Sunday, December 26, 2021

Corpse of ‘Da Nang Dick’ Blumenthal Makes Peace With Commies; Senator Richard Blumenthal Speaks at Communist Party Awards Ceremony

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Corpse of ‘Da Nang Dick’ Blumenthal makes peace with Commies:
'Thank you for your help and support over many, many years'
In Chicago, the dead vote. In Connecticut, they get elected to the United States Senate.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal, the war hero and Connecticut Democrat, has been in the Senate since 2011. According to his official portrait from when he assumed office, he was already dead in 2011. Since then, Skelator has only further decayed.
Today, Mr. Blumenthal looks like an unwrapped mummy.
So it was hardly news to find his corpse cavorting earlier this month with his state’s branch of the communist party, a group called the Connecticut People’s World Committee. Communists, after all, have contributed more death to the earth than any other form of government ever devised by man. In just the past 100 years, communists have killed over 100 million humans.
Many of those humans died from communism’s efforts to feed people. Many more were just murdered for not going along with the program.
What was remarkable about Mr. Blumenthal’s appearance before the Nutmeg communist klatch was how furiously he later denied associating with communists. --->READ MORE HERE
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Senator Richard Blumenthal Speaks at Communist Party Awards Ceremony
Democrats across the country have denounced Republican efforts to connect them to socialists and communists as false propaganda.
But a poll last summer found that a majority of Democrats actually favored socialism over capitalism. And there are several high-profile Democrats and other leftists in Congress who are socialists, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
Most Democrats don’t like to advertise their radicalism and keep quiet about their ties to socialists and communists.
I guess Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) never got the memo.
Blumenthal spoke at an awards ceremony to honor winners of the Amistad Award and handed out special certificates to the winners. The Connecticut People’s World Committee — an organization tied to the communist People’s World daily newspaper — sponsored the event.
Yankee Institute: --->READ MORE HERE
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