Chip McLean
Desperate Dems
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By Chip McLean
August 4, 2016

It's official. The Dems are in all out panic mode.

Despite the MSM's best efforts to boost Hillary – with Reuters even going so far as to"cook" poll results – the real deal is the media sycophants' favored candidate got very little real bounce – if any – post convention.

Their attempted hit on Trump over the weekend concerning the Khizr Khan incident is backfiring, with facts emerging that Mr. Kahn has ties to the Clintons going back over a period of years. It's just another orchestrated hit that has already been debunked.

While anyone can and should feel empathy over the fact that Kahn lost his son in Iraq, it does not follow that Mr. Kahn is some sort of expert on the US Constitution. His choreographed waving of it while saying Trump should read it, unfortunately puts his own ignorance on display.

The fact is that the president can bar people from entering the country based on criteria such as religion.

Mr. Kahn fails to understand that the protections under the constitution to which he refers, do not apply to those who are not US citizens. In addition, under the Plenary Power Doctrine the president may take such action unilaterally and it will carry the full force of the law. (Go here, to read more information).

In addition, it turns out Kahn's law firm specializes in Muslim immigration. Evidently he benefits financially from those of means from the Muslim world who are willing to pay to expedite their procurement of certain documents necessary to immigrate to the US.

Interestingly, his website has since been taken down, but Breitbart.com found an archived page where one can view his "services."

As the Kahn ploy has come unraveled, Obama himself has made the solemn pronouncement that Mr. Trump is "unfit" to be president, and that Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell should "renounce him."

This is true desperation...Obama knows that the only way to preserve all of his "fundamental transformation" of the country is by having a third term, i.e. a Hillary presidency.

Obama knows full well that a President Trump will do everything that he can to undo all of the damage inflicted upon the country during Obama's reign. And Obama knows that Hillary is in deep trouble with the voters who overwhelmingly do not trust her. Hillary's "trustability" problem is only going to get worse as more of those "deleted" emails get released to the public.

That Obama made such an unprecedented statement clearly demonstrates a level of desperation. His reaching out to the so-called "opposition" leaders, Ryan and McConnell, only serves to call attention to the fact that establishment Republicans are no different from establishment Democrats – they both want the same thing, and that's to keep the globalist agenda going – and Donald Trump threatens that status quo.

Fighting against the establishment is the reason Trump won the nomination, and why he could very possibly defeat Hillary.

It wouldn't surprise me at all if Ryan and McConnell acquiesce to Obama and denounce Trump – they would simply be saying what they have been doing all along and that is to try and undermine their own nominee. Anything to keep the globalist masters happy.

In the meantime, millions of Americans who are sick and tired of their own interests being put last behind global corporate interests, are very likely to continue building a momentum toward a Trump presidency – Obama's desperate plea for a "third term" notwithstanding.

© Chip McLean

 

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Chip McLean

Chip McLean is the founder and editor/publisher of Outsider News Publishing, the umbrella for Capitol Hill Outsider, Capitol Hill Coffee House and Rino Tracker (co-founded with Chris Adamo). Chip is a former broadcaster and long time sales professional whose interest in politics began in 1964 at the age of eight, when his parents took him to a Barry Goldwater rally during the presidential campaign. He identifies himself as a "constitutionalist" and started the "Outsider" as a response to an out-of-control federal government that has seen both major parties disregard the very document they are sworn to uphold. In addition to his work at Outsider News Publishing, Chip's columns have appeared in a number of online publications.

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