BREAKING: Federal Judge Rules Trump HAS Authority to Appoint CFPB Director Mulvaney…

Previously, the Department of Justice, White House Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), agreed with President Trump’s authority to appoint an ‘acting director’.  The legal counsel within the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) also agreed that President Trump was well within his authority to appoint Mick Mulvaney.   However, that didn’t stop bureau employee Leandra English from filing a personal lawsuit requesting an injunction against President Trump trying to stop Director Mulvaney and install herself as director.

Federal judge Tim Kelly listened to the argument of CFPB employee Ms. English yesterday.   Judge Kelly did not make an immediate ruling.  Instead, the DOJ filed a response to the pleading (read here), and Judge Kelly scheduled a hearing for 4:00pm today.

BREAKING: Federal Judge Tim Kelly Rules In Favor Of Trump Administration:

WASHINGTON – A federal judge on Tuesday handed a win to the Trump administration in the latest fight over the scope of President Donald Trump’s authority, denying a request for an emergency order to block Trump from appointing Mick Mulvaney, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, as the acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

US District Judge Timothy Kelly, announcing his decision from the bench on Tuesday afternoon, said that Leandra English — the CFPB official suing Trump and Mulvaney and claiming to be the rightful acting director — had failed to show that she was likely to succeed in her lawsuit at this stage of the case. (read more)

White House Statement:

The Administration applauds the Courts decision, which provides further support for the Presidents rightful authority to designate Director Mulvaney as Acting Director of the CFPB. Its time for the Democrats to stop enabling this brazen political stunt by a rogue employee and allow Acting Director Mulvaney to continue the Bureaus smooth transition into an agency that truly serves to help consumers. (link)


Keep digging Mr. Mulvaney… keep digging.

The CFPB is the product of far-left progressives, specifically Elizabeth Warren, initially setting up a financial control agency that operates without congressional oversight. The Bureau construct was previously challenged in court and ruled ‘unconstitutional’.

The CFPB was essentially created to work as a legal money laundering operation for progressive causes by fining financial institutions for conduct the CFPB finds in violation of their unilateral and arbitrary rules and regulations. The CFPB then use the proceeds from the fines to fund progressive organizations and causes. That’s the underlying reason why the Democrats are fraught with anxiety right now.

Elizabeth Warren set up the bureau to operate above any oversight. Additionally, the bureau was placed under spending authority of the federal reserve. The CFPB gets its operating budget from the Federal Reserve, not from congress. Again, this was set-up to keep congress from defunding the agency as a way to remove it. Everything about the way the CFPB was structured was done to avoid any oversight. Hence, a DC circuit court finding the agency held too much power, and deemed the Directors unchecked position unconstitutional.

Mick Mulvaney is now in a position to look at the books, look at the prior records within the bureau, and expose the political agenda within it to the larger public. That is sending the progressives bananas.

Most likely President Trump will not appoint a replacement until Mulvaney has exposed the corruption within the bureau. That sunlight is toxic to Elizabeth Warren and can potentially be politically destructive to the Democrats. If the secrets within the bureau are revealed, there’s a much greater likelihood the bureau will be dissolved.

There are billions of scheme and graft at stake. Within the record-keeping there are more than likely dozens of progressive/Democrat organizations being financed by the secret enterprise that operates without oversight. That’s the risk to the SWAMP.


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461 Responses to BREAKING: Federal Judge Rules Trump HAS Authority to Appoint CFPB Director Mulvaney…

  1. Pam says:

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  2. Snapping Turtle!

    Liked by 19 people

  3. Craig Dominik says:

    This CFPB drama illuminates the Uniparty. You would think the Republicans would be extremely vocal about the Democrats using the CFPB as their own little organization to forward their agenda. However, the Republicans are essentially silent. The Republicans do not really care about the total control the Democrats have on the federal government as they are essentially “all one party”!

    Liked by 28 people

    • paulraven1 says:

      Exactly. This is a crazy good political opportunity to run this down democrats’ throats. But total silence. What utter losers. Can you imagine if a Bush holdover had sued Obama to block his appointment to a government bureau?

      Liked by 9 people

      • This is a crazy good opportunity to ram this down RINO throats.
        Even Turtle’s.

        Liked by 11 people

        • milktrader says:

          I agree, and I believe they see the writing on the wall. They will begin to bow out since they’ve made a career of folding under pressure.

          Make no mistake, Trump will apply relentless pressure. And they know it. They cannot handle it, they do not want to handle it and as a result they will leave when their number is called.

          Liked by 10 people

        • Carrie2 says:

          BlackKnight, and we can enjoy all the desperation and fears of all those using this for themselves, ie, Warren, etc. Their own big bank account to draw on. I am thinking that this department will be closed down and especially once all the criminals are running for their lives and then get rid of the Dodd Frank Act as well. Love to see those involved in this department will be resigning or removed, and all the rest exposed for milking America again!

          Liked by 3 people

    • snarkybeach says:

      those at the top are probably getting a cut to keep quiet…

      Liked by 3 people

    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      [The Republicans do not really care about the total control the Democrats have on the federal government as they are essentially “all one party”!]

      True. And the federal government is essentially a Money Laundering Operation for the politicians of both parties, The UniParty!

      Liked by 9 people

      • Founding Fathers Fan says:

        People keep complaining about the ‘uniparty’ but the incumbent RINOs keep winning their primaries with low voter turnouts. Where are all the conservatives on primary election day?


        • Blacksmith8 says:

          But here’s the rub, there was no uniparty whining until TCTH. It was only a few months ago that El Rushbo was drug on board. There has been exactly one national election with some few brave souls casting votes with knowledge of the uniparty. That was just last November. I know it feels like a decade from here. But that’s real.

          We have to keep the fire stoked high. We must keep the signal flares lit. We must put the message out with every dispatch. The battle has been joined as of yet.

          It’s going to be really ugly before it even looks like we might win it all, FOREVER MORE!

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        • Phil aka Felipe says:

          “Where are all the conservatives on primary election day?”

          Unfortunately, many of them are just simply living their lives and working and paying the freight for the freeloaders in society. They don’t see a dimes worth of difference in their choices. And, they’re mostly right.

          To turn this thing around is not going to be a quick undertaking. Thank God, He gave us Trump. But he needs reinforcements. We need to help him and pray that “all the conservatives” will wake up and make the right decisions on “primary election day”, especially in 2018 and 2020.

          I recommend this sight to offer a perspective most are not getting.

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    • StanH says:

      Their silence speaks volumes. They are complicit in the con. We must all remember trillions are at stake, and all a swamp critter cares about…is what’s in it for me?

      Liked by 8 people

    • no need to use any qualifier like “essentially”

      one “party” of thug puppets representing ONLY their globalist psychopath masters. every single one of them. period.


    • WSB says:

      The Republicans are just the weaker sex.

      Liked by 3 people

  4. It was recently discovered that Warren’s great great great grandfather was a great Cherokee warrior
    -Big Talking Bull

    Liked by 6 people

    • jbrickley says:

      Actually, it’s even juicier than that! He was John Crawford and was in the East Tennessee Mounted Infantry Volunteer Militia commanded by Brigadier General R. G. Dunlap from late 1835 to late 1836. He was a member of Major Willian Lauderdale’s Battalion, and Captain Richard E. Waterhouse’s Company. Her great great grand uncle was rounding up Cherokee on the Trail of Tears!

      Liked by 11 people

      • dayallaxeded says:

        It’s hard to like that, b/c the Trail of Tears seriously sucked and is a big blot on our national conscience, but as it applies to Fauxcahontass–hilarious! Perhaps that’s b/c she is a huge blot on our nation who also abused and took advantage of our indigenous people for personal enrichment.

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          Its easy to like that her ancestor was the exact opposite of what she has claimed. We are not condoning what he did, just laughing that it is in her family tree. She has no Indian ancestors but even more ironic has an Indian oppressor in her family tree. And, if she had not already lied probably no one would have known about Crawford.

          Liked by 6 people

        • Blacksmith8 says:

          That trail was Jackson and he was a donkey. It belongs to them. Just like every other travesty in this nation it belongs to the dhimms.

          Liked by 1 person

      • phoenixRising says:

        She’s even more of a (w)itch than I thought…

        Liked by 3 people

      • LarryInMt says:

        The indian blood in her heritage was on her great grand uncle’s boots 😉

        Liked by 10 people

  5. Katie says:

    Waiting for McCain, Flake, Jeb or Rubio to speak out in defense of Leandra English any moment now.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. Donna in Oregon says:

    No words…..can describe how joyous this feels.

    Tears rolling down my cheeks and my ribs hurt from laughing at the comments here. Thank you!!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Suncc49 says:

    My understanding is that this organization has been used like a vacuum cleaner to funnel donations to domestic NGO’s spreading anti American Democrat BS

    Liked by 7 people

  8. Wonder if Ms English and her counsel will go judge shopping? Can’t wait to see what Mr Mulvaney unravels.

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  9. TwoLaine says:


    Not tired yet!

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  10. ediegrey says:

    I’d hate to have Mick after me, he means business.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. freddiel says:

    I wonder if Ms English will bring donuts when she shows up for work tomorrow.

    Liked by 5 people

  12. deplorabledooku says:

    Aggrieved leftist English was essentially Fauxcahontas’s mini-me:
    According to this article, the totalitarian style CFPB was run out of the Federal Reserve (another out-of-reach unaccountable creature) and pandered and profitted Leftist causes in meetings held out of public/press oversight.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      The watchdog board, for example, pays 56 employees more than the $199,700 Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke receives. Federal Reserve governors get $179,700, a figure exceeded by 111 CFPB workers.

      Marygrace on the Daily thread posted the salaries at CFPB from a Washington Examiner article.

      What exactly this agency did may be in dispute, but it is not in dispute that (if these salaries are correct) the civil servants at the CFPB were extraordinarily compensated. 56 employees were paid more than the Fed Chairman. In essence these employees were paid MORE than the bosses who set their salaries. I’m sure they were doing GREAT oversight (burying bodies is more like it). The banking cartel pays well.


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  13. The Raven says:

    Trump is tugging on the drain plug.

    Liked by 12 people

  14. Vince says:

    So it looks like the president has forked Senator Warren. (A “fork” is a chess term where you put your opponent in a situation where you are attacking two of their pieces at once. Your opponent can’t save both pieces and must sacrifice one.)

    Once Mulvaney catalogues the corruption, he can present it to Congress. President Trump can ask Congress to eliminate this agency entirely.

    Win option one:
    Congress eliminates the agency.

    Win option two:
    Congress fails to eliminate it, thereby giving their blessing to unaccountable slush funds. Mulvaney operates it as normal, with the exception that the slush fund now supports MAGA.

    Liked by 10 people

  15. rumpole2 says:

    Thanks for the Chess definition of “forked”

    Down here in the antipodese …”Senator Warren forked by Trump” would be a typo 🙂

    Liked by 10 people

  16. Coast says:

    My God, did anyone read the comments on BuzzFeed?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Brant says:

    Tree dwellers……now lets not be skeered when Mulvaney doesn’t drop info next week, next month, or even early next year…….perhaps he starts “leaking” info a few weeks before the first primaries….then some more about early/mid october next year……where is that Cheshire cat…..:-)

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    • I’m hearing the Hallelujah Choir warming up in the wings of the White House.

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    • dayallaxeded says:

      I suspect the impact of Mulvaney’s admin of CFpb will be much more behind the scenes, as the effects of the KSA corruption crackdown have been, in that major sources of progzi/libtard funding will be drying up very quickly, IOUs will come due with no $ to pay them, creating mounting pressure for those on the wrong side of a deal to start squawking. Prosecutions are probably 2 years or so down the road (although PDJT and his Killahs have been able to achieve more in less than 1 year than any other POTUS in memory was able to do in 3). But it’s looking better for the mid-terms, with Demonrat support (financial, labor, humint, and data-based) in disarray and probably declining further as MAGA and the Rule of Law take away their ill-gotten advantages.

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  18. Sundance, If warren set this up who authorized it! Obama must have been on it or Hillary! Somebody gave her the go! Because congress has no authority over it!

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Wasn’t this Swamp Hidey Hole created within the Dodd-Frank legislation? Isn’t that what I read?

      Liked by 4 people

      • Q&A says:

        Yep, Sylvia…
        The CFPB was originally proposed in 2007 by Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren, taking advantage of the financial crisis of 2007–08 as an opportunity for governmental control (never let a crisis go to waste). The proposed CFPB was actively supported by Americans for Financial Reform, a newly created umbrella organization of some 250 consumer, labor, civil rights and other activist (lefty liberal, perhaps Soros) organizations.

        In July 2010, a full Democrat Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act which created the CFPB as an independent agency. In September 2010, President Obama announced the appointment of Warren as Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury for the purpose of setting up the new agency (Warren later became senator in 2013.)

        In October 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled the structure of the agency as unconstitutional yet did not halt its operations. One change the court made was that the President could remove the CFPB director for any reason and at any time during their 5 year term. Previously, the director could only be removed for cause.

        Congress has the ability to dissolve this agency via legislation, just like Obamacare. Do they have the will, even with a full Republican senate and house?

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        • If it was found as unConstitutional by the DC Circuit court, it should be halted! POTUS should be able to do that. Why does Congress have to get involved at this point.


          • Q&A says:

            POTUS can’t halt the CFPB in the sense of dissolving the agency, but he can run the agency differently; that is, the president can enforce the law in a different way.

            The Court ruled the structure of the agency was unconstitutional with its single director not being accountable to the President nor Congress, not that the agency itself was unconstitutional. The Court could have halted operations, but didn’t.

            Congress is involved because they passed the law and they can repeal the law.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I would say no, Congress doesn’t have the will to dissolve the bureau. But by the time Mick Mulvaney gets done exposing the dirt, they may change their minds.


  19. Sayit2016 says:

    You know I was thinking about what Mulvaney said….He said the consolidated power the ” Director” had over this agency actually scared him and he is a disciplined person….imagine what has gone on with zero discipline and zero oversight…….this is about to get good….. REAL good
    ; )

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  20. Brant says:

    Another good thing with this bureau is that it was entirely under POTUS 44. There can’t be any, “well what about GWB……..”.

    Liked by 15 people

  21. StanH says:

    No sh_t!

    Liked by 3 people

  22. WeThePeople2016 says:

    It feels good to finally have a judge follow the law and not legislate from the bench. We are so used to the judge shopping and the judges ruling against the President.

    Liked by 9 people

  23. MAGAbear says:

    And yet another member of the Wile E. Coyote party has a large piece of MAGA fall on top of them. It’s better than the cartoons! 😀

    Liked by 7 people

  24. Just Curious says:

    This agency has peoples that would sit and milk the cow all day, and the cow will never die or exhaust milk because we, the tax payers, all have been feeding this cow with whatever it needs so that these bureaucrats will keep on milking, and this cycle will be never broken until a good president and his appointee will try stop this endless cycle of abuse. Hopefully the cow will retire happily and these milking bureaucrats and those who have created it in the first place will end up in a very hot place where they belong in the first place.

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  25. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Well, if Mulvaney can’t single handedly shut down the agency, bureau, department or whatever it is; he can do a little downsizing, like down to a skeleton crew of half a dozen paper pushers and pencil whippers?

    Liked by 6 people

  26. iswhatitis says:

    My inner voice keeps whispering to me that this situation is a sleeper (financial bureaucracy = seemingly boring) one-of-the-biggest-wins-of-his-Presidency, not withstanding the 7 years remaining. (not sure that made sense – feels convoluted – iow it’s not a big win, it’s a YUGE WIN).

    Another thing, watching this play out has been, to me, akin to a pirate ship – she’s on the plank, walking towards the end – looking back at her pirate masters Liawatha and Clown – and they just keep encouraging her to keep walking (like some loyalty test), right out to the end of the plank. “Trust us”…

    She just walked off the end of plank.

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  27. MfM says:

    I hope Mulvaney manages to unearth someone with a conscience in that Bureau that knows where the bodies are buried and opens up the vault.

    If he doesn’t find that… maybe one of those mega well paid people will realize that they are on the road to being fired… and that if they sing they might just be shuffled off to Buffalo instead of jail.

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  28. Atticus says:


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  29. MfM says:

    I’d like to know what her excuse is for not being at work the last few days. I’d love to see her gone ASAP instead of hanging on making trouble.

    Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Leandra actually said today that she was at work yesterday and was at work today, and would be tomorrow. And then she was givien a reprimand by Mulvaney.

      Go figure…


  30. Jim says:

    That agency really must be a gigantic boondoggle with how hard the left tried to stop an outsider from getting in there.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Sylvia Avery says:

    Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It sounds so innocuous, doesn’t it? Sort of like a cross between Consumer Reports and the Better Business Bureau. What could possibly be bad or sketchy about it, right?

    One of the first things I learned about this Bureau over the last few days is they leased the building they housed themselves in from an Obama donor and have paid something like $11 million in lease money to that donor.

    Then I read that the Bureau spent (and I am making this number up because I cannot recall what it actually was except huge) something like $15 million dollars in renovations to this building to make it suitable for the Bureau’s needs which was way more money than the building itself was actually valued at which was something like $4 million bucks.

    Just reflect on that one little dollop of information for a moment. Let it sink in.

    Now, remember the furore over the Washington DC Trump Hotel being in the historic Old Post Office and how the shrieking and harping of the furies went on for weeks about the Emoluments Clause and how people would actually stay at the Trump Hotel in an attempt to curry favor with PDJT and blah fricking blah.

    But no one seems to find anything even remotely fishy about the real estate dealings around the CFPB building and lease? SMH.

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  32. PatriotGalNC says:

    They are all in on it. This is why the silence of the Republican-Uniparty people and most certainly, the Democrats. It is a club. Sundance has instructed us. With the upcoming “I’m not seeking re-election” from a couple of the “Hispanic” representatives, and others… We The People are watching the very S-L-O-W pulling back of the curtain. The rats are jumping the ship, and they are looking in the mirror right now as to how to explain all this to their families. It won’t be just a case of ‘Hey, I am done with having an important high-level job in civil service’—It is more like, ‘I need to quit shuffling and deal by getting out of here, before I lose everything”

    Yes, folks… Not only have We The People been trusting, and contributing to our Blessed Country..working hard, putting our heads down, and knowing that politicians will be politicians, etc., and taxes are part of our lives, (again…etc.) Now We Know. Not only have We The People (WTP) been footing and paying taxes, but WTP have been outright stolen from. The Uniparty has bankrupted us, in favor of lining their various homes, possessions, and as it turns out, their beds with our hard earned money, that we paid our taxes in In Good Faith.

    We are very interested in watching the roaches run for the baseboards, as our President Trump cuts on the kitchen light.

    May God bless him, his administration, his family, and everyone helping to right this ship that is America.

    These professional thieves, liars, TRAITORS, need to be tarred and feathered!

    And I don’t give a damn how old Conyears is.

    Liked by 5 people

    • kiskiminetas says:

      These words from scripture apply to the corrupt swamp dwellers in DC and throughout our beloved country:

      “They are clouds without water, carried about by the winds; late autumn trees without fruit, twice dead, pulled up by the roots; raging waves of the sea, foaming up their own shame; wandering stars for whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever…. These are grumblers, complainers, walking according to their own lusts; and they mouth great swelling words, flattering people to gain advantage…”


  33. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Law firm that launched the suit for Mz. English has stated that she is not paying their fees as some anonymous third party is footing the bill.

    Liked by 5 people

  34. Vince says:

    President Trump: “Good morning Congresswoman Pelosi, Senator Schumer, Senator Warren. What can I do for you?”

    Pelosi: “We have a bill submitted to dismantle the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, since you’re using it as a slush fund for causes you support.”

    President Trump: “So?”

    Pelosi: “We liked it better when it was a slush fund for causes WE support.”

    President Trump: “Ok, how much do you want it repealed?”

    Warren: “What do you mean?”

    Congressman David Brat: “Clip”

    Pelosi: “What was that?”

    Congressman David Brat: “That was my stapler. I added an amendment to your bill to repeal the CFPB. Now it will be the “Repeal CFTB and ObamaCare Act of 2018.”

    Schumer: “Aaargh! You can’t do that!”

    President Trump: “As I said, Senator, how MUCH do you want it repealed?”

    Roy Moore: “Clip”

    Pelosi: “Roy Moore? What are you doing here?”

    Senator Moore: “That’s Senator Roy Moore to you, Congresswoman. I just stapled an amendment onto your bill. Now its the Repeal CFTB, Obamacare, and fund the Southern Wall Act of 2018.”

    Warren: “Ack…..Ack!”

    Schumer: “Breath, Senator! Wait a minute Mr. President! You didn’t even like the CFTB!”

    President Trump: “I like it a lot more now that Mulvaney is in charge of it. We can fund a lot of MAGA with this slush fund.”

    Pelosi, Warren, Schumer: “Ok Mr. President, you win. We’ll vote for it.”

    …And that is how President Trump made America Great again.

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    • WSB says:

      /sarc, I assume…thanks, Vince!


    • iswhatitis says:

      Interesting take; highlighting how it could be a strong negotiating tool.


      The concept itself is basically a foot-in-the-door totalitarian construct. It CANNOT be allowed to remain as is. There CANNOT be a precedent that these types of unaccountable fiefdoms can exist in our government! (Additional new ones would follow – guaranteed).

      So even if used as a bargaining chip – it also MUST BE NEUTERED (if not completely dismantled).


  35. jeans2nd says:

    Ah, yes. Under the power of the Fed.
    Enter Jerome Powell.

    Today – “The Latest: Fed chair nominee Powell’s confirmation hearing”
    “several senators suggested that Powell will have no trouble winning confirmation”

    “Jerome Powell says the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law achieved its major goal of making the financial system stronger. But he says there are areas where it can be made more efficient.”

    “Powell says he believes financial system reforms have been successful: no bank is too big to fail now. But he says that in some ways, the law has imposed unnecessary burdens on banks.”

    “He says he does not view what he wants to do as deregulation. Rather, he hopes to review the last eight years and ensure that all of the new regulations put in place to implement the Dodd-Frank law made sense and were cost efficient. Powell has suggested in the past that loosening the restrictions imposed on smaller banks made sense.”

    The Fed/CFPB as we know it may not remain. We shall see…

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  36. Marica says:

    To Quote President Trump…They call her Pocahantas!

    Liked by 2 people

  37. DeWalt says:

    Now that the spicket is shutting off, wonder if we’ll see less paid protesters. If the numbers dwindle we’ll know where the funding came from.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Brant says:

    If I can put a bit about Luis Guitierrez here. Also goes a bit with the John Conyers issue. When bombastic and “We are really going to do stuff when we get in power.” starting “disappearing”…….. John Conyers is Judiciary Ranking member. He and how many others have been salivating to get their talons in stuff. If/when they start leaving after years, nay decades, of patiently waiting…….something huge is going on regardless of the way the media, lefty blogs, and democrats try to spin it.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Here’s how YTG is hoping it plays out.

      First, there was a story in the Atlanta paper years ago
      about State Representatives that had poor attendance
      records. One name was cited above and beyond all

      “Wikipedia:Walter Ronnie Sailor, Junior”.

      (Read the articles underneath, also).

      There was a reason that junior wasn’t showing
      up to vote. The feds had basically told him he
      couldn’t. I’m crossing my fingers that we see
      some similar attendance/voting issues coming
      up. Out of the blue. For some former heavy hitters.


    • WSB says:

      Great point, Brant!


  39. Phil aka Felipe says:


    Liked by 1 person

  40. Ace says:

    Trump absolutely destroys Lieawatha, then mocks her to her face.
    These are the best of times!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      A Navajo code talker at the ceremony, Thomas Begay, was at first puzzled by the president’s statement because he wasn’t aware of the Senator’s claims. He went on to say that “The Marines made us yell ‘Geronimo’ when we jumped out of planes and that didn’t offend me either.” Tough cookies those WWII vets!


  41. sundance says:

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  42. Maquis says:

    Mega-Don and MAGA Mick for the WIN!



  43. Maquis says:

    I really am looking forwards to more of tbe pathetic saga of the “Rogue Employee” PDJT referenced. I see wonderful things in her future, for us, that is.


  44. Dougger says:

    “progressives” is too nice…they are leftists!


  45. safvetblog says:

    Can anyone find a written opinion or judgement/order in this case? DC District court website doesn’t have one that I can find..


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