Laura Ingraham, not one to pull her punches, is now going after liberals. The way that they’re “rooting against America,” and have been attacking supporters of President Trump, is a clear indication that they are scared.
Liberal Democrats are terrified that they might lose another election to President Donald Trump, the Fox News host and conservative political commentator said on her show, “The Ingraham Angle” on Monday. “Rooting against America, referring to millions of voters as ‘deplorables’ or ‘racists’ or bigot coddlers is not the language of a confident optimistic party…it is the language of people who are furious that they could lose another presidential election.”
For two and half years since Trump’s defeat of Hillary Clinton, the Democrats have conducted an organized effort to bring him down. They cried Russia collusion, and were saying that Robert Mueller’s investigation would prove that President Trump colluded with the Russians to defeat Hillary. Mueller’s investigation found no evidence of collusion and couldn’t come to a conclusion on obstruction. That hasn’t stopped congressional democrats from calling for more investigations and even impeachment.
“Trump’s reckoning — they were confident — would be delivered by the highly respected prosecutor Bob Mueller. In other words, the 2020 election would be a ‘gimme’ for any Democrat,” Ingraham said.
The Democrats have now resorted to charges of racism against the President and his supporters. The fall back charge for liberals who are losing political arguments.
“The crestfallen Dems decided to go all-in on the race issue. The Angle told you this would happen. Using bogus charges of racism, the left has a goal of blunting any momentum the President may have with minority voters in 2020.”
Ingraham then referred to three Democrat presidential hopefuls who have brought up the race issue on the campaign trail. Beto O’Rourke, former El Paso Congressman, answered affirmatively to a question by a CNN news anchor, on whether he believed that the President was a ‘white nationalist.” Governor Jay Inslee of Washington said in an interview, it is “time to get white nationalism out of the White House.” Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Indiana’s Mayor said, “at best, it means looking the other way on racism,” responding to a question on whether it was a racist act to vote for Trump.
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These are just some of the examples of the vitriol coming from the left, which is not indicative of a party that is confident of victory, but of one that is scared and frustrated that nothing that they have done to hurt and destroy the President and his supporters seems to work for them.
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