Trump Fires Signal Flare: Winter is Coming – “The Big Ugly”…

Everything is proceeding according to a natural and predictable path.  Mr. Scaramucci is now in charge of White House messaging, the focus can now look toward the Capitol and go on offense; the “Big Ugly” is very clearly on the horizon.

Anxious Trump voters have been understandably frustrated by the lack of speed with which President Trump is able to force the MAGA agenda onto an unwilling DC political apparatus.  However, if you step back and look at the scope of the challenge, the situation is entirely understandable.

Donald Trump was a 100% pure political outsider, a citizen politician.  There was never any underlying organizational apparatus to support victory.  There was Dan, Hope, Michael and Corey; later Paul then Kellyanne and Steve. Everything else needed to be constructed from scratch and even the party apparatus didn’t support candidate Trump.

On November 9th 2016 President-elect Trump did not wake up with a staff of 50 political career employees sitting at Trump desks with Rolodexes filled with a network of affiliate political allies, personnel and associates to call upon to create the Trump administration.  Consequently President Trump needed to import the entire administrative personnel architecture to support the move to the White House.

President-elect Trump approached that challenge by hiring the Chairman of the RNC, Reince Priebus to fill out the hundreds of empty chairs.  Priebus brought a staff mostly from the RNC and his own network of contacts. Many of those people were not self-described deplorables, or MAGA-minded; hence, the leaking etc.

The Heritage Foundation, and a few other late-coming allied political groups were brought on to provide some more legislative-minded bodies to help turn the Trump populist and pragmatic campaign platform into actionable policy and legislation.  There simply wasn’t a decades old MAGA think tank as a resource.   Again, sub-contracting needed.

Understanding the dynamic of building out the administrative architecture leads to an understanding of the visible frustration.  However, this is exactly what citizen political operations look like absent of career political operatives familiar with all historic national political efforts.

The same outsider challenge applies to the thousands of political appointments etc.  Many of those remain unfilled, and many of the unfilled will probably remain unfilled because they are not value added when looked upon from the outside of an administrative state.  Even fully staffed, the Trump administration, when carried through all cabinet departments, will be thousands of people less than all recent presidencies.

However, over time the White House can hire and import people who are favorably MAGA-minded.

Six months into the administration the sub-contracted group is not as critical as initially the case on day #1.

The removal of the sub-contracted agents is a natural outcome of a process of filling out the administration with people who are more in line with the totality of the policy and ideology behind it.

This is why we previously shared: in the course of time, if you followed the process to its natural conclusion, there is bound to be a confrontation between the intransigent DC administrative and permanent political class -versus- President Trump and Team MAGA.  I called this predictable confrontation – “The Big Ugly”.

No longer needing the RNC outlook, MAGA-minded Anthony Scaramucci is now essentially Divisional VP in charge of White House Communications.  The next position to be filled will be “Chief-of-Staff”.  In that position we might see a Jim DeMint or similar; someone who is on board with the outsider approach, but insider aptitude.

Chris Christie, Rudy Giuliani and other visible Trump-minded supporters may now resurface as the foundation to support the purpose of their endeavors is more solidly in place.

As this transitional process of retooling, sharpening the saw, takes place; Trump also doesn’t waste any time. President Trump prepares to do battle with the administrative state who have shown no compunction to advance MAGA policy and have ignored or rebuked his outstretched hand.   Again, this confrontation is natural and entirely expected.

Thus we begin to see visible signs of the approach within tweets targeting politicians who stand in opposition to the agenda that President Trump ran on.

Many people might wonder what took so long.  However, when we take time to understand the nature of a complete political outsider winning the office of the Presidency and all that encompasses, we begin to understand the best part of what we voted for is only possible when the architecture to support it is fully in place.

We are nearing that point.

Winter is coming for the intransigent professional political class.

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722 Responses to Trump Fires Signal Flare: Winter is Coming – “The Big Ugly”…

  1. Question.

    What if? What if Trump says

    “I am fed up of being in a party that does not support me. I do not see any rational in me continuing to be a part of it. I no longer want to be a Republican. I am hence forth starting my own party. It will be called the America First Party, or, as a nickname, The Constitutionalists. I no longer have faith in the politicians who govern us, and neither do the people. I will govern by executive order until 2020, where I hope the America First Party will win enough seats to get my agenda done, as it is clear that the Senate and the Congress will get nothing done. I urge all of the people who voted for me, and all of the democrats who are fed up with the status quo to jump ship, and shake up the system, and vote for the America First Party, and for me in 2020. I also call upon professional people who love their country, and who wish to have a chance at governing to step forward and make yourself available for governing this great nation.

    The Republicans do not represent you. And neither do the Democrats. All they want is your vote, and then they ignore you. They only represent their lobbyists who pay them huge sums to vote for laws which are not in your best interest. It is time to throw it all overboard, and start again.”

    What are the chances of him succeeding?

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    • Marc says:

      Zero chance. It’s much easier to co-opt an existing entity than to establish a new one. Trump is head of the Republican Party now. He is in the position to reform Republicanism as a whole rather than make a new party and build it up from scratch. It would take more than his remaining lifetime to do so.

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      • missmarple2 says:

        I agree with you, Marc. There isn’t enough time to build up state organizational structures in 50 states. It would cause chaos and lead to a loss in 2020. No, he has to convert those within the party, which he is well on his way to doing with the electorate, but the DC people are going to need something to make them shift their way of thinking. A lot of them think if they just drag their feet and keep their heads down, they can wait him out.

        Hence, an all-out effort will begin to convert these people. I think that will start Tuesday.

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        • Hi Mark, and Miss Marple.

          Thanks for the reply. It would be tough. However, this is Trump we’re talking about. What was the chances of him winning the presidency when he came down the escalators and tore into illegal immigrants?

          The way I see it, it would take just as long to clean up the republican party as it would to form a new one. And it would be formed while the leader is the president. Such a huge advantage.

          Secondly, the Republican brand is so badly damaged. People hate them. Even the ones who voted for them. They just hate the Democrats even more. It’s like a choice of cancer or herpes. I’d choose herpes, but really, who wants that? This is an irreperably damaged brand. It can only be superficially reformed. When he leaves office, it will go back to its stinking swamp again, and then where are we?

          Trump wants long term results, and whilst a really “out there” idea, it is one very well worth considering.

          The Republicans would be toast. Even the threat of it would have them changing their tune. They would lose their lunch ticket forever. Remember the Whigs? It is a very similar situation, and Trump loves honest Abe. Maybe he is thinking of it.

          Thanks for replying to quite an outlandish post. But we do have the man in power to do something like this.

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          • Timmy says:

            You don’t need to create a new party.

            2018 elections. Vote out cuckservatives, vote in MAGA ppl. And just like that, the Republican party is ours.

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            • Marc says:

              This is the idea. The Uniparty people MUST be exposed. This is how Pres. Trump tore them apart in the primaries. It wasn’t the insults, but his stark opposition to everything the cuckservative GOP candidates stood for:more wars around the globe, cutting social welfare for Americans yet keeping the border wide open, “free trade”, and ignoring the pain of the middle/working class. Trump was boldly pro people instead of going by the established order of what a Republican is supposed to believe.

              I believe this is why Trump has essentially put the nail in the coffin of Libertarianism as a political movement. Too much focus on the 50K foot stuff(economic growth, promoting cheap immigrant labor, budget cutting) and no where near enough focus on what Joe Blow down the street cares about like his non-existent paycheck, rising crime around the neighborhood, his high medical bills, and his kids’ tuition.

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            • As was pointed out before I got here, starting another political party in the time Trump has to do so, simply is not feasible. In order to get on the ballot, a candidate or party must meet a variety of complex, state-specific filing requirements and deadlines.

              For example, the Libertarian party was formed in 1971, and a year later, they had only managed to get onto two state ballots. It took them 9 more years from their founding to get on the ballots of all 50 states (1980). Today, out of 20 something parties, only the Libertarians, Dems and Repubs are all on all ballots.

              There has actually been an America First Party since the 1940s, and today, it is on the ballots of exactly one state. LOL.

              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/America_First_Party_(1944)

              So you can see that this is a rigged system to keep outsiders out of the uniparty.

              This is what outsider Trump is fighting and us along with him.

              Our only hope is to vote out every Republican member of the uniparty! And this is no easy task. Someone, somewhere, is going to have to lead a campaign effort nationwide to vote out the uniparty in the home districts of these Republicans……

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            • Laronda says:

              I was reading a few less than favorable articles on Mike Pence plotting. I would hate to thin Pence/Ryan/McConnell are up to something. But nothing is out of the realm these days.

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            • Benson II says:

              The solution has been at our fingertips, you might say forever but to many have ignored it.
              https://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com/

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            • H. Hoover says:

              Sounds easy

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            • toomanykats says:

              Except who would have thought that Ryan would win his district by 82%?? They are in bed like ticks and hard to get out

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          • tempo150101 says:

            Trump flirted with the reform party for a while. If anybody knows what an impossible job it is to create another party, it’s Trump.

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            • daughnworks247 says:

              In 8 years, Obama has almost completed the rebuilding of another “party” in OFA, Organizing for America. Using fees paid by bank settlements, redirected by a corrupt GOP, Organizing for America saps money, volunteers, and messaging from the regular state party DNC organizations.
              Remember the article from Louisiana?
              OFA existed in the state of Louisiana for 4 years, was giving press conferences during the primary, and in a quote from the Dem Party Chair of Louisiana claimed, “I’ve never met this person.” The Dem party and OFA were in conflict.
              Like others here, I thought the building of a “new” party was a monumental task and if anyone tried it, it would take at least a decade and billions of dollars. Well, Obama had 8 years and billions to spend. Could it be that Obama/Soros/Valerie wanted to lurch to the left?

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          • Takeadeepbreath, The republican leadership would rather the brand die then give in to the America First/MAGA agenda. The people HATE them because we are not stupid and now have seen and experienced their corporation/money driven policies.

            It is time to start a new party! The road will be impossible (DJTs starting point), but if we, the people, are willing to work hard, with leadership like never before, it can be done.

            My only worry is that the money will follow the new parties elected and we will be in the exact same place.

            Money no longer buys elections, but it does corrupt people.

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            • laurelmarycecilia says:

              get new leadership…………. TRUMP………..job done

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            • bolshevict says:

              They were weak enough to let Trump take the nomination.

              Trump needs to leverage his power of appointment/patronage to use carrots/sticks and get better people into GOP leadership. Reward compliance, punish the rebels.
              For example, Ryan loyalists should be identified and blacklisted from Federal appointments….and Wisconsin Republican leadership should know that he’d block Federal money while putting the stink on them and their friends for Federal appointments as well….

              With the power of the purse and old-fashioned patronage, an elected President who remains in the Party can accomplish what a Third Party would need decades to do.

              Trump got the little positive press (very early in the nomination process) from places like MSNBC because Dems originally hoped he’d SPLIT the GOP. That’s still a Democrat fever dream…..Lets NOT give them what they want.

              BTW, we need to reach out to REAL Libertarians…make a real show of accommodating them in our platform, to justify it. An extra 1 or 2 percent will come in even handier when that Commission gets done attacking the Dem voter fraud and illegals voting. Get rid of their bogus voters and take a few from EVERYbody at the margins. Thats how to build a winning coalition.

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          • Please says:

            If you leave the republican party to create a new party, the republican party would still exist. There would be two major parties against President Trump.

            He is doing well as Sundance has outlined. He is ending his ‘transitional’ period and now is in position to create a cabinet and staff that is like-minded. Then, in time for 2018, he will be able to support those candidates that are like minded.

            I do like your call to those private citizens who are America First minded, to run for office and to support our President Trump. I pray this comes to pass.

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          • Dr T says:

            You forget that Trump is the master of branding and rebranding. By the time he’s done implementing “the big ugly ” the RINOS will be gone , the demoncrats will be replaced by real MAGAs and the Republican brand will be polished into MAGA/America First and it will shine like 24k gold as it never was before .

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          • You may be correct in that people hate the republican party, but the voters by in large love Trump. If Trump can turn the republican party into the party of Trump, then the people who voted for him and still support him will go with him and old republican party will be gone and replaced. The old die heart establishment republicans will be relegated to minor wing of the party.
            It will be much easier to do this with the frame work and structure of the existing republican party than it would be to start an entirely new party from scratch.

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        • Marc says:

          The solution is kill the funding of the corporate entities. Dry up the lobbying money and reform campaign financing, and the Deep State has little means to exist. Why go against the people’s best interests when it won’t benefit your corporate owners? There won’t even be corporate owned politicians anymore either.

          Simply pushing an America First message and getting elected is a yuge first step. Now, it’s swamp draining time. Before 2020, POTUS will have to tear down the fixtures in government like Citizen’s United and do an audit of the FED(in order to abolish it) to really make lasting change.

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          • DHarvey says:

            Trump and Bannon need to ‘coordinate’ (ahem) with a well financed MAGA enthusiastic PAC (let’s call it MAGA PAC for the sake of this discussion) and have MAGA PAC spend the funds to identify truly outstanding MAGA candidates to challenge as many RINO’s as possible in the 2018 primaries. (MAGA PAC would also do serious marketing to us Deplorables to help finance its venture.) And for those MAGA candidates who are successful in beating RINO’s in the primary, then for MAGA PAC to fully support financially the general election fight against the Democrat opponent. At the same time, MAGA PAC needs to do outreach within the incumbent Republican Congress to help create what will become the MAGA Caucus in both House and Senate. In other words, those few ‘non-RINO’s’would also help expand the MAGA Caucus ranks. This MAGA Caucus would be a vital and pivotal force to move MAGA legislation forward. And all this done under the existing Republican banner.

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        • hippielouie says:

          Rally time!!!! 😀

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      • BAM says:

        It would be history repeating itself, i.e., the Bull moose party.

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        • Marc says:

          Yes, I’m also reminded of the Machiavelli quote Sundance likes to repeat.
          [quote]It must be remembered that there is nothing more difficult to plan, more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to manage than the creation of a new system. For the initiator has the enmity of all who would profit by the preservation of the old institution and merely lukewarm defenders in those who gain by the new ones.[/quote]

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      • Dr T says:

        President Reagan tried to reform the Republican Party during his election and first year in office prior to his assassination attempt and he was successful to an enormous degree creating a new generation of Reagan republicans who were also America First in their beliefs.
        However, the advantage that President Reagan had was that as prior governor of California he came to office with a huge contingency of supporters and government experienced individuals, something that our current President did not have. He however is a winner and he will find a way of Reforming the Republican Party to a true America First and constitutionalist Party for We The People. I have no doubt he will do this. Watch him. Have faith.

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        • Marc says:

          I believe he can do it but Trump needs so patriotic deplorables with knowledge of the system by his side. Seems like choosing really rich people has been good for the President. Ross, Scaramucci, and Tillerson are very rich individuals but the are MAGA minded and immune to payoffs. However, the only way to turn a good man that can’t be bought is with violence. It worked on Reagan, didn’t it? That’s why I pray for POTUS and his Cabinet’s safety above all else.

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          • I would replace your “really rich” description with “very successful”. There are a lot of “really rich” people that inherited their money. PDJT’s team is very successful and their “really rich” qualification is a result of that success, not the other way around.

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        • PNWLifer says:

          We cannot just watch him. We must help him.

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          • livlovely101 says:

            I pray for him and those who are close enough to help him, including his family.

            But when our help is needed, I will be there and so will many others. I believe the only way we can help him now is to continue to listen to and support him, and let him know we understand the beast he is fighting and therefore, we will patiently wait for him to get things done.

            We must believe in him no matter what; we are watching him make history every day he is in office! And the only reason he fought to do this job is because he loves his country and loves the people that make America great; it’s truly an incredible time to be an American!

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        • Benson II says:

          The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy to Take Back the Republican Party and then America at the Ballot Box.
          https://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com/

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      • Trump has a better chance of rehabilitating a Bowery bum than the Republican party. Best he kicks them in the chops and launch a new effort.

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      • vincent cuomo says:

        Sadly, Marc, you are right; Trump and us deplorables nedd to take over the Republican party and we need to pirge it of all the Never Trumpers like McMuffin, Graham and McCain, Ryan and McConell, and if we can not get rid of them then we need to intimidate enough to toe the line and pass Trump’s agenda How do you intimidate; we must defeat Ryan; if he is defeated then others will see the futility of resisting Trump.

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      • W-D says:

        Agreed Marc. There needs to be a new transition team formed, a team that transitions, at this point, the worst of the establishment Republicans out and MAGA minded replacements in for the mid-term elections next year. Trump took the first step in doing that this morning when he called out the Republicans who “were carried over the line on my back”.

        Trump has the bully pulpit and knows how to use it. Use it to rid him and ourselves of the establishment Republicans.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        YES, THIS! It’s about the legal apparatus that is already set up. Just need to eliminate the evil position heads, and replace with MAGA-minded. (Just like congress!)

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    • Piper says:

      Takeadeepbreath- I’m 💯% for Trump doing that!!

      I’ve whined about it here quite a few times- I trust President Trump implicitly!

      I trust the President to protect me and my freedoms one million percent!

      In case there is a question: I 💕💘💖💕💞President Trump!!

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      First get rid of all the Democrats. Then get rid of the RINO’s.

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    • Joanne Avella says:

      There is no chance whatsoever. The way the voting system is set up in the different states the establishment in both parties have made it virtually impossible.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      The Party of Lincoln is now the Party of Trump. In our country’s history, President Trump will stand with Giants!

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      • RG says:

        Just keep the Uniparty antics in front of the American people and sooner or later, it will fall with leadership from the MAGA patriots.

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    • Yankee Lawyer says:

      Trump already did a hostile takeover of the GOP. Ryan, McConnell, and company are the prior management that tried to preserve their cushy positions with poison pills, but the shareholder voters ultimately approved Trump’s offer.

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    • rf121 says:

      I will govern by executive order until 2020.

      That is called a dictatorship. No thanks.

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      • And with the uniparty just pretending to listen to the electorate, but in reality are just lining their own pockets representing a handful of powerful men, you call that what?

        That too is a dictatorship of sorts. I do really take your point, but we don’t have a sound system of government as it is.

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      • nuthinmuffin says:

        like the last eight years?

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      • Nope.

        Obama had to do this as well. This is because we have the most incompetent, do nothing congress in the history of the United States. They are as worthless as titties on a boar hog.

        But note how often Obama’s EOs were overturned by SCOTUS. We are a country of three, equal branches. And there is no way that the Executive Branch is a dictatorship simply by exercising its right to issue EOs, because it is being watched closely by the Judicial Branch.

        However, I predict that Trumps EOs will be constitutional, unlike Obama’s.

        He has a lot to do that he has promised his base to do. If congress is just shut down, as they appear to be with these people in charge of it, then I fully support Trump’s efforts to work with SCOTUS to get past them.

        .

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      • RG says:

        Sometimes “temporary” measures are needed to correct a wrong.

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      • Prisoner says:

        Dictator change existing laws at will, impose mass surveillance illegally, use the DOJ to threaten police departments, attack opponents with lawsuits and agencies, … this went on with the previous president, not the present one.

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    • bandfreak22 says:

      Could he not leave the Republican party and go back to being and Independent?

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      • Sherlock says:

        What would that accomplish? He couldn’t run for reelection as a republican candidate, and the GOP would obviously nominate a candidate, and the vote would be split. It would guarantee defeat for Trump (and the GOP candidate as well, of course) and the dem would win, almost by default.
        Even if the GOP guy only took 15 percent or so, we’d lose.

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      • El Torito says:

        We need to finish what we started. By 2020 Trump won’t need to run Independent because most of the RINO funding will be cut off. With or without his agenda being implemented.

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    • WonkoTheSane says:

      Read the post from Donna in Oregon below. MAGA is a hostile takeover of the R party. You don’t give up a business after you take it over, not do you give up a political party. You make it work the you want it to work.

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    • Jasper says:

      People in my state already talking seriously about doing just this. Came up with a name nearly identical to America First Party. May not be as hard as we would think. Wonder how many groups in other states are saying the same thing.

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      • Those who know me, know that I keep throwing out my wishes to start a political party consisting of my American Civic Nationalist views, just like Bannon, Trump, Miller and most of our founding fathers.

        It is like herding cats.

        So keep us informed as to how this goes. Yes, there are groups in other states that will be sympathetic to this. It will just take extreme organization and excellent leadership….

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      • W-D says:

        It’s better to rid the Republican party of the RINOs rather than starting from scratch with a new party. It can be done over the next 3 years.

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    • Masterman says:

      Why the freak should Trump give way to the RINOs? Ryan, McConnell and co are the ones who should be told to find a new party.

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      • Irons says:

        “Ryan, McConnell and co are the ones who should be told to find a new party”

        THAT RIGHT THERE!!! The cuck & traitor party fits them perfectly.

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      • chbailey says:

        Now there’s some truth and muscle right there and lays bare the “UniParty” goal to eliminate all borders, including political party distinctions. “In name only”. What a travesty. Little wonder we want a new political party since “we the people” endured the traitorous R takeover.
        But I think you’ve got it and we see it now. Restore the Republican Party. “It’s a movement folks!”

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    • snailmailtrucker says:

      I agree…Burn it the F down and start all over…the Ds will never have another person elected !
      Actually Trump should have gone 3rd Party and the GOPe and the Ds would both
      be Dead and Buried by now !

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      • Bill says:

        Does the name Ross Perot ring a bell?
        Splitting the R vote gave us Clinton…..
        We really need to pay attention to history here.

        Donald has done a hostile takeover of the R party, by splitting up the opposition. Not going third party and loosing. We need to continue his stratagy, and weed the ones out we can at the ballot box.

        We need to work on purging the obstructions in the drain that is preventing the swamp from draining. Some of these have grown roots to prevent easy removal. Never Trumpers, RINO’s, and Demoncrats are only some of the obstructions in the drain.

        Our POTUS is exposing the opposition for all to see.

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    • Bud Klatsch says:

      Not yet, but in time if the GOP does not embrace and support Trump

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    • USMCLt says:

      The Republican Party was infiltrated by Progressives over a century ago and it continues to be infected by Progressive vermin to this day. Until we recognize this fact and cull out these creeps, the Republican Party will never, ever allow MAGA to succeed. All Progressive Republicans must be smoked out and removed from the Party!!!

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    • linda7780 says:

      PT already has his own party, the people. He began his campaign going directly to the people, especially the forgotten ones. I think he knows how to get support and people are daily waking up to the reality that they had gotten comfortable in the fact that nothing was going to change, producing no hope. Now, they do see a glimmer of light. He knows the people will be the future voters. It doesn’t matter what party they have supported in the past. It’s up to us to expose the leaders and members of state who have been wallowing and stalling in stagnant water, completely satisfied with the money and benefits they receive for doing nothing. I love how the health care issue has been handled. He put it in the hands of the republican party and while the ball is in their court, their feet are being held to the fire on promises they made over the last few years. Now, we get to see what they are going to do with it. If they don’t make decisions that is best for US it will be all over but the crying.

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    • JoeThePimpernel says:

      He can form a party within a party, the MAGA division of the GOP. All RINOs will be primaried by MAGA-endorsed candidates. The voters will know what to do.

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    • HammerDog says:

      Zero chance.

      President Trump needs to stay within the Republican Party, but not be of it. Essentially, he succeeded in a hostile takeover of the party. Like in business, there will be a lot of holdovers from the previous “company” in his administration. But, as sd said, they will gradually be phased out.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      In my opinion, Trump fits in the “Republican” party far more than these turncoats selling out America, while keeping the “Republican” voting populace salivating your way to the polls after the red meat thrown out by the “Republican” candidates.

      This is a game to them. Now, everyone knows. They cuck-voted to repeal Oprabamacare how many times – when it would have no impact except to be red meat for voters – “send me back and this time I will end Oprabamacare” – and when the real opportunity arrived, they were shown out.

      Why make a new party? Just reclaim the old party. You will be far ahead of us basic, Constutution-believing Americans who would vote Democrat if we could only get our party back from the Communists.

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    • Ozzie says:

      Trumps got this, every time these congressmen stall and do nothing they are killing their themselves. The congress owns all this mess and they cannot go back now to exposed lies.
      Trump is the exterminator! He pulls back the piles of trash and the rats run everywhere. We as voters get to stomp these nasty congress critters as they try to hide somewhere else. These are bad people, have no mercy.

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    • joninmd22 says:

      Look at history. The Republican party started from scratch in 1854 built on a coalition of abolitionists and former Whigs. While they did well electorally it wasn’t until 1860 that the party controlled both houses and the presidency. During that time the presidents were pro slavery democrats, Pierce and Buchanan.

      We don’t have the time to do that and the ideological basis of the Republican party is largely in alignment with Trumps policies. Congressional republicans and their rent seekers have abandoned mainstream conservative thought for the lobbyist / Chamber of Commerce model of corruption.

      Note I didn’t say the conservative absolutism of the Levin’s or the libertarian fantasies of Rand Paul. Pres. Trump’s efforts are pragmatic not ideological. That recognizes the incremental shift over 100 years to the left that has nearly destroyed the United States is not going to be repaired in one term but over decades.

      It’ll be more effective, but not necessarily easier, to bring the republican party to heel rather than build a new party

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    • Hutzpa says:

      Love the fantasy but practically speaking he needs even the appearance of support while fighting the swampthings. Why provoke the RINO rebellion into overt action. Trump knows how to win and will draw more into his camp or drive them out individually.

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    • b0yzero says:

      Below, is the link to a clip of Donald Trump on the Oprah Winfrey show in 1988. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEPs17_AkTI&t=48s In this video, it is apparent that President Trump has held his same MAGA perspective for decades. It is my belief that he has spent the past 30 to 40 years preparing his own worldwide version of the Deep State through top legal firms and other institutions. His take-down of the Deep State has been carefully orchestrated over a very long period of time. He knows exactly what he is doing and has the resources worldwide to accomplish this. I would suspect that it is his people who are behind the taking down of Google in Europe. The Big Ugly started a very long time ago and the Deep State doesn’t stand a chance. MAGA!

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    • kate says:

      I like this idea and the thing is it will most likely have to happen.

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      • JAS says:

        Problem with multiple-party governments (more than two) has been around for a long time for everyone to see. The only way this would work is if one of the present parties disappears. If not the will even more deadlock an poor decisions than we have now.

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    • Jorge Arturo says:

      Nice, I have seen only a few others inculding myself who have expressed the similar sentiments…. this was my hopes from the beginning of candidate Trump….. It’s a hail Mary but I strongly believe it will be the winning touchdown. BTW this was a good article as well….

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  2. Bob says:

    The Mooch is about as MAGA as Ted Cruz.

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    • piper567 says:

      what does this even mean?

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    • missmarple2 says:

      You are wrong. I listened to all of the interviews today, and I paid attention to him during the transition.

      He had not realized the trouble the middle class was in because he was spending his time building his business. After Walker dropped out he spoke to the President who showed him. He was on the campaign trail quite a bit after that.

      MAGA has enough room for people who don’t agree on every single issue. The goal is to make this country great again. Scaramucci understands that.

      It’s similar to how Catholics and Evangelicals do not agree on many theological points, but they come together in the Right to Life movement.

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      • EV22 says:

        Earlier today, I criticized Scaramucci, but I finished listening to the rest of his interviews on the recommendation of other Treepers. So, I will slightly amend my earlier comment and give him an okay grade on content and a higher grade for cheerleading and softening up Tapper and Wallace and lowering the level of press hostility.

        But, to say that ANYBODY in NYC didn’t realize how much trouble the middle class was in since 2008 because they were too busy building their business is nonsense. You just have to walk a couple of blocks of NYC. It’s staring you in the face. Small businesses – empty. Construction – mostly illegals. When NYC is bustling and the economy is humming, people are walking around, shopping, the city is not filled with Occupy Wall Street and BLM protests, etc.

        Are you telling me a Harvard law graduate is too stupid to put two and two together? Especially someone who came from a middle class background?

        He may be the right guy for straightening out the messaging mess and getting that back on track as well as closing down the White House leaks. I wish him the best of luck because if he succeeds it will go a long way to fixing what needs to be fixed in the White House. But I ain’t buying that jive about “I didn’t realize….”

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        • missmarple2 says:

          I will have to bow to your opinion, since I am in the Midwest and not in New York City.

          However, I will say this. I don’t run a business which occupies all of my time. I noticed some stores closing and some empty buildings around here, but I didn’t connect it to anything but local conditions, poor management, and the leftovers from the 2008 financial crash. I didn’t realize how many regulations had been dumped on small businesses, how many people were struggling with Obamacare, etc. until President Trump ran and started highlighting this stuff.

          Maybe he should have known. But maybe he was like me, too pre-occupied with other things.

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          • EV22 says:

            Dear Miss Marple,

            I can totally understand that. Where my mom lives, when people began to struggle, lose their jobs etc., they did their best to “keep up appearances.” Problems were not so public.

            Here in NYC, the homeless population has doubled from ten years ago, from 30,000 to over 60,000. Occupy Wall Street made the financial district hell for over two months back in 2011. It’s kind of hard to miss the signs.

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        • Joan says:

          I lived in NYC for 40 years. There is a lot of tunnel vision there. Some people finally wake up. Some don’t. And there are an awful lot of Harvard Law graduates who are really stupid in many ways. Obama was one. I take Scaramucci at his word.

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        • mztore says:

          Sort of, kind of agree. Not sure what to think as he did make some ‘nasty’ comments about our President. I hope that is over with. But then again, wasn’t sold on Kelly-Ann either until she was seen in action. By the way, In January, some publication said she had
          resigned…..I see that didn’t happen, and quit the news programs.

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      • geri670 says:

        I think it’s wonderful that the Mooch saw the light and crossed over. We could use many more like him.

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    • TexasDude says:

      Bob, you realize Trump is not ideological in party?

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  3. Wend says:

    Wow, that would be pretty groovy.

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  4. scott467 says:

    Trump Fires Signal Flare: Winter is Coming – “The Big Ugly”…

    ________________

    These are some of my favorite articles, the title makes me smile from ear to ear before I have even read the first line.

    Been waiting so long… restrained for so long… held back for so long….

    Finally, it is it time to release the Kraken.

    .

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  5. Matt says:

    What I just realized is that we need more than a signal flare from the President, we need something more like the “BAT SIGNAL”!

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    • tempo150101 says:

      I think they have been dropping some bread crumbs on 4chan and other places to tell us that everything is okay. We won’t know things for certain for a long time, but when you put the pieces together, I’m pretty confident that things are moving in a very positive direction right now.

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      • AdamSelene says:

        > Believing larpers.

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        • tempo150101 says:

          I normally would agree with you except two things: Bill Mitchell hints at this and Adam Gingrich said something was going down at the end of the month, early August. Adam Gingrich told us about McCain’s cancer the week before it was widely known.

          Here’s Bill Mitchell with a cryptic tweet:

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  6. Stringy theory says:

    Fantastic post, Sundance. I have been down in the dumps over all of this, lately, and this piece renews my optimism. Everyone that I know that voted for Trump still supports him 100 percent. I look forward to his kicking some GOP ass in the near future. Trump’s tweet about carrying some of those SOBs across the finish line is absolutely right. God bless President Trump.

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  7. mitrom says:

    The only way the establishment Republicans may support Trump and his agenda is to put as much pressure on them. Suggest contacting as many of these establishment types and tell them either stop this witch hunt, support Trump and his agenda, or they can kiss their political career good-bye. I’ve been sending some of them this message periodically. The more the better.

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    • scott467 says:

      “Suggest contacting as many of these establishment types and tell them either stop this witch hunt, support Trump and his agenda, or they can kiss their political career good-bye. I’ve been sending some of them this message periodically. The more the better.”

      ________________

      That’s just it, they don’t care.

      They have already been paid to deliver results for their owners. That money is taken and spent (or in an offshore account somewhere).

      There is no changing course or backing off now.

      As Sundance reminds us regularly, the entire UniParty construct has been decades in the making. It would not matter if 20,000,000 Americans showed up in Washington D.C. with megaphones and shouted, in their faces, at the same time.

      Suppose you have been working somewhere for 15 to 20 years, and the result of your decades long effort is about to come to fruition. The money has been spent, the zoning has been approved, the laws are in place, the financing is set, and you have already banked millions during the process.

      You don’t have an option of not delivering for the people who are paying your salary and bonuses.

      Not even if the whole town comes out in protest.

      You’re going to do exactly what your boss paid you to do.

      Now, WHO is your Congressman’s boss?

      The people who paid him (on AVERAGE!) $5.8 million dollars last year alone?

      Or the guy who sent an angry email?

      THAT is the problem.

      Emails can be ignored, even MILLIONS of them.

      But the people who paid you millions of dollars to deliver their agenda cannot be ignored. You’ll go on a permanent vacation with Jimmy Hoffa or disappear into the Witness Protection Program before that happens.

      .

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      • missmarple2 says:

        Maybe you don’t realize it, but your post reads like there is no hope.

        I refuse to follow that way of thinking.

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        • geri670 says:

          I don’t read it that way at all. What I see is truth and reality. He’s only stating how the sausage is made in D.C., and its ugly, or dismal, if you will. We know we have hope, cause DJT is our beloved president!

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        • scott467 says:

          “Maybe you don’t realize it, but your post reads like there is no hope.

          I refuse to follow that way of thinking.”

          ______________

          I didn’t mean it that way.

          There is LOTS of hope, now more than anytime in my lifetime.

          But there is no hope at all that UniParty traitors are going to ‘see the light’ and have a “road to Damascus” moment. They can’t. They’ve already been paid.

          The hope is that ALL of this is about to be exposed, so that it becomes common knowledge. And further, the hope is that President Trump can back primary challengers to as many of these UniParty Republi-cons as possible, so we don’t lose majorities in the House or Senate, but rather replace UniParty NeverTrump traitors with MAGA Republicans.

          .

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          • scott467 says:

            Continued:

            Starting with Paul Nehlen running again, against the traitor Paul Ryan.

            The UniParty NeverTrump traitors have already taken and spent their 30 pieces of silver.

            It’s gone.

            They can’t take it back to the Temple now and throw it at the feet of the chief priests and elders in regret, even if they wanted to.

            .

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            • scott467 says:

              As my old friend Bob Dylan once said:

              Come gather ’round people
              Wherever you roam
              And admit that the waters
              Around you have grown
              And accept it that soon
              You’ll be drenched to the bone
              If your time to you is worth savin’
              Then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll sink like a stone
              For the times they are a-changin’

              Come writers and critics
              Who prophesize with your pen
              And keep your eyes wide
              The chance won’t come again
              And don’t speak too soon
              For the wheel’s still in spin
              And there’s no tellin’ who that it’s namin’
              For the loser now will be later to win
              For the times they are a-changin’

              Come senators, congressmen
              Please heed the call
              Don’t stand in the doorway
              Don’t block up the hall
              For he that gets hurt
              Will be he who has stalled
              There’s a battle outside and it is ragin’
              It’ll soon shake your windows and rattle your walls
              For the times they are a-changin’

              Come mothers and fathers
              Throughout the land
              And don’t criticize
              What you can’t understand
              Your sons and your daughters
              Are beyond your command
              Your old road is rapidly agin’
              Please get out of the new one if you can’t lend your hand
              For the times they are a-changin’

              The line it is drawn
              The curse it is cast
              The slow one now
              Will later be fast
              As the present now
              Will later be past
              The order is rapidly fadin’
              And the first one now will later be last
              For the times they are a-changin’

              .

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            I’ve watched enough crime movies to know weasels tend to be cowards who don’t necessarily stay paid. There is no honor among thieves. If enough loud and noisy pressure is brought to bear, the congress critters will be cowering under their desks and making pretty speeches. I think they can be shamed or muscled into changing course.

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            • scott467 says:

              “I’ve watched enough crime movies to know weasels tend to be cowards who don’t necessarily stay paid. There is no honor among thieves. If enough loud and noisy pressure is brought to bear, the congress critters will be cowering under their desks and making pretty speeches. I think they can be shamed or muscled into changing course.”

              ______________

              I hope you’re right, Sylvia.

              My concern is that they care more about staying alive than losing their jobs.

              I’m kind of amazed the Clintons are still alive, after all the payoffs they took, and then didn’t come through.

              They should have wound up on their own Clinton body-count list by now.

              .

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            • thegman77 says:

              But never again trusted. There’s the problem. Unethical people don’t become ethical via being forced. They just find a more secretive way of corruption.

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        • SharkFL says:

          The hope is at the ballot box. Replace the sell-outs. Clean up the voting integrity. Prosecute those bribed and doing the bribing.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Orygun says:

            It has always revolved around having honest elections. That is why the status quo keep saying there is no election fraud.

            With the advent of the internet it is easy to see the lies and deceit by the politicians but without a honest vote we are stymied. The biggest task ahead of Trump is to insure we have honest elections.

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        • MissMarple2…exactly correct…what PDJT is doing is:
          1) Loading the MOAB for the mission, 2) Reading final Intel on Target, 3) Getting clearance from ground control, Mooch, 4) Prepping the battlefield, 5) Awaiting for right time to strike!!! “the art of war”. If one goes about NOT finding out the intelligence then the MOAB will be for naught. PDJT does NOT do anything without backup plan…AND KNOWING WHEN TO STRIKE!!!

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        • joninmd22 says:

          He’s stating the challenge we will face in draining the swamp and why the republican Congress is not moving the presidents agenda. The answer isn’t in appealing to the Congress Critters better natures but in understanding who they are and that they’ll have to be defeated.

          If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.
          Sun Tzu

          This is no more pessimistic than an analysis of Great Britain’s militarysituation after the fall of France in 1940. They had a fighting Prime minister and the support of the people to carry on to victory.

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      • Joan says:

        Dismal. Yes. But people can still be voted out of office.

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  8. Geotech says:

    “Something wicked (and wonderful) this way comes”

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  9. Donna in Oregon says:

    Any Treeper that has been thru a Corporate takeover knows that there is a period of time where the elements of the former organization is left in place in the beginning. It is analyzed and then a plan is formed for the new organization to take over.

    The Trump admin. has been studying the post Obama/Bush/Clinton political system. The plans have been ongoing for the Trump organization to seamlessly take the entire system over. This is how Corporate takeovers are managed, this is how President Trump is taking power from the Globalist cabal. The leaks are just an inconvenience, it is the death throes of the old system.

    We are to the second page of our President’s promises. This is where the Swamp is strongest and the Trump admin. must make a dramatic impact to shock the system. The political Swamp must have equal force in both branches, the legislative and the executive to survive. The imbalance created by the Trump admin. takeover will force change in Congress. They cannot survive without cover from the White House. The Judicial Swamp survives at the pleasure of the Congress. The President is going to infuse the Judicial branch with MAGA judges. This will create a trifecta for the elimination of the Swamp.

    First get rid of all the Democrats, then get rid of the RINO’s.

    Page 2 of President Trump’s Contract With America

    I will work with Congress to introduce the following broader legislative measures
    and fight for their passage within the first 100 days of my Administration:

    Middle Class Tax Relief and Simplification Act, End the Offshoring Act
    American Energy and Infrastructure Act, School Choice and Education Opportunity Act
    Repeal and Replace Obamacare Act, Affordable Childcare and Eldercare Act
    End Illegal Immigration Act, Restoring Community Safety Act
    Restoring National Security Act, Clean Up Corruption in Washington Act

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    • Jmbuck says:

      Yes, I forgot about that. The timing is usually 6 months. I forgot to think of it as a business model instead of politics as usual. Whole new thing. Take 6 months to learn who everyone left is, what they know, and how they and everything works, then make major changes, especially in personnel. That’s where we are. Thank you Donna in Oregon, you always have great post.

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    • BobBoxBody says:

      Exactly. I’ve said this before, a while back. The only way this scam can continue is if all three branches are in on it. Trump making the executive branch honest is exposing the fraudulence and malevolence within the other two. People are seeing it.

      Ultimately, the Swamp is in a rock or a hard place. This makes them dangerous and desperate, but it also forces them to show their true colors for all to see. They have no choice but to act now, and when they do they’ll be sealing their fate.

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    • PNWLifer says:

      Donna, This is excellent. Having personally been a change manager (before it was an official thing) in a corporate merger (I was on team takeover working to coordinate and implement a merger of their systems to ours) I faced tremendous personal hostility from many as if all the change was my totally on me. Many employees refused to be helpful. Some deliberately undermined our efforts, bad mouthed us to their customers, told us we didn’t understand how things worked and they didn’t care to listen and learn anything about our company and how they truly could be a successful part of it. We were simply a threat to the old way and therefore the enemy. Those folks started losing their jobs after about six months because they wouldn’t get on board. Because of the huge growth resulting from the merger few jobs were being eliminated and most had good opportunities to move to other positions if theirs did end up cut. These people simply wouldn’t get on the team so they had to go.

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  10. wmingpt says:

    Trump needs to do periodic televised addresses to the nation outlining his agenda and who and what the obstacles are. The MSM will go balistic but the message will be out there….beat them at their game and take no prisoners.

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  11. US says:

    The Senators should not have threatened Trump´s family, Jr. and Jared.

    That and the Russia-Iran-North Korea sanctions power grab. Do you remember the Corker (voted by Cruz) amendment in favor of Iran-Obama treaty? I do.

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  12. M says:

    I believe this Tweet is in response to the RINO blackmail issued by Tad Thune and others that Trump better sign the Russian Sanctions bill which states that they did as the DNC GPS FUSION conspiracy has tried to established and failed, that in fact Russia did interfere in the 2016 elections. It is draconian and is intended to weaken Trump and push us into possible war with Russia.

    My answer is Lincoln tactics circa 1860-61 to save the Republic from these traitors. This is criminals legislating their own coverups on behalf their corporate and foreign puppet masters.

    Treason doesn’t scratch the surface on this one.

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/07/23/gop-sen-thune-trumps-best-interest-sign-russia-sanctions-bill/

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  13. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Don’t support the RNC. Support Trump only. My California assemblyman Rep Chavez just voted yes on the biggest gas tax increase in the history of the golden state. What a bunch of Nancy boys. Eff them all!

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  14. Jimmy Jack says:

    I hate that Trump has to go to this extent to MAGA but I am thankful he is willing to do so.

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  15. tempo150101 says:

    If what I suspect is going on ultimately pans out, i.e. that Trump is merely running interference so that Mueller can do his job without press scrutiny, he will go down in the history books as one of our presidential heroes. One of the few to put the nation’s best interests before his own popularity.

    I think most of our presidents have tried to do the right thing, within their own personal limitations, but none of them had the unwavering support that we are giving Trump. That unwavering support is giving him enough room to take the heat right now in order to achieve some larger purpose.

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  16. WSB says:

    Please give thanks for George Washington’s hope for America:

    Just prior to his death, George Washington wrote:

    “The citizens of America are now possesed of absolute freedom and independency. They are from this period to be considered as the actors on a most conspicuous theater which seems designated by Providence for the display of human greatness.”

    May God bless us, fellow Americans.

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  17. Vmca says:

    Look, there are massive liberty improvements wrought by President Trump that no-one knows about.
    The neutering of the EPA’s discretionary power to designate my farm ponds as “protected” even “navigable” waters is 1776 type stuff….no-one knows about it.

    NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT IT beyond the cognoscenti.

    If this great President continues to not publicise his achievements he will lose.
    A ten minute fireside chat on Fox each Sunday will fix that.
    Are his entourage …err…slow?

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    • G. Combs says:

      Timing is EVERYTHING. Major listing of accomplishments near the 2018 elections, next summer will make a major impact and motivate people to vote MAGA.

      Right now fingering the cheaters that need to be removed in the House and Senate in time to primary them is the 1st part of the plan.

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  18. Daniel says:

    There is now approaching 600+ comments here, so I apologize if the question has been asked and answered already. But it just now occurred to me that Paul Ryan’s picture is not among those in the establishment players’ mugshots in this article. Is there a reason for that which I am missing?

    Sundance often leaves riddles and unspoken hints such as these within his articles and often they are missed by me until they are explained overtly and directly.

    While “big influence” will still exist one the Ryan/McConnell problems are removed, I can’t help but think those two still need to be removed first.

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    • Sherlock says:

      I think the photo you’re talking about is just illustrative, just a few offending Senators. A picture showing all the RINOs in both houses would take up the entire page.

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    • peace says:

      Just google “the shameful seven” and you will see this picture along with their identities and the story behind it.

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  19. Barry Richter Berlin says:

    I am so pleased that our giant of a @potus has finally had enough of the GOPe, especially, the leadership – they have remained silent and have let the Dems Obstruct with their help, they have slow walked nominees, they have allowed a SC, who is a mentor of Comey, who was not picked to be FBI Director, who if reports are true took an 08 trip to Russia re Uranium, who alleging told prosecutors on a case to go easy on some people being investigated because they were Good guys, may have given Comey Immunity, has hired lawyers connected to the opposition party Dems HIL CAMPAIGN; who is supposed to be investigating Russian collusion into our election but is only focusing on one campaign etc -where is the fairness and yet the GOPe is quick to criticize the Pres but remains silent and shows little determination to get the Pres agenda passed – this is Shameful, Pathetic and Sickening – the @potus deserves better! The American people that voted for our President and for GOP majorities in House and Senate deserve better- so to each GOP politician get on board w the Pres agenda, stand up and fight for this Pres or move aside Get out of the way

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  20. luke says:

    I see we’re going from BIGLY to BIG UGLY. I like the change of pace. 🙂

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  21. hellinahandbasket says:

    We know this is much, much, MUCH deeper than “republicans or democrats”, or even the govt of the USofA …right? I think we should keep that in mind when we see the fight against MAGA.
    The Citizen Trump President’s fight is against world dominating Zionist/Globalists who are NOT going to go quietly. Citizen Donald Trump was NEVER a globalist, he was NEVER one of the boys – even though he is a Billionaire. How/why has Billionaire Trump avoided these slithering serpents from hell? He avoided them because he KNOWS of them, and he knows EXACTLY the force he is up against, he knows EXACTLY the force whacking at the knees of his Presidency.
    I continue to pray that this man, our guy, this President, is protected from this very real evil.
    Ronald Bernard
    Part I (Be sure to enable CC-English): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzoaxTudJks
    Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C-KHt9vi5k

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    • Daniel says:

      We’re aware. Every day I hear something new about the president or a new tweet comes out, I’m set at ease just knowing “they” haven’t made a move on him. The atmosphere of outrageous, violent and deadly hostility is being created and maintained with the explicit intent and purpose for creating a wide range of possible patsies and theories as to “who dun it.”

      I’m pretty much in the same camp with those who believe money/power has been at the root of every presidential assassination attempt in US history. Those that most fight and threaten the money powers always seem to be the ones who find themselves under attack.

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      • G. Combs says:

        You can start with Congressman McFadden assassination thanks to his calling out of the traitors who fashioned the 1913 Federal Reserve act and the two amendments that:
        #1. allowed them to remove the influence of the states by changing how Senators are elected.
        #2. Allowed those traitors DIRECT TAXATION of the middle class for THEIR OWN USE. 1984: Grace Commission Report Under Ronald Reagan Showed the IRS is a Fraud that Collects Taxes for the Banking Dynasties
        “100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Debt … all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government.”

        After 100 years there has been no real move to remove UNCONSTITUTIONAL Bankster Script from the USA.

        In the mean time gold, owned by American citizens, was removed from their custody to Fort Knox and then stealthily transferred to the Great Banking Houses of Europe. After these thieves stripped the USA of her gold, (Think Nixon in the 1970s) they went on to strip the USA of the wealth built up in our manufacturing sector via BANKER SCRIPT leveraged Hostile Takeovers. Companies without ANY DEBT were left with crippling debt while the Corporate Raiders walked off with the accumulated wealth. These companies were then broken up and the physical assets, the factory equipment and patents were shipped abroad to pay the DEBT to the Banksters.

        Next came the Mortgage foreclosures transferring title from our houses and land to the Banksters.

        Ever wonder how LAND our forefathers OWNED free and clear ended up with MORTGAGES??? Mortgages that have been paid on for OVER 100 YEARS??? Mortgages were there was NO EXCHANGE of value except Bankster Script made out of thin air? AND WHY this is even considered ‘LEGAL’ and not straight out and out THEFT? SEE: Web of Debt, DOLLAR DECEPTION

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  22. daughnworks247 says:

    Point for Treepers to ponder:
    Since President Trump is the de facto head of our party (RNC), can he appoint/make changes at the RNC?
    What if we filled the RNC with Deplorable loyalists?
    I recall, in my dream world, wishing that Paul Manafort would head the RNC.
    I also recall the multitude of problems we had at state level, during the primaries, with establishment loyalists.

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    • joshua says:

      RNC is about fund raising and allocation of funds to political races for favored candidates.
      Does not CONTROL the policy, but tries to….but the donors control it…like the US Chamber of Commerce….big donors have the swat….that was what messed them up in 2016….Trump got all these SMALL donors with massive money in aggregate, and no lobby behind those voters and funds. RNC is a farce….go try to affect your local or regional RNC and unless you have been in power and part of the cabal, they ignore you completely.

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      • sg says:

        the RNC supports the presidents agenda. they are raking in tons of cash. their recent questionaire asked which issues are most important to voters.

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        • G. Combs says:

          And if you actually believe that I have a nice bridge in New York to sell you.

          The questionaire is all about blowing smoke up the rear ends of the gullible voters. The RNC and the DNC take their orders from the Big Donors NOT AMERICANS.

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  23. Randolph Oberlin says:

    Today conservatives need to do the same thing that the Communist Party USA did in 1968…. take over a major political party. President Trump already has a start with the Freedom caucus. Now he needs to take over the RNC, as has been pointed out, so that those $$$ flow to right candidates in the primaries and general elections.

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  24. kirkreport says:

    Reclaiming the Republican Party is paramount and President Trump is getting it done. President Trump’s accomplishments so far are very impressive, considering dem opposition, deep state opposition, Rhinos an the media’s war against our president. In addition, Everyone with a globalist agenda worldwide is out for him.
    When he gets his team in place, I believe the President will meet or even exceed his MAGA agenda. MAGA is dangerous business. The Right is desperate and will try just about anything right now as their party dies. Please don’t forget to continue praying for President Trump.

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  25. Bob Thoms says:

    This is the level of analysis and understanding that we should be getting from MSM; but instead we get screaming fake meme’s about “russian collusion” or “wh in meltdown”.

    Thanks Sundance. Crystal clear, on the nose, hard cold truths.

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  26. LibertyVibe says:

    President Trump has finally caught wind crowdsource of investigation. The Swamp draining shall commence! http://wp.me/p7kZHT-H3

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  27. shadowcole says:

    I do believe President Trump had his dream team in mind for a long time. His “little friends” as Sundance lovingly refers to them.

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  28. Dalva says:

    Spotted …pinned perfectly as MAGA moves onto another speed another phase. So exciting! It is wonderful to be alive under This USA President. HE will go all the way to 2025.

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  29. Donna Gwin says:

    🇺🇸@POTUS TRUMP is a man of his word! He came in with an “honesty”
    That WAS NOT RECIPROCATED & hence the”slower” than he wanted getting things done! IT IS NOT THE FAULT of Our Great President
    @realDonaldTrump but the blame lies Entirely on the shoulders Of ALL THOSE IN THE”shadows”, trying to take him out b/c@POTUS TRUMP is NOT going to Hurt,Lie To or in AnyvWay Deceive those that Voted for & supported Him! If you Didn’t & are out to take Our Great President down, You best get ready to Look For A Job!
    @POTUS TRUMP will fulfill his Promises to”We The People”, with or without you,that’s up to you! But you best get on the TRUMPTRAIN Or Be Ready to GET OFF AT THE NEXT STOP! We dont Want or Need You!
    Praise God for Our President Trump & the Stellar men & women he is choosing to replace the”People of the Govt Sewer”!
    THANK YOU
    MR. PRESIDENT
    Donald J.Trump

    Sincerely
    Donna Gwin

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  30. stillers213 says:

    Dump the R’s sir and fill your cabinet with deplorables. We support you!

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  31. W-D says:

    I’d like to see Giuliani replace Sessions. Sessions is damaged goods (more damaged than Giuliani, for those who will want to bring it up) and needs to be replaced by someone with the guts and drive to do the job. That’s Giuliani.

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    • yy4u says:

      I’d like to see Sessions appoint Guiliani as a Special Counsel to investigate Clinton’s ties to the Russians. I’d like to see Sessions appoint Chris Christie as a Special Council to investigate Clinton’s email scandal. I’d like to see Sessions appoint Joe Di Genova as Special Council to investigate what really happened at Benghazi. I’d like to see Sessions ask Mueller to finish up his Russian collusion quickly so he can then take on as Special Council to investigate the Clinton Foundation. They want Special Counsels? Give them Special Councils!

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      • W-D says:

        Those are all things Sessions should have done, but he recused himself from doing anything even remotely resembled his job…remember?

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        • G. Combs says:

          Actually AG Sessions can do all of this in-house and probably is.
          Clinton’s email scandal, Benghazi, and the Clinton Foundation were ALL prior to the election and therefore NOT part of the Russian-election interference crap OR part of the election campaign.

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  32. dreadnok89 says:

    When trump gets rid of sessions are we to assume we been looking at this the wrong way?

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  33. Debbie Ciolli says:

    EXCELLENT..ANALOGY..EXPERTLY ‘EXPLAINS THE REAL..ISSUES HE HAS COME IN WITH FROM DAY.1! WE KNOW HE’LL GET THERE..HIS WORK IS GOING 2 BE NEVER ENDING.HIS TEAM.OTHER THAN HIS FAM&ALLIES WERE ONLY 1’S HE COULD TRULY COUNT ON..BESIDES WE WHO WILL VOTE FOR! HIM.AGAIN&AGAIN& WILL FIGHT FOR HIM AS HE HAS FOUGHT FOR US! WE WILL NO LONGER BE..SILENT!

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  34. Tejas Rob says:

    More and more, everyday, I get the feeling President Trump is ready to take the gloves off and go to war with the uni-party and their media minions.

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  35. Michael says:

    Don’t recall how I got to it but this (profanity laced) piece by David Wong absolutely NAILS how and why DJT was successful in his hostile takeover of the Presidency. Yes there is some crudity but IMO it is still well worth the read.
    http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-reasons-trumps-rise-that-no-one-talks-about/

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  36. jsal says:

    Not a fan of Scaramucci, I bet he will disappoint.

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    • G. Combs says:

      You have ZERO idea of how a really great corporate leader works. He picks a person because of their STRENGTHS and doesn’t give a rat’s behind about their weaknesses as long as they do not interfere with their assigned task.

      Do you really care if a brilliant research scientist can’t carry on a conversation much less get his ideas across to a layman audience? NO! You hire a fresh faced college kid with good communications skills to act as interpreter. I actually saw this happen. A newly graduated chem engineer was hired to follow Howie M. around and document everything he did. Howie M. was a surly curmudgeon who hated explaining himself but was a brilliant engineer and troubleshooter. Worked like a charm and the kid got a great education.

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  37. The vicious lawlessness of the SWAMP and THE DEEP STATE and the DEMORATS is a threat to our very existence. That is not an overstatement. This lawless dangerous behavior will NEVER BE DEFEATED BY CLEVER ARGUMENTS. The people are observing that lawlessness is a winning way, a path to achieve your goals, no matter how despicable the goals are. I see which team is winning. The legitimate, constitutional POTUS Trump, is being surrounded, isolated, and will be removed by the lawless traitors. ANARCHY is working and winning. It is time to re read THE ART OF WAR, and apply the correct strategy and tactics. We are in deep trouble. Our existence hangs in the balance.

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    • G. Combs says:

      You, like many democrats mistake manners and civilized behavior for weakness.

      There is the Soap Box. (The DemonRats shut that down)
      There is the Ballot Box. We are in the process of using that.
      Finally there is the Ammo Box. I live in the country and believe me, If President Trump is harmed, it will not just be accepted like the JFK murder. This time those ‘responsible’ may think they are safely removed from the action. THEY ARE NOT!

      Hopefully they have gotten that message.

      They like to call Trump supporters violent. We aren’t… until pushed to far.

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