Watch: Parkland HS Bro Shreds Feckless Sheriff – It’s Brutal & Perfect

Are we supposed to listen to this student the way we were obligated to ‘hear’ the victims CNN trotted out to kvetch about guns?

Sure you do. Students were used as pawns in the gun grabber narrative.


Doug gave The Media (D) Hell for using students to push their gun-grabbing agenda:

That is definitely where the conversation should be and it absolutely outrages me that on the CNN town hall, we had the sheriff who was virtue signaling against the NRA and against guns when he didn’t even act properly. The armed officer at school waited outside and then him, the sheriff and his men for four minutes let my classmates die while he sat outside and waited. He didn’t even do his job properly and then comes around and turns around saying guns are the issue when he had failed to act properly.

Source: DailyWire

Yeah. Virtue signaling.

Vittert pointed out that Israel knew when he attended the CNN town hall that his deputy had waited outside the school but didn’t disclose that piece of information. Vittert said Israel was refusing to resign and had professed that he had displayed amazing leadership. He asked, “Do you agree with that?”

Kashuv reacted, “No, not at all. I think he absolutely needs to resign after what happened here. He failed to act on so many different levels. And him, himself, he’s responsible for this massive failure. This could have been easily stopped, both by the FBI and the Sheriff’s Department had they acted.”

Source: DailyWire

Watch the left’s tactic as it boomerangs.

Well said.

Does your grandpa go off on paltry politicians, whether they be Democrats or Republicans? Does he get misty eyed when he talks about God and Country and America’s future? And have you ever heard him scream, ‘Awww … Hell no!’ when Rosie O’Donnell starts yapping on television? If you answered yes to one, or all of the above, then your gramps will love Doug Giles’ latest book, My Grandpa Is A Patriotic Badass.

Don’t be fooled by the title — this ain’t just for Grandpa.
The Snowflake Generation — and the rest of America — needs a good ol’ dose of ‘Grandpa wisdom’.
Especially if that Grandpa is Doug Giles.
You’ll love My Grandpa Is A Patriotic Badass just as much as Grandpa will.

This shirt is sure to liven up the party. It doesn’t have just ONE controversial statement, but TWO. With Jesus in the mix, it could nearly start a riot.

Which, if you’ve read the book, was pretty much what would happen when Jesus swept into town, anyway. But which part of the shirt will get people more heated?

Jesus kicking ass? Some people actually have a problem with that?

Set aside the fact that he’s returning as a conquering king:

Now out of His mouth goes a sharp sword, that with it He should strike the nations. And He Himself will rule them with a rod of iron.

Even in his time here, he was hardly the hippie-dippie gentle Jesus that pacifists would paint him as. He told his followers to ‘buy a sword’.

He swaggered into the temple like he owned the place. Because He does.

He saw the contempt the merchants and swindlers had for the real significance of the house — and he started braiding a whip.

A WHIP! Then he started, literally, cleaning house.

And before the Fundamentalists get too pleased with themselves… do you know what his very FIRST miracle was?

Turning water into wine.

No, dear. Not ‘grape juice’. Are you kidding? What self-respecting wedding host would have fallen for Welches?. The steward of the feast called it ‘the good stuff’. As in the quality vintage.

Why? Because a wedding is to be celebrated, with wine.

Just how much did Jesus ‘approve’ or ‘disapprove’ of wine?

Let’s flip the question back on the teetotalers: do the words ‘drink this in remembrance of me’ ring any bells?

Now that we’ve answered THAT question… Cheers!

You can stir the pot in both women’s:

And men’s styles:

Like Clash? Like Clash.

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