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Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones: Immigrants will ‘literally’ make us their ‘slaves’

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Fringe radio host Alex Jones warned on Tuesday that liberal elites were plotting to “literally” make Americans into “slaves” of immigrants.

During a Tuesday interview, conservative Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly told Jones about her plan to save the Republican Party by focusing on white voters, and cutting immigration in half.

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“What these polls consistently show is three-fourths of these Hispanics coming in want a bigger government providing more services,” Schlafly explained. “I’m talking services like health care, Obamacare. And only a tiny percentage even understand or want a smaller government.”

“It’s all so rotten, Alex,” she continued. “But these polls are very telling in showing what the people think about this. And they’re not voting for amnesty, they’re voting for handouts by the government. And they get that by voting Democratic.”

Jones replied: “And then, they’ll support literally making those of us that produce their slaves.”

“Then George Soros and Warren Buffett — big constituents of the Democrats and big recipients of corporate welfare — and then they write the laws to be exempt from the taxes,” he added. “This takes back to a Democracy where two wolves can vote to eat the sheep for dinner.”

“Yeah,” Schlafly agreed. “It would be a joke if it weren’t so really tragic.”

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Watch the video below from the Alex Jones Show, broadcast Feb. 18, 2014.

(h/t: Right Wing Watch)

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Marie Yovanovitch bashes The Hill’s faulty reporting that led to Trump’s smear campaign — and impeachment

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Marie Yovanovitch knocked down the false claims peddled by The Hill's John Solomon that underpinned President Donald Trump's smear campaign against her.

The website published a Solomon interview in March with Yuriy Vitaliyovych, now the former prosecutor general in Ukraine, who said the then-ambassador had given him a “do not prosecute” list -- a claim pushed by the president, Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani and Fox News broadcasters.

Yovanovitch and the State Department denied the allegation at the time, and she flatly -- and repeatedly -- denied The Hill's reporting as inaccurate during her testimony before the House impeachment inquiry, and told lawmakers why they were so damaging.

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace: ‘If you are not moved by the testimony of Marie Yovanovitch today, you don’t have a pulse’

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During a break in the testimony of former United States ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch before a House committee holding impeachment hearings on Donald Trump, Fox News host Chris Wallace praised her poise and devastating testimony, saying viewers should be "moved" by her story.

As the House hearing chamber emptied of lawmakers, Wallace was effusive in his praise.

"I think if you are not moved, and we will have to watch what happens in the cross-examination, but if you were not moved by the testimony of Marie Yovanovitch, you don't have a pulse," he said.

"This is a woman who had served in posts for presidents of both parties for more than 30 years," he added. "Hardship posts, places like Somalia, Tashkent, and she tells a story of being a leading fighter against corruption," before he provided more details about her stellar career and noting the president had her summarily fired by a new Trump hire.

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CNN’s Wolf Blitzer astonished by Yovanovich’s ‘devastating’ testimony — and Trump’s unhinged response

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CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Friday expressed astonishment at the testimony of former American ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovich after she talked at length about being subjected to a smear campaign by President Donald Trump's allies.

"What a devastating bit of news we have just been hearing," Blitzer said. "Truly powerful statement by the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, speaking emotionally but very, very specifically about the accusations... about inappropriate behavior not only by the president of the united states, but by his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump Jr., and these two associates, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, who have both been indicted by the Southern District of New York."

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