November 21st – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #306

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1,075 Responses to November 21st – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #306

  1. wheatietoo says:

    Strange-looking cigar shaped asteroid has got astronomers talking, scratching their heads.

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  2. freewillnc says:

    Could not be more proud of this president.

    Big deal coming from the worlds largest state sponsor of terrorism.
    Obama fed ISIS, provided money, training and weapons. In less then one year, this administration Blocked finances, built a solid Arab coalition and changed military policy away from politically correct BS, to KILLING these evil people where they are found. Do not let them go home to create trouble another day. Eradicate them on the battlefield.

    His leadership enables people to do their jobs and to support and facilitate success.

    The next 7 years are going to be fantastic! MAGA – DJT

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    • 7delta says:

      I’m disappointed. He meant ISIS. I was hoping he meant Iran would no longer be an Islamic state. Fat chance, huh? Oh well…one step at a time, I guess, but I’m not going to celebrate just yet. An alliance with Turkey and Russia isn’t necessarily unexpected or good, but then, this administration isn’t like the last 4. Time will tell.


  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    Appellant court decision…..Jeffrey Epstein jury trial to begin on December 5 2017……

    We have to keep track that President Trump was the only one that already answered all the questions and was found not to be involved in this in any way. Epstein just hung out at Mar-a-logo with everyone else.

    Bill Clinton….still needs to answer.

    Trial date set for lawsuit against billionaire sex offender Epstein
    Jane Musgrave Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
    11:26 a.m. Friday, July 7, 2017 Central Palm Beach–law/trial-date-set-for-lawsuit-against-billionaire-sex-offender-epstein/VJbBnxT9PK4AXk0mbLchBK/

    “The malicious prosecution lawsuit that attorney Bradley Edwards filed against the Palm Beach billionaire has been on hold for years while various appeals were filed. With the issues resolved by the Florida Supreme Court last month, Circuit Judge Donald Hafele said the jury trial should begin Dec. 5.”

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  4. wheatietoo says:

    Do they both get a pardon?

    Liked by 6 people

  5. cheekymeeky says:

    Where’s Maggie Haberman? Her last tweet was 22 hours ago. ; )

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Publius2016 says:

    So many great things happening…expect DEEP STATE to provide their weekly dose of evil.

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  7. Dora says:

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  8. jim says:

    Two former employees of the Olds Hickory restaurant come forward and the YSM spikes the story. Much more here:

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  9. decisiontime16 says:

    The dems may be trying to get rid of unpopular criminal Hillary but they have high hopes for the next crop of replacements.

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said on Saturday that 2018 could be another “Year of the Woman,” predicting that female candidates could sweep elections across the country.

    “I predict based on what I see out there that we are going to have another Year of the Woman,” Feinstein told party officials at the California Democratic Party Executive Board meeting, according to the Los Angeles Times.

    Her comments on Saturday came as a growing number of prominent men in politics, business and beyond face allegations of sexual misconduct. Those allegations have reignited a nationwide conversation about sexual impropriety and gender discrimination in the workplace.

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    • 100% YOOPER says:

      Could this be why all the hoopla surrounding the man bashing leftists?

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        I think that very possibly could be true. Females comprise the majority.


        • singingsoul says:

          decisiontime16 says:
          “I think that very possibly could be true. Females comprise the majority.”
          Sweden’s government comprises of many women and look what they did to their country…????
          Look at Merkel what she did and look at Britain ..?
          I am all for women to be all that they can be but I like a balance because men and women think differently women and men also thing differently .
          I know that there are times my husband both speak English and hear different . We can read things and come to different conclusion and how to salve a problem.
          So I believe there is a place for women and men to govern together in balance for the benefit of the Nation.


          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Since 1968 or so, the terms “vixen”, “virago”, “hussy” and the like have (been) disappeared from the English language.

            Seems that there’s a sort of coverup there, as well.

            It’s not just men who play this game. And I’ve had male colleagues who were pursued mercilessly by their female managers, one of them to the point of leaving the company.
            Since it was in Kalifornistan, the chances of him bringing a discrimination or abuse suit were slim to none. Ended up better off, anyway.

            Having said that, it’s a sad commentary that Vice-President Pence was ridiculed for his integrity, love, and Christian stance. Another case of the intolerant, Anti-Christian left…


      • auscitizenmom says:


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    • NJF says:

      VP Pence doesn’t look so ridiculous now does he? He was criticized when he commented that he never goes to any business/social dinners or events without his wife.

      My husband is a senior exec and often attends business dinners & conferences for work. many years ago he adopted the policy of leaving before the alcohol starts to flow. In today’s environment he could be held accountable for harassment simply bc he was in the vicinity if a man tells an offensive joke in the presence of a female colleague.

      When all of these allegations started Scott Adams tweeting “the net result of this will be that less woman will be hired bc employers won’t want the potential headache.”

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Yep whenever I attend business/volunteer functions and the evening takes on a looser atmosphere I do the ditch.
        So past that kinda behavior.

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      • decisiontime16 says:

        Lindsey Graham is “concerned” …..sure

        Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Monday said Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore poses a threat to the Republican agenda, adding that he favors maneuvering that would trigger a new special election.

        “We’re about to give away a seat that can determine the future of Trump’s agenda, and I hope the good people of Alabama on the Republican side will try to find a way to pick a nominee that can represent the conservative cause in an effective way,” Graham said on Fox News Radio’s “The Brian Kilmeade Show.”

        Graham said he’s in favor of any maneuvering to get a new nominee on the ticket in Alabama, including an idea that’s been floated wherein Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), who was appointed to the Senate after Sessions was confirmed as attorney general, resigns, triggering a new special election to fill the vacant seat.
        “It’s so important to me that we succeed,” Graham said in the interview.

        Graham has previously called on Moore to step aside in the race, adding that “if you can’t be in a mall, you shouldn’t be in the Senate,” a reference to reports that Moore was banned from a local mall after badgering teenage girls there. 
        “I think he’s a terrible nominee for the Republican Party, and we’ll probably lose a seat that’s impossible to lose, almost, as a Republican,” Graham said Monday.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Companies would be wise to make that policy. One false charge can cause unbelievable damage.

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      • CorwinAmber says:

        funny how things change – whenever I traveled (and I traveled a lot!), I would tell my female colleagues that if they wanted to go out to dinner someplace in a strange town and they felt uncomfortable being alone that I would accompany them for safety’s sake…just didn’t want something to happen and later on find out that they were reluctant to ask their male colleagues “for a favor”, so to speak…now I guess I would have to decline and tell them they were on their own, SMDH

        (BTW, and I did travel with some very attractive young colleagues, but I felt more fatherly towards them when we were on the road than anything else, but after all, I am my father’s son, thank goodness [and God])

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    • Howie says:

      Year of the Crooks.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Yeah, I bet they feel its the “women’s turn” after all, they are “owed.”


    • Chickficshun says:

      Nope. There is going to be a backlash against women. ESpecially whiney dem women.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      Never let a Crisis go to waste… Feminazi’s are like leeches they will suck the country and their voters dry

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    • Raven says:

      As a woman I am offended by Senator Feinstein’s words.

      As a human being I want the good of what I accomplish to be credited to the God Who redeemed me, not by the sex I “prefer” to be.

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      • JohnP says:

        Feinstein and her pet troll have looted this country long enough. They need to be gone!

        “Blum’s wife, Senator Dianne Feinstein, has received scrutiny due to her husband’s government contracts and extensive business dealings with China and her past votes on trade issues with the country. Blum has denied any wrongdoing, however.[10] Critics have argued that business contracts with the US government awarded to a company (Perini) controlled by Blum may raise a potential conflict-of-interest issue with the voting and policy activities of his wife.[11] URS Corp, which Blum had a substantial stake in, bought EG&G, a leading provider of technical services and management to the U.S. military, from The Carlyle Group in 2002; EG&G subsequently won a $600m defense contract.[1]

        In 2009 it was reported that Blum’s wife Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation to provide $25 billion in taxpayer money to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, a government agency that had recently awarded her husband’s real estate firm, CB Richard Ellis, what the Washington Times called “a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry norms.”[12]

        The United States Postal Service has entered into an exclusive contract with CB Richard Ellis to sell buildings that currently house post offices.[13]”

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        • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

          URS offered me a job for safety at the construction of the new highway passing through downtown Tampa, Fl. I refused offer. It collapsed during construction. Good choice on my part. I didn’t know the connection to Feinstein. URS recently changed their name, but I can’t remember the new name now.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      So the in an effort to promote sisterhood, the Dems are pushing the Junior Senator from California, Kamala Harris, as their standard bearer. Do they really think we would forget she got her start in politics as SF Mayor Willie Brown’s side piece?

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  10. Dora says:

    It’s driving me crazy to see so many liberal judges running the country.

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  11. Eks Mann says:

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      But, but, he’s black. Isn’t that a “get out of everything” card.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Eks Mann says:

      From Wikipedia:

      >>> The U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary, also called the House Judiciary Committee, is a standing committee of the United States House of Representatives. It is charged with overseeing the administration of justice within the federal courts, administrative agencies and Federal law enforcement entities. The Judiciary Committee is also the committee responsible for impeachments of federal officials.

      In the 115th Congress, the chairman of the committee is Republican Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, and the ranking minority member is Democrat John Conyers of Michigan. In prior years, Lamar S. Smith of Texas was the chairman, and prior to that John Conyers served as chairman. <<>> John Conyers, Michigan, Ranking Member
      Jerrold Nadler, New York
      Zoe Lofgren, California
      Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas
      Steve Cohen, Tennessee
      Hank Johnson, Georgia
      Ted Deutch, Florida
      Luis Gutiérrez, Illinois
      Karen Bass, California
      Cedric Richmond, Louisiana
      Hakeem Jeffries, New York
      David Cicilline, Rhode Island
      Eric Swalwell, California
      Ted Lieu, California
      Jamie Raskin, Maryland
      Pramila Jayapal, Washington
      Brad Schneider, Illinois <<<

      Wow. Politically speaking, that's a veritable "who's who" of very bad news.

      Two names that really stand out to me on that list: Steve Cohen and Luis Gutiérrez. Why? Last week they introduced articles of impeachment against President Trump: uce-articles-of-impeachment-against-trump/

      A week later, John Conyers (and, by extension, the entire House Judiciary Committee) takes a MOAB right up the tailpipe.

      The Art of War.


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    • Eks Mann says:

      Also interesting: Two weeks ago Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), ranking majority leader of the House Judiciary Committee, said he’s retiring from politics:

      “After much contemplation and prayer, we decided it was the right time for me to step aside and let someone else serve the Sixth District. I will not seek re-election.”

      This makes at least two dozen House Republicans who’ve suddenly decided it’s time to retire. One wonders why…

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  12. Rejuvenated says:

    I’ve seen comments here regarding Twitter’s upcoming censorship actions (using people’s off-Twitter activities against them) in December, but people were mostly vowing to switch to Gab. I haven’t noticed if anyone sees this as a means of silencing our President as well as voices like our own Treehouse. Why isn’t the public screaming about this? Why isn’t this a headline everywhere? I don’t even use Twitter, but this affects myself as well and anyone anywhere on the internet.

    What advantage does Twitter receive by “mapping” out each person’s activities 24/7? Especially with Twitter’s Deep State/SJW proclivities and what they consider violent/extremist talk? Wolfmoon has already pointed out how they manipulate data by hiding some things and promoting others not aligned with one’s preferences. Seems rather liked forced brainwashing to me if they hide all information/people except their “approved” versions. Can you imagine them blocking POTUS’ supporters from seeing his tweets based on what websites they visit? I can.

    This is a HUGE attack on free speech and independent journalism, but how do we oppose it?Leaving Twitter won’t work- this is beyond Twitter now and Soros must be anticipating a backlash if he’s sold his shares (which makes me think it’s being sacrificed to achieve the goal of silencing free thought and especially our Presisdent).

    Wolfmoon- you’re stratospheres above me on this topic, your thoughts?

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    • PDQ says:

      Advantage is that THEY define what is “good” and “bad,” “acceptable” and “unacceptable”.

      Late term abortion (googling centers that provide procedure) — very acceptable

      Pro-life org for help during pregnancy and birth (googling centers that provide services) — very UNACCEPTABLE and suspicious. Send in the feds – could be a domestic terrorist.

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      • singingsoul says:

        PDQ says:
        “Advantage is that THEY define what is “good” and “bad,” “acceptable” and “unacceptable”.
        Late term abortion (googling centers that provide procedure) — very acceptable”
        A gruesome thought, in late rearm abortion no one will look for these babies they will hav no family and no name. Who benefits from these babies..? I am having terrible thoughts with all the sexual abuse and witchcraft what happens to the babies if they are almost full rearm..?
        I hope there is an investigation. Do they raise some of these infants for sexual objects…??
        I know I had three children premie and they do live after 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 months very easilly .


    • My understanding is that twatter will be using secret undisclosed spying programs also. Very dangerous move. Silence POTUS, control the narrative, invasion of privacy, silence free speech plus more we don’t know about. Move to GAB.IT

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    • Key unlocks door that hides the secrets contained in the No Such Agency db (JFK files, 9/11…) where maps can be used to sort data into meaningful information.


    • iswhatitis says:

      My own belief is that they, and farcebook, diskus, wordspress and google have been doing said “mapping” for a long time now – but the “filters” have been “off” (thus obscuring the fact that they’ve been doing it for awhile now)..

      Now they are just saying they will turn on the filters. Even if some “public backlash” occurs, and they subsequently “retreat” from “implementing” it – they will continue the “mapping” (once more, behind the scenes).

      If the day comes that they turn on the “censorship machine”, they will already have a built-up history “mapping” on you (and I) – and could easily and retroactively censor, going forward, based on already existing history.

      The censorship and surveillance machine is already there and in place – it’s just “idling” at the moment (quietly continuing to “map” us).

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      • Rejuvenated says:

        I agree. Have you (or anyone else for that matter) noticed that searches are returning odd or limited results more than usual lately? I use DuckDuckGo and it’s been super-frustrating over the last couple of weeks when I try locating information, even benign information like “made in America bathtubs.”

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      • Blacksmith8 says:

        Wasn’t their a TV show called Person of Interest that was exactly this? Art imitates life yet again.


  13. amwick says:

    So interesting thread re earlier staff changes at the white house…

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  14. Dora says:

    They are coming out of the woodwork now. I don’t even know who ‘Filthy Filner’ is.


    The hits keep coming! Rep. Diana DeGette says Bob ‘Filthy’ Filner sexually harassed her, too

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  15. NJF says:

    Per FBN Putin will be calling POTUS today to discuss Syria.

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  16. blognificentbee says:

    I saw these great tweets over at The_Donald subreddit.

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  17. pyromancer76 says:

    I really hate to make a comment on this evil from the past — except to link it to the present and what we Deplorables and President Trump and his Administration are identifying, working against, reinstating law and order “from”, needing to clean up the vile messes.

    This is an article from The Spectator — the names lead right to Pres O and what he was paid and groomed to do to this great country.

    “Everyone knows that Charles Manson inspired those murders. None of that is being forgotten in reports of his death. But what also shouldn’t be forgotten was how the murders inspired Bernardine Dohrn, the ’60s militant Marxist who spearheaded the Weather Underground.”

    All who escaped prison, received Ph.D.s, and infested and infected our educational system along with as many other public/governmental entities as they could — also voter fraud beginning at least with ACORN.

    For the big money, follow all the “foundations” that paid O to be his non-self and “in charge” of (beginning with Harvard Law Review scam).

    This is more evil and deeper than even the swamp and it is something important to remember as we feast with our relatives at Thanksgiving with a smile and offer to their emotionality “only the facts, ma’am.”


  18. Raven says:

    I was just working in my basement, listening to a local Christian radio station, when the announcer stopped and read President Trump’s Thanksgiving Proclamation in its entirety.

    Tears rolled down my cheeks hearing the words our President wrote of God, and family, and freedom — but mostly of God intertwined in it all — just as He truly is.

    Below is President Trump’s Proclamation, those so inclined — grab a tissue or two.



    On Thanksgiving Day, as we have for nearly four centuries, Americans give thanks to Almighty God for our abundant blessings. We gather with the people we love to show gratitude for our freedom, for our friends and families, and for the prosperous Nation we call home.

    In July 1620, more than 100 Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower, fleeing religious persecution and seeking freedom and opportunity in a new and unfamiliar place. These dauntless souls arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the freezing cold of December 1620. They were greeted by sickness and severe weather, and quickly lost 46 of their fellow travelers. Those who endured the incredible hardship of their first year in America, however, had many reasons for gratitude. They had survived. They were free. And, with the help of the Wampanoag tribe, and a bountiful harvest, they were regaining their health and strength. In thanks to God for these blessings, the new governor of the Plymouth Colony, William Bradford, proclaimed a day of thanksgiving and gathered with the Wampanoag tribe for three days of celebration.

    For the next two centuries, many individual colonies and states, primarily in the Northeast, carried on the tradition of fall Thanksgiving festivities. But each state celebrated it on a different day, and sometime on an occasional basis. It was not until 1863 that the holiday was celebrated on one day, nationwide. In the aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg, of one of the bloodiest battles of our Nation’s Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed that the country would set aside one day to remember its many blessings. “In the midst of a civil war of unequalled magnitude and severity,” President Lincoln proclaimed, we recall the “bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come.” As President Lincoln recognized: “No human counsel hath devised nor hath any mortal hand worked out these great things. They are the gracious gifts of the Most High God, who, while dealing with us in anger for our sins, hath nevertheless remembered mercy.”

    Today, we continue to celebrate Thanksgiving with a grateful and charitable spirit. When we open our hearts and extend our hands to those in need, we show humility for the bountiful gifts we have received. In the aftermath of a succession of tragedies that have stunned and shocked our Nation — Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria; the wildfires that ravaged the West; and, the horrific acts of violence and terror in Las Vegas, New York City, and Sutherland Springs — we have witnessed the generous nature of the American people. In the midst of heartache and turmoil, we are grateful for the swift action of the first responders, law enforcement personnel, military and medical professionals, volunteers, and everyday heroes who embodied our infinite capacity to extend compassion and humanity to our fellow man. As we mourn these painful events, we are ever confident that the perseverance and optimism of the American people will prevail.

    We can see, in the courageous Pilgrims who stood on Plymouth Rock in new land, the intrepidness that lies at the core of our American spirit. Just as the Pilgrims did, today Americans stand strong, willing to fight for their families and their futures, to uphold our values, and to confront any challenge.

    This Thanksgiving, in addition to rejoicing in precious time spent with loved ones, let us find ways to serve and encourage each other in both word and deed. We also offer a special word of thanks for the brave men and women of our Armed Forces, many of whom must celebrate this holiday separated from the ones for whom they are most thankful. As one people, we seek God’s protection, guidance, and wisdom, as we stand humbled by the abundance of our great Nation and the blessings of freedom, family, and faith.

    NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim Thursday, November 23, 2017, as a National Day of Thanksgiving. I encourage all Americans to gather, in homes and places of worship, to offer a prayer of thanks to God for our many blessings.

    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this seventeenth day of November, in the year of our Lord two thousand seventeen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-second.


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  19. Great tweet

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  20. youme says:

    From 2010:

    Jeffrey Epstein, Billionaire Pedophile, Goes Free
    Hedge fund mogul Jeffrey Epstein becomes a free man today, five years after he was first accused of sexually abusing underage girls. After months of reporting, The Daily Beast’s Conchita Sarnoff reveals exclusive details of the investigation and the legal wrangling that saved him from a long prison term.

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    • joninmd22 says:

      A$$ hole trafficked little girls but because he palled around with the Clinton’s he got off with a slap on the wrist.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        High Dollar Dem donors get away with practically everything

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      • Eks Mann says:

        >>> A$$ hole trafficked little girls… <<<

        There's plenty of evidence to suggest it's much worse than that.

        MUCH worse, not only in terms of the evil being committed, but the players involved.

        When the scope of this depravity – what it is, who participates, who funds, who profits – is finally unveiled to the nation, it will shock America to its core.

        MOARP: the Mother of all Red Pills. Something so heinous even the MSM can't cover for it.

        Coming soon…

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  21. treehouseron says:

    I want Roy Moore to win. I don’t like the guy, but a democrat would be much worse. With that said, this latest report he put out is the kind of pedantic crap the liberals do and I wish our side wouldn’t do crap like that.

    The woman is likely lying, and he has to fight it… but attacking minor discrepancies in her story doesn’t “PROVE SHE’S A FRAUD!!!!!!” like the gateway pundit and even my beloved Bill Mitchell are screaming.

    – The restaurant closed at midnight, and not eleven, according to some nameless people asked about what happened 40 years ago. So SHE MUST BE A FRAUD

    – The dumpsters were on the side, not the back… SO SHE MUST BE A FRAUD

    – One other waitress worked there, and never saw anybody with a suit come in… therefore, Roy Moore must have never been there.

    Seriously? This is the evidence to refute it? Sitting here on the sidelines, NONE OF THAT refutes it in my opinion, it’s all just hearsay just like the accusation was hearsay.

    I’m convinced once this guy wins (and I hope he does) we’re going to have 4 years of childish crap like this going on with him. It’s Cruzian. Argue about whether water is wet, and parse every single word into whatever you say it means. Meanwhile, if anybody else says something off by half a degree decry them a fraud from the highest mountain.

    I know nobody’s going to agree with this, but the guy rubs me the wrong way even when he’s defending himself from made up allegations.

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    • When you give little details of what happened that turn out not to be true you have no credibility.

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    • Albertus Magnus says:

      I agree 100% Ron. Hope others see the wisdom in what you have posted.

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    • GetReal says:

      His evidence, even though silly and trite according to you, is far greater than her evidence. He has actual facts and people vouching for them while the accusure has nothing but a 38 year old recollection (probably vendetta driven) and a forged yearbook. The voters of Alabama are the only opinions that matter so unless you are one of them please relax.

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      • treehouseron says:

        Yes, their opinions are the only ones that matter…. until he gets in Congress and starts acting like Ted Cruz then we all get screwed. You’ll see what i’m talking about in a couple months. We have no alternative though… so here we go.


        • Ivehadit says:

          Three words for you, Ron: Supreme Court Justices.
          With all due respect, it is time to stop the negativity and help Alabamians do what is best for the future of the country. Period…unless, of course, there is voter suppression in the negative intent.

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        • Lulu says:

          It kind of matters where the dumpsters and parking lots were given her account of how/where the “assault” occurred.

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        • Dekester says:

          We cannot vote in Alabama, or in any other U.S. election.

          Our little Street has three massive PDJT supporters on it, and even we know that anyone that is putting “ shade” on Judge Moore at this stage of the game is not at heart a supporter of PDJT.

          Or if they are, they are sadly mis guided.

          A Jones win, would send the left, and McConnell into a “ happy dance” and they are scum..absolute scum.

          Back to the minor details…all cases are built by establishing credibility. So how many “ minor details” has Judge Moore now established?

          Alldred or however you spell the lawyers name is simply a conniving and lying moo. Drip, drip drip.

          I know little or nothing about Moore, I do know about Alldred and McConnell and your leader of the house “ I cannot support Trump at this time” Ryan.

          God bless PDJT and go Judge Moore.

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      • snarkybeach says:

        the media onslaught against Judge Moore is based on “the details” of the accusers. All weekend long, that’s all I heard, “they sound so credible” and “the stories are well-sourced.” if those facts are wrong, the narrative falls apart…

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    • sejmon says:

      Go judge Moore Go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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  27. Nchadwick says:

    Woke up this morning — later than usual – Kids off to school, husband off to work — grabbed my breakfast and coffee — ran to the computer to see what gems/tweets there are from my PRESIDENT — and sadly none yet. Not until this VERY moment – did I realize how much I look forward to his daily tweets….. then thought — wow, the left must wake up cringing every morning…


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    A World Bank International Finance Corporation (IFC) document (now scrubbed from the IFC website) proved that Gulftainer was owned in part by Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, the Emir of Sharjah, UAE. Under the Foreign Investment National Security Act of 2007 (FINSA), foreign government ownership of an acquiring entity automatically triggers a mandatory CFIUS review, regardless of whether the transaction is a purchase or a lease. Aimen Mir understood CFIUS and FINSA law and chose to ignore it, as did Treasury Secretary Jacob ‘Jack’ Lew and Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.

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  29. wheatietoo says:

    Well this could be good.

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  30. Eric Kennedy says:

    This is the chairman of the Prince William County (Virginia) school board…


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    • CorwinAmber says:

      yeah, this idiot is in my backyard and we’ve been suffering this fool NOT gladly for a couple of years…he only got in office because we had two conservatives in the last school board election who split the vote between them so Sawyers was elected with only 37% of the total vote, sigh…but he’s been running things as if he got a landslide. Now he has his sights set on the seat of Rob Wittman in the 1st Congressional District of VA and normally I would say that he has no chance, but after our recent election I’m not so sure…we conservatives have our work cut out for us

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    • who is an idiot??? How is this guy allowed to say that?

      Liked by 1 person

    • decisiontime16 says:

      Spouting mind poison to the students. Telling the young people they are “safe” here.


  31. Nchadwick says:

    Russia made enemy by US media & democrats’ – analyst on Google ‘de-ranking’ of RT

    Doing all they can to make sure NOTHING interferes w/ US PROPAGANDA — When the American Public does not trust the media and now aware of FAKE NEWS then must shut down avenues where they could get “REAL” news… ie RUSSIA

    Liked by 3 people

  32. Katherine McCoun says:

    If all of these sexual harassment scandals were supposed to break the ice to bring up charges against Trump, I would say its backfiring. The Dems and GOPe as well as Hollywood and the MSM are being shown to be hypocritical and no one left standing to criticize President Trump. Many who spoke out against him last summer are now in the hot seat themselves with complete loss of credibility. Seems there was a general culture of sexual harassment that many participated in and others covered up and others ignored or played along with.

    Also, the more smut that comes out the less drastic seems, in perspective, that President Trump was actually accused. By the time they get around to accusing President Trump again his actions will seem mild and we will be desensitized and bored of the whole idea.

    Lastly, the more we see what really goes on behind the scenes in DC & Hollywood the less farfetched Pedogate seems, at least some of it. From the behavior of many that we are now hearing about it is not such a giant leap as it seemed last year. Who would have thought serious Charlie Rose would behave the way he is being described v. the serious, thoughtful character he played on TV “news” shows? If all of this stuff proves to be true, who knows what else is being hidden and what else these same people or others are capable of?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Regina says:

      walkback efforts have begun

      Liked by 2 people

    • treehouseron says:

      I agree with all of this. Even if they completely fabricate an allegation against him, who is it really going to sway the opinion of? All of us supporters will know it’s B.S., and the people that hate him will still hate him. All they’re doing is diluting the power of it.

      I almost feel like the Dems are finally trying to clean house. If they clean house of all the perverts (which is probably half the elected officials and news media) they can run someone strong like Tulsi Gabbard and try to act like they’re the party of adults.

      They HAVE to know none of their usual suspects has a chance of winning anything, especially against Trump. Then again if they were smart they wouldn’t be liberals so who knows.

      Liked by 3 people

      • treehouseron says:

        You know, I just looked up Tulsi and she’s Hindu. Hindu is not one of the chosen religions of the Democrats (they only support athiests and muslims) and would probably be a huge flag to a lot of regular folks so now that I have that knowledge I have no concern that she’d ever get elected against Trump. They’d probably never even try it.

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  33. TwoLaine says:

    GREAT STORY, CAIR has been outed for what they are by THREE caring American females asking very simple questions. BRAVO to these ladies for SHOWING UP and STANDING UP!

    WND Exclusive
    CAIR leader refuses to denounce Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood
    But he makes it clear ‘we carry a big stick!’
    21 Nov 2017
    by Leo Hohmann

    Hat-tip to Ann Corcoran:

    St. Cloud: CAIR ham-handed program backfires
    by Ann Corcoran
    21 Nov 2017

    “We told you on Saturday that in order to hammer home the idea that Muslims are victims in the age of Trump, CAIR Minnesota held a public meeting at the St. Cloud library where they presented a panel of Japanese Americans and asked—could this happen here?

    Of course the ‘this’ is the incarceration of tens of thousands of Muslims as the Roosevelt Administration did to the Japanese in WWII.”

    Read more:

    Liked by 4 people

  34. wheatietoo says:

    Maria Bartiromo stuck up for Pres Trump and said there were no credible accusations against him for sexual harassment.

    Ooooh, the liberal MSM went nuts and attacked her.

    Liked by 8 people

  35. wheatietoo says:

    This guy always speaks his mind about what’s going on.

    Language Warning

    Liked by 4 people


    Both the MV-22 Osprey and Sikorsky CH-53 Super Stallion are loud when they’re flying; there would be no sneaking them in.

    And it is this component that I followed-up on: Did nearby residents in McLean suddenly notice a large number of loud helicopters overhead, moving toward or from the area of the CIA. The repeated answer to that question has been “Yes.”

    Many (very many) residents of McLean, VA have confirmed they found themselves hearing large numbers of loud aircraft overhead on Saturday, and that the sounds lasted more then 30 minutes!

    As far as a definitive statement from any of my former colleagues . . . . NONE of them would reveal any details about whatever is going on down there. But they did confirm to me today “something is going on.”

    I expect to have several additional contacts overnight and will again update this story if I am able to offer something more concise and verifiable.

    (read the history he had as covert itel with fbi and jailed by obama regime)
    -and G. Webb (So “marines surrounding Langley” is a metaphor for Mattis surrounds CIA.) buzzing the headquarters.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wheatietoo says:

      So I guess that did actually happen?
      There have been so many ground reports that it’s hard to believe those are all just people’s imagination.

      There was even a report of a small explosion at Langley.
      Just some sort of “training exercise” I suppose.

      Heheh. Well, whatever is going on…my money is on Gen Mattis and our Marines.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Rejuvenated says:

      Interesting- April LaJune (new name to me) posted a video on the 19th saying a MEU was at Langley. I couldn’t find anything to corroborate her and the video didn’t appear on her site. Two days later, she added a video to her site doubling down that reports were continuously coming in on Marine activity down there. I’m not sure what to think, but IF the Marines are there, it’s in good hands 😊 Semper Fi and don’t forget the Semper Fu if they get cocky!


  37. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    Liked by 6 people

  38. Dow, S&P, Nasdaq, Russel have all just hit all time highs on the news of estimated 3.8% GDP for 4th quarter.


  39. wheatietoo says:

    Heheh…yeah, remember this time last year we were wondering if Hillary was going to get a pardon.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. p'odwats says:

    With this news about John Conyers it makes m realize that the United States Congress is not a governing body as much as it’s a freaking brothel now!

    Liked by 4 people

  41. IMO says:

    Trillion Dollar Rip-Off: Social Networking is a Stolen Trade Secret

    The Evil Tech-Cartel: Weaponizing Social Media

    “Published on Nov 20, 2017Douglas Gabriel interviews Michael McKibben in PART 1 of SIX interviews. One of the largest government sponsored industrial espionage thefts of copyrights, trade secrets, and patents in modern times was the theft of scalable social networking inventions. The technology and programming code that underlie Facebook, Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and most the other large-scale social networking companies runs on Leader Technologies’ intellectual property.
    It was stolen by a group of criminal lawyers, judges, spies and bankers working with complete impunity and in total disregard for the law. Under the guise of the IBM Eclipse Foundation, James P. Chandler III (who was a national security advisor and top White House attorney) led the group of criminals who, interestingly enough, are also appearing in the news currently due to their most recently discovered crimes, along with John Podesta, Robert Mueller, Rod Rosenstein, John Breyer, James Breyer, Larry Summers, Yuri Milner, Alisher Usmanov, Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and a host of others who are not so well known.”


  42. wheatietoo says:

    Papa Lavar Ball is getting nothing but bad reviews today, for his unhinged babbling with Chris Cuomo.

    Liked by 5 people

  43. duchess01 says:

    WHITE HOUSE LIVE – 11/21/2017


    1:00 PM EST
    President Trump and The First Lady Participate in the Pardoning of the National Thanksgiving Turkey
    The White House

    Liked by 2 people

  44. dianawing says:

    reference starwars:

    Acolytes of the Beyond/first order=ofa/antifa/laraza/moveorg/blm/aclu/open border society/isis(mercenaries)/one sith

    galactic alliance=trump supporters to mostly neutral

    will the one sith(dnc) that infiltrate the senate sabotage tax reform( Ossus Project) like they did with obamacare light which was some what better then original?


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