Hillary has some chutzpah ripping Donald Trump for raising the alarm about voter fraud – she has a history of questioning elections that didn’t go her way.
How soon the main stream media forgets facts. Fortunately for us, there are other ways to get our news now. The Federalist reminds us of 8 times liberals claimed an election was rigged or stolen. Powerline has another reminder, one that we all remember, Even Hillary, albeit she does have recall problems.
The final debate is tonight at 9:00 PM. Don't let the talking heads on main stream media tell you what happened; watch and decide for yourself.
Some observations prior to the debate:
Chris Cillizza writing in the Washington Post is right about this Hillary Clinton’s email problems just came roaring back. The NY Post editorial calls the latest revelations the State Department's "shadow government."
Chairman Michael R. Long reacts to Hillary's campaign chairman, John Podesta, anti-Catholic remarks in leaked emails. We should all be worried about Hillary's -- and those who are closest to her -- beliefs.
As this election becomes a referendum on political correctness, I am becoming more and more concerned about the left’s determination to crack down on dissenting views and differing opinions.
Our US Senate candidate attended a Women for Trump rally in Albany yesterday along with Lara Trump. Some of the coverage is here and here. Wendy Long's latest press release is here.
If Hillary makes it to the White House with the help from her friends in the main stream media, be prepared for more headlines like this.
The NY Post editorial says it all: New York Democrats have a horrendous record on sexual harassment.
Michael Goodwin's column opines on how the NY Times abandoned its integrity just to bash Donald Trump.
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It was refreshing to hear a democrat say that Mayor deBlasio's municipal ID program is contributing to "all kinds of fraud" -- including at the polls.
This week we were reminded that there’s no such thing as outrage for the lawless left – but that’s not the case for those of us who still believe in the rule of law.