Top 100 Katie Pavlich Quotes

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“Gun manufacturers and companies are responsible for bad products. They are not responsible for bad people who use their products improperly.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In the aftermath of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., a false accusation has made its way back into the media: President Trump made it easier for the mentally ill to get guns. This claim is absolutely false.”

― Katie Pavlich

“When Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon for the first time and said the famous words, ‘That’s one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind,’ he was talking about all of us. Men and women.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Trump has been donating big money and influencing politics for years. In fact, while conservative Tea Party groups were working extremely hard to defeat ObamaCare before it passed in 2010, Trump was sending checks to Reid and Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leaders who eventually passed ObamaCare without a single Republican vote.”

― Katie Pavlich

“I think in the United States we have a different standard for what equality means for women that isn’t really that comparable to that in the Middle East.”

― Katie Pavlich

“But in terms of what men and women can do, I believe and I think that America as a whole believes that women can do the same jobs as men and that we’re not created unequally when it comes to the opportunities that we can pursue and the kind of work that we can do.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Well, I moved to Washington, D.C. when I was just fresh out of college.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The pay gap is a myth, and the pay gap is something that the White House used in 2012 to get Barack Obama elected. It’s something obviously that Terry McAuliffe used to get himself elected, and it plays on this idea that women are somehow discriminated against in the workplace and that they’re not paid the same amount as men.”

― Katie Pavlich

“I grew up in a conservative household, my parents were small business owners, so it really just was kind of part of who we were.”

― Katie Pavlich

“But I’m a daughter of the American revolution, my grandpa fought in World War II, I have lots of family members who were in the military, and it really just was part of growing up for me.”

― Katie Pavlich

“I didn’t realize until high school that the man wearing a cowboy hat on the poster in our garage was actually Ronald Reagan, so my parents just – it was how we were, I grew up on five acres of land in Flagstaff, Arizona and we really just lived a conservative lifestyle.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Conservatism to me is limited government, liberty and sticking to the Constitution and realizing that government is not the solution to almost anything, that your community, your family is the solution to everything.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The question of a valid parental-child relationship is at the center of how the Department of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services handle detainment. Because of fraudulent documentation, profits to smugglers, and false asylum claims, there is essentially no way to prove or verify adults traveling with children are indeed their parents.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Under the Obama administration, 80-90 percent of individuals making asylum claims with children were released after being processed and given a court date. Inevitably, they started living in the U.S. illegally for years to come. This is the policy the Trump administration is trying to change.”

― Katie Pavlich

“But the truth is that throughout human history slavery has existed. And America came along as the first country to end it within 150 years. And we get no credit for that.”

― Katie Pavlich

“A space nerd as a kid, I learned early that putting a man on the moon took American unity, grit, determination, teamwork, hardship, innovation, sacrifice and patriotism.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The pro-life movement is and has been led by women for decades. The history of the movement shows this, despite the current narrative about men ‘controlling’ or making laws about women’s bodies.”

― Katie Pavlich

“There is a heap of evidence to show Michael Avenatti is a liar and yet he was treated as the ultimate arbitrator of truth. How embarrassing.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In the age of global warming hysteria and the $93 trillion ‘Green’ New Deal, leftist advocates for more government intervention in the economy under the guise of environmentalism have engaged in a new smear: If you don’t buy into climate change hysteria, you’re a ‘denier’ who doesn’t care about the environment.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Big government, global environmentalism cannot work unless everyone pitches in. With China, Russia, India and a number of other countries constantly cheating the rules of international climate agreements, it makes staying in them an expensive – yet fruitless – cause.”

― Katie Pavlich

“On a local level, hunters in states around the country have provided billions of dollars for conservation efforts. Money collected from hunting license sales, taxes on ammunition and firearms and other hunting equipment often goes directly to properly maintaining land and conservation efforts.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Conservative Americans care about the environment, they just happen to have a very different approach. They aren’t ‘deniers,’ but instead have a real stake in conserving the land and environment for the future.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Ivanka’s work is never-ending. Whether it’s meeting with workers looking to bridge a skills gap, visiting female engineers building innovative robotics, speaking to leaders around the world about the importance of female entrepreneurship and much more, Ivanka has been quietly racking up long-term successes for the country.”

― Katie Pavlich

“While Congress repeatedly finds plenty of time to vote on resolutions of condemnation over border security, they’ve done virtually nothing to actually solve the problem.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The mission of Border Patrol agents to protect the United States from harm is being impeded by a crisis Congress has the ability to fix, but as usual, chooses not to.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Border security is a comprehensive issue and doesn’t boil down to a ‘wall’ or even barriers. Trump knows and recognizes this, which is why he repeatedly talks about all of the aspects and challenges federal immigration officers face.”

― Katie Pavlich

“For connecting the government and private sector, while breaking through infamous federal bureaucracy, Ivanka Trump is exactly what Washington needed. She’s making policy changes inside the beltway, prompting an improvement in the lives of individuals across the country.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Trump did not reverse a policy that allows the mentally ill to purchase firearms as reporters, media pundits and anti-Second Amendment activists have recklessly claimed. Instead, he’s given millions of individuals their constitutional rights back.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Who needs shows like ‘House of Cards’ or ‘Scandal’ when you can simply turn on the news?”

― Katie Pavlich

“Despite the left’s best hopes, the Manafort indictment didn’t contain a single reference to the Trump campaign and the charges he faces are completely tailored to a decade of shady business deals overseas. Collusion wasn’t the center of the charges and President Donald Trump was left out of it.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Those who want to ‘drain the swamp,’ should be praising Mueller for enforcing FARA violations and, in return, prompting more lobbyists to register as foreign agents when required.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Imagine a world where Hillary Clinton actually knew what she was talking about.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The NRA isn’t a boogeyman organization behind a curtain. The NRA is made up of millions of people who believe in the Second Amendment and the organization is very closely connected to the country music community.”

― Katie Pavlich

“I’ve been to dozens of concerts where attendees proudly wore NRA hats and t-shirts. In fact, the NRA partners with a number of artists for their NRA Country brand and puts on shows across the country every year.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Country lyrics often reference the NRA and firearms ownership as a way of life. Artists such as John Rich, Toby Keith, Sara Evans and others regularly play shows at the NRA Annual Meeting, which thousands of NRA members attend.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Love or hate the outcome of what Trump has decided to do, keeping or scrapping DACA is outside of his authority as president. The executive branch enforces the law; it does not make it.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Congress has an obligation to make controversial decisions on how to handle undocumented immigration. Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle have refused to take the tough votes on the issue for decades. Whether it’s been to take advantage of cheap labor or for political purposes, both sides are guilty.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In many corners the concept of DACA is a fair and compassionate one, giving reprieve to children brought into the country illegally by their parents. But the way the program is lawfully mandated and implemented matters.”

― Katie Pavlich

“If Republicans and Democrats alike truly believe DACA should stay and be a permanent part of immigration reform, then they should use their elected power to make it so.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Were Trump campaign officials the only ones engaging in questionable behavior regarding Russia? Hardly. The Clintons are in the same category.”

― Katie Pavlich

“When Clinton traveled to Russia, known for its hackers and cyber warfare against the United States and other democracies, she didn’t bother to tap into the government-protected email system provided by the State Department. Instead, she continued to communicate through her personal, home-brewed and unsecured server.”

― Katie Pavlich

“President Trump has never been accused of being an eloquent or charismatic speaker. In fact, his rough-edged style has roiled commentators and professional politicos inside the Beltway for years, while being cheered by his supporters across the country.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The Obama administration benefited the Castro regime. The Trump administration plans to benefit the Cuban people by taking away power from the government and directly emboldening citizens.”

― Katie Pavlich

“If citizens and those in the communities where Islamic terror festers are willing to take the risk of engaging and reporting suspicions, authorities have an absolute obligation to take their concerns seriously.”

― Katie Pavlich

“America must keep jihad out, especially when we know exactly where it is coming from.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Comey made mistakes, but they weren’t made out of self-interest. To deny he wasn’t put into political positions by lawmakers on Capitol Hill or on the campaign trail would be placing blame in the wrong place.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Lawmakers who attempt to find solutions to the havoc ObamaCare has wreaked across the nation are taking healthcare protections away from newborns.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Sure, Obama is personally popular, but the same cannot be said for his policies or his legacy.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Democrats didn’t just lose the 2016 presidential election, they lost seats across the country at every level of government under Obama’s tenure in the White House.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Unlike most U.S. presidents out of power, the Obamas are staying in Washington, D.C., so their younger daughter can finish school. But let’s be honest, they’re also staying so they can respond to the new administration.”

― Katie Pavlich

“When I was a UA student, I was given the ultimate runaround when my student group wanted to bring author and activist David Horowitz to speak on campus.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Safety’ is a bogus argument regularly used by university officials to keep conservative speakers off of campuses. This isn’t because conservatives are dangerous, but because the left often reverts to violence instead of words when presented with ideas it disagrees with.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The vast majority of people in academia, especially at the administrative level, have so little confidence in their ability to make an argument for their liberal cause, they choose to keep conservatives from making their own case at all. It’s pathetic, cowardly, unconstitutional and completely predictable.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Egypt is home to the largest Christian population in the Middle East, largely because they’ve been persecuted to brink of extinction everywhere else in the region.”

― Katie Pavlich

“When I visited Israel for the first time, in 2014, on a trip sponsored by the National Religious Broadcasters, I went to the Museum of The Bible with our group. There, we saw the most ancient and original versions of both the Hebrew and Christian bibles.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The world’s oldest Christian populations have been driven from their homes and have become nearly extinct in the Middle East.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The persecution of Christians isn’t isolated. Instead, it’s rampant and expanding around the world.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Each year Citizens Against Government Waste releases the ‘Congressional Pig Book.’ Outrage over spending for shrimp on treadmills, combating Goth culture studies, bridges to nowhere, etc. ensues for about a week, and then the waste continues.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In order to truly get deficit spending and federal debt under control, the Trump administration is going to have to eventually address entitlement reform. If not, Trump will not only become part of the Washington status quo on the issue, but will leave burdensome and expensive problems for future generations.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The Tea Party was regularly smeared in media as a violent, bigoted, ‘astroturf’ movement hellbent on opposing the first black president because of his skin color rather than his big-government policies. These classifications were made without evidence, and there were many more.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The Tea Party movement started in late 2008 as a rejection of President George W. Bush’s bailout of the auto industry and Obama’s excessive stimulus spending. It evolved into a movement opposed to ObamaCare, and grassroots efforts were employed to find qualified political candidates who could beat incumbents.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Historically, Democrats have been far more united than Republicans when it comes to policy, ideology and public debate.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Republicans should be prepared to bolster their own grassroots efforts, keep promises made on the campaign trail and to fend off calculated, effective attacks from their progressive opponents.”

― Katie Pavlich

“I’m not Cuban and therefore don’t have any family members who were oppressed by Castro’s regime. But I do have a number of friends whose families were.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Of course Castro was Cuba’s longest serving president. After all, he was a dictator.”

― Katie Pavlich

“James O’Keefe is a journalist, doing the work ‘real’ journalists don’t dare, and has been conducting undercover investigations for years with dozens of scalps collected along the way. The more the ‘true’ journalists who back the Democrat machine attack him, the more emboldened he becomes to pursue his next project.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In the wake of a Trump victory, the Democratic Party is tacking to the left in an attempt to harness the populist message that put Trump in the White House.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Jerusalem will always be the capital of Israel, even if someday a peace agreement were to be reached.”

― Katie Pavlich

“In the category of U.S. interest, Israeli intelligence services regularly share valuable and essential information about the Middle East. As the region has all but collapsed under Obama’s leadership, Israel has been a reliable, steady, stable force in the region.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Denying that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel does nothing to promote peace – instead, it disrespects a longtime, helpful and humane ally in the Middle East.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The U.S. relationship with the Palestinians is a limited, one-way street for a number of reasons, one prominently being a lack of common moral values.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Here’s the reality: There is always a credible threat, and terror can strike at any time, anywhere, especially as lone wolf attacks backed up by Islamic ideology become more prevalent.”

― Katie Pavlich

“We don’t have to learn to live with terror, but we must be prepared and accept the reality it is here.”

― Katie Pavlich

“All Americans are taught, and hopefully believe, in the idea that we are all created equal and should be treated that way.”

― Katie Pavlich

“All lives matter, including black lives, which is a value we should be striving for rather than condemning.”

― Katie Pavlich

“It isn’t brave to stand up for gun control in a building surrounded by armed guards. It’s simply elitist.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Every exchange between reporters and officials is important – that’s why every State press briefing is put into the archives.”

― Katie Pavlich

“YouTube is the most popular video service in the world. It’s how Americans, and the rest of the world, overwhelmingly search for videos.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Amazing how the White House, celebrities and gun control groups happen to repeatedly push for new initiatives in an organized fashion at the same time.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Not only do the Amy Schumers of the world and the gun control groups who support her fail to provide real gun safety lessons, they oppose them.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The true gun safety advocates, as they have been for centuries, are the millions of members of the NRA and other training organizations.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The harsh reality is that socialism not only destroys economic freedom, it severely limits the capability of everyone to reach maximum potential. It’s a system that doesn’t provide more, but instead vastly less.”

― Katie Pavlich

“People make mistakes and poor decisions in life and sometimes deserve second chances.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The reduction in gun violence President Obama claims to desperately want comes from law enforcement and prosecution, not from political rhetoric, lectures and sentence commutations for federal firearm law offenders and felons.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The left takes credit for being the political aisle promoting human rights and fighting oppression, but in the case of Cuba, its adherents promoted oppression and human rights abuses for decades by glorifying the Castro regime and its savage enforcer, Che Guevara.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The U.S. Embassy in Havana may be reopened, but outside its gates, an open society with more freedom for its people is still absent.”

― Katie Pavlich

“When Trump defends Planned Parenthood as doing ‘wonderful things,’ he is condoning the organization. Even if Planned Parenthood didn’t do abortions, none of these ‘wonderful things’ are worthy of taxpayer funding. But thanks to Trump, the lie of Planned Parenthood’s heroism has been further proliferated.”

― Katie Pavlich

“So long as Trump says the right things at the right time to the right crowds, he’ll never be held accountable for his doublespeak or for defending the very things the conservative movement has been fighting against for years.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Just like every other industry, the firearms industry can in fact be sued – a far cry from being immune or ‘wholly protected’ of any liability.”

― Katie Pavlich

“President Obama has argued there isn’t a threat of terrorism from the U.S. refugee program because for individuals who apply it takes two years, ‘heavy vetting’ and is a relatively long process. It doesn’t matter. Jihad is patient, and as ISIS has pledged, it will do whatever it takes to get the job done.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The NRA is interested in protecting the civil rights of Americans, not protecting the ability of terrorists to get guns.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Cartels south of the border actually have a lot in common with ISIS. In fact, ISIS could learn a thing or two from their gruesome tactics. The biggest differences between the two are motive and religion.”

― Katie Pavlich

“We’re in a war with ISIS and we need a leader who understands exactly what that means.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Breaking through glass ceilings isn’t reserved for liberals.”

― Katie Pavlich

“The NRA isn’t a boogeyman, it’s a grass-roots organization made up of 5 million law-abiding Second Amendment supporters.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Just like President Obama, Hillary Clinton does in fact want to take away your guns.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Despite Obama’s claim that pro-Second Amendment groups want less gun safety, the opposite is true.”

― Katie Pavlich

“Anti-gun groups, most of which are funded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, have done little to promote or fund real gun safety programs.”

― Katie Pavlich

“If President Obama had his way, the United States would be just like Britain and Australia, where handguns were confiscated and remain banned with little to show for it. Thankfully, the Second Amendment and the American people will not stand for it.”

― Katie Pavlich

“These days, if you see something and say something, you’re just a paranoid bigot.”

― Katie Pavlich
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