Brazil’s newly elected President Jair Bolsonaro has been compared to American leader Donald Trump, and that’s not just because Bolsonaro’s wife, Michelle, bears a striking resemblance to Melania Trump.
She’s already lit social media aflame, but for reasons you might not expect.
As it turns out, this silken-haired sultry Latina has sent Democrats, Socialists, Antifa, NeverTrumpers, BLM and other assorted power-pouters scurrying for their safe spaces.
Enter 36-year-old Zina Bash, the pride of McAllen, Texas, her family’s adopted home. The daughter of Dr Lawrence Gelman and Maria (née) Esperanza has undoubtedly brought some of the Rio Grande Valley spice to a usually staid Washington, D.C.
Actually born in Monterrey, Mexico, suffice it to say that just about everything regarding Zina Bash makes liberal heads everywhere explode;
She obviously OK with women being seen as mere sex objects. After all, she was cited on The Hill’s 2017 list 50 Most Beautiful list.
A self-hating Mexican, Bash is currently employed at the White House where she holds the impressive title of Special Assistant to the President for regulatory reform, legal and immigration policy.
Her husband, John Bash, is the federal government’s chief law enforcement officer for Central and West Texas. The U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas openly admits “that border security, violent crime, public corruption and national security are his top priorities.”
She’s rich, and I don’t mean a little. According to Above The Law, the heiress is (according to an anonymous tipster) worth a cool $18 million.
Both Zina and John self-identify as *GASP!* Republicans.
Her father, a noted anesthesiologist, hospital administrator, author, film producer, media personality, and conservative activist in his own right, recently completed a documentary entitled The Hoax of Man-Made Global Warming. In the film, “he conveys to the audience the archaic methods used by the “hucksters” who perpetrate the “convenient lie” of man-made global warming/climate change for the benefit of their agendas.”
But what really has Twitter abuzz are three accusations by lefties against the comely Latina in regards to today’s Senate confirmation hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court;
She apparently sneers at the Democrat members of the Judicial Committee when they speak ill of Kavanaugh.
She apparently looks smug when Republican members of the Judicial Committee when they speak approvingly of Kavanaugh.
She apparently flashed the White Power sign to the TV cameras (see video below).
But for a taste of lefties setting their hair on fire via Twitter, here’re some nifty posts;
Who is the woman behind #kavanaugh at the hearing with that smug look on her face. She won’t be so smug when her grandchildren are forced to have abortions in back alleyways. Nvm, rich women won’t have to.
Better known on the internet as an unapologetic hard-right leaning activist, Lauren Southern is also really, really good looking.
But wait, there’s more. She’s also a man.
Well, according to the Clair Vaughan Medical Clinic of Toronto, Canada, as well as the Ontario provincial government, she is.
As seen in the video below, Southern decided to conduct her own social experiment.
With her native Canada firmly under the thumb of renown soy-boy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Southern decided to see just how far removed from reality was her native land.
Specifically, Southern wanted to see for herself if under the current political and cultural atmosphere of Canada, could she possibly punch as many politically correct buttons needed to have herself officially classified as a man.
Without me ruining the video, just marvel on how easy it was for the comely blonde to have herself registered as a dude;
Tomi Lahren: “Stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body”
Tomi is hot. There’s simply no two ways about it. As my Spanish speaking friends say; that girl’s en fuego.
Tomi is also quite the incendiary political commentator. Again with the whole en fuego thing.
The facts that Tomi Lahren is physically attractive as well as quite adept in the art of verbally stirring-up political passions aren’t in question. What is in question here is Lahren’s conservative street cred.
As reported by the Associated Press via the Breitbart.com news portal, the cable news powerhouse, the Fox News Channel has just hired on Lahren as… achem, a “conservative” political commentator.
Fox News Channel has hired conservative commentator Tomi Lahren, who has hosted shows on The Blaze and One America News Network along with working for a political action committee supporting President Donald Trump.
The network said on Wednesday that Lahren will have a “signature role” on a digital product under development and be a commentator on the network’s opinion programming. Her primary home will be on Sean Hannity’s show, where she was to debut on Wednesday.
Lahren, who is 25, has quickly achieved a high profile in the conservative movement following her graduation from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She has more than 4 million Facebook followers, and she produces her own videos with commentary on politics and culture.
However, what the Associated Press failed to mention is that there happens to be a certain conservative topic that Lahren has long since ago abandoned: Being pro-life.
In a bit of a stunner, Lahren gave somewhat of a shock to the conservative world when she boldly proclaimed on the screamingly liberal Monday through Friday panel show The View: “Stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body.”
Tomi Lahren, the 24-year-old conservative host of the show “Tomi” on the Blaze, has fiercely criticized the feminist movement. In her trademark fast-talking rants, the commentator has called modern-day feminists selfish, man-hating “snowflakes” and said that “real women don’t wake up and skip work to march for abortions.”
Lahren, an avid Trump supporter, has been called incendiary. It is not unusual for her appearances to incite outrage from the left. But over the weekend, her words provoked fury from an unlikely segment of Americans: the right.
Appearing on “The View” on Friday, Lahren admitted that she supports abortion rights, saying it would be hypocritical of her to believe the government should decide what women should do with their bodies.
“You know what? I’m for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well,” Lahren said.
But the provocative commentator defended herself, tweeting Saturday, “Listen, I am not glorifying abortion. I don’t personally advocate for it. I just don’t think it’s the government’s place to dictate.”
“I speak my truth,” she added on Twitter. “If you don’t like it, tough. I will always be honest and stand in my truth.”
“Conservatives don’t have to exist in a monolith and share the same brain on every issue,” Lahren tweeted. “It’s okay.”
Rock and politics… what hath Charlie Daniels wrought?
While the whining lyrics of Elton John, Green Day, Sting and Bruce Springsteen dominate the charts when it comes to political songs making their way to the charts, there have been more than a few that managed to work their way into the hearts of conservitarians everywhere.
While most of the tunes on this list are openly and unashamedly jingoistic, a few have managed over time and circumstances to easily fall into the small government and/or flat-out nationalistic leanings of many Rock fans.
In no particular order;
Swords of a Thousand Men – Tenpole Tudor
The advent of Medieval-Punk very well may fizzled and died an early death when first unleashed on the world in the early 1980s.
But luckily for the London-based Tenpole Tudor, Swords of a Thousand Men was released right when Prime Minister Thatcher loosed the British Armed Forces for a bit of good old fashioned Argie-bashing.
Long-Haired Country Boy – Charlie Daniels Band
“If you don’t like the way I’m livin’ you just leave this long-haired country boy alone.”
The rock anthem for libertarianism before there ever was libertarianism.
Don’t Tread on Me – Metallica
While James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich are known to be at opposite ends of the political spectrum, the two co-wrote this ode to the leave-me-alone-or-I’ll-crush-your-face sentiment.
Besides, any song that references the first official flag of the United States Marine Corps must be pretty kick-ass to begin with.
I Love America – Alice Cooper
Vincent Furnier meant it when he wrote;
I love that mountain with those four big heads
I love Velveeta slapped on Wonder bread
I love a commie, if he’s good and dead. Yup
I love America
I love Old Glory and homemade pie
I think them Ruskies should be sterilized
I love my chicken Kentucky Fried
Finger lickin’ good!
I’m in Love with Margaret Thatcher – Notsensibles
Never purposefully intended to be either pro- or anti-Maggie, simply by virtue of their never-ending vow of fealty to the PM, this automatically rates as conservative/patriotic. The lyrics are more English than jellied eels and spotted dick;
I’m in love with Margaret Thatcher
I’m in love with Maggie T
Oh, Margaret Thatcher is so sexy
She’s the girl for you and me
I go red when she’s on the telly
‘Cause I think she fancies me
American Bad Ass – Kid Rock
Notice he didn’t identify himself as a Canadian bad ass, nor a Sri Lankan bad ass, or even as an Uruguayan bad ass. This guy’s 100 percent an American Bad Ass.
The South’s Gonna Do It Again – Charlie Daniels Band
Before Bo, Luke, Daisy, Uncle Jesse and the General Lee… there was the Charlie Daniels Band.
“Be proud you’re a Rebel, ’cause the South’s gonna do it again, yes it is.”
If that doesn’t say it all, nothing does.
VOA (Voice of America) – Sammy Hagar
Reagan Rock at it’s finest. The video of The Red Rocker parachuting into a White House strategy meeting, then getting the official Fist Pump of Approval from Ronnie himself is just too awesome for words.
Raise the Flag! Let it wave.
Shoot them down to their graves, yeah.
Spread the news for all to hear.
We’ve come to fight, let’s make that clear.
You push too hard, you’re gonna fall.
We got fifty million rockers, we’re all on guard, yeah!
We don’t like it. (Oh, no!)
We can make it stop (Oh, yeah!)
We won’t take it (C’mon!)
Let it rock!
You in the Middle East, you be on your toes.
We’re bound to strike, everybody knows.
Just tell your friends, the USSR
We’re gonna, we’re gonna crash that party, ’cause they’ve gone too far, yeah!
Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who Yes, it was Pete Townshend who thumped big mouthed yippie/commie Abbie Hoffman off the Woodstock stage with his guitar. But Townshend did state years after the song was released that it’s against all forms of -isms.
Nonetheless, Libertarians and anti-establishment Republicans have embraced the song as their own.
(You Can Still) Rock in America – Night Ranger
No ifs, ands or buts about it. You really can still rock in America.
There’ll Always Be An England – The Sex Pistols [Well, sort of]
In spite of the fact that The Sex Pistols never sing nary a word of the Vera Lynn WWII ultra-patriotic song, there’s something to be said of how endearing it is to have the audience open a Punk Rock concert by belting out that particular tune.
Especially heartwarming is when Lydon tells the assembled punks;
“Thank you for singing along to ‘There’ll Always be an England’! ‘Cause as long as we exist, there’ll f*****g well will be!”
Denmark’s Young Conservative party’s Nikita Klæstrup. The former party chair at the University of Lolland-Falster, Klæstrup is currently studying rhetoric at the University of Copenhagen.
Angela Gerekou of Greece’s New Democracy center-right political party. Gerekou formerly served as the Hellenic Republic’s Vice Minister of Culture and Sport.
Federal Deputy of the Mexican Congress, Gabriela Cuevas Barron is also a regional leader of the politically conservative and Christian-friendly National Action Party.
An-Sofie Dewinter of Belgium’s hard right-wing Vlaams Belang party. Her father, Filip, is an MP in the Flemish Parliament. An-Sofie was the model for the party’s “Freedom or Islam – You Choose” campaign, for which she received multiple death threats from Islamic jihadists.
Former Dutch MP for the center-right Call of Christian Democracy party, Sabine Uitslag. Formed in 1980, the party brought together Dutch Catholics and Protestants who sought to keep alive traditional and conservative Dutch values, beliefs and culture.
Member of Parliament, Lebanon’s Sethrida Geagea of the right-wing and pro-Maronite Catholic Lebanese Forces party. Geagea has long been credited as one of the leading national figures against Syrian occupation forces.
Alina Kabaeva, member of the hyper-patriotic United Russia party. A member of the nation’s Duma (Parliament), Kabaeva has also been Vladimir Putin’s long time par amour.
Maria “Mara” Carfagna of Italy’s conservative People of Freedom party. Prior to attaining her law degree, Carfana was a showgirl and model. Eventually elected to the Chamber of Deputies (Lower House), she served as her nation’s Minister for Equal Opportunity from 2008 – 2011.
While he represents the voters of the Green Mountain State in the US Senate, Bernie Sanders has a stereotypical Brooklyn accent that’s so thick it could slice through a three pound pastrami sandwich all by itself. And as reported by the National Journal news portal on April 30, 2015, Sanders made it official today that he’ll make a run at being the first person with a working-class New York City dialect to make it to the Oval Office.
The parents of one of the US soldiers killed in one of the numerous search and rescue missions for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have openly accused Barack Obama of conspiring in a “cover-up” regarding the death of their son. As reported by The Army Times, NBC News and The Daily Mail (of London, England) all are reporting on June 2, 2014, that the parents of an Army officer killed in action (KIA) are hammering the decision recently struck with the Taliban for the release of a soldier who many accuse of deserting his post in Afghanistan.