Posted October 28, 2018 07:16:11 By now, many conservatives have begun to consider how the GOP will fare in November.
But what are the key issues the party needs to confront?
Here are some ideas.
BTS: The b-tch BTS is a rap group founded in 2009 and currently on tour, playing dates in the fall and winter.
The group, whose members have appeared on the music video for “Hotline Bling,” recently performed at a Trump rally.
The bts are known for their outspoken politics and often use lyrics like “We’ll be back / We’ll be here for the next election / And we’re coming back for the last election” as a punchline.
The members often appear in videos where they speak out against Trump, including at the 2016 Republican National Convention and during the 2016 presidential campaign.
They often refer to Trump as a racist, sexist and xenophobic bully.
A 2016 video from the group shows them attacking a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by Trump.
In a 2016 interview, the bts said they are not “politically motivated,” but rather that they are just fans of music.
Bts is also a member of a white nationalist political organization called Proud Boys.
They have posted photos on Facebook of a “Proud Boys” flag that reads “America First.”
They have also tweeted about “racial justice” and “social justice” as well as anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiment.
They regularly promote their music videos, which have been criticized for promoting hate speech.
Bats have also spoken out against police brutality and have made videos criticizing Black Lives Matter.
B-Tapes: A group of B-boys from Brooklyn, New York, recently released a video of them performing the song “Black Lives Matter” by Lil Wayne in their native Brooklyn.
They also released a rap song called “I’m Black” and a song about the Ku Klux Klan called “No More B-Chooks.”
In a series of tweets in 2016, the group wrote: “The b-tape is the most powerful weapon of political organizing in the United States today.
We’re a platform for activism, activism that doesn’t just take place in the halls of Congress.
It takes place in public schools and public spaces.”
The btapes, which are released on YouTube, are used by Black Lives Matters activists and are available for free to download.
The B-Boyz are not the only members of the group.
They are not affiliated with the B-tch, but have also participated in B-Town, a music video by the group “K.O.B.”
The group has also performed at rallies, such as in March, and are featured on the cover of the November issue of the National Review magazine.
They wrote, “The B-Boys are not some sort of fringe, racist group, but they are an influential voice for Black folks.”
A post on the group’s Facebook page on Saturday said that they have been inspired by Black activists, including Jesse Jackson and Eric Garner, who died in New York City last year.
The posts have been shared by members of Black Lives groups including Black Lives United, Black Lives in America, Black Youth Project 100, and Black Panthers.
The post also said that B-tapes and other social media platforms like YouTube are “the most powerful tool to engage, educate and mobilize young people across America.”
B-TS members have also shared videos on Facebook and Twitter calling out Trump, calling him “racist,” “bigot,” “white supremacist,” “terrorist,” “a racist,” and “racist.”
BTS also posted a video on Instagram, in which the members sing “Trump, Donald, Trump,” an expression of affection that many B-boys use when referring to Trump.
“I’ve been doing this for a while and I’m tired of seeing these Trump-bashing B-ts,” the post reads.
“These are our voices.
It’s time we stop letting these B-Trains win the election.”
A Facebook page has also been set up to support B-Twins who were arrested at a Donald Trump rally in Virginia in February.
A post by the Facebook page, which is set up solely to support the BTS, said that the BTRs were at the Trump rally and were arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
“The police brutality that the Trump administration has done to Black lives, Muslims, LGBTQ, and people of color is appalling,” the group said.
BBS: The BBS is a rapper-turned-politician.
The band formed in 2014, with B-Kon, who was born in New Zealand, as the group leader.
The duo began to make music in 2014.
Bens debut album, titled “Ain’t No One,” is the band’s first release, and was the first of its kind.
The album included tracks by other B-twins including B-Mika, B-Sizzle