76 people just died in India from some homemade alcoholic brew.See, that hasn't always been the case. Alcoholic beverages did not become consistent and a legitimate product until it was legalized and regulated. For example, before being "bottled in bond" bourbon contain all sorts of unnatural and nasty things.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/speaker-pelosi-admonishes-freshman-omar-over-israel-tweet/ar-BBTsn7x?li=BBnb7KxOr maybe you need to look past the Fox hysteria and see where she is coming from. She’s probably hated worse amongst Fox fans because she doesn’t have the usual boot licking rear end kissing policy of supporting Israel no matter what. Being Islamic she tends to look at the other side of Israel and the conflict over there. She is also on record as being extremely irritated about Trumps muslim ban, and how the whole DHS, ICE and all is being run right now.
I have seen a bit of what she stands for, and she is certainly no fan of Homeland security and Immigration policy of Trump.
Her next tweet should just say "Case and Point".
But if they actually are paying the members of congress (or via donations), then she's correct. It's not a trope if there is a factual basis.
I think that was the tacit message. At least that's how the Democrats read it. Nobody is defending her.But if they actually are paying the members of congress (or via donations), then she's correct. It's not a trope if there is a factual basis.
Now, if her comments were like, "The Jews secretly control the banking and entertainment industry", well yeah.. that's messed up.
I haven't really dug into this.I think that was the tacit message. At least that's how the Democrats read it. Nobody is defending her.
I didn't read it that way. I also think it's absurd that people like Pelosi are calling the tweet "anti-semitic". Right or wrong, the tweet was in no way anti-semitic.Oh, just some stereotype about Judaism being all about money.