Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 31st 2017…

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer delivers the daily Press Briefing for March 31st:

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108 Responses to Sean Spicer White House Press Briefing – March 31st 2017…

  1. holymercenary says:

    They need to expand the room so that they can dilute the power of the Democrat Propagandists. Even diluting their power by 50% would have a huge impact.

    Liked by 10 people

  2. albrevin says:

    Here’s the strategy the goons are going to try and pull off. It’s already out there what the narrative will be, Evelyn Frakus basically said it:

    1. yes, we broke the law
    2. we had to, it was our patriotic duty b/c
    3. what these documents show is that DJT is a Russian agent
    4. Senate committee finds something in documents/testimony that they can conjure up to make the charge stick
    5. Trump charges that documents are fraudulent
    6. Comey determines they are not
    7. Trey Gowdy questions Comey with fake interrogation, Comey exonerated
    8. MSM, Fed government breathlessly forgives all Obama operatives for doing their patriotic duty
    9. American people crapped on

    It’s important, if Claire McCaskel really did say (from previous audio) that McCain told her they were going to get Trump out as soon as poll #’s dipped…. that’s something that needs to be spread far and wide.

    Liked by 12 people

    • That’s the intention, but it will never fly. Trump has access to all of the information.

      Liked by 6 people

      • albrevin says:

        Several things are key:

        Wikleaks now twice confirmed CIA can fake hacks and make it look like Rusha, Chine, whoever (Marco got played)

        McCain telling McCaskel they plan to take Trump down as soon as poll-numbers get lower (poll #’s, the same ones from b/f the election, John?). Is this confirmed? I can’t find the link that had the file.

        Surveillance began b/f Trump ever won the nomination

        One of Nunes’ initial statements that some of the stuff he saw was “inappropriate” and “had nothing to do with Russia”

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    • FL_Guy says:

      Nice D=Rat Fairy tale but it’s not going to happen. President Trump has means and resources that a regular person does not have. I would guess that he’s known about their schemes for months and if they continue, THEY are going down, not President Trump.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Eaglemom says:

      It did alarm me yesterday when in the senate hearing Mark Warner said they were not only looking at the intelligence given to them from the January report on Russian interference but were digging “deeper into raw data” that might have not been looked over carefully by intelligence officials. That goes directly to your #4….Senate committee finds something in documents/testimony or “raw data” that they can conjure up to make a charge stick.
      I hope the white hats are paying attention.

      Liked by 4 people

      • albrevin says:

        Warner’s comment was a shot across Trump’s bow…. essentially, we’re coming for you.

        Liked by 1 person

          • Southern Son says:

            I concur.
            Pfttt!!
            Schumer FU, threatened Trump about the IC.
            Hey!, FU!!
            The IC is Comin’ for ya!
            Personally, I hope he wakes
            up tommorrow with a horse head in his bed.

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        • FL_Guy says:

          Shot across the bow? That’s like someone with a pellet rifle firing a shot at the Missouri. Unless Warner and his buddies have lived a life that makes them a candidate for Sainthood, they’d best stop poking the lion. My personal feeling is that President Trump is not the person you want to get on the bad side of. JMHO.

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          • And besides, if they even so much as ATTEMPT to remove him, there will be one hell of a crowd of people outside the steps of the Congressional building where millions of angry Citizens will be ready and willing to pull these bastards out of their comfy seats and kick their arses down the street and into the mud. We don’t need to stand for this type of conduct any longer. Bullying, threatening and intimidating others until you get your way isn’t the answer. I’m getting sick of it myself and push is going to lead to shove.

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            • In AZ says:

              My opinion is that citizens need to start showing up at the DC swamp, yesterday, by the thousands to start to let them know we are tired of their Commie BS against President Trump and America.

              These scum bags are looking for a way to change the election to save their corruption and save their communist globalist masters

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            • graphiclucidity says:

              If you really want to hurt the Swamp you get millions and millions of people to do two things:

              1 – Tax Revolt: Stop paying all Local, State, and Federal taxes.
              2 – Bank Run: Withdraw all money from any banking, brokerage account and sell all government bonds.

              If you can get a very large portion of the country to protest in this way, they’ll be on their knees in less than a month.

              Seriously, this is the way they’ll hear us.

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        • Venus says:

          Get a grip. The same people who laughed at the notion that Donald J. Trump could ever be president — who laughed all day of the election until 9 pm that night that Donald J. Trump could ever be president away going to “get him” now that Donald J. Trump IS president?
          Trump supporters need to cowboy up — they can’t stop Trump. If they could, he wouldn’t have beaten $126 million Jeb! and the 15 other tomato cans the GOP said were the “best field ever” and he certainly couldn’t have beaten $2 billion Hillary.

          Why in the world would you take anything these people who have been 100% dead wrong on Trump for 2 years say seriously now?

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Sorry but no! Please take a look at the REAL polling that came out today. Not the BS polling that Gallup, Fox, NBC, Rasmussen ect put out. These morons know what the real polling data says. McCain is losing his mind.

      Some amazing data from the National Association of Manufacturers Survey.
      14,000 manufacturing employees throughout the US take the National Association of Manufacturers Survey.
      The survey has been done quarterly for the past 20 years.
      Prior to the inauguration the percentage was only 56% of manufactures had a positive outlook on the future of the industry in this country.
      The most recent survey showed 93% of manufactures have a positive outlook on the future of the industry in this country (+37%).
      They are also asked if the country is moving in the right or wrong direction.
      Prior to the inauguration only 26% felt the country was moving in the right direction.
      The most recent survey showed 60% believe the country is moving in the right direction (+34% change).

      Folks I don’t want to hear about any polls that show their garbage % of the President’s approval rating. The president of the manufacturing association said in the 20 years of conducting the survey, it has NEVER EVER reached 93%.

      That is the reality and folks are realizing it BIGLY!

      http://www.nam.org/Data-and-Reports/Manufacturers-Outlook-Survey/1st-Quarter-2017-Outlook-Survey//

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      • albrevin says:

        We know that. However, MSM will not drive that so McCains of the world have cover to cite whatever bs poll they can to justify their dirty deeds (done dirt cheap)

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Thank you and agree ‘re fake polling from msm.

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      • rashamon says:

        Excellent points. These manufacturers are The People polling their people, not a cabal with an agenda. The interesting side effect is that people talk to their neighbors, their relatives, their children, their community providers, their fellows so-to-speak. Regardless of what the arrogant media believe, the best, best, best way to develop support remains word-of-mouth over the backyard fence, and this president knows how to gather such ground-up support for his policies.

        It’s a slow process, but reliable and not susceptible to whatever way the wind blows. Once convinced, these supporters tend to stick by their leadership. Moreso when the media and politicians keep stumbling over their two left feet en masse.

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    • holymercenary says:

      There are correct protocols and procedures for when crimes are committed, as they are alleging of Trump. They should have followed those procedures.

      Instead, they are actually alleging that no procedures and protocols existed for executing justice against Donald Trump for his alleged crimes. And that as such, they themselves were forced to commit crimes in order to obtain justice.

      That is, on its’ face, an utterly laughable assertion.

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    • mw says:

      Ah, they don’t get it at all. His poll numbers won’t drop. Ever. They’ll just keep jumping.

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    • ThingsWeTakeForGranted says:

      Thats 2 votes NOT for McCaskell in 2018.

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    • Wow, you’re right, that should be spread far and wide. I somehow missed it, would you have a good link for a busy, busy person?

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  3. Bob Thoms says:

    Adam Housely of Fox should be front and center asking questions……

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/03/report-surveillance-led-unmasking-private-names-started-trump-gop-nominee/#disqus_thread

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    • Bob Thoms says:

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Bob Thomas THANK YOU! Please see my theory below. Sorry for ever calling you a troll.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ziiggii says:

      here’s the article hot off the presses:

      The U.S. intelligence official who “unmasked,” or exposed, the names of multiple private citizens affiliated with the Trump team is someone “very well known, very high up, very senior in the intelligence world,” a source told Fox News on Friday.

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/03/31/intelligence-official-who-unmasked-trump-associates-is-very-high-up-source-says.html

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      • Ziiggii says:

        FTA:

        The minority members on the House Intelligence Committee were expected to visit a National Security Agency facility on Friday to view the same reports Nunes has seen, an intelligence source told Fox News.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        I don’t know where to place this one, but I’m putting it here cause it’s part of this narrative. There are only 2 persons that that could be seen as ‘very senior’ in the IC world: Brennan or Clapper. My money has always been on Brennan – this only adds more fuel to that:

        The origin of the Obama administration’s investigation of imaginary Trump-Russia collusion remains murky, but this much is clear: John Brennan, Obama’s Trump-hating CIA director, stands at the center of it.

        Brennan pushed for a multi-agency investigation of the Trump campaign, using as his pretext alleged intelligence from an unnamed Baltic state. That “intelligence” was supplied at the very moment Baltic officials had their own political motivation to smear Trump.

        “Last April, the CIA director was shown intelligence that worried him. It was – allegedly – a tape recording of a conversation about money from the Kremlin going into the US presidential campaign. It was passed to the US by an intelligence agency of one of the Baltic States,” reported the BBC’s Paul Wood.

        https://spectator.org/john-brennan-and-baltic-spies-teamed-up-to-defeat-trump/

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        • Ziiggii says:

          here’s the Paul Wood – BBC piece quoted in that Spectator article:

          On 15 October, the US secret intelligence court issued a warrant to investigate two Russian banks. This news was given to me by several sources and corroborated by someone I will identify only as a senior member of the US intelligence community. He would never volunteer anything – giving up classified information would be illegal – but he would confirm or deny what I had heard from other sources.

          “I’m going to write a story that says…” I would say. “I don’t have a problem with that,” he would reply, if my information was accurate. He confirmed the sequence of events below.

          Last April, the CIA director was shown intelligence that worried him. It was – allegedly – a tape recording of a conversation about money from the Kremlin going into the US presidential campaign.

          It was passed to the US by an intelligence agency of one of the Baltic States. The CIA cannot act domestically against American citizens so a joint counter-intelligence taskforce was created.

          The taskforce included six agencies or departments of government. Dealing with the domestic, US, side of the inquiry, were the FBI, the Department of the Treasury, and the Department of Justice. For the foreign and intelligence aspects of the investigation, there were another three agencies: the CIA, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the National Security Agency, responsible for electronic spying.

          http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38589427

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          • AmericaFirst says:

            It doesn’t seem to be related, but that October 15 is the day before the Awram brothers left the country suddenly, referred to in the Open Thread.

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          • Southern Son says:

            I have all along believed, and I am still convinced, that Clapper is the Mastermind of all this.
            OBozo defered to him, to Direct it.
            Brennan is the fall guy for Them. This includes VJ.
            Because She has Always been obozo’s puppet master. Soros is the Banker.
            Hang ’em High!

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          • graphiclucidity says:

            These are the same techniques used by Woodward and Bernstein to confirm information during Watergate, almost word for word.

            LameCherry has identified Estonia as the Baltic country and their ex-president Ilves as the source. He/She claims Ilves is a long time CIA asset who runs all the surveillance on Russia in that part of the world and that all of this is a CIA black propaganda job. Ilves also happens to be very close to a very wealthy and powerful puppet master of a man whose third wedding he just attended, wait for it…

            George Soros.

            I’m starting to agree with LameCherry on this.

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  4. Donna in Oregon says:

    Move them across the street, Trump was right they need to get the pressitutes out of the White House.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. conservalicious says:

    I think this was my favorite presser so far. Sean is learning his craft well and the seditious reporters are not liking it!

    Liked by 9 people

  6. fedback says:

    This wasn’t one question Friday.
    It was a spicy press beating.
    Well done Sean and you used the Treehouse material well. Farkas is a household name

    Liked by 12 people

    • BINGO! Hard to get used to honesty, truth and integrity when the American people have been exposed to garbage, corruption, lies, half-truths, and bogus propaganda.
      But I sure love Sean and the Trump Administration

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  7. Bull Durham says:

    The press has too many targets to hit now.
    Nunes, Flynn, NSC, Preibus, and then Trump.
    The best they could do was income taxes. That was hilarious.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. LOL. Won’t work.

    Need proof? One person is in Washington DC while another is on a 3 hour cruise in the South Pacific.

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    • At this stage of the game, it wouldn’t take much for President Trump to start having the sharks eat each other. Democrats thought they smelled blood but they soon discovered the blood was theirs. Feeding frenzy can now ensue if some cards are played right.

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  9. fleporeblog says:

    I posted this in the Presidential thread but it was this press conference that got me to think about the scenario presented below.

    SD I have another theory on this.

    Lets remember this interview from 3 weeks ago. Paul Ryan tried to dodge the original question from Bret Baeir. Bret persisted until Ryan had to provide a response. Paul Ryan was in utter shock that Bret would go there (he took a big gulp and you see his adam’s apple pop 3:33 in the video). Senator Burr a Republican from NC is refusing to go to the WH to see the information that Nunes saw. Why? I think I know why. Our gift from the heavens, Evelyn Farcas, was employed in the DOD until October 31, 2015. We were still 3+ months away from the first primary in Iowa. At that time, Trump was polling really well given the statements he made about Mexicans and John McCain. They couldn’t believe it because normally that would destroy a candidate. SD has talked to us about the splitter strategy to get Jeb to run against HRC. Either person would represent the CoC and Wall Street well.

    I think Evelyn Farkas testimony on MSNBC on March 2nd sheds a light into the fact that the surveillance that was being done on Trump and his campaign operatives started sometime after the polling data. That information on the “hill” was not only intended for the Democrats but for Republicans as well. There intent was to get him out by any means necessary. He was the ultimate “Trump Card” to their plan. I think Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell were provided unmasked surveillance to provide to Jeb and the other GOPe candidates to take Trump out. That night with Bret Baeir for Ryan was like seeing the Grin Reaper.

    Folks, there is no way that Barry from Hawaii will protect the Republicans. If he is going to go down, he will make sure that they all go down. I actually think Barry has left for 2 reasons. Not to be around when the bomb goes off but also to protect himself from 2 bullets into the back of his head. Mike Flynn is the piece of the puzzle that will allow this information to flow freely. The so called immunity request is to make sure that he doesn’t pay for revealing this info. That is why both the House and Senate Intelligence Committees haven’t asked for him to testify nor will they ever ask him to testify.

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    • albrevin says:

      somehow they need to be pressured into taking his testimony. Maybe Trump should use the Breir Rabbit approach….. please don’t talk to Mike Flynn, please please.

      That will get the boobs salivating to talk to Flynn.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        His testimony can be done IN FRONT OF A FEDERAL JUDGE, DEPT OF JUSTICE ATTORNEY ALONG WITH HIS OWN ATTORNEY. Don’t forget Mr Montgomery. Mike Flynn is in the same boat. I think that Pres Trump is letting this play out some more so that more of the VERY DEEP STATE exposes themselves. There are multiple layers as they way I am seeing it and each layer leads back to another…PROOF is what is needed and that is what Pres Trump is going after…CIA citation: “The Truth Shall Set You Free”. And for the Intel peeps…HELL is just a trapdoor away…

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    • missmarple2 says:

      That does not, however, preclude a DOJ official from empaneling a grand jury.

      Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        missmarple2 absolutely not! That is why they tried everything they could to knock him out during his questioning and afterwards with the “Muh Russia” meetings.

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      • Shadrach says:

        They can’t do that, I am guessing, because the information he will want to talk about is likely classified. That stops it from being heard in a public court. Although I’d love to be a fly on the wall.

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    • adoubledot says:

      Being the thin-skinned creep that Obama is, I think the surveillance started with the birth certificate challenge 6 years ago.

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      • missmarple2 says:

        I agree. I would also guess he did surveillance on Arpaio, Corsi, Cahill, Limbaugh, Hannity and probably others.

        Let’s not forget they were also spying on senators.

        This is sort of like a large-scale Chicago machine operation, which seems pretty much par for the course for Obama.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      I lit up Senator Burr’s FB page after that showboat Hearing he led yesterday. I’m not buying his sanctimonious assurances that his committee is not going to be political. The Dems were clear they were going after Trump’s “financial ties” to Russia to try and ‘prove’ Trump is a Russian puppet. Not only that, but every Republican sitting there factually accepted it was Russia who hacked the DNC.
      A lot of time was spent talking about Russian fake news perpetrated on a clueless American public to diminish Clinton in favor of Trump. One of the witnesses, a former FBI agent, went so far as to say that Putin favored Trump because Trump is gullible and repeats “fake news” to the American public in order to foster good relations with him. Not one Republican challenged that guy on his insulting claim. Nor were any of the ‘experts’ challenged on statements from the panel that Putin targets elections across Europe in favor of “far right” candidates. The Republicans should have, at minimum, asked for a definition of “far right.” I certainly would have liked an explanation for that term!!

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    • bertdilbert says:

      When Mike Flynn’s lawyer starts his letter off saying Flynn has a story to tell, should that be taken as a threat to certain individuals? It may not be the story the media wants to hear.

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  10. jwingermany says:

    John Roberts in response to Spicer’s answer to the question about Nunes and “the process”…”I didn’t expect to tap such a deep well with that question.”

    I bet you didn’t, John…I bet you didn’t.

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  11. SR says:

    When and who is going to prison?

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Whoever unmasked Flynn’s name and other names, he/she/they will go to prison.
      They will protect Obama. They will take the hit.

      When?
      When the Russian thing doesn’t fly any longer.
      That could be many months from now.

      Liked by 7 people

  12. fedback says:

    A united press corps trying to undermine the US president on a daily basis
    Very bad optics.
    For the press and journalism as a profession

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  13. jwingermany says:

    Spicer hit it out of the park by comparing President Trump’s Russian “connections” to the Obama administration’/Clinton’s REAL connections.

    However, I have no doubt that the media will proceed as usual as if Spicer never mentioned a word about the subject.

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  14. markstoval says:

    I think it is time for the administration to dilute the left-wing media propagandists that are allowed access to these press briefings.

    I would like to see many representatives of the “alternate” media, the smaller members of the regular media, important blog sites, independent reporters, and perhaps others that I can not think of off the top of my head at press briefings. Why only invite the enemy?

    I would also like to see only questions submitted on a 3×5 card ahead of time. If you can not compose a decent question in advance — then we ignore you. I would allow “follow-ups” to the answer if the reporter can ask the follow up in 15 seconds without presenting a speech.

    ==================
    Dr. Gary North suggested for Trump’s press conferences:

    You have been given a 3×5 card. This card is for one question. Make it a good one. Make it precise. Please print clearly. President Trump will answer it unless it is a national security issue of the highest importance, which is unlikely. So, you really will get an answer. Ask exactly the question you want answered.

    Pass your card to the person collecting the cards.

    The cards will be set on the table at the table at the front of the room. One of you will be selected by the person collecting the cards to shuffle them. Then another one of you will be selected to shuffle them a second time.

    The shuffled pack of cards will be handed to the President. He will answer them in order. If it takes five hours, he will answer all of them.

    He cannot do this if there is constant shouting after each answer. That is why he has set up this arrangement. Here are the ground rules.

    1. Anyone who shouts out a question will be removed from the room. (This will take extra time.)

    2. The person escorted out will be banned from any future press conference in President Trump’s term of office. There will be no appeals. Your employer will have to send another representative.

    3. We will take a video of each ejection. This will be made available to every news outlet. They will also be posted on the White House site.

    http://www.garynorth.com/public/16031.cfm
    ======================

    I think the would work for all press briefings.

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  15. Betty says:

    Thank God for Adam Housley. he seems to be the only one interested about the spying o President Trump and his team by our own country. Unfortunately I heard Chrissy Wallace and Shepherd Smith talking about how Devin Nunez is colluding (they actually said that) with the Whitehouse to distract from the investigations going on.

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      Wallace is a globalist shill. Smith is a Liberal shill. Contempt for both.

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    • holymercenary says:

      They were attempting to plug leaks from their sinking ship. When it was just Trump alleging it, they attacked him to shut him up. Now another leak has sprung and Nunes was alleging it. They attacked him to shut him up.

      Now Schiff & the other members are going to see the evidence. Now FoxNews is officially confirming Trump & Nunes. The ship is springing leaks faster than the Dems can craft a strategy to plug them. The ship is going down.

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  16. joe says:

    A couple of points.
    -Rep Nunes had to go to the SCIF (secure facility) in the Executive Office Bldg next to WH because it is compartmented info that only 8 congresspeople have clearance and access to view.
    -The revelations by former Obama Admin appointee Evelyn Farkus on Mar 2 MSNBC is a game changer and a proverbial “smoking gun”.
    -One cannot investigate Team Trump ties to Russians w/o investigating Team HRC ties.
    -The Obama Admin has numerous examples of abuse of IC surveillance capabilities, obfuscation,. i.e. Clapper false congressional testimony.
    -No evidence of collusion, but the leaks are illegal.
    -Need to re-look mysterious death of Seth Rich, Crowdstrike irt source of Wikileaks DNC emails. Recent statements refute claims of Russian fingerprints. FBI did not examine DNC servers.
    Left always arrogant never expected to lose, panicked after HRC loss, embarked on false narrative to blame on Russian collusion undermine, impeach Trump.
    At this point the Dems are weakening the country. Russian s could not have planned a better op.
    Inside word top official, can one spell Brennan.
    Massive surveillance under Bush turned into illegal political abuse by Obama. Police state tactics, the Dems wanted an investigation, they will not be happy with outcome.
    Sedition, treason, makes Watergate look like child’s play.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      May I ask, in regard to the DNC servers which they did not allow the FBI to examine, supposedly they had been investigated by two different IT companies: Were the Awram brothers referred to in the Open Thread (George Webb) one of those two companies, does anyone know?

      This whole situation just seems like pulling a thread on a huge complicated quilt, and never finding the end.

      joe I certainly hope things end the way you see it.

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      • mw says:

        Betcha they were widely disseminating classified info from DNC servers, and Hillary’s. Yet I bet Bill and Hillary have Obama set up to take the fall

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  17. jwingermany says:

    Sean Spicer came loaded for bear today! I thought it was a fantastic press conference going into the weekend.

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  18. bertdilbert says:

    Does anyone actually think that Trump and Trump team are the only ones that Obama used NSA to spy on? I bet in that pile is a whole list of public and private citizens, just like he used the IRS to target conservatives.

    Imagine if the roles were reversed and Trump was spying on democrat lawmakers.

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  19. Tyler Mckinley says:

    How does Spicer keeps his patience with the idiots in the WH press corps? These guys wait to ask their question. And then the question is: did chairman Nunes enter the building using the north entrance or the south entrance? If I’m Spicer I’m like really? Your news group pays you to show up and ask this question? Really?

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  20. paulraven1 says:

    These press conferences are absurd and degrading. And I’m rather disgusted that Trump allows them to continue; indeed that he allows the most farcical premises of the media and media conduct in this country to continue without a massive and consolidated rebuke by his administration. This rebuke, I was led to believe, would be a principal part of his new approach to government. These “press conferences” do nothing but perpetuate the fallacy that the media has any inherent credibility or legitimacy and that there is any integrity at all to the relationship between the media and the American citizenry.

    There has got to be a better way. There needs to be one, and great and patriotic minds should feel duty-bound to come up with one.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Well, Paul, IMHO, these “press conferences” shine the light on the idiocy and shallow-mindedness of the MSM, exposing the fact that true journalism is a ‘thing’ of the past and highlights the brilliant strategy of Pres. Trump and his A-Team working hard to bring the truth to the American people.
      We the people should be very disgusted with the operations of the ‘news organizations’and that is exactly what the President wants; I’m happy to oblige.

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    • To me, it seems that Sean is no longer selecting those in the back of the room to ask questions. Also, where are the skype journalists? Instead, he has fallen into the habit of selecting the same MSM journalists every day to ask questions. Wonder why?

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  21. fangdog says:

    Trump does not stop the Press Briefings as long as the press continue to exhibit what Trump keeps saying about the press. Trump allows the press to expose themselves for what they are and it is your reaction Trump hopes continues for everyone in America. The press is too arrogantly stupid to realize they are being played.

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  22. US says:

    Reporters should stand up when asking a question at our White House.

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