June 19th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #151

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1,192 Responses to June 19th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #151

  1. stillers213 says:

    The shiny objects have been deployed and the bread crumbs are set. This investigation is about to u-turn around back into the previous administration and Comey. Mueller brings on left leaning assistants to bring legitimacy to it from the left’s perspective. A conservative-only group would not close the case in the court of public opinion and it would drag on well into Trump’s presidency. Brilliant!.

    Liked by 27 people

    • IndiaMaria says:

      This makes a LOT MORE sense than the barrage of “Sky Is Falling” theories in the Hysteria Section of your supermarket.

      Liked by 12 people

      • K2P2 Ribbing says:

        No need to go grocery shopping for such far-flung fancies. They can also found right HERE on this site,

        People can’t seem to take a “wait and see” attitude towards those investigating. Instead, they want to hang them all and hang them now because of something they’ve done in the past.

        Really, it’s quite sad! And I thought it was just the left that jumped to conclusions like this. Silly me!

        These days, I skip a lot of posts purely because of the names attached to them!

        Liked by 7 people

        • phoebehb says:

          Same here, Kp2P. Some of the comments make my eyes cross. You just don’t expect them on CTH.

          Liked by 1 person

        • TPW says:

          Have said much about my opinion about Sessions but not Mueller and company……I will wait and see but when have you seen anyone on the left that is fair minded….love some examples…..

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          • kathycovfefe says:

            He may not be fair minded. He may simply have no realistic choice. Trump nominated Rosenstein, and Rosenstein appointed Mueller. Trump doesn’t nominate people because he believes they are good hearted and fair minded (which they may also be). He nominates them because they will accomplish his goals.

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        • Hello all
          Don’t be so hard on some of the Treepers, 8 years of RINO investigations and O executive orders/non-treaties and assorted manure is enough to alter anyone’s outlook. This does not even get into “Shrubs” (and I voted for him twice) 8 years of bleep. Preceded by 8 of BJC. Thank the Lord there were enough thinking folk left to elect PDJT. Just keep a ready supply of popcorn a few more months of PDJT & crew “got this” and trust, patience, and expectations will change.

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    • dscottv says:

      “Mueller brings on left leaning assistants to bring legitimacy to it from the left’s perspective.”
      I was thinking the same. Hopefully that is the reason those particular lawyers were hired. But that also assumes Mueller knew or expected what he was going to find?

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      • phoebehb says:

        If Mueller, who’s observed the Swamp at close quarters for many years, is anything close to the man Emmett Tyrrell and other sterling character witnesses believe him to be, he knew EXACTLY what he was going to find.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        A thought that came to mind yesterday, could Mr. Mueller be bringing on particular left leaning assistants which (a) makes them under jurisdiction and operating rules of the Federal Government and (b) keeps them from becoming available to assist members of the previous administration due to legal constraints now imposed on them because they are now federal employees?

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      • Tegan says:

        Rush mentioned this today as a good possibility…pro-Hilliary lawyers not finding anything should shut the Left down. Of course, tens of millions of wasted money to do this.

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    • Ghostrider says:

      Bravo! Well articulated.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Oldschool says:

      Love your theory

      Liked by 1 person

    • joninmd22 says:

      And you know this how?

      Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        SD has been telling us this for the past two weeks if folks are willing to stop looking at the shiny objects!

        sundance says:
        June 18, 2017 at 7:38 pm

        …”The special counsel statute requires a crime has occurred. It specifies it’s only for a criminal investigation. There was no criminal matter. What crime was Mueller appointed to investigate?”…

        Answer: Intelligence Leaks.

        Here is another one:

        Debi says:
        June 18, 2017 at 6:09 pm

        Okay Sundance the narrative seems to be changing to “May” be under investigation. Please lend your opinion as to why Mueller now has up to 13? hired “guns” …er lawyers? I wonder what each of their salaries are and the terms and length of their contracts?

        Reply
        sundance says:
        June 18, 2017 at 7:12 pm

        Lots of leaking. Lots of leaking within the FBI and DOJ apparatus.

        Lots of leaking. Lots of leaking within the intelligence apparatus.

        Lots of illegal leaking.

        Lots of illegal unmasking.

        Lots to investigate = Lots of investigators..

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        • smartyjones1 says:

          Not sure why people are deluding themselves. All those legal beagle Democrat lawyers are not there to go after Comey and his intel leaking pals.

          Some of these hired legal guns specialize in grinding down witnesses and flipping them up the ladder and new avenues toward obstruction of justice cases. Wonder who they could possibly be thinking about.

          That is, when they aren’t giving maximum donations to Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party. SMH, some people seem intent on misleading themselves. If they’d leave it there.

          Criminal investigation of intel leaks is already underway and under the domain of AG Jeff Sessions. All you have to do to understand that is listen to his testimony. He foreshadowed there will be some criminal captured who will be “sorry” for what they did.

          Has nothing to do with Mueller and his Democrat legal team.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      I am hopeful of this. Reminds me of that movie, Hunt for Red October when the Russian sub blows itself up instead of the American sub

      Liked by 4 people

      • iswhatitis says:

        I love that scene 🙂

        I am also hopeful in that same way.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Sherlock says:

        i loved that movie. Sean Connery and several others are great, including the guy who played the US sub commander. I had to stop watching when it came around because I just can’t watch Alec Baldwin. No way, no how. He just ruins the movie for me.

        Maybe I’ll re-read the book–truly excellent. Loved the sonar guy in the book too.

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    • Mueller, on his own, is more than there is on his team of the “left’s perspective.” Add to him his left-leaning assistants and the fact that he is Comey’s BFF would close the case in the court of public opinion? You think?

      I think that AG Session should unrecuse himself and appoint a separate Special Counsel to investigate Mueller. And a third special prosecutor to “look into Hillary’s situation,” as candidate Trump has promised during the last debate.

      That would make three special investigations. The more the merrier.

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      • Sherlock says:

        If, God forbid, in 8 years a dem wins the White House, I hope that pres. Trump leaves exactly the kinds of booby traps for the incoming as they did for us. Open investigations on everything dem. that moves a month before leaving office. They have asked for it.
        All this was ginned up in the waning months the O administration, including the spreading of false intel to anybody with a computer, both in and out of government, to fan the media flames (didn’t take much fanning, given the corrupt and absolutely lying media).

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        • tazz2293 says:

          If God forbid another Dim ever wins a Presidential election again we will all hang. That is the truth and why the Progs should be crushed, defeated so that their movement dies and the like is never seen or heard from again for all eternity.

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    • jwingermany says:

      Just days ago I said that the left needs to have other lefties bring down the Big Swamp Creatures in order to avoid CWII. Only a few took that comment seriously at the time…yet, sounding ever more plausible as time passes.

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    • TexasRanger says:

      What WE Must Do to Keep Trump in Office.!

      Dick Morris TV: Lunch ALERT!

      Dick Morris Reports Video 04.21 Minutes Jun-19-2017;


      Republicans Must Support President Donald J. Trump

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    • WSB says:

      That was a theory tossed around yesterday. This looks more like Clintonistas investigating
      Obmambots. How all of this works out, though, is anybody’s guess.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Warrior1 says:

      Is there any evidence other than wishful thinking?

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  2. fleporeblog says:

    Folks don’t get caught up in all the BS that the MSM is spewing. Republicans have had a fire lit under their asses and are getting to work. Mitch McConnell has been getting destroyed daily by his wife, Secretary Elaine Chao, who wants him to get the repeal and replace passed as well as the Tax reform Bill so that she has her opportunity to put her stamp on a $1 trillion dollar Infrastructure Plan. Our President and VP have been killing Obamacare daily in their tweets presenting reality versus fiction.

    Mitch can’t take it anymore and will make sure that the Republican Senators will vote on the Repeal and Replace bill in the Senate before the 4th of July break.

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/mcconnell-wants-to-force-health-care-vote-by-july-4-ryan-to-give-major-tax-reform-speech-2017-06-19?siteid=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20marketwatch%2Fsoftware%20(MarketWatch.com%20-%20Software%20Industry%20News)

    From the article linked above;

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is dead serious about forcing a Senate vote on the Obamacare repeal-and-replace bill before the July 4 holiday, according to a report in Axios.

    Some senators want to delay the vote but McConnell views that as delaying the inevitable, Axios writes. The toughest disagreements are over Medicaid funding and insurance market regulations. This week is crucial for the Senate effort, Axios says. Senators won’t vote without an analysis, or score, of the bill by the Congressional Budget Office, and that means they would need to finalize negotiations this week.

    Here is what the bill may look like

    http://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-what-the-senates-obamacare-replacement-could-look-like-2017-06-13

    From the article linked above:

    Miller expects the Senate to stick to a House provision repealing Obamacare’s mandate for individuals to have insurance or pay a fine, a requirement Republican voters loathe. But a Senate bill would repeal the Affordable Care Act’s taxes more slowly than would the House’s, she said.

    “Repealing all the ACA taxes would be most Republicans’ top choice — and the tax repeal is essential to maintaining the (quiet) support of the health insurance and device industries — but the costs of all the above provisions we think will ultimately force Congress to wind down some of the provisions more slowly,” she wrote.

    In addition to the investment tax, the House bill repeals a 2.3% tax on the sales of medical devices, a 10% tax on indoor-tanning services, a levy on prescription medicines and other taxes.
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday that GOP senators have been “working hard on solutions that can help rescue American families who’ve been hurt by Obamacare’s failures.”

    Liked by 23 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Good stuff, Flep.

      The only thing on my mind at the moment (besides controlling the Special Counsel) is getting the initial TrumpCare bill passed in the Senate. Once that is done, everything will become easier and we’re on track, in my opinion.

      Liked by 7 people

    • dekester says:

      Thank you Flep,

      Reading your post, and PDJTs tweet were uplifting.

      Cheers.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Sayit2016 says:

        President Trump tends to crack me up on a daily basis…..

        TWEET:
        “2 million more people just dropped out of ObamaCare. It is in a death spiral. Obstructionist Democrats gave up, have no answer = resist!”

        His use of their RESIST word is a smack in the face ; )

        Pummel on President Trump– we support you in this fight.

        Liked by 13 people

    • Alexsandra says:

      Never forget, however — when weighing info — that Axios was created by Politico founders for additional click bait. Strongly urge to consider the source.

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    • Eric C. says:

      The only thing I don’t get is why are they hung up on the “score”. Who cares, has a CBO score EVER been correct????????

      Bold leadership would be: The GOP will vote to help Americans and get the hands of government off the healthcare industry in order to pave the way for innovation. No one could’ve predicted the iPhone and its impact on the world 11 years ago, so how can a few people forecast what healthcare will look like and the affect of taxes and revenue for the next 10 years. The CBO has NEVER provided a correct estimate and always gives rosy predictions when the actual results are disastrous and have robbed generations from vast amounts of wealth through oppressive costs of regulations and taxes.

      Liked by 7 people

    • H. Hoover says:

      If she locks those legs, Mitch will get those bills passed.

      Liked by 4 people

    • IndiaMaria says:

      Great work FLEPO. To Tax Reform and ACHA I would add the 2018 Budget. These three Congressional items are literally the ONLY ones Trump needs to fill out his Campaign Agenda. Great news. REAL news.

      For McConnell to push for a vote soon soon supports your contentions that he is under great pressure to get this passed. This puts ALL SENATORS on record either opposing or supporting with plenty of time to evaluate before serious fundraising occurs for 2018 MidTerms. The TRUMP POPULAR SUPPORT TSUNAMI is overwhelming the Donor Marching orders.

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  3. fleporeblog says:

    The GOPe never ever saw money like this before our President! They are screwed as well and have no choice but to support his agenda which will absolutely happen!

    Our Lion is a cash cow for these bastards. Money talks and BS walks.

    http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/rnc-fundraising-may-year/2017/06/16/id/796597/
    From the article linked above:

    The Republican National Committee (RNC) announced on Friday its total fundraising efforts for 2017 were $61.9 million, raising $10.8 million in May alone, The Hill reported.

    “Our fundraising success wouldn’t be possible without the support of our network of loyal grassroots donors across the country and bold leadership from President [Donald] Trump and Congressional Republicans,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel wrote in a statement.

    RNC Finance Chairman Steve Wynn echoed McDaniel’s sentiments, stating, “Breaking yet another fundraising record would not be possible without the unwavering commitment from Republican supporters, who know the president and Republican leadership are dedicated to improving and strengthening our country.”

    Right on cue we see the following happening this week:

    https://www.axios.com/mcconnell-schedule-health-care-vote-2444017826.html

    On the House side:

    • Following the White House’s “Workforce Development Week,” House GOP leadership will vote on two workforce bills. The big one: a bipartisan bill to reauthorize the “Perkins Act” for six years — providing more than $1 billion per year in federal support for career and technical education programs.

    • Wednesday’s conference meeting is expected to be more policy-focused than usual. (They had to cancel Friday’s meeting due to the fallout from last week’s shooting.) A senior House aide tells me the Wednesday conference will focus on the budget caps and appropriations.

    • Paul Ryan and Kevin McCarthy will both address the National Association of Manufacturers. Ryan pushing tax reform and McCarthy on reg reform and workforce development.

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    • Remington says:

      interesting to note that the Judge’s excellent opening of last Saturday grilling repubs/uni party has been removed by Youtube….Too close for comfort, no?..Like to find a video of that again…

      Liked by 4 people

    • CorwinAmber says:

      I swear…fleporeblog IS Sundance! If not, he is SD’s non-evil twin. My deux centimes FWIW

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    • IndiaMaria says:

      Might give some pause to the rabid “HATE ALL REPUBLICANS” movments we are seeing among some “Wolverines.” “Don’t give RNC ANY MONEY, they say …. Well TRUMP’s HANDPICKED Gal is now CHAIRING the RNC. She DELIVERED MICHIGAN for Trump, and is doing a great job with TRUMP messaging. Her operations deserve the support of TRUMP Supporters.

      And before the barrage of “UNIPARTY” ripostes, consider this. TRUMP is literally transforming the UNIPARTY GOP into the TRUMP AMERICAN GOP. Not there yet, but ” a journey of a thousand miles begins with………..”

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      • BobBoxBody says:

        Yeah, this is why I wasn’t sweating the setbacks when he got into office. Trump basically won the moment he won the primary. The GOP doesn’t belong to the Establishment anymore, and they know it. All the lobbying money in the world doesn’t do any good if you get replaced by someone that swears to do what the electorate wants them to do.

        While it’s good to keep a spotlight on all the activities in the Swamp, at the end of the day, Trump has this. We just have to be patient and support him.

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    • sg says:

      great news. i get from this that it is a loud and vocal minority of conserv. voters who think not voting is good policy.

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  4. Doug says:

    Interesting decisions out of SCOTUS today on trademarking and the disparagement clause

    Liked by 6 people

    • sg says:

      what was the vote?

      Liked by 1 person

      • redlegleader68 says:

        8-0 don’t know who didn’t vote.

        Liked by 1 person

        • napoleon32 says:

          Gorsuch, because he was confirmed after the deliberations were completed.

          Liked by 3 people

          • redlegleader68 says:

            Thanks, I was just thinking that this must be the reason. However, 8-0 is a pretty big margin given the court’s makeup.

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            • Aparition42 says:

              They don’t want to set the precedent because they know that the instant they do, we’d all run to the courts to let them know how offended we are about every single lib/prog company’s logo. It would be the end of trademarking in general. The globalist corporations aren’t going to do anything to threaten the intellectual property rights laws they wrote.

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        • Gorsuch. He wasn’t involved in the debate. This is a real win for the constitution and a poke in the eye for the mind controlling snow flake students, and the Obama administration who motivated them.

          Many a site where the comments section is going wild. “Hate is hate” they claim, and must be banned. The only problem with this now is to address why our students are so intellectually bankrupt, and devoid of any ability to think freely.

          Liked by 3 people

        • joninmd22 says:

          Only 8 Justices heard arguments in this case on January 16th. President Trump hadn’t even been inaugurated.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      For those interested in an update about the SC and the travel ban, see article below.

      https://www.rt.com/usa/392074-trump-travel-ban-supreme-court/

      From the article linked above:

      The high court responded Tuesday to a request from Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall, who sent a letter requesting more time to prepare arguments based on the newly issued opinion by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

      Wall said the Justice Department will file a new brief that is “specifically addressed” to the 9th Circuit decision.

      Under the new schedule, the Supreme Court would not be fully briefed on the case until June 22, which is the court’s last scheduled conference before the justices’ summer recess.

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  5. BakoCarl says:

    Smoke & Mirrors

    Smoke and mirrors, mud in your eyes,
    It’s fake news, just all lies
    Oh me, oh my, it’s all just lies.

    The New York Slimes is a has-been,
    The D.C. ComPost is chock full of spin.
    Oh my, they’re both full of lies.

    People don’t believe them,
    Their sales are really lagging.
    They print news to cause mayhem,
    And pester Trump and nag him.

    All they need is something to file,
    The vilest of lies, oh me, oh my.
    They’re full of liars, just full of guile
    They’ve got nothing, baby, just more lies.

    ABC, CBS, and NBC, too,
    All are purveyors of fake news.
    CNN, sometimes Fox all lie to you;
    If you trust them, then you will lose.

    Sean Hannity and Judge Jeanine,
    Fox Business and OANN
    Tell the truth on the news scene,
    So you can hear true facts again.

    Smoke and mirrors, mud in your eyes,
    Be aware, watch out for the lies
    Oh me, oh my, watch out for lies.

    Liked by 14 people

    • TrueNorthSeeker says:

      Wow!! Very impressive. Sharing. Thanks for posting.

      Liked by 1 person

    • CorwinAmber says:

      nyuk, nyuk…is the President’s sculpture making the “white power” hand signal with his fingers? Oh well, at least the sculpture has been crafted by an “artist of color”, sigh.

      Liked by 1 person

      • G. Combs says:

        He is shown with the hand gesture President Trump always uses when speaking.

        It is the OK sign as far as I am concerned.

        Liked by 2 people

        • CorwinAmber says:

          me too, I was just having some fun anticipating how the snowflakes would react…certainly no disrespect intended towards our President!

          Liked by 1 person

        • Aparition42 says:

          There’s been a weird group of super-aggrieved progressives claiming that the OK sign is some kind of secret racist society gang sign. The Gateway Pundit had a thing about it a while back when some of their reporters were photographed doing it and then accused of the usual white supremacist BS.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Amazing— he has President Trumps likeness down cold. Great Job !

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Howie says:

    Crooked Hillary Clinton and her top aide, Huma Abedin, cooked up a twisted scheme to flee the country just days after FBI officials testified they broke laws by sending unsecured classified messages and a judge ordered the release of explosive new emails involving the terrorist attack on Benghazi, Libya, sources say. The close confidants hoped to flee to the tiny nation of Bahrain, where Hillary has powerful friends, sources say — including pals who previously donated $32 million to the Clinton Foundation. The two women were plotting to evade U.S. border agents by boarding a private jet bound for the Persian Gulf country, where they would be received with open arms, a source tells Radar. Find out more about crooked Hillary’s ways in this issue of GLOBE Magazine available at your nearest Wal-Mart, supermarket, or newsstand.
    http://www.globemagazine.com/content/hillary-huma-caught-plotting-flee-country

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  7. NJF says:

    LOLOLOLOLOL

    Liked by 19 people

    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      I don’t think it will take very long until NBC regrets its decision to hire Kelly.

      Liked by 5 people

      • H. Hoover says:

        They already regret it, getting rid of it is the problem.

        Liked by 11 people

      • Sayit2016 says:

        Better yet—Her decision to leave FOX ; )

        Liked by 1 person

      • Newman says:

        The lying Skank’s days are numbered

        Liked by 1 person

      • Rick says:

        I saw Megyn firsthand in June 2016 as I was a sitting panelist during the campaign on a Luntz panel next-door to the USS Midway. Growing up, I knew many “girls next door” that would put Megyn to shame, including my wife. She was a real shrew off camera, being primped and manicured by two or three makeup artists covering up all the flaws. Her bag man back then was that Stirewalt character, a yes man with little talent as well who always supported her agenda.

        Now don’t get me wrong, she did well for herself and she’s a lot better off than most. In any case, she can take her millions now (either way of ratings) and go back to her beta male house husband and live a life of comfort. She was smart enough to read the writing on the wall and knew her last hurrah was to rock NBC for big bucks. The Executive fools there bought into her BS that the FOX fan following would be a HUGE pickup for their ratings. Little did they know that the deplorables could care less about cute little Megyn. Most watched her, just to relieve there daily stress by either mocking curse words at her or throwing things at their TV’s. LOL!

        Truth be known, she’s another Katie Couric. As the lights dim on the stage sets for her waning career as a TV news lead, most people won’t lose an hours sleep over her departure. She was always a flaming liberal. The FOX thing was her plan to strut her perceived looks on camera while she most likely flirted her way to the top from the early years with the old men like Ailes ,O’Reilly etc. Let’s not fool ourselves. Once there, she backstabbed and said sayonara to the good old boys club!

        You reap what you sow!

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    • lastinillinois says:

      BwwwwwwwAAAAAAAAA-hahahahahaha

      I wonder if she’s learned yet:
      When you mess with the bull,
      You get the horns

      Liked by 6 people

    • Eastwood says:

      Proving once again that Americans prefer to see a kick in the balls over a stab in the back.

      Liked by 9 people

  8. ALEX says:

    I’m eating lunch and trying to think what the NYT or Bezos Post will make up for the 5:30 pm Fake News dump….They haven’t gone after Ivanka in a bit. Perhaps more “sources say Kushner plus Russian Oligarchs and of course Mueller may be investigating etc “…..So many possibilities …

    Liked by 8 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      Quote of the Decade. It will be a trivia question for the next 50 years.

      It already takes the Guinness Record for Stupidest Remark by anyone in the 21st Century.

      Liked by 3 people

  9. Zumtrotz says:

    Write to your two senators and representative urging them to stop the attacks on President Trump.
    Also contribute, however small amount, directly to President Trump.
    If the RNC or any other so called Republican organization asks for money return the paper stating that you only contribute to President Trump. They should first support and defend the president then and only then ask for your money.

    Liked by 1 person

    • IndiaMaria says:

      Your second request is really one that needs to be challenged. You are of course free to make your own decisions on you expenditures. But President TRUMP has selected HIS Gal as RNC Chair, McDaniel. She delivered MI to Trump and her messaging is TERRIFIC. Trump’s main allies are Republican, and in fact, he is TRANSFORMING the GOP to TRUMP AMERICAN GOP before our very eyes.

      Advocating a Boycott of GOP donations is misguided and shortsighted. Many terrific TRUMP Republicans running in 2018. We ALL get “Uniparty” politics, but TRUMP’s stamp on the GOP is having an effect. The alternative is a Dem-unism Congress.

      Liked by 6 people

      • helmhood says:

        Great post, IndiaMaria, as was the one you made up thread. People in the media were salivating over the idea that Donald Trump would destroy the Republican party.

        The President is not destroying the Republican party, he’s rebuilding and making it stronger.

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    • sg says:

      give that line a rest please. sheesh

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Ronna McDaniel, the new head of the RNC is 100% in support of President Trump. If you want to #MAGA then support the people who support the President… which is the RNC.

      The situation has changed since the elections but people don’t seem to have paid attention.

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      • Sloth1963 says:

        Ronna is a step in the right direction. Let’s see some worthy and trustworthy candidates to replace the GOPe and RINOs and my meager donations may, once again, make their way to the RNC. Not before. Nope.

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        • yy4u says:

          I’ll withhold my support until I see whether Ronna and Reince et al can get through to the John McCains and Paul Ryans. I read on line that the GOP has collected more money since POTUS has been in office than they thought possible yet they tolerate Ryan digging tunnels under him.

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          • Words to ponder. I am in full agreement. The GOP needs to understand that their road to redemption lies with Trump. Money sent to President Trump is under his control and he can use it for candidates that align with his values & platform. Maybe in 2020 I will resume donating to the RNC. Nice job Ronna but too many of the leadership still need to get the picture.

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          • Sloth1963 says:

            Don’t want them brought in line. Want ’em replaced. Can’t trust ’em.

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      • TPW says:

        Or they are not getting the message out……would LOVE to see ads aimed at our representatives featuring deplorables backing Trump and the issues that affect them. No ….they hide the real citizens and their opinions sick of hearing from New Yarkers…

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  11. Bendix says:

    You know what I’d like to see?
    I’d been studying the global financial crash, and what caused it, for some time now. One thing a learned is that the “experts” all had different opinions, and many didn’t see the crash coming, etc., and that the Uniparty and MSM will tell bald-faced lies on matters related to finance.
    Since Trump was elected, and before, I have been hearing warnings, from various sources, of a coming worldwide crash that will be so catastrophic, it will cause chaos.
    We already know that our president inherited a gargantuan mess. Some are saying he can’t fix this if he wants to.
    Back to what I’d like to see – I’d like to be pointed toward other voices that understand the perilous position we are in, but who have some answers as to whether there is a way out.
    A way out without mass suffering, that is.
    I know our president is in there trying, but he’s one person.
    Reassurance is what I’m looking for.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Charles Payne from Fox Business Network. He is very smart and not a doom & gloom guy – he frequently pushes back on those that say woe is me the sky is falling.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Bendix says:

        Thanks.

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      • yy4u says:

        Sandra-VA — isn’t it interesting how the MSM never promote black men like Charles Payne — smart, successful, capable, Ben Carson — brilliant, successful, capable, Clarence Thomas — smart, successful, capable, Herman Cain – smart, successful, capable — but rather focus on the Al Sharptons, Jesse Jacksons and Barack Obamas, a couple of hucksters and an empty suit. No wonder young black men think there’s no future for them. Ben Carson showed them there’s a way out of the ghetto, Clarence Thomas and Herman Cain showed them there’s a way out of the lower classes through education and work ethic. But no, they focus on the race pimps because it keeps Democrats in power and Democrats keep them in power. Makes me sick. My sister posted on her Facebook page today a photo of a young black male in dreads helping an elderly white mail down an escalator. There is so much good in the black race while the media only focuses on the the Trayvons and the Michaels and the Jesses and the Als.
        ARGHGHGHGHGHG

        Liked by 1 person

        • G. Combs says:

          I honestly thought when Obummer was elected that at least all the Race crappola was finally finished and we could get on with building OUR country. No such luck and that above all is what really ticked me off about Obummer.

          The idiot had a chance to have a REAL lasting legacy and he blew it. He played and played the Race Card until those like me, who never were racist want to scream and shove the race card right back down their throats.

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      I went to work for Merrill Lynch in 1984. We had a guy in the office name Morte Sands who CONSTANTLY predicted the sky was falling. Remember, brokers make money on the exchange, or movement of money. It’s all about the vig.
      Take it with a grain of salt.
      Our President is ALL ABOUT BUILDING the country and making us stronger financially.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Eileen says:

      The X22 report has lots of interesting insights. Although he advocates precious metals, he said one thing that caught my ear: President Trump is setting up a parallel banking system using community and regional banks. The nature of the failure, according to this podcast host, is a credit freeze and a bailin. I am not sure of the bailin, but I am pretty sure of a credit freeze.

      So, in the President’s scheme, community and regional banks, would have access to credit if they lend to small businesses and homeowners; the money supposedly would come from the Exchange Stabilization Fund, controlled by the executive branch with no Congressional oversight. The President and Secretary Mnuchin came up with an alternative to the Dodd-Frank law which will dramatically reduce compliance costs for smaller banks. Many of these banks are not part of the Federal Reserve so are subject to different rules. The President, rather than reintroducing Glass-Steagall, will allow the big banks to speculate in derivatives with one exception – they take the losses. So no bailouts.

      This guy is a hedge fund or former hedge fund manager so he knows what a short is and has traded in the past or still does it. Lots of these financial pundits never traded in their lives so have NO understanding of how markets work. Pundits only know how to regurgitate what the big banks tell them. So if they tell you that such and such is going up, it is because at least one of the big banks is short and are looking for participants to take the other side of their trade and they need lots of people or institutions like insurance companies.

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  12. duchess01 says:

    The White House
    Office of the Press Secretary
    For Immediate ReleaseJune 19, 2017
    Statement from President Donald J. Trump on Juneteenth

    Melania and I send our warmest greetings to all those celebrating Juneteenth, a historic day recognizing the end of slavery.

    Though President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, news traveled slowly from Washington, D.C., to the southern states. More than two years later, on June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger stood on the Ashton Villa balcony in Galveston, Texas, to deliver the belated message of the then-deceased President: all slaves were free.

    Granger’s astonishing words inspired soulful festivities and emotional rejoicing. Over the years, as freedmen and freedwomen left Texas, they took Juneteenth and its meaning with them. Today, we celebrate this historic moment in 1865, as we remember our Nation’s fundamental premise that all men and women are created equal.

    On Juneteenth 2017, we honor the countless contributions made by African Americans to our Nation and pledge to support America’s promise as the land of the free.

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/06/19/statement-president-donald-j-trump-juneteenth

    Liked by 13 people

  13. cycle1 says:

    Jack Posobiec is quite heroic in my opinion for giving the libs a dose of their own medicine (without harming anyone like the left does, of course):

    Liked by 10 people

  14. David R. Graham says:

    A second political party is needed. Here is a draft name and identity of one: The American Party:

    http://theological-geography.net/?p=29560

    Liked by 1 person

    • rsmith1776 says:

      Not really. The hostile takeover of GOP initiated by President Trump needs to be continued, perfected, and finalized.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Somebody says:

        ^^^THIS^^^
        That was Reagan’s biggest failure, not taking over the GOP lock, stock and barrel.

        Liked by 1 person

        • yy4u says:

          Somebody — keep in mind that two months into office, Reagan was shot in what almost was a fatal GSW to the chest. That had to slow him down considerably. Furthermore, the GOP insulated itself by foisting on him George H. W. Bush. We’ll see whether Pence is POTUS’s Bush. My take is that Pence is a good guy but not very forceful so would be easily manipulated by the Establishment and/or swamp. I’d be more comfortable with Guiliani or Gingrich in the VP position. That would take some of the wind out of the Establishment’s sails because if they joined their Dem friends to get rid of POTUS, they’d have someone just as forceful. I keep reading that they’re working behind the scenes to undermine POTUS so they can install Pence. Any truth to that?

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      • David Simpson says:

        Agreed. With the electoral system a true 3rd party win is very hard. Your then splitting votes 3 ways making it virtually impossible for a party to win outright. Which leaves the winners fate in the hands of congress who will vote for one of the incumbent parties.

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      • David R. Graham says:

        Then bring it up around him. Point is, there has to be a second party.

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  15. Katie says:

    Good morning! A little late, I know, but work has been crazy this morning and I’m finally able to get here on my lunch break. Much to catch up on! #theeducationcontinues

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Mike says:

    Good.

    https://gab.ai/pnehlen/posts/9007481

    “Paul NehlenPRO · @pnehlen
    3 hours
    Sick of Paul Ryan? Help me get rid of him. I’m running against Ryan in the 2018 Wisconsin primary.

    https://secure.anedot.com/volunteers-for-nehlen/retire-ryan-moneybomb?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=im_challenging_paul_ryan_and_i_need_your_help&utm_term=2017-06-16

    Volunteers for Nehlen
    Checks can be sent to PO Box 796 Williams Bay WI 53191 and made payable to Volunteers for Nehlen”

    Liked by 2 people

    • deanbrh says:

      Until we get assured that Election fraud has been cured, there is no point wasting money sending to Nehlen. He ran a GREAT campaign and lost 85/15. Everyone KNEW Ryan was a turncoat then. Nothing’s changed.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Mike says:

        Ryan had to spend a ton of money though. That’s money that can’t be spent on him mucking up something else. I follow Nehlen on GAB, he’s a great guy. I’m glad he keeps fighting, he has a solid message.

        I am HOPING Trump simply stays quiet, at least, and doesn’t endorse Ryan. “Let the best man win” is probably the best we can wish for.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Bendix says:

          I don’t see how Nehlen can win, with their open primary system. Democrats are free to vote for Ryan, aren’t they?

          Liked by 1 person

          • Bull Durham says:

            I don’t see how Trump can win . . .

            He doesn’t have a ground game . . .

            He doesn’t spend millions of dollars . . .

            Hey Bendix, you have a lot a French in your POV today.

            Let’s try to win that seat from Ryan. Nehlen is a good grassroots operative. He’s got a brain, energy and imagination. He need all of us to support him.

            Think Bigly! !

            Let’s make the Rat sweat for the next 12 months.

            Liked by 4 people

          • TPW says:

            Thats how repub fakes get into office ….Ryan is a demorat…..

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        • janc1955 says:

          So I’m sure this is a stupid question, but would RNC money go to Nehlen or to Ryan? Or does the RNC stay out of primaries?

          Liked by 1 person

          • Bull Durham says:

            RNC would back Ryan if he needs it. He has all the globalist money he can count.
            Not a problem.
            What we want is to force a debate. Nehlen will annihilate him, I think.
            Let’s back the underdog and forget the odds.
            Make it a dogfight.
            It’s the American way. The Trump way.

            Liked by 5 people

            • rashamon says:

              I’m backing Nehlen again and I don’t even live in Wisconsin (but do have relatives there and vacation in the state often).

              You’re right, Bull, we need to force Ryan to debate Nehlen, whose background and business experience will make Ryan appear the dolt that he is. Nehlen has crafted a “Trump” platform and knows how to engineer it one very specific step at a time.

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        • Oldschool says:

          RNC making lots of money off Trump. Lots of money to spend on candidates that want to impeach POTUS.

          Liked by 1 person

  17. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 8 people

  18. Sammy Spicer says:

    Thank you President Trump !!

    Liked by 21 people

  19. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Reposted per ‘patiosurvivor’ request:

    Senate Judiciary Instigation focuses on ex-AG Lynch.
    Is this the occasion where the blind nuts in congress find a squirrel?

    Liked by 5 people

  20. WSB says:

    If you want to call Patagonia and give them a piece of your mind, please.

    Can’t tell if the owner is male or female really but call him or her office:

    1 805 634 8616

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/18/outdoor-clothing-giant-patagonia-pledging-lead-resistance-trump/

    Liked by 6 people

  21. citizen817 says:

    America needs to say 2 words to PDJT:
    “Thank You”

    Liked by 11 people

  22. Howie says:

    Are our planes safe from Russian SAM missiles? There is a lot of chatter about Syria heating up.

    Liked by 1 person

    • rf121 says:

      They say they have S-400’s there. Range of 250 miles. It would come down to how effective our counter measures are.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bull Durham says:

        There are no counter measures for the latest version S-300, and certainly not the S-400. And later this year, the S-500 is coming on line.

        They have had S-400 since the Turkey shoot down set at Latakia AF base.

        The Russians will not take down a US plane. They would select a UAV if they want to show the system is ultra deadly. And though the deconfliction system is not “officially” on any longer, the Russian MOD would listen to any US officer above Colonel if “talking” would prevent conflict. They always listen and talk to any adversary. It’s a long military tradition. Also, you can be certain Rex and Lavrov and their deputies are talking plenty.

        From “realistic” American AF people, they know that the S-400 is unchallengeable.
        Lt. General Thomas McInerney., ret. AF man on FBN said so last year. You stay out of the sky it covers, was his remark.

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    • ginaswo says:

      USA! USA! USA!
      Best ruling since Heller 😊

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bendix says:

        I’d like to print that on a label and paste it to Howard Dean’s forehead.
        I would have included Chelsea Clinton, but I’ve started to feel sorry for her.
        She said something about that disgusting Kathy Griffin stunt, but I believe she’s been silenced about the shooting at the baseball game.
        They talk about Chelsea “unleashed”, but what they didn’t mention is that it’s her awful mother who had her on a leash in the first place.
        BTW, the spin is starting to be a “blame the victims” offensive, led by the execrable Scott Pelley. He’s the worst of the lot when it comes to pushing the fake Russia narrative as well.
        Sick people.

        Liked by 3 people

  23. georgiafl says:

    Classic example of Obstruction of Justice:

    Liked by 16 people

  24. History Teaches says:

    I’ve learnt that the smartest thing is to check this site first before getting lost in the rhetoric of opinion spread around in most of the other conservative sites. Not that there aren’t interesting and worthy ideas out there, but Sundance uses logic, facts, documentation, intellect and a big picture perspective. No one bats a thousand, but the proportion of ‘hits’ to ‘misses’ is overwhelming.

    The swarm of MSM and politically correct organizations are only useful to see the lay of the land from the official ministry of disinformation. And only to be treated as such, though very rarely something of contrary opinion slips through the uniparty mindset.

    Other sites might have headlines and breaking news first, but this is the site that processes information better than anywhere else.

    As well, the comment section is far superior to other places. No crass vulgarity or blatant personal attacks, but a variety of different perspectives based on the insights of each individual. And enough pithy sarcasm to give things an edge.

    I’ve absorbed a lot in the last few years and look forward to more shrewd ‘reading between the lines’ of the daily narrative.

    Liked by 8 people

  25. Howie says:

    Recon Report from way out there outpost.
    This would also prevent Trump recess appointments?…strategic dithering? Nahhhhh. hard working GOP no doubt.

    GOP considers canceling August recess to salvage agenda
    http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/338220-gop-considers-cancelling-august-recess-to-salvage-agenda

    Liked by 2 people

    • napoleon32 says:

      “Salvage agenda?” Obama didn’t get his precious ACA until March 2010, and that was after Reid panicked and rammed it through since the Massachusetts special election result would have brought the filibuster back into play. Dodd-Frank only passed in July 2010 because the Maine RINOs voted for it. All Barry really got year 1 was his “stimulus” which was little more than an extra pile of loot to divide. And that was with a supermajority in the Senate and a GOP not all that interested in stopping him.

      This meme of POTUS failing because Congress is slow like it always is is patently false.

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      • Bendix says:

        Didn’t he give a bunch of that loot to GE’s Immelt? His “jobs Czar”?
        Immelt got the boot just after Donald Trump cancelled the Paris swindle. No free money from the government.

        Liked by 1 person

        • napoleon32 says:

          I think the shorter list was globalist elites that didn’t get big bags of loot. You and I didn’t see a penny, of course.

          Like

      • booger71 says:

        Barry’s “stimulus” was embedded into every CR for 8 years and after the GOPe retook the house in Jan 2011, they voted to continued it until Jan 2017. If an actual budget is not put before President Trump by Sept 30th, I have no doubt he will let the government shut down, which is what is needed to bring the hang ringers like Ryan to the table

        Liked by 3 people

      • G. Combs says:

        You forgot Rosa DeLauro**/Monsanto/WTO’s Food UNSafe Modernization Act. That was tossed to Senator Richard Burr to push through the Senate AFTER his re-election. I point blank asked him if he was going to vote for or against. He said against and THEN co-sponsored the %^&$#^ bill!!!

        The law has:
        “SEC. 404. COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS.
        Nothing in this Act (or an amendment made by this Act) shall be construed in a manner inconsistent with the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization or any other treaty or international agreement to which the United States is a party.”

        (The WTO treaty had a get out of jail free card in it and this closes that door.)

        This puts the WTO and UN in control of US farmers. Background: History, HACCP and the Food Safety Con Job

        So when was “The U.S. has the safest food supply in the world” changed to ,i>“We need Food Safety Laws”? I can pinpoint the exact time and what changed.

        The first change was the 1995 ratification of the World Trade Organization with its Agreement on Agriculture. This opened up the USA to foreign food WITHOUT ADEQUATE INSPECTION. The Key phrase is: “Aims to ensure that governments do not use quarantine and food safety requirements as Unjustified trade barriers.. It provides Member countries with a right to implement traceability {NAIS} as an SPS measure.” — OIE (wwwDOT)oie.int/eng/publicat/rt/2002/WILSON.PDF

        The aim of course is to drive out the Ag Cartel’s competition, the small farmers.

        Who’s Making the Bread?
        “[…] Since 1984, the real price of a USDA market basket of food has increased 2.8 percent while the farm value of that food has fallen by 35.7 percent, according to C. Robert Taylor, professor of agriculture and public policy at Auburn University. Taylor says there is a “widening gap” between retail price and farm value for numerous components of the market basket, including meat products, poultry, eggs, dairy products, cereal and bakery products, fresh fruit and vegetables, and processed fruit and vegetables.

        At a major farm rally in Washington, D.C. in March, farmers served legislators a “farmers” lunch. The lunch included what would typically be an $8 lunch — barbecued beef on a bun, baked beans, potato salad, coleslaw, milk and a cookie. The farmers charged only 39 cents for the meal, reflecting what farmers and ranchers receive to grow the food for such a meal.[…]” http://multinationalmonitor.org/mm2000/00july-aug/lilliston.html

        **Rep. DeLauro (D) CT, husband, Stan Greenberg, is a consultant to Monsanto, a Globalist and a Democratic Party Strategist.

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    • yy4u says:

      Can POTUS appoint an interim director of the FBI while the Senate’s rusty wheels turn a quarter inch at a time? I suggest Rudy Guiliani or Chris Christie and ask whichever it is to look into the Loretta Lynch “matter” along with the Clinton email “matter” along with the politicization ofthe IRS “matter” and the bugging political opponents’ “matter”.

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        Yes, I believe he can. However, the appointment must have been previously confirmed by the Senate. So, possibly an AG from another state.

        Like

        • Sherlock says:

          I don’t believe an interim director needs confirmation by the Senate. He could appoint one today if he chose, until his director pick is confirmed (which will take a long time, at the rate the Senate moves).

          Liked by 1 person

  26. georgiafl says:

    Finally – found Warren’s Indian name:

    Liked by 15 people

  27. Troublemaker10 says:

    http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/tv/bill-o-reilly-begins-tour-hints-at-fox-news-competitor-1.13745130

    Excerpt:

    They [Fix News] had a shift in management that coincided with a very well thought-out and financed effort to destroy me. It worked — temporarily. It all had to do with President Trump. In the weeks to come, I’m going to lay all that out in a very public way.”

    >snip<

    He mostly spoke about Trump, with whom he drew parallels, blaming the media for some of his problems. “It’s now almost impossible for me to analyze him fairly because he is being treated so unfairly,” he said. “I know the same people who came after me are the same people after him. So I know this is the fraud being perpetuated on you, the American voter. The progressive far left will not accept the election.”

    Liked by 6 people

    • Troublemaker10 says:

      “Fox news, not Fix News”

      Like

    • janc1955 says:

      I think the fix is in at Fox :), and I think BOR probably got a raw deal. But I also see he hasn’t lost his massive ego, which I suspect will be a problem for him in attempting to either launch his own network (if that’s what he’s alluding to), or combine his new network with another new network. In many ways, BOR seems utterly tone deaf and oblivious to the problem his unchecked ego presents. It doesn’t bode well, imo.

      Liked by 1 person

  28. georgiafl says:

    Kamala Harris – Bad DA….. violated rules on purpose to let thugs go free or just incompetent?

    Liked by 6 people

      • Sayit2016 says:

        This woman is my idiot Representative…..This woman is who lefties are pinning their hopes on as President. She is a rude nasty piece of work with a boulder sized chip on her shoulder…..Race card carrying, angry, nasty woman. Mired in scandals for a long time as Hillary was… REAL scandals. Wants to to talk gender nonsense 24/7 is always demanding in hearing what personal assurances she wants…She does not care about jobs….she wants gov dependents. Reparation crap… As my neighbor said the only ” cotton she ever pulled was from an aspirin bottle”. I love my neighbor ; )

        Liked by 7 people

    • Bendix says:

      There was an episode of one of those murder shows on TV, where the parents of the deceased were upset because some people went into a room and decided something about a conviction wasn’t just right. No public hearing, no courtroom proceeding, no granting of an appeal, just a clandestine get together, and a convicted murderer walked.
      The prosecutor involved was Ms. Harris.

      Liked by 6 people

      • lastinillinois says:

        Because she knows better what is good for the serfs than the serfs know what is good for the serfs.

        I believe we are getting dangerously close to some authority figures (elected OR un-elected) being made public examples of.

        And its long overdue.

        Liked by 2 people

    • janc1955 says:

      Hopefully Kamala’s just-us brand of justice went away with the previous administration. Unfortunately, she’s in SoCal, so there’s that.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Sherlock says:

      She was a horrible DA, and an even worse Attorney General. Tried to use the AG’s office to prosecute the guy who released the “Planned Parenthood” videos.

      Liked by 1 person

  29. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 7 people

  30. fleporeblog says:

    Folks the left are going NUTS that our side would dare run an ad like this before tomorrow’s elections in Georgia and South Carolina. I knew it was just a matter of time and you will see this played throughout 2018 in states where Republicans are battling to take out an incumbent or to protect their seat. This is the reason they are trying everything in their power to suppress the fact the shooter had a hit list!

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/17/superpac-tv-ad-tells-georgias-sixth-congressional-district-voters-stop-the-violent-left/

    There is this little nugget in the article linked above;

    The shooting of Scalise, combined with news Thursday that the FBI is investigating the arrival of suspicious packages at Handel’s residence in suburban Atlanta that contained personal threats and an unknown substance, throw a wild card into the outcome of Tuesday’s election.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      He speaks! He speaks!

      Sounds like a teenager whose voice never changed. Very metro.
      With the Silicon Slimeballs, he works. They think he’s weak, malleable.
      But he’s a very clever young man and knows digital. Trump has him in
      the perfect place doing some good things. Will save billions of dollars wasted now.

      Liked by 2 people

  31. Paul says:

    Mean while , U.S just knock off a Syrian jet
    Russia in response is talkin smack. U.S in response to russia , bring it on !!
    Im saying to myself , now wheres the collusion!!! I made one of the biggest mistakes of my life . And that was not to join the army. I willl support my country along with
    President trump 150%.

    Even if i have to arm myself self and those who would stand up for this country . Its what i can do for America . Thankyou..

    Liked by 4 people

  32. napoleon32 says:

    The Iowa rally has been rescheduled for June 21st: https://www.donaldjtrump.com/rallies/cedar-rapids-ia/

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Dora says:

    I can’t even imagine what all of this is doing to tourism in Paris. I’m sure the businesses are suffering.

    ====

    Champs-Élysées terror in Paris as armed driver smashes car into police van

    THE Champs-Élysées area has been surrounded by police in Paris following a suspected attempted terror attack.

    http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/818839/Paris-terror-Champs-Elysees-France-police-shopping-palace-latest-news

    Liked by 3 people

    • napoleon32 says:

      They had their chance. Either Fillon or Le Pen would have been much better options. Instead they voted for Hollande with a prettier face and an unhealthy obsession with older women. Right down to the tendency to kiss Germany’s rear end. I’ll be interested in seeing how Macron handles this. I doubt I will be very impressed…

      Liked by 6 people

      • Bendix says:

        I can’t say I feel sorry for them. They seem to feel this makes them morally superior to us prejudiced barbarian right wing Americans.
        So let them wallow in the suck.

        Liked by 2 people

        • SEJMON says:

          Do not feel sorry for them…they never learn .Czechs paid dearly for mistake voting commies in 1946..it took them almost 44 yrs. correct mistake.

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    • Howie says:

      Visit the Eiffel Mosque

      Liked by 1 person

    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Ah, but this is just another incident of “live in the big city” and the people of Paris simply have to get used to it, per M. Macron. Comprendez-vous? And M. Macron knows that what goes on in Paris trickles down to the rest of France, eventually all the way down to village level. He’s OK with that.
      Meanwhile, he and his entourage ALL have armed security around them 24/7. Doesn’t M. Macron bill himself as “one of the people”? So he now must GET RID of his security detail and live just as he has condemned the REST of Paris, and France, to live. Including leaving the Elysee Palace and taking a flat somewhere else in Paris.

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  34. MAGADJT says:

    Interesting to see John Sununu making one of the same points as Sundance. Says maybe Mueller is stacking the legal team with dems in order to insulate himself from criticism when nothing comes of the ‘investigation’.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/06/former-nh-governor-mueller-hiring-biased-democrat-lawyers-knows-theres-nothing-investigate-video/

    Liked by 4 people

    • stillers213 says:

      More than that. It gives legitimacy to the investigation end result which will be the leaking and unmasking in the previous administration. I would imagine that Mueller is not very happy with what the reputation of the FBI has become since his departure in ’13.

      Liked by 3 people

      • mimbler says:

        Remember Mueller is the one that took all mention of islam out of FBI training which hinders their terrorist investigations, and possibly explains how things like the Orlando shooting happened even after the guy was reported to the FBI.

        I’m not at all confident he cares about the FBI’s reputation, and he was hand in hand with Comey in standing up to Republicans. He stood by for 5 years of Obama shenanigans as well,
        Mike

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  35. Mike says:

    Just for the heck of it: one of my favorite GOPe primary vids. History now That period was a good time!

    Liked by 7 people

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  38. citizen817 says:

    Liked by 12 people

    • lastinillinois says:

      This dog and pony “the Russians stole our election” show isn’t just to try and drum up public sentiment for a Trump impeachment,
      it’s mostly an (embarrassingly asinine) attempt at explaining the loss to their donors.

      The same donors they expect to fleece again next year, and in ’20, and in ’22, and in ………

      Liked by 2 people

  39. Troublemaker10 says:

    Dear California,

    Instead of twisting in the wind and going through these weird anti-Trump contortions, why don’t you just exert your 10th Amendment rights, limited Federal government, etc?
    ———

    Calexit 2.0 Willing to Negotiate with Trump for California Breakaway
    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/2017/06/18/calexit-2-0-willing-to-negotiate-with-trump-for-california-breakaway/

    Excerpt:

    However, it should not be assumed the California Freedom Coalition wants total freedom. The proposed amendment holds out the possibility the state could be “sovereign and autonomous” without actually breaking away from the U.S.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      California Money

      Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      GOOD, then we can save all the money we send to California.
      La Raza, receives 30 million in federal funds in California. I wonder how much else the Feds fund.

      Eons ago I read that the states get ~50% of there funding from the federal government. This is how the DC Swamp keeps control of the individual states. (Sorry I lost the URL years ago)

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  40. We he surprises the left by going after them, he’s not going to be accused of favoritism.

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  41. youme says:

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