March 15th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #55

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884 Responses to March 15th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #55

  1. MrE says:

    LOL! PJW is awesome.

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  2. JT says:

    why do these unelected out of touch judges keep striking down Trump’s lawful executive orders? its pure garbage.

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    • If you look at it fairly, the previous travel ban was legally weak in several different ways, mostly because it was too vague and overly broad in scope, and the implementation was downright botched by being rushed. That made any new order attempting the same goals also vulnerable, and a federal judge in Hawaii has just put it on hold. They still have grounds to portray it as being religious-based profiling, thanks to statements about the intent made by Trump staffers. The new ban is definitely better written, but I don’t know if that’s strong enough for challenges.

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  3. fedback says:

    The judiciary will destroy themselves.
    It was predictable that this would happen. They will always be able to find some activist judge.
    But the public will lose trust in the judiciary just like they lost trust in the fourth estate.
    It will backfire

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    • majorstar says:

      That’s not sufficient. Allowing rogue Leftist judges to destroy the fabric of our country doesn’t constitute a fitting penalty. They actually *want* that to happen. No, they must be removed and prosecuted personally. Without 60 votes in the Senate it will be hard to impeach them, but there’s got to be another way. Whether its restructuring the courts to effect a purge or something else, they cannot be allowed to stand.

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  4. citizen817 says:

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  5. wyntre says:

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  7. decisiontime16 says:

    http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/5359593983001/?utm_source=campaigner&utm_campaign=On_air_3-15-17&cmp=1&utm_medium=email#sp=show-clips

    March 14, 2017 – 3:20 – Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight ” on the Fox Business Network to discuss government corruption.

    Topics: Surveillance -“soft coup” against the President – and more..

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  11. Keln says:

    I swear the next person who tells me Roger Stone’s alleged car accident is further proof he is being targeted by the CIA because “they tried to kill him with radiation” is gonna get an earful from me.

    I’m sick of this stuff. That guy is so full of crap. If the CIA, or any such agency, really wanted to take him out, he would be dead. He’s still kicking because he is a non entity. He is only important in his own addled mind.

    And if you want to tell me about his “being poisoned by radiation” and “secret high power x-rays” in airports…come at me bro. I will set you straight with “Science!”.

    Sorry to bring this up, but this garbage keeps spilling over in discussions about our current battle with the Left and the Deep State, and it is just getting ridiculous. Frankly, I’m tired of it and it makes us look ignorant. Stick to facts and use salt liberally when it comes to people like Alex Jones and Roger Stone, who run fast and loose with the truth on a daily basis.

    Being right sometimes is not license for being believed 100% of the time. I don’t even believe everything Sundance says just on its face, even though I consider him to be one of the most prolific and prophetic pundits in the game of punditry.

    Practice some flipping skepticism every now and again people. And if it’s a topic you don’t really have much factual knowledge of, either study it to gain some understanding, or let it be.

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    • suncc49 says:

      He was likely hit by an illegal alien of some sort… so common for them to hit and run around here for years. In my City they get DWI’s and then get let go like nothing happened.

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    • Atomic Betty says:

      Lol. I agree. Stone wants to be relevant so badly.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Keln, “He is only important in his own addled mind.” Duh, you think? It’s like he’s always jumping up and down saying, “Look at me; I’m important too.”

      He either has to up his meds, or down them, whatever the case may be.

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    • Criminals often DO make mistakes. They are not God. The CIA are pretty much bumbling idiots. Count the shooters it took to assassinate JFK. Or refer to the fake birth certificate they posted online for Obama.

      Then we have the CIA losing complete control of their arsenal of cyber weapons.

      More idiocy.

      They’re incompetent just like many people these days, from store clerks to senators to law enforcement.

      Not too smart.

      I’m not saying CIA had anything to do with Stone’s accident. However, the argument that there’s no way CIA could be involved based on they are somehow perfect killers is absurd. Even they screwed up on the election fraud and allowed Trump to win. They DO and often make mistakes. In fact, it is quite possible that they have already attempted assassination against Trump and bungled it. They’re infallible humans not God.

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      • One would first need to accept the flimsy premise that Roger Stone is in some way important enough to be a target.

        I don’t.

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      • MVW says:

        The DNC guy killing was accidental and the robber got spooked after killing him. Sure. All those people that surround Hillary, Vince Foster, the guy with the barbell that fell on his neck, we are just reading too much into random occurrences.

        Where is our proof?

        All the calls for violence from even Loretta Lynch. Snoopy. Those are just overheated people. And Project Veritas, no doubt that was just faked footage.

        And Trump’s claim of wire tapping was just trolling.

        Want more?

        Play you game of gas lighting, have fun with it… And Loretta and Bill snakes on a plane was just about a friendly visit, to talk golf and kids…

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    • soozword says:

      Come on Keln, don’t hold back!!! 🙂

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      • Keln says:

        Lol…sorry, I just read some stuff around the internet and it was getting really stupid. I had to vent. I can always depend on my fellow Treepers to let me do so and then laugh with me afterwards.

        I do get very concerned about some of the “crazy” that comes out in discussions on “our side”. It does us no favors. Let the Left own the crazy.

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    • G3 says:

      Just happened to look at his twitter- interesting post 22 hours before his accident.

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    • That’s two brilliant comments by you today. You’re on a roll. (I also liked the one about the origins of Dutch and German immigration to the American colonies.)

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      • Keln says:

        That was a fun one to write. I started with just a little blurb of something I knew, sounding like a know-it-all, then looked some stuff up to make sure I was actually right, and then got into a lot of reading about it.

        I really had to pare it down a bit in the end. It’s such a fascinating subject (the immigration one). Like I said in that post, I’ve got some more reading to do on it 😀

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    • Roger Stone is the same as John McCain – media hounds who can’t stand it when their names are out of the media. Two sides of the same coin.

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  12. Lucille says:

    President Trump’s “Axing Wasteful EPA Program that Gave Leftist Groups Millions…” has been called “Racist”!

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/03/axing-wasteful-epa-program-gave-leftist-groups-millions-racist/

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  13. MrE says:

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    • Cowwow says:

      Mike Huckabee just gets better and better!

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    • StateSovereigntyNationalUnion says:

      Love the comment!

      But T45 is way too smart for that. The left will be litigating every single thing hoping to provoke an executive ‘overreach’ that they can use to start impeachment proceedings. But he is way ahead of them. If the State of HI opens up a gateway to refugees that leads to a terrorist act, responsiblity would clearly fall on the courts and on the left who pushed the cases.

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  14. MrE says:

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  15. Eric C. says:

    So, a district judge in HI uses “campaign” rhetoric to stop actions of a President that are clearly lawful, but we have to ignore the ACTUAL words of a President: “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan” “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” or the best one “The average family will SAVE $2,500″………I hereby declare the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Unconstitutional because President Obama, while actually in the position, said it will lower premiums which based on his ACTUAL words as President was the intent of the legislation and clearly that is not the case. The ACA violates the Commerce Clause of the US Constitution because it affects interstate commerce because people have less money to travel and buy goods across state lines due to the ACA raises the cost of healthcare.

    Seems logical based on a ruling handed on in Hawai’i today.

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    • BakoCarl says:

      I look at these rulings in the federal courts as the short game . . . little skirmishes to expose the enemy and its strategies. The long game, the big battle, will take place and be won in the Supreme Court after Neil Gorsuch becomes a member of the court.

      Not win the war, just the big battle. Expect many more such battles in the war!

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      • Eric says:

        I completely agree. The left is just annoying.

        We have to save the environment, but we need to let in an unlimited number of billions of people regardless of the environment impact because it is their “right” to immigrate here.

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        • I think his referencing campaign talk to interpret official actions of the President and justify his ruling is an obvious fatal flaw in his opinion and shows he cannot properly rule in this case and he should have recused himself because he is unable to view the discret actions of a President seperate from campaign statements of a candidate , he is carrying a built – in bias against the President’s actions based on campaign rhetoric

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    • G3 says:

      Hey Hawaii- Back in 2007, O believed in marriage was btw. one man and one woman- how’s that for campaign rhetoric?

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  16. getfitnow says:

    The Puerto Rico Bailout may be the reason Preet Bharara was asked to resign.

    Article indicates fraudulent Puerto Rican bonds were knowingly sold by Wall Street. Schumer and other senators made sure the law made it impossible for defrauded investors to sue, and protected the fraudsters.

    The corruption runs deep and wide along with the unbridled hubris of these crooks. I’d like to get sundance’s take on this.

    https://www.thecaribbeanradio.com/commentary-the-real-reason-new-york-us-attorney-preet-bharara-was-asked-to-resign/

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  17. ALEX says:

    It was good to hear the President mention the right and left wings of Republican Party on Tucker and how it’s all a negotiation. He sees himself as the arbitrator and will not sign a bill that doesn’t help his constituents…

    I think that’s being missed. He is not 100% behind Ryan’s bill. He even mentioned repealing the bill. sending it to Senate and running against the Dems as it fails…

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  18. Pam says:

    You gotta love POTUS. This really needs to happen.

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  19. citizen817 says:

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  20. A federal appeals court judge says President Donald Trump has the authority to block foreign travelers and courts must defer to the president’s judgment in decisions about who should be allowed in the United States.

    Judge Jay Bybee of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said in court documents filed Wednesday that his appeals court colleagues were wrong when they refused to immediately reinstate Trump’s original travel ban.

    The Trump administration later revised the ban. A federal judge in Hawaii blocked that version on Wednesday. Bybee is a nominee of President George W. Bush.

    Bybee says judges cannot investigate the president’s motive for the ban as along as he provides a bona fide and legitimate reason for it. Bybee says the president had done that

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_TRUMP_TRAVEL_BAN_LAWSUITS_THE_LATEST?SITE=MYPSP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2017-03-15-21-48-42

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  21. fedback says:

    In the Tucker Interview Trump mentioned NY Times’ article about wire tapping. Funny

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  22. Pam says:

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  23. MVW says:

    Libtard / Soros / CIA/ whoever, basically brownshirts, are using stalking then violence on key Trump supporters. Typical intimidation since Trump is not being stopped and the media and narrative has miserably failed.

    So, the next level has started. Targeted violence. Get the word out. Take precautions. Travel with others for safety sake.

    It is going to be a bumpy ride until Trump kills the spiders in the center of the web.

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    • MVW says:

      Just as reference today radio host Savage was attacked in a restaurant and in a separate incident, Roger Stone’s car was rammed in the side in a hit and run.

      The second incident is more than a warning and not the first attack.

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  24. Martin says:

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  27. Katherine McCoun says:

    April Ryam, White House “reporter” has now made her Twitter private. One day too late to prevent us from finding out how financially ignorant she is

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  28. Finalage says:

    I hope this is an annual cut. What the media won’t report is how much their respective budgets were increase year over year under Obama

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  29. Finalage says:

    Budget plan out. Trump pays for his increases

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  30. SharonKinDC says:

    Some doubted Stone’s poisoning claim. However, he did post pics and SOMETHING caused him to break out in scabby pustules all over his face. Then the ramming incident today, on the same day Michael Savage was attacked. I don’t think either was an attempt to kill, but I’ll bite on the low level harassment. Not CIA, but perhaps a D Brock type ‘activist’ job. Actually, the Stone incident reminds me of that journo who was killed on the West Side highway in NYC. Same sort of thing, iirc. Hit and run.

    This account does have some witness testimony and the car did come out of nowhere, hit hard, reversed and sped off.

    http://miami.cbslocal.com/2017/03/15/trump-advisor-claims-hit-run-could-be-russian-hacking-scandal-retaliation/

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