Say What is the segment of Liberty Nation Radio where we unveil some of the most wacky, astonishing and damnable things uttered by politicians and the chattering class. Here is the latest episode:
Tim Donner: The woman whom the leftist Daily Beast describes as like a Halloween ghoul who keeps rising from the grave to terrorize the American public is back at it. Hillary Clinton said at the latest stop on her nationwide excuse tour that she is far from ruling out another run for the big house in 2020.
Kara Swisher: Do you want to run again?
Hillary Clinton: No. No.
Kara Swisher: That was a pause.
Hillary Clinton: Well, I’d like to be President … The work would be work that I feel very well prepared for, having been in the Senate for eight years, having been a diplomat in the State Department, and it’s just gonna be a lot of heavy lifting –
Kara Swisher: So are you going to be doing any of that lifting? Do you feel like –
Hillary Clinton: Oh, I have no idea, Kara, but I’m going to … I’m not going to even think about it until we get through this November 6th election about what’s going to happen after that.
Tim: Well, I’m sure Democrats are delighted to hear Hillary’s rested and ready – not – but hey, Republicans are. They’d be happy to have her run. Donald Trump would enjoy kicking her butt a second time.
But as we count down the hours before these elections, the demonization of white people has become louder than ever on the left, or specifically CNN and MSNBC. After those bombs sent to leftists and a raging anti-Semite murdering 11 people in a Pittsburgh synagogue, here again is the most appropriately named man on TV, Don Lemon, CNN.
Don Lemon: We have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them. There is no travel ban on them. There is no ban on … you know, they had the Muslim ban. There is no white guy ban, so what do we do about that?
So this is all the left has – all racism all the time.
Tim: So, he preaches on not demonizing people, and then demonizes white men. This is what CNN has become, a clearinghouse for race hustlers. But the same stoking of racial divisions is happening around the clock on MSNBC where the neo-Marxist professor from Princeton, Eddie Glaude, spewed pure, undiluted racism.
Eddie Glaude: What I did wrong in 2016 is I overestimated white people. I didn’t think white people would put [Trump] in office, so here he is running around the country appealing to our darker angels, appealing to our hatreds and fears, some ideal of whiteness that Donald Trump represents and spews out of his mouth every single day.
Tim: So this is all the left has – all racism all the time. Keep that in mind when you vote if you haven’t already. A lot of early voting all over the place. Meanwhile, President Trump made the succinct case for voting Republican at rallies all over the country this week.
President Trump: The choice could not be more clear. Democrats produce mobs. Republicans produce jobs.
Tim: Mobs versus jobs, results versus resistance. Those are the two basic mantras for Republicans, and the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, said on Fox News that control of the House depends on a bunch of races rated as too close to call.
Ronna McDaniel: It’s neck and neck in about 21 races across the country, neck and neck, so it’s gonna depend on turnout. So what I am seeing in this early voting right now and the early absentee returns that we’re seeing across the country is that we’re hitting 2016 levels. Enthusiasm is high with Democrats, but Republicans are matching it, and I feel good about a lot of these battleground states that we are turning out our vote. So can we sustain that through Election Day, and we have the best closer in the business in President Trump making his case in all of these battleground states in the final waning days of this election, so we can keep the House and I think we will keep the Senate, and perhaps expand and gain seats, which is unprecedented in that first midterm of a first-term president.
Tim: Meanwhile, the chair of the Democrat National Committee, Tom Perez, went on CNN and said healthcare is the issue that will be the Republicans’ downfall.
Tom Perez: They’re hemorrhaging on the health care issue. Health care is the number one issue in this country. Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid are right up there. They can’t talk about those because they’re on the wrong side. They want to cut Medicare. They want to cut Medicaid. They’ve voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act how many times? They don’t care if you have a preexisting condition. You’re out of luck, and so they have to distract. They have to fear monger, and his dog whistle of all dog whistles is immigration. This has been Donald Trump’s playbook for so long, and do you know what, when they go low, we go vote.
Tim: Right. First, it was Michelle Obama’s “when they go, we go high,” which is, of course, laughable, then Eric Holder recently with “they go low, we kick ’em,” and now sanitized for your protection to “when they go low, we go vote.” Clever enough perhaps to distract from what Eric Holder said, perhaps not.
And proving once again that he will not be bound by tradition, President Trump threw a political grenade into the mix just days before the election, saying he will end the system that automatically makes the children born to illegal immigrants into citizens.
President Trump: The Democrats want to continue giving automatic birthright citizenship to every child born to an illegal alien, even if they’ve been on soil for only a matter of seconds. Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrant children are made automatic citizens every year because of this crazy policy, and they are all made instantly eligible for every privilege and benefit of American citizenship at a cost of billions of dollars a year.