Yes, Women Will Vote for Trump in 2020

On Sunday, America celebrated 99 years of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. In 1920 when the 19th Amendment was ratified, their votes helped deliver a Republican majority. But that was the 20s, and now we’re in an era of ever-changing parties and women being slated to vote with the Democratic party. Why? Is there something about the Democratic party that is pro-women? Since President Trump was elected, his policies have been more pro-women than the policies championed by former President Obama. The media won’t report that, and the ongoing harass...

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Democrats Embracing Socialism Are Handing President Trump the White House on a Silver Platter

Considering the Democratic lineup for the 2020 election, President Trump has a pretty good chance of getting reelected. It doesn’t matter which frontrunner candidate wins the nomination, each one has embraced socialism to the point where moderate Democratic voters may be faced with a dilemma. When the former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Ed Rendell makes these claims, that’s saying a lot. Fox News has the details: "If the party platform adopts Medicaid-for-all [sic] and an end to private insurance, then I think it would open the door to President Trump ...

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Rep. Castro Tweets Out Local Trump Donor List to ‘Shame’ Them

Everyone has the right to donate to whichever cause, candidate or organization they want to without being subjected to harassment. For that exact reason, tea party groups won a lawsuit last year against the IRS for illegal and unwarranted targeting of conservative donors. You would think the left would have learned from the mistakes of this rogue government agency; think again. Texas Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro tweeted out a list of voters in his district who donated to President Trump’s campaign in an effort to shame them. He accused the private citizens on the ...

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Democratic Debates Round Two Highlights

This week, twenty Democratic candidates running for presidents in 2020 got their chance to shine on one out of two nights of brutal debates. All twenty candidates showed the country how deranged the far left has become. Here are some highlights from round two of debates: The Time reports: Medicare for All Takes Center Stage Medicare for All got a lot of attention on Tuesday night, as the first 30 minutes of the debate consisted largely of Sanders and Warren defending the policy from attacks leveled by their more moderate rivals. The substantive back-and-forth laid ...

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Round Two of Democratic Debates: What Can We Expect?

The top twenty (20!) candidates for the Democratic nomination for president will face off once again and we believe we can provide a glimpse into the circus coming to town. So, what can we expect next week? Who’s going to try and sink their claws into whom? Since the last debate, we lost poor old Rep. Eric Swalwell to the ravages of early campaign season. He was taken from us too young, but at the same time we couldn’t be happier to see him go. Montana Governor Steve Bullock has stepped in his place and is officially fresh meat for the other contenders. Who will ...

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Democratic Candidates Suffering from a Case of the Financial Blues

It’s not looking good for a lot of the Democratic candidates financially. Recently, financial disclosures show that 11 candidates are operating their campaigns at a deficit and eight others have less than $1 million to help move their campaigns along. Other than the front-runners—Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg— Democratic candidates are struggling. “This is the doomsday scenario for a lot of campaigns, where they’re grasping for air to keep their campaigns alive and to live another day,” said Washington ...

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Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Reacts to Neomi Rao’s Testimony Before the Senate Judiciary Committee

Atlanta, Ga. – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released the following statement today, reacting to Neomi Rao’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. “We cannot imagine a more qualified nominee to serve on the DC Circuit than Neomi Rao. She showed today why she will be another outstanding judge. Despite the decision by Senate Democrats, once again, to stoop to bullying tactics in an attempt to obstruct the process, Ms. Rao demonstrated how she will fairly apply the law and honor the Constitution. We look forward to the Senate ...

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Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Supports Rep. Jody Hice and the House Freedom Caucus

Atlanta, GA – Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin today responded to Republican leader Kevin McCarthy's retribution against Rep. Hice by issuing the following statement: “The new Congress is not even three weeks old, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has already broken his word to his colleagues. At the beginning of the 116th Congress, McCarthy told his fellow members, 'We are at our best when we focus not on retribution but on building a more perfect union.’ But just days later, Rep. McCarthy targeted Rep. Jody Hice for retribution ...

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Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Calls for Applying “Clyburn Standard” to All Members of Congress

Atlanta, GA – Statement from Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund Chairman Jenny Beth Martin: "It was South Carolina Representative James Clyburn, the Democratic whip at the time, who famously said, 'Silence is consent. We cannot be silent in this matter, because we do not consent to the conduct.' That was after Republican Congressman Joe Wilson (R-S.C.) accused President Obama of lying back in 2009. Mr. Wilson apologized. When Democratic leaders such as Speaker Pelosi, Majority Leader Hoyer and, yes, Mr. Clyburn himself, are silent about the repulsive words of their own ...

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Why the Electoral College Matters Today

On January 7, 1789, the first presidential election in America was held and George Washington won the election. He was sworn into office on April 30 and would become the first president in American history. It was also the first election the Electoral College system was used and, since then, it has been used in every American presidential election. As it did then, the system permitted for the president and vice president to be the only elected federal officials chosen by the Electoral College rather than by a direct popular vote. During a presidential election, the ...

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