Five items in total…
“A strategy memo compiled by George Soros-funded activist groups as President Trump was being inaugurated last year foretold and seemed to lay the groundwork for many of the political difficulties Trump now faces and the politics-related strife now roiling the nation… The memo takes on a heightened importance as the politically-driven censorship of conservatives by the gigantic, unregulated social media corporations controlled by the Left is moving into high gear while the crucial midterm congressional elections of Nov. 6 approach.” – Matthew Vadum, “Smoking gun memo laid out Left’s assault on Conservatives” – frontPageMag, August 30th, 2018. (Another vital read, you can see it here.)
“Trudeau thinks Canadian citizenship is inalienable and can never be taken away, especially if you’re a terrorist. At the same time, his government has stripped citizenship from hundreds of people, while not applying the same rules to a cabinet minister in his government… If it weren’t for double standards, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would have no standards at all.” – Candice Malcolm, “The hypocrisy of Trudeau’s citizenship policy” – The Toronto Sun, August 31st, 2018.
“Mueller, who had previously indicted thirteen Russian ‘cyber-influencers’ who he was certain would never appear in court to laugh derisively in his face, needed to put a ‘win’ on the board, and he needed to do it before the midterm elections. The Resistance® and the corporate media have been desperate for something juicy that they can relentlessly milk for the next ten weeks. They need the Democrats to take the House so they can pretend to try to impeach Trump, or at least subpoena a buttload of folks to appear before a series of congressional hearings that they can drag out all the way to 2020.” – C.J. Hopkins, “Trump deathwatch” – The Unz Review, August 31st, 2018.
“Many children in adult bodies also seem not to know that Socialism failed in the Soviet Union, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Romania, Albania, Bulgaria, China, North Korea, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and Cuba, and is now failing in Venezuela. The irrational wish is evidently stronger than rational arithmetic.” – David C. Stolinsky, “Progressives: The real world vs. neverland” – Gatestone Institute, Sept. 2nd, 2018.
“If Mr. Bernier’s platform focuses on curtailing illegal immigration and opposing what he calls ‘extreme multiculturalism,’ he could very well do more damage to the federal Liberals in Quebec than to the CPC (which does not require many, if any, seats from Quebec to win a majority). There is also an ideological, conviction-based dimension to what Mr. Bernier represents that may extend beyond Quebec, and if it does, may further undermine support for whatever positions and parties are most supported by Canada’s political elites.” – Preston Manning, “Can Bernier disrupt in 2019? Look to history” – Globe & Mail, Sept. 1st, 2018.