By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
February 11, 2016
© 2015 NewsWithViews.com
Portland Oregon -- While the Iowa Caucuses and the New Hampshire Primaries were widely covered by the national news media, a number of conservative groups under the umbrella movement -- the Oregon Liberty Alliance -- held a moving political rally in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, February 6.
The group's 2016 Freedom Rally boasted a guest list of some of the nation's top conservative voices including blogger extraordinaire and immigration activist Michelle Malkin, author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, and Fox News contributor Todd Starnes. The non-profit groups represented were the Oregon Women's League, Oregon Anti-Crime Alliance, Oregon Right to Life, Taxpayer Defense Project, Oregon Family Council and others. [Link]
More than 1,700 people attended Saturday’s 2016 Freedom Rally for conservative values at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland. The rally, put on by the Oregon Liberty Alliance, was to support fiscal responsibility, life, public safety, family values, and religious liberty.
This was the third year for the rally, and attendance has continued to grow. There were more than 750 people at the first rally in 2014, over 1,500 at last year’s rally and more than 1,700 at this year’s rally.
Rally attendees heard energizing and inspiring talks from Starnes, Malkin, Oregon Republican Congressman Greg Walden and D’Souza. Attendees could also visit booths at the rally and learn more about numerous conservative causes, groups and candidates.
Also attending the political rally were members of the management at the top news and commentary web site NewsWithViews.com. Unfortunately, some of the speakers were not enthralled with the leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
As Michelle Malkin was speaking and paused for a few seconds, the editor of NewsWithViews.com used the opportunity to shout out 'God Bless Donald Trump.'
"Upon hearing that, she started attacking Mr. Trump: Malkin said, 'He believes in Eminent Domain' and will take people's property.' She was downright nasty and negative towards Mr. Trump," said the editor-in-chief of NewsWithViews.com.
Senior Editor Paul Walter said, "It was disheartening for me to hear that because I know it's a total fabricated lie. I love Trump, who I believe is a decent man with a heart of gold. I know without a shadow of a doubt that he is the only one who can save what's left of my beloved America." Mr. Walter, who attended the rally with his film actress wife Yutte Stensgaard, noted that out of all the speakers participating in the rally, Ms. Malkin was the only one trashing Mr. Trump. She did however, give Mr. Trump credit on the open border issue. said Walter.
"I find that surprising because out of all the candidates,
Trump is the only candidate taking a tough stance on illegal immigration and our national sovereignty. Michelle Malkin gained national attention as a result of her tough immigration stance and her call for tighter border security and immigration enforcement," said political strategist.
The Republican Party's neo-cons are using Eminent Domain strategy against Trump because it works -- it scares conservatives and libertarians. Mr. Walter and other political observers believe they are stooping to the use of a strategy employed by Adolph Hitler's Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels: If you repeat a lie often enough people will eventually come to believe it.
"The Democratic Party uses that tactic frequently. For example, ask people who started the Ku Klux Klan, a large number of them will say the Republicans. The truth is, the Ku Klux Klan was created by Democrats. But the Democrats lied about that fact for decades until now college kids believe the KKK is a part of the GOP," said former attorney and political consultant Joshua Tannenbaum. (read Kelleigh Nelson's article "Voter Fraud? Thank Howard Baker")
"The neo-cons are going on the offensive with this lie in the hope of putting Mr. Trump on the defensive," added Paul Walter.
Mr. Walter also advises that NewsWithViews.com will soon release an article researched by Kelleigh Nelson that accuses Jeb Bush, when he served as Florida's governor of being the real Eminent Domain villain. The article will reveal that on his watch the State of Florida wanted to confiscate Jesse Hardy's 160 acres using the Eminent Domain strategy. Stalin said: "Accuse others of what you do" - I'll be watching for this report...
Yet, the neo-con hypocrites are taking the advice of Barack Obama's and Hillary Clinton's mentor, Saul Alinsky: "Accuse others of what you do," claims a former New York police detective and prosecuting attorney Rafael Menendez. "The neo-cons are accusing Trump of what they do [regarding Eminent Domain]. They know that people are gullible and the only way to stop Trump is with outright lies, dirty tricks and voter fraud."
After the rally, NWV's editor-in-chief spoke briefly with Mr. D' Souza. "He told us that he has a new documentary film being released this summer -- the week before the Democratic Convention -- in 1,500 theaters across the nation in order to expose the lies, dishonesty and criminal acts of Bill and Hillary Clinton," he said.
"This will defiantly help the Republican nominee. Mr. D'Souza was extremely polite and friendly. He encouraged us to see his new documentary movie the first weekend of the release because it will help launch it in more theaters across the nation," said Mr. Walter.
Unfortunately only Dr. Ben Carson and Marco Rubio were GOP candidates with booths staffed by campaign workers passing out campaign flyers. There were upwards of 1,700 people in attendance. But no one was officially representing Mr. Trump.
We at NWV's are doing all we can to expose corruption and help Mr. Trump. We need to increase our hits to reach more people. If you readers have any ideas, please let us know. NWV's own Paul Walter believes that Trump deserves his support based on his honesty, his refusal to be "bought" and his clearly stated agenda: to "Make America Great Again."
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