Senate Leader Mitch McConnell Is Actively Working To Undermine M.A.G.A Agenda…

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered a speech today in Kentucky.  A speech which yet again personifies the disconnect between the insufferable professional republicans within the party and the MAGA insurgency that has taken it over.

WATCH SPEECH HERE

CTH has been transparent with our support for Donald Trump, and the specific reason for it.  We want the GOPe machine torn down, dispatched to earth orbit, and nuked while there regardless of consequence, because we’re sick of having to be brutalized and used by Republican liars hiding within it. Period.

If President Trump shows up to the next MAGA rally in a banana costume, 5″ stiletto heels and starts twerking a cardboard cutout of Mitch McConnell, he’d still have our full support.

Senate Majority Mitch McConnell is the personification of the intransigent GOPe.  He is quite simply that vindictive doddering fool down the road with the signs on his law forbidding anyone to dare touch the grass.  The entire neighborhood hates him.  Harsh? No, try reality. THAT is the face of the swamp. Mr. Mumbles.  Good grief, no wonder Democrats are always grinning.

For CTH, the elimination of the GOPe machine is ultimately more valuable than anything else.  We gave the GOP the House (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016) and the Senate (2014, 2016) and yet we never have received a single benefit to the election victories We The People provided.  Why is that?

Here’s where a paradigm shift is needed for many of the political followers who don’t have a deep and specialized knowledge of the Republican agenda.

Citizens United was touted by conservatives as a victory. Why?

Was it because Citizens United was genuinely a win for freedom of speech, or was it actually and substantively because Obama declared it a loss?

Again, paradigm shift time – Citizens United was as much a defeat for “our side” as it was for “their side”.  We didn’t need Citizens United to win a massive electoral victory in 2010, Obama’s “Shellacking”; we just showed up to the polls and voted against his policies.

However, the Republican professional political class did need Citizens United to try and stop our efforts in 2012 and again in 2014. I’ll explain.

tom donohueThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce, led by President Tom Donohue, is the power brokerage for the GOP “establishment”. In short, whatever the CoC wants, their lobbyists on K-Street will insure the CoC gets through campaign contributions to influence the GOP as a Party.

The U.S. CoC is the operational arm of Wall Street, not, I repeat, NOT, Main Street.

The Citizens United  decision is what allowed Wall Street to fund the U.S. CoC, which in turn funded the GOP establishment machine.  If politics is a blood sport, Citizens United just authorized the unlimited use of STERIODS for the paid gladiators.

How does Wall Street differ from Main Street?

The answer to that question can most easily be reflected by explaining why the Republican Establishment, the professional political class, supports ObamaCare, Common Core and Comprehensive Immigration Reform to include Amnesty.

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Wall Street and ObamaCare:

Wall Street, through the CoC, advocate for policies that benefit their interests; their financial interests. The cost of worker healthcare is a liability embedded in the cost of the products sold. If the United Auto Workers healthcare plan costs $10,000 per person, that cost is embedded in the price to manufacture a car.

Unlike their global competitors U.S. businesses (manufacturers) have these costs as part of their product cost, the cost of goods sold.

Globally, other nations have various forms of “government provided” healthcare, and so their products don’t carry the cost directly.   In an effort to level the manufacturing playing field, the U.S. CoC, Wall Street, are firm advocates of removing the cost of healthcare from U.S. goods.

Wall Street, supports ObamaCare for an expanded profit margin on financially capitalized businesses – ie. higher profits = higher stock valuations.

Simultaneously, unions support ObamaCare (see SEIU, AFL-CIO et al, visits to White House during ObamaCare construct) because ObamaCare removed the healthcare liability from the union retirees benefits. ie. increased solvency.

The globalists, and progressive Democrats support ObamaCare because it aids their constituency, unions; and also expands the influence of government control which is based on a collective outlook and elimination of the individual freedom.

Wall Street therefore supports both Republicans and Democrats when it comes to the retention of ObamaCare.

That’s why you don’t see Republican Majorities trying to remove it – it’s all hat and no cattle; a ruse, a fraud. Only the promises of actual removal being used to get Pavlov’s sheeple masses to pull levers with hopes/promises of getting repeal pellets.

The GOPe has NO INTENTION of removing ObamaCare.

San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julian Castro, center, applauds President Barack Obama in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, June 11, 2013, after the president spoke about immigration reform. From left are, Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton, US Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas Donohue and Castro. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julian Castro, center, applauds President Barack Obama in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, June 11, 2013, after the president spoke about immigration reform. From left are, Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton, US Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas Donohue and Castro. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Wall Street and Immigration:

Like ObamaCare, Wall Street wants comprehensive immigration reform to include amnesty. Again, focused almost entirely on the reduction of the labor costs for goods and services. These are financial balance sheet determinations, not considerations of what’s best for the middle class U.S. worker.

Democrats and Republicans both want immigration reform to include amnesty. Democrats for a voting block and more collectivist ideological approaches, Republicans to do the bidding of their financial interests – The CoC, Tom Donohue, etc.

The multinational agriculture lobby is massive.

We willingly feed the world as part of the system; but you as a grocery customer pay more per unit at the grocery store because domestic supply no longer determines domestic price.

Within the agriculture community the (feed-the-world) production export factor also drives the need for labor. Labor is a cost. The multinational corps have a vested interest in low labor costs. Ergo, open border policies. (ie. willingly purchased republicans not supporting border wall etc.).

Part of the lobbying in the food industry is to advocate for the expansion of U.S. taxpayer benefits to underwrite the costs of the domestic food products they control. By lobbying DC these multinational corporations get congress and policy-makers to expand the basis of who can use EBT and SNAP benefits (state reimbursement rates).

Expanding the federal subsidy for food purchases is part of the corporate profit dynamic. With increased taxpayer subsidies, the food price controllers can charge more domestically and export more of the product internationally. Taxes, via subsidies, go into their profit margins. The corporations then use a portion of those profits in contributions to the politicians. It’s a circle of money.

Neither Democrats nor Republicans are willing to build a border wall to stop illegal immigration.

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Wall Street and Common Core Education:

Like ObamaCare and Immigration, Wall Street wants the federalization of education. In part because it generates a consistently similar pool of eligible, who are increasingly Latino, workers; and in part because education is BIG BUSINESS.

Just look at your property taxes to see how much of your local property tax dollars are apportioned to public School and Education funding.

Democrats and Republicans both support Common Core. Democrats because it expands the financial base of local schools to allow greater room for increased labor union (teacher, NEA) wages; and because Common Core affords, yet again, an ideological watering down of individualism in favor of collectivism. Republicans support Common Core because it’s big business, and the CoC funds their advocacy.

Both Democrats and Republicans support Common Core.

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In 2013 CoC President Tom Donohue went on record saying his 2014/2015 legislative priorities were:

1 – Full implementation of ObamaCare without repeal.
2 – Comprehensive Immigration Reform to include Amnesty.
3 – Full implementation of Common Core educational standards.

Wall Street, through K-Street, through the CoC, fund these legislative priorities.

The Citizens United decision allowed Wall Street, through K-Street, through the CoC to fund established legislative representatives to continue these legislative priorities.

Conversely, Citizens United, through Wall Street, through K-Street, through the CoC, created the system of Super-PAC’s that funds attacks against any political opponent who would unseat their selected and established candidate. You only need to look at 2014’s Virginia (Ken Cuccinelli), or Mississippi (Chris McDaniels), or Kentucky (Matt Bevin) to see how strongly these interests will work to insure victory.

The same process, with funding from the same groups and individuals, is taking place right now in the Alabama Senate race.

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411 Responses to Senate Leader Mitch McConnell Is Actively Working To Undermine M.A.G.A Agenda…

  1. mazziflol says:

    When are we going to have our December 16, 1773 Part II?

    Liked by 3 people

    • gdw says:

      “Famed terrorist Carlos the Jackal said:  “Only a coalition of Marxists and Islamists can destroy the United States.””
      https://www.understandingthethreat.com/threat-to-h
      Excerpt:
      Members of the media are providing material support to these same terrorists by allowing terrorists to use their networks as platforms for propaganda and for destroying the reputations and lives of people who are working to fight against this threat, uphold the law, and honor their Oaths of Office.
      Judges are using their benches to assault the integrity of our nation’s laws while ignoring their duty to the Constitution and the ideals found in the Declaration of Independence.
      Local officials, including mayors, city council members, school board officials, some law enforcement leaders, university presidents and officials, and others are regularly surrendering our founding principles and our security to hard-left Marxists and jihadis just for the sake of avoiding conflict and controversy.
      Our universities have, to a great extent, become places of indoctrination and not education, which is an intentional means to achieve our enemies objectives

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      • O.F. says:

        Call yourself a Muslim as you hunt down antifa and call yourself antifa as you hunt down Islamic terrorists. Watch the media dumbfounded and authorities with stand down orders to excuse leftists attacks also become unsure of what they are witnessing. It’s time to use deception.

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  2. Glenn E Stehle says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Anti-Trump AG Raked In Campaign Donations From An Oil Tycoon With Ties To Putin
    http://dailycaller.com/2017/08/19/exclusive-anti-trump-ag-raked-in-campaign-donations-from-an-oil-tycoon-with-ties-to-putin/

    Blavatnik, who holds dual citizenship in the U.S. and the U.K., has also been heavily involved in GOP politics. The billionaire used his holding companies Access Industries and AI Altep Holdings to contribute $2.5 million to Sen. Mitch McConnell for the Kentucky lawmaker’s GOP Senate Leadership Fund, according to Federal Election Commission documents.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      Wonder how he got the dual citizenship? Hope Mitch McConnell is one of the first ones to be flushed down the swamp drain!

      Liked by 4 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        Richard Trumpka and Donohue need to be horsewhipped and exiled to Venezuela.
        Same with Mitch the traitor.
        The GOP has the white house and majorities in the house and senate, but it seems that the dems are still in control.

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    • mj_inOC says:

      It is the National Republican Senatorial Committee, led by McConnell, who got Cruz to join before the ’14 elections, when McConnell vowed to only support incumbents for 2014, and still Cruz joined. Cruz lost me then. As did McConnell, though he never had my support… particularly after Mississippi.

      Sad DT too gracious to fire McConnell’s wife…

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  3. Liberty says:

    Just thinking out loud, I can’t help myself… What if Trump called for the MOA Trump Rallies in DC this September for all supporters to converge and demand action. I would take some Vaca days in a heartbeat for this!

    Liked by 14 people

    • Q&A says:

      I’d say the MOA Swamp protests happened on election day 2016. If that didn’t shake up the swamp, one rally or a hundred won’t either. Swamp dwellers dream of taking away our free speech and overriding our legitimate votes with fraud. They are true believers of the idea that you and I are too stupid (or insert your favorite derogatory adjective) to elect anyone, so why would they listen to us about anything. Even caught in lies, they don’t care.

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      • scott467 says:

        “They are true believers of the idea that you and I are too stupid (or insert your favorite derogatory adjective) to elect anyone, so why would they listen to us about anything.”

        _______________

        I don’t believe they think we’re too stupid, I think they don’t believe we will get so angry that we start killing them in the street.

        And I am positive they don’t know how angry the American People are, or they wouldn’t delude themselves on matters of life and death like that.

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        • Dekester says:

          Seconded. I have lived within a short drive of the U.S.A. For nearly forty years. We have crossed the border every two weeks or so, for much of those forty years.

          We have never before seen the anger and frustration that exists today.

          I talked to an American neighbour this afternoon, he is now a dual citizen of Can/U.S. and was a U.S. marine for twenty two years.

          For what it’s worth, he sincerely believes that your country is well on the way to a cataclysmic event. He does not profess to know what the event will be. But he does state that your media needs to stop fanning the flames. Coming from a 22 yr Marine Vet. I listened.

          He is a solid guy, and a great neighbour.

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      • billinlv says:

        Donald Trump is the President of the United States…a uniquely powerful position. While he has produced some very positive results, the obvious and numerous Obama regime criminals, including Comey, Clapper and Clinton, are, to paraphrase Bill Ayers, guilty as hell, free as a bird. The corrupt and “religion of peace” loving Robert Mueller is still the de facto head of the DOJ, Jeff Sessions is still living in a foxhole, and McConnell and Ryan are still doing all they can to destroy the president and his agenda. In Phoenix the other day, Trump made a comment that suggested the crowd was smaller than he expected. Lots of reasons for that but there is less enthusiasm. Sending more troops to get killed in Afghanistan is not going to help. A Trump bureaucracy is settling in and his attention is being diverted. If the swamp resists draining, nuke it.

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        • Ploni says:

          Bill, your comment hits me deeply . . . a sign that it demands introspection.

          Thanks.

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        • scott467 says:

          “If the swamp resists draining, nuke it.”

          _______________

          As Lt. Ripley said: “I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.”

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        • RJ says:

          PDJT meant the protest crowd was smaller than he expected – believe he referred to the high temperatures.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          He was referring to the protesters being a smaller crowd… he had a larger crowd of supporters there than when he first visited. Quite a few Treepers were there and commented on #’s.

          I see no evidence of “less enthusiasm”, tbh. Perhaps you are taking a cue from Breitbart?

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          • TheWanderingStar says:

            That’s what I heard too – that the crowd inside was larger. And the local news commentator made same observation as well.

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          • billinlv says:

            Happy to defer to the eye witnesses….and I confess to reading other websites including Breitbart. As with everything, one has to do the hard work of assessing information and thinking for oneself. I appreciate the thoughtful feedback from everyone.

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        • piper567 says:

          bill,
          I don’t believe for a minute that “A Trump bureaucracy is settling in and his [Trump’s] attention is being diverted.”
          I don’t believe your arguments support this assertion.
          The last thing I would take away from the Phoenix Rally is that enthusiasm for Trump is “lessening”.
          Maybe you could use some covfefe?

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        • jojo says:

          The TRUMPSTERS had a YUGE crowd My friends waited for 9 hours in line and never made it in When they left at 7:30 people were still in line. It was YUGE! Agitators were paid $50 per hour plus expenses Check out Craigs list.

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        • Sedanka says:

          CONCERN

          Liked by 1 person

          • DanDeplorable says:

            Concern is NOT a dirty word.
            Why is Demonrat operative John Koskinen left in place at the IRS?
            That’s another concern.

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        • “In Phoenix the other day, Trump made a comment that suggested the crowd was smaller than he expected.”

          Perhaps you didn’t listen to his speech at that rally. PDJT’s comment was in reference to the “crowd” of protesters, not the size of the crowd at the rally.

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  4. Delilah says:

    Another way of looking at the numbers that have been bandied about above…..

    Poll: McConnell the country’s least popular politician
    http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/347811-poll-mcconnell-the-countrys-least-popular-politician?amp

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    • William Ford says:

      Yet when the votes are “counted” McConnell always wins election. Hmmm. After Trump’s win shocked the establishment, I doubt there will ever be an honest count of the vote again. The establishment will fix the result. it won’t matter who really won.

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      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        There was only a 20% voter turnout in McConnell’s primary against a conservative. They didn’t even have to cheat when they knew 80% would just stay home.

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        • BobKnob says:

          McConnell is not going to win in KY this time…if we have to vote Dems to get him out, then so be it…the mask is off and his treasonous actions will no longer fly in the bluegrass…

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      • Judith says:

        Yeah, and those brand-new hackable Soros voting terminals don’t help us much, I would wager. President Trump is smart to build up our military strength and support our LEOs. They will be our last line of defense to preserve the union of states.

        I believe they’re the only reason the dimmies didn’t outright steal the election. In those wee hours they blinked, and now everybody sees that the media is their enforcement arm, a surprisingly formidable weapon, I must admit. Still, these Marxists are no match for MAGA.

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  5. Risasi says:

    LOL

    “If President Trump shows up to the next MAGA rally in a banana costume, 5″ stiletto heels and starts twerking a cardboard cutout of Mitch McConnell, he’d still have our full support.”

    While I too would also continue to support him, I certainly didn’t need that mental image in my head.

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  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    Thank you once again for a great article Sundance. Not to take away from the factual importance but a special thank you for giving us the absolute best nickname for Mitch McConnell. He shall forever be known in my household as ‘Mr. Mumbles’. spit!

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  7. guess mcconnell doesn’t want his waifu to have a job in the administration after all. many such cases! sad.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mimbler says:

      No matter what mitch’s failings are he understands politics. PDJT can’t fire his wife now without being labeled abusive and vindictive. Her doing her job has nothing to do with mitch’s behavior.

      The problem was in extending a hand to a swamp creature. Gators just bite it off,
      Mike

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    • If that’s so, a problem may be developing in McTurtle’s household. Her body language supports the mind of an independent woman. I watched her closely as she stood next to the President, in the recent harsh Trump Tower presser, she seemed comfortable and agreeable.

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      • Merle Marks says:

        sorry but I can’t help but think it’s because she ain’t too bright…she was employment czar for a while under Obama and she thought and spoke like a windup doll…

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        • deanbrh says:

          Merle Marks, it doesn’t help that she willingly married McTurtle, as if he would be an acceptable spouse to anyone else.

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  8. starfcker says:

    The soft underbelly is public corruption. Attorney General Pogo’s lack of action on that front is killing Trump. He needs to go. This isn’t some necessarily long secret, we’re going to show you type thing, this should have been out front and public from day one. Start squeezing every little worm hard, and let him squeal publicly. Leverage means nothing if red lines can be crossed and nobody pays. Sessions is a disaster

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    • starfcker says:

      The big ugly is going to have to be more than a couple of nasty tweets early in the morning to be effective. If Sessions is not on board with getting some of the crooked players out of the way why is he there?

      Liked by 3 people

      • RJ says:

        You’re right. Politicians need to be put on trial and go jail. The crooked politicians don’t fear the voters anymore. I remember my former Congressman Altmire – he pushed and touted Obamacare and then he left town for Florida for a huge paying job with FL Blue Cross. It’s all about the money.

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        • Founding Fathers Fan says:

          They have no reason to fear the voters. They know that in any given republican primary that 83% will just stay home and not vote.

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    • Cozette says:

      You seem to be uninformed about how an AG does his work, which is in SECRET. Just because YOU don’t hear what he’s up to blathered about on the MSM you seem to think he’s doing nothing. Sad. He’s actively working to dismantle the domestic terrorist organization, Antifa. Did you know that? He’s pursuing civil rights charges against politicians who ordered a stand down in Cville. Their convictions will put Democrat politicians around the country on notice. Did you know this? He is cracking down on gangs, illegals, Sanctuary Cities and pedo rings. Did you know this? Because he smartly recused himself, Rosenstein is in charge of pursuing Hillary and he knows more about the corrupt Clinton Foundation than any prosecutor alive. Did you know that? And I repeat, if they are going to bring criminal charges you and I should not know about it until after SECRET grand juries have met and issued indictments which requires SECRET investigations and preparations to succeed. Read Art of War to understand the reason for President Trumps comments about AG Sessions. They were a deception aimed at the enemy that you seem to have fallen for. If Sessions wasn’t doing his job he would have been fired. However he is doing his job, brilliantly, with the cover provided by his boss.

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      • starfcker says:

        Really? You have no proof of any of that, other than the smallball things. I am a hopeful person. I had great respect for Pogo sessions. I see no evidence at all that he’s the right man for the job. I think Trump has been badly served by both the FBI and the Department of Justice. In your wisdom, when do you think it would be time to start actually doing something? I’m all for building airtight cases. And I know they take time. But there does not seem to be any secrets in this town. And I don’t see even some of the low-level lowlife players getting subpoenas, the lowest lerners, stonetears, etc. We would know about that stuff if it were happening. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure there’s nothing going on there. Cheerleading is great. But cheering on a loser doesn’t help anybody win. Identify the dead weight, remove the dead weight. Far more successful strategy. If sessions were indeed a go-getter, would 100 senators have blocked Trump from replacing him while they are out of session? Answer that one

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      • dutzie60 says:

        Cozette, all of that sounds good, but if the AG works in secret how do you know all of this taking place? If you have some links to info, maybe you could post because I’d certainly like to read them. Oh, and I Do hope you are correct and know what you’re talking about.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        Bravo rant! I read an article the other day (wish I could remember where) and it described Sessions frustration with all the O holdovers and sabotage going on inside the DOJ. Apparently, he threw a hissy fit and slammed his hand on a desk saying he wanted people in jail. Supposedly O holdovers are shredding documents and destroying evidence.

        I completely concur with your assessment.

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      • RickA says:

        I trust our President and agree with Cozette. If Sessions wasn’t making headway he’d be gone. The wheels of justice turn agonizingly slow. Putting handcuffs on upper level treasonous swamp leaders will send a shock waves throughout the swamp – the resultant media uproar will be like nothing we have never seen. It will make “evil” federal prosecutor Ken Star look like a boy scout (for those of us old enough to remember the lock-stepped media drumbeat following discovery of Bill Clinton’s oval office peccadilloes.

        All politically famous slime creatures to be prosecuted must be arrested following airtight evidence, and that takes time to build and document…..

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    • Freedom says:

      Yes, Sessions is a disgrace and a terrible disappointment. He has left Trump exposed and almost defenseless. Is it possible that his family has been threatened? If not there is no explanation for his non-performance of his job. An unforgivable lapse, and in the meantime the Deep State criminals run free to do incredible damage.

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  9. Tom says:

    My gosh! Why can’t there old farts retire and sit on the beach with a Corona watching the sunset and get out of the way of the POTUS whose fixing what’s broken?

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  10. My one wish is someone would uncover some really bad corruption on all these so called leaders and they would have to step down. There has to be something in their background that they don’t want the public to know.. Tom Donahue is like a mafia leader so I am sure there is a lot on him.

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  11. As for Common Core, I believe GOPe/Wall Street also support it because it discourages independent upward momentum of individual economic prosperity outside of their tightly controlled corporate structure. If big business can squelch the threat of innovation from an entrepreneurial spirit, they can preemptively limit the amount of competition they will have to contend with in the future. For example, schools are collectively getting worse and standardization is choking out-of-the-box thinking to death… precisely the kind of thinking necessary for new and innovative ideas. This means multi-national corporations can spend less money on R&D because they are less concerned about losing their market share to the innovation of future generations.

    It’s all part of a concerted effort to make Americans more robotic so they willingly acquiesce to becoming mindless cogs in the globalist corporate machine… despicable beyond words.

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    • mimbler says:

      Plus, rich people’s kids don’t go to public school. Dumb down public schools and you keep “your kind” educated and on top the of the little people.
      Mike

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  12. scott467 says:

    “The GOPe has NO INTENTION of removing ObamaCare.”

    ________________

    We have it straight from the horse’s ass’ mouth.

    Former Majority Leader Eric Cantor admitted the entire fraud last month in an interview:

    He doesn’t reveal the UniParty / CoC connection, he just admits it was never going to happen, even if they had the House and Senate. The GOPe just used it to get votes for re-election.

    He doesn’t elaborate on why it won’t be repealed now that we have the House, Senate AND the WH.

    …………………………………………….
    Eric Cantor Admits GOP Promise To Repeal Obamacare Was ALL A LIE
    Joshua Caplan
    Jul 26th, 2017
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/07/omg-eric-cantor-admits-gop-promise-repeal-obamacare-lie/

    “In a stunning admission, Cantor now admits the GOP was never serious about repealing the healthcare bill. It was all a charade.”

    “Cantor helped create that perception. Earlier that summer—after many failed attempts over the years to shred the law piecemeal—Cantor promised colleagues that the House would vote on a “full repeal.” But even after it did, the measure was dead on arrival in the Democratic-controlled Senate. Cantor—in Congress 13 years and, fairly or unfairly, once thought to be above electoral reproach—paid the price. His 2014 avenger, now-congressman David Brat, bludgeoned him for being soft on Obamacare, among other things. But the failure to make a dent in the law landed a bigger blow on the party. After seven years of pledging they could dismantle Obamacare, if only they had control of Congress and the White House, Republicans—at last in charge of both—have faced deep divisions over a replacement.

    Asked if he feels partly responsible for their current predicament, Cantor is unequivocal. “Oh,” he says, “100 percent.”

    He goes further: “To give the impression that if Republicans were in control of the House and Senate, that we could do that when Obama was still in office . . . .” His voice trails off and he shakes his head. “I never believed it.”

    He says he wasn’t the only one aware of the charade: “We sort of all got what was going on, that there was this disconnect in terms of communication, because no one wanted to take the time out in the general public to even think about ‘Wait a minute—that can’t happen.’ ” But, he adds, “if you’ve got that anger working for you, you’re gonna let it be.”

    It’s a stunning admission from a former member of the party leadership—that the linchpin of GOP electoral strategy for the better part of a decade was a fantasy, a flame continually fanned solely because, when it came to midterm elections, it worked. (Barring, of course, his own.)
    …………………………………………….

    .

    So it’s a clear admission of guilt and intentional deception, just not the UniParty / CoC deception, he left that fraud and deception secret.

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  13. tvollrath66 says:

    I don’t understand why conservative people don’t get together and go to Washington. Why can’t just a million show up. Heck why can’t we show up in big numbers at townhalls…..we need to show force in between voting.

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    • G. Combs says:

      1. Mainly because we are working

      2. The politicians don’t give a crap.

      3. The Media will never show it.

      Remember the Tea Party tried that and IT DID NOT WORK!!!!

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      • PatriotKate says:

        Oh, I totally disagree. It was a big success. Look at how many seats changed hands. Yes, we have our own swamp people to unseat. That’s how we got President Trump. Now, were they infiltrated and take over? Yea, I think so. However, make no mistake about it, the Tea Party movement scared the Elites, just as they are today. They are in denial, yet aware.

        Phase I was the open protesting.
        Phase II was unseating lots of Democrats

        We’re in Phase III with our Tea Party President.

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  14. Charlie says:

    He will not get re-elected, so he is going to obstruct agenda as much as he can

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  15. Delilah says:

    This is where it’s at….

    👊 #MAGA

    How to Completely Fund 60 Primary Challengers without Breaking the Bank:
    ———————————
    $1 campaign:

    There are 60+ million Trump voters. If each of us contributed just $1, that would be $60+ million.

    The average price of running for Congress is $1.5 million.

    If each one of Trump’s supporters sent just $1 to each primary challenger, they would have 60 times more money than they would need. $1 is all you need to do your part. You can feel good knowing that you’ve stepped up to the plate to help take back your country! Send more if you have been blessed, but it is the duty of each of us to at least send $1 to each. Help spread the word!!
    ——————————–
    OUR CHALLENGERS:

    *Kelli Ward challenging Jeff Flake:
    https://causes.anedot.com/ward-for-senate

    (Jeff DeWit is also a challenger, but right now, we’re hoping that he takes McCain’s place)
    ********************

    *V.A. Shiva challenging Elizabeth Warren
    http://shiva4senate.com/

    *Paul Nehlen challenging Speaker Paul Ryan
    http://www.electnehlen.com/contribute/

    *Michael Faulkner for Comptroller of NYC (Will help to limit De Blasio’s budget)
    http://faulknerfornewyork.com/donate-2/

    *Corey Stewart challenging Tim Kaine
    http://www.coreystewart.com/join?splash=1

    *Josh Mandel challenging Sherrod Brown
    http://joshmandel.com/

    *Omar Navarro challenging Maxine Waters
    https://www.omarnavarro.com/donate/

    *Anthony Sabato, Jr., challenging Maxine Waters http://www.voteantonio.com/

    *Lou Barletta challenging Bob Casey?

    *Tony Monetti challenging Clair McKaskill
    https://www.monettiforsenate.com/

    *Lena Epstein challenging Debbie Stabenow
    https://lenaforsenate.com/

    *Todd Rokita challenging Joe Donnelly?

    *Danny Tarkanian challenging Dean Heller
    http://tarkforcongress.com/

    *Williams running for GA governor https://williamsgeorgia.com/

    *Debra Spaulding challenging Debbie Wasserman-Schultz?

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    • Jlwary says:

      We need some analysis on Shiva vs Diehl in MA. Shiva is a loose cannon and, imo, is a liar. I feel like he just says what people want to hear.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      I wish you would add Geoff Diehl running against Warren… he is a much better candidate than Shiva.

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      • Jlwary says:

        Yeah, that’s why I went ahead and posted all the other things. Diehl seems like the better bet.

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        • Delilah says:

          I keep hearing that, but I have yet to see one thing Diehl has done to prove he’s on the Trump train.

          And the only thing people have to say against Shiva is the Carr interview, which I’ve seen, and it was a pure hitjob.

          All I care about is putting the best candidate up, and just based on what I’ve seen, Shiva is that guy, but I can be persuaded otherwise. Just what Carr says just doesn’t convince me of anything.

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          • Jlwary says:

            He was co-chair in MA for the effort to elect Trump. See upthread a bit. I found a good article that explains his character a bit more. Reminds me of Trump a bit.

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            • Delilah says:

              Right, I saw that….but, again, I worked with the chair in Ohio, and they did everything they could to make sure we activists didn’t succeed in helping Trump get elected in Ohio.

              Not saying that Diehl did that, just saying that’s not a guarantee of anything.

              Do you have anything else?

              I’m really not trying to be difficult here, so hopefully you don’t think that.

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          • Jlwary says:

            Shiva wouldn’t even entertain Carr on his arrest. Warren will destroy him on that. And Carr’s interview will also be used against him.

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            • Delilah says:

              Right, but Shiva explained that on…I think it was on Bill Mitchell’s show where the girl dropped the charges altogether. The only reason why Shiva didn’t say anything, he said, is just because he didn’t want to say anything bad about that girl.

              I mean, that sounded reasonable. Right?

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              • Jlwary says:

                It does… but, the way he handled himself on Carr was not the way to go. Carr has a personal friendship with Trump and a large audience…Shiva turned me off–I bet he turned off a lot of others, too.

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          • Jlwary says:

            Sorry for the bombardment of responses! Found this from the article up thread. Echos Trump, imo.

            “Sensibly, as wickedlocal.com wrote earlier this month (and the candidate confirmed in person), “Diehl is focusing his campaign on economic issues rather than social ones.” He looks at the immigration debate, for instance, in terms of labor relations and education costs. He sees foreign policy as matters of trade and competitiveness, not just alliances combatting global bad guys. He also believes educational curricula need to be better aligned with emerging technologies.”

            I think social issues like transgender stuff or gay marriage, he is moderate on… which, I think if he is to win in MA he has to lean a bit left. We need to turn the tide, so I think that’s the right approach.

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            • Delilah says:

              What ended up convincing me to pick Shiva was the fact that I just didn’t see anything confirming coming from Diehl that he’s a Trumper and the fact that he just doesn’t really appear to be very serious in pursuing a campaign, almost like he’s expecting it to just happen all by itself.

              In the end, all I care about is that we have a Trumper and that we don’t split the vote. That’s really all I care about here in this race. I can be convinced one way or the other.

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              • Jlwary says:

                Yeah, I hear you. I liked Shiva’s “real Indian,” bit. But then that thing with Carr… didn’t help, imo. And even though he explained his past, I don’t think he has the calmness to counter effectively. He just seems so rude. And well, he lied to Carr. He said those things, was called out on them, and couldn’t speak rationally, imo, about them. I just feel like he is putting his foot in his mouth too much and it works against him.

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              • Jlwary says:

                I am new to politics. What do you think of Shiva having a lot of events with Republican committees? He says he is being shutout in local news and that the Republican Party is putting up people that will purposefully lose to keep MAGA from happening, making it seem like the GOP is not helping… but I imagine the GOP would help coordinate all the Republican committee meetings. From his website:

                “There, however, appears to be an organized effort, from within our own party, to dish up self-serving candidates who have ZERO chance of defeating the Fake Indian. In collusion with Boston Globe, The Herald, WRKO and The Howie Carr Show, my campaign receives little to no visibility LOCALLY. But NATIONALLY, we get fair and well-deserved coverage.”

                Shiva says he has a platform nationally with the msm. So, he seems like a loose cannon, has a questionable past, is throwing out what a lot of national viewers of msm will see as “conspiracies,” making fun of Warren’s claims of being an Indian which will turn liberal MA off, showed up at the free speech rally which got a hugely negative reaction nationally (however erroneously), and he keeps saying only he can beat Warren because he is a real Indian… My squinty cat is getting a spidey sense that perhaps Shiva may, in fact, be the saboteur in disguise to stop MAGA. I mean Shiva seems to be acting so obviously controversial… and in that interview with Howie, he said the Republican Party needs to be more inclusive–does that help with MA independents that may entertain the notion that the GOP are neo-Nazis? Wouldn’t that push them towards a dem candidate?

                Diehl claims a grassroots approach building off his network created by avoiding the gas hikes in MA. Diehl seems to have a message of representing all MA residents–which is ultimately, the first and most important step to help POTUS complete MAGA.

                Or, perhaps they just have different approaches. What do you think?

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                • Delilah says:

                  You know what I really think? I think some white guy has a snowball’s chance in Hades in being elected in Liberal Land. And Diehl is the typical white guy. And while I hate getting involved in identify politics, I’m not above using their own arguments against them just to make them look like the hypocrites they are.

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                • Deb says:

                  I think Diehl is the way to go. There is a concerted movement to paint Trump supporters as nutjobs. Shiva simply isn’t up to fighting the media, so that disqualifies him right off the bat. The interview with Carr proves this.

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                • Delilah says:

                  Well, let’s see how that AmericaFirst rally plays out, see if Diehl even attends. I’m interested in seeing if he is even all that interested in campaigning. Good input, guys.

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              • Jlwary says:

                There’s’ no reply option to your last comment–perhaps due to spacing on the thread, so forgive me, I popped back up here. I feel like MA is weird politically… like we have Baker, but then all Dems. I feel like progressives are hypocrites with their identity politics, so I hear you on hating to play that game,

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                • Jlwary says:

                  Same for Deb’s comment, regarding the “reply,” option, so Deb–I agree! We need to be skeptical in MA. In liberal land nothing is as it seems, topsy turvy, up is down, etc., etc

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          • Sandra-VA says:

            As with the last time you posted and I posted in response about Geoff Diehl… his campaign is 100% MAGA. He is running on President Trump’s platform. Oh and in 2016, Geoff was Co-Chairman of the Massachusetts effort to elect Donald Trump as President.

            https://diehlforsenate.com/

            Here are the issues:

            https://diehlforsenate.com/issues/

            Pretty sure that being a co-chairman of President Trump’s campaign in MA counts for one heck of a lot 😉

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            • Delilah says:

              Okay. You guys win. I changed it to Diehl. I still think Shiva has the best chance, but what’s most important is that we get behind our people and give them the support we need.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Robert Ritchie (ie, Kid Rock) challenging Debbie Stabenaw in MI. Early poll had him leading by 8%.

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      • Delilah says:

        I’d love to see him run, but as of now, he hasn’t declared yet. Hopefully that will change because I think he could win it.

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    • Judith says:

      THANK YOU Delilah! Now, THAT’S what I’m talkin about! DRAIN the swamp = MAGA! Send all those yahoos down the crapper for good! The only caveat here is to make sure these challengers have impeccable credentials and are not GOPe plants.

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    • deanbrh says:

      BLESS YOU, DELILAH, That’s just what I’ve been needing. Primary Challengers number 60. How did you find the ones listed? Is there a way we can prioritize them in terms of when their vote will occur since I, for one, couldn’t afford to send all $60 in the same month. I could also put the appropriate propaganda on Twitter and Facebook but should do it WHEN it would be most valuable for each.

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  16. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    At the end of the day voters must take responsibility for their votes. Why do so many people allow these ads to sway them when they know full well the GOPe Inc are a bunch of liars? Are the voters in Arizona going to reelect flake after all he has done because McConnell and his money men pour in the ad money? Matt Bevin, Chris Mc Daniel, Corey Stewart, Kelli Ward. Who will be next? There has to come a point where enough really is enough. How many more times do they have to lie?

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    • listingstarboard says:

      It was Sarah Palins endorsement of Flake in 2012 that pushed him over the finish line, He does not have that this go around. But the flooding of illegals and Southern Californians (often one and the same) into Arizona has been staggering—Praying that its not too late to save a great State.

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  17. clodfobble says:

    Of course he is. Mitch is bought and paid for by the globalist establishment.

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

    He really is a Mc”Turd”le.

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  19. MaineCoon says:

    Here is OpenSecrets.org’s list of Mitch’s donors. They are exactly who you think they are.

    Bought. Lock, stock, and barrel.

    https://www.opensecrets.org/members-of-congress/summary?cid=N00003389&cycle=2018

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  20. scott467 says:

    “These are financial balance sheet determinations, not considerations of what’s best for the middle class U.S. worker.”

    ______________

    But it’s NOT just what’s not best for the middle class worker, it’s what is not best for AMERICA. You know, the place where we all LIVE.

    These people are not just corrupt, they are traitors, these dumbasses are @#$%ing on the dinner plate they eat from. They are MURDERING the gold (electroplated) goose (it used to be solid gold, but these same criminals hollowed all the gold out a long time ago). If they DESTROY the country in their avarice, in their blind pursuit of greed, they kill EVERYBODY, including their own families and children and unborn grandchildren.

    It’s not cutting of your own nose to spite your face, it’s slitting your own throat to spite you neck.

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    • thluckyone says:

      Scott, you and I are in agreement regarding both the cost of food (as you posted below) AND the traitorous nature of those in the CoC and the Uniparty and elsewhere.

      There will be no place to hide. If the USA goes down, EVERY-FREAKING-BODY goes down. NO AMOUNT of wealth can buy the loyalty of those who have participated in or watched betrayal, over, and over, and over again. There ARE NOT any secure estates on earth secure enough to resist the armies and gangs of thugs being deterred right this moment by “rough men who are capable of enormous violence”.

      Our military very LITERALLY stands between a total nightmare and hope for us all.

      President Donald J Trump is truly, ACTUALLY the last hope for human freedom. Others have said it far better than me: “This is for all the marbles, kids.” Those who would betray our President and his movement deserve no consideration at all. As far as I’m concerned, hell cannot claim them soon enough. My only hope for them is that true repentance changes their hearts before they’re consigned to the abyss.

      God have mercy on us all.

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  21. scott467 says:

    “We willingly feed the world as part of the system; but you as a grocery customer pay more per unit at the grocery store because domestic supply no longer determines domestic price.”

    _______________

    Then it’s NOT ‘willingly’ at all.

    NOBODY volunteered to pay more than necessary to put food on our own family’s plate, or for many to often go without, so we could subsidize someone in another country we’ll never know or meet.

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  22. Piper says:

    This is an account of an eyewitness to the Charleston set-up- she was in town for work, not a protester.
    I think it fits this thread because it wouldn’t surprise me if the RINOS are involved, and cooperating.
    People need to “see something, film something,from here on out, if it is anything that gets your spidey sense going!

    https://z3news.com/w/eyewitness-reveals-horrors-charlottesville/

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  23. parteagirl says:

    The gall of someone like McConnell, who had to be dragged over the finish line in their own state more than once, to stand in someone’s way who was elected by voters from all over the country!

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  24. scott467 says:

    “The multinational corps have a vested interest in low labor costs. Ergo, open border policies.”

    ________________

    WHY?

    Why do they CARE what anything costs, since they have an international monopoly ANYWAY?

    Why do they care if the cost of a gallon of milk goes up beacuse they have to hire American workers?

    THEY DON’T HAVE ANY COMPETITION.

    They’re not competing against anybody; there is nobody to undercut their price or force them to lower their price to meet any competitor.

    So why do they care?

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    • America First says:

      Not just profit, but POWER. Poor people will cede their freedom for food and healthcare. Ever heard of the Georgia Guidestones? Population control is a major goal of the elite. In their arrogance, they really believe they can socially engineer a global technocracy, where human life is planned and strictly controlled. That’s the end game. What follows logically is not conspiracy theory.

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      • G. Combs says:

        This is a look at the future by a California bureaucrat:
        The Post Sustainable Future
        I saw this Utube and everything she said checked out with my research.

        WHY?? POWER it is more addictive than cocaine.

        The neurochemistry of power has implications for political change

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      • scott467 says:

        “Ever heard of the Georgia Guidestones?”

        ________________

        Yes, but I hadn’t thought about them for a long time now.

        As long as we’re tearing down monuments, that’s a good one to get rid of.

        It was conceived of by idiots drunk on power. It literally sounds like something written by a child, with no understanding of human nature or history whatsoever.

        1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
        Not possible without being Hitler times infinity. Presumably NOT something the buttercups and snowflakes considered when they came up with this exercise in toddlerism.

        2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity. Unite humanity with a living new language.
        Euphemism for sterilization and elimination of those with birth defects (at first), then down the slippery slope to elimination of fetuses with traits which are currently out of favor (eye color, sex, race, etc.)

        3. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
        Assumes that the authors of this schlock know the meaning of the word ‘reason’. Hitler reasoned, so did Stalin, Mao, Pol pot, you name it. They were all great with ‘reason’. Reason isn’t the problem. The problem is WHO is doing the reasoning, and based on WHAT belief system. No doubt the children who dreamed this up think themselves above something as antiquarian as a ‘belief system’, not realizing they have created their own false gods, creating gods in their own image, in place of the God which they have rejected.

        This is so pathetic you don’t even need a Psychology 101 course to shred it to pieces.

        4. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
        Who decides what is fair or just? Who protects, and who decides, and who pays?

        5. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
        “Let” means “allow”, to give permission. Who are these idiots to give ‘permission’ to any Sovereign State how to handle their own affairs?

        A ‘world court’ is such a fraud on its face that it doesn’t bear further comment.

        6. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
        Somebody hand the authors of the ‘Georgia Guidestones’ a mirror, FAST.

        7. Balance personal rights with social duties.
        There is no ‘balance’ to personal rights. Either personal rights are guaranteed and paramount, or they’re not. It is an absolute. Not because absolutism is the objective, but because in the absence of absolutism on this subject, we have no rights at all.

        “If you are a mother with more than one child and I approach you with an offer to purchase one of them from you, would you be able to gfive me a price quote? Perhaps you have three chidlren. I am only asking for one. I am even willing to take the one that you love the least. Are you willing to negotiate with? No! Of course not! You’re one of those extremist mothers who is so closed-minded that she won’t even compromise. If you won’t part with even one of your children, then you’re an absolutist, too.

        Let’s assume you’re a man who’s married. I think I should be able to sleep with your wife four nights a week. How many nights a week do you think I should spend with her? None? Come on! Won’t you compromise with me? I’m willing to cut back to only two night a week. I hope you’re not one of those extremist husbands who thinks that you’re the only one who deserves a little tender loving care. If you won’t even let me take her out for dinner and a movie, then you too are an absolutist.

        I have chosen these examples deliberately because I know they will evoke strong, visceral responses. I use them to demonstrate that there are certain issues that are absolutely not negotiable. There is no argument that can justify me purchasing one of yor spouse. The subject isn’t open for debate – or at least it shouldn’t be. The same thing is true about every discussion of rights. If your response to either of these situations was ‘over my dead body’, then you finally understand the emotional [edit: I would say rational] basis for Patrick Henry’s ‘give me liberty or give me death’ quote. Now contrast this position with those people who insist that we must give up some of our rights in order for the government to better ensure our security. These people may be misguided, but they are also dangerous, for they sincerely believe that people can justify taking away your rights if the majority votes in favor of the violation.” — excerpt, “Good to Be the King — The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom“, 2004, by Michael Badnarik, chapter 2, pages 19-20. Chapter 2 is available for free at the following link: http://www.constitutionpreservation.org/ )

        8. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
        The juveniles who composed the words on the ‘Georgia Guidestones’ clearly know not the meaning of the words ‘truth’, or ‘beauty’ or ‘love’.

        9. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
        And the truth is revealed at the last, the author(s) of this idiocy are garden variety pagan earth-mother worshipping Globull Warming activists who consider ‘nature’ their god, at least when doing so is suitable for virtue-signalling purposes.

        These ‘Georgia Guidestones’ are pathetic.

        They are not the thoughts or high concepts of a great mind, or even a good one.

        They are B-grade movie schlock.

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        • Deb says:

          “1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
          Not possible without being Hitler times infinity. Presumably NOT something the buttercups and snowflakes considered when they came up with this exercise in toddlerism”

          This is why NGOs and the UN have been exporting contraception and abortion to every country they can, all in our dime. What happens in China, the one child policy with forced abortions, that is what they want everywhere.

          This is the truth.

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          • scott467 says:

            “This is why NGOs and the UN have been exporting contraception and abortion to every country they can, all in our dime.”

            ________________

            If the UN and the NGOs and sympathetic self-styled ‘elites’ are so concerned about population and forced abortions, then I say we abort the ‘elites’, NGOs and U.N. first.

            The most efficient way to solve the ‘population problem’ is to eliminate the 1% of the world population who see ‘population’ as a problem in the first place.

            The so-called ‘problem’ goes away when they do.

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        • sunnydaze says:

          Somebody will have to carve something on there about the US Constitution being the greatest document the world has ever seen and a big Thankyou to the Founding Fathers, etc.

          That’s the only way the GA. guidestones get torn down.

          They are Lefty Blather in Perfection. Leftists will want to keep ’em.

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          • scott467 says:

            “They are Lefty Blather in Perfection. Leftists will want to keep ’em.”

            ________________

            The fact that Leftists want to keep them is the primary motivating reason to bring them down.

            And don’t stop there.

            Let them have a LIBERAL DOSE of their own medicine.

            Good for the goose…

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  25. MaineCoon says:

    Mitch’s 2020 re-election campaign is far out. MM needs to be neutralizesd long before that; hence, PT’s tweets, culminating in a head-on-head battle to remove all confidence in him to further MAGA agenda.

    The rug will be pulled out from under him. Public outcry for his removal will happen.

    PT is going to have to remove him from MajLdr position.

    How? Not sure, but it will be UGLY.

    REMOVE MITCH

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  26. justfactsplz says:

    I’m tired of all of the years I was a victim of battered conservative syndrome. I finally have a president who fights for me and gives me a voice. So yes Mr. yellow bellied Chiquita I’ve had enough already. Thanks Sundance for the laugh along with the steely resolve. We will not be shaken. Wolverines!

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  27. eric says:

    VOTE.
    THEM.
    OUT.

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  28. average Joe says:

    The truth has no agenda …

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  29. Pam says:

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  30. Delilah says:

    Don’t miss the America First Candidates meetup in PA on Aug. 26. You can see all the candidates for yourselves: https://twitter.com/Lawrence4Senate/status/888891781961666560

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  31. Pam says:

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  32. 4sure says:

    “If President Trump shows up to the next MAGA rally in a banana costume, 5″ stiletto heels and starts twerking a cardboard cutout of Mitch McConnell, he’d still have our full support.”

    I draw a line on my support for Trump at 5″ stilleto heels.

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  33. sunnydaze says:

    Mark Sanford in S.C., another RINO “problem” is also up. He’s got a Primary opponent who’s announcing on Aug. 30. These people need to be cleared out.

    ….” in the months ahead, Sanford could find himself the target of Trump’s ire, especially if the president latches on to his pending primary opponent, first-term state Rep. Katie Arrington, R-Summerville, who is poised to run a decidedly pro-Trump campaign in South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District….”

    https://www.postandcourier.com/politics/after-trump-goes-after-arizona-republicans-on-their-home-turf/article_5032fab6-882d-11e7-a83a-b78c1487bc06.html

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    • 4sure says:

      Sanford is a GOPe adulterer who lied about his affair to the voters of SC while serving as Gov. He’s a disgrace. A never Trumper as are most of the entire SC delegation in congress and of course we know the two Sens. are never Trumpers. SC voters are really dumb azzes.

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      • listingstarboard says:

        SInce I live in Arizona its hard to criticise any other state for voting choices lol, but SC you are giving us a run for the money with Miss Lindsey and Mark Sanford.

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  34. Twerkin’ on the Turtle…. sorry I cant resist much 🤣😂🤣

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  35. JT says:

    its time for Mitch to step down.

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  36. JAS says:

    McPutz. That’s all I have to say.

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  37. Betty says:

    Love the Turtle Terwk! Awesome!

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  38. Bull Durham says:

    I posted this early this morning.

    The Congressional Leadership has built the Wall.
    It is a Wall between the People and MAGA.
    It is a Wall between DJT and success at MAGA.
    It is a Wall between the votes of 2016 and the Constitutional power to get the MAGA agenda.

    Yes, they have built the Wall.
    They are on the side of the Trillions, and we are on the outside with the Debt and the Problems they have created.

    Mitch has his Wall. Ryan has his Wall.

    The Border? The message from the Congress is “FU America. We don’t care if we lose next year. Then you have the Dems in power and we still will be here eating out of the Trillions Trough.”

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  39. Texian says:

    Oh Mitch.. It’s too late to apologize…

    ..just so you know..

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  40. Rockntractor says:

    The cancerous moles will have to be cut away.

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  41. Attorney says:

    Lying scum…I despise the GOP Establishment. Maybe 10% are worth ever receiving another buck from a conservative voter.

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  42. Shamus says:

    Ok Sundance, I’m going to have to actually go back and read this article, but right now I’m on a plane heading back from a long conference and it’s late, I’m tired, I’m crabby. But BANANA COSTUME AND 5″ heels! I just spit my water out all over the guy next to me, which thank God is a Trump supporter and completely understood as I showed him what I was reading. Nicely done sir nicely done. This has been the best part of my trip..that and returning home to Vegas. Kudos!

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  43. chbailey says:

    “Senate Majority Mitch McConnell is the personification of the intransigent GOPe.” -CTH
    Mitch “groundskeeper of the cemetery” McConnell said, “That’s what you get at 52 to 48”.
    Some phrases of his (vile) remarks follow, the marks are approximate give or take.

    He says that O assaulted us through regulations and the court system, weak topic but he used it as a means to set up President Trumps’ election as being remote, particularly at 6:56:
    2:22 This new government, this administration…
    3:09 this administration and this Congress…
    5:17 So this new administration in Washington and this Congress is interested in getting America growing again
    5:59 the first few months of this administration
    6:56 this administration…they believe…
    9:43…in this administration

    Twice, he made reference to O followed a few seconds later by reference to President Trump…the pause at 8:36 was deliberate imo:
    6:25 “President Obama…”
    6:46 “the President and his team in the executive branch are initiating changes across the board…”
    8:23 and I said to President Obama, you will not fill the SC seat on the way out the door.
    8:36 and the new Justice, Neil Gorsuch is a good example of the kind of people that President [two second pause] Trump is going to put on the courts arguably the most outstanding circuit court Judge in America.

    He made one more odd reference to President Trump regarding trade and the sales business:
    9:45 I am a little concerned about some of the trade rhetoric, not only by the President who succeeded, but by the people who are running the (?) and I think we still have a selling job to point out to most Americans….
    10:28 so the assumption that every free trade agreement is a loser for America is largely untrue. But we’ve got a selling job to do…

    Regarding tax reform:
    11:00 …30 years ago…to make America move again and it worked very very well and in the end, it was totally bipartisan.
    11:50 our D friends are not interested
    12:56 although we would welcome their joining us to make America more competitive
    13:29 global economy… global economy…and make America more competitive, we need to get into the game
    13:44 but a lot of other countries can advertise that they have the rule of law too.
    13:51 so that’s what this is about, making America more competitive

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  44. itsy_bitsy says:

    That Mitch McConnell and the GOPe is hostile to their base became very apparent to me when they colluded with democrats in Mississippi to defeat the Tea Party candidate and then when they kept totally silent as Obama had the IRS try to (and pretty much succeed) in killing off the power of that same group. You really don’t need to know much more, although there is more. McConnell will side with democrats, though usually not openly, often against Trump, and in fact couldn’t get reelected today in his own state, he is that unpopular. I have called him a rat on occasion and I probably was not far off!

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  45. deanbrh says:

    The link is to an article claiming Pence and Cernovich are planning a coup. Since I have been really nervous about both those guys, I’d love to hear what you think about the claim:
    https://z3news.com/w/mike-cernovich-pence-leading-deep-state-coup-impeach-trump/

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  46. conradca says:

    McConnell betrayed the country and the Republican Party by helping Tyrant Obama the Liar ram his “Help Iran Build Nuclear Weapons, ICBMs and Dominate the Middle East” treaty down our throats. It’s no wonder that he is opposing Trump.

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  47. The Heretic says:

    “If President Trump shows up to the next MAGA rally in a banana costume, 5″ stiletto heels and starts twerking a cardboard cutout of Mitch McConnell, he’d still have our full support.”

    I must tell you. I so didn’t need that image in my head.

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