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Anti-Trump Teacher Gets Owned By High School Student

A high school student destroyed an anti-Trump rant by a government teacher which relied on straw man arguments against the GOP nominee.

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A high school student destroyed an anti-Trump rant by a government teacher which relied on straw man arguments against the GOP nominee.

Jacob Kassuba, a senior at Mt. Pleasant H.S. in Michigan, responded to the letter written by social studies instructor Nick Gregory that was published in the Huffington Post.

“Mr. Trump, at worst your popularity is a cruel reminder that many of our neighbors and friends have xenophobic leanings and a worldview skewed by sexism and bigotry,” Gregory proclaimed. “At best, your entertainment value has clouded the judgment of too many voters.”

“Regardless, for my curious students, you are their first living lesson on the perils of populist racism.”

You can read the rest of the letter here, but basically it’s no different than anything you’ll hear from a social justice warrior.

In response, Cassaba penned the following:

Mr. Gregory,

I am a high school senior who will be graduating within two weeks.

I find your open letter to Donald Trump to be a disgrace to the American public school system and the millions of voters who have had their voice heard in the caucus/primary events.

If students have concerns about a political figure, it is your duty as a public educator to ease them of their concerns and present both sides to an argument.

Your open letter, however, exemplifies your inability to stay open-minded and portrays how you blatantly push your political opinions towards students.

Please help me understand how taking questions from students about a presidential candidate’s plan to build a wall to help lessen the surge of illegal immigration – that our country has been experiencing for decades – is tough.

A true professional educator would explain how the U.S. government can only estimate how many illegal immigrants are in the country because there’s so many.

A true professional educator would elaborate how it’s completely plausible to have Mexico forcefully pay for the wall by impounding all remittance payments derived from illegal wages, increasing fees on all temporary visas issued to Mexican CEOs and diplomats, increasing fees on all border crossing cards – of which the U.S. issues over 1 million to Mexican nationals each year – and increasing fees at ports of entry from the U.S. to Mexico – not to mention the tariffs and foreign aid cuts!

What is so hard about explaining this?

Wait.

It probably has to do with you having to look past your bias and provide a non-opinionated answer to your students.

I realize this is very tough.

Give me one example of Mr. Trump saying anything that could be remotely implied as being racist.

I’ll help you out here – you can’t.

In order for Trump to be a bigot, there should be hundreds of examples over his 40 year career, which there’s not.

And it’s comical that a professional educator like you has the complete inability to understand a populist movement that has been dominating the political landscape this entire election cycle.

The entirety of your letter rips on Trump’s antics and nothing on policy. This is a terrible example you’re setting for your students and it speaks a testimony to one of the many reasons why our American public schooling system is failing.

Trump will not flame out. He is here to stay and is more likely now than ever to become the 45th President as he’s set up against one of the weakest Democratic Party candidates in history.

Do not speak for the students of America. Speak for yourself.

The desperate tone of your letter reminds me of a satirical The Onion article entitled “This Will Be The End Of Trump’s Campaign, Says Increasingly Nervous Man For Seventh Time This Year.”

Advancing American democracy demands a citizenry that is vigilant and informed. You could not be any more incorrect, Mr. Gregory.

Jacob Kassuba

Via IFW

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BREAKING!!! The MEMO IS BEING RELEASED! Here’s When You Can Expect To See It!!!

GRAB THE POPCORN!!

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For the past several days #ReleaseTheMemo has been trending on social media as conservatives across the country are demanding the release of the newly discovered damaging report. Over the weekend that traction only gained further steam as more people began to echo this phrase causing the Deep State to tremble in their treasonous boots. In the past, the left may have been able to sweep this memo under the rug, but that changed after what was released today. Another stunning report surfaced earlier today that shows that text messages between disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page’s went missing right around the time that Robert Muller was appointed to oversee the Russian Collusion investigation.

With this new information brought to light the memo has been pushed further into the spotlight, and now we have time when it is expected to be released, and it is sooner then you think.

Americans across the country have been eagerly awaiting the release of the anticipated memo that according to all that have seen it say it is worse then they could have ever imagined. The memo details the FISA surveillance abuses that were conducted under the Barack Obama administration, and how they used these secret courts to spy on a presidential candidate and use lies to make that happen.

Early on Monday morning, Congressman Dave Joyce appeared on Fox & Friends where he stated that he had seen the memo and its contents were “deeply disturbing.” Joyce was asked in the interview if the contents of the memo would be cause for termination of anyone involved in this scandal, which prompted Joyce to respond with, “termination would be the least of these people’s worries,”

Then when Joyce was asked if people would go to jail, he responded with, “They should.”

Now, how bad is this memo?

Joyce added, “Every American…would be surprised how bad it is.”

According to Joyce, the memo has been making its rounds through Congress for a bit now, and the contents enclosed in this memo has stunned almost every member of Congress who has read it.

Now, many of us are wondering why would the release of this damaging memo take that long since we have the right to know what is going on behind the closed doors in our government. Well, to give more answers on why we may have this delay of two to three weeks here is more from Washington Examiner.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy met with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes over the weekend to discuss next steps for the memo that details alleged abuses by the Intelligence Committee.

According to a committee source, no final decision was made on making it public because the three want to give lawmakers “who haven’t read it yet a chance to do so and weigh in.”

If a decision is made for a public release, the timeframe would probably be two to three weeks, the source told the Washington Examiner.

The four-page report, which was made available to the entire House on Thursday and has since been viewed by at least 180 members as of Sunday, is said to outline misuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act by the Obama administration.

Meanwhile, the FBI has yet to see the memo.

“The FBI has requested to receive a copy of the memo in order to evaluate the information and take appropriate steps if necessary. To date, the request has been declined,” FBI spokesman Andrew Ames told the Washington Examiner.

Unnamed individuals who spoke with the Washington Post said the memo contains assertions that seek to discredit Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm that hired former British spy Christopher Steele to author the largely unverified “Trump dossier.”

The document reportedly says the FBI included false claims from Steele about Trump associates’ ties to Russia in an approved application to spy on campaign adviser Carter Page.

While everyone is waiting on the contents of this memo, some people have taken to Twitter to give their thoughts on how the note should be released, and I must say some of them are great ideas.

This memo could be the game changer we have all been waiting for over the last year.

It is about time that the American people know just how destructive Barack Obama and his minions were and how they were the ones obstructing justice in our country. Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the rest of those involved in this shocking abuse of power deserve to answer for their crimes once and for all and maybe now we will be able to see that happen.

H/T [Official Sarah Palin]

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BREAKING!! TRUMP’S DOING IT ON MARCH 5th!!! DREAMERS ARE DONE!

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There has been a tremendous amount of concern regarding the government shutdown and what brought it about. Primarily, it was DACA, Dreamers, and the issue of illegal immigration. Democrats shut down the government because DACA kids weren’t included in the budget. Which has everyone wondering what’s going to happen now that the budget has been extended for a month on the promise that DACA will be taken care of.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during a White House press briefing that it is possible starting March 5th that Dreamers could start getting deported. This is if Democrats don’t comply with the demands of President Trump regarding chain migration. Sanders said,

We haven’t determined that. We are hopeful we don’t have to do that and we don’t have to get there. We would like Democrats to get serious about solving problems.”

Now Congress has six weeks until the continuing resolution before the budget runs out. Only six weeks to figure out United States immigration policy and deal with the 690,000 DACA kids currently in this country. If they weren’t able to figure this out in October or the last four times they passed a continuing resolution what is going to make them figure it out in less than a month?

When asked about the status of Dreamers and the message the administration is sending to them in light of everything that is going on Sanders replied,

I think they should storm capitol hill and protest there because that is the place that has held up this discussion. Democrats are the one who shut this discussion down by forcing a government shutdown, by being unwilling to fund the government. We lost four days over this process of the conversation that should have been focused on immigration reform, fighting over this CR. If they had been part of the solution instead of part of the problem, I think we would already be further down the road in our negotiation on this package.”

The Daily Mail reported,

Sanders said Monday that Democrats in the Capitol ‘held up’ discussion about DACA, which gives at least 700,000 people a guarantee they won’t be deported unless they commit crimes. ‘Democrats are the one that shut this discussion down by forcing a shutdown, by being unwilling to fund the government,’ she insisted. Sanders framed DACA recipients’ worries as products of a ‘failure to actually address the issue’ on Capitol Hill.

‘They’re the ones that actually pass and make those laws,’ she said of Congress.
‘And the president gave a six-month timeframe in order for them to do that. And now I think all of America is counting on them to show up and make sure that happens.’ The DACA program’s uncertain fate continues to serve as leverage for the president to demand funding to construct a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

He also wants an end to ‘chain migration,’ a system that allows green card holders to sponsor large numbers of relatives for lawful admission into the U.S. And Trump is demanding that Congress scrap a diversity visa lottery that awards residence and work permits to people who come from ‘underrepresented’ countries. He has said he prefers a ‘merit-based’ system that pays no notice to anyone’s country of origin. Trump’s wall in particular, a constant campaign promise that consistently riled up crowds in 2015 and 2016, has become a sticking point for many Democrats.

At least one outspoken congressional advocate for illegal immigrants, however, is willing to grudgingly go along. ‘I think the wall is a monumental waste of taxpayers’ money, and it’s to build a monument to stupidity and it’s just idiotic,’ Rep. Luis Gutierrez of Illinois said Sunday on ABC. ‘Having said that, if that’s what it’s going to take in order to put 800,000 young men and women in the country … in a safe place and put them on course to full integration in our society … I say pay it.'”

While DACA protections will likely diminish starting March 6th, and the likelihood that some deportations will take place is high, Democrats only have themselves to blame. They have had since October to try and negotiate a DACA deal yet they have held out until now to push for a government shutdown. It makes no sense other than to call it a publicity stunt.

They are willfully holding the American people hostage over DACA kids who only account for 690,000 people out of the population. While the Children’s Health Insurance Program is something that 8,500,000 children are covered by. Democrats willingly putting the lives of 8,500,000 children at risk all to protect 690,000. The numbers just don’t add up no matter which way you spin it. There is no excuse for what they did.

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BREAKING!! TRUMP Just Made URGENT Announcement!! THIS IS SO AWESOME!!!

HELL YEAH!! GO TRUMP!

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The government has been shut down for three days. But it is expected to reopen tomorrow. Senate Democrats forced the shutdown by filibustering on Friday. Thus, over the weekend long and bipartisan talks took place over how to end the shutdown. Eventually, both sides came to an agreement.

The government shutdown came about because Senate and House Democrats wanted DACA funding included in the continuing resolution budget package. However, it was not in it. Even though they agreed with everything else in the budget including extending Children’s Health Insurance Program funding for six years. Democrats refused to end the shutdown until DACA was discussed while President Trump insisted he would not negotiate DACA until the government was reopened.

The Independent Journal Review reported,

On Monday, the Senate voted to end the government shutdown after just three days of being unable to reach a deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and immigration reform. President Donald Trump repeatedly said that funding for the border wall would need to be included in the deal, and Schumer argued for DACA to be included, as well.

In the end, Schumer gave in to a plan where Democrats would accept a deal to end the shutdown in exchange for opening negotiations on DACA. The vote landed at 81-18.
Now Trump has issued a statement saying that Democrats had finally “come to their senses” to fund the military, border patrol, first responders, and insurance for vulnerable children. He then said his administration would “work toward solving the problem of very unfair illegal immigration,” but only if “it is good for our country.””

The President spent the weekend at the White House residence on standby should the Senate finally come to a conclusion. They did, however, it wasn’t until Monday when a decision was made. While at the White House the President was reported to be restless while on the phone with Republican legislators and some informal congressional aides.

While some took issue over his notable absence from the discussions he did exactly what he was supposed to. It isn’t his job to craft a budget, it is Congress’ job. His role is more of a principal, a lender of last resort, the last person you want to go to. Going to him indicates a failure on the part of Congress and the Senate to do their job and negotiate a bill that could pass. In the end, he won and thereby the American people won.

USAToday reported,

Yet Democrats on Monday made their own case for at least a partial victory. They noted that the new spending plan lasts less than three weeks, winning them a commitment to work on a permanent resolution to the issue of DREAMers, the undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children.

If there’s no agreement by Feb. 8, they warned, there could be a rerun of what Democrats called the “Trump shutdown,” which took place as both parties positioned themselves for congressional elections in a little less than ten months. “The Republican majority now has seventeen days to prevent the DREAMers from being deported,” said Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., speaking on the Senate floor.

On Monday, Senate Democrats came together with Republicans on a short-term government funding bill — with a promise from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to work toward a bipartisan compromise on immigration, border security, and a broader budget outline before then. The vote was 81-18. 

Sanders said Trump hopes to sign the bill later Monday, after the House votes on the short-term spending measure and the budget office does necessary paperwork. Shortly after the vote, Trump met at the White House with a group of Senators — all Republicans, and all viewed as relative hard-liners on the immigration.  The government has been partially shut down since 12:01 a.m. Saturday, after senators blocked a bill that would have kept the government funded for the next month. The legislation came up with a vote of 50-49 – about 10 votes short of overcoming a Democratic filibuster.

Democrats opposed the bill in part because it did not include provisions for young immigrants protected under the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program known as DACA. Trump announced in September that he would end the program, saying Obama didn’t have the legal authority to give the undocumented immigrants legal status. But he also gave Congress six months to enshrine the program into law. 

Democrats argued the president was backing away from his commitment to finding a solution to help protect these 800,000 immigrants from deportation. “We expect that a bipartisan deal on DACA will receive fair consideration and an up-or-down vote on the floor,” Schumer said Monday. Trump himself has been largely silent throughout the shutdown crisis, except for an occasional tweet. But across the globe, Vice President Pence was quick to cast Democrats’ efforts as a loss. “The Schumer shutdown failed,” Pence said during a news conference in Israel, placing the blame squarely on the top Senate Democrat. “Now that the government is reopening, Congress can get back to work advancing the president’s agenda.””

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