It has been awhile since we heard from Bill Whittle but he is back with his latest Afterburner video which is entitled “Bill Nye the Science Lie.” As you can guess by the title Bill Whittle takes on the mechanical engineer who has dubbed himself a scientist, Bill Nye, on global warming. Here is the video, enjoy.
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As Pro-Gun Gianforte Wins, the Anti-Gun Left Goes 0-5!
It was a classic media-driven “October surprise.”
Only it occurred on the eve of a critical special election in May — for the Montana open congressional seat vacated by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
I’m sure you’ve heard about what happened on Wednesday, when a Leftist reporter barged into the private office of congressional candidate Greg Gianforte and started badgering him with repeated questions.
Gianforte says the reporter grabbed his wrist prior to an ensuing scuffle. The reporter claims he was “body-slammed.” To his credit, Gianforte has apologized for his role in the incident.
But the media’s purpose was clear: They wanted to destroy Gianforte through a media-generated scandal. And to spend the next 18 months crowing that the Republicans’ defeat in Montana presaged a Democratic wave election in 2018.
The only problem: The media ploy failed, as the pro-gun Gianforte cruised to victory with a seven-point lead, beating virtually all of the phony polls predicting a “squeaker.”
You know what the power of the media can do. They crucify their opponents while ignoring the misdeeds and criminal acts of their beloved Democrat politicians.
Remember how the media all-but-ignored the Obama administration’s role in the Fast & Furious scandal, which left one border agent dead, as well as hundreds of Mexicans south of the border?
The mainstream media has long been an arm of the liberal, anti-gun Democrat party.
But, despite the Left’s kabuki theater at Republican “town halls” across the country, the Left remains 0-for-5: They lost the White House, lost the Senate, lost the House, lost the Supreme Court, and lost every House special election since Trump took office.
Congressman-elect Greg Gianforte, endorsed by Gun Owners of America, will be a consistent pro-gun vote in the House, whereas his anti-gun opponent Rob Quist supported gun owner registration and would have been a puppet of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
So congratulations to our Montana activists who turned out to cast their pro-gun votes!
And thanks to GOA members and activists nationwide who helped contribute to Gianforte’s campaign.
The activism of GOA’s grassroots has, once again, made a difference!
Hissy fit over a GOP candidate body slamming some asshat reporter..
Now how about this..
Don’t remember a whole lot of screeching, squealing and hollering from the lamestream media at that time!!
Or this one..
Guilt by association. That’s what Andrea Mitchell believes. Despite the fact that Donald Trump is on another continent, the Andrea Mitchell Reports anchor thinks that the assault against a journalist by a Republican congressional candidate is an “extension” of the President. Talking about Greg Gianforte’s attack on Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs, the MSNBC host connected, “There is so much hostility, frankly, to the press, a lot of it generated by the Donald Trump rallies.”
During Thursday’s 3 p.m. ET hour, MSNBC anchor Craig Melvin just naturally assumed that President Trump deserved blame for Montana congressional candidate Creg Gianforte assaulting a reporter: “And how much blame should President Trump get, considering some of the rhetoric that we’ve heard from this president and – well, before he was president – and from the candidate himself?”
On Thursday’s New Day on CNN, Chris Cuomo repeatedly tried to tie the national Republican party to Montana congressional candidate Greg Gianforte assaulting a reporter. After the CNN host unsuccessfully tried to get the reporter in question — Ben Jacobs of The Guardian — to make such a link, he then raised the issue in a later segment as he recalled a “ratcheting up of hostility towards the media” on the Right.
After Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte slammed a reporter to the ground yesterday, the media has been in a flurry condemning the violence and trying to tie Donald Trump’s rhetoric to the attack. During a segment on CNN Newsroom Thursday afternoon, conservative radio host Ben Ferguson dismissed the notion that Trump was responsible, before pointing out the hypocrisy from Democrats in supporting disgraced elected officials in their own party. But Ferguson wasn’t able to make his point because as soon as he uttered the name of one of these Democrats, the liberal panel exploded in anger and shut him down.
President Donald Trump attended his first summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on Thursday. While there, he emphasized that all members of the organization should be paying the two percent of GDP obligation they agreed to, instead of just the handful that do. Back home in America, the Big Three Networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) seemed embarrassed by Trump’s demands and scolded him for it. “This is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States,” Trump declared, but the networks didn’t want to have it.
Univision finally caved under pressure, joining Goya Foods, JetBlue, AT&T, Corona beer, the New York Yankees, and Coca-Cola in withdrawing their corporate sponsorship from the embattled National Puerto Rican Day Parade. But Univision being Univision, they can’t even bring themselves to tell their viewers the truth about its parade pullout.
In yet another eye-roll-worthy segment on Thursday’s The View, host Whoopi Goldberg bragged about President Obama’s record with the media, again. After saying last week that the media was more biased against Obama than they were against Trump, Whoopi had more baseless analysis to give this week on Obama’s record with reporters.
Life of Service
“For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me”(Matt 25:42-43).
Mother Theresa gave her life to a service to the needs of the poor in Calcutta, India. She reveals in the following what she believes every believer in Jesus is called to do:
“It is not enough for us to say: “I love God,” but I also have to love my neighbor. St. John says that you are a liar if you say you love God and you don’t love your neighbor. How can you love God whom you do not see, if you do not love your neighbor whom you see, whom you touch, with whom you live? And so it is very important for us to realize that love, to be true, has to hurt. I must be willing to give whatever it takes not to harm other people and, in fact, to do good to them. This requires that I be willing to give until it hurts. Otherwise, there is not true love in me and I bring injustice, not peace, to those around me.”
It hurt Jesus to love us. We have been created in His image for greater things, to love and to be loved. We must “put on Christ” as Scripture tells us. And so, we have been created to love as He loves us. Jesus makes Himself the hungry one, the naked one, the homeless one, the unwanted one, and He says, “You did it to Me.” On the last day He will say to those on His right, “whatever you did to the least of these, you did to Me, and He will also say to those on His left, whatever you neglected to do for the least of these, you neglected to do it for Me.”
When He was dying on the Cross, Jesus said, “I thirst.” Jesus is thirsting for our love, and this is the thirst of everyone, poor and rich alike. We all thirst for the love of others that they go out of their way to avoid harming us and to do good to us. This is the meaning of true love, to give until it hurts.”
How might her words encourage you to do things differently?