June 4th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #136

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  1. David R. Graham says:

    Who are we and why do we fight?
    We are sons and daughters of the United States of America and we fight to protect our mother country.
    We are Americans and we fight to defend ourselves.
    We govern ourselves and we fight to preserve that privilege.

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  2. Joe Knuckles says:

    I have a pet peeve about the inappropriate use of the word “rhetoric”. I really wish people, especially reporters, would look up it’s meaning. Example: “Trumps tweets about the London terror attacks reflect much of the same rhetoric he used on the campaign trail”. It’s not rhetoric if it’s letterally true and accurate.

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    • Landslide says:

      Agree 100%. But they want to use it in this deragatory way. Losers. But remember, “Losers are not winners.”!

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    • Rhetoric is a matter of oratorical style, not the accuracy (or lack of it) in the content, Joe. It’s the way you choose to express ideas, not whether or not they are correct. A true statement contains the same amount of rhetoric as a false statement, but a person who communicates more effectively is considered to have more rhetorical skill. Rhetoric is always useful to the communicator, but it may be equally used to express truth well, or to lie well.

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  3. Joe Knuckles says:

    I could be wrong, but I do not expect the virtue signaling Dhimmi-fest in Manchester to be a target for Islamic terror. The message they will be spreading is exactly what the Islamists want, open borders, “coexist”, etc, etc..
    These idiots will be spreading the Islamists’ taqqiyah for them. Why would they want to stop them?

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  4. redlegleader68 says:

    All (and Sundance) a little bird just chirped about “something big” going on in Africa in August of this year. Has a lot of folks paying close attention.

    Anybody got any idea what it could be? (That info couldn’t be passed on to me.)

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  5. StormyeyesC says:

    Ghana Investment Summit (a global event) or the NBA Africa game.

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    • redlegleader68 says:

      StormyeyesC, this is “probably” it as it ‘might’ be an inviting target with a lot of high profile business men and women attending. All I know is it’s being watched VERY CAREFULLY. Just sayin’ …

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    • Alison says:

      Investing in Africa is and always will equate to Elite MoneyLaundering (typically through UN). #DraintheSwamp #DriveThemOut

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  6. Ron says:

    So the news has been going on for 15 or so hours, a Van jumps the curb.

    Anybody notice President Trump called it a ‘Truck’… forcing all the liberals to split hairs and retweet his tweets and correct him “It’s a Van, not a Truck”.

    He is LIGHTYEARS ahead of the competition in terms of branding, persuasion, getting his message out, tying the press in knots, reducing his opposition to spell checking the truth.

    There isn’t anybody on the left with half the intelligence this guy has. He’d win 10 re elections if he wanted to.

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    • KBR says:

      Yep. They ALL printed his tweet over and over and over again. It went international.

      Most people will think “van or truck,” who cares? He could have said “lorry” since it was UK.

      But his real message went all over the world.

      They are such chumps.

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      • Ferret2 says:

        Many mechanics are known to refer to any vehicle that can haul more than bicycle as a truck. When I bought my first jeep it was constantly referred to as a truck. Cargo vans are also called trucks.

        Trump is very hands on for a billionaire and aware of finer details of what makes the world actually work. This may be just another indication he is a common man.

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    • Ron I was 10 hours ahead of u.

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  7. jonvil says:

    Why an Article 5 Con Con may not be a good idea…

    https://newswithviews.com/the-george-mason-fabrication/

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    • MIKE says:

      Great article, thank you

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    • mireilleg says:

      I used to be in favor of a convention of states. Then the electoral campaign happened. I saw the true colors of some of the people in favor of it, ex Mark Levin. That is enough for me to reconsider.

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      • be says:

        I agree. Not for it when you look at some of the people in charge… Sad isn’t it.

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      • MIKE says:

        Dittos here.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I was mulling over the idea. Hesitant but not against and saw some real pluses. However, I now know that was a narrow miss on my part!

        After the last 24 months my eyes were completely opened. I had thought I had lost my naïveté after the 2012 election but then 2014 opened my eyes wider. Now, I think I really know how bad it is but I will bet it is still worse than I imagine.

        Thank you, President Trump for draining the swamp and giving control back to the people from the deep state!

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    • An American says:

      Then why did our “founding fathers” put it in the Constitution? One of their great fears was that of tyranny from the government, a subject they lived through. It gave “we the people” an “end run around” the rulers. Hell yes everyone is against it, just like all the crap weasels are against President Trump. It takes 2/3’rds of Congress and 3/4 of all the states to ratify any proposed amendment change.

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      • MIKE says:

        There is one answer to your inquiry. What do you think 2/3rds of the UNIPARTY congress would be capable of doing to our constitution, which worked great for 200 plus years?
        I’d rather not open that Pandora’s box.

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      • Publius Huldah says:

        Read subheading 6. of the article.
        also read footnote 5.
        Or, you could read the whole article.

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  8. heidi says:

    Wouldn’t it be interesting if, at some point during the Presidential campaign, one of the candidates asked, “Oh, by the way, has anyone in Washington DC ever heard of the McCarran-Walter Act Of 1952?

    I did not know of this Act until recently, but it has been a law for almost 65 years.

    Here are the historic facts that would seem to indicate that many, if not most, of the people we elect to work for us in Washington DC do not have the slightest idea of what laws already exist in OUR country.

    After several terrorist incidents were carried out in the United States, Donald Trump was severely, criticized for suggesting that the U.S. should limit or temporarily suspend the immigration of certain ethnic groups, nationalities, and even people of certain religions (Muslims).

    The criticisms condemned such a suggestion as, among other things, being Un-American, dumb, stupid, reckless, dangerous and racist. Congressmen and Senators swore that they would never allow such legislation, and our President called such a prohibition on immigration unconstitutional.

    As Gomer Pyle would say, “Well, Surprise, Surprise!” It seems that the selective immigration ban is already law and has been applied on several occasions.

    Known as the McCarran-Walter Act, the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 allows for the “Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions by the President, whenever the President finds that the entry of aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States. The President may, by proclamation, and for such a period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or non-immigrants, or impose any restrictions on the entry of aliens he may deem to be appropriate.”

    And who do you suppose last utilized this process? Why it was president Jimmy Carter, no less than 37 years ago, in 1979, to keep Iranians out of the United States.

    But he actually did more. He made ALL Iranian students, already in the United States, check in with the government. And then he deported a bunch of them. Seven thousand were found in violation of their visas, and a total of 15,000 Iranians were forced to leave the USA in 1979.

    So, what say you about all of the criticism that Donald Trump received from the Democrat Senators, Representatives and the Obama Administration?

    Additionally, it is important to note that the McCarran-Walter Act also requires that an “applicant for immigration must be of good moral character and in agreement with the principles of our Constitution.”

    Therefore, one could surmise that since the Quran forbids Muslims to swear allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, technically, ALL Muslims should be refused immigration to OUR country.

    Authenticated at: http://library.uwb.edu/static/” href=”http://library.uwb.edu/static/” target=”_blank”>http://library.uwb.edu/static/ USimmigration/1952_immigration _and_nationality_act.html Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 http://library.uwb.edu/” href=”http://library.uwb.edu/ ” target=”_blank”>library.uwb.edu US immigration legislation online : 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, a.k.a. the McCarran-Walter Act (An act to revise the laws relating to immigration .
    (excellent post from: https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/06/reza-aslan-trump-piece-of-st-for-calling-for-travel-ban-in-wake-of-london-jihad-attacks)

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    • William Ford says:

      I guess the judges of the Fourth and Ninth Circuits are not familiar with this 1952 law. I bet SCOTUS is … well at least 5 of the Justices probably are.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Well it seems the new normal is that we have to pass a law to implement existing laws. I call it the, no I really really mean it approach.

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    • It’s a common mistake to note the existence of a single law like McCarran-Walter without doing sufficient research to see if it is still in use as originally written. It isn’t.

      Laws exist as a body of regulations which are often refined and altered over time. McCarran-Walter has been substantially neutered since 1952 by later laws, and later SCOTUS cases. It has been amended many times and was modified substantially by the Immigration and Nationality Services Act of 1965, the Immigration Act of 1990, and the Patriot Act.

      The 1990 Immigration Act for the most part gutted exclusions or deportations based on ideology. It effectively codified earlier legislative attempts to extend the broadest reading of First Amendment protections to foreigners who have no allegiance or duty to the United States. It embraced a vision expanding border-crossing rights to America’s sworn enemies, so long as they restrict their anti-Americanism to advocacy, as opposed to overtly dangerous acts.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      With this legal background and existing precedent, even Ruth Ginsburg should vote in to approve PDJT’s executive orders. Any Justice who votes to ban his EOs should be immediately impeached for violating her or his oath of office.

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    • I was a first year transfer to Cal State in 1979, and when this happened I found out we had a lot of Iranians on campus. It was a tough year.

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  9. citizen817 says:

    Scott Pruitt w/Chuck Toad

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    • chbailey says:

      Pruitt, clarity of intellect vs. news man, mind of mud.
      After Pruitt opens with a very impressive lauding of US accomplishments, the news man says, “Kyoto was success?!…we pulled out of Kyoto” and after more America First facts are provided by Pruitt, news man brings up something that was implied at the presser. The rest of it is the same: news man dumbs the topics down, interjects non sequiturs and everything he says is negative. He blamed Pruitt for not having a Paris debate. Contemptible and worthy of ridicule.

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    • Jlwary says:

      3:13 dumb chuck Todd ” ..you really believe it..?”

      Pruitt’s expression is priceless, like “yesss you dumb chuck… I said it, didn’t I? Of course I believe it!” 🙄😫😖

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    • My only quibble is the lack of a manpig warning (at 4:27 to 4:52)

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  10. citizen817 says:

    Mike Huckabee w/Maria B

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  11. TrialbyTruth says:

    I would like to give the Treeper who suggested that possession of radicalization material should be treated and prosecuted like Kiddie Porn proper credit but unfortunately I cant find the post.

    So Treepers what do you think I know any form of censorship or classification of public information as illegal is a slippery slope buttered and iced over

    BUT

    1. it is away to avoid it being a “muslim” attack

    2. Search and discovery of household computers helps identify and punish those families who support or tolerate there Jihadists (Something BK was talking about on another board)

    3. The fear of being caught for the merely curious acts as a deterent.

    So how about some feedback?

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    • JustSomeInputFromAz says:

      “TrialbyTruth”,

      IMO:

      Child Porn is a definable entity.

      “Radicalization” is a slippery slope definable by politicians and activist judges.

      We often read about “Hate Speech” convictions in European countries already, why can’t they use that regulation?

      I bristle at suggestions of filtering the Internet, it is a step to eliminating sites like the CTH……

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      • TrialbyTruth says:

        Thanks for the input. I share your concern. Is there a way to structure a law that could be specific to Jihad. Kiddie porn only definable because it is defined by US law. Other countries either don’t define it or use their own standards.

        Perhaps defined this way.

        Materials or items designed to directly support religious violence against non combatants.

        Ideas?

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        • dilonsfo says:

          Actually, since we cannot write laws that name a religion as the basis for the law, some would say that the Constitution is a radical paper…just depends who is in power.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Bad idea. Most of the radicalization is digital and verbal in mosques.
      I don’t want to write new laws. I want to kill more terrorists.

      Where’s the great financial blocking of funding, interruption of arms flow and destruction of the the dark web components of ISIS and AQ?

      The reason they keep expanding (into Philippines, Xinjiang, Malaysia, Kryskistan, Beluchistan, Sub-Sahara) is the US and its grand coalition is not getting the job done.
      With all the financial power of the US over banking in the world, with all the power of the NSA in communications, with all the control of arms supplies by the US Pentagon, we see nothing change, month after month, regardless of words spoken and policies announced.

      If I can track US military gear aboard US contracted ships sailing to Jordan and Saudi Arabia and those armaments arriving in the Syrian battle zone in the hands of AQ, al Nusra, and ISIS, I can only conclude that we are on the wrong side.

      At home, we need enforcement of laws and straight-talk and common sense. We cannot ever allow the Left, the loons, the radical antifa, or the radical muslims to take the streets or the airways from us. That’s what we must do. We have to be citizen-soldiers. We must support the talented voices (like SD) of the sovereign Republic and demand our Constitution be upheld. The People have to be activists. Liberty is calling and we have to answer.

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      • Thank you Bull Durham! Americans, patriotic Americans are beginning to see, read, hear and feel the truth that we’ve all been used for decades, by both R’s and D’s.

        There will be a new party soon. I can only hope that the radical globalist leftist will continue to make fools of themselves on TV, violence at colleges and other deranged marchs, ect….

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  12. Just some questions to pose to lovers of the Paris Treaty… err, I mean Agreement, if you run across any:

    The stated purpose of this agreement is to lower CO2 emissions in an effort to curb global warming. They say the US is the largest CO2 emitter on the planet. However, the stated mechanism for the agreement is for the US to financially support poorer economies efforts to curb their own emissions.

    If the US really is the largest emitter of CO2 then why are we funding other countries emission efforts? Shouldn’t we use that money ourself? If the purpose is to really curb climate change shouldn’t this be a global effort to support our reduction of emission, not the other way around?

    I’m telling you, once you see the schemes you simply can’t unsee them.

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  13. citizen817 says:

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  14. Molly says:

    Meanwhile, chaos in the streets of Portland, OR. Tim Pool live. Looks like Ferguson on steroids. :\
    We need new protest laws in the US. jmho

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    • Oldschool says:

      We have plenty of laws on the books. We chose not to enforce them. Guaranteed these protestors are violating a minimum of 2 or 3 laws.

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    • Tegan says:

      Make a law against covered faces, and arrest on site anyone violating it such as the young cowards in this photo that obviously don’t want mommy and daddy to see them. If you want to protest, that’s a right but you must take responsibility and identify yourself.

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      These are very unattractive people. Sure we want to see? Also, the smell is horrific. If you want them to scatter, send soap. They’re terrified of it.

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    • ccr196647 says:

      No one should ever be able to protest with their face covered. You can peaceably protest but not with your face covered. Should be against the law. Be subject to arrest.

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  15. Harry Lime says:

    This is a fairly accurate description of the modern mindset of the left and their obsession with victimhood…Tucker monologue…

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  16. WSB says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/americas-news-hq/index.html#/v/5459445892001

    Best 6 minutes of news this afternoon. Louie Gohmert definitely was using ‘rhetoric.

    He is awesome today. Thanks, Louie!

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  17. Tim Tarr says:

    Now Anonymous posting story on Dearborn FBI raid. Presstitutes can’t keep hid much longer.

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  18. Molly says:

    The [London] mayor’s spokesman said he was too busy to respond to Trump’s “ill-informed” tweet.

    https://www.apnews.com/a687e5d9b5fd4a0fbae6c2616cf9a711

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  19. Bull Durham says:

    The news is leaking out:
    Obama’s State Department Sabotaged Trump’s Efforts to Normalize Relations with Russia

    https://sputniknews.com/politics/201706041054306099-obama-officials-sabotage-trump-efforts/

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      Yep, that was the goal all along. That is why they pushed the Russia/Trump narrative to try to stop any type of relationship building between the two countries.

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      • ccr196647 says:

        I do not think it is going to work. Putin to smart for them. He and Trump will work together on some things where they can. Did you see him take his ear piece out on Megan Kelly interview.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Yep. Obama hates both Putin and Trump. And as a Deep State puppet, his mission would be to keep Russia/USA from having peace.

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      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        Obama wanted to badly to kiss Putin’s bottom. Hence, the secret microphone conversation of him promising to be more flexible after he is re-elected. Also, I remember hearing/reading during his first term, Obama shared very confidential information with Putin that he should not have done. He was handing out U.S. stuff to Russia left and right.

        Putin, though, has figured out that Obama is a wuss, and he does not respect Pajama Boys. So, Obama is so jealous of the possibility of two Alpha males (Putin and Trump) trying to build a relationship, since Obama could not win over Putin. He tried so hard, though.

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      • Oldschool says:

        And to stop any alliance between Russia and the US to fight islam invasion, as that would be the primary goal of such an alliance.

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    • be says:

      yup.. I am sure the globalists, McLame, Missy Graham and others wanted a war with Russia.

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    • wyntre says:

      Interesting, although I don’t know much about Sputnik’s credibility.

      The article names:
      Ben Cardin
      Lindsey Graham
      Don Fried
      Tom Malinowski

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  20. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Solid job done by Brit Hume hear in knocking down the expected testimony of Comey. I’m feeling a lot better about things on that front than I had been feeling. From FOX News Sunday today.

    You’ll notice that even rabid Trump hater Juan Williams pretty much concedes all of Hume’s points, and that even he realizes that the Comey stuff is political/PR stuff with probably no legal merit.

    Trump is close to his lows in some polls. Ok. Not that I trust polls, of course.

    My personal feeling is that Comey’s gambit will likely be the “bottoming out” of Trump’s poll numbers. The media will drive the coverage into the ground to try to hurt Trump.

    But I think after that, Trump can start to permanently rise in the polls.

    Of course, there is no election involving Trump for years. And we know the GOP has been doing just fine in the special elections so far. Thus, polls mean little at this moment.

    To me, Comey’s testimony is the last real domino to fall in the Muh Russia nonsense. At least if Mueller stays on the reservation. Thus, I’m eager to move Comey off the stage and then I think Trump can truly begin his presidency and remove the shackles of Muh Russia.

    Also, I agree with the feeling that Trump should let Comey testify. Don’t try to block it. Comey is a fool, so let him remind everyone of that on Thursday.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      The polls are BS, period. I don’t even pay attention to them. I don’t trust any of them. They are being used just like during the election to hurt Trump, but it is not working. I would not be surprised if Comey does not say much on Thursday. It is all media spin. Comey loves the spotlight.

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Good points, We

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        • singingsoul says:

          I wish the things that are before Judges or come before Judges POTUS would not Tweet about because it can backfired. POTUS is not a Lawyer and seems not to realize anything Russia Comey and travel ban is counter productive.
          I pray he finds the strength to resist the compulsion to engage hose topics and let his council handle it. My prayers are with President Trump always.

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          • singingsoul says:

            To add what people are missing is that while many of the terrorists were home grown they seem to travel to the ME for training. A travel ban hopefully would catch them when they reenter..?

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  21. citizen817 says:

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  22. Thurstan says:

    A visit to White House by Capone the bar owner that owned the bar that Seth Rich visited prior to death was for an estimated 12 hours for a purported White House tour. He must be one of my the few D.C. Citizens who have never taken a tour of the WH. Huge coincidence on timing. The odds of simply taking a tour if true are astounding. The conclusion that the visit is random chane stretches credibility to the extreme.

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    • ccr196647 says:

      Pure B S White House tours were canceled during Oboma time as President. He was their for other nerfearious reasons.

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  23. Bull Durham says:

    The authorities know the identities of the three dead attackers. 24 hours later they still have not named them.

    However, BBC just ran an interview with neighbors who turned one of the attackers identity into the hotline two years ago, and another person did the same more recently. So the Brits are culpable. Sort of like the CIA and FBI doing nothing about the Boston Bombers. Remarkably like that failure.
    Stunningly like that failure.

    However, even if this guy was radicalized, this attack smells. All the control of the reporting, the absolute failure of all media to get out accurate information is amazing.

    Four cops were injured. Four cops with no guns apparently.

    The big give away that this attack is fishy is the phony bomb vests. To what purpose does wearing a Halloween suicide vest serve?

    This event appears to be a false flag. Real deaths, real terror, real casualties. But a total failure of government to protect. And so far, a total coverup.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Theresa May was Home Secretary for the prior 6 years. Her policies have not worked.
      Election is 4 days away. She is weakened. Brexit is weakened. That’s the goal. Stop Britain from leaving EU. The collapse of EU is thereby prevented. Her Deep State is probably deeply involved.

      Just a theory. The False Flag could be for other reasons. But this attack and coverup have been constructed for a reason.

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      • It did appear that the emergency services response had a choreographed feel to it.

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      • Southpaw says:

        Plausible. But how does Corbyn benefit? She’s soft, I’m hard

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      • Donna in Oregon says:

        Oh, I get it. Anti-Brexit May is falling on her sword.

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        • singingsoul says:

          I wonder if our deep state is involved in UK also to keep Brexit to materialize just as the want to harm and eliminate our President. By eliminate I mean make him leave office in disgrace.
          Seems since USSR collapse the USSR found a new mission from fighting communist USSR to do the dirty work for industyalists and globalization. .

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        Complete nonsense! I am, frankly, upset that you would even think such a thing. This was not a false flag. The UK police have been trained in rapid response. The fact that some local bobbies, who were first on scene, were unarmed is because they are unarmed as a matter of course. The quick response team were heavily armed. Also, London is not that big of a geographic area so response time will be quick.

        I can assure you that the Brits are WELL ahead of the US in response to terrorism events – but they are very controlled, do not release information unless it serves the public good.

        The big problem is that they do know who the jihadis are… but, due to political correctness and the sway the moslem invaders who have managed to hold sway over government, means that they cannot arrest them until they do something actionable – this is why they are able to arrest so many so quickly after an event. Based on May’s statement today, it would seem that might be about to change.

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    For those who question what Sessions and the DOJ has been up to lately, here is one example. I don’t usually read CNN, but this was sent to me in an email. It looks like the Congress critters were abusing the system when they were requesting documents/information from the Trump W.H. and the DOJ just stopped it.

    DOJ opens door for executive branch to ignore Dems’ requests
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/02/politics/olc-memo-congressional-oversight-requests/index.html

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  25. KBR says:

    This photo says the person who jumped from the bridge to avoid being run down is named Christea. Seriously injured.

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    • fedback says:

      March attack, Romanian woman. Sadly she died

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      • KBR says:

        Oh, I am sorry for her. I thought it was from yesterday.

        B/c I heard in an interview that a man had jumped off in this latest attack, a man witnessed it, or so he said. Yet I have not been able to find anything about the man who jumped into the Thames. I hope he made it, and we won’t be hearing of his forgotten body washing up later.

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  26. Scotty19541 says:

    I was out on CBS in the comment section of an article dissing President Trumps immigration ban. One fool was trying to side with Islam by saying the terrorist only represent a very small percentage of muslims. I said that tho that may be true the non-terrorist muslims are doing nothing to condemn the terrorists and support the mosques where the imamms push sharia law and praise the extremists. I concluded with facts that Islamic terrorists have killed over 20,000 and injured over 50,000 since 1970 (Wikipedia). The idiot responded by claiming that the figures are not fair and if you used the same reasoning you could condemn any other group in the same way. When I challenged for them to show me one other group that even came close to these numbers there was a pause and then the response was ‘the German people under Hitler were Christian!’ LOL…. after I picked my self up from ROFLMAO I could only responde that if you believe Hitler was a Christian then you are really hitting the Koo-Aid Waaaayyyyyyy too hard!!! These people are nuts! God Bless President Donald J. Trump

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    • piper567 says:

      Over at The_Donald, they have been posting a chart for months.
      The chart shows the number of terrorist attacks by religious groups, soi am sure it available in any search.
      Btw, Global Terrorism Database is good to check periodically.

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  27. MrE says:

    CONFIRMING WHAT WE ALREADY KNEW: The Bill/Loretta tarmac conversation was NOT about “golf and grandkids.” In fact, the NSA is refusing to release the recording due to “national security” risks. Heh. #CrookedHillary

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/06/nsa-wont-release-bill-clinton-loretta-lynch-tarmac-transcript-golf-grandkids-due-national-security-risk/

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    • BakoCarl says:

      BUT . . . PTrump himself and undoubtedly a number of people on his team have the clearance, the “need to know” and the authorization to access that material. We really don’t think PTrump is sitting at his desk saying “Gosh, I really wish I knew what was on that tape”, do we?

      And isn’t AG Sessions quiet these days?

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  28. Sandra-VA says:

    These are the people who get rounded up, harassed, imprisoned and called bigots/racists/islamophobes… you know, the ones who SPEAK OUT with truth.

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  29. Sandra-VA says:

    Meanwhile in Portland:

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  30. Sandra-VA says:

    Does anyone remember the mystery illness that seemed to hit kids around 3yrs ago? Right around the time that Obama surged illegals/kids crossing the border? They got dispersed all over the place and suddenly American kids were getting sick and dying – it happened here and was on the news, but nothing was ever said about it after initial reports…. it seems it has morphed into a polio like virus…

    Sharyl Atkisson is investigating and is getting stonewalled by the CDC:

    http://fullmeasure.news/news/cover-story/mystery-illness

    I have suggested that she try going to each States dept of health to see if she can match cases to the border crossing surge.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      I wonder if we could help Sharyl with this? Perhaps find the data for where the unaccompanied minors were distributed… I know there is a site that has that already, anyone remember it?

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    • Deb says:

      I remember reading about that virus, it has disabled a lot of children. I remember there being a small outbreak in Colorado.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      “Believe it or not, AFM paralysis isn’t a “reportable disease” like West Nile virus or Measles, meaning doctors aren’t required to report cases. Dr. Greenberg thinks that should change. In fact, he advocates a broadened surveillance system to track all kinds of sudden paralysis to better find answers as to what’s causing them.”

      This last paragraph in the story is the issue. It’s not a reportable disease which means that by law state health departments do not have to report it to CDC. I’ve sent over 2K medical/health related FOIAs. Hands down CDC is the least compliant, but in this case since it’s not reportable they won’t necessarily even have all the data to report. Individual FOIAs would need to be sent to all state health departments, but it’s the local HDs that sometimes have more data. Unfortunately it’s probably impossible to know the source locations.

      I would suggest sending FOIAs to the border states and drill down to the major cities HDs, such as Dallas, Phoenix, etc. and even HDs in small areas closer to the border.

      Unfortunately, personal medical records are protected by HIPAA; therefore, without consent those aren’t produced. Not sure how much data any HD would have beyond that since it isn’t a reportable disease.

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    • Oldschool says:

      There is no doubt this illness was imported. Whenever we see measle outbreaks, resistant TB, mumbs and other comminicable diseases that we have immunized our population for, it is more than likely it’s an import.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Yes, I remember it. Enterovirus EV-D68

      I read an article on EV-D68 at the time by Judicial Watch, and the “fact checking” by Snopes perfectly illustrates that they are lying weasels.

      The Judicial Watch article:
      Recently Arrived Illegal Alien Minors Spread Deadly Virus
      http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2014/11/recently-arrived-illegal-alien-minors-spread-deadly-virus/

      “Virtually nonexistent in the U.S. before the recent influx of illegal alien minors, the lethal Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) is associated with severe respiratory illness and is known to come from Central America.

      “By October 538 victims—mostly young children—were confirmed to have EV-D68 in 43 states, according to information provided by the CDC, and by the end of the month confirmed infections reached 998. That’s 300 times the infection rate during a period that spanned more than three decades, from 1970 to 2003.”

      Snopes showed up as a related article beneath the facebook post linking the Judicial Watch article, and this case shows the unreliability and bias of Snopes, which many naively consider the be-all and end-all of fact checking.

      The Snopes entry:
      Are Immigrant Kids Spreading Enterovirus (EV-D68)?
      Was the Enterovirus (D68) outbreak caused by an influx of immigrant children?
      http://www.snopes.com/politics/immigration/enterovirus.asp

      Snopes diverts from the question posed by setting up a strawman argument on
      WHEN the virus was introduced in the US, rather than answering the question that was asked: “is the outbreak caused by an influx of immigrants?”

      Snopes completely glosses over the minimal handful of annual cases in prior decades compared to a thousand this year, and focuses almost solely on “detected as far back as 1987.”

      Snopes summarizes with:
      “I think that this really sort of argues against the fact that this is a new virus introduced by anybody”

      and

      “Given that the particular strain of the virus now affecting Americans was recorded in the U.S. as far back as 1987, the claim that the current outbreak of Enterovirus D68 is due solely or primarily to that strain’s being carried to the U.S. by immigrant children is a problematic one.”

      Again, the question was “is it being spread?” – not “is it new?” or “is it newly introduced?”

      Nice sleight of hand there, Snopes

      Use this example if you ever need to document Snopes’ duplicity, unless you have a better one.

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  31. citizen817 says:

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  32. Howie says:

    Who is this fellow with McQueeg

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  33. Sandra-VA says:

    Daily Mail has a good overview with videos and pics of what happened on London Bridge and some background on one of the terrorists. Apparently, he was featured in a documentary about jihadis a while ago… a TV Documentary!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4570950/Footage-shows-London-Bridge-terrorists-Borough-Market.html

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  34. Bull Durham says:

    Megan Kelly went to bat against President Putin. She struck out. Never touched him. He gave her 1.5 days of time with him, including according to her own account and hour in which off the record comments about his family (he has two grown daughters), his domestic life. So she had opportunity to get a feel for the man.

    Her interview was a zero.

    I won’t say Putin was too much for her. He’s handled teams of reporters in similar style interviews.
    She was too little and predictable for a man of his skills. The NBC editing in KGB stuff was amateurish.

    June 15th is Putin’s big annual 3-4 hour marathon with the national and international press and the people of Russia. Anything goes. Angry citizens, hateful journalists, whatever. A town hall like you’ve never seen.

    At least she didn’t inject “Assad kills children with sarin gas”. She tried that earlier in the forum setting. That was an hour long bomb with her as moderator.

    The woman is not ready for international prime time.

    She’ll need to do shows in thongs and bikinis to attract ratings.

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  35. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Footsteps?
    Senate Committee Launches First New Clinton Corruption Investigation
    http://dailycaller.com/2017/06/04/senate-committee-launches-a-new-clinton-investigation/

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    • wheatietoo says:

      This is good…I guess?…If it doesn’t prevent a real Investigation from being done by Session’s DOJ people.

      Does it prevent that?
      I don’t see why the Justice Dept cannot be doing a concurrent investigation into Clinton’s crimes.

      The Senate can have their dog & pony show.
      But there needs to be an investigation done by someone who can Prosecute Her.

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      • patrickhenrycensored says:

        Sessions would most likely not announce any investigation related to clinton.

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        • ccr196647 says:

          I really feel that Hillary and Oboma will both be in jail before Trumps first term ends. Secessions is getting together an air tight case against both of them now. I feel they got a treasure trove of evidence from Commies FBI office. Time will tell. Thats my sincere prayer they both deserve it.

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  36. paulraven1 says:

    Putin asks the media the question that for some reason no one in the Trump admin will ask: “have you lost your minds?”

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