With so many people afraid to stand up to the radical communists rioting in the streets, or the radical communists in the media, or the radical communists elected to office, I wanted to make sure you saw the email below.
Over the course of the last week, tens of thousands of you have spent time giving us your feedback and views on the mainstream media. As ever, we’re delighted by the response and want to say again how important your thoughts are in shaping the future direction of the party.
As this is the end of July, we have clearly passed the deadline which Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to agree a Deal with the European Union. However, whilst this is disappointing, there has been significant progress in the negotiations and it is clear the EU is beginning to understand the seriousness of the United Kingdom’s negotiating position. Last week, the EU’s Chief Brexit Negotiator, Michel Barnier, still demanded EU Member States should have rights to access fish in the waters surrounding the UK and for the UK to adhere to the so-called ‘Level-Playing Field’. However, gone is the demand for a huge role for the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in any future relationship. This U-turn from Michel Barnier is a significant one, especially as he also admits there will be no agreement on foreign policy and defence cooperation as part of these trade negotiations. Both concessions have come after the UK refused to consider negotiating either topic.
Fight breaks out in a key Democratic convention meeting. Sanders campaign co-chair calls it “disgusting, disturbing, unacceptable.”
“A Democratic Party meeting that leaders hoped would project unity weeks ahead of the national convention instead broke out into a behind-the-scenes feud over corporate money in politics. At a virtual gathering of a key committee for the Democratic National Convention, Bernie Sanders-allied members said Joe Biden appointees called them ‘children’ and made other rude comments in a breakout room where they were talking privately.” (POLITICO)
Thinking back to my school days, I can’t imagine hearing from a teacher that our nation’s history is essentially one of injustice—that America at its heart is racist, sexist, and undeserving of respect.
You might have a hard time imagining that as well.