November 23rd – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #308

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587 Responses to November 23rd – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #308

  1. waltherppk says:

    While counting my blessings …..

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  2. JM Covfefe says:

    Bedtime, night tree peps. Turkeys to cook, blood to tolerate. Much love to you all. GN and Happy Thanksgiving.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. citizen817 says:

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    • daughnworks247 says:

      Kristol’s roasting was glorious.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Howie says:

      Another Compassionate Communist.

      Liked by 12 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Katherine McCoun – distinguished Treeper has researched Kristol and his father/grandfather and lays it all out in an excellent comment here:

      It boils down to this: NeoCon is really NeoCom (communist).

      Liked by 19 people

      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I am a little late this morning. Just reading through the thread and clicked the link to gateau curios to read what was being said. Wow! Perfect timing in light of what I had come to understand about one cons! If anyone goes back to read that comment please read what others wrote too as there was much additional insight added.

        Will read more in a few days but this really helped me understand how we got to a uniparty from two parties and why the Dems and GOPe aren’t really that different save a few social issues. All about control, massive control, and deep state and CIA.

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    • Charlie says:

      Reading comments made a great start to the day! When will we hear “inner liberal” coming from bushy’s mouth?


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    • joninmd22 says:

      He’s just admitting what anyone with an IQ over 75 always knew.


    • Bill Kristol’s tweet is an excellent example of SJW thinking.

      “The Never Trump freak show tweeted, ‘The GOP tax bill’s bringing out my inner socialist. The sex scandals are bringing out my inner feminist. Donald Trump and Roy Moore are bringing out my inner liberal. WHAT IS HAPPENING?’”

      It is all EMOTION, zero facts. This is how SJWs think, and how they debate.

      Most of the roast was great, to us, being filled with facts. But that’s not how to debate an SJW. To hit them hard and shut them up you have to speak their language and respond on the EMOTIONAL level. Drop their jaw. Facts are not important.

      The best response is the articles list one:

      “We already knew you were a liberal socialist freak show. Thanks for playing.”

      Seriously, SJWs do not heat and process facts. They are not about truth, but social standing and their warped beliefs aka their constantly evolving Narrative.

      You want to roast an SJW, and Bill Kristol is definitely a pure SJW, laugh and spank them into embarrassed silence.

      Have a Happy Cofveve Thanksgiving!


  4. Humble Soul says:

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  5. waltherppk says:

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    • wtd says:

      Multiple Crusades which drained the Church’s coffers of valuable blood and treasure were a direct result of centuries application of the Islamic strategy to divide and conquer. Kaepernick’s embrace of Islam through his girlfriend’s influence has the same effect upon the NFL. Insert appropriate quote from George Santayana about those who refuse to learn their history are doomed to repeat it.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      These illiterate football players are obviously not thankful for much.
      There needs to at least be a hefty fine for disrespecting America.
      Take a knee, and a 500 thousand dollar fine seems appropriate for each time that it happens.


    • Yippeekiyay says:

      Yes in deed waltherppk. I am very grateful for our President Trump and our lovely First Lady. Happy Thanksgiving to Sundance and to all of the wonderful people here who have dedicated their time and efforts to MAGA! Love you all.

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  6. Humble Soul says:

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  7. JohnP says:

    Once in a lifetime encounter. Janesville deer hunter decided that the young buck was too small.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. wheatietoo says:

    Obama’s people are so desperate to keep their ‘Net Neutrality’ in place…they’re already talking about using a judge to force the Trump administration into keeping it.

    Hmm…why is that?

    From the article:

    The man who coined the term “net neutrality,” Columbia Law School professor Tim Wu, believes the Obama-era Internet regulations that the Trump administration is poised to strike down can be saved by the legal system.
    “In our times, the judiciary has increasingly become a majoritarian force,” Wu wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times. “It alone, it seems, can prevent narrow, self-interested factions from getting the government to serve unseemly and even shameful ends. And so it falls to the judiciary to stop this latest travesty.”

    The problem facing the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission, which will vote on net neutrality next month, is whether it can properly justify the drastic swerve in federal policy, according to Wu.

    “As the Supreme Court has said, a federal agency must ‘examine the relevant data and articulate a satisfactory explanation for its action,'” Wu wrote. “Given that net neutrality rules have been a huge success by most measures, the justification for killing them would have to be very strong.”
    He added: “It isn’t. In fact, it’s very weak.”

    The net neutrality regulations prevent Internet service providers like Verizon and AT&T from charging more for certain services, like Netflix for example, and blocks them from slowing down or speeding up content, which consumer advocates warn could be used by these ISPs to give their own content preferential treatment.

    FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has long argued that repealing net neutrality will be good for business innovation and will reverse what he saw a government overreach when the then-Democrat-led FCC voted in 2015 to reclassify broadband Internet as a common carrier under Title II subject to regulation by the agency. Pai’s plan would see enforcement responsibility shifted to the Federal Trade Commission.

    Wu has previously testified that antitrust agencies such as the FTC were too limited in scope to oversee the Internet and said in his op-ed that Pai’s argument that Internet companies need a better investment return to promote innovation is an insufficient one because some data has shown an increase in Internet investments since 2015.

    The “more serious legal problem” Pai faces, Wu added, is explaining why net neutrality needs to be dismantled completely as opposed to having it simply weakened.
    “This will be a difficult task. What has changed since 2004 that now makes the blocking or throttling of competitors not a problem?”, Wu wrote, referring to the year that then-FCC Chairman Michael Powell laid out the principles for “freedom” on the Internet.

    “The evidence points strongly in the opposite direction: There is a long history of anticompetitive throttling and blocking — often concealed — that the F.C.C. has had to stop to preserve the health of the internet economy,” Wu wrote, echoing concerns by Internet advocates and Internet giants like Google and Netflix.

    American consumers are also not on the Pai’s side, Wu noted, following another active public comment period.
    “Telecommunications policy does not always attract public attention, but net neutrality does, and polls indicate that 76 percent of Americans support it,” Wu wrote. “The F.C.C., in short, is on the wrong side of the democratic majority.”

    A study reported in August showed that 98.5 percent of unique user comments opposed Pai’s plan to undo net neutrality during the open comment period. However, it was reported that the FCC only considered comments with a serious legal argument and didn’t pay much mind to peoples’ opinions.’

    From me:

    If Google wants it…then how can it be good?

    Since O’s administration changed the designation of the Internet to “Common Carrier” in 2015, we have seen rampant discrimination against Conservatives…and favorable treatment given to all things liberal, progressive and Democrat.

    While it is under the jurisdiction of the FCC, as Obama wanted it…it can get cover under ‘freedom of speech’, right?

    But if it is under the jurisdiction of the FTC, as Trump’s guy wants…then it will be under ‘unfair trade practices’ rules.

    We saw how a Baker was penalized for refusing to bake a same-sex wedding cake.
    It was deemed ‘discrimination’.

    When Google, Twitter and Fakebook discriminate against Conservatives…if they were under the FTC, then I think they would be guilty of the same ‘unfair trade practices’ that punished the Baker.

    I could be wrong.
    Just trying to figure this out.
    Please feel free to correct me.

    Liked by 6 people

    • citizen817 says:

      Why, you ask?
      To shut down President Trump, of course!

      Liked by 3 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        I think that Obama used the term ‘net neutrality’ in an Orwellian opposite-speak way.

        We haven’t gotten ‘neutrality’ from these Internet Giants.
        Just the opposite, really.
        Since they put the Internet under the FCC, things have gotten worse, not better.

        Julian Assange may not understand what Trump’s guy is wanting to do.

        Consumers would get greater protections…and real ‘net neutrality’…if the Internet were under the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission.

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        • Oldschool says:

          This issue continues to confuse me and by default, anything o did that Trump wants to reverse gets my vote, but I would certainly like to hear more from the Assange perspective. He is THE expert in communication and I seriously doubt that he doesn’t “understand what Trump’s guy is trying to do”.

          I wish we had a real media informing us on these polcies that affect all of us. Or a justice system that actually upheld laws.

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        • keep government out of Internet regulation
          damn coppers r everywhere – yous can’t breath

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Absolutely correct. The throttling of the Truth and manipulation of the Internet will be total if the Internet is de-regulated. The swine in the big providers have every intention of charging us more fees for less freedom and choice and swift usage.

        When has any communications corporation done anything good for the consumer.

        We don’t even have world class systems in wireless. South Korea has superior systems.

        If you believe in miracles, then you believe ISPs will deliver better for less because of “competition” and the “magic of the marketplace’.

        Total Delusion.

        There is no Freedom in a purely Free Market. There is Dominance and Exploitation.
        All markets require some regulation to protect the public.
        Just look at the drool on the mouths of the Owners of the Internet. They know the feast is coming.

        The Internet is now as important as Milk is to infants and children. And we have had regulations for that commodity for a century.


    • Chuck says:

      FTA “98.5 percent of unique user comments”…… Seriously? This makes something on the internet valid??

      Also, IIRC the Federal Election Committee has input in net neutrality regulations. Why would O have them involved? just asking……..

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      • RAC says:

        Thank you for those links, they contained a really good explanation in a way I could understand.
        No wonder obama the communist wanted net neutrality, and no wonder it had such a deceptive name, oh he was the great deceiver after all.

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        • Remington says:

          BO was the SECOND great deceiver…but a close second


        • piper567 says:

          repsort…THANK you!!
          I have been following this issue on T_D for a week…posts are generally bannered: URGENT, and it has helped with the seeming confusion. (For those who may think T_D is a joke, please see georgia’s copy upthread.)
          The Left has stolen language, and this is a perfect example of this theft.
          repsort’s links are nice and economical.
          We are correct in believing that Trumpfolk know what they are doing here.
          T_D has stressed, in many thousands of comments, that support for what this policy SOUNDS like it is a no-brainer…But this policy is NOT what it sounds like.

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        • piper567 says:

          This policy is the other side of ozero allowing propaganda to be a legitimate tool of our msm, period.
          And “they” call us Nazi’s!

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    • Hmm, when during the hurricane when I went over my limit on my “unlimited plan” I got a message from the provider stating they was slowing my bandwidth. I guess the net neutrality law did not apply to me.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      NET NEUTRALITY is about controlling any threats to FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, APPLE…it’s about stopping innovation in the tech industry…These behemoths are do not want competition…think about it…how hard is it to offer storage capacity and a link??? They all use the same infrastructure which is free! One competitor could come out of “anywhere” but not with NET NEUTRALITY.

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    • alligatriot says:

      Net Neutrality > Proposed by Democrats at the behest of social internet companies > Implemented by Obama > Changed internet usage to a “utility” > Smoke and mirrors (“Trust us. We’re from the government. We’re here to help you.”)

      If all of the above does not seem like a good idea, congratulations, you might be a deplorable!

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Government control over utilities can, ultimately, be fascism.

        Two state parks in Georgia have ruins of former local based
        power generating stations. Supplied the local area. Both
        bought up and shut down during the late 50s, early 60s by
        the giant Georgia Power, part of the larger behemoth
        The Southern Company.

        Wonder what type of local autonomy High falls and Comer,
        Georgia would have retained, had they kept their power
        plant? Go to High Falls and Watson Mill Bridge if you are
        in Georgia sometime. Wonder how things would have
        progressed if they were allowed to keep their own generating

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    • Dixie says:

      After reading most of the comments about this net neutrality, I think I can break it down pretty simply.

      If Obama wanted it, then I’m against it.


      “In our times, the judiciary has increasingly become a majoritarian force,” Wu wrote in an op-ed for the New York Times. “It alone, it seems, can prevent narrow, self-interested factions from getting the government to serve unseemly and even shameful ends. And so it falls to the judiciary to stop this latest travesty.”

      We didn’t ELECT the members of the judiciary to oversee anything but law and order and they can’t even do that correctly.


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  9. citizen817 says:

    Of all the lobbyist money paid to Congress, my gut says a very healthy chunk is given by health insurers

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  10. Homesteader says:

    Thanksgiving Dinner for us will be with forty other folks at a community dinner in a rural township in Ohio. We’re bringing the cornbread sausage stuffing and pumpkin pie from the heirloom organics we grew this year.

    “First I give thanks to my God, through Jesus Christ, for you all, because your faith is spoken of in the whole world.”

    🦃 Happy Thanksgiving, Treepers! 🦃

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  11. Dora says:

    I don’t know if this bothers the president, but it annoys the hell out of me.


    Trump Organization Bought Out of Its Contract for Trump SoHo
    Transition is scheduled for completion by the end of the year
    Owner of Trump hotel in Toronto canceled its contract in June

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  12. citizen817 says:

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  13. Katie says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I am very thankful I have found this site this past year and got myself away from Breitbart. The things I have learned in just the few months I have been here astound me.

    I’m extremely curious about NFL ratings today. Watching football on Thanksgiving is a stout tradition for a ton of American families.

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  15. paulraven1 says:

    The Left never sleeps, never rests in their heartless quest for power and subjugation of others. They resent Thanksgiving and our thanks to those we thank. I’m thankful for the consciousness to understand the Left and never to be fooled by them. And I hope and pray that Donald Trump can find new ways to expose, overcome and humiliate them, and eternally thankful to him for doing so.

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    • Paul you are so correct. Evil does not take Thanksgiving off!
      Trump, my fellow treepers and Sundance is bringing truth and justice to PC, and I am very thankful and optimistic for that.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Dog walking Thanksgiving moment:
        PC has essentially acheived the following over the
        It’s hijacked the concept of shame. And flipped it.

        Can’t criticize or shame promiscuity. Can make people
        look like dopes for being virgins before marriage.

        Can’t say anything against the homosexual lifestyle.
        Can say persons are nazis if they do. Make them lose
        their jobs.

        If a given large group has high links to criminal activity,
        drug dealing, rape, creating disruption and squalor
        they can’t be criticized. It’s important that the group is
        dissimilar to the prior residents of an area.

        That way, anyone criticizing the “new” residents and
        their problematic behaviors, can be silenced. Rather
        then risk the shame of being called bigots.

        Many other examples exist, but YTG is helping out with
        getting the table ready. Happy Thanksgiving.

        I’m giving silent thanks for the awakening of the Average

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  16. Dora says:

    I would tell them all to starve, but I don’t want to sound cruel.

    Liked by 7 people

  17. waltherppk says:

    In the year 1622 after the first Thanksgiving, 347 Pilgrims were killed by Powhatan Indians.

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  18. Dora says:

    I could cry when I see what’s happening to the beautiful State of California.


    Homeless people defecating on LA streets fuels horror hepatitis outbreak

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    • The only thing worse than frittering away a promising future,is destroying someone else’s potential. In the case of California, a critical mass of village geniuses coming together and working 24/7 to inflict a collection of catastrophes on the populace. Then propose even worse solutions to address the self made problems. The result, destruction of a once great state, eliminating a promising future not just for a few but for generations, and sticking the federal government with the bill for eventually setting the situation right. Thankfully with PDJT and a more attentive federal government, this moonbatary may be averted before it becomes a more costly problem.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      San Diego was struck by this health menace several months ago.

      Once was a very conservative stronghold. Went Liberal. Went to Hell.

      Liked by 3 people

  19. I just heard on the news that the cost of Thanksgiving Is down for the first time in years due to the cost of turkey. This makes me think of the article a day or two ago about the price of consumable goods going down. It’s pretty neat to think that more people can afford to have a Thanksgiving this year.

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    • Two-Cent Woman says:

      .29/lb in my neck of the woods this year. Freezer is well stocked with 5 of them. The early Obama years were around .59/lb and later .79-.89/lb. I was delightfully shocked to see this year’s price.

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  21. Copied from FB – kind of long but, IMO, worth the read – explains why Moore was at the mall hanging out with “kids”:

    “Friends, we wanted to share with you a beautiful tribute to Judge Roy Moore’s character – written by his niece, Jamie Ryan, who posted the following on Facebook this morning.”

    “I have debated posting for a while. I generally do not get involved in Facebook drama, Facebook politics, or Facebook rants. I usually just use it for my business and to connect with long-distance family and friends. However, lately, I have found it near impossible to ignore. You see, the man most of you are so easily bashing, belittling, accusing, and slandering is my uncle.

    “He’s not a distant uncle that I never see or talk to. He’s the man who, when his father, who who passed away at age 49 told his oldest son to always take care of his mom and sisters (including my mom, Toni, who was 8 at the time of her father’s death), never left them – always living very close. He’s the man who calls his mother everyday and sees her almost every day. He’s the man who tried to fill in as a father figure to his siblings since they were left without one. He’s the man who took his younger sister – twelve years his junior – and her friends to the mall so they could hang with their friends – but was too protective to just leave them so he hung out there, waiting on them to finish. He’s the man who took his youngest sister on his first date with his now wife because he wanted her to love his family.

    “He’s the man who, even in the midst of this awful attack on his character and his family, still answers the phone when I call and says, ‘Hey, Jamie amie!’ He’s the one who hears my son talking and stops his busy world to tell him to be good to his mom, tells him how smart he is, and tells him how much he loves him. He’s the man who stayed with my mom and me and my brother and sister because she was scared and my dad worked out of town. He’s the man who brought his dates to meet me.

    “He’s the man who has always been a perfect gentleman and taught all of his nieces what to require in a husband. He is the man who married me to my husband – teaching us the Godly way to be husband and wife and to always put God first in our marriage – and it will last. He’s the one who loves us despite our faults. He’s the man who puts his life on hold for his family. He’s the one who has always taught us about the Bible and Jesus even when no one else was looking. He taught us to put God above everything in our lives and to never stop serving him no matter how bad the persecution was.

    “You see, this man is so much more than any reporter could ever know. He is so much more than the media would want you to believe. In my 38 plus years on this earth, he has never been anything short of an amazing, God-fearing man. He has always had the Ten Commandments hanging in his house and his home office, so we all knew them and obeyed them. He’s my FAMILY and I love him so. I have always been okay with people not agreeing with his and my political stance but I CAN NOT be ok with an attack on his character.

    “So please, the next time you are blasting on Facebook about something that you have heard and have no proof of, please remember that this is a man, a husband, a father, a son, a brother, an uncle, and a cousin. He is loved by many and you hurt each and everyone of us by the horrible things you say. Please just block me from your negative posts or delete me as your friend but don’t expect this strong family to keep quiet during all of this.”

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  22. Happy Thanksgiving, Treepers! Enjoy the day with your families and friends.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. youme says:

    If you’re a republican having thanksgiving dinner with your democrat family, as you go around the table saying what you’re thankful for, I highly encourage you to say “the electoral college.”

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  24. wheatietoo says:

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  25. wheatietoo says:

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  26. “Thank you” to Treepers and SD for keeping me awake most of the nights! reading here and enjoying it!

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  27. message from WH!

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  28. StanH says:

    We all have so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving we have President Donald J. Trump and the Hildabeast and her evil horde are left seething in their new station as exposed leftist rejects of America. We finally after decades of cultural rot given to us by 60’s – 70’s counter culturist, and their “if it feels good do it” attitudes the much awaited push back by the silent majority. As we soldier on, we must understand that these leftist miscreants will not go quietly into their goodnight, if they have to evoke a civil war to keep their power they will, they care not a whit about you or I. Keep the faith, God first and the rest will follow. Everything that is great about America is an anathema to a cultural Marxist, therefore we must hold the USA even higher. Fight the MSM, Universities/education, entrenched government bureaucracies, and that that entails. God Bless America and God Bless President Donald J. Trump.


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  29. so stupid of GQ! They hate POTUS and us the depolrables!


    • G. Combs says:

      GEE, Seems the counter to that advice is if you have a diehard commies as a kids, invite them over and then go out to dinner with friends leaving the house dark and locked.

      If they decided to be A*** holes, I would certainly invite them to LEAVE NOW.

      It is about time we stopped allowing the Communists Useful idiots to bully us, even if they are our own kids.

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    • keebler AC says:

      It’s ironical because GQ and their liberal followers would rather live in China or something, where theft is a nothingburger if you have $100,000 to spare to get out of jail. /S


  30. CaptainNonno says:

    So much to be thankful for:
    Our Constitution
    Our President and Administration
    Our brave military
    God’s blessing on me and mine
    CTH, Sundance and the wonderful treepers

    Thank you

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Wow, that Podesta art collection is some very disturbing stuff. Demons raping children. These people do need to be fully exposed. I was going to look it up, but I don’t want to click on any site that has that crap. However, it does look like there is quite a bit out there about it.
      Suspicious cat has a cameo in this edition of Froglegs.

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  31. duchess01 says:

    In All the Talk about Clinton’s Uranium One Deal, Why Is No One Talking About the Malheur Documents Found by the Bundys?
    Posted on November 22, 2017 by Admin

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      • Watcher says:

        There are two phases of the U1 scheme. The first phase started during the Clinton administration, declaring national monuments (land grabs). None by Bush, than Obama hooked up with hildabeast and continued the monument scheme. The environmentalists thought that it was the greatest thing that could happen and were used to promote it.

        The second phase was a zero and select cabinet members to sell the mineral mining rights that the government now owned. Hence U1 and others probably domestically that we don’t know about. The greed drove zero and hildabeast to go to foreign money and we found out about it.
        The Bundy family, Hammond family, and Finicum family all suffered exposing the corruption. We may never know all the rats that it took to pull this colossal caper off, but the number has to be high. From the lower blm supervisor, local and state politicians, to the highest executive, legislative, and judicial branches of our government.

        The 2 phases should warrant 2 investigations and 2 criminal prosecutions.
        Stealing the merchandise and then fencing it.
        The environmentalists can bring their own charges for being played.

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  32. Bull Durham says:

    I am thankful for the lively clash of ideas and the shared ideals and values here at the CTH.
    We have traveled an extraordinary historical journey in search of MAGA.
    Most importantly we prayed together in an act of community and patriotism.
    Our love of country and fellow citizens is profound.
    God bless all the treepers and thank you all.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    We have much to be grateful for. DJT and his family the most evident.

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  33. BakoCarl says:

    This morning I am thinking about what a positive difference the Trump First Family has made in the White House.

    I hope I can get through this without showing too much rancor toward the former White House inhabitants.

    El Bozo, while always appropriately dressed (although I am not a fan of the mommy pants metrosexual styles), always exuded an air of “Look at me. Don’t I look fine? I think I do, and am enjoying myself wonderfully.” Everything he said seemed artificial, as though it was said to portray something that wasn’t exactly so – not honest communication – sort of an air of polished deception.

    Mooch wore articles of clothing from her Trailer Trash collection far too often, and I still have that Aunt Jemima outfit when greeting the Trumps at the White House burned indelibly into my memory. Far too often, she wore a scowl of utter hatred on her face for something that displeased her.

    In stark contrast, I see President Trump, always dressed appropriately, speaking openly and honestly, without pretense, and certainly without the obvious Narcissism displayed by Obozo. When he shows emotion, whether displeasure or happiness, you can see he means it. So refreshing!

    And Melania . . . appropriately dressed? . . . inspirationally dressed, bringing dignity and class back to the office of the First Lady. And when she’s with children, there is an obvious combination of kindness and delight that spreads across her face. She’s an absolute delight to behold.

    And Barron . . . still just a boy of 11 doing through a huge growth spurt . . . though I’d like to see him smiling and obviously enjoying himself more often, he has got to be an inspiration to kids everywhere.

    I’m thankful for that on this Thanksgiving Day.

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  34. lizzieintexas says:

    Mom of Ex-Football Player Jailed in China to LaVar Ball: ‘Grow Up and Be a Man’
    The heartsick mother of a former star football player jailed in China has lashed out at LaVar Ball, the father of one of three UCLA basketball players just freed from the communist nation, saying Ball is an ingrate for refusing to praise President Donald Trump with helping with their release.

    “My reaction is, this man must seek attention,” Antoinette Brown told Bill Tucker and Nan Hayworth on Tuesday on Newsmax TV’s “Newsmax Now.” “He can’t say our president did not play a role in helping those young men get released after clearly committing a crime in China.

    “Just being thankful that the president did step up for them and release them because things could be a lot worse. They could be going through what I’m going through with my son being clearly innocent and still detained. It’s just sad.”
    There is a video at the link. Very good interview (imo).

    Liked by 7 people

    • keebler AC says:

      China can do an exchange with LaVar, send the ingrate back and let his father deal with China the way he said he could. The link says China would accept $100,000 for freedom.


  35. NJF says:


    Given to FBI on Tuesday.

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  36. citizen817 says:

    New Intellectual Froglegs

    Liked by 3 people

  37. joshua says:

    Happy Thanksgiving today….flying the American flag at home….MAGA

    Friday morning breakfast for all.

    Liked by 3 people

  38. Pam says:

    Some of you may have seen the video I posted yesterday where in a section of it, Mark Taylor talked about the Hurricane Harvey benefit where all of the five former living presidents were present and that basically it was an event designed to bash POTUS. For those that are curious, this video will show one of the photos from the benefit with all five of them with Lady Gaga in the photo. The prophecy is pretty chilling.

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