Transparently Predictable Political/Media Tripwires for August and September ’16…

There appears to be a great deal of angst and anxiety surrounding the 2016 Presidential race that is genuinely unnecessary. When you know the playbook, when you know what’s predictably going to happen, there’s no reason to be upset when each tripwire is triggered.

The only time concern is truly warranted, is when one of the tripwires are not triggered. The mosquitoes that buzz, don’t bite – they’re just annoying.

potemkin villageHaving said that, and having previously outlined the playbook for most of the 2016 election previously, let’s take a closer look at what is on the horizon.

However, before outlining the predictable, it is important to remember: almost all of the professional political punditry already know this stuff – they’re just acting as if they believe the political Potemkin village is real to retain a paycheck.

Back in 2015, when several readers still genuinely believed the Potemkin village was real, we tackled the question of:  what would happen if the financial class, the donors who fund the political pantomime, saw Donald Trump as an inevitable candidate?

What we shared over a year ago remains today:

[…] REGARDLESS of the Biden/Clinton battle – the GOPe onslaught against Trump will continue, unrelenting, all the way through the primary and into the general election.

Why?

Simple answer – go back to the decision-makers; regardless of Biden or Clinton, Trump’s removal is vital. They [financial class / Wall Street] will plan for the primary race attacks on Trump to soften him up for destruction in the general election race against Biden or Hillary.

Remember, Wall Street’s goal is Jeb. Remove Jeb and their goal is to destroy the replacement and get the other side of the coin (Biden/Clinton) into the White House.

These power interests must retain control at all costs. This fundamental aspect is why the attacks, from both sides, on Donald Trump will continue from now until the general election in November of 2016.

The RNC/GOPe can openly attack Trump until he gets the nomination. After that they must change to subversive attacks – that’s the only difference. (link)

Well, with that prediction in mind – where are we now?

Yes, exactly there.

The GOPe is working earnestly to undermine Trump with every approach possible. Remember, these are lifetime UniParty members. For outward appearances, there are two wings of the UniParty visible within the Potemkin construct, but only one actual political objective, mostly corporate driven, within the village.

Here’s a representative example we spotted on twitter a few weeks ago. One voice is a journ-o-list type, the other voice is a typical party republican (Bush, McCain, Romney, Clinton etc. it doesn’t really matter – each is simply a nuanced shade from the same political palate):

never trump always clinton

Now that Jeb’s out I’m backing Hillary (next closest thing to W)“…  This “republican” dialogue is typical of the entire wing of the political apparatus that is against Trump.

It’s a party construct. It’s a big club.

Democrat or Republican the name on the blazer crest really doesn’t matter – they’re all attending the same corporate club house.  Donald Trump is an existential threat to that entire political club.

trump lion

So, what’s the next thing the Democrats, Republicans and the Corporate Media will do to attack their collective nemesis, Donald Trump.

♦ First, they are going to manipulate the “media polling” to put Gary Johnson on the stage for the debates.   It takes 15% in a major political poll to qualify for a presidential debate.  Who controls the polls considered “major” and “political”…. why, the media of course.

Putting Gary Johnson on the stage helps to undermine Donald Trump and presents the perfect optical framing for the “first woman presidential nominee“.   Trump on one side, Johnson on the other and Hillary in the middle.

This stage alignment also helps to obfuscate any attacks that Trump might launch.  The questioner can frame the inquisition to pit Gary Johnson against Trump and Hillary Clinton against Trump.

No, Jill Stein will not be put on the stage, because that DETRACTS from the optics and also represents a threat to the voting bloc that Clinton needs.   Jill Stein will not be allowed to qualify.  Remember, the media controls the statistics. So that’s the first guaranteed tripwire.  Polling in September to put Johnson on the stage.

♦  Second, the UniParty GOPe will continue the subversive attacks against Donald Trump via the Never Trumper coalition who will be given every media microphone to continue the onslaught.

This is just a continuation of what the media has been doing for the past two months….. and yes, the media will continue to manufacture controversies for the Never Trump coalition to continue railing against Trump.  Example:

CNN lies 1

Donald Trump doesn’t actually have to say anything controversial, if there’s nothing readily handy the media will just make it up and then shove microphones in everyone’s faces.

♦  Third, the financial donor class (Romney’s email list via Stuart Stevens) will continue pushing alternative voter candidates to get on the ballots in strategic states.  This will be the same process as the ideology behind the primary “splitter strategy” which was developed and finalized in 2014.

Using the same approach as Kasich in Ohio, the GOPe will fund useful idiots in strategic states to take marginal percentages from Trump in a designed effort to give the victory -in that specific state- to Hillary Clinton.

Remember, the RNC apparatus cannot openly be seen doing this or it could backfire; that’s why this has to be a subversive effort.

♦  Fourth, the financial class will use their corporate financial constructs to keep the failing media outlets (mostly websites) afloat.   Generous Ad purchases made specifically to anti-Trump (ex. Conservative Review, Resurgent, Red State etc.) or ambivalent-Trump  (ex. Rush Limbaugh, Hugh Hewitt etc.) media enterprises to continue filling the revenue gap from drops in viewer or user support.   In essence Salem Communications will continue the same approach they have been.

The goal of the entire professional political apparatus remains today what is was last year, the removal of Donald Trump.  There’s no reason to fret the day-to-day events when you know this is the larger plan, the longer-term goal, all along.

Rat Finks

  1. Following The Money
  2. The GOPe Roadmap
  3. ♦ The Roles of The Players – “The Splitters
  4. ♦ How each candidate is aligned in the Roadmap
  5. ♦ Arrow #1 Trump Hits The Super-PACs – The GOPe Achilles Heel
  6. ♦ Arrow #2 Trump Hits Bush – Inside The Wall Street Fortress
  7. ♦ Arrow #3 Trump Cuts Off Rubio/Bush switch – The GOPe Switch
  8. ♦ The Rick Perry Tripwire Exposed – DC Super-Pac
  9. ♦ Jeb Bush Super-Pac Will immediately spend $10 Million
  10. ♦ Proving there is only one political party in Washington DC
  11. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part One (The GOPe Ruse)
  12. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Two (Stop being played)
  13. ♦ Why Support Trump – Part Three (Intellectual Details)
  14. ♦ How To Defeat the GOPe Road Map
  15. ♦ Current Polling Exposes – the Ohio, Florida, Texas, Virginia, New York Splitters
  16. ♦ Florida Polling Exposes – Donald Trump defeating Jeb’s Florida Strategy
  17. ♦ Rush Limbaugh Discusses/AffirmsThe “splitter strategy”
  18. ♦ The Biden/Sanders Paradox – Trump Winning Means Clinton Must Be Removed
  19. ♦ Salem Media Communications (GOPe Media Arm) Launches Attack
  20. ♦ Open Letter To GOPe – The Conservative Frustration
  21. ♦ Why The GOPe Will Never Stop Attacking Donald Trump
  22. ♦ Trump indicates he is well aware of the GOP Mississippi Trickery 2014
  23. ♦ GOPe (Stuart Stevens and Henry Barbour) recruit for a Mississippi style takedown
  24. ♦ Chris Christie Joins the insurgency – Christie Endorsement
  25. ♦ The Demonization of Donald Trump Begins – The Racial Onslaught Miss ’14 Redux
  26. ♦ Ben Carson Drops Out – Manipulators of his Campaign Exposed
  27. ♦ Mitt Romney admits the GOPe Road Map and Splitter Strategy
  28. ♦ The Agenda of Ted Cruz exposed – Splitter Fiorina joins forces with Cruz
  29. ♦ Team Trump begin leveraging sheer will – Paul Manafort negotiates.
  30. ♦ Paul Ryan (Wall Street Purchase) – Not Supporting Trump
  31. ♦ Ted Cruz refuses to endorse Trump – Aligns with UniParty for Clinton

The Tripwires Reset for the General Election:

  1. ♦ How the New Tripwires reset financially – Billionaires take sides
  2. ♦ Robert Mercer punishes Ted Cruz – Open admonishment in NYT
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519 Responses to Transparently Predictable Political/Media Tripwires for August and September ’16…

  1. SPMI says:

    Well on reading this I only have 1 question…
    How do we win? How in the hell do we win?
    How in Gods name do we win? How exactly do we win? How in bloody blazes do we win?
    We are the truth! God’s will be done.

    G O D J T R U M P!!!

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    • Deb says:

      GET OUT THE VOTE!

      Knock on doors, make phone calls, talk to everyone you know about how crooked Hillary is. People can’t argue with that.

      Volunteer to be a poll watcher. If thousands of us volunteer to watch, they’ll be on notice and less likely to think they can get away with massive fraud.

      Get involved with the local party.

      Above all, Keep Calm and Trump On. Keeping up morale is important to any fight, but especially in politics. The media is trying to demoralize you, don’t let them.

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      • Yes, Deb. “Keep Calm and Trump On!”

        “Punch through the MSM” like Trump says.

        Let your faith be bigger than your fear.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        Well said Deb!

        Wear red on voting day! Make it a red wave of people. It will be difficult to discount Trump voters.

        I’ve been traveling a lot lately, and have found myself sitting or waiting in line with strangers. So, to pass the time, I have been known to ask people if one, do they vote in general elections, and if yes, who do they want in the WH. If no, I ask why not and then see where they sit.

        One would be surprised at the number of minorities voting for Trump.

        Now, I don’t do this in every line, but I do ask people who are sitting around me who look as bored as I am. At the MSP airport I had an almost hour conversation with a heavily tattooed man. At the beginning he did not want Trump, by the end I believe I had a true believer and voter. All one has to do is lay out the facts. Ask them what they don’t like etc. I also don’t ask in big groups and prefer only a few people. It seems more honest that way, their answers I mean. The tattooed guy didn’t like the fact that Melania had plagerized moochelle’ speech. Easy fix on my part. We just kept going down the line until he ran out of excuses and became interested in the truth. This man walked away smiling and with purpose. I gave him a whole bunch of talking points.

        I will be honest, I don’t always win. I lost with the grandma from the hood. She was a huge Marc Brown advocate. However, I do believe I got her thinking. I’m hoping. Who knows.

        I hate standing in long lines with no one to pass the time. I always get a conversation going someway somehow. It makes the time go by quicker and the line moving faster. I also get to learn a lot from my fellow Americans. I learn how many children they have, where they are going and why, I even learn their favorite color or store where they buy their clothes. I learn a lot. It also makes people feel good when they talk about themselves, and since I can bore some people with mine, I’d rather make people happy. I’ve also been known to lean in and whisper the question if they vote and who they want. They always get a kick out of that. I always feel the person out though. I really don’t want them screaming and yelling while I still have another 20min of waiting. In line.

        If anyone is traveling or has to sit for long boring periods, look around and start talking. Ask them questions about themselves, get them to smile and open up and then ask. We all know the talking points. Share them the truth. Not only will it pass the time, but it’s fun. It really is. You will realize how much you actually know.
        Be well and stay smiling good people,
        Ma’iingankwe

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        • maiingankwe says:

          One last thing I’d like to add to the very long post above. Please don’t take people on how they look at face value. I’ve met a lot of great people who had tattoos. Old ladies with blue hair, and one gentleman who I would’ve thought was Arab, but was an Israelie. Oops. Go outside your normal circle and learn from our fellow Americans. I’ve talked to gays, lesbians, old looking biker guys, the whole kabang. Give it a try and don’t be shy. You will find a good number of people are quite easy to talk to. I even talked to the business suit with the expensive watch and shoes. He was changing his 20+ year career and going on an interview. I actually gave him tips on interviewing skills. I liked him as much as the tattoo guy. I really did. Both were good people.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        Cut off the MSM – the entire bunch.

        Cut them off.

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      • Jasper's Goat says:

        Be careful about the local party connection. Many are with the Uniparty. Check thoroughly before trusting them.

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      • 2zymos says:

        The back-up plan is important. It CANNOT be more of the same (phone calls to answering machines, letters to the trash can in DC, email to NSA — NOT congress-critters, driving grandma to the polls, etc, etc, etc

        Above all, get a rifle, explore “well regulated”with friends: plan on a Hillary steal, a media treason, an October surprise, maybe even worse riots and violence!
        Practice writing indictments, arrest warrants, and Decleration of Independence (withdrawn consent).

        You will need all of the above before we get out of the fix we are in.

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    • maxx power says:

      We already are winning. We have been winning for the past year. We will continue to win. Once you realize the media & all polls are lies, it becomes clear. Believe what you can see with your own eyes. It’s fairly safe to listen to the few public Trump supporters. Use critical thinking. I use the “if – then” method. For example, IF the media says Trump’s finished, THEN why do I see massive Trump rallys?

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      • Chance says:

        Exactly right Maxx! If Trump can’t possibly win, then why are they spending all of their efforts and resources to destroy him? If Hillary is a lock, then why would they even bother to mention Trump?

        Propaganda only works on those who cannot, or will not seek the truth through critical thinking. Everything the MSM proffers is just naked, boot licking propaganda!

        Just remember what CAN happen when Wolverines are joined by the Monster Vote!

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

          Right, Chance.

          IF we apply a little bit of critical thinking to human nature, we can determine that no one obsesses like a mad woman over something that is no treat.

          So the Dems, RINOs and MSM know Trump is a HUGE treat to their evil evil evil ways.
          Trump is already bankrupting many of them – and completely pulling off their fake masks.

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      • grannysue says:

        I read and believe that one of Hillery’s campaign staffers was complaining that all the usual rhetoric they use to destroy a candidate is not working. The classic words they use is scaremonger, racist, homophobic, liar, clown. None of it is working. He said Trump is way, way ahead of Hillery and that is why the media is hysterical. Something to consider here is that they have been put on notice that if they try vote fraud it will be ferreted out. Assange has Hillery’s emails. If he can do that, I feel sure he can get info on massive vote fraud perpetrated against Trump by her. They are in a pickle. Should they use massive vote fraud and face a civil war with the electorate. She belongs in jail. Our Lord is the only one who can put her there. Hillery cannot fill up a high school auditorium. Wikileaks emails released reveal she is paying people to show up at her rallies. Just like Jeb. Jeb was running ads in the paper offering to pay people fifty dollars to show up at his venues. The eyes don’t lie. Trump will win Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey. States that haven’t been in play for decades he will win. We just have to stop the vote fraud.

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        • maxx power says:

          I agree. The vote fraud cannot be stopped by legitimate, honest means, & it absolutely will occur. The only way to overcome it is the Monster Vote.

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        • VFisch says:

          Where did you hear about this campaign staffer? I’m new to the tree house, but I have been sick with this massive fight, there is so much money and corruption behind Hillary, the MSM has been brutal. I can’t even get on the regular news sites anymore. Just read an article at Gateway Pundit about how the NeverTrump websites are going down in ratings, went on one, made a post, those neocon RINOs are very rabid. It’s like us against the world and it really is the world. The entire world is corrupt!

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    • Granny sue says:

      I agree with Sundance but he needs to go deeper. The whole goal and purpose of the election and direction of the country is to have a one world government. George Bush Sr. talked about it. The players are the Bushs,Obama and Clinton. But, the real puppet masters you will never know. That is the way they have always operated. They have followed a depopulation agenda along the way to making this world a New world order. Why do you think our congress has not funded the VA in a way to help veterans live. Depopulation. Why is disease imported into our country. Depopulation. Why have we been in continual wars. Depopulation. . They have been the ones instigating world wars all over the planet and if you care to go further you will find their fingerprints on every war the planet has been in. WWI and WWII. Some of these are the from the same families, some are new players. There is money to be made in war. Prescott Bush, a Nazi supporter was slapped with a trading with the enemy act when he was found to be supporting Nazi Germany which included supporting the death camps. Think of every upheaval in overseas countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt,the Ukraine and the globalists are still trying in Syria. And what is even worse is our media is aware of what is going on and reports the news they are told to report rather than the truth. They use the same road map Hitler used. They use thugs to intimidate, and terrorize Trump supporters, break windows, cause chaos. The fool hardy brown shirts used by them have no idea that they will be the first ones to go if the globalists win. Them and the rest of the law abiding country. This election with Trump is for the very soul of this nation and they are fighting it with everything they have ever had in their arsenal. They are evil……

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      • pliticiansrscum says:

        Paragraphs could be your friend. Jus’ sayin’.

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        • GrannySue may be more of a FB person. If so, you need to know that when you reply to a post, when you hit “Enter,” you automatically post the reply as it is at that moment. Now, it just so happens that you CAN go back in and finish your comment, but that is not clearly indicated. I found out by accident. That’s how I’ve learned half of what I know about blogging and posting and commenting – by accident!
          Anyway, on this site you can hit return and you are still in your comment box. You don’t post your comment until you hit “Post Comment.” Sadly, you can’t go back and edit. 😦

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          • Jacob Wells Van Wagoner says:

            Pro-tip for using Facebook:
            If you use Shift+Enter it will allow you to separate paragraphs without automatically posting.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        :Bushs,Obama and Clinton” – the COB bunch.

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      • dpeeze says:

        Up until a few weeks ago this presentation of the world in which I live would have been derided as loony and fringe. No longer. The people who have been activated by Trump are educating me to the sinister reality of my country and its leaders. Although frightening, the truth is simple to understand. May God protect Donald Trump from the wickedness that will be deployed against him.

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    • This was my question also. Sorry to be a concern troll, but Nehlen knocked on a lot of doors and thought he had the support. I spend a lot of time on Twitter and Trump support looks solid. I am praying that it will translate into votes.

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      • VFisch says:

        I read Nehlen was for deporting all Muslims. Was that even true? I think it’s best we stick to vetting out the ones that want to immigrate here. It’s a shame people don’t look at the issues of each candidate. It boggles my mind why anyone would want to vote for TPP, open borders, mass amnesty, and Syrian refugees if they look at what is happening in Europe. How soon we forget 911. Then we have the 2nd amendment in danger, and I really believe also the 1st.

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  2. notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

    Interesting Comments over at this site (see bottom for web address).

    “Obama’s election in 2008 cost at least $1 billion. The 2012 elections total spend was about $5.6 billion (both parties and all races), according to my quick Google search.

    The media needs that cash. They’ve budgeted for it, and are pushing hard to get their chunk of it. The last thing they want is for someone to get too far ahead, because if that were to happen the candidate might not spend that money. And it should be obvious that “outsider” candidate Bernie Sanders (who didn’t really have a snowball’s chance against the Democratic party machine), only got as far as he did because he made Hillary spend money in the primaries. That underdog story not only got people interested (and watching), but forced Clinton to open up the pocketbook.”

    “Last I checked, TV ratings for the Olympics were a disaster. The three execs I know at a cable TV company are stressed out of their minds about “cord cutters”. TV ad growth has a negative sign in front of it, while ad-free entertainment mediums are doing quite well….”

    https://mishtalk.com/2016/08/14/is-it-conceivable-trump-is-deliberately-throwing-the-election/#comment-37096

    RE: “….it is important to remember: almost all of the professional political punditry already know this stuff – they’re just acting as if they believe the political Potemkin village is real to retain a paycheck.”

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    • Dixie says:

      The three execs I know at a cable TV company are stressed out of their minds about “cord cutters”.

      SO. We are making a difference! YeHaw!

      Cable: Join the line behind Macy’s.

      The Silent Majority is winning, folks!

      Liked by 15 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        The only time anybody at the cable company – above the linemen and techs on the phone – even paid any attention to me, was when I cut the cable. Once I did that, it was flowers, chocolates, and telegrams.

        ABUSERS! Menagerie told us all about you, last night! Talk to my hand with the snippers!

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        Dixie, did you see the news last week of how Macy’s is, and I quote the news headline, “Closing ANOTHER 100 stores.”

        Key word there is ANOTHER, so that’s 100 PLUS stores they have closed in 1 year’s time.

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        • Dixie says:

          At least partially because they crossed us!

          Beware when you cross the silent majority. We will not be kind to you. But we will do it silently and not with a bullhorn. Dixie said that.

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        • mopar2016 says:

          Seems like it was just the other day that Macy’s announced that they were dropping Mr. Trump’s line of clothing.

          I wonder how that’s working out for them.

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      • Elizabeth Craine says:

        My husband and I got rid of our satellite months ago and we don’t miss it. We got tired of the propaganda and the outrageous price of the satellite. We went back to regular TV programing. And I get my news mostly on the internet by researching for myself.

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      • Granny sue says:

        I think we should refuse to watch the news. Their criminality is on full display. Why would a moral, ethical person want to bring profit to subversive, lying individuals? And on another note, I read on another site that when Trump wins he will have to go thru literally every branch and weed out the traitors. They did that in Germany after the War. The criminals were arrested and put in jail so that Germany would not have them among the rest of the population. I pray for Trump and his family.

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    • Howie says:

      People are cutting the cable cord because of the disgusting propaganda newz channels. I did because I refuse to spend one red cent to support them. All you need is an antennea and a computer.

      Liked by 13 people

      • kriseton says:

        Once my last kid heads out the door, we are cord-cutting. We don’t have great internet where we live, so the fewer devices in the house, the better for our streaming capabilities. I will not miss the news at all. Thought I would. But after this year of crap, I am finding it difficult to turn it on at all. Lou Dobbs, Greta and Hannity are about the only good ones left on the air. And I can catch their best bits online.

        No wonder the press is jumping all over Trump…besides the fact they hate him, they also want him spending his campaign dollars on propping up their networks. And he isn’t. That drives them batty. They need those campaign dollars, and Trump is holding on to his cash for now. I wonder if he is driving a hard bargain…they want his advertising dollars, he isn’t handing it out, so he asks for a really good deal, so his money goes further.

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        • scott says:

          Vaughnlive for streaming FNC for free

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          • kriseton says:

            Thanks for the tip! We are planning on buying a Roku. Heard good things about the app that goes along with it and how it searches for the programs you want. Will get a Hulu subscription, Amazon Prime and keep our Netflix account to get a wide variety for cheap. We pay about $100/mo. for our dumb satellite service. Hulu, Netflix & Amazon would take it down to about $25/mo.

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            • maxx power says:

              $25 per month…until your ISP starts charging you big bucks for streaming. Their modeling depends upon 150 -200 bucks per month per subscriber to pay for all that infrastructure. They will get it via TV bundles, or if cord cutting explodes ( as it is) they will make up for the loss in new, higher charges for data. Maybe not right now, but in the next few years. Streaming is dirt cheap right now, but it won’t be later.

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            • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

              Kriseton, for entertainment, I highly recommend the old-fashioned DVD disc.

              A few years back, with the advent of “streaming,” most media prices collapsed greatly.
              You can pick up all kinds of DVDs at “used media” stores for less than the $4.00 handling and postage (plus 1 cent lowest price possible) on Amazon. Only buy the DVDs as you have time to watch them – and then you can trade them back in later. If you are opposed to used, then Wal-Mart has lots of new dics for $5. That price sometimes includes multiple classic movies such as color westerns, more recent popular movies from the 80s on, etc.

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            • jmclever says:

              Unless they changed it since last Christmas, Roku does not support Amazon. I chose an Amazon Fire TV stick. I got it really cheap for black Friday.

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              • thurmrob says:

                Roku streams Amazon Prime. Jeff Bezos is the owner of the Washington Post that Sundance points out is a biased Trump trasher. I have Amazon Prime but we should try to keep our support for businesses that are openly destroying our country to a minimum.
                We the consumers only have our dollars to fight back with and should be helping in any way we can.

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        • WSB says:

          So, maybe he will make excruciatingly controversial ads for earned free coverage.

          Liked by 4 people

        • sunnydaysall says:

          Trump is intent on destroying the media! If he destroys the media, hillary is vulnerable and exposed! She would sink like a rock in very, very deep water!!

          Liked by 2 people

      • foncag1 says:

        People have also mentioned contacting the companies that advertise.

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        And an internet capable TV.

        Liked by 1 person

      • mopar2016 says:

        I dropped cable four years ago. It’s definitely not worth the price that they charge.
        Netflix is only ten bucks and there’s a lot to choose from.

        If it weren’t for cable bundling, channels like MSNBC and other lightweights with no viewership wouldn’t exist.

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      The weasels are losing money on Trump because he goes around them. That’s why on of their key strategies is to push these push these bogus polls then couple it with Trump needs to spend money on ads RIGHT NOW!

      They are also trying to get him to stop using Twitter claiming that he gets himself in trouble which is all media generated.

      Once you pull back and filter what’s going on through ‘follow the money’ everything becomes crystal clear.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        I think Trump is a little hot and tired right now. He has been attacked 24/7 for quite a while now. But he will make a great speech today and this man of the people has only good things to offer. So he will rest for a bit and come alive stronger than ever. How anyone could vote for someone who is only concerned about money and power for herself as her health deteriorates is beyond me. She is now going to send out illegals to get out the vote. The woman has no shame. I am sorry for her because the one thing she has desired above all is to be President and it will allude her. No amount of media pressure on Trump can make her look Presidential.

        Its a particularly hot summer and the election is pretty much at a stand still. The digs against Trump are no more than little scratches. All Hillary has — is to say Trump is scary. She cannot say one good thing about her service to this country of her plans for our future. So we have a strong man with endless energy against a liar who’s killing herself for power. I vote Trump.

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    • spacette55 says:

      When you’re in cahoots with the people running the printing press, a billion dollars doesn’t take long to print up. End the Fed!

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  3. SR says:

    Hillary campaign has simple plan – it’s called Gorilla war campaign.

    Less appearance, less talk, no press conference, no town hall, less pictures, less rallies. MSM would not talk about her apperance, emails and foundation.
    In mean time MSM would make some stories about Trump to keep clock rolling till election day.
    She is a good debater for 2 mins per question so just walk through the debate without any damage plan.

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    • WSB says:

      So three hours will be tough.

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    • Hillary is an astute campaigner. She realizes that her only hope of winning is to stay out of the spotlight and let the leftist media steer the voters away from Trump. For her, there is no other way, since the mere sight of her drives people to seek an alternative, ANY alternative. Hence the recent upticks in popularity of Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, who have “Hoovered Up” the support of some of the “Never Hillary” Bernie-Bots.

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      • shallbe4 says:

        Hillary is not an astute campaigner — she is good at nothing. She is confused most of the time as she sits with Una. What was the great success in her career as Mrs. Bill Clinton? he had the charm and smarts. She did a lot of screaming. Hillary speaks about breaking the glass ceiling for the feminists but what about families who haven’t the money to pay next months bills? Does she even notice they’re alive? Before you write off Donald Trump think about the competition.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

          TOUCHE!

          People like Hillary (classic narcissistic, psychopaths who are lazy) attach themselves to a strong individual (Bill Clinton) and that is their only real accomplishment.

          Everything else about them in their lives is fraud.

          This is not my opinion, it is the findings of decades of research by social scientists.

          So they truly are “vampires” who gaslight (as Sundance has taught) and suck the life out of all they plague.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        You mean like a Cockroach?

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      • foncag1 says:

        She is not a likable person.

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  4. Dora says:

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Touche!

      That is exactly it Dora!

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        • flova says:

          That’s an Obama special. Geez, the NYT gives whores a bad name.

          Axelrod must still be giving them tips. He got rid of Obama’s opposition in Senate campaign by illegally getting hold of divorce records where lawyers will say anything for their clients.

          I’m almost smiling at the thought of them going after Trump, Marla’s and Ivana’s private records. Those 2 women seem to be fighters like Trump and will come out swinging, I’m sure.

          Plus, they both still really really like him and he has taken excellent care of their children.

          Go ahead NYT, make our day. They’re ‘spraying and praying’–so out-of-their-minds with fear they will do themselves in.

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        • NCPatrick says:

          http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/07/opinion/sunday/trump-the-bad-bad-businessman.html

          I’m posting this link right under singingsoul’s entry about New York Times and USA today suing to get Trump’s divorce records opened. I am getting sick to death of this garbage, and it’s time for a major backlash against these lunatics who are losing their minds trying to eliminate Trump. Oh and let’s not forget the Wall Street Journal today called for Trump to drop out by Labor Day “or else” .. or else what? Or else they will be very, very cross with him maybe?

          My link, the article by this idiot Neil Barsky, occupied 3/4 of the opinion page of our Raleigh newspaper today .. 3/4 of the page! So it ticked me off and after reading it I Googled this clown Barsky and he sounds like a hurt little man who has a crush on DJT. Yes, I know it sounds crazy but Barsky has spent a lot of his strange career running after Trump. There is no mention of wife and family in his Wikipedia entry, and it looks like most everything he’s been involved in has ultimately failed. Sad.

          The reality is that most of the so-called media are losers, getting older every day and unlikely to ever hit the big time. Not exactly a glamorous or impressive career choice. I despise them one and all except for Lou Dobbs who was great tonight.

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  5. kpm58 says:

    Okay, Johnson gets into the debate. So what is to prevent Trump from saying he would be for Stein being in the debate also?

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Bravo!

      Another chance to point out how the media and corporate polls are TOTAL Frauds.

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    • JJ says:

      Trump won’t decide. If there is a 15% cutoff, polls will magically appear giving Johnson 15% and Stein 4%, so they can make the excuse that she should be left out.

      I half expect that the first debate will be a disaster of tough questions for Trump and softballs for Hillary. I can’t think of a single network that will put forward an actually objective moderator, including Fox.

      Hillary doesn’t want to debate. If they can make the first debate a biased debacle and have Trump discuss the “biased” debates, they’ve won. There may only be one debate total after that.

      And I hope Trump is practicing. I know he’s working long hours already, but hopefully he is spending a few hours each day while traveling formulating his attack plan during the debates.

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      • Dixie says:

        There is no way he can get a fair debate under the circumstances.

        Making another donation today. Fired up by the NYT and Gannett newspapers going to the courts to get his divorce in 1990 unsealed. Pi$$ed is what I am.

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        • JJ says:

          Agreed. However, if you assume that ahead of time and prepare accordingly, you can certainly react appropriately. Hillary will be lying in every single answer she gives, which should give a prepared opponent a lot of ground to start with.

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        • Remember what happened to Mr. Trump during the Primary Debates. Moderators and opponents all attacked him with figurative baseball bats. What happened? Donald Trump won EVERY online poll!!! And it was up on Drudge shortly after the debates were over!

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      • WSB says:

        Debate should not be hosted by any one media outlet, IMO.

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      • kriseton says:

        Trump already has been through debates with tough questions. Need we forget last summer’s first Fox debate? Or even the others with ‘gotcha’ style questions. The point is, Trump is not ‘polite’ in a debate setting. He sucks all of the oxygen out of the room. Expect if Hillary doesn’t come back from a bathroom break in a timely manner, that Trump will ask if she is okay, and if she needs to take a break. LOL!

        He will shine in the debates. She will be her usual boring self with the memorized lines. A typical politician. He will be himself. A notable difference. Many regular Americans did not watch the primary debates and/or were watching with different intentions. This time around, it will be two choices (even if Johnson is there, imagine how Trump will dismiss him…). And the difference will be obvious.

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      • kpm58 says:

        So they can make excuses.
        And just how well is that going to play with women and liberals?
        And besides. Trump does not have to depend on the kindness of strangers to have a debate.

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    • Howie says:

      He could just debate Stein and skip the MSM fiasco.

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    • bluesky says:

      I think Trump should make an apparently innocuous tweet that includes Jill Stein’s name. Basically troll the MSM before they can pull Johnson out of the hat. My gut feeling is that Jill Stein is actually in 3rd place having scooped up more Bernie supporters than Johnson.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        Agreed Bluesky!

        Who’s even seen that Johnson on the media?
        Yet the media gave Jill Stein lots of free exposure during the DNC pestilence week.

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      • bdc5551 says:

        No way Jill Stein is in third place. Nobody knows who she is.

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        • They sure do know who Stein is in my state. The Hard Left is a formidable force in urban settings, esp on the West Coast. They are still mad at themselves for voting for Ralph Nader, but they really hate Hillary.
          They control the alternative media and the Red Diaper Babies, of whom many are still creaking around, wearing their signature Mao hats and long stringy gray braids.
          Hillary Dems control public unions, and, they hope, other unions and minorities.
          Johnson gets votes from dopers in spite of the fact that he doesn’t smoke MJ at all, and the odd liberty-loving quirky political junkie.
          Trump gets everybody else.

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          • cozette says:

            Johnson is a huge stoner even now while he’s running. Ironically Trump has a similar stance to Johnsons although he is personally opposed to using drugs and alcohol. Trump believes in medical marijuana use, declassifying marijuana so its benefits and downsides can be studied by professionals which is practically impossible to do now and finally he believes use should be decided at the state rather than federal level. Johnson supporters are dopes if they back him for that issue.

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  6. All Hype says:

    The video linked below is a prime example of the MSM scraping the bottom of the intellectual barrel to obtain ratings. The people of the USA are now fully aware of the totally rigged MSM against Trump.

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/08/14/mccaskill-say-trump-friend-putin-founder-isis/

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  7. Joan says:

    I keep hoping Trump will win but he has to fight against so much. Sometimes it is difficult not to get discouraged – but that does not seem to bother Trump.

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    • seventhndr says:

      You watch way too much TV or are visiting the wrong websites. If you were watching the live rallies, with no commentator, and reading all the facts that Sundance has laid out for us, you would be at least cautiously optimistic.

      We had laid out in front of us by the media, a million reasons why Trump would not and could not win the primary. Yet our lying ears told us, we liked what trump was saying and our lying eyes kept showing us YUGE rally crowds for him and him only. What happened? Our lying eyes and ears were right.

      Its no different now. There is no momentum behind hildabeast. Republican participation is way up and democrat way down. In addition, Trump is siphoning off non-tradional voters of the GOP candidate like more blacks, hispanics, and gays. Not a majority, but a decent shift.

      MONSTER VOTE!!! Its going to happen! Believe your lying eyes and ears (unfiltered facts), and not what you read and hear from the media.

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    • NC PATRIOT says:

      And, Joan, we take our que from him—-when our “messenger” is strong, he puts steel in our spines. Pray, stand tall and breathe.

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    • Remember that it is still August. The enemedia is hysterically trying to convince anyone that will listen that Mr Trump is the bad guy. I’m thinking they’re not having much success, and I base that on the number of people at his rallies. When we get closer to the elections, if Mr Trump is truly ahead (which I believe is the case) then the enemedia polling will change to reflect reality to protect their reputations as pollsters. But for now, what you read from the enemedia is pure propaganda.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Joan I get discouraged as well. Its hard not to. But we have at least one good October surprise coming from Russia which claims to have e-mails that will toast Hillary or Wikileaks making equally strong claims. There is a point where even the media has to admit when it comes to Hillary THERE IS THERE THERE.

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  8. eric says:

    I’m still amazed at just how much truth is being brought into light because WE THE PEOPLE are supporting Trump….his fight,our fight for the future and soverignty of this country is exposing hyprocrites and liars….and it’s incredible to witness.
    Stay Strong.
    Stay United.
    NOVEMBER IS COMING!!!!!

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  9. Briana says:

    I don’t think it’s accurate to – these days – describe Rush Limbaugh’s attitude as “ambivalent.” For whatever reason, Limbaugh has become as close to supporting Trump as he can, without endorsing him outright. IMO, he’s a positive voice for Trump.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Rush has been close to the Bushes and mainstream Republicans for decades. He can’t turn his back on thousands of political insiders who’ve become friends and HIS supporters to throw them under the bus, and support Trump wholeheartedly. And he lives in S. Florida near Trump. It’s all neighbors vs. neighbors.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      I began listening to Rush Limbaugh in 1989. Stopped for good two months ago.
      He was a real true conservative and loyal Republican UNTIL he got stung in the Oxycontin mess back when he had his cochlear transplant/pain issues. In my opinion, after he managed to get out of being put on trial and/or jail time, Rush decided that he would never again make any decision that wasn’t to his financial benefit or didn’t keep/increase his “influence” with the GOP elites.

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    • majorstar says:

      Whatever, what is Rush’s justification for not endorsing Trump? Trump is one of the few “true conservatives” remaining in this country and Rush is quibbling? Turn him off and never give him the time of day again.

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    • Today it sounded like Rush was throwing in the towel already. I only heard the first hour but it was very disappointing.

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    • singtune says:

      However Rush is a paid for Shill and is not to be trusted at all. He is not one of the,Good people. Rush. May pretend to like TRUMP, but he has been on the Globalist Train to years. I stopped listening to him 9 years ago, when I figured that out.

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    • bdc5551 says:

      Agreed. The never-Trumpers bash Rush for being pro-Trump. If Rush was anti-Trump he wouldn’t get bashed by that crowd.

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    • vladdy says:

      Until today, I agreed. But today’s show….he was all full of advice about what DT was doing wrong, and what he needs to change, and how his poll numbers are down. I was surprised. Is he so wrapped up in the elite media bubble that he’s losing touch?

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  10. freddiel says:

    I had a conversation earlier today w my sister regarding media bias. She told me she had heard something on the news today about money paid to Trump campaign from Russia. I did not know about that as I have not seen it discussed here and don’t watch msm. I did a little bit of research and found these two articles. If this has already been discussed, I apologize. If not, what do we know about this?
    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/14/trumps-world-crashes-secret-stash-putin-cash-campaign-manager-uncovered.html
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/15/us/politics/paul-manafort-ukraine-donald-trump.html

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    • emmajohnson says:

      A big nothing burger. It was already known that Manafort helped the Ukraine before Trump. Now they’re trying to say that “unnamed sources” show a “secret ledger” that shows payment for Manafort. No names, can’t even say he was paid,or if he accepted it, Another mud slinging POS article trying to see what sticks. And anyone who believes this gas lighting needs to have their head examined. I could say that I met Hillary (I have) and that she was a bitch (she was) and that she hates us “little people” (she does). She came to our area when Bill was running.

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      • cozette says:

        This Manafort story was put out to distract from the huuuge dump of Soros emails showing, among other things, his work to destabilize the Ukraine and overthrow the pro Putin government along with Biden and McCain btw. Soros was rewarded handsomely. The email dump shows Soros is a global economic war criminal active in destabilizing the world for profit and to establish a global government. It has alot of info on his control of American politics. The global elites have publically identified Trump as their biggest enemy and Putin is their second biggest enemy. Soros called on BLM which he funds to create an additional distraction. Reddit the _Donald and 8chan pol seem to onto the Soros dumps tho.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      This was years before Manafort ever met Trump. 2010.

      Axelrod operated opposition campaign in Ukraine at the same time. His family has roots in Ukraine. (Imagine that? No wonder we have a war against Russian interests in Ukraine. And I could drop a dozen more Khazarians like Kagans-Nuland, et al. They lust for war with Russia so they can take over Ukraine and the remains of Russian natural resources.)

      Here’s a link to all the consultants working Ukraine. It was a giant festival of consultants.

      http://www.politico.com/gallery/2014/03/american-political-consultants-in-ukraine-001504?slide=0

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      • Podesta has ties too…

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        The Manafort/Ukraine thing will have as much shelf life as the panic last week that a Congressman that flirted with boys online, lost his career over it, may have been sitting behind Trump at a rally. We gotta choose our battles and that requires discernment between 5 alarm fires and useless media spin. If Trump was losing as badly as they claim, they wouldn’t bother with BS like this and we shouldn’t either.

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      • Toronto Tonto says:

        Trump has known Manafort for 30 years, but Trump was not running for any office in 2010, which when Manafort was no longer working with Russia and Ukraine.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        Oooh … this is great link, Bull. They were all there, weren’t they, and indeed it was a giant festival of consultants.

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    • Sandra says:

      Hand-written ledger supposedly (we have yet to see it) showing that Manafort was to receive a large amount of money. There is no evidence that he actually received any of that money. And he said today, emphatically, that he never received any off-the-books payments. He said “I am a campaign professional”.

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    • singingsoul says:

      freddiel
      I do not believe anything if Trump is supposetley connected to Putin.
      This to me looks typical psych-up garbage. Logically makes no sense.
      I am tired people trying to connect Trump to Putin. This is typical Hillary smear.

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      • singingsoul says:

        Mnaford must be very efficient that Hillary psych-ops try to pin things on him.
        Lets focus on Hillary who sold American uranium to Putin and got a nice bonus for her so called charity.
        I think media should keep their price on that the charity and foreign donation.

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      • cozette says:

        Putin is awesome. He’s an open Christian leader of the last Christian nation on earth. He is fighting the globalists whose public face is Soros, their NWO schemes and the spread of radical Islam the elites are using to destabilize the world. I love that Trump recognizes this. Meanwhile Hillary is PERSONALLY tied to all of the evil actors of the world. I hope the MSM keeps it up.

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    • freddiel says:

      Thanks for your comments. I told my sis that I would look into it and let her know what I find out. Your comments will help me to get to the bottom of it.

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    • shadowcole says:

      Roger Stone spoke of this today on Alex Jones show at infowars. I don’t have a link right now but I imagine there is a story over there. He basically said it was a lie, all of it.

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  11. zephyrbreeze says:

    “Alexander said that it was preferable to have an army of sheep led by a lion to an army of lions led by a sheep. Alexander (or no doubt he who produced this probably apocryphal saying) understood the value of the active, intolerant, and courageous minority. Hannibal terrorized Rome for a decade and a half with a tiny army of mercenaries, winning twenty-two battles against the Romans, battles in which he was outnumbered each time. He was inspired by a version of this maxim. At the battle of Cannae, he remarked to Gisco who complained that the Carthaginians were outnumbered by the Romans: “There is one thing that’s more wonderful than their numbers … in all that vast number there is not one man called Gisgo.[6]”[i]

    “Unus sed leo: only one but a lion.”

    How an Intolerant Minority (or Ferociously Committed) can Control the Majority. by Nicholas Nassim Taleb, author of “The Black Swan”

    Or Why Europe Will Eat Halal

    View story at Medium.com

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      Someone said in another comment – “I don’t know any ex-Trump supporters.”

      That is the point of this article – ratcheting up support goes one direction. Leftists only seem to gain ground in academia because they refuse to hire conservatives, but conservatives do not refuse to hire liberals. Outcome is eventually the departments are mostly or all leftists.

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      • marcyo13 says:

        I think you’re missing the point that Sundance is making. There never were any real conservatives anywhere in power, not in the media, or academia, or Hollywood. They were always Neocons, NeverTrumpers, and Uniparty people. They were our worst enemies because they pretended to be conservatives, but were really secret liberals all along. That’s why we always lost. We were being led by people whose best interests were served by keeping true conservatives subservient and losers.

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        • zephyrbreeze says:

          My point confirms what Sundance is saying, that Trump is only gaining support, not losing support because the genuine conservatives have nowhere else to go – and you’re right, no one has been representing our interests in the Uniparty. Things aren’t getting worse for Trump, as the media is claiming.

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        • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

          Touche touche!

          RE: ” We were being led by people whose best interests were served by keeping true conservatives subservient and losers.”

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    • dondeg says:

      Not the best analogy. Carthage was eventually wiped off the face of the Earth by Rome.

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  12. Jason says:

    caution, gaslighting

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  13. Ashley says:

    Agree on everything said except Rush Limbaugh. He’s not ambivalent. He’s always said he’d support the GOP nominee no matter what, and he’s still following through. RedState is horrible.

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  14. Notmeagain says:

    Just reading a WSJ article recycled by Zero Hedge (no clicks to WSJ), typical trash talk, and thinking more about leaks. As commenters there were noting, there are connections between all the Dems and the media, and that intersects with the Clinton Foundation, and that intersects with all the other nasties. I amend my prayer to beg for dirt from the Clinton Foundation as well as congressional leaders. Surely if the DNC/DCCC was hacked so was the RNC/RCCC.

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  15. marcyo13 says:

    God Bless you Sundance for being so BRILLIANT!!! Your keen mind penetrates the fog of war and keeps us Trumpsters moving full speed ahead to VICTORY!! Thank you so much!!!

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  16. triper57 says:

    An interesting tell on Trump popularity is the size of his rally’s. If they gain in size as we continue into the fall then he is fine. If they fall in size, then he is beginning to fail in support. Think about that?

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    • The only problem I have with Rally size is this….Bernie had 10 times the amount of Hillary and lost…. what am i missing? I see this as a comeback on all the liberal websites what gives?

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      • He didn’t lose; he lost the nomination because of the super delegates not the vote….

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        • bdc5551 says:

          Your argument is misleading. Bernie lost the popular vote by over 3.7 million votes and would’ve lost even without the superdelegates (Hillary 2205 vs. Bernie’s 1846). Additionally, Hillary won a majority of the votes (over 50%).

          You could make the argument that the 400+ superdelegates that came out immediately for Hillary gave her an unfair momentum advantage, but Hillary clearly beat Bernie.

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          • cozette says:

            There is alot of evidence in the DNC Wikileaks as well as among Bernie supporters of widespread election fraud that made it possible for Hillary to win. Quite a few DNC whistleblowers have wound up dead under mysterious circumstances since the DNC leak. Naturally, no coverage, in fact team Hillary hired a PR firm to whitewash Seth Richards death. Bottom line, it is doubtful that Hillary actually beat Bernie fair and square. The DNC called her the NOMINEE before the primary even began!

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            • soozword says:

              I heard directly from the director of the CA Election Integrity Project that there was massive election fraud in Hillary’s favor in this state, particularly in L.A. Bernie actually won here. With illegals getting the vote with drivers licenses by Nov , it’s hard to see Trump winning here.

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      • ryan says:

        Killary started with 236 delegates before the race began!!!!!

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      • triper57 says:

        You think that the Dems ignored the fact that Bernie actually had the support and Hill had little support. That the vote was skewed by the Dems vote machines. Stranger things have happened in the near past.

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  17. john lorenz says:

    Well, it does say a lot when you can’t promote your own candidate and must rely totally on ad hominem attacks on the other to make him MORE UNACCEPTABLE than your unaccomplished, pathological lying corrupt treasonous candidate. Being more concerned with the “spin” on what he says than what your candidate has actually done against the people and laws of this country.

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  18. Joe Collins says:

    The next three months will be the dirtiest ever in US politics, as the donors try to wrest full control back from us pesky voters.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Sandra says:

      Hopefully the party is over for them.

      I am SO thankful for the internet and for sites like CTH. Imagine how difficult it would be for us if we didn’t have the internet for communications?

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      • foncag1 says:

        I agree.

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

        TPP has plans to shut down the free Internet with corporate/government regulations.

        That is per Julian Assange and his last week’s leaks.

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        • Dixie says:

          Yes, and I’m ready and prepared to live like a mushroom should that happen. It will send the cable companies to the depth of hell and what’s obama gonna do, bail the cable companies out too? hmmm, let’s see, that’s the car companies, the insurance companies and then perhaps the cable and internet based sales companies too? What’s next….the banks? Then microsoft and apple might as well shut down because people won’t be buying new computers so he can add them to his long list of bailouts. We just thought the economy was bad right now.

          It still won’t prevent me from voting for Mr. Trump in November. No matter what he does, he won’t be able to stop that. He is giving us a backbone made of steel and all his efforts to stop Trump will be wasted. Hahahahaha!

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        • Elspeth says:

          So maybe this is why Arianna Huffington is leaving her famous political rag and moving on to create a “lifestyle and health” website. Political sites may soon be controlled or banned.

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    • This will prove to be a modern object lesson in the art of propaganda. If it wasn’t so downright disturbing, I could almost enjoy watching the totally predictable pageantry as it unfolds before my very eyes. Goebbels and Alinski would have been very proud.

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  19. saskamare says:

    Tim Kaine’s wife wants an “Open Marriage”!

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  20. MfM says:

    You said in the article above “Democrat or Republican the name on the blazer crest really doesn’t matter – they’re all attending the same corporate club house. Donald Trump is an existential threat to that entire political club.”

    If I start talking Uni-Party people start wanting to make me a tin foil hat. I explain it very simply. I talk about how Washington is like a big club house with lots of perks. When the Republicans are in charge they have the keys and can make the rules but the Democrats still have VIP perks. When the Democrats are in power it’s the reverse. Deals are made, money is made and power is brokered. Things don’t change much with a change of President, because the politicians want to keep the power they have.

    Trump and his supporters want to throw away the keys and shut down the damn club house.

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      And the donors fund both sides to hedge their bets so that regardless of who gets in, the corporate agenda prevails.

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    • My answer to those who want to fit ME with a “Tinfoil Hat” when I mention things like “Uniparty” or “Globalism”:

      The definition of insanity is to repeat an action, but to expect different results. In what significant manner has the inexorable expansion of our federal government differed under the administrations of either of our two major parties? With very few exceptions, once candidates who call themselves either democrat OR republican arrive in Washington, they ALL abet the interests of both the corporatists AND the globalists. I want to change this by making a different choice, and you want to call ME crazy?. Better look in the mirror…

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    • majorstar says:

      Just point out all the establishment Republicans and Bush appointees who are supporting Hillary as “much closer to their political philosophy”. Trump is clearly very conservative where it counts to the voters, why would so-called “conservatives” eschew him for Hillary?

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      • cozette says:

        Using the term conservative confuses Republicans and turns off everybody else who has been brainwashed to think conservatives are evil so I avoid the label. I point out Trump joined with Perot and Nader to try to defeat NAFTA even tho the GOPe and Dems supported it. Trump, Perot and Nader have been proven right. Trump also agrees with Eisenhowers warning about the growing military indudtrial complex and rejects the neocon goal of overthrowing governments as both the GOPe and Dems want. Trump is the peace candidate. Like Bernie he wants to tackle corruption at all levels including taking on the big banks and the FED. He wants poorer Americans to be able to be able to chose the school their children goes to instead of that being a privelege reserved for the elites. He wants us to use tax money to take care of Americans instead of importing more unemployable people we have to take care of. There’s so many good things Trump can do for America if we just give him a chance. Remember the Perot, Nader Trump team up tho cause that seems to be a winner with alot of people especially when I slip in that explains why the elites in both parties and the media are trying to destroy him and his supporters.

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  21. Sandra says:

    The latest attack is against Manafort. The NYT admitted there was no evidence yet that Manafort actually received any money from Ukraine, but the story is front and center, headline news, regardless. And they link it to Russia of course, to make it seem like the hacks on the Dems are part of the Trump campaign. It’s pretty laughable. The fact that Manafort’s name showed up on some list isn’t terribly surprising considering he had worked with Yanukovych for years.

    Manafort’s wikipedia page is laughable.

    Manafort also worked as an adviser on the Ukrainian presidential campaign of Viktor Yanukovych (and his Party of Regions during the same time span) from December 2004 until the February 2010 Ukrainian presidential election even as the U.S. government (and US Senator John McCain) opposed Yanukovych because of his ties to Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin. […] Manafort rebuffed U.S. Ambassador William Taylor when the latter complained he was undermining U.S. interests in Ukraine.

    Undermining US interests in Ukraine … like mucking up their elections to put the US-chosen candidate in power? And encourating a coup to overthrow the candidate who won the election? How nice that we are so helpful over there. lol

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  22. truthandjustice says:

    Yes – that’s why I blog, etc. – trying to get the truth of the strategies “they” use, etc. As others say, I really think it’s finally dawning on “enough”. I see comments everywhere saying they don’t believe the media anymore, etc. We need to use the great tool of social media as much as possible.
    They’re also using the mantra about how Trump needs to change or he’ll lose. No – just the opposite – if he changes, he’ll lose and they know that. No – none of this was surprising but expected for the “informed” – thanks largely to SD.
    Debates? What debates? IF she continues to be the nominee (which I still have doubts about), and somehow not able to get Johnson, will they still have them? That wouldn’t surprise me either. And if they do get him and it happens, I have no worries it will do anything to benefit Hillary – probably another backfire where it’ll just help Trump. Be prepared for “anything”, no matter how unprecedented or bizarre.
    As we always say, we are in a war. All these media attacks = battles, hits by the enemy.
    When we win the war, it will continue behind the scenes so we need to stay vigilant and prayerful.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Touche touche!

      RE: “They’re also using the mantra about how Trump needs to change or he’ll lose. No – just the opposite – if he changes, he’ll lose and they know that.”

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  23. Bull Durham says:

    If you follow the war and the diplomatic moves in Syria, you will be aware that Russia agreed to ceasefire to allow “rebels” to come over to fight against ISIS and Al Nusra or lay down their arms and leave the battle field.

    During these cease fire regimes the last few months the US has brought 7000 more ISIS fighters to the battlefield. Sergei Lavrov stated this today. He does not fabricate things. 6000 were rushed into the fight in Aleppo while Russia was delivering humanitarian aid and helping civilians escape the city.

    We also have statement on video from Sergey Shoigu, MOD of Russian Mil. He indicated that the US thinks it is fooling people as it lies to us here in America. Shoigu has recently intensified long range bomber strikes on ISIS, and the Russians have cut a deal with Syria for permanent AF basing in Syria at Hmeimim. This will become a huge base beyond what exists now. Russia is going nowhere. It came to Syria to win. This month the carrier-cruiser ship, Admiral Kuznetsov, with aircraft will be coming to the war zone to add more Russian aerospace attack planes and helos to the battle.

    Today, Trump will indicate how he will reconstruct our war plans and actions in Syria. I suspect it will be heavily attacked for its intended alliance in the war on terror to work with Russia. We will soon also be working with China. And with Iran. All unlikely allies. But necessary to save American servicemen lives and to increase the ferocity of the war on ISIS.

    No more phony ceasefires. No more rushing 7000 more terrorists into the fight on the wrong side.
    No more lies. No more phony Intel reports.

    We will fight the way the Russians are doing. We will kill them all.

    Trump MAGA 2016.

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  24. Janeka says:

    Are the faux poll numbers part of the plan to help hide voter fraud during the actual election..?

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  25. geoffb5 says:

    This is how it is done. It is how you can make up a controversy out of whole cloth.

    Once that switch is made from being responsible for what you meant to being responsible for what someone else says they believe you meant then anything you say can be read as meaning anything.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      No one believes the Clinton News Network.

      Jail them already.

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    • majorstar says:

      As I’ve stated, all this kind of junk is pure sophistry. Specious argument. The Left and MSM are pros at it. Republicans aren’t, and are always its victims.

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    • joshua says:

      Hayden just declared that a speech your wrote and delivered means nothing. You can lie or anything else….but what matters is how you convince the listener to take your works as pure fact….as only their interpretations are the real FACTS. This man was in charge of our SECURITY? He is right there with the Obama/Hillary crowd…..if you heard that there was a riot caused by a video…heck, whatever you decided that means to you is how you are going to react.

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    • three by one says:

      The letter a week or so ago was signed by 70 anti-Trump “national security” people.

      The prople behind the letter claim 121 (see below link)

      Now it’s down to 50?

      WARNING – GOPe enemy site. Do not hotlink. Copy and paste after replacing “dot” with “.” Details why in following post.

      warontherocks dot com/2016/03/open-letter-on-donald-trump-from-gop-national-security-leaders/

      (List of ~120 neocons/RINOs)

      “The statement above was coordinated by Dr. Eliot A. Cohen, former Counselor of the Department of State (2007–8), and Bryan McGrath, Managing Director of The FerryBridge Group, a defense consultancy. They encourage other members of the Republican foreign policy and national security communities wishing to sign the declaration to contact them.”

      Eliot Cohen:

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliot_A._Cohen

      Has been pushing for a third party candidate for months:

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/trumps-impending-nomination-means-its-time-for-a-third-candidate/2016/05/03/762186a4-108b-11e6-8967-7ac733c56f12_story.html

      McGrath is the principal at Ferrybridge Group:

      ferrybridgegroup com/about_us

      Also worked for Weinstein / Hudson think tank

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_R._Weinstein

      more to follow… 😉

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      • three by one says:

        War on the Rocks has an indiegogo fund going on with an interesting donor perk:

        https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/war-on-the-rocks-taking-it-to-the-next-level#/

        Yep. THAT Admiral Stavridis. Hillary’s shortlist VP candidate before picking Kaine.

        Donate $35K and you will be flown to Tufts to *play the boardgame Battleship against Stavridis.

        Uniparty, Uniparty, Uniparty.

        Anyway, here is the list of the 120 odd current signatories identifying for all time these hardline NeverTrumpers from 5 months ago. FIVE MONTHS:

        “OPEN LETTER ON DONALD TRUMP FROM GOP NATIONAL SECURITY LEADERS

        WOTR STAFF

        MARCH 2, 2016”

        (Letter stating Trump is awful, blah, blah, blah)

        Signatories as of 8/15/16:

        Ken Adelman
        David Adesnik
        Michael Auslin
        Mike Baker
        Christopher Barton
        Kevin W. Billings
        Robert D. Blackwill
        Daniel A. Blumenthal
        Max Boot
        Ellen Bork
        Anna Borshchevskaya
        Joseph A. Bosco
        Michael Chertoff
        Patrick Chovanec
        James Clad
        Eliot A. Cohen
        Gus Coldebella
        Carrie Cordero
        Michael Coulter
        Chester A. Crocker
        Patrick M. Cronin
        Seth Cropsey
        Tom Donnelly
        Daniel Drezner
        Colin Dueck
        Eric Edelman
        Joseph Esposito
        Charles Fairbanks
        Richard A. Falkenrath
        Peter D. Feaver
        Niall Ferguson
        Richard Fontaine
        Aaron Friedberg
        Dan Gabriel
        Greg Garcia
        Jana Chapman Gates
        Jeffrey Gedmin
        Reuel Marc Gerecht
        James K. Glassman
        David Gordon
        Christopher J. Griffin
        Mary R. Habeck
        Paul Haenle
        Melinda Haring
        Robert Hastings
        Rebeccah Heinrichs
        Francis Q. Hoang
        Rachel Hoff
        Jeffrey W. Hornung
        William C. Inboden
        Jamil N. Jaffer
        Ash Jain
        Marc C. Johnson
        Myriah Jordan
        Robert G. Joseph
        Tim Kane
        Kate Kidder
        Robert Kagan
        Rep. Jim Kolbe
        David Kramer
        Stephen Krasner
        Matthew Kroenig
        Frank Lavin
        Philip I. Levy
        Philip Lohaus
        Mary Beth Long
        Peter Mansoor
        John Maurer
        Matthew McCabe
        Bryan McGrath
        Richard G. Miles
        Paul D. Miller
        Charles Morrison
        Michael B. Mukasey
        Scott W. Muller
        Lester Munson
        Andrew S. Natsios
        Michael Noonan
        Tom Nichols
        John  Noonan
        Roger F. Noriega
        Stephen E. Ockenden
        John Osborn
        Robert T. Osterhaler
        Mackubin T. Owens
        Daniel Pipes
        Everett Pyatt
        Martha T. Rainville
        Stephen Rodriguez
        Marc A. Ross
        Nicholas Rostow
        Michael Rubin
        Daniel F. Runde
        Benjamin Runkle
        Richard L. Russell
        Andrew Sagor
        Kori Schake
        Randy Scheunemann
        Gary J. Schmitt
        Gabriel Schoenfeld
        Russell Seitz
        Kalev I. Sepp
        Vance Serchuk
        David R. Shedd
        Gary Shiffman
        Kristen Silverberg
        Michael Singh
        Ray Takeyh
        Jeremy Teigen
        William H. Tobey
        Frances F. Townsend
        Jan Van Tol
        Daniel Vajdich
        Ruth Wedgwood
        Albert Wolf
        Julie Wood
        Dov S. Zakheim
        Roger Zakheim
        Sam Zega
        Philip Zelikow
        Robert B. Zoellick
        Laurence Zuriff

        (Endlist)

        I’m off to grab the 70 from the letter from a few weeks back to compare names.

        I want to get these names on the record, a searchable record, so when they appear again their true nature is revealed.

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  26. David says:

    Bible prophecy speaks about two beasts that would rise to power in the latter days (Revelation 13). The first one would rise. He would receive a wound (judicial impeachment) and move aside (the beast that was, and is not, and yet is), while the second beast rises with the same power (POTUS).

    This second beast would be like a two-horned lamb which is a Ram, a male sheep. A Ram is a head butter. He butts heads with the opposition. He seeks to maintain control over the heard at all costs. He does this in the sight of the first beast who is still in the picture but is now after bigger goals (i.e. CGI).

    The second beast causes the whole Earth to worship the first beast. He makes them over into the image of the first beast (immorality and lawlessness). He creates the vehicle for the MOB (universal healthcare, then TPP).

    He makes fire to come down on Earth in the sight on men (Predator Drones w/Hellfire Missiles).

    He may be planning to make sure the first beast is appointed as SG of the UN, January 1, 2017. We shall see. Maybe they have another plan by collapsing the world economy and declaring martial law. God knows! We will know soon enough.

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  27. Sentient says:

    What – if anything – can we do to stop Gary Johnson from getting into the debates? Last poll I saw had him @ 9%. I don’t know what else he could do to legitimately rise in the polls – smoke a bong on stage? As much as I hate weed, I keep thinking that maybe Mr. Trump should come out against the federal prohibition of marijuana. Say it’s a states’ rights issue and that in Gonzales v Raich, Scalia made a rare error, while Clarence Thomas was right. Maybe knock Hillary back on her heels a bit and take some of the air out of Johnson.

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  28. Interesting that Gary Johnson’s rival was found dead in a hotel in June.

    “A “fearless advocate for liberty” who sought the Libertarian Party’s nomination for president has been found dead.

    “Dr. Marc A. Feldman, 56, of Cleveland, was found dead Wednesday at the Americas Best Value Inn near the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. No official cause of death has been released.

    “Feldman lost the Libertarian nomination in May to former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson.”

    Gary Johnson–extension arm of HIllary Clinton and UNIPARTY. Feldman had to be taken out to push Gary Johnson for reasons indicated by Sundance to boost Hillary and attempt to trash Trump.
    Honestly, these murderers are just so sloppy, not that the ignorant citizens would notice anyway.

    I’ll add Gary Johnson to the list of the Clinton body count.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpoliticital says:

      Why are the Clintons known as the Cemetery Family?
      Because they are surrounded by hundreds of “dead” people.

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  29. Clinton body count now includes Gary Johnson’s rival: (I’ve put the list all together, perhaps there are more?)

    OLDER MURDERS:
    List I – http://www.govtslaves.info/comprehensive-clinton-body-count-list/
    List II – 90 Dead – http://www.freewebs.com/jeffhead/liberty/liberty/bdycount.txt
    List III – http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/BODIES.php

    RECENT MURDERS:

    Clinton Body Count +5 in Just 6 Weeks (new stuff from August 5, 2016)
    also add Iranian Scientist: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/cotton-clinton-discussed-executed-iranian-scientist-on-email/article/2598807

    2016 Presidential Candidate Found Dead At Cleveland Motel
    http://www.westernjournalism.com/2016-presidential-candidate-found-dead-at...
    Jun 24, 2016 – Dr. Marc A. Feldman, 56, of Cleveland, was found dead Wednesday at the … Feldman lost the Libertarian nomination in May to former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, tool of Uniparty for Hillary Clinton:
    http://www.westernjournalism.com/2016-presidential-candidate-found-dead-at-cleveland-motel/

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  30. joshua says:

    Trump had great names for others in the Primary…sweaty, lo energy, lyin…etc

    Now with Libertarian hack Gary Johnson jumping again into another losing effort as POTUS…this time with Koch bros money from selling his business….he could be know as STONER maybe.

    Gov. Gary Johnson has made a name for himself as a marijuana advocate. Now he plans to cash in with Cannabis Sativa, Inc.

    Gary Johnson can add the title of $50 Million Man to his resume that includes former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico and the 2012 Libertarian Party presidential nominee. That’s how much the thinly-traded shares of Cannabis Sativa, Inc. – listed as CBDS on the Over-the-Counter stock market – gained in total value in the days since the company named Johnson as its president and chief executive officer on June 30.

    With the Associated Press, Reuters, Gawker.com and plenty of other news outlets picking up the story, shares of Cannabis Sativa, Inc. jumped to $8 from $4 in just a few hours in brisk trades.

    Overlooked in the green rush is the company’s status as a development stage outfit aiming to sell marijuana products in Colorado, Washington State and anywhere else where pot is eventually legal. That basically means the company has yet to produce a profit. Yet investors are betting some day it will, with a fairly big name like Johnson at the helm.

    Johnson: 'I don’t know if I’m the Bill Gates of marijuana, but we might be the Microsoft of marijuana. The whole country is going to legalize marijuana in 10 years, and then so goes the world.'
    

    In the world of the stock market, Cannabis Sativa, Inc. remains in the purely speculative realm of penny stocks, where several marijuana-inspired companies now reside.

    But it has a good story. Joining Johnson in the company is Steve Kubby, the 1998 Libertarian Party of California candidate for Governor and an author on drug policy reform. Kubby is now chairman of Cannabis Sativa Inc. Both are long-time supporters of cannabis legalization. Johnson hopes to deliver products “that could change the world for the better.”

    However, citing an old Doonesbury cartoon from the ’90s dot-com boom: So far the company’s only major product is its stock.

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  31. This was a good article as usual, but I was hoping to be reassured that Trump would win in November. This article basically told me that the odds are so stacked against Trump that he has absolutely no chance because he’s being attacked from every angle possible. Oh, what a bumpy three months this is going to be.

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  32. jameswlee2014 says:

    Pat Caddell recently outed the formerly respected Reuters for simply changing the results of a poll that showed Trump winning to show Hillary winning. It’s psyops pure and simple. Stay strong and make sure you vote and drag everyone who you know that loves America to the polls with you. Their desperate antics mean we’ve got them on the run.

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  33. truthandjustice says:

    Just as SD said – the Estab. is promoting Gary Johnson — I never go to RedState but just did out of curiosity. Top story is about Johnson – gaining support in Latino community. . LOL

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  34. H.V says:

    God is with those who are persecuted because they are fighting for our rights, to fix the government that is corrupt and not working. We can not give up the fight. Tell everyone to vote. We the people, against all odds, against the crooked and evil. We will have victory from God, because this Nation the United States of America is Under God, and we as a people have always won all the battles against tyranny and corruption.

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    • Thanks HV! I was just thinking those same sentiments. Well said!

      People must stop losing faith in God, it undermines all He is doing and is a slap in the face really. Every time we worry over every little thing it’s like we’re saying we don’t trust you God. How that would hurt a parent if their kids were always mistrusting them eh?

      Think BIG, pray BIG and have BIG faith and God will do BIG wonders. He loves pleasing those who trust Him. Still, it is unnerving and sickening to watch the deaths pile up. We must find the balance of trust and COURAGE.

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  35. TrumpOrDie says:

    We should hope these tripwires go off, because when they were all tripped during the primaries, they were accompanied by YUGE gains for Trump.

    The Uniparty has become so insulated and ossified, they don’t know what the hell they’re doing. They think they’re brilliant evil geniuses, but every time they fire a shot, turns out the barrel was bent right back in their own faces.

    A lot of folks here had the same view — that the Trump movement was up against a diabolical powerhouse, with the deck stacked against them. Turns out, that all worked in our favor — people are sick of the status quo and the Establishment’s increasingly naked machinations against the American people. They unmasked themselves as traitors, and ordinary Americans turned against them and toward Trump.

    We weren’t a small cadre of underdogs, we were the mob of the Silent Majority.

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  36. TrumpOrDie says:

    If anything, putting Johnson in the public view will harm Clinton more than Trump.

    Trump is the polarizing force, the one who everybody in the Establishment and media is organizing against.

    For those who are susceptible to the message that Trump is poison, they still need an alternative. Therefore, Clinton, Johnson, and Stein will all function as “alternatives to Trump” and split the non-Trump vote.

    Different groups will choose different alternatives based on which facet of Trump’s media-fabricated image they don’t care for — one doesn’t like his lack of political office experience, they will vote for Clinton; another doesn’t like his brushing aside global warming, they will vote for Stein; another still doesn’t like his anti-libertarian stance on trade and tariffs, they will vote for Johnson.

    We saw what the splitter strategy accomplished in the primaries — too many choices to make sense of, too many non-Trump groups backing too many different alternatives. It cleared the way for a Trump landslide in all but the most hostile states. We’ll see the same thing in the general.

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  38. truthandjustice says:

    Of course Fox is having Evan McMullin on – promoting him as having some real chance of winning.. He’s creepy…..just as expected.

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    • Marc says:

      Another MORmON drone from the CIA with dirt to hide from a Trump administration. These people know the things we’re not allowed to know and they can’t let somebody that’s not in on the NWO into office.

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  39. Ace says:

    The mobsters have thrown everything but the kitchen sink at Trump since a year ago…he’s still standing. They don’t have much left. Rope-a-dope.

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  40. Father Thyme says:

    Many of you have been following this campaign closely for over a year and are likely have a much more comprehensive understanding of the inside baseball than the average person going to the polls in November. You are as much a target of the Uni-party disinformation campaign as they are and the goal is to demoralize you as much as it is to mislead the average voter.

    Since the conventions, I’ve had to dial way back on the amount of media I consume because it was negatively affecting my mindset. Now, I watch the local weather report in the AM and a few minutes of Lou Dobbs in the PM and that’s it!

    If you’re feeling anxious about the election, my advice is turn off the MSM coverage and see if you feel better…I know I did.

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  41. Great summary of how we got here. Just remind your open minded friends how we got here and why the GOPe has to go. That article before the Ryan primary was a spectacular list of GOPe failures and why they lost legitimacy to lead the party.

    Talk to the Bernie crowd who want serious real change, but don’t have a full grasp of the issues, to be polite. Many who felt the Bern are sick of the same stuff we are, but don’t waste time on his radical supporters.

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  42. Marc says:

    I think the media is lying about their anonymous sources within the Trump campaign. Daily now, they tell us a source close to the campaign has told them Trump is upset at his staff, his family and Manafort can’t control him, he’s worried about losing, etc. I think there is no source and the media knows we have no way to prove it. They are lies and MSM journalists are nothing but corporate puppets.

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  43. Mark Peirano says:

    POLL WATCHING – How about poll monitoring(?)
    1. Form a website that coordinates volunteers to video tape or take pictures of voters as they near/enter polling places in jurisdictions that will have the highest likelyhood of voter fraud.
    2. Have volunteers post video and pictures with time/date stamps & GPS location embedding enabled on their phones/cameras.
    3. Using facial recognition software available (for free on many site like picasa) find the Pete-and-repeat voters, etc.
    4. Post real evidence of voter fraud if found.

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