Donald Trump, Judge Curiel, Decepticons and The Non Discussed Motives of The GOPe Quislings…

The media using the Trump University controversy to avoid discussing the discontent and disenfranchisement within the final democrat primary races today.  However, the GOPe Mitch McConnell/Paul Ryan motives are less visible; so we shall discuss.

mcconnell cornyn thune and decepticon caucus

It is important to remember the nomination of Donald Trump is an existential threat to the Uniparty apparatus within DC.  In general terms Trump is opposed by both of the power structures, Democrats and Republicans, who are charged with carrying out the legislative agenda provided by Wall Street and the financial class.

More specifically, the GOPe leadership of Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell were always going to be in opposition to Donald Trump.  The entire architecture of the republican presidential race was structurally intended to advance the ‘establishment’ candidacy of next-in-line Jeb.  This was the grand design since October of 2014, including every player within the presidential race, which we previously outlined in great detail.

As we presented mid-2015, if Trump bested their globalist/Wall St efforts -which seemed almost insurmountable at the time-  the GOPe would have no reasonable alternative other than to support the alternate side of the UniParty coin, Hillary Clinton.

However, supporting Clinton is ideologically favorable but optically challenging.  Everything would have to be carefully constructed to avoid the appearance of their support.

Predictably 2016 endorsements would not be actual endorsements per se’.  Support in-name-only is the best way to think of it.  What followed (post Indiana) was essentially the visibility of this approach.  The media sells the arms length approach as necessary due to the vulgarian or controversial nature of candidate Trump.  However, that narrative is factually false.

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump hugs a U.S. flag as he takes the stage for a campaign town hall meeting in DerryThe GOPe do not support the nationalist candidacy of Donald Trump because the America-First principles espoused by Trump are antithetical to their legislative agenda. It has nothing to do with Trump’s personality; their motives only use the behavioral excuse as a shield to hide the reality of their UniParty affiliation.

As an example today when House Speaker Paul Ryan says candidate Trump’s remarks about Judge Curiel are “the literal definition of racism“, most of the Trump supporters and most of the Anti-Trump advocates, point out how Ryan’s remarks are going to be in Hillary Clinton campaign ads.

Yes, indeed Ryan’s words will be in Hillary Clinton campaign ads; but that is not accidental – it is by Machiavellian design.

The GOPe is going to do everything within their power to undermine the candidacy of their own nominee because that nominee is an existential threat to their own grip on power.

Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell et al, cannot openly appear to be throwing the 2016 Presidential race because that would expose the UniParty to full electoral sunlight.

No, instead their efforts must be more covert, more subtle, more designed to provide benefit while retaining appearances.

What the GOPe are doing, on behalf of their legislative agenda, is politically strategic.  Remember this is the same crew behind Omnibus, behind TPP, behind the Corker/Cardin amendment, behind the attempted passage of Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

Just like in June of 2014 when they were trying to pass the Gang of Eight bill in the House (derailed by the primary of Eric Cantor), the GOPe is one side of the UniParty apparatus strategically trying to give the viewing electorate the appearance of opposition while simultaneously working to deliver an identical outcome.

How did that fiscal year budget 2017 work out?… with the GOPe in control of the House and Senate?…. or funding for DAPA (Obama’s executive amnesty)… See the real picture here?

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♦  POINT #2 – The GOPe have some VERY WEAK candidates at risk of defeat in 2016, and that has nothing to do with presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Rob Portman (Ohio), Kelly Ayotte (NH), Mark Kirk (IL) and Ron Johnson (WI), are a few of the vulnerable republican senate incumbents not because of Donald Trump, but rather because they are quislings to the GOPe side of the UniParty apparatus and their flawed and unprincipled character is transparent to their own state electorate.  You can easily add Senator John McCain (AZ) to this list.

Leader Mitch McConnell is a snake of the highest order.  He knows the limp-wristed, big government, progressive republican, Wall Street cause could most certainly mean Portman, Ayotte, Kirk, Johnson and McCain may lose. [*note* Hopefully McCain lose in the primary]  Hence, McConnell now trying to weaken Trump’s candidacy by positioning their potential loss as Trump’s burden.

The exact opposite of McConnell’s narrative is true.

Trump rally illinois 4If the aforementioned vulnerables would show some independent spine and support the majority will of their electorate, meaning actually do what America-First is about, they would probably win.

However, if the weak quislings embraced the Trump objectives they might actually benefit from their state constituents seeing them stand up for their best interests.  They might win – and that weakens Mitch McConnell’s standing.

♦ The best political play for both Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell is to sell the concern narrative that Trump is toxic and then work earnestly to deliver a self fulfilling prophecy.  This keeps them in power, allows obfuscation by blaming the White House for another 4 years, and retains their influence on the legislative agenda.  Win/Win

Notice in all of the visits to Capitol Hill you have never seen one picture of Donald Trump standing with Paul Ryan.   Despite the large scale media interest there’s never been a single photo op?  That is 100% intentionally by design – Speaker ‘Omnibus’ Ryan, having been in Washington DC for over 18 years, is working the political angles furiously.

There are trillions of dollars at stake.



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337 Responses to Donald Trump, Judge Curiel, Decepticons and The Non Discussed Motives of The GOPe Quislings…

  1. jazz says:

    Curiel was an anchor baby…

    “Indiana Naturalization Records and Indexes, 1848-1992,” database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 7 June 2016), Craciun, Helene-Dmytrow, Martin > image 214 of 1304; citing NARA NAID 5682644, National Archives at Chicago, Illinois.

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  2. moosebytes says:

    Heck! Did anyone see Krauthammer on O ‘Riley tonight?! Talk about a RHINO turned totally LEFTY! Very sick.

    Liked by 6 people

    • adombom says:

      The Demons are coming home to roost

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      He was a lefty turned RINO turned irrelevant.
      That whole broadcast went from #1 news program to zero in one primary campaign.
      The lineup is unwatchable.
      Fox has killed MK, BB, the 5 and allowed CNN and MSNBC back into the ratings game big time. The loss of advertising revenue must be shocking.

      They need to clean out all the weasels and restaff.

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      • RJP says:

        He is a neo-con…and that just isn’t a general term for liberals turn republican, it has a very specific origin with Bill Kristols dad. They are Trotskyites in disguise. The John Birch Society did an excellent short documentary on this:

        Understanding NeoConservatism

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      • roxiellTX says:

        Get em out. Start with MK and Bill O’R.


      • re Ryan’s declaration, “the literal definition of racism“. One cannot be judged as racist based on his or her opinion about Hispanics. Hispanic-ness is not a race, at best it is an ethnicity, probably more a state of mind. Most Hispanics are white and if I were one, I think I’d rather identify as Cuban, Mexican, Chilean – my country. Only a leftist would want to define yet another race.
        We (and Trump) need to take a page from their Machiavellian guidebook and go along to get along while undermining Ryan’s primary bid and supporting Paul Nehlen to Cantor-ize Ryan at the gate.

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    • longiron2 says:

      Kraut always was a Lefty Wing LIB. He was speech writer for Mondale and for some reason went RINO to get attention and FOX hired him as a Conservative contributor. Why ? He always was a LIB / DEM. No surprise here?

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    • The Boss says:

      I did catch the Krauthammer tirade. I’m sure we’ll all be able to see it posted here soon. It will be an epic splodey head moment.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Garrison Hall says:

        It looks like the whole neo-con camp is about to return to being progressive liberals. It’s where they came from so it will be familiar ground. Trump scares the pee out of ’em.
        GO TRUMP!!

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    • freddy says:

      yes and I just heard a live audience boo a megyn guest on her own show.. Fantastic… Rip her up and pull her pompous a$$ down…

      Liked by 6 people

  3. litlbit2 says:

    What a page as Trump has pulled in more voters than any previous RNC candidate and Ryan is still trying to figure whether to shave or continue using Nair!

    Liked by 10 people

  4. sundance says:

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    • The puppet speaks

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    • marcyo13 says:


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    • nobody cares what u think turtle, snake, reptile or whatever. see yah

      Liked by 4 people

    • yakmaster2 says:

      That big sucking sound you hear is McConnell and Ryan et al. The recipient is the Left.

      Liked by 4 people

    • John Galt says:

      “get on message.”

      Just got some crap from RNC in the mail. They’re pushing amnesty in their position survey questionnaire. Also pushing the full neocon plank: want to provoke wars against Russia, China, Syria, Iran, North Korea.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      So in other words: be quiet and follow the party line comrade, or the Black Marias will come for you and your family, and that goes for your supporters too?
      How very republican of them. How very constitutionally conservative. How very American even. /s

      Liked by 7 people

    • Oncefired says:

      Think about the work conservatives around the Country went through to get the Turtle re-elected! We would have been better off with the fake gun toting Lib he was running against! What a Bunch of Crap!

      Liked by 2 people

    • bocephus0h says:

      To be perpetual losers, these GOPe goons sure have a lot of advice to give to the man that is leading a tectonic, plate-shifting political revolution. Mitch, Paul, and the rest of the mythical “conservative wing” of the GOP have become a joke. They’re out performing all the old tricks, and charades, but no one sees, or hears them…they’re invisible to us, the voters. Trump, and “we the people” are suspending, and soon to be terminating our bad employees. MAGA

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    • Pentheus says:

      Here’s an issue I care about: I want the world to know that America is led by a man who cares more about fighting for whats right than about political posturing.

      Trump’s persistence on this frivolous lawsuit is a clear message to our enemies -both foreign and domestic – that a new sheriff is coming to town and he doesn’t put up with any crap.

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      • thurmrob says:

        Principle and the meaning of right and wrong is under attack everyday. I alienated half my family and children with a learning moment about right and wrong and choosing right when it maybe the hard road. They have since come around and learned from it. At some point you have to stop waffling and make a stand.
        When they choose the easy road they have to defend the indefensible and continue down that road. It isn’t pretty to watch. There is a right and wrong!


    • not2worryluv says:

      What have these clowns done for We The People in the last 7 years? Nothing!

      They are all professional politicians living the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. The only folks they look out for are themselves and their “colleagues”.

      I’m tired of being the pooch getting screwed by these guys – I’m going Pit Bull this election.

      Get ‘Em Outta Here


  5. marcyo13 says:

    “Et tu Brute” Paul Ryan. Backstabbing Ryan full of secret contempt for the will of the people has sold his soul to the devil. His “set” is just big enough to be cowardly Brutus, but never big enough to fill Trump’s shoes. It didn’t end well for Brutus or Rome.

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    • freddy says:

      I contend Newt is the Judas and Ryan is Brutus. Don’t let either one of them near you. Hannity comes suspect now too as he’s such buddies with newt. All I hear on the propaganda news networks today is the sound of Newt stabbing Trump in the back for silver and Ryan jsut sounding like a liberal for the MSM…..

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      • judyw says:

        I keep remembering one statement Newt made early on while showing Trump around DC that Trump hadn’t been through the initiation “yet”. Sundance soothed my angst in a recent thread where he stated that w/Trump there will be no GHW Bush. Here’s the clip of Newt’s Statement:

        And here’s validation of Sundance’s statement:

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        • judyw says:

          Don’t know how I screwed up the YouTube so here’s another try


        • entagor says:

          Adelson had been Newt’s only donor in Newt’s previous run for POTUS. Adelson’s 20 milion got Newt into the debates, where, in my opinion, his job was to destroy the conservative candidates after which, almost as if on cue, Newt shot himself in the foot by agreeing with Perry’s gush of love for amnesty So, in my opinion, Adelson hired Newt to be a spoiler in the last election.

          Not impossible Adelson might have intended to use Newt as a spoiler in this election. Get Newt the VP position, and after the convention is over, Newt can pull the same ole stunt and gush about getting illegal aliens out of the shadows, That would destroy Trump’s creds before his campaign got off the ground.

          trump is sharp. If the 200 million offer was real, Trump might have gotten a whiff of a trap. In which case, he probably let the game play out before he walked

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          • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:


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          • wvcoalman says:

            Newt, the flip flopping backstabber, needs to go sit on another park bench with Pelosi and Obama and talk about saving the planet from globull warming….er I mean climate change. He also needs a pair of peppermint flavored shoes, since he always ends up with his foot in his establishment GOPe mouth.

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          • judyw says:

            Thanks for that insight. I wasn’t aware of Adelson’s previous $ connection to Newt. I just see Newt would have done well to be satisfied with his record as Speaker. That was his time and it’s over. It’s been over for a really long time.


            • entagor says:

              I watched the debate where Perry defended the Dream Act and said if you didn’t agree, you didn’t have a heart. Since then the Dream Act has been surpassed by so many unconstitutional acts that people forget what a big step over the line it was

              Backstage after the 2011 debate Newt, who had been on a roll, backed Perry. Newt had to know this was a campaign killer, and at that point I realized the Newt campaign was a scam.

              Soon after I learn Newt had one donor, Adelson. Word was, Newt was there to take out Santorum. IMHO Newt bolstered Perry and then took a dive

              Perry’s Dream Act argument opened the door to sanctuary cities, driver licenses, soccer balls etc

              Priebus blamed the 2012 election loss on failure to satisfy hispanics. Gingrich is described as a longtime strategic adviser to Priebus, yet distanced himself from the Priebus report, and now slithers into 2016. World class weasel:

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

          No more Clinton Bush.
          No more Obama evah too.

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      • Oncefired says:

        Newt is Judas, been reading stories all day about the Elite offering Trump 200 million to pick him so he can keep a close eye on a Trump Administration! Newt is another establishment hack

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    • Oncefired says:

      Ryan is Power Hungry now that he is Speaker

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  6. Bull Durham says:

    It is time for us to mobilize and attack.

    Demand from every turncoat traitor Party Leader and ex-candidate to defend the Rallies and the America right to assemble for political purposes and to receive complete protection from LE in any venue.

    And if they don’t issue a statement or put their answer on video, we will campaign to end their career, by whatever lawful means necessary.

    Phone call their offices and email them and get as much local and national media attention on them.

    Fill social media with this demand.

    There are tens of millions of us and we need to take the reigns of this Nation.

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  7. jstanley01 says:

    “Leader Mitch McConnell is a snake of the highest order.” I think of him more as a whale turd of the lowest order.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Trumped says:

    Speaker Paul Ryan met with the Mexican secretary of Foreign Relations Tuesday, hours after saying Donald Trump’s comments about a Mexican-American judge were “textbook definition” racist.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Zoe says:

    McConnel needs to go. He is too old to think reasonably. I wonder if dirty Hairy Reed is finished with his exercise equipment and can loan it to McConnel for a tryout?

    Liked by 7 people

  10. yakmaster2 says:

    To Paul Ryan and his “literal definition of racism” condemnation, let me use his own hyperbolic approach to respond:
    Your comment on Trump’s supposed “racism” (against a Latino/Hispanic) is the literal definition of pandering.

    It would behoove these treacherous sell-outs to pull their heads out of their own NWO ideology and take a whiff of their own stink. Whew, it’s bad up in the Congress with all those mouth farts going off all the time.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. zephyrbreeze says:

    Looks like Curiels father may have not received citizenship.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Joanne Avella says:

    Lyin Ted Cruz and Little Marco have put their two cents in. It’s funny how both these frauds ran with their Hispanic heritage in the forefront of their campaigns but Trump saying Mexican is racist.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. zephyrbreeze says:

    Notice how eager the GOPers are to use the long knives at the first opportunity. They are toxic. Like the groom cheating at the wedding reception…it’s a bad sign that does not portend a great long-term relationship.

    Liked by 7 people

    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      It’s just the beginning. They have no path to stealing the nomination. This is a foretaste of the Trump presidency. Even day, every way they can they will be undermining him. These rats are the worst kind of traitors.

      Liked by 4 people

  14. RINOKiller says:

    Everybody has been exposed

    The more they talk

    The more exposed they get!

    Liked by 12 people

  15. freddy says:

    Meantime Donald makes a great speech and is running high.. Again he crushes these people….. Amazing guy….

    Liked by 7 people

  16. Okeydoker says:

    Ryan and mcconnel are the filth of the earth. These dirtbags need to be defeated. Ryan is particularly odious and loathsome.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Angry Dumbo says:

    Hiring Jim Murphy, the Dole guy, is a concern. Can’t bring on losers to close. How is this move smart?

    Liked by 1 person

    • judyw says:

      I don’t pretend to know but I do know Trump is in charge and marching ahead. Not all of his hires will reach the finish line with him. For some their finish line will be sooner. 🙂

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    • I find it interesting that this is a Florida guy and Trump has lots of Florida connections. That’s all I see. He has to get help, when he doesn’t, everybody rags him about that.


  18. CoolEdge says:

    Chuckles Krauthammer was on O’Reilly, explaining that Trump was confused and the La Raza lawyer group is completely separate from the other La Raza, despite sharing the name and the goals, and the lawyer group linking to the other La Raza.

    Too bad they didn’t find the other group that La Raza judge belonged to, that was pushing for the Trump boycott, or their advocacy for ILLEGALs to ignore our laws (thanks judge) and get scholarships.

    Then Chuckles tried to that the Clinton friends (had paid Clintons a half million for speeches) that that means nothing … shows no political motives. It’s amazing how far they will go into denial, to push their lies and slam Trump. O’Reilly confronted Chuckie, but was rather weak on the facts. He should never allow Chuckles the Clown to claim the lawyer La Raza is pure and completely separate. What nonsense.

    And yeah, Levin the screamer is a lost cause.

    Liked by 4 people

    • CountryclassVulgarian says:

      So they are actually saying there are two la razas, one good and one bad and judge dread belongs to the good one? They acknowledge THAT? They really want people to start looking into the workings of la raza? And these are the sharpest pencils in the box?

      Liked by 5 people

      • The Boss says:

        The wicked La Raza of the West Coast. And the good La raza of the East Coast.
        All Levin has to do is click the heels of his ruby slippers and say three times “There’s no place like home”. And poof! He’s in Mexico!


      • CoolEdge says:

        All the talking heads were very quick to explain the lawyer group was NOT the same as La Raza, but they leave it at that, since any more discussion would reveal they are closely linked indeed.
        They are not sharp pencils, but mostly they reveal their “establishment” devotion, and they have their anti-Trump (anti-America, anti-citizenry) narrative to defend and promote.

        The special classes of people routine has to end, but the dividers will tell any lie to prove how “multi-culti” and diverse they are, inside their DC/NYC bubble. Their house of cards falls if they admit “The Race” advocates against America and our borders, and specifically against white Americans that demand border control.


    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      It is the same BS lies they always screech when they are wrong: Day is night, Evil is good………

      What total psychopaths they are…..

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  19. Jim says:

    Yeah, right – everybody loves the vulnerable GOP incumbents.

    Rob Portman – ultraconservative gay marriage.

    Pat Toomey – ultraconservative new gun control laws.

    Mark Kirk – ultraconservative amnesty and ultraconservative forcefunding of abortion.

    Kelly Ayotte – ultraconservative forcefunding of Obamacare.

    Ron Johnson – he’s actually been more or less alright. Surprisingly.

    Anyhow, if the voters rise up and smite these first four turncoats, I DON’T think it’ll be because the presidential nominee’s name is Donald Trump rather than Jeb Bush or Mitt Romney.

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  20. Lee Snyder says:

    Someone explain to me how Trump can be a racist when mexican, hispanic, latino, redneck, dufus are not racial categories. Negroid(blacks/africans), Caucasoid(whites/europeans), Mongoloid(yellows/asian/Indians) are the only racial classifications. Each racial group has specific characteristics. If I remember my A and P graduate classes correctly, latino, hispanic, mexican are considered caucasoids. Like most people are mixed race. As ills would tell us, “what does it matter now?”, We all have the same origin. I am actually very proud of my combination of all three. However, I consider myself a southern hick, redneck, honkey. I’m OK until someone refers to me as a liberal, yankee, or democrate.

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    • Joan Sands says:

      Answer: Trump is not a racist. The people who say he is a racist are 1) stupid and 2) think people don’t know they are stupid.

      Liked by 3 people

      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        3) and they are Racists.

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      • Who isn’t SICK to DEATH of that word “racist?”

        I say we stop using their word all together.

        I remember growing up people used the word “jerk” or “dork” “weirdo” then it became “fag” for everything. If someone didn’t like someone, or even they they were dressed funny or if they walked a different way or for anything they’d call use that word, most all the time it did not mean “homosexual.” It was just a word to use for anyone they didn’t like or held in derision.

        Now in 2016 the new filler word is “racist.” It’s used for everything and anything and most of the time it doesn’t mean a person who is discriminating against a person’s race and skin color. It’s used now just a word to use for anyone they didn’t like or held in derision.

        Time to just drop the dumb word.

        I don’t know what new word is going to come along to replace it but THAT word has got to GO!

        Even to repeat it in response of their insane accusations puts it back on the table and gives it life and meaning. Along with their other collective paranoid Skitzophrenic terms like misogynist, nativist, nazi, and all the phobia crap they try to lay on people.

        It’s 2016, not 1900s! Cut the hyphenated nationalities if you don’t have dual citizenship you’re AMERICAN. If you’re AMERICAN born and raised you are NOT latino culture, you’re American culture, NOT African or Asian CONTINENTS. Cut the race grouping. Cut the language grouping. True diversity is being ONE of many, not many separated into groups. Don’t answer their race collection questionnaires that ask what race you are. JUST CHECK “OTHER” and fill in HUMAN on the line provided. America cannot possibly stand divided. Jesus Himself said a house divided cannot stand. That applies to any house, even the house of America. It’s fun and interesting to study origins, but it becomes a sick ideology if used in politics and IT IS LITERALLY KILLING AMERICA.

        For God’s sake please drop the polite acceptance of their insanity. You will get ZERO points from God for being “polite” in the face of lies and corruption. Defend yourself. Sweden ought to show us what happens when an entire country is “polite” and accommodating absolute wickedness. If you learned that from your cowardly pastor, UNLEARN IT. We are never to just go along with foolishness and wickedness. Book of Revelation lists COWARDICE right along with the sins that bar us from HEAVEN. Stand up and be strong. Apathy kills. Being polite to rapists and wicked kills. Ditch the politically correct BULLshevik. And I speak to women too, lighten up and stop hating men for being men! We need MEN at this time.

        If America falls, so does the world.

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        • Jeff says:

          refuse to accept their insanity is the proper solution …BAZINGA !!! BRAVO Monica

          we are all one HUMAN RACE …the rest is ethnicity .

          As long as WE THE PEOPLE allow the GLOBALISTS HUMAN FARMERS to divide us …they will control us …and eventually slaughter us . THAT is the history of “ISM’S ”

          laissez-faire small government and market economies is what will MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN …..

          RACIST is a made up word meant strictly to divide and conquer . Just as the Soviets made up the word CAPITALISM to imply the same negative connotation as the rest of the “ISM’S” …socialism …fascism ….communism …totalitarianism…progressive-ism….

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        • entagor says:



    • Malatrope says:

      In the original classification you quote, there was one more race, the Australoids. These were represented only by the Australian natives. Since that time, however, “scientists” have come to the conclusion that the “race” is a fiction and that all humans are equal. Actual scientists, of course, know better but have to keep their mouths (and their published papers) quiet or lose their grant funding.


  21. It’s going to be a very interesting pair of conventions … of course the real walking dead are the GOPe who hopefully will get kicked from office … out out out … get ’em outta here !!! 😎

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  22. May their curses against America, the People, against Trump, against Truth, Righteousness, Joy, Nature, the Animals, and God and everything that is good and right be CURSED!

    Psalm 109
    My God, whom I praise,
    do not remain silent,
    for people who are wicked and deceitful
    have opened their mouths against me;
    they have spoken against me with lying tongues.
    With words of hatred they surround me;
    they attack me without cause.
    In return for my friendship they accuse me,
    but I am a man of prayer.
    They repay me evil for good,
    and hatred for my friendship.
    Appoint someone evil to oppose my enemy;
    let an accuser stand at his right hand.
    When he is tried, let him be found guilty,
    and may his prayers condemn him.
    May his days be few;
    may another take his place of leadership.
    May his children be fatherless
    and his wife a widow.
    May his children be wandering beggars;
    may they be driven[a] from their ruined homes.
    May a creditor seize all he has;
    may strangers plunder the fruits of his labor.
    May no one extend kindness to him
    or take pity on his fatherless children.
    May his descendants be cut off,
    their names blotted out from the next generation.
    May the iniquity of his fathers be remembered before the Lord;
    may the sin of his mother never be blotted out.
    May their sins always remain before the Lord,
    that he may blot out their name from the earth.
    For he never thought of doing a kindness,
    but hounded to death the poor
    and the needy and the brokenhearted.
    He loved to pronounce a curse—
    may it come back on him.
    He found no pleasure in blessing—
    may it be far from him.
    He wore cursing as his garment;
    it entered into his body like water,
    into his bones like oil.
    May it be like a cloak wrapped about him,
    like a belt tied forever around him.
    May this be the Lord’s payment to my accusers,
    to those who speak evil of me

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  23. Ace says:

    Trump is smarter than these wh—s. He’s running as an independent inside the party he’s burning to the ground.
    Voting for ANY republican (other than Trump) makes you a traitor.


    • singtune says:

      But we MUST Get Paul Nehlen in to REPLACE Paul Ryan~!

      Liked by 3 people

      • Howie says:

        If not vote for the crat. Ryan is expendable. Out! Get him out! He is a turncoat traitor.


      • thurmrob says:

        That is exactly right! The Ryan types in congress were bought with money and power. When Trump controls the money and power lets see which way they go. We know who these people are by their actions and as long as they are useful we should co-opt them until we have an opportunity to replace them with true patriots. Putting power into the hands of the Demonrats is foolhardy.


  24. rodney says:

    SD is spot on once again.

    Most sitting GOP congresspukes are totally suspect, doubly so for the leadership who have been historically some of the most corrupt individuals in D.C. They are basically bagmen for the Chambers of Commerce and Wall Street banks. They dole out the money to fellow sell-outs to insure their loyalty on critical votes.

    They will try to shank Trump the first chance they get. That smirking goblin Ryan has already demonstrated that today. I’m just waiting for McConnell to do the same. They have as SD points out, trillions are at stake.

    Trump has to get rid of them. They will not support his agenda. Ryan will caucus with the Democrats under the excuse that Trump is racist or violated GOP principals or some such rot. McConnell will find a to be useless and whine about Reid and Schumer bullying him.

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  25. Roses are Pink says:

    I’ve been reading Conservative treehouse for a while now, I don’t even remember how I found the website. I never posted but I couldn’t contain my excitement today when I saw the website listed in an article on Breitbart. Yay!
    I feel like I am home here, reading all your comments and laughing with tears sometimes! I guess now I am officially a treeper? 🙂

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  26. mazziflol says:

    Mama’s Records Show #JudgeCuriel Was An Anchor Baby! #SanJose

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  27. Howie says:

    Juan Williams is up right now with the GOPe meme. Trump will have to smoke them out and call them exactly what they are. Uniparty. The Uniparty Democrat/GOP coalition against America. Now they are at it again He is finished, he is a racist, he is a bigot. They are all global marxists.


  28. Howie says:

    RINOS. Now that we have taken over the Republican Party they are official. RINOS. Out with them. Get em all out. We do not need them at all. We do nat want them. The Uniparty is official now. It is the democrat party. The RINOS are democrats. Hillary is their master.


  29. Kaseys mom says:

    What is interesting is that Gary Johnson was on Fox two days ago. He stated he quit smoking pot five weeks ago to run, he is for no border, it’s ok for immigration, North Korea is our biggest threat, then was asked about polygamy- he hesitated but then said its a personal choice. Kind of looked uncomfortable answering that.

    Today I read that his polls in Utah of all places is 16-18%. First thing that came to my head -Romney.

    Is that way off or not?


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