| 11 January 2018 | 12:01 PM | 4,000 words | This is the official news article from Breitbart News.
| The baby bouncers are the term used to describe the employees at the “baby bouncers” on the “Baby Party” on Thursday, January 12, 2018.
The Baby Party is a private party held at the Capitol for the “youngest and best”.
The name of the party is a reference to the number of baby bouncy balls in a set of balls.
The bouncers perform a bouncy game for the young guests to use as a social lubricant.
The party is sponsored by the conservative group Citizens for a Conservative Future.
The baby is the number 12 on the United States flag, which was officially created in 1871.
The official website for the party has the following message: “Bouncing in a bouncer is like catching a wave and riding it out for hours.
We want to help you get your baby in the mood, as well as bring your family to a bouncier-free day.
Be sure to come back in January to learn more about our baby bounciers and our event!”
It goes on to say that “Baby party is one of the most fun and memorable days of the year for people ages 10-20.”
It continues: “In addition to having a baby party, there are plenty of activities for all ages and abilities.
Be on the lookout for the bouncers at the door for your baby’s first birthday party.”
The baby party was created by the Citizens for A Conservative Future (CAGF), which is a group dedicated to “educating and motivating conservatives to vote and be more conservative.”
The CAGF also claims to be the “first national political action committee (PAC) dedicated to the goal of keeping America safe and free.”
CAGW is also the name of a PAC run by Mike Pence, the Republican vice president.
In a 2014 interview with Fox News, Pence said that he was “not a huge fan of the word ‘baby’.
I don’t know, but I’m not a big fan of babies.”
Pence also told Fox News in 2016 that “I’m a big believer in the Constitution, but you know, baby bouncing is an oxymoron.
There is no baby bounce.”
He added: “It’s not an adult baby, and it’s not something that you should have on a Saturday night or a Sunday night.”
A few months later, Pence told the Associated Press: “We’re going to try and get people to go out to the Capitol to vote.
We’re going, we’re going as an experiment to see what happens.”
The Trump campaign has been actively trying to capitalize on the baby party trend by launching a “baby party tour” in the weeks before the 2018 midterms.
On January 5, the Trump campaign posted a video featuring a “celebrity baby” performing a “bounce in a bubble bath” in front of a baby-sized pool of water and a baby playing in a playground.
The video also includes the phrase “Baby bouncer”.
The campaign later posted a statement saying, “Our ‘baby’ event was an opportunity for our team to learn about the ‘Baby Party’ and the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.”
On January 12 the Trump team posted another video, in which a baby “bouncing” in a “bubble bath” is seen jumping around and laughing, as the Trump staff walks by.
On February 4, the “Bounce in the Bubble” video was removed from the Trump Trump Hotel, which is located on the Capitol grounds, and replaced with another video featuring the “Celebrity Baby” performing the “bump in the bubble” trick.
On Twitter, a number of conservative commentators, including the editor-in-chief of Breitbart News, Milo Yiannopoulos, wrote that the “bubbles are getting bigger” and “Baby Bounce Party” is “a great idea.”