Sunday Talks: Newt Gingrich Discusses Upcoming March/April “Inflection Point”…

Newt Gringrich appeared on Fox News Sunday this Christmas morning for an interview with Chris Wallace.   Substantively this was a good presentation by Gingrich who does a great job this time explaining administrative/executive “Trump”, and common sense as it applies to Trump foreign policy.

At the 07:45 point the discussion turns toward governmental contractors and the DC lobbying community etc.

A key moment also comes at the 10:50 point of the interview where Gingrich identifies something we previously discussed in the primary election: the scope of the swamp, and the predictable “there are trillions at stake” fight.

…”they’ll reach a crisis point; where they are going to look in the room at each other, they’re all winners; and they’re going to say either we’re going to be more reasonable and get along with the city, or we have to become even more unreasonable and break the power structure that’s opposing us. My hunch is they’ll pick the latter”…

I think Newt’s hunch is correct.  That inflection point, timed around the delivery of the first Donald Trump budget to congress, is the epic battle many of us have been waiting for.

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It’s going to be one hell of a fight, unlike anything we have ever witnessed in our life.

That predictable defining moment is going to be a bloody fight, a Thunderdome political battle per se’, and it will either forever break the back of Washington DC – and the UniParty, or there may not be a Republican party.

Prepare yourselves accordingly.  My spidey senses lead me to predict we will need a massive “spring or summer” march on Washington DC to support Trump’s efforts.

…Have Tar, Bring Feathers !

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195 Responses to Sunday Talks: Newt Gingrich Discusses Upcoming March/April “Inflection Point”…

  1. jefcool64 says:

    I’m excited for the U.S-China showdown myself (I just get the feeling the media will eventually have no choice but to concede our guy is a mastermind negotiator. That would be the day)
    This D.C showdown though is the big important one. The establishment is going to fight tooth and nail all the way to the bottom.

    And we’ll be ready

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    • I’m excited, period. The overall battle(s) all involve the main showdown. Trump and friends against the psychopathic “one world” totalitarian feudalist scum…

      All roads lead to Rome… per se.

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    • Why China? Why is China suddenly appearing on the public radar screen? Are we being gaslit (sp?) again? Is the UniParty trying to bring George Orwell’s vision to life – three great world powers, Leaders always saying one was bad, the other two were okay?

      In the world’s approximately 6000 years of written history, there have been many long periods of total peace. (with occasional regional skirmishes) Why not now again? MUST we ALWAYS have a big, bad enemy to fear? Especially since we are the biggest baddest actor on the planet.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        China has been a brewing problem for at least two decades. The problem is now becoming unavoidable. I would not consider this gaslighting but I am suspicious of why the media is hammering on this. I suspect it is to both malign Trump and deflect attention from Obama’s colossal foreign policy failures in the Middle East which have shown themselves to be disasters.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Investing, China has been on the North Coast’s radar for decades, especially after China joined the WTO in 2000 or 2001 (uncertain of year).

        It is the economic war that China is waging on the U.S., systematically stealing our manufacturing and intellectual property. Research Peter Navarro. China recently expressed alarm over Navarro’s appointment in the PEOTUS Trump administration. The North Coast held joyous parties.

        A good place to start is http://crouchingtiger.net/
        and the documentary Death By China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMlmjXtnIXI

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I would say that the DC showdown is simply Act I of the China showdown.

      China had all her pawns right where she wanted them. She lectured America on how to fix itself, even giving us a set of directions about budgetary restraint, knowing full well it would NEVER happen with their girl Hillary in the White House, and all the Chinese subversions in place. And then Trump comes in, picks up the fake prescription off the table, and says “We’ll take it.”

      Genius.

      Nobody wants a hot war with China. But this cold economic war, fought by only one side, and fully funding Chinese militarism with our economic implosion, is going to end.

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    • Fabio says:

      There is a reason why Obama is not leaving D.C. They all know that soon it will be all over for them and their cronyism.

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  2. If congress fights trump he will expose each and every individual of uniparty and will bring the case to the people! Remember he is elected by the people! He knows the power behind him and will use it! Like you said SD he will break both the parties! Do you remember long ago Wallace asked trump if he was planning to take over the Republican Party? This is it! It will become Trump’s party! Get ready to march! It will be another interesting spring!

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    • USinrearviewmirror says:

      Barry found and exploited as blackmail the dark secrets in Chief Justice Robert’s closet; hence Roberts violated his oath of office. Ryan, McConnell, almost all of them are filthy. The DJT attacks you saw in the primaries & general were nothing compared to what he will unleash to expose these traitors when they reject his plans to benefit Americans socially, politically & economically. He’s laying low now, a lion waiting for his prey. 25 days.

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      • Dr T says:

        I thought exactly this when I heard Jack Palladino make some very funny statements about his wishes for 2017. One of the wishes involved stating that he wished for Michelle to go back to being a man again . Well.. all these people have really wicked and sinister things in their past and upon hearing it was Palladino who stated this I thought to myself that it was a veiled threat to uncover the ugly truths about this First Couple that we all suspect . These statements came 24 hours after the infamous UN vote against Israel. I believe the message is: You either cut it out now or the jig is up and you will be exposed for the whole world to see.

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    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      Absolutely. Weeks ago I envisioned Trump calling on all us peeps and the equivalent of 4 or 5 (or 14 or 15) of his biggest rallies to come to the Capitol and deliver the message in no uncertain terms to Congress. We saw it happen in Sept. 2009 ( I was there; it was YUGE) and it can happen again with a flick of Trump’s finger. Millions are ready, willing, able and rarin’ to go. Oh, and Bikers for Trump! It will be a landmark event – or however many are required.

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  3. Southern Son says:

    Feathers?
    Check!
    Rail?
    Check!
    I’m in…

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  4. missmarple2 says:

    Great opportunity here. I am ready to rumble!

    I have developed a loathing for many of the GOP big shots, including Ryan, McCain, and Graham. Their platitudes no longer ring true, and all I can think when I hear them is “Who is paying you off?”

    I also have the same feelings for the “perfect conservatives” who look at the minutiae and lose sight of the goal. (Mark Levin, George Will, etc.)

    Anyway, I am ready for a fight, and I will do everything I can to promote the Trump agenda.

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  5. trapper says:

    I’ll weigh in on this one. It is imperative that PE Trump and everyone who works for him remember that we did NOT send him to Washington to surrender to and get along with those who damn near destroyed our country and who are still trying. They should all also remember that this is not PE Trump’s movement. It is our movement, the American peoples’ movement. We just put him at the front of it. Do the job we sent you to do or we will send someone else.

    Oh, and memo to the DC Uniparty. If you can’t deal with Trump, if you co-opt and undercut him, you will REALLY not like who we send next.

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    • stonedome says:

      tip of the spear

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    • Just a little quibble, take out “PETrump and”. Trump knows and doesn’t need a reminder. Otherwise you are spot on.

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    • mrboxty says:

      Yeah, just remember that Trump is a fighter but he won’t win all the fights. Maybe he’ll only win 50%. But that’s enough to win the war against liberalism whereas leaders like McConnell and Ryan that will only fight when victory is guaranteed are therefore useless as leaders.

      Don’t lose hope when Trump gets beat back because you know he’ll get back up on his feet and charge back in.

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    • Betty says:

      Donald Trump is just as important to this movement as we are – who else is there who could fill his shoes in just what he has done these last two years – Name one person.

      I believe that God put Donald Trump here to do this job, just as we are here for the same job. I believe that God hid Donald Trump in the hollow of his hand till the time was right. And that God purposely let Donald Trump appear to the globalist as a clown who they could easily defeat and need not fear – till it was too late.

      I don’t know why God chose to bless us with this new awaking but I am glad He did and I don’t think it is just for us He works.

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      • Dr T says:

        I think He blessed us because He sees all past present and future . The amount of evil these people have knowingly participated in is so grave that He knew this was the time that we would all be ready to see His plan and we did. You know the phrase “All in God’s time”? That’s why it’s happening now. I have faith that we will now win all battles against evil with PE Trump . God does work in mysterious ways but He sure has a sense of humor also and wanted to see us have happiness again . Personally , I’ve been laughing (Mao ) everyday since Nov 8.

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  6. The Devilbat says:

    I have my walking shoes all ready for the march on Washington. The media of course will ignore the march completely or they will report the number of marchers by about two percent of the real numbers. Mr. T will do far better if he starts by arresting the swamp creatures en masse.

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    • Sandra says:

      “Mr T”. I like that!

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    • grannysue says:

      Arrest them. Our military had they done their job properly would have arrested Obama the minute they caught him conspiring with the enemy and doing all the lawless acts he did. That is what they say when sworn in, they will protect us from enemies both foreign and domestic. Obama is a foreign agent I think. Especially since Arpaio said the birth certificate is fraudulent. WE know little about Obama but Hillery is just as crooked and so are the Bushs. In fact, read the criminal history of the Bush family if you ever have time. It is a real eye opener. They are nothing but common criminals. And, if Trump does not bring up 9/11 he will be tossing aside his promise to drain the swamp.Building seven fell without being hit by an airplane, Marvin Bush was in charge of security of the twin towers, the Bin Laden family was flown out of Houston when all the planes were grounded right after 9/11. Trump as a builder knows what to seek. He knows the truth. Don’t know if he will ever touch it but I think he should.

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      • Anton says:

        Building 7 fell because a large chunk of one of the towers fell on it, setting in on fire and destabilizing it. At one point, a fireman on site said the interior fire was seven stories tall.

        http://debunking911.com/pull.htm

        The engineers and architects of the World Trade Center say the official explanation is actually the correct one. The design of those buildings was unique. When buildings are demolished with explosives, they fall from the bottom up, not from the top down. The steel support columns softened enough for the floors to literally slide downward. Had explosives been involved, it would have taken hundreds of demolition experts months to plant the explosives, and they would have been caught early on. Of course, people heard explosions; many of those offices and storerooms contained combustible products and chemicals.

        Do you honestly believe thousands of firefighters, policemen, and others conspired to bring those buildings down? And not one of them has come forward? The only conspirators were the monsters who flew the planes, and the monsters who funded and enabled them.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Trade_Center_controlled_demolition_conspiracy_theories

        http://debunking911.com/

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        • nobaddog says:

          Skyscrapers dont implode when they catch fire.

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          • Anton says:

            Normal buildings don’t, but the floors were wrapped around round steel columns that softened. Once the top floor slid down, it took the next one down, and so on. Gravity brought them down. The people who designed them have already stated that this is what happened. They pancaked. None of the engineers who have disputed the report has been shown to have expertise in this field; all engineers are not created equal.

            http://debunking911.com/civil.htm

            The site debunking911.com has everything one could possibly need to discover what happened, including videos and photos carefully cropped or deleted by conspiracy theorists in their “reports.” These same conspiracy theorists completely ignore the hundreds of eyewitnesses to the plane hitting the Pentagon, insisting to this day it was a rocket. People believe what they want.

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        • Dr T says:

          Two suggestions for you:
          1) Watch the YouTube video of Trump being interviewed by Levin 2 days after 9-11. He is asked his opinion as to how these bindings collapsed . See what he says: there had to be explosives in those planes or somewhere . He seems befuddled as to explaining this, the most prolific builder of tall buildings of this time
          2) watch how he points out 9-11 to Jeb during the last debate Jeb was on. Jeb bailed out the next day. During the next debate when Jeb was no longer there, George H W Bush ( known as papa Bush) showed up and made a “cut throat” sign to Trump . Watch it on YouTube.
          I had been scoffing at this “conspiracy theory ” until 3 months ago when I looked into this. I can’t accept many of these things as coincidences ( nor proof) but I know that due to the amount of gaslighting we’ve been exposed to , I must keep an open mind and be vigilant and aware.
          Eyes wide open from here on.

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          • Fabio says:

            I don’t know what happened on 9-11, but strange stuff that I can’t explain happened that day, like a 757 hitting the Pentagon and part of a landing gear as the sole evidence of a debris field. Dr. T, I, like you, follow Johnny Cash’s advice: “I keep my eyes wide open all the time.”

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        • telerider says:

          Anton, you need to do alot more research, that’s all I can say to you. Start with the actual architect of the World Trade Center and how he designed them and go from there. Also, neither the jet fuel, which burned up on impact, nor office fires will ever, from 9/11/01 til forever, get hot enough to melt the asbestos covered steel girders of the WTC much less soften them enough to collapse. Please note the 9/11 Commission never addressed why Building 7 collapsed. Good luck to you in your endeavors.

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          • Anton says:

            This explains in detail about Building 7’s collapse.

            http://debunking911.com/pull.htm

            Scroll down. Note the photographs not shown on conspiracy sites, including the 30-storey hole in the building’s exterior caused by falling debris from the World Trade Center collapse. Note the testimony of the firefighters on site when Building 7t burned and collapsed. Note the zillions of links. And note the references to conspiracy “videos” that conveniently cut before showing what amounts to a complete debunking of themselves. Leaving out evidence is called lying.

            Steal poles running through floors don’t need to reach melting point for these floors to slide down them. And never before in history has a passenger jet flown directly into, and exploded inside, the top floors of an extraordinarily tall skyscraper, so how can you state what jet fuel will do, especially in a building full of combustible materials? Jet fuel STARTED the fire; building materials and contents took over from there.

            How many steel engineers do you need to tell you this? How many hundreds upon hundreds of investigators, including engineers, firemen, policemen, and scientists does it take to get through? The entire 9/11 conspiracy was invented by a kid making a mockumentary called Loose Change, which he freely admits is fantasy. He doesn’t believe in 9/11 conspiracies, and never imagined that viewers would fall for his put-on. Shots of nothing, spooky music, and ludicrous questions do make for a real conspiracy. The Globalist P.T.B. may be able to pull off wars and economic collapses and yes, even false flags, but they can’t manipulate thousands of honest, intelligent people to engage in, and cover up, what would amount to the greatest government mass-murder in U.S. history. You give more credence to conspiracy theorists who were not there than you do to the heroic people who were…for months.

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            • telerider says:

              Floors that slide down?! Sure, OK, that would get by an engineering review. Additionally, the buildings were designed to take a direct hit from a commercial passenger aircraft. Made from aluminum. Crashing into asbestos covered steel. Setting fire to fire-rated office furniture and carpeting that burns at a low temperature as evidenced by the black smoke of the fire emanating from the buildings. Keep trying.

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              • oldiadguy says:

                “Minutes after the south tower collapsed at the World Trade Center, police helicopters hovered near the remaining tower to check its condition. ”About 15 floors down from the top, it looks like it’s glowing red,” the pilot of one helicopter, Aviation 14, radioed at 10:07 a.m. ”It’s inevitable.”

                Seconds later, another pilot reported: ”I don’t think this has too much longer to go. I would evacuate all people within the area of that second building.”

                Steel weakened by the fire failed. Simple as that.

                Take Care

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                • telerider says:

                  If even true, pilots are not structural engineers and would be reporting on the only three steel framed office building to ever collapse from fire, something they would have never even seen before. And these buildings were not not subjected to extreme heat from either jet fuel (relatively cool kerosene), or standardized fire-retardant furniture and carpet in addition to the steel beams of the building being encased in asbestos. One of the big problems with the WTC was the asbestos in the buildings! NYFD firefighters in the buildings reported that fully expected to contain the fires. So, not so simple as that.

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          • Paul Henry says:

            Anton is right and you are mistaken telerider. The freaking planes brought down the buildings not some dumb, dark conspiracy of maniacs. I am sorry but it is simple as that.

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      • Dr T says:

        I agree with you that PE Trump knows the truth now. I believe many white hats knew it also and revealed it to him this past year or two. I think this has been part of his spiritual transformation throughout this year. All in God’s time. Just watching this has been a spiritual reawakening for me and I suspect many others .
        Evil is being exposed by God Himself . That’s my belief

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    • nobaddog says:

      They will know we are there and Trump will let America know we stand with him. Im ready to go more now than ever before. I will be wearing a red hat!

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    • Betty says:

      Don’t forget we have our own media now.

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  7. MrE says:

    There are more of us than there are of them. We have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Their most powerful weapon – the media – self-destructed during the election. I have no doubt who will win. MAGA!

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  8. Okeydoker says:

    No one is more vile than rat ryan, mccain, linda graham, flake, dirty harry reid, mcconnell, and about 50 more rinos.

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    • agree! I have to add Murkowski to that list

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    • beaujest says:

      Hatch !!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Add that worm Ben Sasse, Bob Flores down in Texas who’s district PE Trump easily won.

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    • You forgot the biggest swamp pelosi!

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    • grannysue says:

      Those sons of B’s have been arming ISIS. They have nuclear shelters they go to hide in. They were deliberately taking down our nation for the NWO globalists, our nation was standing in the way. Obama was supposed to take guns away during his presidency.We came a hair’s breath from being destroyed from within. The night of the election, I read when they refused to call Pennsylvania and other states, the powers that be planned on stealing this for Hillery. I read, it may be wrong, but that the military stepped in and told the powers that be we will not allow you to steal this election for Hillery.
      It gives me faith that the military finally stepped in and began to do their job here in the states.Why do you think Trump is putting military in high places in his administration; to send a message to the cabal. We can thank the white hats and the military who have been working for us, “we the people” for this election and the wikileaks folks who helped expose Hillery and a whole lot of other people. Some people have died putting the truth out. We should pause and give thanks to the countless men and women who put their lives on the line to expose the crimes and just what was going on. May God bless America!

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      • Betty says:

        “Some people have died putting the truth out. We should pause and give thanks to the countless men and women who put their lives on the line to expose the crimes and just what was going on. May God bless America!”

        I am so glad you wrote that grannysue.

        Here, right now, I bow my head and say God please bless them, give peace and joy to those who died and safe shelter to those who still battle.

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      • SSI01 says:

        It will stay in my memory until my dying day, watching all those states going for Trump that should have gone for Clinton, and how the last three held on, and held on, and held on, with 97% of the vote counted for several hours. I’m retired from LE, 23 years “on the job,” part of it in intel analysis, and I do NOT believe in coincidence. There was DEFINITELY something going on behind the scenes, with major actors involved, while those state voting results and the subsequent “call” for the candidate were delayed and delayed. I may not live to see the reporting about that, but someone is going to write a book about who was visiting or calling the HQ of the major news organizations, and who was in the room where the calls were being placed from, and what kind of force was being brought to bear both ways, trying to steal this election and on the other hand letting the true voice of the people be heard. I am convinced we came far closer to anarchy and then a dictatorship on that evening than we realize.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        Very well said. I think Sundance is right about the GOPe choosing to fight a Trump presidency. I also think that, for once—perhaps for the first time ever—they’re at a tactical and strategic disadvantage. Trump has an aroused constituency backing him up. All he has to do is ask and millions of supporters will swamp the Republican elected officials. They’ve never experience anything like that before. Trump knows it and they know it.

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        • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

          They have but they ignored it. 9/12/09. It was just us with no standard bearer. Now our standard bearer will soon be PRESIDENT!

          Millions will answer the call! D.C. won’t know what hit it and the lying enemedia won’t be able to hide the truth.

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    • Americat says:

      Tom Cotton… Watch out for Tom Cotton.

      Attendee of multiple anti-Trump and RINO meetings, CFR,
      and now trying to win approval and following of Trump supporters
      by parroting Mr/PEOTUS Trump about 2-3 days after Trump
      makes an important, controversial announcement.

      Actually, it is fascinating to watch how Tom Cotton is grooming Trump supporters.
      Cotton seems to be a TOOL of the Globalists….
      and he seems to be ….. undetected as of yet…

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  9. deanbrh says:

    I was mighty impressed at the HINTS at niceness from Chris and especially from George Will. George admitted Trump did a “brilliant” campaign and admitted the country was the mess Trump said it was and admitted the Trump style worked, against all odds. But what i liked the best was the interview of Jerry Falwell Jr. who did an EXCELLENT job explaining why Trump got 80% of the Evangelical vote. I had vowed long ago to never watch Chris Wallace again, because of the way he skewers Trump, but we had our Christmas yesterday so I was being a veggie, too tired to turn the channel and Chris surprised me by being civil and acting like he MIGHT be working to save FOX from becoming as irrelevant as CNN.

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  10. Omer Causey says:

    A march on Washington may be a grande finale on the budget fight, but between now and then we need to win the confirmation fights. Trump has the capability of maintaining, and even expanding, the grassroots reach of the social media he used so successfully during the campaign.

    Imagine the impact if every Congressional District, and the counties and municipalities within them, had a “Hometown MAGA Committee” whose members could be rallied by well timed Twitter posts to phone, fax, email and snail mail their Senators and Representatives demanding that they confirm Trump’s nominees and support his legislative agenda.

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    • My Congresspeeps are hopeless, except for the lone Republican from the rural part of our state. The rest just collect pay checks and show up every once in a while to talk to a select few bored and uninterested citizens and two or three fellow Dem party members.
      Why? Because all Dems can be counted on to vote the “right” way (they can do it in their sleep…or from jail), and the rank-and-file need not get excited until it is time to vote for them again.

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      • adoubledot says:

        Are you in Maryland? Cuz that’s exactly we have here: 7 hopeless Dems and the lone Republican, Andy Harris, representing the eastern shore.

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    • grannysue says:

      They broke our spirit. We called our elected officials multitudes of times to ask them to please not vote for Obamacare, to please not pass the trillion dollar budgets and they totally ignored us. They work for us, we do not work for them. They forgot who pays them nor did they seem to care. I went to a Christmas party recently and a woman I know is from New Zealand. She recently went home before the election and her famly told her how horrible Trump was and what a great woman Hillery was. She voted for Trump but she said it goes to show you, they are using propaganda all over the world and the people believe it. Scary to know how much control and power the globalists have. They literally controll all media outlets and the people who work for said media outlets are selling their souls by putting out globalist news. I hope Trump can change that somehow.

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      • SSI01 says:

        Stop giving these people that much respect. They don’t earn it. We don’t elect them – we HIRE them. They work for us. We need to stop showing them deference 100% when we deal with them if they are not doing their damnedest to carry out our instructions to them when they were hired. You do not show deference to an employee – no matter how well he dresses – who fails to carry out your wishes or do your bidding. Talk to them as an equal, or better yet, as a subordinate. No kowtowing.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Excellent idea.

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  11. Jay Edwards says:

    Gingrich is a loose cannon…but he can go on the shows as he likes…but why does anyone in the Trump administration go on any of these shows for any reason

    The media are committed, inveterate left wing activists– they are not biased, which could be addressed. They have a conscious agenda to advance left wing ideology and leftward social change.To that end, any dishonesty, disinformation is deemed legitimate.

    As activists, they will never stop attacking — being ” fair and balanced ” is antithetical to advancling this left wing agenda….so why continue to go on these goofy,silly shows full of dishonest, pseudo-intellectual windbags ?

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    • Agree think Trump administration should bypass media and go direct. Just like Trump noted NBC left off part of his statement concerning nuclear arms. But I’m not going to second guess Trump, he’ll deal with it in due time

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      • Trump administration must educate the current non-supporters. You innocent Treepers have no idea how these people think. Since I have countless relatives who are leftists, I’m sad to say, I do know how they think. It will take a MASSIVE effort to get even the simplest ideas through their thick skulls!

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      • MaineCoon says:

        Direct Connect.

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        • SSI01 says:

          Hear, hear! One way to bring the MSM to heel quickly is stop filtering ANY news through them at all. Let Trump talk to us using the same type of media that carried his rallies, and so on. I don’t think his staff realizes yet that when you convene those daily press briefings, you are showing your dependence on the MSM to get your message out. Stop that nonsense and talk with us directly. The President can give us a weekly or monthly run-down over 30 minutes on what he’s doing, what he’s trying, what’s working, what isn’t and why, and who is standing in the way and the arguments they are using to block him. We as his voters do not want a sanitized version protecting the people who are blocking what we want – we want to know what they are saying about us and about what we want done. They should have the courage to publicly state and defend their positions.

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  12. Howie says:

    Many scalps will be taken.

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  13. R-C says:

    Chris Wallace is insufferable. Period, The End.

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  14. Albertus Magnus says:

    What pissed me off is that jerk from WSJ and Will. They believe that Trump does not have a guiding vision. They are wrong. It is simple.

    America First. In All Things. No matter what.

    That seems to me to not only be a GREAT vision but really the ONLY vision that a CiC should have.

    Try it. Consider any issue, foreign or domestic. Then consider it from what is in the best interest of AMERICA. You will COMPLETELY understand every position Trump has taken and ALL of his appointments.

    Simply the road to American Greatest again!

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  15. Albertus Magnus says:

    And MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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  16. litenmaus says:

    I recently received a 2016 Christmas email from COC ally & TPP advocate Montana Republican Senator Steve Daines. Compared it to last year…

    2015 was a family photo with the words Merry Christmas and the scripture Isaiah 9:6. ‘Paid for by Steve Daines for Montana’

    2016 is a family photo, the words Merry Christmas, the scripture Isaiah 9:6 with this additional addendum:

    “Steve Daines is a fifth-generation Montanan, life-long sportsman and father of four serving the people of Montana as their Senator. Steve is committed to always putting Montana first as he works to bring real change to Washington and fights for more jobs, less government and common sense solutions to get our country back on track.” Paid for by Steve Daines for Montana

    The Montana Senator doesn’t face serious opposition for reelection at this time and it appears that he is hoping to cultivate of being a Trump supporter, just as we saw UniParty candidates cultivate their persona as tea party members. Fool me once…shame on me….

    Have Feathers – Will Travel

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    • litenmaus says:

      should read ‘he is hoping to cultivate the image of being a Trump supporter, just as……..’

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    • fedback says:

      Looks like something Trump could have written

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    • Americat says:

      Thank you for your attention to Daines… COC / TPP advocate!
      We, too, received that email!
      Your comparative evaluation is excellent!
      Yes, indeed, Montana Steve Daines is SNEAKY

      and definitely wooing this Trump supporter!
      We are quite disturbed that Daines had our email, probably swiped it from good guy Rep. Zinke via the RNC!

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      • litenmaus says:

        Montana is a wonderful state but IMO it has two very poor Senators.

        Nothing unusual for Daines and Zinke to have both received your email address from the source of either the Montana Republican Party or the Republican National Committee. If you wish to be taken off of Senator Daines emailing list there is an ‘unsubscribe’ button at the bottom of his Christmas email.

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  17. markstoval says:

    There is a very serious point being made here. The country was headed towards a socialist totalitarian nightmare, and it is still very close. The Trump movement needs to break the back of the deep state, the bureaucracy, the Republican elites, and the socialists in both parties. If all Trump does is “govern better than Clinton would have” we will have lost.

    The country needs vast reformation. The power at the center must be reduced and the SC needs to be filled with people who can read the constitution and know what the damn words mean — not make it up as they go along. The federal red tape machines (pick a bureaucracy, any bureaucracy) must be reigned in or eliminated. The federal education department has got to go as does the federal financing of the socialist universities and their near 100 percent Marxist professors.

    The battle is coming and if we lose this one we may never get another chance.

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    • quintrillion says:

      essential points, agree 100%.

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    • Agree and the work has to be done in the right order. For example, if the “power at the center” is reduced too much and too soon, there won’t be enough power to get rid of the federal bureaucracies and do other swamp-clearing stuff.

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    • MVW says:

      “and their near 100 percent Marxist professors.”
      Sadly, it goes all the way to kindergarten. I don’t know what to say for encouragement to the sheer horror of the level of indoctrination in our education institutions.

      Only the remembrance that God is our only refuge, and that in essence that is what we must stand on.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      In addition to the wall and fair trade agreements, one of the very first reforms must be fair, honest voting. Without that we haven’t a prayer. I believe Trump won the popular vote, even with Cali and NY. When the enemy counts the votes from machines and there is no check on who can vote at the polls or the accuracy of the voting rolls, truth, justice, and the American way have no chance.

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  18. don welch says:

    tens of trillions and hundreds of trillions worldwide are at stake. trump will be lucky to see july 4th.

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  19. jupitercomm says:

    I could go into my usual (& accurate) spiel about how Newt’s strength & weakness is his intellectualism, that he’s a scholar, that he’s always reading extemporaneously from mental notes. But Hannity put it even better than I could (I think). He explained that the Republican Revolution Newt led in 1994 failed b/c of a miscalculation. Newt & the GOP correctly calculated that the people wanted change but mistakenly assumed they understood the platform. That is, the GOP failed to educate the public what it is they were getting & just started passing or trying to pass legislation, giving the media & Dems too much latitude in framing, etc

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  20. E, ROBOT says:

    Newt Gingrich is a dangerous monomaniac and he should be removed from making public statements. If anyone takes down Trump, it will Newt.

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    • Major Styles says:

      Interesting point. I do note that even though Newt has supported Trump (albeit grudgingly) he seems to have a bit of professional jealousy that Trump has garnered the public favor in a way that Newt never could.

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      • E, ROBOT says:

        Recall that Newt caused the collapse of the conservative movement when he took up with an overweight middle-aged woman who worked in his office and by doing so, he showed that not only he, but all those who came after him also had woman problems just like bubba and Hastert also had young boy problems, so we lost the high ground — fast forward to Obama.

        Gingrich is smart, but his desire for attention overshadows it

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        • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

          He’s always interesting to listen to, but he’s so smug and narcissistic about his intellect. When he gets cute with himself I turn him off. He is his own favorite audience and it’s a bit like watching a genius 4 year old showing off. Small doses only.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      After Newt said PE Trump wasn’t going to use the term drain the swamp, he had to publicly several times claw back that ‘boo boo’ statement. He even referenced PE Trump’s correction of him. I thought Newt was rather humble. He might be salvageable.

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      • Americat says:

        But Newt’s facial expressions have changed
        since his “drain the swamp” misstatements.
        Does not appear as open and “honest” when he discusses Trump.
        More guarded, contemplative, with less free and easy smiling.
        …Newt is still all out for only himself, and not happy he was chided.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      He will always be a danger, but if used carefully and well, he can be a great asset. He needs a leader to contain his egotism, jealousy, and just plain doing the wrong thing. He has so many talents, his goofs and lightning strikes with a kind of evil alter ego are almost mind boggling.

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      • ediegrey says:

        For me, it is really hard to trust GIngrich. I have always disliked him (former democrat unfortunately) but I have liked many of the good things he says about Trump. Trouble is he wasn’t for Trump til late in the game. Cannot be trusted but usable in some circumstances. Whatever they were selling in the nineties never came across like Trump.

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      • E, ROBOT says:

        Trump has enough on his plate and plenty of excellent people to help him, he doesn’t need to babysit Gingrich. He should have been kicked to the curb decades ago. He’s another one who was always the smartest kid in the class who didn’t reach his potential because he lacked character.

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  21. lubyankafh says:

    Can I picture in my mind a Pro-Trump rally in Washington comparable in scope and volume to one of El Marco’s photo essays http://www.lookingattheleft.com/

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  22. missmarple2 says:

    To avoid having to go to the trouble of making a march on Washington, I suggest everyone speak out in every venue possible supporting Trump policies. Start in by writing Senators, Congressmen, and you local GOP officials. Make it plain to them you expect them to not block his agenda.

    Expand to Facebook, Twitter, and whatever places you post to other than here. Don’t foget to hit articles in Washington Post, CNN, etc. Sure, they might delete your replies, but make them waste time doing it!

    We are going to have to wage this battle and do it with every bit of energy we can muster!

    Donald Trump stepped forward to help us. It is our duty to help him succeed.

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    • Write letters to editors of your local papers. Use only your own words and make the letters brief. You often can just fill in an online form of letter to editor, otherwise, you can find the paper’s email address on their website.
      Know that form letters are ignored. Senders are considered mind-numbed robots.

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  23. ledeplorable says:

    I have already contacted my Congressman and Senator to put them on notice that I expect them to support President Elect Trump. The first shot across the bow has been fired.

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  24. PatriotKate says:

    The first step in this is making phone calls on January 3 to your Congressman/woman and Senators and also to McConnell and Ryan.

    I plan to tell them that Americans elected Donald Trump for his vision of REFORMING our government, that we will be watching them like hawks. That we will not tolerate them playing games and attempting to sabotage President Trump’s agenda and that it’s anything but business as usual. If they think we’re going to sit down, shut up and go back to sleep after electing a Reformer, they are just as delusional as they were before the election thinking Mr. Trump had no chance of winning. In fact, I will tell them that, if they failed to see Mr. Trump winning then that simply confirms they have been out of touch with Americans for some time now.

    It will require constant activism on our part to support this agenda. We cannot let Congress to attempt to pass their own agenda.

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    • Your Tour guide. says:

      I think it’s also important that they will be judged by the company that they keep,
      and we’re keeping track of that by votes, and in the media. Maybe we’ll have to be
      more specific. Let them know that if you see or hear about them acting in cahoots with
      Graham, McCain, Ryan, McConnell, Flake, Sasse, there will be down the line ramifications.

      If McCain et al fall in line and don’t try to undermine things ( doubtful), then the guilt
      by association doesn’t apply.

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  25. I say bring it on, suckers.

    I’m really pretty fed up with these traitors to America.

    A man will fight pretty hard to keep his freedom.

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  26. Risin'Tide says:

    It’s must see in real life! Love the tar and feathers reference – so true. MAGA!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Thomas K Adamo says:

    I like Newt. He ain’t perfect, by any means, but he’s usually pretty insightful and does a pretty good job of explaining what’s going on. As we saw this week, his mouth can get him in trouble and, at times, he’s a little TOO willing to work with those across the aisle. That said, he’s quick to realize when he’s stepped out of bounds and will usually get back in line as quickly as he stepped out. As he said during this interview, Trump let him know he stepped out of line.

    I hope he’s right and DJT takes the fight to Washington, it’s what he said he would do and it’s actually what needs to be done. Someone needs to be the one to break the back of the Washington power structure and bring it in line with the average American citizen. I’ve seen the rare Democrat comment admitting the country outside DC, LA, NY and Chicago is completely different and Democrats really don’t know how to deal with it. We’ve also seen this truth from the comments of those currently leading the Democrat party saying there’s no need for them to change anything that what happened on election day was either Russian influence or an anomaly. I’d gladly take time off work to march on Washington for real change. Lol, they should call it the Million Trump March. Lol

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  28. deplorabledaveinsocal says:

    We’re gonna need a lot of tar and feathers… Heat the tar pots with burning coal to make the libtard’s heads explode. We better start raising chicken for feathers now though. On the day of the demonstration, we barbecue the chicken over the coal after the tar pots are empty…

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  29. Sandra says:

    I like what Jerry Falwell Jr said at 33:46:

    [Jesus] taught personal charity. He didn’t say “Go vote for somebody who’s going to take money from your neighbor and give it to the poor”, he said “You help the poor”. So it doesn’t absolve us to vote for somebody who’s going to promote welfare.

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  30. The Other Donald says:

    The last time I marched on Washington I was young and wrong. Now I’m too old for such an undertaking. It will probably be necessary though, as D. C. is very rat infested, and needs an army of exterminators to cleanse it of it’s predatory vermin.

    I’ve been lurking around here since Trayvon and George, but this is my first comment.

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  31. KBR says:

    “and as you said in 140 characters or less. Is this any way to conduct foreign policy?”

    Matthews wants foreign policy conducted via speech, edited and rehashed firstly by “foreign policy advisors” and secondly by the press.

    Yes, this is an excellent way: direct from the CIC, brief, to the point, and immediate.

    Nip it (spin) in the bud before press can tell us and foreign nations what to think, what he meant, what we should be feeling, what they should be feeling, what it all means, what should have been said, their faux-psychic readings of what the President thinks, what the foreign leaders think.

    Ie: SPIN. We don’t need spin. Propagandizing everything.

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  32. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    On Nov. 8 we did not win the war but rather gained entre to the battlefield. And now, let the battle be joined. God be with us!

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  33. John Adair says:

    Lasso
    check
    Hangman’s noose
    check
    Ready to “Drain the Swamp!”

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  34. itswoot says:

    Book on “Political Jiu-Jitsu In Ten Easy Steps”
    Check!
    Membership in tar and feather buying cooperative.
    To Do!

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  35. Reality Wins says:

    What I find amazing is the stupidity of the global elite. They introduce the Trojan Horse of radical islam in an effort to destabilize Western civilization so they can profit from the destabilization. How many do they have to kill and destroy before they finally feel they are rich enough? Are they too stupid to see that patriots can climb into that very Trojan Horse and roll it into their safe spaces?

    The globalists better watch their step because when people have nothing left to lose they decide to play to win. I keep having a vision of patriots around the world donning burkas, head-to-toe, and raining havoc down on these smug idiots. The elites and their buddies in the muslim brotherhood have made it politically incorrect to stop and question anyone in a burka. You can’t even question a man in the getup because what it he’s identifying as a woman that day. So imagine patriots going “full metal burka” and what that would look like. The global elite no longer safe in their neighborhoods, their elite restaurants, their vacation resorts, their ski slopes (avalanche, anyone?), all the places they go where us normal mortals are forbidden.

    Remember the final heist scene from the 1999 version of The Thomas Crown Affair? Substitute burka in place of bowler hat and you can see that the authorities would be powerless to stop thousands of patriots donning burkas. You going to stop everyone of them? They would have to outlaw the burka and that horse has left the barn and they let it out.

    Here is the clip… Sinnerman, where you going to run to, indeed.

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  36. dianeax says:

    We have elected an exceedingly brave man…I feel so hopeful!

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  37. So excited for this showdown!

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  38. satmfs says:

    I watch a little of that interview. Wallass needs to be frozen out, no more interviews with Trump, his spokespeople, supporters, everyone.

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  39. joshua says:

    CTH is in jeopardy of being taken over by negative postings and ridiculous new posters. Gotta leave for awhile and hope the SD and the administration take charge of this site which has ALWAYS been carefully managed.

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  40. Timmy-the-Ute says:

    First march is one week after Trump’s inauguration with the March for Life on the 27st. 😉

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  41. Marc says:

    I still don’t trust Newton. He was and is still pro-NAFTA and I believe he’s more of an outsider to the Trump apparatus than he would have us believe. I see Newt as an opportunist only using the Trump rise to get attention and, of course, sell his latest book(in stores now).

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  42. ZurichMike says:

    I am more confident that Trump will bulldoze the whores in Congress. No budget, no signature. House hasn’t produced a budget in 8 years — and now all of a sudden they will be pretending to be fiscally responsible? Not going to work. Trump has already mortally wounded their biggest supporters: the so-called mainstream media. And if Trump starts using Executive Orders to gut ObamaCare and other wasteful programs, Paul Ryan will have to spend less time primping for the cameras and more time figuring out his real job. Mitch McConnell will roll over like an old dog because his wife is in Trump’s cabinet.

    More popcorn, please!

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  43. rsanchez1990 says:

    Newt knows this, and yet he still let himself get baited by NPR into saying Trump won’t Drain The Swamp.

    I hope he did get a talking to from The Donald. Sounds like he did, because he’s pushing the Trump message 100% again.

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  44. Kathryn Sower says:

    Can we get rid of Paul Ryan? He is a traitor and has a good part of narcissistic, delusional tissue.

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  45. Pied Piper says:

    A large problem is that flaccid Republicans spend enormous amounts of time reacting to bait cast out into the public discourse by the corrupt and irredeemable mainstream media. We cannot fix the MSM but we might be able to either kill them of. If we can, we should. Throw some Viagra over to the Pubbies while we are at it.

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  46. BigMamaTEA says:

    Sd, (I’m busy archiving some year end stuff) Typo up top, one I frequently make also. Gingrich, not GRIN- ch, which is my opinion of Newt roughly 40% of the time.

    I corrected on my end, for the record.

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