California Dreamin’: Cali Demands APOLOGY From Trump? Fat Chance!

The state legislature in the People’s Republic of California has passed a resolution that demands Trump “publicly apologize to all Americans for his racist and bigoted behavior.”

Yes, these are the kinds of constructive bills California lawmakers are coming up with to fix their insolvent state. (Next on the agenda is making it impossible to deport illegals who commit felonies!)

The alleged basis for Trump’s “racist and bigoted behavior” was when he condemned “in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides” in the wake of the Charlottesville clashes.

If that made you scratch your head, it’s because it makes no sense; most rational people don’t equate condemning “hatred, bigotry, and violence” with “racist and bigoted behavior.”

But the green commies in California don’t seem to get that, for some reason. Maybe it’s time for them to lay off the pot.

In a FREE White House Brief, I explain all the terrific things Trump is doing to improve the country and shouldn’t apologize for. Watch:

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Trump on NFL Anthem Kneelers: ‘Get That Son of a B**** off the Field’

President Donald Trump declared at his Alabama rally on Friday night that he would love to see an NFL owner fire anyone who disrespects the U.S. flag and national anthem, declaring, “get that son of a bitch off the field!”

“Luther [Strange] and I, and everyone in this arena tonight, are unified by the same great American values,” Trump said at the rally. “We’re proud of our country. We respect our flag.”

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, he’s fired!” Trump exclaimed. “He’s fired!”

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Benham Bros Reveal Secret to Ending Abortion and Gay ‘Marriage’ in America

Christians who grew up thinking about a candle’s light when singing “This little light of mine, I’m going to let it shine” have entirely the wrong idea about what it truly means to be a Christian light shining in the world, said the Benham brothers in a recent talk.

The identical twin brothers, speaking at the LifeSiteNews 20th anniversary Gala recently in Herndon, Virginia, said that most think of a candle’s flame when singing the lines from the song about not letting Satan “blow it out.”

But Christian faith, they said, is not meant to be extinguished when faced by the winds of opposition, but to become more inflamed. That’s why the image of a candle in the song needs to be replaced by the image of a coal, they said.

“You see, the same wind that extinguishes the candle’s light ignites the coal’s light,” said Jason . . .

Jason quoted from the prophet Jeremiah (20:9) who called the word of God in his heart a blazing “fire” that could not be contained inside himself. (Read more from “Benham Bros Reveal Secret to Ending Abortion and Gay ‘Marriage’ in America” HERE)

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How the Feds Swipe Your Stuff — and How Congress Could Stop It

In case you hadn’t already heard about it, the government can take your stuff without a warrant, a criminal charge, or a hearing. And thanks to a program restarted by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, it got a lot easier to do so over the summer.

The process is called civil asset forfeiture, and it leads to situations where people who haven’t even been charged with a crime lose their possessions. Sometimes they have to fight uphill for years to get them back.

However, the House of Representatives has recently made a move to protect your Fourth Amendment rights with an amendment in a recently passed spending bill, which now heads to the Senate. In a segment of Off the Hill, we bring you stories of real people who have had their lives upended by the practice and tell you how Congress could clamp down hard on it.

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Democrat Releases WORST Campaign Ad You Will EVER See

This is … this is just … there’s nothing I can write that will prepare you for what will undoubtedly be the worst campaign advertisement you’ve ever seen.

Meet Dan Helmer. He’s a Democrat running for Congress in Virginia’s 10th district against Republican Rep. Barbara Comstock. He just released this new campaign ad, and I made it 14 seconds before I had to turn it off.

Can you do better?

My editor said I had to watch the whole thing if I wanted to write about it, so, let’s discuss.

Everything is wrong with this vid. The cheesy “Top Gun” rip-off in the beginning. The “Veteran” t-shirt that lets you know, “Hey, this guy is a veteran!” Because, apparently, there was no subtler way to tell people that.

And then there’s the atmosphere. This guy pulls up on a motorcycle to a driving, crunchy guitar riff and walks into a bar. What a badass.

Then Mr. Badass Democrat breaks into off-key sing-song. “Cringe-worthy” is an understatement.

Everything you need to know about this ad can be summed up by the first YouTube comment from Ipayne5001: “Yo bro there’s still time to remove this before anyone sees it.”

It’s too late, Ipayne5001. We’ve seen it, and we can’t go back. (For more from the author of “Democrat Releases WORST Campaign Ad You Will EVER See” please click HERE)

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Chuck Schumer Caught on Hot-Mic Making Comment About Trump

Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was overheard Thursday discussing President Donald Trump with some of his aides.

“He likes us. He likes me, anyway,” Schumer was heard saying on the Senate floor by a nearby CSPAN microphone.

The CSPAN video containing the comments only showed the front of the Senate floor, making it unclear who Schumer was speaking to at the time.

Schumer’s comments were in response to a dinner he had with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Wednesday night at the White House with Trump.

“Here’s what I told him: ‘Mr. President, you are much better off sometimes stepping right and sometimes step left. You have to step just in one direction, you’re boxed,’” Schumer said.

Schumer’s remarks were in reference to Trump holding meetings recently with congressional leaders to find a bipartisan solution to the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

“He gets that. We are always going to work it out, and it will make us more productive too,” Schumer said.

Several conflicting reports have been issued since Trump met with Pelosi and Schumer Wednesday night to discuss immigration reform.

In a joint statement Wednesday night following their meeting, Pelosi and Schumer said Trump had agreed to support legislation keeping DACA in place without receiving guaranteed funding for the border wall in exchange.

Reports suggested that they had reached an agreement to pass DACA legislatively and only enhance border security measures without a border wall along the southern border between the U.S. and Mexico.

Prior to leaving for Florida Thursday to examine the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Trump told reporters that he may accept increased border security measures rather than immediate funding for the wall.

“The wall will come later,” Trump said.

“We’re right now renovating large sections of wall, massive sections, making it brand new,” Trump said. “We’re doing a lot of renovations, we’re building four different samples of the wall to see which one we’re going to choose, and the wall is going to be built, it will be funded a little bit later.”

Trump sent out a series of tweets Thursday morning saying that no deal had been agreed to during the meeting.

“Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military?” he tweeted.

He continued: “They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own – brought in by parents at young age. Plus BIG border security.” (For more from the author of “Chuck Schumer Caught on Hot-Mic Making Comment About Trump” please click HERE)

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Celebrity Chef Details How He’d Poison President Trump

TV foodie Anthony Bourdain told paparazzi outside an airport that if he was asked to cater a dinner for President Donald Trump, he would poison the food.

The former Food Network personality and current host of CNN’s Parts Unknown was caught outside LAX airport by a photographer for celebrity gossip website TMZ. Bourdain was asked whether or not he would go to North Korea to do a food show . . .

But then the TMZ stringer asked what Bourdain would serve if he was asked to cater a dinner for President Trump.

Bourdain answered simply, “Hemlock,” appearing to admit he would poison the president if given the chance. (Read more from “Celebrity Chef Details How He’d Poison President Trump” HERE)

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2001 Interview Shows Trump Praising Courage of Rescue Workers, Promising to Rebuild

Lower Manhattan was still bleeding smoke and ashes in a cloud that turned the sun’s rays into a glaring haze when a man walking though the rubble of Ground Zero, where the World Trade Center had stood just two days before, paused to salute those who were laboring in the shadow of death.

And to vow to rebuild.

A Sept. 13, 2001, interview with President Donald Trump shows Trump focused on the work of digging through the tons of debris to find survivors, but also looking beyond America’s time of tragedy to what would come next.

“It’s like a whole different city and world,” Trump said. “I cannot believe the sight of lower Manhattan without the World Trade Center. Therefore, we have to rebuild. Not necessarily in that form, but we have to rebuild. At least as good and maybe better.”

Trump would later submit a design for a structure similar to the World Trade Center that was passed over in favor of the current Freedom Tower.

In the interview, Trump mused upon the destruction, citing the “thousands and thousands of lives” lost in the terrorist attack that was coordinated with an attack on the Pentagon and and a third attack that was foiled when passengers on United Airlines Flight 93 fought against their captors, leading to a crash in Pennsylvania.

Trump’s focus during the interview was the men doing the hazardous, risky work of combing the debris to retrieve the dead and hopefully find survivors.

“I have hundreds of men inside working right now and we’re bringing down another 125 in a little while. They’ve never done work like this before,” Trump said. “Its terrible.”

“Not only is it devastating, but its very dangerous because every few minutes a whistle would go off and everybody would just run because you have all the buildings around it which are in such a weakened state that people just don’t know,” he said.

“It’s a terrible thing for the workers and it’s a terrible thing for the world, really,” he added.

Trump praised the workers who refused to quit.

“The great thing is when they find somebody that’s alive, like the five firemen they just found a little while ago, so that’s the great thing and that’s what they’re all striving for, but generally speaking that’s not the case,” Trump said.

“It’s a very depressing situation for these folks,” he continued.

On the day Trump was interviewed, there was a report that five firefighters had been pulled from the rubble alive. The report was later proven to be inaccurate.

In reality, the report was based on several rescuers who had been pulled out of the rubble after being trapped there earlier that day.

Trump was asked if he thought there were survivors.

“Its a tough situation, but you can’t give up hope,” he said, citing the report of the five firefighters. “There probably are some more people in there but you can’t give up hope.”

Trump then noted that the rescue teams showed incomparable courage.

“But I’ll tell you what, you really can take heart. There firefighters and policemen and the construction workers equally, the courage they have is unbelievable. They’re working, digging out, and lifting up steel. And above them you have 55-story buildings that are very possibly going to be pouring down on them at any minute and they’re working like nothing’s wrong. They’re amazing.”

Trump was in Manhattan on the day of the attacks, and has said he saw the plume of smoke from the Twin Towers after the attack.

Trump caused a furor as a candidate when he noted that in New Jersey, Muslims perched on rooftops celebrated the attacks. (For more from the author of “2001 Interview Shows Trump Praising Courage of Rescue Workers, Promising to Rebuild” please click HERE)

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Lesbian Feminist Scholar: Transgendering Kids Is ‘Child Abuse’

A 2015 video of feminist scholar Camille Paglia calling transgender hormone treatments for young children and teens “child abuse” has re-surfaced on the internet.

“I think that the transgender propagandists make wildly inflated claims about the multiplicity of gender. Sex re-assignment surgery, even today, with all of its…advances, cannot in fact, change anyone’s sex,” said Paglia.

“You can define yourself as a trans man or a trans woman [or] one of these new gradations along the scale, but ultimately every single cell in the human body – the DNA in that cell remains coded for your biological birth [sex],” she continued.

“There are a lot of lies being propagated at the present moment, which I think is not in anyone’s best interest,” she added. (Read more from “Lesbian Feminist Scholar: Transgendering Kids Is ‘Child Abuse'” HERE)

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Where in the World Is Sen. Bob Menendez, New Jersey DEMOCRAT?

Congress has a busy few months ahead of it, but one member won’t be around for much of it. Instead, he’ll be in a federal courtroom in New Jersey, standing trial in the Senate’s biggest corruption trial in a generation.

The congressman in question is Sen. Bob Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey. (Bonus points: Guess which one of those descriptors the New York Times glossed over at first.) He’ll be standing trial with his longtime friend, Florida ophthalmologist and alleged “patron” Dr. Salomon Melgen, on 18 counts of fraud and bribery.

Prosecutors allege that the pair engaged in a years-long pay-for-play relationship, in which Menendez “sold his office” for cushy vacations and political donations, while kicking back various favors that benefitted Melgen both personally and professionally.

Both men have plead not guilty and deny the claims.

But it’s not just the senator in hot water; he’s bringing the rest of his Senate colleagues with him.

The federal judge in the case had denied Menendez’s requests to work around his legislative schedule, and with such a busy legislative session between now and the end of the year, Menendez taking time away from the chamber is going to put a real strain on the Democrat minority when every single vote counts.

On a recent episode of CRTV’s Capitol Hill Brief, we ask: “Where in the world is Sen. Bob Menendez?” and come up with one clear answer: In a whole heap of trouble.

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