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“To Obama, to Hillary, to Democrats and the American left, whenever a guy says that he’s a woman, she’s a woman. When a woman says, ‘No, no, no, I present as a guy,’ the left says, ‘There’s a guy! There’s a guy!’ ‘See the two boobs?’ ‘I say it’s a guy!’ So if you’re a woman and you want to be a man and you tell a Democrat you’re a man, you’re a man. If you’re a man that wants to be a woman — and you tell the Democrats you’re a woman and you want to use the woman’s bathroom and you’re a man — they say, ‘Fine, have at it!’ Tell ’em you’re a Muslim; they say, ‘No. No. No. You have to be… You’re inspired by Republicans.'”

“The bastardization of logic, the denial of reality that the left is willing to do in order to preserve themselves and their agenda can literally drive you crazy.”

“Not one person — not one media outlet — would dare to blame Obama for Mateen’s attack even though he said, ‘I am ticked off! I am mad! They are bombing my country.’ Well, the people in the gay bar were not bombing Afghanistan. Obama was, and is. But of course, they’re not gonna blame Obama. They’re too busy trying to blame the NRA, too busy trying to blame Christians, too busy trying to blame talk radio, Fox News, the usual suspects.” 

“After the Orlando shooting, Obama said, ‘ISIL is under more pressure than ever before. ISIL continues to lose ground in Iraq. All told, ISIL has now lost nearly half the populated territory it once controlled in Iraq, and it will lose more.’ The CIA director today says they’re bigger than ever, they’re stronger than ever, they’re stealthier than ever, and they’re getting into this country in greater numbers than ever. Who are we to believe here?” 

“Even if you have a job, you’re worried you’re gonna lose it. If you have savings, you’re worried somebody’s gonna take it or you’re gonna have to tap into it before you intended to and it’s gonna be gone. Meanwhile, you turn on the TV, see a president that’s happier than he can be!” 

“Countering Violent Extremism does not permit the FBI to factor radical beliefs when determining whether there’s a criminal threat. We’re not allowed to go there. Call it a variation of profiling. But this is not profiling; this is hard, cold evidence we are to ignore it. We’re not allowed to use it because of Countering Violent Extremism limitations on investigating Muslim communities. So why is Paul Ryan pushing to fund this program an additional $40 million in the next budget?” 

“After the Orlando shooting, Obama said, ‘ISIL is under more pressure than ever before. ISIL continues to lose ground in Iraq. All told, ISIL has now lost nearly half the populated territory it once controlled in Iraq, and it will lose more.’ The CIA director today says they’re bigger than ever, they’re stronger than ever, they’re stealthier than ever, and they’re getting into this country in greater numbers than ever. Who are we to believe here?” 

“One of the reasons people voted for Obama was they thought that his election would end any idea that there was racism, in this country. A lot of people were hoping and praying that that’s what Obama’s election would mean, and that’s all. They weren’t voting for policy Obama policy-wise,  because Obama was pretty much running an empty-canvas campaign, based on feel-good, unity, and all this.” 

“There was quite a sizable group of people that said, ‘We’re electing a guy named Barack Obama. Maybe that might send a message to Islam that we’re not a problem; they don’t need to be mad at us.’ Well, how’s that working out?” 

“Barack Obama has a romanticized version of Islam that does not include terrorism in it. All these acts of terrorism are coming from nonplayers that are doing it in the name of Islam, but it isn’t true. They’re not Islamists. That’s what we’re supposed to believe.” 

“I think many in the media today don’t know the difference between fact and opinion. In many cases, opinion can be fact if it’s the right opinion. If you can’t tell the difference between opinion and fact, then you are incapable of critical thinking, critical speech, critical writing, because that’s not taught anymore. No one’s taught to have critical, logical thinking.” 

“Logical thinking is going to produce opinions that some are gonna call racist or sexist or bigoted or homophobic. You’re not permitted to be any of that, which means you have to throw logic out half the time and instead adopt whatever the politically correct view of something is — which, by definition, is not fact. It’s a huge problem.” 

“Trump represents something much larger than even himself, and people are so invested in it. They’re not gonna allow their movement to be derailed, and they’re gonna maintain support for the guy no matter what because it’s the movement that matters.”    

“When talking about geopolitics, talking about national security, we have enemies that we have to deal with, and they’re going to have to be defeated, or we are. It doesn’t come down to not calling them names. It doesn’t come down to being polite. It doesn’t come down to any of that. It is far deeper and much, much more grave than something as simple as changing the way you talk about people.” 

“So much of life in America defies common sense.” 

“When I started this program, you know how many talk radio stations there were?  Honestly, in 1988, there were 150; we started out on 56 of them.  There are over 3,000 today.” 

“You can’t get through to people who are not capable of reasoning.  Being incapable of reasoning is the equivalent of having a closed mind, which is one thing.  But when the people with closed minds think they’re the ones with open minds, the problem is compounded.” 

“We are not teaching critical, logical thinking. We’re teaching obedience to the leftist agenda. We are programming and indoctrinating and propagandizing students, and we are purposely instructing them not to think on their own.”

 

 

 

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