President Trump Enters Phase II: “Hire American” – Wall Street/GOPe Prepares to Fight Back…

…”There are trillions of dollars at stake”…

In addition to the content, pay close attention to the timing of policy delivery and the sequencing within the policy delivery.   With the outline of the visa suspension as lead-in toward a security policy, President Trump is also now entering economic policy phase 2.

It is all connected.

Within the larger economic construct of “America First”, the underlying supportive policy is easily seen as “Buy American, and Hire American”.  For the Phase One  “Buy American”, President Trump rolled out an aggressive push to leverage corporations and manufacturers to reinvest in U.S. manufacturing and U.S. production facilities.

While President Trump continues to push the economic benefits of domestic production, distribution and manufacturing. Phase Two is directed at the “Hire American” half of this equation. However, President Trump’s expressed security policy on immigration and refugee status suspensions overlaps on the employment aspect within “Hire American”.

Now President Trump fights the “BIG CLUB”:

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Watch closely and you’ll note how many significant corporations come out in opposition to the Visa restrictions.  Their opposition is not about security; their opposition is, in no small part, because their strategic business models necessarily include the import of foreign workers.

The corporations who will be most vocal against the security visa executive action, will be those business interests who rely upon non-U.S. workers.  The America electorate is about to discover just how many foreign workers are inside the U.S. economic system.

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Here is where the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Wall Street and GOPe Republicans can be predictably anticipated to attack the White House. Pay very close attention to these oppositional voices and compare them to the 2016 primary and general election voices and you will discover they overlap identically.

President Donald Trump is entering into the phase of greatest concern to those who attended the Sea Island Strategic Meeting to destroy Donald Trump.

In March of 2016 an exclusive list of top tech executives, billionaires, donors and influence agents gathered at a secretive meeting with key leaders of the Washington DC UniParty.  The meeting was to discuss their plans to destroy the candidacy of Donald Trump.  The meeting took place at the exclusive enclave in Sea Island Georgia.

The Sea Island meeting itself was entirely “anti-Trump”, the gathering was almost exclusively discussions about how to rid the primary process of the outside insurgency that was Donald Trump.  Unknown to most, the group assembled also contained so of the original members who constructed the 2016 primary election splitter strategy:

[…]  the same people who attended the Sea Island Georgia meeting, the same people who fund the UniParty, the same people who create Washington DC’s legislative priorities, were constructing a Clinton/Bush win-win scenario. (link)

A few of the billionaires included: Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google co-founder Larry Page, Napster creator and Facebook investor Sean Parker, Tesla Motors and SpaceX founder Elon Musk. Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, Arthur Sulzberger publisher of the New York Times and billionaire Philip Anschultz who owns Sea Island.

It is critical to accept who the political attendees were – including: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), political strategist Karl Rove, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), Republican Sens. Tom Cotton (AR), Cory Gardner (CO), Tim Scott (SC), Rob Portman (OH) and Ben Sasse (NE).

There were many more “#NeverTrumper’s” including: Energy and Commerce Committe Chairman Fred Upton (Michigan), House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA), Representative Kevin Brady (TX), Cathy McMorris-Rogers (WA), Budget Chairman Tom Price (GA), Financial Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (TX) and Rep. Dianne Black (TN).  (read more)

These are the corporate lobbying interests who fund K-Street on immigration issues with special interest on visas and foreign employment.

President Trump’s Q-Beam is shining into the part of the UniParty swamp they try to hide from public view. Limo-liberals and Vichy-Republicans will immediately unite. President Trump’s policy of “Hire American” is another existential threat to their collective interests.

Watch closely.

The Visa suspension from the seven states of concern for terrorism, places the edge of the Q-Beam light right near the UniParty holy grail of unfettered employment immigration. Foreign and domestic corporations pay the UniParty big money to keep the U.S. economic doors wide open.

Many of these corporations have used off-shore “inversion” to avoid taxation; and while they a registered as corporations in foreign countries, they simultaneously pay the UniParty to keep the physical location of their home office in the United States.  Under the inversion scheme, these corporations are also able to pay employees as “contractors” and “independent” consultants, providing the executive employees with a favorable income tax position related to their country of nationality.

It’s a scheme. Tom Donohue, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has made hundreds of millions from his organizational efforts toward the benefits of those corporate interests.

Anticipate seeing media reports discussing companies who are trying to settle the nerves of their registered visa employees etc. Within these reports we will be able to gauge the scope of the foreign workforce operating inside the United States. Remember, Rupert Murdoch – Fox News, is one of the primary oppositional voices to this specific policy.

Immigration is where we will all easily identify the hidden UniParty apparatus as it pertains to corporate interests. Immigration is where the GOPe will no longer be able to hide. The republican half of the Uniparty have been paid tens of millions to facilitate open-door migration and ridiculously lax visa programs therein.

When President Trump’s security policy nudges into the geography of the employment immigration policy we can predictably expect to see all those Sea Island Georgia voices rise up in opposition.

Remember, technically it’s not about the security – it’s about the money.

It’s always about the money!

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578 Responses to President Trump Enters Phase II: “Hire American” – Wall Street/GOPe Prepares to Fight Back…

  1. georgiafl says:

    As I recall – Obama administration was PAYING companies THOUSANDS of $$$ to hire foreign workers. In addition, the government/US citizen taxpayer was paying for housing, food stamps, medical care for these low wage employees.

    The Obama administration and several others going back to Bushes were promoting jobs for immigrants, paying tuition for foreign students, creating and continuing bad/unfair trade deals that cut out American manufacturing, and working many ways against US CITIZENS/WORKERS/STUDENTS.

    They should be punished for this.

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  2. T forTTexas says:

    So we need illegal aliens to do the jobs Americans dont want to do. Then we need H1B workers to do the jobs Americans WANT to do. Meanwhile all the Congress
    Critters WONT do their jobs!!

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    • repsort says:

      “jobs Americans won’t do” do not exist.. We’ll do any job for the right wage. We need to call those jobs “Jobs Americans won’t do for a slaves wage…”

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  3. zephyrbreeze says:

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  4. zephyrbreeze says:

    They were “literally crying” over the temporary ban.

    ” Dozens of staff members of DHS’s Refugee, Asylum, and International Operations Directorate (RAIO) – which provides immigration and urgent humanitarian services to people fleeing oppression, persecution, or torture – were slated to fly out to posts in the Middle East and North Africa this week

    “Hey, did you know that a major function of the Department of Homeland Security is to provide immigration services in foreign countries? Officials are understandably upset that they cannot complete their chartered mission and may even be redirected to what they would surely see as unrelated tasks, such as homeland security.

    “Ruppel acknowledged that much of her staff had come to RAIO with the understanding that their work would largely involve granting asylum approval to those fleeing hardship around the world, and that Trump’s order appeared to threaten that reality.”

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/01/trump_causing_homeland_security_officials_to_break_down_in_tears.html

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  5. Libertyvibe says:

    While I understand the corporate greed of the business leaders (although I think they shouldn’t be allowed to get away with it), the presence of the US political leaders (many NeverTrump Republicans) is stunning! These people are no good, treasonous, dirty, filthy, bastards. SHAME ON THEM!! They are taking bribes from these filthy Communists to destroy our country, at the expense of the American worker. They should be outed. They should be FIRED. THEY SHOULD BE SUED BYE THE AMERICAN PUBLIC for their betrayal. TREASON!!

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Tim Scott is disappointing. Wth is going on in SC with their choice of Senators? I know SC well and find this change bewildering.

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      • William Ford says:

        The Carolinas is being inundated by Yankee liberals fleeing the dying northern blue states. They bring their crazy politics with them and are infecting the voting patterns leading to “moderate” RINOs.

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      • darcy says:

        I have an especially harsh word for Tim Scott: You have betrayed the people who trusted that you were telling the truth when you ran for Congress; but I surmise that when you were selected to fill a Senate seat there were lots of strings attached to that offer, as I see how easily you’ve been turned since joining the Senate club.
        Shame on you.
        Major disappointment!!!

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        Tim Scott was one of the worms who attended the meeting on the island. He also supported Rubio so you know that he doesn’t put America First.

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

    Well done, as usual!

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  7. zombietimeshare says:

    …”There are trillions of dollars at stake”…

    For them, not you.

    “Every technological revolution mercilessly destroys jobs and livelihoods – and therefore identities – well before the new ones emerge,” said Bank of England governor Mark Carney in a recent high profile speech.

    He said: “Globalisation is associated with low wages, insecure employment, stateless corporations and striking inequalities.”

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  8. EV22 says:

    Do our business elites really want to live or die claiming that this pause in immigration from Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya, Iraq, Iran, and Syria is a problem for them? Really?

    Just how many IT specialists etc. do they hire from these countries? I’ll guess 0 from Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya and maybe handful from Iraq, Iran and Syria.

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  9. Lanna says:

    One of my senators, Cory Gardner, was at the Sea Island meeting. He’s a freshman, only came in in ’14 after 2 terms in the House. He was a representative in the Colorado House, 2005 – 2011, was endorsed by Tom Tancredo who has a long record of being in favor of strict immigration enforcement.

    However, in 2014 while still serving in the U.S. House, Gardner broke ranks and voted against a bill that would have taken down DACA.

    He’s been given a lot of plum committee assignments and now has been appointed head of the committee on senatorial elections, tasked with retaining GOP majority in the Senate. I bet this also means keeping GOPe in power.

    I think he has serious backing and connections — Philip Anschutz actually (owner of Sea Island). Gardner is from eastern Colorado, the Anschutz family has or had extensive holdings in the area (my dad contracted pouring concrete silo foundations). For years Anschutz was Colorado’s only billionaire. Now #106 on the world’s richest list, into oil, media, sports teams/venues (he’s also a soccer pusher), railroads, resorts, donated $100 million for a new Colorado hospital (and plenty of Indians and other H-1b employed there), has also made a bundle from wind turbines. He’s also leveraging acquiring public lands to enhance his resort, The Broadmoor, in Colorado Springs. Did some sort of a deal in LA with acquiring a “blighted area” downtown and building Staples Center.

    Anschutz also has ties to Colorado’s other senator, Michael Bennet, hand picked by the POS. Bennet was a business advisor to Anschutz. And Bennet and Gardner (who was a democrat prior to switching to republican in college) have ties, work closely with each other. Looks like a win-win situation for Anschutz.

    But here’s the funny part — Anschutz has made millions (he’s actually worth close to $10 billion) from concerts (Coachella music festival is one) and sports. So he’s grabbing the leftist culture youth dollars. Then he donates to conservative groups that many call anti-LGBTQ groups such as the National Christian Foundation and the Family Research Council and climate denial groups, plus the Heritage Foundation, Americans for Prosperity, and he owns the Weekly Standard. Meanwhile taxpayer dollars are being used to fund leftist organizations — Planned Parenthood, NPR, NEA, etc.

    It is indeed all about the money, and we’re all being played.

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    • Rodney Plonker says:

      Agree. As George Carlin said “s a Big Club, and You Ain’t in It”.

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    • cwf60 says:

      Can not wait for Cory Gardner to run for re-election. I hope he has a primary challenger, because he needs to go. It did not take long for him to expose himself as GOPe. He was anti Trump and very vocal about it. What happened to Colorado? You are right, it is all about the money and protecting their positions in the government leviathan. The electorate is only good for donations and votes. We are useful idiots to the elitists.

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      • parteagirl says:

        Colorado recently became the third vote-by-mail only state, joining Oregon and Washington. Hmmmm

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        • Lanna says:

          All mail voting should be eliminated. Too easy to commit fraud by ballot harvesting and no control over who is actually receiving and voting those ballots.

          I received 2 ballots in 2014, called my county elections office and told them about it. They didn’t know, out of hundreds of duplicates they’d had no calls but mine. Glitch in the system, they said.

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      • Lanna says:

        We need a couple of really good candidates, one to primary Cory and one to challenge Bennet. Back when there were local TEA party meetings we had candidates attending and speaking. Ken Buck especially had good conservative and fiscally responsible creds, but he and Darryl Glenn both got mired in the social justice weeds. Cory almost got hung up with personhood.

        Cory talked a good game but at that point his challenge to Udall was a done deal, all we could do was support him to get Udall out.

        It’s a process, flip the seat from D to R, then flip the seat to conservative (or should I say populist). And keep fighting at the state and local levels.

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    • Thanks for the background. Recently I changed from CO R to Unaffiliated. want no affiliation with Gardner or Bennet

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I hope CO can become legitimate conservatives again but I’m afraid the demographic and cultural changes brought by the legal marijuana industry have changed CO for good.

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        • Lanna says:

          There were a couple of successful recalls in the Colorado Springs area, mainly over gun control nonsense. Those victories showed it can be done, and the left is a bit scared. The gov only won re-election by 1/2 of 1% in 2014, due to likely fraud in the Denver/Boulder leftist strongholds, and he had a lousy challenger.

          If there isn’t a marijuana issue on the ballot the potheads won’t turn out. And people are tired of all the crime, ER visits and additional cost that far exceeds any pot tax revenue.

          Maybe it can still be turned around.

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      • Lanna says:

        I did the opposite. When Trump declared I wanted to vote in the primary, found out it was now a caucus but there was straw poll voting. So I changed from unaffiliated to republican, later the state party eliminated the straw poll voting. And you know what happened after that mess on March 1st and the state convention.

        Now I don’t know what to do, stay republican or switch back.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Wow, this is fascinating. Do you have any suggestions for reading more about him?

      Btw, the Coachella libs will be crushed once this gets around more. 😂

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    • Athena the Warrior says:

      Ah yes AEG. They’ve become one of the largest concert promoters replacing Live Nation as a monster consuming everything in sight. The kind of monopolistic power they are acquiring is dangerous:

      http://www.aegworldwide.com/

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  10. seventhndr says:

    The corporations who will be most vocal against the security visa executive action, will be those business interests who rely upon non-U.S. workers. The America electorate is about to discover just how many foreign workers are inside the U.S. economic system.

    Some media fodder to prove Sundance’s spot on analysis:

    Microsoft working with Washington State on suit against Trump immigration order:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-microsoft-idUSKBN15E2IY?il=0

    Amazon Is Working With Lawmakers to Counter Trump’s Immigration Order (for those that don’t know, Amazon (AWS) is the largest cloud computing provider in the world currently):
    https://www.wsj.com/articles/amazon-is-working-with-lawmakers-to-counter-trumps-immigration-order-1485814300

    Apple, Google and Facebook condemn Donald Trump’s travel ban:
    https://www.ft.com/content/3f8a537c-e5ca-11e6-893c-082c54a7f539

    The list goes on… Twitter, Netflix, Uber, Lyft, etc…

    Here is one tech company that has to date hired almost all US workers. Their leader is openly a left wing loon, but because he is not dependent on hiring foreign workers he sees wisdom in Trump’s efforts. He has taken a lot of flak for being on Trump’s Manufacturing Jobs Initiative Team. His company has not been sucked into the globalist model yet, so despite his political differences, he’s on the Trump Train. This is a huge tell in the industry that proves SD’s point.

    Elon Musk’s Tesla Stock Up $2 Billion Since Joining Trump’s Team:
    http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/01/29/elon-musks-tesla-stock-2-billion-joining-president-trump-team/

    Yes, he was compelled to make a political statement about the limited immigration ban, but it was tepid compared to most and took no direct action like Microsoft or Amazon.

    Elon Musk says Trump’s immigration order is ‘not the best way to address the country’s challenges’:
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/elon-musk-says-trumps-immigration-175301940.html

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    • Lanna says:

      I think Musk is scoring close to $5 billion in government subsidies.

      Liked by 3 people

        • Lanna says:

          See my post above, Philip Anschutz is into wind turbines, has blighted large swaths of Wyoming with them. You know he got subsidies. All of these guys take advantage of taxpayer dollars because the politicians are playing for the same team. A portion comes back to politicians as donations. It should be called what it is — money laundering.

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          • darcy says:

            Top on my list is the dismantling of wind turbines.
            You can see how climate alarmism proved useful in extracting billions from taxpayers to pay for them and line the pockets of GE and contractors and foreign companies — a French one included.
            Bird killers by the millions and ugly beyond measure, California’s I-10 corridor is surreal in its dehumanizing towering metal monsters. I refuse to travel that route any longer, coming from AZ.
            But they sure have been useful as a boondoggle to wrest power from the people and deliver it into the hands of filthily-corrupt politicians and their nefarious business partners, shall we say.

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            • Lanna says:

              My mistake on the Anschutz turbines, I was misinformed about the huge numbers of them I saw in Wyoming last year. Don’t know whose turbines I saw but there were lots of them. Anschutz is still getting everything lined up and the project may be killed due to an increase in Wyoming’s wind energy tax.

              It’s not just the turbines either, it’s the transmission lines. Anschutz plans to send power through CO, UT and NV to get to CA where moonbat legislation has mandated a 40% switch to alternative energy and it will fetch a premium price.

              I’ve traveled through way too much beautiful country that’s been blighted by wind turbines.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I see a lot of criticism for this from the tech sphere, saying he is basically promoting technologies that will never work while taking in billions from the gov and VCs.

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      I suspect that Musk is (wisely) angling to get huge support for electric cars and space exploration.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Happy you brought this up bc I was going to ask what others & Sundance think about Elon Musk.

      I know there are a lot of people who think he’s essentially operating a scam w his companies and govt subsidies. I was pleased to see him warn about the dangers of AI but I think he’s also a trans humanist but I could be wrong

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    • IMO Elon Musk and President Trump think alike, they shoot for the stars and have the ability to make their dreams reality If Mr. Musk attaches himself and his brilliance to the globalists he will be just another billionaire in the crowd. With President Trump wanting to re-start the space program, and both having an interest in deep space Mr. Musk is in a position to be in the forefront and have an influence in a renewed space program. Not sure where immigration goes hand in hand with a space program, he is entitled to his opinions and statements. Not even sure that I like him, but feel he is going further faster with President Trump.

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  11. not2worryluv says:

    When the GOPe had the House and Senate under Obama they told us to be patient – to wait til we had the White House.

    Now we have elected a Republican President and they are coming up with more excuses why they think they know what we want!

    Let Ryan, Mc Cain, Graham and every member of the Club know what we want! Phone – email- write in a letter in cursive or block.

    Get ‘Em outta D.C. And don’t let em come back as a high roller lobbyist.

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  12. Mr.Right says:

    I can assure you all, if American knew what happen behind the scene, Trump would have been elected decades ago.

    But the biggest change happen during the first obama term. corporation used the excuse of the recession to do massive relocation/re allocation of workers.

    While fortune 500 where closing divisions in the US, they re -opened in asia.
    While fortune 500 companies where firing people by the thousands, thousands of foreign family where relocated to the US.

    But here is the thing, corporation are not in American and anyone best interest but themselves.
    And thats how it should be.

    The issue is that we have LAWS that promote this behavior.

    What need to be done ASAP is, sadly, an education tax on foreign workers. Where an employer must pay 50% of the salary to the government to be used for EDUCATION spending.

    This can easily be fix by making corporation WANT to hire American.
    Because tomorrow, if they find that keeping a foreigner on the payroll is costing them more then hiring/training an American , I guaranty you, at the next board meeting, they will do major cost cutting and end foreign labor.

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    • SpanglishKC says:

      AND Obama and the Dems allowed them to do all this because it would bring down America while they got paid too. They thought they were only hurting “white” America…you know the bitter clingers. It’s all about payback for that evil man

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  13. Toronto Tonto says:

    Yates was disloyal to the American people and the President, who gave a legal order. Betrayal is precisely what it was, and Schumer’s grandstanding underscored that point. Time for the snowflakes to grow up and call things by their proper name: treason.

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  14. Arjun says:

    Interesting that a Democrat congresswoman from California is proposing a bill to curb H1-B abuse. “The bill mirrors a Trump administration proposal”. This will spur hire American “bigly”.

    https://www.americanbazaaronline.com/2017/01/31/new-h-1b-reform-bill-proposing-twofold-hike-in-minimum-wage-introduced-in-house-of-representatives422045/

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  15. trapper says:

    American citizen tech graduates who couldn’t get work in their fields used to at least be able to find work as a barista to pay the rent. Now Starbucks has announced it will hire 10,000 “refugees” instead of American citizens.

    Hundreds of newly epiphanized Trumpsters come awake every day.

    What the globalists still do not seem to realize, what they continue to fail to grasp, is that President Trump may be the ONLY thing standing in the way of guillotines being erected at the corner of Wall and Broad, or on Utah Ave. Not a threat. Just go to the library and check out a history book.

    Go ahead. Keep it up. See what you get.

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    • John Galt says:

      “Now Starbucks has announced it will hire 10,000 “refugees” instead of American citizens.”

      I had to go meet a guy at Starbucks about a month ago. Two bathrooms, both with man and lady symbols on the door. I was thinking about the Indiana Jones movie: choose wisely. Well, I chose poorly. I picked the bathroom with a defective flickering ceiling light. Extremely intense strobe effect. On my way out, I was thinking about the perfect lawsuit: Epileptic tranny sues Starbucks for injuries resulting from grand mal seizure.

      Seriously, they’re so busy with proggy plots that they can’t fix the lights.

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Additionally, the US is a huge market…as more and more people cannot afford $6 lattes, they’ll be screwed in their US division…and if the US consumer is further killed off, their overseas markets will take a hit, too.

      A good while back, Trump said something about CEO’s. Can’t recall the quote, but in essence, some were good…and others just went from place to place, getting out before their screw ups cost the company too much. (Which is what I’ve thought for years)

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      • John Galt says:

        1 lb coffee = 60 shots of expresso = 30 double shot lattes. Even at full $8 / lb retail, you’re looking at about 25 cents worth of coffee for $6. Cut that to 12 cents if you buy green beans and roast them yourself.

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  16. Bull Durham says:

    The presser with Gen. Kelly was hyenas on meth.

    The General was fine. He squashed them calmly. His sidekick was machinegun legal and shut them up with a blizzard of facts.

    Press is disgusting as per forma.

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  17. Meatzilla says:

    Yes, we have a new POTUS, and he hit the ground running from Day One. Actually — for the first time in such a long time across many presidencies — doing the things that he pledged and promised on the campaign trail without let up thus far. So refreshing and such a thrill to witness and be part of. But, the Fly(s) In The Ointment. We still have the same old turd GOP so-called “leaders” in Congress and the Senate still doing what they’ve always done….. little to nothing else but serving themselves, the establishment, their own personal agendas, and their vis-à-vis cronies whatever their political stripes — whatever side of the aisle they sit on.

    The 2018 mid-term elections will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. These midterm elections will take place in the middle of President Donald Trump’s term. All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 33 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate will be contested.

    Just a mere ten days into President Trump’s presidency and they’re already pulling out all the stops. Mitch McConnell is totally MIA with the Democrats obstructing and delaying the pending cabinet confirmations. All Mitch has done so far is pay lip service, and he’s the damn Senate MAJORITY leader. He has all the control and could compel confirmation votes at just about any time he wants to instead of enabling and coddling these sore-loser obstructionist Democrats. Just like he did all those years with Barack Hussein Obama while Mitch, Boehner boy, and now RINO Ryan sat/sit on their hands and basically enjoy the tormenting of Americans. Democrats ran roughshod across America accomplishing nothing else at all whatsoever but dividing, dividing and dividing some more while simultaneously making life so much harder for all Americans in every way he could from self-defeating onerous regulations to forcing every American citizen and legal resident to buy a product/service whether they want it or not compelled under the full force and weight of OUR US Government – under penalty of oppressive law and steep fines for each and every US citizen and legal resident….. and the GOP did essentially NOTHING to mitigate the vast majority of any of it.

    The GOP so desperately needs to grow a pair, step up, and GET TO WORK!

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    • Toronto Tonto says:

      Deploy the nuclear option and get all of Trump’s nominees AND his SCOTUS pick through in one day. Turnabout is fair play.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Can a filibuster stop the nuclear option? I didn’t think so but now I’m reading otherwise.

        We need Sessions in ASAP and a balls to the wall complete Consitutional conservative on SCOTUS fast.

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    • President Trump is laying the groundwork for a landslide of candidates who will enforce his agenda. By exposing the lying GOPes, the America- last Dems, true Americans, who outnumber the left, will now see the tricks,games and divisiveness and vote en mass for our country first. I think my/our job is to get the truth to our sphere of influence and give it all we’ve got to help i the 2018 elections.

      The Dems are starting now with Astro truf protests, political outrage and smearing of President Trunp and his admin. TV and CNN, MSNBC .,… is not where the war will be fought. It is on social media, Marches and the gaining support any which way.

      Having zero experience in politics, this is what I think. Trump will increase his black vote to 15-20% if he can help the inner cities, education and jobs.

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    • John Galt says:

      GOP can have the Sergeant at Arms can arrest absent Democrats, “like a headmaster chasing schoolchildren.”

      “Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) responded that Republican senators had engaged in a “shameful display” of fleeing the chamber to avoid a quorum call, requiring Giugni to search them down like a “headmaster chasing schoolchildren.”

      http://articles.latimes.com/1988-02-24/news/mn-11822_1_senate-chamber

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    • darcy says:

      It’s not a matter of spine. It’s a matter of character; you couldn’t fill a gallon jug even two ounces full with the amount of personal integrity residing in the House and Senate combined.

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  18. Rino Hunters United! says:

    H1b’s

    Need to move the base salary for any and all H1b Visa employees to $125,000/yr. And adjust it upwards with inflation after that – if not even more. And the application fee to the government should be be $20,000 per application as the vetting and enforcement costs are sky high.

    H1b Visa’s were originated to secure the World’s TOP SKILLS – no for some Inc. to replace mid-level workers with cheap labor from overseas. I would further give current H1b Visa users an aggressive step scale moving them up over 2 years to the same wage.

    All Visa’s should have a rather serious cost – to pay for vetting and enforcement of all Visa holdovers etc.

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    • racerxx says:

      The H1s have always been about cheap labor. There are organizations that actually teach companies how to skirt the regulations. I have personally been let go by 3 places in the past decade. Whoever claims they “can’t find workers” is full of BS.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I was in a job networking group recently with several men who are engineers saying exactly what you are. One mid career age man was in tears saying he was going to try to train in another field – something significany below the intellect of an engineer – bc he can’t support his family. It was heartbreaking. The man was completely broken down. And there were at least 5 others with similar stories.

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    • barton2016 says:

      No they need to just scrap the H1B program. There’s no reason why any company that wants to can’t hire, train and retain american workers.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        I agree. The tech companies are swimming in resources and are given all kinds of incentives by our government. Enough.

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      • Rodney Plonker says:

        I’d also argue that those parking $B’s offshore should be using it for scholarships to US STEM students. Instead they complain that not enough naturalized citizens are getting the right degrees or training.

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        • Tom says:

          When I started my programming career, every company had trainee positions. Three months +- of training, a month of trial, and then you were in or out. Companies like AT&T/Bell Labs even sent you to school, one class per semester, the entire length of your employment. It was thought that you should never stop learning.

          Now ? If you don’t already have the skills, no one wants you even if you are proficient in languages similar to the one you don’t have. Stupid, all so they can hire an H1b at half your rate.

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        • darcy says:

          We have to know that one of the primary purposes of the ACA was to disincentivize the hiring of Americans, as the cost to do so would cut deeply into the bottom line.
          It made hiring foreign workers, Visa holders, so much more profitable.
          The left is cunningly shrewd. Despicably so.
          And the anti-American/transnationalist business men who cheered on ACA? Only an ostrich couldn’t read what was going down. The list of those heralding ACA then and the lists of those today vociferously opposing President Trump on this immigration/H-1(b) issue overlap considerably, I’ll wager.

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      • Rino Hunters United! says:

        The Idea behind the H1b Visa was to move certain top level skill sets into America that we did not have – real top level skill sets – certain people with top smarts who our firms wanted in the US. I do believe those sets exist and I think we should move them here.

        But the H1b is NOT for some mid tier C++ programer or similar. Or some computer jockey that learned a cool program – and that is what it is used for… I have personally hired in H1b’s for a high tech company some years back – it was all about getting a friend to the US from India -they were smart for sure, but it was not like the firm couldn’t find the same skill set here.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Remember Ellis Island where people with diseases were sent back.

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  19. racerxx says:

    Thanks Sundance. I figured all of the “Refugee” hysteria was really a firewall for these co’s trying to stave off President Trump’s [H1] visa changes. And also why Sessions’ confirmation is being held up.

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  20. The idea that sucking up all the worlds talent to the US, leaving he H1B visa’s country with the less motivated, less skilled should be abhorrent to the left.

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  21. Mary kate conly says:

    I’m attending my worldwide sales meeting in Vegas. Yesterday our CEO sent every employee an email explaining our commitment to immigration. Today he reiterated it live to all of us. And he brought Michael Dell on stage to say the same globalist bs. Very disappointed in VMware. I used to be so proud of this company.

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    • SpanglishKC says:

      Check the national of all the tech people. Wonder how many idependent contrators and foreign nationals they have. On the sales side its always the American getting it done. Hard to explain why a foreign national would be selling into an American business.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I’ve been trying like heck to get on w VMWare. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      May I ask if by any chance you’re based in Austin? Wondered when I saw Dell’s name. I saw Dell had been to a meeting w Trump already – guess this tells us how that went.

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  22. John Galt says:

    It seems like Songbird is more concerned about importing Muslims than he was about recovering American POWs.

    http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/mccain-and-the-pow-cover-up/

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  23. kallibella says:

    President Trump has taken it to the globalists bigly!!! This will be an epic fight and I believe he/we will prevail, because millions of people have fallen victims to the globalists’ agenda, and they for the most part live in the rust belt, the blue wall candidate Trump busted through.

    Transnational companies don’t care about the workers, where they live, where they come from or whatever. They only care that they be cheap and cheaper to hire!

    Transnationals have no allegiance to any one country/nation, but rather to their bottom lines.

    Our President has taken it to the enemies of our America First nation, and he/we will encounter severe push back.

    Please let us not neglect/forget to ask the Almighty and Sovereign Lord to protect and guide the man He allowed to become president of the United States. Our President will face constant antagonism and no small number of nut jobs out there would love to take him out!

    Lord, in the name of Jesus Christ, may You surround President Trump with Your strong arm and with people who seek to do the right thing in Your sight. Protect him and all his loved ones, all his advisers and all who work with him to steer America out of the morass in which we have been for many years. May Your Spirit stir the hearts of people, young and old to look to You as the source of all wisdom and all blessings, and set our minds to live for Your glory and honor.

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  24. SpanglishKC says:

    Outstanding SD. Thanks for the Sea Island refresher. The Big Club has not been waiting around to see IF Trump will do anything. You don’t become that rich and powerful because you are stupid or sit on your hands. This war plan they put together the second they new Trump had a chance in the primaries. The evidence of their greed and that the Uniparty’s PUBLIC ENEMY #1 is this TRUMP everywhere. Only the blind cannot see because they don’t want too or are really agents of the Uniparty. Even Trump haters can see that…nah probably not

    Obamacare: http://www.recorder.com/Conservatives-fear-losing-momentum-7785283
    Bezos: https://www.wsj.com/articles/amazon-is-working-with-lawmakers-to-counter-trumps-immigration-order-1485814300
    MICROSOFT: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-microsoft-idUSKBN15E2IY?il=0
    Murdochs: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/murdoch-sons-decry-trumps-immigration-ban-immigration-is-an-essential-part-america-s-strength-9
    Trump Alone: http://thehill.com/homenews/media/316955-drudge-slams-gop-congress-for-making-trump-do-everything-alone
    GOOGLE: https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2017/01/29/google-post-obama-era-aggressively-woos-republicans/rkQXujf2gIZu8iCs5GiIjK/story.html

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  25. andymilken says:

    It is an off topic, off the radar, but the same in the context of “draining the swamp” strategy, and as importance or more. These bastards have been running this country for too long and have been the unstabilized force in the world for all the wrong reasons. http://www.voltairenet.org/article195148.html

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  26. barton2016 says:

    All the globalists in one place at Sea Island. Such a missed opportunity…

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  27. Apfelcobbler says:

    “GOPe prepares to fight back” against “Hire American”. Wow, that really says it all.

    H1B next.

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  28. entagor says:

    Many people are not aware that in 2015 Obama executive order allowed spouses of H1B visa holders to also work in America.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2015/02/27/how-can-spouses-of-h1-b-visa-holders-apply-to-work-in-the-u-s/

    The government estimates that as many as 179,600 people will be eligible to apply for employment authorization in the first year, and 55,000 annually in subsequent years.

    “Allowing the spouses of these visa holders to legally work in the United States makes perfect sense,” León Rodríguez, director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, said in a statement.
    http://blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/2015/02/25/u-s-to-grant-work-permits-to-spouses-of-some-skilled-immigrants/

    That is a lot of Americans displaced in their own nation

    Press kept their lips zipped about that one.

    This is one executive order Trump can undo and the public will back him 1000%

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  30. giddyup says:

    The CoC is very clever. Bring in immigrants from latin america and the ME for cheap labor. They rely on the American taxpayer to pick up the tab for housing,food stamps, and healthcare. Their company bottom line increases. We the American citizens can’t get ahead. It’s always about follow the money. If more people knew that they were subsidizing companies for them to get rich- their heads would explode. Seeing the crocodile tears in Congress reminds me who controls Congress- the CoC.

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  31. oneofthree says:

    Stop importing foreign physicians. One third of our Doctors are foreign born; mainly Asian. Train, buy and hire American. Any argument for continuing this prolonged policy is an insult to our own students. We don’t need the imports. We are not a desperate third world country. Our medical schools have failed in their mission to train and care for our citizens. Our politicians collude with foreign governments. Why has this gone on for so long? It’s a national disgrace. An embarrassment.
    How about using infrastructure funds to build America first medical schools in our inner cities and rural areas using the abandoned buildings there. VA hospitals could be used as the teaching hospitals. Emphasize MCATs and set aside places for local students dedicated to serving their communities. From the start it would have the best students in the country.
    How about giving American students a chance at a rewarding and remunerative career?

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  32. SpanglishKC says:

    Well looky here… Google paid protestors in San Francisco are foreign nationals who work for Google and are afraid Americans will get their jobs. That mean Trump wants to reduce, pause or tighten up HB-1 Visas that’s so anti-American!!! Google will have to pony up more money to pay Americans…that’s wrong! Google has the right to to offshore its corporate headquarters to avoid taxes on profits and hire foreign nationals to replace Americans. To think otherwise is anti-Free Trade!

    http://www.businessinsider.com/google-protests-trump-policies-on-street-but-also-cozy-up-to-republicans-2017-1

    Disclaimer: The above tirade was sarcasm

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