December 7th – 2017 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #322

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  1. citizen817 says:

    Trump Retweet

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  3. Interesting article on the muslim brotherhood especially since many believe they have infiltrated our government.
    https://pjmedia.com/homeland-security/moderate-muslim-brotherhood-declares-us-enemy-arab-world-trump-embassy-announcement/

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    • WSB says:

      They fell for it! Now we can declare war on them, on CAIR, REMOVE ALL OF Barry’s friends in government, and be rid of Andre and Ellison. Perfect timing if Ellison was expecting to be installed in Franken’s Senate seat.

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      • Saudi Arabia’s new King is starting to show his true colors. I thought his “moderating” stance on Islam was too good to be true.

        Contentious language coming from there:

        “The Saudi Royal Court issued a statement saying that the kingdom followed “with deep sorrow” Trump’s decision and warned of “dangerous consequences of moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.”

        “Saudi Arabia also said the move represents “a big step back in efforts to advance the peace process” and said it was “a violation of the U.S. Neutral position regarding Jerusalem”.

        https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2017-12-06/saudi-arabia-condemns-trump-decision-to-recognize-jerusalem-as-capital-of-israel

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        • WSB says:

          Most likely for domestic consumption, although we should never trust anything The KSA does. PT has been prepping all parties for months, so I would expect since he has often spoken about this, they have been aware.

          I guess, we’ll see.

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        • citizen817 says:

          So what?.IMO, the Saudis have much payback coming their way, eventually.
          911 is still very fresh in my mind.

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          • Same here and I don’t care what they think but I was just making a point that their new position of being more “moderate” with Islam is a joke. Muslims go absolutely ballistic when anything involving Israel is acknowledged for Jewish people.

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            • Here’s an interesting article from last month:

              “Notwithstanding the above, Israel and American Jews must proceed cautiously with their coronation of the Saudis as reliable allies. History has proven that in the Middle East, the enemy of your enemy — in this case, Iran — is not necessarily your friend.”

              “The Economist reported last month that Prince Salman has been reaching out to Iranian allies and speculated that genuine Sunni- Shiite rapprochement was on the way. The report spoke of a “grand bargain” between Saudi Arabia and Iran, in which the Saudis would accept Iranian domination of Syria in return for a free hand in the Gulf states.”

              https://www.algemeiner.com/2017/11/03/dont-be-so-quick-to-trust-saudi-arabia/

              We can never forget about Taqiyya.

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          • chicagodeplorable says:

            Las Vegas is also on my mind.i

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            • mariner says:

              And it should remain so, but if assassination suspicions are borne out, that massacre can hardly be laid at the Saudis’ doorstep.

              That would be like saying it’s Crown Prince Mohammed’s fault someone tried to kill him.

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        • Chickficshun says:

          Perhaps. But a public annoucement is for PR. What was said behind the closed door? The arab region can’t be seen as knowing about this. I must believe PDT had given them a heads up.

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          • I absolutely believe Saudi Arabia was notified, but it would be interesting to know if their public announcement was different than what was said behind closed doors. In addition, it would be nice to know the truth about Saudia Arabia’s Israel policy in terms of being a Jewish State.

            This was interesting, “Saudi Arabia’s Policy to Middle East Peace Process”

            “From the very beginning, Saudi Arabia has supported and defended the Palestinian cause and continues to do so, right up to the present day.”

            http://saudinf.com/main/x003.htm

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          • I think it was stated on Fox at some point that he had spoken to SA, Jordan, Egypt, among others in the ME, about moving our embassy.

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        • mariner says:

          You may be right, but I’m not sure.

          Remember that as Custodians of the Two Holy Mosques, Saudi Arabia is officially the worldwide leader of Islam.

          Recently their pivot away from Wahhabism and toward a more moderate Islam happened in the blink of an eye, and many Muslims have not yet received the word–much less are they ready to make the changes themselves.

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          • mariner says:

            Even if Saudi Arabia frowns on Trump’s move, that doesn’t mean they won’t accept it.

            It just means they need to make noise about it first.

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            • H.R. says:

              Oh, they must, they must!

              And I don’t think we’ve heard the last of the noise. But as posited above by others, it’s for internal consumption and we’ll be seeing the Saudi version of Kabuki theater until the outrage from the Saudi citizens fades away.

              It will take longer to fade than in the U.S. as many Arabs seem to be able to hold a grudge for a couple of thousand years.

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        • joninmd22 says:

          The Kingdm will eat it and like it as they don’t want Iran to be the dominant power in the Middle East.

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        • Kintbury54 says:

          It is beyond the imagination that he was not informed way ahead of the move by Trump. This is for his domestic audience and he will continue to cooperate with Israel on many fronts because it is in his best interests to do so.

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  4. kroesus says:

    PDJT we at the CTH are proud to support your efforts and lovingly applaud your tactics…..keep it up and keep on doing what you are doing

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  11. TexasRanger says:

    Trump White House Weighing Plans For Private Spies To Counter Deep State Enemies

    Anti-Deep-State Private Spy Network Proposal

    Excerpts from story by Intercept – About Intercept: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Intercept

    THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION is considering a set of proposals developed by Blackwater founder Erik Prince and a retired CIA officer — with assistance from Oliver North, a key figure in the Iran-Contra scandal — to provide CIA Director Mike Pompeo and the White House with a global, private spy network that would circumvent official U.S. intelligence agencies, according to several current and former U.S. intelligence officials and others familiar with the proposals.

    The sources say the plans have been pitched to the White House as a means of countering “deep state” enemies in the intelligence community seeking to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency.

    “Pompeo can’t trust the CIA bureaucracy, so we need to create this thing that reports just directly to him,” said a former senior U.S. intelligence official with firsthand knowledge of the proposals, in describing White House discussions. “It is a direct-action arm, totally off the books,” this person said, meaning the intelligence collected would not be shared with the rest of the CIA or the larger intelligence community. “The whole point is this is supposed to report to the president and Pompeo directly.”

    At the heart of the scheme being considered by the White House are Blackwater founder Erik Prince and his longtime associate, CIA veteran John R. Maguire, who currently works for the intelligence contractor Amyntor Group. Maguire also served on Trump’s transition team. Amyntor’s role was first reported by BuzzFeed News.

    “[Maguire] said there were people inside the CIA who joined in the previous eight years [under Obama] and inside the government, and they were failing to give the president the intelligence he needed,” said a person who was pitched by Maguire and other Amyntor personnel.

    To support his claim, Maguire told at least two people that National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, in coordination with a top official at the National Security Agency, authorized surveillance of Steven Bannon and Trump family members, including Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Adding to these unsubstantiated claims, Maguire told the potential donors he also had evidence McMaster used a burner phone to send information gathered through the surveillance to a facility in Cyprus owned by George Soros.

    There’s said to be a suite in the Trump Hotel in Washington referred to as the as “the tinfoil room,”

    Continue Reading The Full Story;
    https://theintercept.com/2017/12/04/trump-white-house-weighing-plans-for-private-spies-to-counter-deep-state-enemies/

    Related Stories;
    All HELL Breaks Loose At WH As Trump Uncovers Obama’s Covert Order To Agents To Take Out His Entire Family – https://freedomdaily.com/hell-breaks-loose-wh-trump-uncovers-obamas-covert-order-agents-take-entire-family/

    EX-CIA AGENT: H.R. McMaster Authorized NSA to Spy on Donald Trump Jr. — Sent Intel to Facility Owned By George Soros – http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/ex-cia-agent-h-r-mcmaster-authorized-nsa-spy-donald-trump-jr-sent-intel-facility-owned-george-soros/
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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      I don’t know if this is true or not, but oh my gosh I so hope PDJT does set up a separate CIA. And once it is all set up and chugging along, pull the plug on the existing one.

      I honestly believe the same thing needs to happen with the FBI.

      I have had some experience with trying to change organizational culture. It is just about impossible because the new hires tend to, over time, take on the existing culture much more than change it.

      Go PDJT. Fight that Deep State!

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      • Tom says:

        Hell no ! Very bad idea ! Trump needs to clean out the IC we already have. Why pile on more layers; get rid of the junk so there’s nothing left after 7 years.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Both smell like fake news to me. I wouldn’t get too worked up just yet.

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    • nwtex says:

      I say rubbish. Or as Judge Jeanine would say “hogwash”.

      The “intercept” is known as being “clickbait”….that’s one reason I didn’t click on it.
      Freedomdaily….. known for peddling fake news.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      TexasRanger says: “Trump White House Weighing Plans For Private Spies To Counter Deep State Enemies”

      I called this fake news back on 12/05 here:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/12/05/december-5th-2017-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-320/comment-page-6/#comment-4690900

      Do you think it is looking less-fake today, comparably?

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      • TexasRanger says:

        Thank You iswhatitis,

        Your conclusion, like the brilliant folks over at the CIA, FBI and of course our Ex Fearless Leader would say “there’s not a smidgen of” fact-truth to this fake news, it’s all just some crazy fake news site’s conspiracy theory – waste no time at all on this.! Good Perfect, no more looking or listening necessary Boss.!

        No spook worth his salt, especially some do nothing has been like Erik Prince would ever let information about a proposal like this get out to the public. Why – it would completely blow their covert undercover top secret operation proposal – So who in the hell would believe a fake news story like this.? Exactly.!

        No true spook and especially us common sense brilliant people, oh and our highly efficient Intelligence Community would ever consider this anything but a crazy conspiracy theory. So, there you have it – Not True – Finished.!

        After all, Could anything really ever be hidden in plain site.? Right.! Move along folks – nothing to see here.!

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  13. TexasRanger says:

    The Last Time The FBI Tried To Overthrow A President.!

    Dick Morris TV Video 03:46 Minutes Dec-06-2017;

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  18. nwtex says:

    So refreshing. His Walk with The Lord Jesus is always evident. Blessings Gov. and to your entire family. May you continue to be a light in the darkness for all to see.

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  19. Reposted from the Strategic Omnidirectional MAGA-Winning is Ongoing… thread.

    TPR’s post of the week:

    “Trump seems to be doing a great job at “divide and conquer” in the sense that, by simultaneously focusing on many big things at once — and, more importantly, by actually taking decisive action on those big things — Trump is dividing the Left into its many different special interest groups.”

    President Trump’s MULTIPLYING BIG PROGRESS on EXPANDING FRONTS to DIVIDE the Left.

    • I had been relishing the IMPACT on the TACTICS of the Left, preventing them from organizing-coordinating-sustaining opposition to any one thing long enough to matter (while distracting them from big things that really count).

    • TPR has recognized the IMPLICATIONS of FRAGMENTING the Left into a Balkanized circular firing squad!

    Sundance:
    • Please consider a thread on this theme:
    • We should concentrate efforts to exploit President Trump’s strategic breakthrough!

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  20. TexasRanger says:

    G-Men Gone Rogue.!

    Dick Morris TV Video 06:15 Minutes Dec-06-2017;

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    • TexasRanger says:

      People You Completely Missed It.!

      If you can’t see this you are completely out of touch with what’s going on in the FBI.!

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  21. citizen817 says:

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  22. citizen817 says:

    Of course he does. A failed Presidency! Led from behind for 8yrs, blaming P43 for economy, and now wants to take credit for President Trump’s accomplishments.

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  24. TexasRanger says:

    Gowdy on Trump Jr. Testimony & FBI Agent Removed By Mueller

    Trump Jr’s 7 Hour Testimony…..

    Fox News Video 05:20 Minutes Dec-06-2017

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  25. kinthenorthwest says:

    Interesting Thread of tweets that only makes some sense if you read the whole thread of tweets.
    I understand some, but not all cause I’m not that familiar with the laws he is talking about.

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  26. Garrison Hall says:

    When it comes to dismantling the deep state, President Trump is a one-man wrecking crew. Over the past few weeks we’ve seen him shift his tweets to focus more and more on the Mueller investigation. Even though they have dismayed the drive-by media’s sage presenters of “received wisdom” (AKA talking heads), the president has almost single-handedly brought the attention of the nation to bear on the obvious failings of the federal law enforcement apparatus. This is something that we should not take lightly because the president has shown us just how close to a dictatorship our nation has come. This was of course the purpose of the progressive agenda all along—progressivism functions best when there is a one-party state. And one-party states, almost by definition, are dictatorships.

    Prior to Obama the idea of a “weaponized” federal bureaucracy was unthinkable. After Obama, we can see that not only is the federal bureaucracy weaponized, but there appears to be a concerted effort—which some call a “silent coup” —to remove President Trump from office. This president, however, knows how to fight back.

    In two or three line tweets, the President has commanded the attention of the nation and shown us what is happening in ways that have never happened before. No president in history has been able to apply the kinds of heat to his political opponents the way President Trump can. It doesn’t take a lot of speculation to understand just how effective the president is at communicating directly to the American people. All you have to do is just ask yourself where the Mueller investigation would be if the president were not communicating directing with us via his tweets. Certainly you would not have conservative commentators talking about how politicized the “Russia, Russia, Russia” investigation has become or wondering aloud when the president will take the needed actions to end the silent coup. The answer to that question is simple: the president ain’t done with ’em yet. The heat the president is putting on the Mueller investigation is already causing it to smell. When it gets really stinky, the president will act. But not before.

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    • emet says:

      I believe FDR was the first president to use the IRS against political enemies. And he had plenty. Smedly Butler short circuited a coup against FDR, which would have likely succeeded had he helped the conspirators. The deterioration of Federal law enforcement became noticable a few years after Reagan. More and more cases involving well-connected people being closed with cursory investigation, more and more cases with political value being persued with no real enforcement objective.

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    • mariner says:

      “Prior to Obama the idea of a ‘weaponized’ federal bureaucracy was unthinkable.”

      Unthinkable to whom?

      Remember the Clintons fired all the U.S. attorneys to get rid of two who might have investigated their wrongdoing, replaced long-standing employees of the White House travel office with Hillary’s friends, and got the FBI to give them “raw files” of over a hundred Republicans.

      In addition they sicced the FBI and ATF on Randy Weaver’s family murdering in cold blood his wife and son.

      The Clintons armed vast swaths of the federal government, LITERALLY weaponizing the federal bureaucracy–and that was twenty years before Obama.

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      • kroesus says:

        forgot a couple of BIGGIES…….Travelgate they brought FELONY charges against the previous staff not content with just firing them in favor of a family friend….Waco where AG Reno slaughtered the Branch Davidians as an example of federal power to those who would oppose it

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        I would say our government was weaponized long before the clintons, I would go back to Kennedy or further really…. each step of the way it became more and more obvious (to some) and PDJT has put not just a light but the entire power of the sun on it.

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  27. citizen817 says:

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Wow -Not sure I could handle that–Why do I have a feeling that Trump’s days are a lot fuller than Obama’s.

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      • Janie M. says:

        kinthenorthwest, I see ozero looking into a mirror and giving himself a daily affirmation, à la Stuart Smalley (SNL). That’s all he has left as he had NO positive accomplishments during his tenure in the WH.

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      • JM Covfefe says:

        Oh, come on. Barry had a rough sched too. Like, wake up; sneak out for a cig; go back inside, and seeing what his “wife”/wookie looks like, sneak back out for a spliff; eat some doritos; sneak out for a cig; schedule a golf tee time; check up on the Trump team surveillance and black ops; sneak out for a cig; rinse and repeat.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Thank goodness he was both stupid and lazy. His handlers prodded him and provided his head piece, words, and treasonous deeds (probably before Billy Ayers). Think what he might have done with his own energy and initiative. He was a confused bundle of “early” (I am using a euphemism) rage.

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        • Corticram says:

          Don’t forget time at the golf clubhouse with the boys!

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      • Tom says:

        I don’t know why you say that; he clearly doesn’t start working til 11:30 /s

        Wonder if Bolton is pushing for another neocon war. I’m not a fan of his.

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      The topic of discussion with Bolton is undoubtedly North Korea.

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  28. kinthenorthwest says:

    This Flynn stuff keeps getting more interesting & interesting…
    Damn what have our federal agencies been doing to our country.

    ‘Over 10,000 texts’ between ex-Mueller team officials found, after discovery of anti-Trump messages
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/12/06/over-10000-texts-between-ex-mueller-team-officials-found-after-discovery-anti-trump-messages.html

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    • joeknuckles says:

      He does look a little like Forest Gump, if he really exists and if that’s really him.

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    • LCS mom says:

      I am secretly hoping that the stupid salacious stuff leaks out too so that they look like idiots.

      But even better would be if there is some really bad stuff against Trump in there and that the entire investigation is tainted. Or maybe they slag Mueller as a hack or Comey as a total creepy weirdo.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      That’s a lot of texts! That’s a lot of time spent texting! I hope there is stuff in there that really makes them look bad and just embarrasses them to death and even better is grounds for firing both of them.

      I thought this bit was interesting FTA:

      “He (Nunes) said that after the Strzok texts were revealed, the DOJ expressed a “sudden willingness to comply with some of the Committee’s long-standing demands” but added: “This attempted 11th-hour accommodation is neither credible nor believable, and in fact is yet another example of the DOJ’s disingenuousness and obstruction.””

      The DOJ needs its behind spanked. It is a mess. Congress could really help here if they chose to make themselves useful. Probably a forlorn hope….

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Do believe that it was a set-up

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      • “That’s a lot of texts! ”

        Not for Pete. He’d have that reviewed by lunch time, and home in time for Dr Phil.

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      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        So we are trusting the DOJ to investigate its own creature, the FBI, when they are complicit in the same mess. Wow. That is pretty naive.

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        • G. Combs says:

          “So we are trusting the DOJ to investigate its own creature….”

          ERRRRrrr no. There are wo different factions.
          REMEMBER the Special Counsel was DEMANDED by Democrats in Congress….

          …..Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein</b. announced Wednesday evening that he was appointing former FBI director Robert Mueller as a special counsel to lead the investigation into Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 election.

          The decision comes one day after the New York Times reported that President Trump asked former FBI director James Comey, who he fired last week, to stop an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The report intensified calls for a special prosecutor from Democrats. But there was resistance among the highest ranking Congressional Republicans…. http://time.com/4774442/robert-mueller-special-counsel-independent-prosecutor-donald-trump-russia/

          The Inspector General is the one doing the investigation into FBI corruption. He works for AG Sessions NOT Rosenstein and the investigation was AT THE REQUEST of Committee heads in Congress JUST BEFORE President Trump took office. One of the Committee heads could be Sessions,😁 another Nunes.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          I’m not sure I ever said I trusted the DOJ.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Regarding the Mueller Mess, today I have been reading about his Deputy, Andrew Weissman. He sounds like a hot mess, too.

      This whole Mueller thing is an ant hill just begging to be kicked over and stomped into oblivion. How can this continue without just blowing apart?

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    • TomF says:

      Wondering about the who, what, and where regarding the text information.
      Magic wand? NSA?

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    • KBR says:

      For some reason this Strzok photo makes me think “composite” but I don’t know why nor whom I think I am seeing in such a composite, if that is the case.

      Perhaps it just reminds me of drawings done by police artists from witnesses to crime?

      Does it have to do with light and shadow? What is that dark brown line under the nose?

      Does his left ear look too pink for his face, and what is that face-colored line between left ear and left cheek? And what is that nearly beardless oval on left jaw/cheek?

      Whether or not this is a real person, this photo appears to have been “doctored.”

      Those who can do this with computers should examine it maybe.

      Or maybe I am just too visually detail-oriented and also suspicious, and it was merely airbrushed to remove unsightly scars and pimples due to the vanity of the person in the photo. IDK.

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  29. kinthenorthwest says:

    If she enforces the beliefs that she appears to have according to this article, America is in worse trouble than we were in the last decade as far as Illegals go. .
    I keep thinking that I must be reading something wrong or missing something..

    LADY DACA – Pro-Amnesty, Bush Bureaucrat With Ties to ‘Never Trump’ Movement Confirmed to Lead DHS
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/05/lady-daca-pro-amnesty-bush-bureaucrat-with-ties-to-never-trump-movement-confirmed-to-lead-dhs/

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    • Regina says:

      BB’s next target – how long until we hear she’s sleeping with McMaster?

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        She just seems like the total opposite of Trump’s promises about Illegals.

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          And you formed that opinion from what sources?

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            There are more sources…Just look her up

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            • Ditch Mitch says:

              I no longer consider BB a source. I looked for other sources and there is not much else other than she pisses off her subordinates because she expects them to be productive. She is a hard nose which is why Kelly and PDJT like her. Finish cleaning up the DHS.

              By the way primary for immigration is ICE and that is headed by Acting Director Thomas D. Homan another one bashed by BB for being soft on immigration. Down 75% since PDJT became President. Now that is soft on immigration!

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              • keebler AC says:

                People wondering what happened to Cernovich, Coulter and Prosobiec need not look further than Breitbart-Bannon. Consider the glee in the headline “Not ‘Over’ by Thanksgiving: Mueller subpoenas Trump Family from Deutsche Bank”. You’d think BB was looking forward to running Bannon for Prez over Trump and take MAGA claimed as theirs. It’s not just Obama who paid a visit to China after Trump…..so did Bannon on the last trip. BB is the enemy within the gate, more dangerous than an overt one.

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              • keebler AC says:

                Promise kept,
                undocumented immigrants ‘should be afraid’~ Homan, june 2017

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              • kinthenorthwest says:

                Seems she is for Dreamers whom are all criminals .. As for DACAers I find it strange that the average age of a Dreamer is late 20s and early 30s, yet VERY few have even started American citizenship process.
                .”But she said she would order agents not to target “Dreamers” or other low-priority illegal immigrants in their enforcement action. And when pressed by Ms. Harris she said she would consider allowing Dreamers to renew their protections under the 2012 DACA program, saying she needed to see if anyone was cut off unfairly.”
                https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/nov/8/kirstjen-m-nielsen-grilled-on-border-wall-daca/

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              • kinthenorthwest says:

                Here is another article…
                “One point of contention followed from Nielsen’s answer to a question about recipients of the now-cancelled Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Nielsen told senators that the U.S. government bears responsibility for finding a long-term fix for illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as young people.
                “I believe that we must and we owe it to them to find a permanent solution,” she said.”
                http://dailycaller.com/2017/11/09/immigration-hawks-see-warning-signs-in-dhs-nominees-confirmation-hearing/

                Yes I trust Trump, but not Kirstjen Nielsen

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        • Ditch Mitch says:

          Thanks for finding Daily Caller article as it leads to the Politico article. I am in no way a fan of Politico, but they do more quoting and less interpreting of Kirstjen’s testimony.

          https://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-shift/2017/11/06/tps-on-shaky-ground-223193

          From the article Kirstjen states “Congress has a clear constitutional policymaking authority to change immigration law in order to develop a permanent solution for those individuals that were [DACA] recipients,” “If confirmed, I will stand ready to work with Congress to provide any technical assistance needed towards a permanent, legal solution and towards enacting measures that enhance border security, interior enforcement, and our immigration system generally,” This sounds exactly like PDJT’s position.

          In the Washington Times article, Kirstjen sounds cautious in her answers to the committee and states that she needs to get up to speed on some of the issues before making any decisions, which is a good thing. Ann Coulter is self righteous where everything (and everybody) gotta be perfect. What happened with Christie, Ann?

          Kirestjen will carry out her duties per PDJT or be gone. As I stated before, she is a hard nose chain of command person (ala Kelly) and is heading DHS primarily to finish cleaning up the agency. Think EPA, CIA, State and soon to be FBI and DOJ.

          Have a nice day!

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            I found two articles since you said you could find none. Next time question someone and say you cannot find something you might want to do a better search.
            I don’t really give a hoot what you like or don’t like but you’re the one that said there was nothing else out there. In fact, there are even a few more articles out there by even more media sources.
            Go ahead and question my opinion, because I have the right to my opinion. I don’t expect others to agree with them.
            Merry Christmas & God Bless

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      • WSB says:

        I thought they already…never mind.

        /s.

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      • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

        OR in bed with Javanka and McMasters

        Liked by 1 person

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Let’s hope she is smart enough to adjust her beliefs to those of her boss. I worked for many people whose directives I often didn’t like or disagreed with, but other than one notable exception I did my job which was to execute on their directives.

      If she can’t or won’t do that, fire her ass and hire another one.

      Liked by 9 people

      • keebler AC says:

        You’re right, President Trump hires based on how effective they are at implementing the boss’ orders.

        Liked by 10 people

      • kinthenorthwest says:

        If there are truths in the article she seems to be hard core Amnesty.

        Liked by 2 people

      • 🍺Gunny says:

        They said the same thing about Nikki Haley….so let’s wait and see..

        Liked by 2 people

        • mariner says:

          I said the same thing about Nikki Haley, and she far exceeded my admittedly low expectations.

          Liked by 4 people

          • sejmon says:

            is Nikki same Russophobe as Mc Stain ????

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            • Deplorable Ukie says:

              No, she is as much a Russophobe as Pence or Tillerson. T-Rex took an order from Putin, and that is it.

              Or Mattis. Or McMaster. Those were born Russophobes.

              Or Bannon (if you are a fan of his). This guy clearly has issues with Russia. In his own words:
              “One is state-sponsored capitalism. And that’s the capitalism you see in China and Russia. I believe it’s what Holy Father [Pope Francis] has seen for most of his life in places like Argentina, where you have this kind of crony capitalism of people that are involved with these military powers-that-be in the government, and it forms a brutal form of capitalism that is really about creating wealth and creating value for a very small subset of people. And it doesn’t spread the tremendous value creation throughout broader distribution patterns that were seen really in the 20th century.”
              ________________________________________________________________
              / sarcasm

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        • TomF says:

          Nah, let’s pick her apart for the next few weeks. /S

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      As Regina said BB’s next target. BB has put out stories since she was nominated. She worked at DHS under Kelly followed him to WH as ACOS. Kelly said she is a driver, doer and getter done er. I believe Kelly over BB.

      BB also began another hate McMasters fake news series. TRex anyone?

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    • Let’s not forget, she is an employee of Trump, effectively. She can’t enact legislation, or anything of the sort. Whatever happens, it will need PDJT’s signature. I think we should relax.

      I didn’t like Nikki Haley about 12 months ago. Today, she is full MAGA.

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    • gringz says:

      She will enforce whatever her boss, President Trump , tells her to enforce, just like the rest of his cabinet does. Her personal beliefs do not matter. Now she can express her beliefs to him in the cabinet meetings, just like they all do. I, for one , am glad that he isn’t surrounding himself with yes people. I’m tired of BB trying to influence our opinions about his judgement, and their badmouthing of Ivanka, Jared, McMaster etc. If they want to support him in their way, they can do that by supporting the things that they agree with him on. Making out like they don’t trust his judgment is not helping him.

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    • mariner says:

      I don’t believe President Trump would have appointed her if she really opposed his agenda.

      Liked by 5 people

    • tvollrath66 says:

      Seem like deja vu…same that was said about gen. Kelly.

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    • tvollrath66 says:

      Seem like deja vu…same that was said about gen. Kelly.

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  30. ALEX says:

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  31. Plain Jane says:

    Can’t wait for this.

    Liked by 12 people

  32. FL_GUY says:

    Rally!

    R … A … L … L ……….Y ????

    ‘Cause We Gotta Rock the House!!!!

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  33. Harry Lime says:

    If you thought it was just college students and athletes that cry like newborn babes when they don’t get their way…well, you’d be wrong (of course you knew that)…here is the mayor of New Brighton, Minnesota breaking down in tears because a fellow member of the town council won’t accept that she has white privilege…man oh man liberalism is a mental disease…

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      ” … the white privilege … thing …” Even the crazy Mayor can’t articulate the insanity.

      Really funny watching the four men sit through the entire meeting in total silence (one wonders how hard they had to work to not explode in laughter, not sure I could have succeeded).

      Liked by 5 people

      • Harry Lime says:

        Can you imagine this being the mayor of your town or city? It’s a good sign that you should probably list your house on the market and get out.

        Liked by 3 people

      • JoAnn Leichliter says:

        You have to love the way the mayor in this video says wants to hear all sides of the question, but calls the councilwoman who expresses her own side “racist.”

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    • Can someone more intelligent than me please give this some real analysis.

      To me, when someone says that WE (not I, but we) have white privilege, what they are saying is that white people are better than others. This, clearly, is an obviously racist point of view. The woman is racist, deep down racist, and she clearly loathes herself for it. To hide the fact, she projects it on to everyone else. She is too stupid to see that it is her racism on display.

      Have read that right from a psychoanalytical point of view?

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      • Harry Lime says:

        You’re not looking at white privilege from the liberal point of view…wikipedia it for the general definition but keep in mind that liberals/progressives change the definition constantly and stretch its meaning to mean all sorts of ridiculous things.

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        • Harry Lime says:

          …and i meant to wiki it for the general definition defined by liberals…who then stretch their own definitions into pretzel logic that will make one’s head spin.

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      • elleb77 says:

        I have a big, beautiful, WHITE 2017 Mercedes GLE 400 (SUV) that I have named: “White Privilege”. W.P. for short.

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      • daughnworks247 says:

        I have a girlfriend in the northeast who thinks this way.
        She’s the wife of an Insurance Company CEO, has multiple homes, private charter air, etc. I love her and she is a world class mediator……. but
        She admitted to me one day, she does not know any black people…… and has never known any black people.
        Huh?
        She quickly responded that she works closely with Russian immigrants, as if that ‘counted’. What?
        Now, I live in Mississippi, where the cultures, races, music, churches, politics, food, and Friday night football games MIX races.
        We know each others families, going back generations.
        My friend’s view of the world, and what she perceives as strife, or ‘the downtrodden’ is poor people living in Harlem, you know, far away and not in her back yard. She thinks, because of a media narrative, she is being noble, good, benevolent, virtuous, by supporting ‘black’ people with checks, or voicing her opinion…. loudly.
        To me, she looks silly pontificating on a subject where she has no knowledge or experience. Yet, she is highly educated. Thus, because she thinks she is being ‘good’, I must be ‘bad’ if I disagree.
        She has no perspective into my world. The logic is mind-bending.
        Yet, she is invested and owns her opinion.
        It’s funny.
        We have so many visitors here from the northeast, who are not familiar, on a day to day basis, with black people. Because we have a B&B, people are in and out of our home all the time. When a black person comes in, these metro people get skittish, and their mouths fall to the floor when I hug the black person…. because I know them….. because they are a friend.
        Ahhh, those preconceived notions will get you every time.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        The epithet is to keep one from noticing that one is American and responsible for one’s own behavior and, most importantly, one’s merit, as are all other Americans. This is exactly why all immigrants have wanted to come to America over the centuries (even colonists knew that this land/country meant personal possibilities), and why Africans/African Americans did not go “home.” This is (often purposeful) delusional thinking.

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    • prenanny says:

      Ut oh the crying SJW mayor says “those people” when describing everyone who is not white in her view… keep digging mayor hate thyself.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Newly-recruited-cult-member syndrome. Total emotional buy-in, weak on the concept.

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  34. Sylvia Avery says:

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/12/05/gregg-jarrett-how-fbi-official-with-political-agenda-corrupted-both-mueller-comey-investigations.html

    ******

    Gregg Jarrett, a lawyer/journalist has been provided really excellent legal analysis since the Russia investigation began. Here are a few choice quotes from his excellent article about how corrupt the investigation of Hillary, and the Comey/Mueller investigation of Trump are and what could or should be done to remedy it:

    “…Just how rife with political prejudice and corrupt motives is the special counsel’s investigation?

    Instead of choosing prosecutors who could be neutral, fair and objective, Mueller stacked his staff with Democratic donors. Apparently, he conducted little or no vetting of both prosecutors and investigators. How else does one explain the presence of Strzok and Lisa Page on the investigative team?

    It appears that Mueller selected people of a particular political persuasion without discerning review or scrutiny. We were supposed to simply trust Mueller’s judgment, notwithstanding his own disqualifying conflict of interest under the special counsel statute that demanded his recusal.

    The Trump-Russia investigation is now awash in illegitimacy. Mueller and those who work for him have squandered all credibility…

    Do not expect Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to make these changes. He, too, should be removed in his capacity as Mueller’s supervisor. As both a witness and prosecutor, Rosenstein has his own conspicuous and disabling conflict of interest. Yet he has refused to step aside. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is duty-bound to remove both Mueller and Rosenstein…

    The examination should begin with Andrew Weissmann, who has close ties to Hui Chen, whom he hired at the Justice Department and with whom he worked at the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of New York. Documents show the DOJ approved a salary for her position of $711,800 for two years of work, which is more than the attorney general earns.

    Chen resigned in June of this year, stating that she could no longer work in the administration of a president who had violated the Constitution and engaged in treasonous conduct. According to The Hill, she “posted tweets or retweeted articles that were considered critical of Trump.”

    Lunch time outside the White House. pic.twitter.com/S7MVEYHmLv
    — Hui Chen (@HuiChenEthics) May 10, 2017

    But before her departure, Chen attended a “March for Truth” rally and proudly posted on Twitter a photograph of herself outside the White House wearing an orange “Resist” jacket. She posted another photo of the Trump International Hotel with the words “Pay Trump Bribery Here” superimposed over the entrance.

    Chen’s favored hashtag is “TrumpRussiaCoverUp,” and she has blanketed her Twitter account with virulent denunciations of the president. Hundreds of them.

    Since Chen made little secret of her views while at Justice, it is reasonable to ask whether she expressed them to Weissmann, the person to whom she reported. If so, how did he respond? Like Strzok, did Weissmann write anti-Trump messages to his friend and colleague, Hui Chen, or others? …”

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      I take everyone on foxnews with a grain of Propaganda/agenda half truths salt…. that includes Gregg Jarret and Hannity

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      • TomF says:

        Like!
        The only Fox info I see is here. The Roy Moore betrayal confirms.

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      • ladyliberty11 says:

        Jarret is a straight shooter and clear thinker. He knows the law and was one of the first to denounce the Mueller investigation.

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        • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

          I appreciate that he appears to be and many believe that to be the case but I don’t think anyone at foxnews or any other “news” outlet is a straight shooter .. they toe up to a line and never go over it. There is to me a clear agenda afoot by both sides of the isle and fox news is not honest 100% of the time with 100% of the truth. They like CNN are minders for their perspective sides of the isle. – trust but verify

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      To some extent, Mueller may have just hired and appointed the people he knew best or whose reputations were sterling among those in his inner circle. It may never have occurred to him that virtually all of them were so biased as to be disqualified from any such investigation, just from the way it APPEARS.

      Does a fish realize he swims in water?

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      • LCSmom says:

        Creatures of the swamp all look normal to each other, even though we realize that they are the real wacko-birds.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Perhaps. I would think a big name, high dollar attorney would at least consider the perception of conflict of interest. Seems to be a big deal in the lawyerly set.

        But considering Mueller’s own conflict, not to mention Rosenstein’s, perhaps not.

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  35. joeknuckles says:

    I hear that POS Obama was comparing Trump to Hitler. I could go into all the ways that Obama and his ilk are a thousand times more like Hitler, but I’m just too tired right now. Instead, I will just say that somebody needs to tell that POS that “The future does not belong to those who slander our POTUS”.

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  36. nwtex says:

    Kim Davis denied him a marriage license. Now he wants to take her job.
    December 06, 2017

    David Ermold, one of the men denied a same-sex marriage license by Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis in 2015, hopes to challenge her for the clerk’s seat next year, he announced Wednesday.

    […]

    “I am running to restore the confidence of the people in our clerk’s office and because I believe that the leaders of our community should act with integrity and fairness, and they should put the needs of their constituents first,” said Ermold, 43, who teaches English at the University of Pikeville and directs Morehead Pride, a local gay rights organization. “My commitment to Rowan County is to restore professional leadership, fairness, and responsibility to the clerk’s office. I will build upon the successes of the past, and I will seek solutions for the challenges we may still face.”
    […]

    http://www.kentucky.com/news/state/article188302199.html

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      “Morehead” Pride, a gay rights organization.

      LOL

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    • Cliff says:

      Morehead pride? And it’s a gay group? Lol!

      Liked by 2 people

      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Morehead is a state university in the area. Know a few
        graduates. If it has enough enrollment that are registered
        voters, it can throw the election towards Ermold.

        But the local population thinks totally different. The area’s
        still dry, as far as I know. Used to visit the bootlegger to
        buy beer when I visited friends in the area back in the 70s.

        An older family friend attended Morehead 10 years earlier.
        She knew exactly where I had gone to the bootlegger when
        I’d visited.

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    • Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

      No doubt he is on team soros.
      Soros has been kept under the radar on many things, most scary is his concerted organized effort to replace local city/state office positions with his minions.
      he went after secretary of state positions a few years back (successfully)
      and now he’s pushing for other strategic positions and no one is watching much less countering the left on this.. People are waking up to the federal government but are still happily asleep in their sleepy little towns.

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  37. Would you have made Jerusalem the capital? I wouldn’t, and that’s just the truth. I think it’s the same for you too. And that is why none of us ran for President.

    You can see Trump’s balls from space. It is what makes him who he is. The fact that most of us wouldn’t have had the balls to do it, is why we drop to our knees in total admiration when a real alpha male comes along. I can’t remember the last time this happened. I used to think I was an alpha male. But not any more. Trump stands alone.

    Someone mentioned the comparison to Washington. It is not an outlandish comparison. But I think he is more like Jackson. He is definitely part of that few select men, who history will look back on, and no amount of analysis will ever be able to explain the true gravitas of what is was like to have him at the helm.

    I see him as a father figure of the nation. Can’t wait for another day of Trump tomorrow.

    Liked by 11 people

    • AmericaFirst says:

      Don’t be too hard on yourself, 151 countries warned him not to do this, and I read even his own Cabinet was loath for him to follow through. That is a lot of pressure. On Day 1 we see the Visigrads and some African nations are already saying they will follow suit.

      Remember when the whole world warned him not to withdraw from the Paris Treaty? That is a lot of pressure. Now other nations are withdrawing because they see the absurdity of it, or because they see that they aren’t going to get to redistribute the US money.

      This is also why many of us noticed him on the campaign trail. When it came to speaking what we all thought, HE GOES THERE.

      Liked by 13 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        “This is also why many of us noticed him on the campaign trail. When it came to speaking what we all thought, HE GOES THERE.”

        He sure does. God Bless PDJT.

        Liked by 10 people

        • daughnworks247 says:

          I’m thinking.
          Are Congressmen and Senators really only the kind of people who are good at taking orders from donors? Glad handers? Passive? Weaker in character?
          Alpha types could never be pushed around and talked into voting for some of the crap we’ve seen from Congress.
          Maybe the fundraising problem is prohibiting ALL of us from getting higher quality candidates?

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  38. keebler AC says:

    Weird headline over at BB. “Donald Trump and Mitt Romney Talk Amidst Uproar Over Steve Bannon Attacks”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/12/06/donald-trump-and-mitt-romney-talk-amidst-uproar-over-steve-bannon-attacks/

    It’s slyly followed by a laundry list of GOPe defending Romney.

    I see BB readers promoting Bannon to President…what after the very fake Deutschebank subpoena and impeachment BB hopes for? A third party run hijacking the Maga theme? It won’t be Cruz, it’ll be Bannon. In case there is any doubt, MAGA belongs to President Trump. He has copyrighted it. Bannon cannot steal nor claim it as his own the way he stated in a rally.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      keebler, key phrase in that BB story was:
      Conway said she wasn’t sure whether Trump and Romney spoke about Bannon’s comments, but that the president said they had a “wonderful conversation.”
      I bet they were talking about the Monuments proclamations PDJT signed.

      I don’t trust anti-Trump BB anymore.

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  39. citizen817 says:

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  40. Harry Lime says:

    One of Tucker’s segments live in Vegas…Of course there are no answers but at least he is asking the questions…and he’s pretty much the only one other than independent journalists.

    Liked by 8 people

    • mariner says:

      Not really.

      Carlson blindly accepts the official story that Stephen Paddock was a lone gunman. I wonder if he believes Lee Oswald was the lone gunman in 1963, because after all he doesn’t believe in “conspiracies”.

      As with Oswald, I believe in truth Paddock didn’t fire a single shot, but he’s the officially designated fall guy.

      There are numerous eyewitness/earwitness reports of more than one gunman on the ground in LV, and shots fired in various places up and down The Strip, but Carlson isn’t asking any questions about that.

      Last week I wrote that he was deluded if he really believed he’d get answers, but refusing to look for them makes things even harder.

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      • Remington..... says:

        Talk about conspiracy theories…Remember TWA 0800? Something like 288 people in various different places said they saw missile fired towards the plane. As I recall, it was the fbi that told them they didn’t. The more things change….

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    • mariner says:

      I just realized that the two women pictured were hustled to safety in the TROPICANA, and were shown sitting against the wall of a hallway there.

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  41. Troublemaker10 says:

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  42. Sylvia Avery says:

    So, Conyers wants his dear son to carry on the legend by replacing him in the house…. Seems like a choice pick. Per the failing NYT Conyers son was arrested in February for stabbing his girlfriend (just a little Valentine’s Day dispute…probably something we all have experienced/sarc) but he says Nah, I just pinned her against the wall….

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  43. Sylvia Avery says:

    Oh dear. LA, previous recipient of some federal grant money for community policing and honored by BO’s administration for the wondrous accomplishments they achieved with this grant has asked the DOJ for another grant to do more community policing. They’d like $3 million. The DOJ said NO. They didn’t give them any reason! Mutter, mutter, mutter. LA officials “fear the worst.” Mutter, mutter.

    Sucks to be you, Sanctuary City.

    http://beta.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-lapd-funding-20171205-story.html

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  44. citizen817 says:

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    • citizen817 says:

      The bill would reduce the amount of chain migration, a process that allows immigrants to sponsor extended family members. A recent Fox News report showed that more than 70 percent of immigrants between 2005 and 2015 came through chain migration.

      “This plan is fair to all parties. It’s pro-American. And it’s a solution to DACA,” Sen. Grassley said in a statement.

      Liked by 1 person

      • AmericaFirst says:

        Pro-American is to follow the law and deport those who are present in the country illegally. Anything else is some political rationalizing/scheming/negotiating.

        Liked by 12 people

        • gringz says:

          The way I see it, the “dreamers” are way down at the bottom of the list for deportation w or w/o DACA. They were never in the shadows to begin with. It’s going to take years just to get the gang members and other criminals out. They say there are 10,000 members of MS13 alone, and there is a 550,000 backlog of people who were supposed to be deported under Obama who are still here. Then the next priority should be to get the ones out who are using our welfare system. E-verify may get some of them to self deport. And I don’t believe that there are just 11 million here, it’s going to be a long time before we get to the dreamers, so if we can get something in return , like an end to chain migration, merit based legal immigration , the wall etc, then I won’t be upset (I really don’t believe that we can “deport them all”) if we give the dreamers work permits, but they need to be vetted (because Obama admin rubber stamped many of them) , and they need to check the voter registration roles, anybody who is registered , especially those who have actually voted, should go to the front of the line for immediate deportation,

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          • kroesus says:

            you discount the deterrence effect of following current law…….I agree we could get some bargaining power by accommodating the DACA participants……the true question is should we reward illegal behavior and what effect does it have on future behavior when doing so?

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I haven’t read the details yet, so I really should keep my mouth shut. But anything related to DACA, Dreamers, Immigration, Amnesty is a hot button for me personally.

        I try to keep in mind Ronald Reagan’s quote about having 80 percent of something is better than 100 percent of nothing, but this is an issue I feel so strongly about I know I am going to find it hard to accept any kind of compromise.

        So I will gird my loins and go read the article….

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      • n1ghtcr4wler says:

        it should reverse chain migration and deport everyone who ever used it

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  45. Sylvia Avery says:

    Yes, Hillary knew all about Harvey Weinstein
    By Monica Showalter

    “Lena Dunham isn’t the most reliable of narrators, but the New York Times is reporting that she, along with bigshot magazine editor Tina Brown, both warned the Hillary Clinton campaign all about Harvey Weinstein’s depredations and got ignored. Hillary Clinton says she had never heard of any Weinstein problems until she read them in the news. Now, all by herself, Dunham might be suspected of publicity-hounding at this late date, but because Brown is making the same charge, she probably isn’t….”

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/12/yes_hillary_clinton_knew_all_about_harvey_weinstein_.html

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  46. Sylvia Avery says:

    I know there are readers here who have followed Corey Feldman’s story about pedophilia in Hollywood.

    He said that he was questioned in 1993 by Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office about Michael Jackson during that investigation. Corey said he had nothing about Michael Jackson, but boy there were a lot of other pervs in Hollywood and he said he named names but nothing ever happened.

    Recently, SBSO said, “we have no record of that.” So people really started questioning Corey Feldman. Except now, it turns out they found audio recordings of Corey’s statement to them. But of course, it is all well past the California statute of limitations…

    https://pagesix.com/2017/12/06/audio-found-of-corey-feldman-naming-alleged-sexual-predators/

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  47. Troublemaker10 says:

    Czech Republic recognizes West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/363633-czech-republic-recognizes-west-jerusalem-as-israels-capital?amp=1

    Excerpt:

    The Czech Republic announced Wednesday that it will recognize West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, hours after President Trump’s own Jerusalem declaration on behalf of the U.S.

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  48. Anyone else finding the Brave browser is impossible to type a post with? It keeps jumping focus away. I can’t type a post! Worse than Safari. I had to type this in Notes. We’ll see if I can paste it…

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  49. Troublemaker10 says:

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