Welcome to my Weekly Wrap-Up for May 31, 2019!
RIGHT TO LIFE
As the state of New York enforces laws radically expanding abortion “rights” recent figures have been released showing that there are four times as many late-term abortions than there are murders in New York City. These numbers are from 2015, so the numbers will substantially increase because Gov. Cuomo signed legislation allowing abortions up to 24 weeks into a pregnancy earlier in the year.
This may be legalized infanticide, considering a baby was born at 23 weeks and survived last year in San Diego. The baby was in the hospital for nearly six months following birth due to serious complications, but the health care staff was able to stabilize the health of the baby who was born the size of an apple. The baby left the hospital at a healthy five pounds earlier this month. In the state of New York under the Cuomo regime, the baby may have been discarded as medical waste.
NADLER'S IMPEACHMENT CRUSADE
Rep. Jerry Nadler, who has a long-standing feud with Donald Trump going back many decades, spent time with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in favor of speeding cameras last week.
Nadler just does not know when to quit. Using FBI spook Robert Mueller's sophistry as an excuse, Nadler announced to the public on Wednesday that “all options are on the table” with regards to impeaching President Donald Trump despite the fact that he was cleared of Russian collusion.
“What special counsel Mueller said loud and clear today for the American people is that President Trump is lying when he says no collusion, no obstruction and that he was exonerated,” Nadler said – showing no regard to the facts of the case.
With the assistance of turncoat libertarian Republican Rep. Justin Amash, the clamor for impeachment is growing and may be the next hurdle President Trump has to overcome in his mission to Make America Great Again.
Populist parties of the Left and the Right dominated European Union parliamentary elections which concluded this past weekend. The biggest conservative winners were Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage and Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini.
Their right-leaning political parties received huge pluralities of the vote in their nation's respective elections. They are expected to form a voting bloc in the EU parliament where they will be able to stall the plan of the globalists. They will possibly be joined by French upstart Marine Le Pen's National Rally and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's Fidesz party, who also made large gains in the election as well.
The populist fervor is another good sign for President Donald Trump's re-election hopes in 2020, as electoral models are already showing him as the favorite to defeat a Democratic Party challenger and receive a second term.