Clinton Accepts Democratic Nomination

People sat on the edge of their seats throughout the Democratic National Convention starting Monday to hear Hillary’s grand acceptance speech, but it seemed underwhelming. Clinton sounded like she always does on the campaign trail. She talked down on Donald Trump as usual and repeatedly used her “woman card” to fire up the crowd.…

Wasserman Schultz Booed Off the Stage by Her Own Delegation

PHILADELPHIA – This morning, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was welcomed with a sea of boos from her home state at her first public appearance since the email scandal with Wikileaks Broke. In the crowd, there were people holding signs saying “emails” and enraged Bernie Sanders voters.…

DWS Resigns, Brown’s Mom to Speak at DNC, Malik Obama Endorses Donald Trump

This week, it was announced that Michael Brown, the young man who mauled a cop and tried to steal his gun in August of 2014’s mother will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention this next week. The news of the race-baiting woman, who is an avid proponent of the hate group, Black Lives Matter has yet to break as a major story in the corporate media, except for Pastor Burns’ interview on Fox News after his RNC speech mentioning it.…

Democratic Primary Rigged – Wikileaks

A recent leak from Wikileaks shows the staggering revelation that the Democratic National Committee has been plotting against the Sanders campaign the entire election season, guaranteeing Clinton the nomination. This primary season has had many allegations of foul play in the Democratic primaries against Sanders and now there is concrete evidence in his favor.…

The Blame Game Continues

CEVELAND – As a Trump staffer; Meredith McIver has come out in admission for her wrongdoing in plagiarizing Melania Trump’s Monday convention speech, the media is beating the drum, calling for firings and for admissions that Melania did indeed plagiarize Michelle Obama’s 2008 Democratic convention speech.…

Martinez Washes Hands Clean of Trump in Cleveland

CLEVELAND – Electricity filled the room as each state announced their delegate choices for President of the United States. The camera panned across the screen, and it was time for New Mexico’s choice of who they selected as President. At the microphone stood Governor Susana Martinez, with a young Republican from Santa Fe County; Sam LeDoux.