on the whole thing is ridiculous.

  20. If such tactics were to become in any way common, the House and Senate would have to be closed to the public, something that has been talked about.

    You simply can’t have that.

    And not for nothing, you haven’t had much of that as directed against Democratic politicians. Perhaps they wouldn’t like such Soros/Antifa lite medicine as directed against themselves.

  21. It’s people holding politicians to direct account. Politicians are not on a pedestal, they are public servants.

    Perhaps they wouldn’t like such Soros/Antifa lite medicine

    Are therein lies the slur by association on two US citizens peacefully expressing their first ammendment rights.

  22. ambushing someone in an elevator is not peaceful

  23. A Leftie shot Scalise last year when he aimed his gun at the entire Republican baseball team.

    He nearly killed Scalise.

    We won’t hear about this much on the Fake News though.

  24. Paul is in favor of this because he is in sympathy with the ” protesters ” , the self described victims, whose stories he believes without any questioning.

  25. That’s a pretty snowflakey comment Pat

    There was no force or violence used. Absence of force or violence is the definition of peaceful.

    And BTW, I care not which politician is so directly being held to account. If such direct accountability was more widespread maybe they wouldn’t think they’re above above the people they supposedly serve.

  26. Phantom. Don’t try to tell Paul what he’s ‘in favour’ of.

    I’m ‘in favour’ of the little people holding those in ivory towers accountable.

  27. Paul

    I think that you are being very situational.

    I recall your total lack of sympathy when protesters that you didn’t like were chased off the streets of Dublin by street thugs, and in at least one case beat up.

    Maybe the position depending on who the protesters are, and which ivory towers we’re speaking of too?

  28. I recall your total lack of sympathy when protesters that you didn’t like were chased off the streets of Dublin by street thugs, and in at least one case beat up

    Maybe you recall my explanation to? When you aggressively tell a Dubliner, ‘fuck you and fuck your Communism’ in their own city it’s very likely to end in tears.

    Were speaking of the ivory towers that the little people don’t seem to have direct access to.

    Oh BTW, AFAIR there was only one person physically assaulted in Dublin that day, on a LUAS car far away from the march by people allegedly with English accents. Surely you remember the song and dance you made over that?

  29. I recall it all

    Those people had every right to protest. I said it ten or a hundred times. You AFAIK never said that they did.

  30. Paul your view of what is an act of violence and my view differ. All Federal Buildings are high security zones.

    The Elevator they charged into is exclusively for Senators. This is not open space protesting this is paid agitation in a secure federal bldg. The two woman should have been taized when they charged the elevator.

  31. Peaceful and lawful demonstrators should not be molested by anyone.

    This does not give demonstrators don’t have the right to suddenly appear and invade the personal space of others, shouting. If you allow this, it is absolutely certain to end badly. Everyone has rights, even a Republican congressman who you may not like.

    I think that a number of people support speech for people that they like. That is not any sort of free speech point of view.

  32. “The two woman should have been taized when they charged the elevator.”

    And that would have ended perfectly for the Republicans. The same reason they drafted in a female prosecutor to give them cover. They didn’t want the negative coverage. How do you think coverage of two rape victims being tazored by capital Police would have gone down?

  33. Police should use the minimum amount of needed force, not the maximum.

  34. Paul your view of what is an act of violence and my view differ.

    Immaterial what you or I think Pat. The absence of any form of violence means that no act of violence occurred.

    Those people had every right to protest

    So, no doubt you’ve no problem applying the same principle to these two ladies peacefully exercising their constitutional rights in the US then? Yeah?

  35. Speech you disagree with must be defended more vigorously than speech you agree with. That is the essence of free speech.

    Screaming at people trying to eat and invading peoples space is an act of intimidation and an act of violence.

    It has remained one sided violence for the most part so far. Over the weekend Antifa was attacking people in their cars in Portland. Blocking the streets and physically beating on the vehicles.

    If they had done this other cities there would have been bloodshed.

  36. Screaming at people trying to eat and invading peoples space is an act of intimidation and an act of violence

    I agree, but I’m not talking about that Pat. That’s why I said but in the specific case of the Jeff Flake confrontation in my first comment on the issue above.

    This guy was in his place of work and was asked some difficult questions by the public, the people he’s supposed to work for.

  37. Who said they were rape victims? We don’t even know if they are ACTUALLY sexual assault victims.
    We do know they were activists and cameras were present.

  38. ” We believe anyone who says that they’re survivors “

    That’s what we’re dealing with now.

    Many of us have been gillibranded.

  39. GOP civility was on display last week when Trumpy mocked Kavanaugh’s accuser and the rabble cheered him on. Here is civility in action, if you can bear to watch it:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ0O3PgZmPQ

  40. Yep

    The sheeple are following the bad leader on this

  41. Who said they were rape victims? We don’t even know if they are ACTUALLY sexual assault victims.
    We do know they were activists and cameras were present.

    Mahons, thank you. You have been very solid though out this affair.

  42. There certainly is a section of people opposed to Trump who don’t realize (or care?) How they actually help him by overreacting.

  43. They will protest their way into Republican gains next month.

    I think that very many average people and independents just hate this carrying on.

  44. Charles

    I have never claimed that Kavanaugh’s accuser should have been believed. But she gave credible testimony which many found convincing and moving, and she did not deserve to be mocked by Trump at an election rally. That was gutter politics.

    Let’s not forget that she did not want to go public and that her story was cynically leaked by the Democrats at what they hoped would be the worst possible time for Kavanaugh. That was also gutter politics.

    Having said that, Kavanaugh’s partisan rant at his hearing will rightly haunt him on Youtube for what’s left of his career.

  45. I don’t think these two ladies’ actions were an overraction at all (if that is what’s being referred to above).

  46. and she did not deserve to be mocked by Trump at an election rally. That was gutter politics.

    Peter I agree with you 100% on this.

  47. Charles

    In social media, very many Trump supporters are passing around memes mocking Ford in all sort of ways – using unflattering photos, calling her all sorts of names.

  48. Yes Phantom. Not just on social media either.

    The term ‘witchunt’ really does seem appropriate.

  49. Phantom, I reject this, and I feel that the Democrats are the ones who have treated Dr Ford disgracefully. We Republicans should not follow their lead. We should take the high road.

  50. They were identified by the media as rape victims. I’ve no idea, truth be told, if they where victims or not. However as they where identified as rape victims while haranguing a Senator then I imagine they would have also been identified as rape victims after being tazored by Capitol Police.

  51. Feinstein and/or some of her sneaky friends betrayed material given in confidence.

  52. We Republicans should not follow their lead. We should take the high road.

    Good luck with that Charles, as long as Trump is your man.

  53. Phantom, as an independent, has this episode caused you to consider more Republican candidates in the upcoming election?

  54. Seamus – I’m not sure they even identified themselves as rape victims. We do know they waited with the CNN crew from 7:30 am that day to confront him on camera. Had two males who claimed they were wrongly accused of rape accosted Senator Feinstein in a confined space would you approve?

  55. But let’s say they were the Sabine women. Does the status of being a victim allow someone to accuse a person weighing the evidence in a case of rejecting victims if they vote a certain way? I think not.

  56. “Had two males who claimed they were wrongly accused of rape accosted Senator Feinstein in a confined space would you approve?”

    Not a question of approval or not. I was responding to Patrick’s suggestion that they be tazored and simply pointing out it would have backfired massively on the Republicans had the Capitol Police done so.

  57. Charles

    I’ve long voted for my incumbent State Senator Marty Golden, a Republican.

    I may vote for my Republican Congressman, Dan Donovan, who is somewhat independent. He voted against the Trump tax increases ( which is what they are to many here )

    NYC is Democrat Brain Dead. They’d vote for Charles Manson if he had the Democratic line here, Texas in reverse.

    I hate them all, but I will vote for some Republicans in the mid term.

  58. That may be the case Phantom but in the specific case of the Jeff Flake confrontation I say good luck to the two sexual abuse victims

    Paul

    Have you reconsidered your characterization of these two as sexual abuse victims? Based on what research, based on whose word?

  59. Seamus – the I misread your comment. Tazering them would have been insane.

  60. It would have been police brutality, a crime.

  61. Reinventing herself as a liberal firebrand, Mrs. Clinton will easily capture the 2020 nomination, write @Mark_Penn and Andrew Stein https://www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-will-run-again-1541963599?emailToken=9e8abb2d2da50b255db8d070f64fb0d6oXBwPgQgmE5P/2q8MRZQfB68hXZ2LcSskqiL+6Z0mSvNwMXqRP6AZd+cQuzEHs69DVRbaFQaS9Fc9wyYgv0dJQ%3D%3D&reflink=article_imessage_share

    A senior adviser to both Clintons says that she will run again

  62. Reinventing herself as a liberal firebrand, Mrs. Clinton will easily capture the 2020 nomination, write @Mark_Penn and Andrew Stein https://www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-will-run-again-1541963599?emailToken=9e8abb2d2da50b255db8d070f64fb0d6oXBwPgQgmE5P/2q8MRZQfB68hXZ2LcSskqiL+6Z0mSvNwMXqRP6AZd+cQuzEHs69DVRbaFQaS9Fc9wyYgv0dJQ%3D%3D&reflink=article_imessage_share

    Let’s try this

    WSJ Forwarding technology not the best

  63. Good job

    What did you do , copy the header of The article itself, as obtained from a search engine?

    The NYT Allows a subscriber to create a special link that can be pasted inside a blog, the WSJ does not have that capability

    Harris would be another thin resume gift of gab blank slate like Obama. I’m not sure that the Democrats need that.

    It’s quite amazing that the Dems don’t have anyone strong Waiting in the wings at this point.

  64. Run Hilly Run

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