September 26th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #250

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  1. wolfmoon1776 says:

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    • Sedanka says:

      “People have to be made to feel uncomfortable, and especially white people, because we’re comfortable. We still have no clue of what being born white means,” Popovich said.
      ———————-
      Popovich is a POS. Bankrupt him and his team.

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  2. John Huxley says:

    It’s rather interesting Bannon is trying to become Trump, going to rallies and attempting to stump for people.

    Guess we know he tried to use Trump to spring board his career into the mainstream, but too bad he neither has the charm, wit, experience or skills of Trump.

    Also looking like a slob doesn’t help.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I noticed in that Hannity interview, that Bannon ends his sentences with…”okay?”

      This is not an effective speaking technique.

      I refused to watch Hannity last night, but someone posted the video of the Bannon portion in the first page of this thread.

      This whole “we’re supporting Trump by fighting against him” routine, is rather hard for me to swallow.

      I don’t understand why they’re fighting so hard…when it is only for a one-year term.
      If Luther Strange turns out to be the ‘swamp creature’ that they claim he is…then why not just primary him next year?

      This is looking more like a power play.
      As though Bannon wants to establish himself as the ‘king maker’…and the One Who Will Pick Candidates, from now on.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I think he saw President Trump do it and thought it didn’t look that hard. It wasn’t the rallies themselves that did It for POTUS. It was what he said and his agenda. Yes, there were many things that helped to make the win and Bannon one thing that helped. He may have even been a key player with keen insight. But he was not the star maker nor was he the magic behind the scenes. Maybe he confused President Trump’s appreciation of his election work for acknowledgment of responsibility of election results.

        At this point, I am dissapointed in Bannon’s post administration direction and actions. Will wait a little longer to decide. He worked so hard for the election and seemed to work so hard in the administration with President Trump’s campaign promises as his goals – a real supporter. After AL primary, I will be very interested in what direction he takes. I expected so much better of him!

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      • A2 says:

        Your instincts are right. Bannon is a a CCP United Front saboteur. China needs this take down of the president in this state election ( as do the Dems). Thus to weaken him domestically and stop his tax reform, sanctions on foreign powers (primarily China).

        I have repeatedly warned you about Bannon and his paid for visits courtesy of the PRC and his secret meeting brokered by a Goldman Sachs President (his once employer) with China’s Deep State, No. 2 Man Wang Qishan. Wake up people. Bannon is not as he says, Trump’s ‘wingman’. He is out for a power grab and will continues to undermine the President at any opportunity.

        Be warned, and thus forearmed.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Yes, and I appreciate the warning, A2.

          No one else is talking about Bannon’s connection to China & Goldman Sachs.
          I’ll bet Pres Trump and McMasters know about it…but they are keeping it under their caps, for now.

          This could explain why the Breitbart site has been trying so hard to demonize McMasters.

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          • NYGuy54 says:

            It’s weird. Everytime I hear McMaster speak, he seems thoughtful, logical and dedicated to America First. I get this strange disconnect feeling like I expect something different.

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          • indiamaria2020 says:

            ToxicTed pined for TPP. He violated FEC FEDERAL LAW, by not reporting Goldman and Citi loans; he handed out Soccer Balls and Teddy Bears to ILLEGALS crossing the border to support Obama; his wife Heidi was a DIRECTOR at Goldman Sach’s and endorsed the North American Union (NAU) , a la The EU…..Like true ideologues this Support-Moore ToxicTed cabal are GLOBALISTS who would do “globalism” the “right” way. Gee, sounds like the LEFTIES mantra for Socialism, done the “right” way.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          A person who considers themselves “a patriotic American” and “a conservative” as well as intelligent and forward looking would have grave misgivings about anyone who supports Ted Cruz after once looking at his background and his votes. In fact his credentials for the Senate are shaky at best. Another Goldman Sachs bag man. These are the forked tongue people. Part of the splitter strategy.

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      • distracted2 says:

        I also think that we have a good chance of losing a senate seat in the general election if Roy Moore wins today. If he wins today and loses in the general, this is going to be the fault of this group who decided they know better than the president.

        Personally, I wouldn’t bet against our president.

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      • It’s Ted Cruz thinking he has an opportunity to be president. Why is Cruz opposed to health care bill and supporting Moore? He must think it is a chance to get into the spotlight again…and Bannon is there to help him. Moore is not anyone I would vote for. I am not a conservative Christian type…sorry…

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        • indiamaria2020 says:

          Seriously, check ToxicTed’s record. He is a Globalist, disguised in “CON-servative Christian” clothing. Our best clue is the fact that to this date The Toxic One has never ENDORSED President Trump, and has voted the McConnell line, straight up. Ironic, but typical, that the CruzCabal paints Trump’s Man, “Big Luther”, with the McConnell brush. A classic, oft-seen, CruzCabal LIE.

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      There was something off about Bannon. I could not connect with him directly. I can’t put my finger on it. He seems less sure about what he is doing. I don’t know maybe I’m imagining things. He’s not the leader I thought he was. More of a beta.

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    • elleb77 says:

      Just keep in mind that Bannon has been in the administration for months. He might know a little more of what’s going on there than we do. Just a thought.

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      • tom f says:

        I have to agree elleb77.
        Could it be that President Trump (has a great sound, doesn’t it) made a political promise in order to secure (insert need here) and, as a man of his word went to AL to endorse Mr Strange? He kept his word. But did just enough hedging.
        The goal is to win with a Republican come the 2018 election. From all indications this should not be difficult….unless President Trump’s ‘base’ muddies up the whole thing by fighting over two candidates who each have warts.
        Calm down everyone.
        We have the ball!
        Is Steve Bannon a part of ‘we’?

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        • law4lifeblog says:

          Tom, I agree with much of what you say. The endorsement of Luther was 7 weeks ago and PT knew that Luther would be the one voting for at least the rest of the year and a number of very close votes were ahead, and McConnell – who controls this process – wanted his tens of millions reinforced. i believe PT doesnt care so much that Luther wins, but that he is on record as supporting Luther and keeping his word.

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          • deqwik2 says:

            You are second guessing PDJT. He rallied for Strange, made his 1st radio interview for Strange & is still tweeting support for Strange but that’s just because he endorsed him 7 weeks ago? That makes no sense.
            PDJT knows who he wants.

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      • Patience and vigilance, watch and see what the results are and how they play out over the course of a year. Some perspectives will be supported and some will not. While this is an Alabama issue, it will provide data to reflect on for the 2018 elections and may even influence primary choices. Considering some of the odd players from outside of Alabama and the cash influx, it might be wise to avoid putting much credit in MSM, polls, and punditry.

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    • Howie says:

      Dump the Cowboys. Dump the rest of the bums. Why even bother with em? Who cares about the NFL anymore? It is on par with NBA now. If stupid leftists want to be fans of these scumbags let them. No patriotic American is.

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    • Long family story but do to some experiences as a younin’ many moons ago Budweiser products are not allowed in my home. Kids grew up knowing that and complied but the little girls friends one day brought them in while we were not home. She tried to hid them in the garbage but failed. No big deal kind of funny actually.
      But now she will have to divest her cowshit gear to another place of her universe because it will not be at my house.

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    These are the ones who are going to take to the streets on Nov 4th…and “drive Trump from office”?

    I don’t think so.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Wheatie – look at that Stranahan video I link to below. He’s his usual long-winded self, and only outlines what’s coming in his next string of videos, but he sees how Soros and his “old gang of friends” from the Ukraine coup are behind this entire “white supremacy” color revolution, and Stranahan has some ideas what they’re up to, including what will happen on 11/4. If you watch that new ANTIFA documentary, too, you can see how much violence they may be able to get away with, if they make sure it happens in their protected stand-down leftist enclaves. The thing is, Stranahan is expecting the danger will come from TWO SIDES OF VIOLENCE – from actual conflict. He didn’t specify what he’s thinking, but I think I see how that fits into Charlottesville, which I keep saying was a dry run for 11/4.

      They are REALLY trying to create some kind of CONFLICT. Not just protests – they want CONFLICT. That is the secret, IMO. I think they will use provocateurs, pied pipers, actors, psychos – the WORKS.

      We need to be ready for FAKERY – just like the Ukraine coup.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        This was retweeted by an antisemitic “white nationalist” Alt-Righter who I follow because he has a real pulse on that part of the world and I see a lot of interesting stuff (even the occasional “normal” stuff). I’m never sure he’s not an Obamafed psy-op, because what he’s alluding to here would be exactly what RevCom and the DNC actually WANT, and a lot of times he’s “too cute by half”, and comes off as a provocateur. But still, this retweet was interesting. It EXPLAINS part of the left’s rationale for going after sports, too, if they NEED to either create conflict or the APPEARANCE of conditions for conflict.

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        • NYGuy54 says:

          Well you read my comments wolf. I believe that they (Obama/Soros) have turned to sports in their assault on our culture.The NFL and NBA are the low hanging fruit for them because of their significant minority population. They want violence – riots.

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        • Oldschool says:

          Definitely something to this from a behavioral perspective. Having been a season ticket holder for many years, I would laughingly tell people that those Sunday games were like my release valve. I thought some of it was because I was a woman and there are few acceptable places to scream, cuss, and backslap. It is an interesting take. Thanks wolf

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        • My nonbelieving brother used to derisively call Christianity the opiate of the masses. Au contraire, brother dear, I retorted. It is professional sports that is the opiate of the masses.

          That said, I think we can all let go of the NFL and NBA with little problem. They’ve been driving patriots out for years by their actions. The masks are off, they are making hasty and poorly planned moves. They are fools using tools, and we will defeat their ultimate aims.

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        • Rejuvenated says:

          Wolfmoon, this is off topic but since you’re a guru on tech and this might interest many people, (and I have no WordPress/social media to ask) have you seen computers remain connected to wifi after turning all connections off? We had an issue with internet yesterday and checked our router. Something was massively uploading so we started going through devices and turning everything off. It continued. We blocked the IP then cut off power to devices and it stopped. When we started bringing items up again, we determined it was our desktop, but the device name reappeared differently when we unblocked the IP and reconnected. Were going to wipe it but I’d be interested in your thoughts (I have my own, but they’d be from the tin hat persona)…

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            There is no reason to think that what you’re thinking is tinfoil. Exfiltration (meaning stealing) of data uses every trick in the book to get the data out.

            If you leave your device running, stuff can happen. Turn it off, stuff can’t happen. So shutting off your devices is one of the best ways to mess with people trying to get data. Even if you are NOT being hacked, it’s one of the best ways to PREVENT being hacked.

            Particularly useful due to timezone differences, too, if you know what I mean. Depends who the bad guys are, and how automated their attacks are.

            Now – about WiFi….

            WiFi technology has improved over the years by getting more intelligent, but part of that intelligence is basically not telling you what it’s doing to solve problems of connection, negotiation, disconnection, etc. So devices will essentially lie to you ANYWAY about whether they are connected or not. And as to what the name of your device is – again – that varies in time, as connection and negotiation take place. So what you’re seeing may be normal – or maybe not. You may simply have to experiment more to find reasonable proof that there is badness going on, without invoking the aid of a pro.

            Whether you should wipe or not is a tough call, but wiping occasionally is always a good idea, anyway. More important, in my mind, is having SEPARATE computers for political stuff and your normal life. Also using a NON-ADMINISTRATOR account for politics. Etc. The more separation you have, the less likely you are to bleed personal information to people who don’t have your best interests in mind. You can also wipe your political computer more often.

            Hope that helps *somewhat*. 😎

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            • Rejuvenated says:

              Thank you- we are actively monitoring to see if there are more anomalies and will shut everything down nightly at the router instead of just turning off wi-fi (thanks to your advice). Gotta love the age of technology and voyeurism…

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Great!

                HOWEVER – one more thing, for which you need to be careful, or at least understand as a downside of keeping ANY machine running.

                [Side note – this has significant relevance to the whole question of “was the DNC hacked or leaked”, too, as you will see.]

                Even if “somebody” is not actively connected to your machine, good “set it and forget it” malware behaves intelligently, because it basically IS snippets of human intelligence running autonomously. SO – if you are merely disconnected at the router, this does NOT prevent malware from doing that which nullifies all those expert arguments about the DNC leak “could not be a hack”.

                Strong APT malware acts like a person logged onto the machine. It balls up and encrypts data like somebody logged onto the machine. It may even be running under the ID of somebody logged onto the machine. ALL forms of communication can be shut down, and the data is still being balled up and readied for exfiltration during that time – just waiting for communication to open back up to send stuff.

                SO bear that in mind. The only way you TRULY know your machine isn’t doing something you don’t know about, is if it’s doing NOTHING.

                PS – The argument made that “could not be the Russians (or somebody external) taking the DNC data” was based on the idea that the speed of zipping up the data indicated somebody local. WHY on Earth “Mr. Malware” deposited locally and acting autonomously or even just asynchronously isn’t considered “somebody local” is beyond me. The idea that a hacker must be synchronously logged in and directing things over a network is almost pre-Windows-95, to say nothing of being out-of-date in 2016. I found the whole defense utterly disingenuous.

                HOWEVER, there are LOTS of candidates for somebody with good APT capabilities who could effectively BE local, including US, CHINA (great buddy of Hillary and Podesta, BTW), North Korea, McMuffin and friends, post-Stuxnet Iran, and pretty much everybody, now that we gave away the farm. So why “Russia, Russia, Russia” is beyond me, too. I would love to know what Assange knows, because I think the result will be very surprising.

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      • Howie says:

        We know what they are going to do before they do it, as usual at CTH. We read their playbook.

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      • Wiggyky says:

        With the 8 billion bullets mentioned above, these folks may get a CONFLICT they wished they had never started.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          The problem is that we have to look to the Ukraine model, where that many bullets would do no good, because Soros’ people acted quickly on pretext, and a FEW bullets in the hands of snipers (that were very likely on Soros’ side, IMO) created a FAST and DONE rebellion that could then be self-justified. They aim for a QUICK, FULLY CONTROLLED scenario – again, like Charlottesville.

          If we saw a similar “color revolution” here, they would quickly try to install somebody “reasonable”, if you know what I mean. They might also use some nasty kinetics, or maybe do it while Trump is out of country, etc. Possibly make it look multi-actor, to deflect from a larger conspiracy. The whole thing would probably be ugly, but they would try to fence it off fast and quickly cool it into some kind of grudgingly acceptable (to many) but Trump-less future.

          Again, look to Charlottesville for a preview of what will likely happen. Stranahan cautions us VERY CORRECTLY to focus on the big picture (Soros, the overall objective), without getting caught in the weeds and worrying about the [in my opinion – OBVIOUS] signs of fakeness and hoaxing, and the ensuing conspiracy theories. Even though there is much fakery in Charlottesville, the big picture was to drive a narrative LONG TERM. The narrative is fake, whether or not the specific incident is fake.

          SO – if we want to undo any fakey-fake color revolution move, which is designed to SEIZE POWER – not for sustained conflict, then we need to focus on our non-violent response to a “super-Charlottesville” EVENT of some kind. The large number of bullets do not good – they will try to fly something UNDER that radar.

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  4. LCS mom says:

    I normally don’t put links to articles here, but I stumbled onto this Townhall.com (I didn’t even know they still existed) article by Kurt Schlichter that is excellent.

    https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2017/09/25/conservative-inc-is-being-replaced-by-us-militant-normals-n2385943

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I read that earlier – GREAT article!

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    • NYGuy54 says:

      He completely gets us. I really appreciate when others can tap into the collective psyche exhibited here and a select few other sites. Not Breitbart. by the way.

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    • repsort says:

      Yep, he captures the “Fed Up!” movement that’s been organically bubbling up over the years…

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    • CorwinAmber says:

      yep, nails it…Rush was referencing it yesterday so let’s hope it gains some traction. FWIW, I wouldn’t mind referring to myself as “normal” for a change…has a nice ring to it.

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      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        On behalf of Georgie Soros
        In association with the legions of illuminated social rejects
        And as an influential administrator and creator of societal chaos
        In these so called, United States

        I stand as a messenger of strangeness this evening
        In order to impress upon or at least to instruct
        The honorable musicians as to the methods and motives
        Of the truly bizarre reality, “The weird revolution”

        Thomas Jefferson, confounder and president
        Of this normally corrupt nation said
        If God is truly just, I tremble for the fate of my country
        Secondly, there are some dynamics at play
        Which I must familiarize you with

        The so-called weirdos in this country
        Stand as completely freaked out by the normal man
        As the normal man is completely freaked out
        By the weird masses reaction to him

        The weird masses don’t want to be normalized
        Weirdos want to be abnormal
        The freaks can’t be formally normalized
        Nor can we normally formalized

        What we want is complete weirdification
        Basically, we don’t want weirdness from the normal man
        We don’t want to be freaked out by the normal man
        We want to out freak the normal man

        Sorry but this normal patriot is good and ready to freak out and formally normalize the Soros goons.

        Their weird revolution will fail

        MAGA!

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  5. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Very interesting stuff from Stranahan. He’s probably the expert on Soros, IMO, and he sees exactly where this NFL takeover fits into Soros’ plans to foment a “color revolution” (which may be more like a Tet offensive, IMO, but still). Very interesting to listen to. He’s going to flesh it out in more detail, but the bottom line is that we need to expect leftist-assisted trouble on 11/4, when the commie groups have massive coordinated protests, which will presumably get “stand-down” protection.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

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      • Howie says:

        Right on. Soros. This is why the NFL must be crushed by us. Globalist Domestic enemy. The good news is that we got Trump elected and they are forced to try a coup. If they fail they will hang by nooses in the end. The NGO’s and so called public private partnerships are a BIG problem. Get Soros. We needs a couple more SCOTUS Justices, a real AG, and a Trump 2nd term for victory. I think Trump can put down the coup.

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      • Peter says:

        I really REALLY like this guy, lee stranahan

        I’ve never heard of him before. We need guys who can clearly lay out the dots. Sundance does a tremendous job of reporting below the fold – Lee seems to be a serious and non- conspiracy – truth detector.

        The NFL was predicted by Rush 5 years ago. This is NOT an accident. They are all a team of useful idiots being used by George Soros Thank god for trump to throw a grenade in the middle of it so we can all see the enemy – but most have no clue to the larger game, anarchy, that is being played.

        Please be careful on November 4th

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        • snarkybeach says:

          he used to write for Brietbart but left over a disagreement with Edit in Chief Marlow

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Lee is very admirable as a journalist. If anything, he’s a bit too principled, and will duke it out with editors over minor points, getting himself deplatformed, but he always comes bouncing back.

          Definitely one to follow. He’s also trying to teach other citizen journalists to adopt the same high standards, by creating a course for “cub reporters”.

          Will be careful. Thanks!!!

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    • Howie says:

      It will be a massive failure and wake up even more patriotic Americans. One of us is behind every blade of grass.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      The Communists have used sports teams for political purposes, haven’t they.
      The Nazis did too.

      Interesting stuff. Thanks, Wolfie!

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  6. Howie says:

    Buc Player threatens fans…

    But some of the criticsm he’s seeing online from fans crosses a line for him into disrespecting him and his teammates, and he’d like to talk about it.

    “There’s a bunch of people out there that say a lot of terrible things that I know they wouldn’t say to our face,” McCoy said. “These social media tough guys. I would love to meet them. Just being honest. … I would love to meet you. I work at One Buccaneer Place if you would like to talk to me. I’m not going to give you my home address, but I’ll meet you up here anytime you want to talk about it.”

    http://www.tampabay.com/blogs/bucs/gerald-mccoy-on-bucs-fan-criticism-say-it-to-my-face/2338761

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  7. wheatietoo says:

    Bottom line…they shouldn’t be protesting anything on the playing field.

    They are there to play ball.
    Period.
    People don’t buy tickets to watch a ‘protest’…or tune into the game on tv…and they sure as hell don’t like to see their country insulted at a ball game.

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    • citizen817 says:

      Oops… wrong thread

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      They’re emotion-based. No logical deduction from environmental inputs. They DENY the reality around them based on prioritizing agreement with others at a higher level. It’s a viral learning disorder, basically. They prioritize learning algorithms wrongly, based on agreement with others, not prediction of the environment.

      This tweet really helped me to see why they’re impervious to logic.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Haaa…is that tweet serious?

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        • Howie says:

          Sounds like Reverand Wright and his left and right brain babble.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          LOL! Yeah, I hear you. But yes – the guy is serious.

          For me, it’s a case of somebody seeing a truth and only recognizing part of it. It looks ridiculous on the surface, but it’s meaningful to me when I dig down a bit.

          This is part of why I follow people who have nothing to do with what I’m overtly interested in. They will see the dark side of the moon, so to speak, and report faithfully. Same thing I may be interested in, but a different perspective.

          ( insert one more shill for the old liberal arts and sciences education here! 😉 )

          The person who says this is something of a philosophy / psychology / Deepak Chopra ultra-lite type. I would NEVER follow him. However, one of his followers is an edgy bitcoin theory geek who is interested in “painfully trendy” science, which is why I follow him.

          This bitcoin guy is fascinated by the fact that this Deepak Jr. guy is looking at human interaction topologically, since he’s currently looking at bitcoin models that way. I am normally interested in bitcoin guy’s thoughts because he dredges up a lot of excellent descriptions of very edgy science . But here he sees a difference between individualists and collectivists which – if you are trying to model them mathematically like bitcoin guy – is extremely useful. Bitcoin guy is very interested in crowd and individual behavior – that’s why he retweeted – probably sees something deep in bitcoin economics.

          But MY interest is social – how to avoid the pathological social conditions that statism always seems to get us into. So I see this difference (left communicating emotion faster, right communicating external reality faster) and realize that it is basically why we on the right tell each other “liberalism is a mental disorder” and nod in agreement. Leftism is communicating emotion faster because it’s communicating rules faster, as opposed to objective data about the environment. The emotion is a bit of a byproduct, but it points to the underlying truth that libs tell each other how to think, which includes how to feel. This almost by definition leads to adoption of bad rules and causes their persistence, but also leads to them being rapidly communicated, adopted, abandoned. When their rules are off and deviate strongly from the reality we experience – fully intended by Marxism – the libs look horribly insane to us. Marxists weaponize the difference.

          Conservatives are subject to the same problem, but greater individualism means less so.

          The asymmetries here have all sorts of implications. My holy grail is intervention – how to prevent libs from forcing society into a pathological state. My initial thinking is that this means we need to seek EMOTIONAL stumbling-blocks which cause them to momentarily drop out of their loop and then CHECK THEIR ENVIRONMENT, as opposed to “checking their privilege” and other internal ruminations which change little and leave them open to continued pathology.

          Don’t throw logic alone at them – it’s useless. They need an EMOTIONAL reason to stop, at which point environmental (REALITY) data MAY be effective, but probably not as effective as BETTER RULES which involve some emotional superiority to existing rules, thus creating a conflict.

          Note that Trump seems to understand this fully. LOL. Hilarious!

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  8. Howie says:

    Right now we have Alito, Thomas, and Gorsuch. Add a Kennedy replacement and one other. Wham Bam thank you Maam. We have the judicial branch. Next years primary elections will get a few better congresscritters in too I think. Maybe Ginsburg will go the way of McCain in a year or two. With a couple minutes in a speech Trump destroyed the leftist NFL and exposed them for all to see. Amazing. All it takes is sunshine on these cockroaches.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      You are so right! Hardiman (2nd amendment stalwart) and Pryor (anti Roe v. Wade) were runner ups to Gorsuch. Ruth can go any day now. Even Roberts seemed to grow a spine now that Barry can’t get to him. Having that 6-3 SC for 30+ years is going to be magical. There is talk that Thomas will retire in 2022 in order to allow the President to replace him with someone younger.

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  9. Howie says:

    I wonder if these protests were on Trumps radar….before…he gave his comments at the Alabama speech? Heh heh heh.

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  10. Howie says:

    The Antifans

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  11. Dora says:

    I hate the media! You can bet that after today’s primary, no one will even remember the name Luther Strange. From now on he will be ‘Trump’s Candidate’. It is already starting.

    ===

    Poll shows Trump-endorsed Senate candidate losing badly
    http://nypost.com/2017/09/25/poll-shows-trump-endorsed-senate-candidate-losing-badly/

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  12. Trump kicking the NFL’s ass might be the spark his base needed to re engage in politics and support him & his agenda going forward. It did it for my friends and family at least.

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      Trump’s “base” elected him, and they have never left him, nor have they lost any spark. What Trump continues to do is campaign for NEW Trump Americans in the run-up for Mid Terms 2018. Dems, Blacks and Hispanics, Women and Gays are flocking to Trump AMERICA as the MidTerms and 2020 will show. Not to mention Gen Z kicking in right about NOW. Expect more BLUE states to the Trump tally.

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  13. Trump kicking the NFL’s ass might be the spark his base needed to re engage in politics and support him & his agenda going forward. It did it for my friends and family at least.

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  14. Dora says:

    Manafort Spokesman: Raid and Leaks ‘Certainly’ Seem like Political Persecution

    Criminal justice expert says Trump’s former campaign chairman should sue FBI for excessive force

    Seven weeks after the FBI raided Paul Manafort’s apartment in Alexandria, Va., no charges have been filed and there has been no response to Manafort’s request that the transcripts of conversations he had while he was being surveilled be released.

    http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/paul-manafort-spokesman-raid-and-leaks-certainly-seem-like-political-persecution/

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  15. realcapedcrusader says:

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  16. Harry Lime says:

    This is a long video but this fine American really lays out the facts about the NFL and NBA. It deserves to be watched and shared. Thank you.

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  17. Kaiser Roll says:

    Photographic evidence exists that Jerry Jones enjoys the company of strippers (prostitutes).

    The NFL, players and owners, think that their customers are chumps. Black nationalist thugs are glorifying criminality while bashing their brains into CTE. Billionaire parasite owners loot the tax base of their host cities.

    Anti-white racism is as un-American as it gets.

    Dump not just the NFL, but the entire sportsball-entertainment complex.

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  18. Kaiser Roll says:

    GFL (Globalist Football League)
    aNFL (ANtifa Football League)

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  19. Alex says:

    I wrote Marriott yesterday to inform them that all of my future business and travel overnights will no longer take place at Marriott brand hotels. My 20+ years of virtual 100% Marriott brand loyalty are over…unless and until they drop the NFL.

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  20. Kaiser Roll says:

    Jimmy Haslam, owner of the Cleveland Browns, is also the owner of the Pilot truck stops. For years he committed massive fraud to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. He bought his way out of federal prison with a 90 million dollar fine.

    Look up what other businesses your local NFL owner is part of. Boycott them too.

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  21. Harry Lime says:

    These are the companies that I plan on emailing condemning their support or association with the NFL:
    A. Busch
    Campbell’s Soup
    Dannon
    Duracell
    Fed Ex
    Ford
    Frito Lay
    Gatorade
    Gillette
    Marriott
    Mars Snackfoods
    McDonalds
    Nationwide
    Old Spice
    Papa John’s
    Pepsi
    Quaker Oats
    Tide
    Verizon
    Vicks
    Visa

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    • Harry Lime says:

      Oh, and NIKE!

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        Boycotting all major pillars of the economy at the same time is rather difficult. What the left does, is that they bombard the companies with phone calls and social media messages. The corps cave to the SJWs to stop the annoyances.

        Something going in our favor is that BLM is also boycotting the NFL to force the reinstatement of Colin Kapernick.

        As Alinsky said “freeze the target, personalize it”. Papa Johns is probably the best to focus on.

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        • kokopuf says:

          I don’t know how to organize it but targeted boycotts would work and work quickly. Let’s say we target Lay’s Potato Chips and Bud Lite. I can still enjoy Golden Flake and a Coors but Lays and AB would get the message quickly when sales plummet. And we don’t really have to give up anything.

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        • Wiggyky says:

          Why boycott someone who is a 100% supporter of President Trump? Better to suggest Papa Johns just change their advertising. Just remember, most of these businesses advertise where the most people are, whether football or a favorite radio or tv show, A boycott will not really hurt a super big corporation.

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    • distracted2 says:

      Heard this morning that some players are already losing endorsements. Woohoo!

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    • Aldis is a great alternative to a lot of brand products like Quaker Oats and Pepsi and Frito Lay. Their brand is just as good and cheaper.

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    • John B says:

      Don’t forget the supposedly military friendly USAA insurance.

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      • Wiggyky says:

        You won’t hurt USAA as they cover the military, active and retired and their families worldwide. It would take a lot of work to change Home and car financing, plus insurance for both when they are all on automatic payments, and income is direct deposit. Not to mention the $200 to $400 savings by bundling. I would rather tell them to stop advertising on NFL but, as the saying goes, “I’m not going to cut off my nose to spite my face”.

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    • Howie says:

      Good….a Don’t Buy List

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  22. many places to place this h/t Dr. Savage
    THE NATIONAL ANTHEM IS ABOUT A NATION NOT A PRESIDENT

    President Trump says players who protested the National Anthem being played before games should be fired from their teams over the weekend, and the whole world exploded. Yesterday, America was treated to NFL players taking a knee, or sitting or locking arms while the national anthem was being played in protest of what the President said. Well, guess what? They weren’t protesting a President, they were giving a big middle finger to the country.

    That flag and that song should be a unifying moment, a moment to say ‘no matter what differences we have, we are all American, and it’s a privilege to be one.’ But a bad player,influenced by his radical Muslim girlfriend last year decided to make it about him. He claimed to be protesting the killing of black men in America by the police while at the same time wearing a shirt praising the Castros of Cuba. And it’s spread to this. ‘He’s practicing his first amendment rights’ everyone said.

    Well Donald Trump practiced his first amendment rights and an entire league lost their minds. This tradition goes back a hundred years to World War 1. The people loved their country then, with boys fighting overseas in a horrible war. We have soldiers on the battlefield today, and these players just spit on them. The national anthem is about a nation, not about a President. And if these thugs don’t know that, they should be thrown off the team.

    And the commissioner of this league supports this. He should be thrown out too. He’s saying these players have a right to their free speech and to protest if they see fit. But it wasn’t that way when the Dallas Cowboys wanted to wear stickers on their helmets to honor the police after several Dallas policemen were shot. No, he wouldn’t allow that. Or when an NFL player wanted to honor 9/11 victims with a decal on his shoe. No, we couldn’t have that either. But spitting on the flag, you can do that all day.

    But people will still defend these thugs who spit on everything good about America, saying it’s their right. But is it? Yes, they can say what they want, but shouldn’t they be accountable for what they say? Their bosses should fire them because they’re staining their product with anti-Americanism. But they won’t do anything because they’re too afraid of the backlash that the leftist fascists have instigated in this country. All that we used to honor and respect must be thrown out and we have to accept the ridiculous.

    Man is woman, woman is man, America is bad, the Soviet Union was good. The Soviet Union was good and now Russia is bad. The civil rights movement never happened, minorities are now more oppressed than ever. It’s upside down. The fact that these players can do what they did yesterday, with no repercussions whatsoever disproves their arguments. Where could you do this on the planet? Dictatorial regimes you’d be killed or put in torture prisons. Even in Westernized countries you have laws against certain speech. I’ve been banned from Britain for something I didn’t even say, but here millionaire thugs can go on national TV and vehemently hate the country.

    Remember this, when they do what they did yesterday, they’re not disrespecting a President, they’re disrespecting an entire nation. They’re disrespecting you and me.

    © Michael Savage – The Savage Nation

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  23. Harry Lime says:

    Here is CNN continuing to shape their white supremacist narrative. This is so beyond the pale I’m at a loss for words. If you take a step back and just observe everything the organized left has done (in the media, hollywood, sports etc.) since DTrump won the Republican nomination it is all so transparent and ridiculous…I wonder how historians are going to record these events.

    This is pretty sick…

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  24. I honestly don’t understand who these NFL coaches/owners/players are trying to appeal to?

    Don’t they understand that their actual fans, the people who basically write their checks and support their industry, are overwhelmingly patriotic and massively offended by what they are doing?

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    • Kaiser Roll says:

      Sportsball consumes a major portion of people’s down time. It substitutes fake conflicts and identity over real ones.

      The NFL looks to have lost another 10% of their audience this week, but that still leaves millions of people watching a player base that hates them, and enriching rapacious billionaire owners.

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      • They’re going to lose more than that, because it’s gone out of control. It won’t stop, and in fact will only ramp up. The NFL is basically finished if they don’t get a handle on this.

        They were already concerned about the half empty stadiums. Imagine when they are 80% or 90% empty or more.

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        • Kaiser Roll says:

          60+ million Americans voted for H. Clinton. The NFL’s TV deals are still running for a few more years. They can simply give away tickets to the SJW crowd for free (dodging the blackout rule), and even homeless people to make sure the stadium is full.

          It’s good to hear about a 10% decline in TV ratings last year, and another 10% on Sunday. But we need to follow it up with a 10% decline in sales to sponsors like McDonalds, PapaJohns and ProctorGamble. That will turn up the heat.

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        • magagirl says:

          People are very angry, we are very angry with the NFL. 😡

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        • Lulu says:

          That’s actually the biggest thing. The media will film to hide it because they know the visual of empty seats will influence viewers both on a conscious and unconscious level. They will associate the team with losers and they will not want to be associated with that. And there’s no way to counter that except hiding the empty stands.

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    • scully7 says:

      Is this the disconnect that Got Trump elected.
      They have no understanding of the forgotten man and women.
      The same disconnect with Hollywood, the forgotten men and women.
      The same disconnect with congress, the forgotten men and women.
      Soros is trying to make the forgotten men and women go away, by taking away the culture that is so American, Patriotic.
      Trump is trying to Make America Great Again: Get your Pride back, get your American Spirit back.

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    • First, the election of Trump rocked their world. They have only the one playbook and play it over and over. Second, they really do hate us. It animates them. They don’t have to examine their sold out, corrupted consciences if they can just hold on to the emotion of hate for a little bit longer.

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  25. trumpfan1 says:

    i am writing this so that sundance can see it. they attack trump with the 3 “R”s : religion, race and russia.

    not working

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  26. Dora says:

    What else would you expect?

    ===

    Designated Terrorist Group CAIR whines that Trump’s latest and mainly Muslim travel ban of indefinite duration is part of his “ugly white supremacist agenda”

    We prefer to think of it as part of his “beautiful anti-Muslim terrorist/anti-Muslim jihadist” security for America agenda, thank you very much.

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/2017/09/25/designated-terrorist-group-cair-whines-that-trumps-latest-and-mainly-muslim-travel-ban-of-indefinite-duration-is-part-of-his-ugly-white-supremacist-agenda/

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  27. John Huxley says:

    Does anyone sit back and be amazed that Trump did with the NFL what so many self-styled ‘conservative icons’ were never able to do?

    Mark Levin couldn’t make your average american stand up for their country? Bannon couldn’t do it, Cernovich couldn’t do it, none of them could.

    But Trump can, he really does understand the average american.

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  28. churchmouse says:

    Yesterday, someone helpfully posted the statute rendering disrespect of the flag and national anthem illegal. Standing up and locking arms is also illegal.

    It’s worth reposting.

    Emphases mine below:

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/36/301

    This is 36 US Code 301 (emphases mine):

    ‘a)Designation.—
    The composition consisting of the words and music known as the Star-Spangled Banner is the national anthem.

    ‘(b)Conduct During Playing.—During a rendition of the national anthem—
    (1) when the flag is displayed—
    (A) individuals in uniform should give the military salute at the first note of the anthem and maintain that position until the last note;
    (B) members of the Armed Forces and veterans who are present but not in uniform may render the military salute in the manner provided for individuals in uniform; and
    (C) all other persons present should face the flag and stand at attention with their right hand over the heart, and men not in uniform, if applicable, should remove their headdress with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder, the hand being over the heart; and
    (2) when the flag is not displayed, all present should face toward the music and act in the same manner they would if the flag were displayed.
    ‘(Pub. L. 105–225, Aug. 12, 1998, 112 Stat. 1263; Pub. L. 110–417, [div. A], title V, § 595, Oct. 14, 2008, 122 Stat. 4475.)’

    This is a no-brainer.

    Police should be arresting NFL violators and applying whatever penalty there is. That would be much more interesting than the game.

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    • Thecleaner says:

      The problem is the actual language of the Code. Words like “should and may” are not enforceable, but suggestive of whats appropriate. The code should read shall, will and must. Actual on duty military officers could likely face discipline under military code however, but none would ever dare make such a public disrespectful gesture.

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  29. Kaiser Roll says:

    Some videos have been made of people burning NFL merchandise. While visually impressive, its not the best idea.

    The better action is to take unwanted sportsball totems down to your local Goodwill or Salvation Army. Donate it. A flood of used merchandise will reduce demand for new merchandise, reducing NFL revenue. Burning it does not reduce the NFL’s revenue.

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    • n1ghtcr4wler says:

      but it will make less people walking around in that gear

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        The NFL doesn’t care about whether the clothing is worn or not. What matters is the revenue. There are plenty of diehards that won’t stop consuming sportsball until SHTF. I’d rather they spend their money at the Goodwill than NFL.com.

        http://www.financedegreecenter.com/nfl/

        At the same time, only sell any unwanted tickets if you are in financial distress. Empty seats mean less concession revenue.

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    • Harry Lime says:

      I think it acts as more of a visual statement and a catharsis (or an exorcism) and gives these people a release from the betrayal they’re feeling. But you have a good point.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        When LeBron James left Cleveland some years ago, much of his merchandise was burnt. When he came back, more merchandise was bought again. From his perspective, the fans are chumps.

        If the merch is all donated, and ends up on the backs of drug addicts and the homeless, that’s a more poignant statement than burning ever will be.

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        • Harry Lime says:

          I was thinking that earlier, too. What if the NFL puts a stop to the nonsense after a time and the fans start to come back, a lot of these people will go out and buy all new gear from their favorite teams spending twice as much as they would have if they didn’t burn their stuff to begin with. Oh, well. I don’t have any NFL gear so I’m good…

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          • Kaiser Roll says:

            I doubt the NFL is going to cave in to Trump and stop the protests, because the corporate executive suites are full of SJWs. Ask Mike Pence what happened when he tried to protect religious freedom, Silicon Valley elites threatened to destroy his state’s economy.

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        • Wiggyky says:

          That means the teams will still receive free advertising from the items worn. Why give them that? Do drug addicts and homeless really buy from Goodwill or any consignment shop? I don’t think you’ll find much bling in Goodwill.

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    • MM says:

      Send it back to the teams general manager!
      I mailed mine back yesterday.

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    • magagirl says:

      It sends the right message though, “we are done with you and now we will not want to do anything with you in the future” (plus other words people say when burning their jerseys, etc)
      Fans are really mad. I got a pair of winter hats from the Colts, so sad we will not use them 😢

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  30. fleporeblog says:

    The Tax Reform Blueprint is going to be released tomorrow! Our President will unveil it in Indiana. Our President is brilliantly discussing his Tax Reform Bill in the 10 states he won that Democrat Senators are up for reelection in 2018. He has already spoken in Missouri and North Dakota. Tomorrow you can add Indiana to the list. He plans on visiting the other seven states plus states that the Republicans think they can win in that our President lost; NJ, VA and Maine over the next seven weeks.

    Good news is that 3 Democrats refused to sign the Democrat Party pledge that if the bill lowers the individual tax rate on the top 1%, none of them would vote in favor of it. Those three Democrats are Heidi Heitkamp of ND, Joe Donnelly of IN and Joe Manchin of WV.

    This allows us to have a margin of 5 votes against the bill and still pass in the Senate through reconciliation. There is also the very good chance that Senator Menendez from NJ will be found guilty in his trial that will end sometime next month. USA Today had a poll out that said 84% of NJ residents would want him to resign immediately which would allow Chris Christie to appoint a Republican to replace him. That would increase our margin to six possible NO votes and the bill still passing in the Senate.

    http://amp.usatoday.com/story/690970001/

    From the article linked above:

    New Jersey voters overwhelmingly want Sen. Bob Menendez to resign if he is convicted of bribery charges, and those with an unfavorable opinion of the Paramus Democrat outnumber those with a favorable view by more than 2-to-1, a Suffolk University poll conducted for the USA TODAY Network in New Jersey found.

    If Menendez is convicted, 84 percent of likely voters said he should resign, while just 10 percent said he should not. Public opinion of Menendez is negative overall, with 20 percent having a favorable view while 46 percent have an unfavorable view of him.

    Here is some information that has leaked out in reference to the Tax Reform Blueprint that will be released tomorrow.

    https://www.axios.com/exclusive-trump-gop-to-cut-top-rate-to-35-percent-2488858973.html

    From the article linked above:

    President Trump and Republican leaders plan to cut the top tax rate for the wealthiest Americans to 35 percent and dramatically reduce taxes on big and small businesses.

    The GOP leaders and the White House plan to cut the top tax rate for “pass through” businesses from 39.6 percent to 25 percent. (Most businesses in America do not pay the corporate tax. Sole proprietors and other mostly smaller businesses see their profits “passed through” to their owners and taxed at the individual income rate.)

    Most Democrats have already drawn a red line on tax reform: 45 out of 48 Democratic senators signed a letter saying they wouldn’t support any tax bill that adds to the deficit or offers new tax breaks to the wealthiest Americans.

    But Republicans are desperate for a win and appear on course to fund tax cuts with a blend of deficit spending and the closing of loopholes. They will dare Democrats, especially the 10 senators up for re-election in states Trump won, to vote against tax breaks for their constituents.

    – Top individual tax rate cut from 39.6 to 35. The current seven income tax brackets collapsed to three, as part of simplification. (Axios hasn’t obtained the other two rates.)

    – Axios can confirm that the Big Six agreed to cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent. That key detail leaked last night to the Washington Post. (Trump has said he wants the corporate rate to be 15 percent.)

    – The Big Six framework is also expected to include guardrails to prevent wealthy people from artificially lowering their income taxes by rearranging their affairs to get taxed at the small business rate.

    – We can confirm, too, WashPo’s reporting that Republicans plan to double the standard deduction — a boost for the middle class and a key component of simplification.

    The Trump tax plan will likely add to deficits, at least in the short term, which will bother some deficit hawks. But tax reform advocates were heartened when, just this week, Senate Republicans on the Budget Committee cut a deal that would reduce government revenue by as much as $1.5 trillion over 10 years. Republicans argue that, with economic growth spurred by the tax reform, there’ll be substantially less lost revenue than $1.5 trillion.

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    • Kaiser Roll says:

      Menedez won’t be forced out until after the Gov election, in which a Dem is almost certain to win. Those familiar with NJ politics will remember a Bob Torricelli, and how Frank Lautenberg was allowed to illegaly replace him on the ballot after his convictions in 2002.

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    • elleb77 says:

      Love your optimism. What happened to the Graham-Cassidy bill ?

      Sorry, I just am not optimistic about anything getting done – Congress. No prosecutions under AG Barney Fife. The list goes on. Where do we go from here?

      Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        Your right about Graham Cassidy regrettably! However, these creatures that call themselves Republicans have to have a major accomplishment they can run on in 2018. Tax Reform will be it! Also remember that our President has GDP humming at 3 percent all on his own. No one other than him can take credit for that. People assumed 3 percent was a thing of the past since Barry’s eight putrid years produced 1.55 percent GDP.

        Also 70 percent of Americans want it to occur. All those factors, including the 3 Democrats that will crossover will get it passed the finish line.

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        • Thecleaner says:

          Hes gonna need 8 crossovers to get 60 and thats before the RINOS sabatage him again. They will whip the vote and find out how many dems will agree to vote for it, then any number over 8 will be met with a RINO defection to vote against it. This playbook is what you will see until 2020.

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        Unlike you, FLEP does not regard mere obstacles as the Final Gun. Nor does Trump. While his “supporters” whine, pine, piss and moan, Trump continues to fight, battle, re-group, re-direct, until his is victorious. That is the mark of WINNERS. FLEP is one of those, WINNERS.

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  31. Kaiser Roll says:

    President Trump appointed NY Jets owner Woody Johnson as UK ambassador.

    Would be a good time for a “You’re Fired!”

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Why? My brother and his son went to the game on Sunday and every single Jets player stood for the National Anthem. Can’t say the same for their opponent, Miami Dolphins.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Kaiser Roll says:

        Jerry Jones talked a big game, but turns out he’s now a shill for the SJWs. Not a single owner can resist the other 31 and Roger Goodell, even if he wanted to, which I doubt.

        It’s total war on the NFL, Cultural Marxism needs to be ripped out root and branch.

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  32. distracted2 says:

    I know a lot of y’all don’t watch Fox & Friends but it’s been very informative this morning.

    The Warmbiers gave their first interview since Otto’s death and asked the Trump administration to declare North Korea a terrorist state. It was heartbreaking, quite honestly.

    A panel of a dozen people, mostly ex-military, sports and professionals talked about the NFL and patriotism. Polling over the past few days has shown that 70% of the country agrees with the president and polling of the panel is 75% agree with the president. The NFL response is a deal breaker for 75% of this panel.

    Diner interviews with people in Huntsville, Alabama this morning shows that people are voting for the president’s choice today. They want to elect someone the president can count on. So we shall see.

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  33. Harry Lime says:

    Lauren Southern sits down with author G Edward Griffin (The Creature From Jekyll Island) for a fascinating conversation about conspiracy theories, Antifa, who really runs America, and what he’s trying to do about it.

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    • In the video, (above) he references “conspiracies” By Carroll Quigley..
      RE the “deep State”, or Powers that be..
      From the book He wrote, **Tragedy & Hope**
      ———————
      in 1970, when W. Cleon Skousen published The Naked Capitalist: A Review and Commentary on Dr. Carroll Quigley’s Book “Tragedy and Hope”. The first third of this book consists of extensive excerpts from Tragedy and Hope, interspersed with commentary by Skousen. Skousen quotes Quigley’s description of the activities of several groups — the Milner Group, a cartel of international bankers, the Communist Party, the Institute of Pacific Relations, and the Council on Foreign Relations. According to Skousen’s interpretation of Quigley’s book, each of these is a facet of one large conspiracy.[26] The following year, G. Edward Griffin released the documentary The Capitalist Conspiracy: An Inside View of International Banking, crediting the Skousen book: “We wish to acknowledge that this film was insipred by Cleon Skousen’s book, The Naked Capitalist, which we believe is one of the most important documents of the decade.”
      ————————–
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carroll_Quigley

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    • Tparty says:

      …. and then there is this.

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  34. Steve in Titusville FL says:

    Moore up 16! Bannon, Farage, Palin, Phil Robertson, Carson, Huckabee, Chuck
    Norris, Women For Trump, Alabama Patriots, Bill Armistead, Fob James , Jim Demint and many others will see him to the finish line. Luther is owned by McConnell and the establishment now.

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    • Harry Lime says:

      Wow! That’s a lot of big time support!

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      • indiamaria2020 says:

        I know, huh? The lowly President of the United States, the Vice-President of the United States are simply chicken feed. Heck, even dopey grassroots like The National Right to LIfe, The Alabama Farmers, The NRA are soooo minor. I mean the “Big Luther” support team sounds like all the deplorable dopes that rode Trump into office. But, yeah, what a fluke that was……

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    • RushBaby says:

      Roy Moore is a stubborn old fart. He’s basically John McCain with a Ten Commandments fetish.

      Liked by 7 people

      • julegate says:

        Rush baby, The 10 Commandments are the foundation of the country. You might want to look at the original documents of the 13 Colonies.

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        • indiamaria2020 says:

          No, the U.S. Constitution is the “foundation of the country.” ToxicTed speaking in tongues was not perceived as very sincere, considering all his career politician, lawyer sleaze. Judge Moore wearing the Ten Commandments on his sleeve supports a pervading creepiness so typical of his support team, the ToxicTed, speaking-in-tongues” cabal.

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          • julegate says:

            Sorry indiamaria but it is not. The founding documents were based on the rights that came out of the bible. The early settlers came from the religious wars between the Catholic Church, The Reformers and the tug of war in England between being Catholic or Protesant. The colleges and schools were established by the churches. I am reading a text book written from the 1800’s. The Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States. Ten commandments were taught in school. Prayer was said every morning, schools were closed on Good Friday. I am attaching an article showing how God was in every establishment of every state government.

            http://ipatriot.com/god-13-colonies/

            Of course you can go back to the source documents also to confirm.

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      • sejmon says:

        Is it you CANCLE /NANCY P.???????

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    • indiamaria2020 says:

      Hmm. I didn’t know TRUMP was considered “establishment” now?? Heck, your list sounds like the same bozos that OPPOSED TRUMP by supporting Cruz, or someone else (Huckabee) during the primaries. It was only through the abject ignorance of the Average AMERICAN voter that Trump is President. I don’t remember any other important folks supporting him. Well, except for Senator Sessions (and he is hated by these same folks too!!!).

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    • Wiggyky says:

      Wrong, Strange is owned by President Trump. McConnell is along for the ride. I suppose when it is all over we’ll see who supports the President and who supports the Cruzbots.

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  35. wheatietoo says:

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  36. Steve in Titusville FL says:

    Rally as covered by RSBN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34e5IYbtz0U

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  37. NJF says:

    Watching fox & friends and Strange is doing an interview. From what I can see Moore hasn’t done any interviews on Fox? Telling.

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  38. wheatietoo says:

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  39. Kaiser Roll says:

    NFL BLM activists are defended by SJWs crying “Free Speech”

    James Damore
    Brendan Eich

    Colin Kapernick and his fellow anti-white millionaires have free speech, but the rest of us must “Bake the Cake”.

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  40. JAS says:

    In the meantime, Dems are in full attack mode Re: Puerto Rico. Stating that there is a grave humanitarian crisis down there while Trump tweets about the NFL…..

    And it’s gaining traction in the press….

    Liked by 1 person

    • Michelle says:

      That’s because the press isn’t reporting that the Puerto Rican officials praised Trump’s assistance.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Michelle says:

      That’s because the press isn’t reporting that the Puerto Rican officials praised Trump’s assistance.

    • The Boss says:

      Nobody trusts the press. This is simply another media circle jerk.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      The Texas and Florida recoveries went so well that they were disappointed! It’s a false narrative as the fed gov has been on it from the start. It’s just so much bigger and not connected to the mainland.

      Maybe that is part of the problem – the civilians have broken PR prior to the physical destruction of the hurricane and there are not civilians rising up to help. No Cajan Navy! No big trucks. I am sure there is some neighbor helping neighbor but they were hurt too. In TX and FL there were civilians that rushed in to help.

      PR was in bad shape to begin with, had a total wipe out disaster and is harder for everyone to help. But the fed gov has been on the job from the start.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      The lying media is not reporting all the plane-loads of aid that we’ve been flying into PR…since Saturday.

      We’re on it.
      They are just ignoring it.

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    • Fact remains Major Comms are “knocked out” in the Country, & Truth Tellers are NOT reported in the MSN Media, AND because it IS a Island,, well News is hard to verify… If ANY Good news gets out at all…

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    • LCSmom says:

      And everyone knows Trump is up at the crack of dawn working and that tweeting takes a couple of minutes at most.

      Why do you care what the press thinks?

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  42. “We are disappointed and increasingly concerned by the recent incidents that have overshadowed this NFL season. We are not yet satisfied with the league’s handling of behaviors that so clearly go against our own company culture and moral code,” Anheuser-Busch said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports.

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  43. The Boss says:

    Think about it! 250 days of triggering SJWs, snowflakes, globalists, media whores and the EunuchParty. And we haven’t even started wishing each other Merry Christmas yet! Best.President.Ever. That I can tell you!

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  44. I’m a West Virginia Rednek with any opinion would like to share my site:
    http://www.frontiernet.net/~jhinebaugh/index.html.

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  45. Kaiser Roll says:

    As much as the NFL hates you, the NBA probably hates you 2x as much.

    Jerry Jones is a tired old man that loves his hookers. Mark Cuban has a major media presence to defame the right and shill for the left.

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  46. I’m a West Virginia Rednek with an opinion would like to share my site:
    http://www.frontiernet.net/~jhinebaugh/index.html.

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