A prominent Democratic donor foundation laid the groundwork for the liberal movement heading into the 2022 election cycle; calling for free college and “reparations” during an annual conference this week.
According to Fox News, an invitation to the high-caliber Democracy Alliance’s fundraiser outlined the progressive agenda for the future of the party; saying “It’s 2022 and we are celebrating policy victories across the nation: Medicare for All and Free College, and next on the agenda is Reparations.”
“Take a ride in our time machine to hear from the true political geniuses who made this happen,” the invitation adds.
The event was attended by DNC chairman Tom Perez, former governor of Virginia and possible 2020 hopeful Terry McAuliffe, and multiple members of Congress.
“Because we’re governing with gusto, we’re seeing victories up and down the ballot—including winning a governorship in Texas and putting 38 electoral votes in grasp by 2024… Stop in 2020 and 2019 when local power builders turned Arizona and Florida solidly blue and established Virginia as a progressive governance juggernaut,” the invitation predicts.
Read the full story at Washington Free Beacon.
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DANGEROUS GAMES: Officials Say DEMOCRAT FISA MEMO Puts ‘American Lives’ At Risk
Senior White House officials delayed the public disclosure of the Democratic ‘rebuttal’ to Devin Nunes’ recently released FISA memo due to “serious national security” concerns, adding that the left-wing document could possibly put “American lives” at risk.
White House Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley was speaking with Fox News when he slammed the liberal talking-points, saying the material included large amounts of “sensitive material” that could “put our lives at risk.
“This report from the Democrats does not keep American lives safe. It reveals serious national security information that could quite frankly put our lives at risk and the President is not going to do that,” said Gidley.
The Trump administraton notified Congress of its decision not to release the memo on Friday, but added it would permit the Department of Justice and the FBI to help Democrats craft a revised document that omitted large portions of the sensitive data.
“The Executive Branch stands ready to review any subsequent draft of the February 5th Memorandum for declassification at the earliest opportunity,” said the White House counsel.
Watch Gidley’s comments above.