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We’ve seen this show before.

When there’s a national disaster, neighborhoods have been reduced to rubble, shelters are filled with crying families, and a Republican is in the White House, the Democrats jump into action.

Not to help, but to make political capital from a disaster that they helped cause.

After Hurricane Katrina, the media shrieked that survivors inside the New Orleans Superdome were murdering each other. But there actually wasn’t a single murder in the Superdome. And no, NBC’s Brian Williams, never saw any corpses floating past the Ritz-Carlton. The media exaggerated and lied.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was all over the news shouting, “Get off your asses” and accusing the Bush administration of “spinning” while “people are dying”. The dirty Democrat demanded more resources while claiming that everything that the Federal government was doing wasn’t good enough. He called for Greyhound buses, when there were plenty of school buses in New Orleans that weren’t being used.

Much of the disaster was actually Nagin’s fault. And Ray Nagin has been convicted of his crimes.

Puerto Rico is the new New Orleans. San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz is the new Nagin.

While media types claim that there’s a cholera outbreak in Puerto Rico (there isn’t), Yulin Cruz hops from CNN to MSNBC to accuse, demand aid, taunt Trump and throw around claims of “genocide”.

There has been no shortage of Federal aid to Puerto Rico.  There are tons of supplies sitting and rotting. There are 10,000 shipping containers in a San Juan port alone. The dysfunctional local authorities were having trouble finding the drivers to deliver them.

The Governor of Puerto Rico has said that he doesn’t need more supplies. He needs drivers. And, currently, only 20% of the truck drivers are reporting for work. Meanwhile fuel trucks can’t travel because of a curfew.

Is that Trump’s fault?

Local relief is the job of local authorities. It is not President Trump’s job to dispatch truck drivers to Puerto Rico. The White House has, by the admission of local authorities, filled every aid request. According to FEMA, 11,800 Federal personnel are on the ground in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. FEMA personnel have helped 843 people and entered thousands of buildings.

But Mayor Yulin Cruz keeps singing from Nagin’s old hymnal about old people being trapped and massive death tolls. But where are the 1,500 employees of San Juan’s police department? Why can’t San Juan find municipal employees who can drive a truck or evacuate the elderly?

Yulin Cruz found the time to appear on every single cable news program, but has yet to visit a FEMA center. She poses against a backdrop of massive amounts of aid, which the local authorities can’t seem to distribute, but they did find the time to print out a “We are all dying” t-shirt for her to wear while chatting with Anderson Cooper on CNN.

Cruz is a member of the Partido Popular Democratico which is affiliated with the Democrats.

Despite being exposed to plenty of storms, Puerto Rico was obviously unprepared for the disaster, in all the ways that count, like having a Plan B for when the cell towers stop working. Like New Orleans, much of which is below sea level, the authorities had no viable plan to deal with an inevitable disaster. The PPD had one agenda. And that agenda was fighting “austerity”, not preparing for the day when the lights go out.

When Hurricane Georges hit Puerto Rico in 1998, 100% of electrical services were disrupted. Roads and bridges were destroyed. Utility workers actually had to be flown in from outside to handle repairs. (The media was much less interested in Georges because a Clinton was in the White House.) But a FEMA audit found questionable costs and no useful lessons were learned from the disaster.

In 2004, Tropical Storm Jeanne hit Puerto Rico and all the power went out. Governor Sila Calderon, the Dem politico, who had also served as Mayor of San Juan, was back to warning that there was no water or power. Two years earlier, Caldreon had pressured the United States to leave Vieques. A referendum showed 70% Puerto Rican support for withdrawal. As a result, Roosevelt Roads Naval Station was closed.

Calderon and the PPD claimed that the abandoned base would become an international airport. Instead it’s an eyesore. And there are no more Navy bases in Puerto Rico. That makes it harder to ship supplies.

But the PPD has come full circle from “US Out of Vieques” to “Why the Hell Aren’t You in Vieques?”

“I cannot fathom the thought that the greatest nation in the world cannot figure out the logistics for a small island,” Mayor Yulin Cruz rants. But it’s Puerto Rico that hasn’t figured out its own logistics.

It’s deep in debt and yet it’s completely unprepared every time a storm arrives.

President Trump dispatched vessels to Puerto Rico before the hurricane. These included the Kearsarge; one of the Navy’s big powerhouses. The USS Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group had delivered 44,000 pounds of supplies and conducted 144 airlifts. It’s operating from Roosevelt Roads, which would have had a stable Naval presence if it wasn’t for the PPD and the left’s Vieques protests.

Military personnel are busy clearing roads. But the question is why can’t Puerto Rico do it?

And what was President Trump supposed to do about it? Was he supposed to magically ensure that Puerto Rico would be better prepared when its own authorities and Obama Inc. had failed to do so?

After Superstorm Sandy, the media flipped the script and turned its disaster coverage into a reelection commercial for Barack Obama. But the reality on the ground was a completely inept response. FEMA proved useless. Its centers shut down due to snow. Biker gangs, the local equivalent of the Cajun Navy, were much more useful. Obama took a photo op hug with a victim and then ignored her pleas for help.

But that too was business as usual.

The media has struggled to, in its own words, turn the latest disaster into Trump’s Katrina. They pivoted from initially ignoring the hurricane (just as they usually do) to accusing Trump of ignoring it. They pounded away at the Jones Act, and when that was waived, are berating Trump for not “caring enough”.

But this disaster is their puppy.

The Democrats have held the White House for eight years. If the disaster is a Federal problem, they had eight years to fix it.

They didn’t.

Governor Ricardo Rossello was an Obama delegate. He taped an ad for Hillary Clinton. Mayor Yulin Cruz is on the left. But, just like New Orleans, the local authorities somehow escape all the blame.

Trump didn’t make Puerto Rico dysfunctional. Puerto Rico has yet to come up with a functional response to a storm. And some of its dysfunctional politicians gleefully tour cable news denouncing Trump while ignoring their own people even as they exploit their suffering.

New Orleans, Houston and Puerto Rico share a common pattern. The left runs an area into the ground. And then when disaster strikes, it lashes out at a Republican in the White House. When local authorities fail to evacuate, when they don’t have a viable disaster plan, when they don’t use available resources, it’s Bush’s fault or it’s Trump’s fault. But it’s never the fault of the Democrats. Nothing ever is.

It’s the job of local authorities to deal with a disaster. The Federal government is only supposed to step in when local resources are overwhelmed. But in Puerto Rico, there seem to be no local resources.

Even expecting truck drivers to pick up supplies from the port is expecting too much.

That’s not President Trump’s fault.  If you want someone to blame, talk to the angry leftist wearing her “We are all dying” t-shirt on CNN. Maybe the same driver who delivered her shirt and her news crew, can take the time to deliver some supplies to all the dying people.



Here’s 10 Reasons Why DACA Is Pure CACA

There’s a lot of talk on why DACA is ‘awesome’ and ending it is somehow ‘Apocalyptic’.

Anyone who would let it die is somehow ‘evil’.

Let’s fact-check that, shall we?

1. DACA Recipients Are Illegal Aliens
— do journalists realize that is still the official term for non-citizens who have not entered lawfully?

2. This Is Only the Fault of the Parents
— children have been affected by their parents’ bad decisions throughout time. When banks are ready to foreclose, do they ask if any children will be affected?

3. DACA Recipients Are Not ‘Children’
— ‘born 1981 or after‘ — that’s an upper limit of 36 years old, and counting.

Does THAT change the narrative at all? We’re hearing the word ‘children’ for one reason only: we are being Emotionally Manipulated.

4. DACA Is Not a Law, It Is the Violation of Law
— it was explained why the President cannot put something like DACA in place, by none other than…

5. DACA Is a Massive Amnesty Program

— ‘officially’ it is temporary. But in reality, it was deliberately set up like so many other leftist programs. Impossible to revoke without the party who ended it looking like ‘the Grinch’.

Like that schoolyard drug peddler promising… ‘first one’s free’.

6. DACA Recipients Take Jobs Americans WILL Do

Obama added 800,000 people of working age to the potential job market during ‘the slowest US recovery since WWII’.

This is unfair to Americans, especially those just entering the workforce. They’re competing for the same jobs. If you were wondering why income is flat, but inflation is not, blame the supply and demand of labor.

7. Most DACA Recipients are Not Overachievers — Some DACA Recipients are Actually Criminals

Here’s an example:

Mother of Teen Killed by ‘Dreamer’ on DACA: ‘I Can’t Call Another Country and Talk to Josh’

8. DACA Encourages More Illegal Immigrants
— Ask any animal trainer — the behavior you reward is repeated. People are no different.

9. DACA Recipients are Eligible for Welfare Benefits in Most States

It would be an easy fix to separate the freeloaders from the ‘exemplary’ people we’ve been told about. Make their stay conditional on permanent forfeiture of any claims to government payouts of any kind, for any reason. Welfare, EBT, subsidies, etc.

 You wouldn’t need to ’round up’ the ‘bad ones’. Their options would be work or self-selected departure.

10. DACA Was Already Litigated and Debated in 2016

November 8 was the referendum. Democrats lost



There were many instances of voter fraud during the 2012 presidential election nationwide, but Democrats continued to deny it ever taking place. Not only were dead people voting, but some voters showed up at the polls and were turned away after being told they already voted, but they never did. In other instances, voting machines in a variety of locations were discovered changing votes from Romney to Obama. In Cincinnati, a poll worker was found to have voted for herself, a sister and several other relatives and friends, one of which died months earlier. There were also cases in more than one state where voters were found to be registered and voted in more than one state. And let’s not forget the statistical improbability that took place in Cleveland where 149 precincts reported 100% of the votes were for Obama.

Prior to the 2012, some Democratic workers were caught on video telling people how they could vote more than once. Prior to the 2016 election, some Democratic workers were found to be registering people without their knowledge just to meet a quota they had been given.

Before and after the 2016 election, Democrats continued to deny that any voter fraud took place anywhere, despite claims and evidence to the contrary.

States like California and Oregon had passed laws that automatically registered illegal and legal aliens to vote, even though they legally are not allowed to vote. California is home to over 3 million illegal aliens, most of which would vote Democrat if given the chance to vote and some claims have been made that many did vote, illegally.

Even the Washington Times reported:

“A large number of non-citizen Hispanics, as many as 2 million, were illegally registered to vote in the U.S., according to a nationwide poll.”

“The National Hispanic Survey provides additional evidence for use by anti-voter fraud conservatives and bolsters an analysis by professors at Old Dominion University who say non-citizens registered and voted in potentially large numbers.”

“President Trump has announced he will appoint a task force on voter fraud headed by Vice President Mike Pence. He says he wants the investigation to focus on inaccurate voter registration rolls, which are maintained by the states and the District of Columbia.”

“‘It is a fact and you will not deny it, that there are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote,’ White House adviser Stephen Miller told ABC News. ‘That is a scandal. We should stop the presses’.”

This lends support to the claim of Gregg Phillips, Founder of VoteStand and JumpVote who claimed:

“Completed analysis of database of 180 million voter registrations.”

“Number of non-citizen votes exceeds 3 million.”

“Consulting legal team.”

And again On November 13, Phillips posted again, saying:

“We have verified more than three million votes cast by non-citizens. “

“We are joining.@TrueTheVote to initiate legal action. “

Don’t forget that Green Party candidate Jill Stein filed for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Two days into the Michigan recount, a federal judge stopped it, claiming that Stein had no grounds to ask for a recount since she received only 1% of the popular vote. The interesting aspect of the Michigan recount was that in those short two days, there was evidence discovered of Democratic voter fraud and votes counted up to 6 times, mostly in favor of Hillary Clinton.

The recount in Wisconsin also backfired on Stein and Clinton as it ended up giving Trump 131 additional votes.

Now Fox News is reporting:

“New data suggest that more than 5,000 people who cast ballots in New Hampshire in the 2016 U.S. presidential election might not have been residents of the state.”

“These voters likely used out-of-state driver’s licenses and have not since obtained an in-state license or registered a vehicle…”

“The new figures could potentially call into question the validity of the New Hampshire results for Nov. 8, when Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton outpolled Republican nominee Donald Trump by a mere 2,736 votes.”

So technically, Trump also won New Hampshire and its 4 Electoral votes giving Trump 310 Electoral votes to Clinton’s 228. If you add up all of the voter fraud reports to date and modified the popular vote accordingly, Donald Trump not only won the Electoral votes but he also won the popular vote, thus ending all questions of the legitimacy and legality of his election as America’s 45th President.




Desperate Liberals Caught in Texas Trying To SCREW Trump & Flood Victims – Look What They Did After He Left!


Democrat Mayor Caught In Major Scandal. People Are Dead.

Hurricane Harvey was the worst hurricane Texas has seen in over 50 years and Houston was one of the hardest hit areas with massive flooding as a result.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R), warned Houston residents that regardless of an official evacuation order, “you need to strongly consider evacuating.” Yet, according to The Weather Channel, Houston’s Mayor Sylvester Turner (D), called for everyone to stay put, resulting in six deaths and trapping 7 million people in their homes.

Hurricane Harvey has unleashed massive flooding in Houston. Some areas are estimated to have fifty inches of rain and the US Army Corps of Engineers is struggling to relieve the pressure on local dams that could see levees break, a terrifying recreation of what happened in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.

According to The Washington Post on Friday, when the hurricane was predicted to make landfall over the weekend, Governor Abbott encouraged citizens of the Houston area to pack up and leave. “Even if an evacuation order hasn’t been issued by your local official, if you’re in an area between Corpus Christi and Houston, you need to strongly consider evacuating. What you don’t know, and what nobody else knows right now, is the magnitude of flooding that will be coming,” he said.

City officials in Houston quickly rejected the warning, telling residents to stay put. Mayor Turner made this statement shortly after Abbott’s warning: “There are a number of people who are in Hurricane Harvey’s direct path, and evacuation orders have been given to them. But for the Houston area… this is a rainmaker for us. There’s no need for people to be thinking about putting themselves in greater danger.”

Francisco Sanchez, Emergency Management Spokesperson for Harris County quickly sided with the mayor on twitter: “Local officials know best. Houston has no evacuation order. In Harris County: very limited to select communities. LOCAL LEADERS KNOW BEST.”

Now that the floods have ravaged the city, Abbott has stated that more than 250 highways in Texas are closed, making evacuation from Houston incredibly difficult as the storms are expected to continue this week.

Despite the danger to citizens trapped inside their homes and shelters, Turner defends his decision. “You can’t put 6.5 million people on the roads,” he said, referring to the decision not to evacuate shortly before the hurricane hit.

Elderly waiting to be rescued from flood waters in Dickinson, Texas. (Image via

Kathleen Blanco, former Louisiana governor who was in office when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, says the city officials of Houston should have taken the threat more seriously and were completely unprepared for the areas they did decide to evacuate.

She criticized them, in particular, for their lack of action in those areas predicted to have the worst flooding before the hurricane and have now received the worst of the flooding. “It’s not apparent to us watching that they developed a sensible evacuation formula,” Blanco said. “You have to allow people in the southernmost regions to get out the quickest. You can’t tell everyone to leave at the same time or you end up with gridlock, especially in a big urban center.”

Texas state officials including the governor, and federal officials including President Trump, urged Houstonians to evacuate in preparation for Hurricane Harvey’s landfall, yet the mayor of Houston told residents to “stay put.” Was the mayor attempting to create a political crisis by misleading Houstonians?

The National Weather Service has warned of “additional catastrophic, unprecedented and life threatening flooding” for the rest of this week and standing flash-flood emergency broadcasts are in place for the entire southeast Texas area.

Our prayers go out to those still stranded and affected by the flooding. Hopefully, city officials will acknowledge their mistakes to this point and cooperate with state and federal authorities so this disaster can be minimized.

Voter Fraud: Chicago Election Board Lists More General Election Votes Than Voters

There is a new development in the on-going voter fraud saga.

We’ve covered developments like these extensively here at The Federalist Papers Project.

From county election officials being charged with felony voter fraud to Democrat staffers being charged with voter fraud, we have found many, many cases of people trying to alter the results of elections.

It’s like a bad episode of Oprah. But no one gets an iPad… “And you get charged with voter fraud! And you! And you! And you! Allllll of you!

But wait… why don’t we hear about these stories in the mainstream media?

Because the mainstream media likes to pretend these things don’t exist!

But why do they pretend? Because that is the story they tell us.

However, we can’t un-see the fraud that currently exists on voter registration lists, election boards, election officials, and staffers.

Here is yet another example.

The wind in Chicago must have mixed up some files in the election board because there are more general election votes than voters…

My high school pre-calculus teacher could tell you I’m not very good at math…but I”m pretty sure this is fishy.

According to the Chicago City Wire:

More than 14,000 votes were cast in Chicago during the 2016 general election than there were voters to cast them, based on separate figures released by the Chicago Board of Elections, the chairman of the Chicago Republican Party has reported.

Chris Cleveland told the Chicago Wire that “on a whim,” he filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the board, which provided him with a list of 1,101,178 people who voted in the general election. An earlier post on the board’s website said that 1,115,664 votes had been cast.

“There should be never be more votes than voters,” Cleveland said. “Every ballot cast should be recorded against a registered voter.”

There should never be more votes than voters.

You heard it here, folks.

That may come as a surprise to some of you out there but, indeed, that is how the system works.

Sadly, there are two ways to look at this–the people in charge in that windy city are either extremely incompetent..or fraudulent. I’m not quite sure which is worse.

According to the director of Judicial Watch’s Election Integrity Project Robert Popper, there are ten other states, “that have another kind of discrepancy in their voting rolls: The number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens as determined by a review of Census data.”

Specifically, in Illinois, there are 26 counties “where voter registration was higher than the number of people eligible to vote, according to Census numbers.”

When numbers are this extreme, can we really chalk this up to incompetency? I suspect something fishy is going on here, and it’s time that this corruption is rooted out once and for all.

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Reagan Pifer has taught and researched American history and politics in higher education for ten years. These are her rants.

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