Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America analyze the California Democratic Party’s decision to endorse California Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s rival in the general election, Democratic state Sen. Kevin de Leon. They also criticize President Donald Trump for his inability to confront Russian president Vladimir Putin about multiple issues, especially election meddling, noting that the president seems more worried about defending his 2016 win than exposing the truth. And they laugh as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist, stumbles her way through an explanation about why Israel is an occupying force on “Firing Line.” They also finally resolve the biggest question in film: “Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?”

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  1. filmklassik Member

    Jim, an extremely bright guy, blew it today.  If Cortez appeared to “stumble” when asked to elaborate on her use of the word “Palestine” it was for one reason only:  She doesn’t believe in the legitimacy of the Jewish State.

    It is all Palestine to her.  Every square inch.  Or should be.

    Because in her mind, Israel — the Jewish State — is an occupier sitting on stolen land.

    And this (insane) opinion is becoming more and more mainstream on the Left.

    But the guys were chuckling as if Cortez was just a schoolgirl who forgot to study for the exam.

    If only.

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