A correspondent for the obscure Conservative Review went off on a tirade about President Barack Obama on Fox News, accusing the president of being the “Rapper-in-Chief” and using “gutter-speak” when discussing racism and using the N-word as an example in a podcast interview.
While reaction on Fox & Friends to the president was much more subdued, Deneen Borelli from the Conservative Review blasted the president as host Bill Hemmer looked on, as reported by Talking Points Memo.
“He has really dragged in the gutter-speak of rap music,” Borelli said. “So now he’s the first President of rap, of street? I mean, come on, he has lowered the stature of the high office of the President of the United States and the question is, why did he do this? Did you see all of the people coming together in the streets of Charleston, South Carolina? Black, white, and otherwise, coming together, praying, supporting each other. And here you have the president make this insane crazy comment of using the N-word to distract.”
“The President-in-chief, the rapper-in-chief now, is further dividing our country,” she said before adding, “I find it outrageous.”
Borelli later went to say President Obama “is dividing the country. He makes it seem like our country is the racist country in the world, and it’s not.”
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Giuliani henchmen caught on tape doing statewide tour for Indiana Republicans during 2018 election
New images of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman with prominent Republicans emerged on Wednesday.
"Two associates of Rudy Giuliani who are accused of illegally funneling foreign money into U.S. campaigns attended an Indiana Republican event promoting U.S. Sen. Mike Braun and others just days before the 2018 election," the Indy Star reports.
"The reason remains a mystery," the newspaper noted.
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Rep. Earl Leroy "Buddy" Carter (R-GA) fearmongered against the impeachment inquiry during remarks to reporters on Wednesday.
"Ladies and gentlemen, if a government can do this to the President of the United States, they can do this to you as well," he argued.
Under the United States Constitution, only people who work for the federal government can be impeached, with the penalty being the loss of their job.
Still, Carter argued that Americans should be terrified of being impeached themselves.
"You need to be scared," Carter warned. "You need to be very scared."
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The attorney general of the United States has an obligation to recuse himself from any Department of Justice matters stemming from the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine, the New York City Bar Association said in a statement on Wednesday.
"The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) has a unique role in safeguarding the rule of law under the Constitution. By failing to recuse himself from DOJ’s review of the Ukraine Matter, Attorney General William P. Barr has undermined that role," the statement read.