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Thursday, January 24, 2019

The Weird Sisters of Congress



The second witch chants :

By the pricking of my thumbs,
Something wicked this way comes.  (Macbeth,
Act One, Scene One)

Wikipedia writes:

The Three Witches, also known as the Weird Sisters …are characters in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth (c. 1603–1607). They hold a striking resemblance to the three Fates of classical mythology, and are, perhaps, intended as a twisted version of the white-robed incarnations of destiny. The witches eventually lead Macbeth to his demise.

Hecate, the Greek goddess of witch craft, is the sponsor or “role model” for the weird sisters. Nancy Pelosi is her 21st century embodiment.  What goes on the House of Representatives:

Fair is foul, and foul is fair;
Hover through the fog and filthy air. (Act One, Scene One.

Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn, and cauldron bubble. (Act One, Scene One)

Substitute cauldron with MSM.

The first weird sister, an unrepentant Muslim and “Palestinian”, is the most vociferous and foul-mouthed of the new representatives in the House:


Is the loudest dog whistler, together with IIlan Omar (D-Mich), and chief spokeswoman for anti-Semitism. She is rapidly anti-Israel. On Thursday vowed to take on President Trump hours after she was sworn in to office, saying before a crowd of supporters, “We’re going to go in and impeach the mothef---er.”

The comments from Tlaib came hours after she was sworn in to Congress and on the same day she had an op-ed published in the Detroit Free Press calling for Trump's impeachment.



Ilhan Omar (D-Minnesota)

The hijab-wearing Representative owns an unbridgled record of anti-Semitism.

Commentary remarked:



Freshman Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar trades in a primitive brand of anti-Semitism that’s almost unknown in this country, let alone in Congress. To recap, in 2012, she tweeted, “Israel has hypnotized the world, may Allah awaken the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel.” Only last week, the Somali-born Omar defended her tweet during a CNN interview. That’s six years of remorseless bigotry.

But since that interview, someone must have convinced Omar that she needed to do some damage control. On Tuesday, she took to Twitter once again—this time, responding to the New York Times’ Bari Weiss, who wrote a column on Monday detailing Omar’s offense. Omar offered an apology of sorts for what she claimed was former ignorance.

“In all sincerity, it was after my CNN interview that I heard from Jewish orgs. that my use of the word ‘Hypnotize’ and the ugly sentiment it holds was offensive,” she wrote. “It’s now apparent to me that I spent lots of energy putting my 2012 tweet in context and little energy is disavowing the anti-Semitic trope I unknowingly used, which is unfortunate and offensive.”

She “unknowingly” offended Jews by saying that Israel hypnotized the world not to see its evil? Nonsense….”
 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez  (D-NY) allies herself with Omar and Tlaib, as another “Weird Sister.”Aside from her nuttiness and ill-thought-out pronouncements about what everyone “deserves,” she sounds like soft version of Joseph Stalin:

Sisters Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and IIhan Omar
Western Journal points out:

Far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ran on the same talking points championed by communist dictator Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union’s constitution.

Conservatives have long warned that the Democratic Party is slowly drifting too far left, and politicians like Ocasio-Cortez are living proof.

The 29-year-old representative from New York was elected in November despite her affiliation with the far-left Democratic Socialists of America, and one doesn’t even need to dig into her past to figure out that she’s a proponent of socialism.

The representative’s campaign website outlined her ridiculous talking points for the entire world to see: Government-guaranteed medical care, housing, education — even jobs.

It might sound like a liberal dream, but her platform takes on a disturbing reality when read side-by-side with the constitution of the Soviet Union.

The Soviet Union guaranteed the “right to health protection,” including “free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions.”

Ocasio-Cortez’s platform supports “Medicare for all,” which includes “full vision, dental, and mental healthcare.”

The Soviet Union’s Constitution declared: “Citizens of the USSR have the rights to housing.”

 

As it turns out, Ocasio-Cortez also “believes that housing is a right,” according to her campaign website.

The Soviet Union declared the “right to education,” which was ensured by “free provision of all forms of education.”

One of Ocasio-Cortez’s biggest issues is a right to tuition-free higher education.

“It’s now time to expand our national education system to include tuition-free public college and trade school,” the website reads.

Daniel Greenfield on Front Page wrote about Omar’s dicey affiliations and out of the ballpark predictions:

After apologizing for claiming that Jews have hypnotized the world, she decided to jump on the Covington Catholic disaster with the worst possible hot take, by defending the black nationalist group involved in the confrontation.

Rep. Omar claimed that the students "were taunting 5 Black men". The actual video shows that the Black Israelite hate group, a racist and anti-Semitic movement, was doing the taunting.

Sisters  Kamala Harris and Rashida Harbi Tlaib

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif. Stands with  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:

The Conservative Tribune and the Western Journal note that Harris:

…supports crippling environmental regulations, like the Paris climate deal, which would transfer huge amounts of money from the United States to countries like China and India while impacting our economy.


She’s …anti-border wall, having made comments hinting at dismantling Immigration and Customs Enforcement. On and on the list goes.

Nothing to see here. It’s all just Democratic Socialist pap.

All four Weird Sisters and Hecate are of the same raggedy cloth. But  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is 
going to be a movie star.  

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