February 14th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #391

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1,081 Responses to February 14th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #391

  1. wyntre says:

    WTF!!!!!!!!

    Repubs open House investigation into Rob Porter..

    WHY did Repubs agree to this?

    House Republicans Open Investigation Into White House Handling Of Porter Scandal

    http://wwno.org/post/house-republicans-open-investigation-white-house-handling-porter-scandal

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    • wyntre says:

      Trey Gowdy opened the investigation and Paul Ryan supported it.

      Liked by 8 people

    • trumpthepress says:

      Could it be because the FBI withheld information again….? Let’s hope it’s something like that. The other investigations have led to wrong doing – criminal activity by the other side. Just a thought.

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      • wyntre says:

        Nope.

        The R’s are blaming the Whitehouse (President Trump).

        “How do you have any job if you have credible allegations of domestic abuse?” said Gowdy, who announced two weeks ago that he was not running for re-election. “Again, I am biased toward the victim.”

        **************************

        “The White House’s story about who knew what when about accusations of domestic violence against former White House staff secretary Rob Porter has been anything but clear.

        Now, House Republicans have decided to open an investigation to get some clarity.
        “I’m troubled by almost every aspect of this,” House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., said on CNN Tuesday morning. “How in the hell was he still employed?”

        Gowdy received the support of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who said Tuesday morning that the White House “has work to do” to fix the vetting process and that the White House should “absolutely” condemn domestic violence.

        Instead of condemning domestic violence, President Trump has twice seemed to defend Porter and another staffer, who resigned amid domestic abuse allegations. He tweeted on Saturday, for example, that “lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation.”

        The House Oversight Committee penned a letter to the White House Tuesday and released it on Twitter. It notes that FBI Director Christoper Wray appeared to contradict the White House on its timeline on the handling of the matter — and it wants to know “what information was available to the adjudicator of Porter’s interim clearance at the time it was adjudicated; who adjudicated his clearance; and what derogatory information was subsequently made available to the White House on Porter, when, and to whom.”

        Gowdy notes in the letter that he wants answers to those and several other questions in two weeks, by Feb. 28.

        “How do you have any job if you have credible allegations of domestic abuse?” said Gowdy, who announced two weeks ago that he was not running for re-election. “Again, I am biased toward the victim.”

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        • JoD says:

          Republicans = self-mutilation.

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        • trumpthepress says:

          Gross. The vetting process is done by the FBI and other groups first. I don’t know what to think yet but am somewhat leary too. I realize they can’t be trusted but was hopeful it was a trap. I don’t understand how this is so important compared to other issues. They fired the guy and maybe should have earlier, that is if you believe the information was given to the WH counsel etc…I personally think this is another FBI “issue”. Meanwhile – Hillary has a private server….Awan brothers…Unanium one…Benghazi..the list goes on and on (as you know). Anything to find fault with our great President. I can’t stand all these scumbags. Thanks for posting the info.

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        • ion says:

          The House Oversight Committee penned a letter also to the FBI.
          https://oversight.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/2018-02-14-TG-to-Wray-FBI-re-Clearances-Porter.pdf
          So I think we have to calm down.

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        • d2i says:

          “How do you have any job if you have credible allegations of domestic abuse?” – so ALL people, male or female or whatever, are guilty and should not hold a job until they can prove their innocence when accused of domestic abuse? Do I have this right? Is this what Gowdy is saying? Seriously?

          This twit needs to go…

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          • singingsoul says:

            d2i says:
            “How do you have any job if you have credible allegations of domestic abuse?” – so ALL people, male or female or whatever, are guilty and should not hold a job until they can prove their innocence when accused of domestic abuse? Do I have this right? Is this what Gowdy is saying? Seriously?
            This twit needs to go…”
            Gowdy claimed last week on a TV show “that he loves the law.”
            I am now wondering what is the US law? I always thought one was innocent until proven guilty.? That Porter guy needs to go to court to clear his name if he did not do the violence to his ex and if he did he needs concealing.

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            • singingsoul says:

              Ups forgot to separate my post.
              This is my part
              Gowdy claimed last week on a TV show “that he loves the law.”
              I am now wondering what is the US law? I always thought one was innocent until proven guilty.? That Porter guy needs to go to court to clear his name if he did not do the violence to his ex and if he did he needs concealing.

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            • d2i says:

              “I am wondering what is the US law” – yeah, I’ve been wondering that for a long time now.

              Abuse of any kind should have zero tolerance if proven to be factual. However, trying some guy in the media or by an oversight committee only shows a petulant need to demonstrate one’s bullying credentials. All of these stories of late are being tried by media and I can’t help but wonder aloud if all of these stories are click bait for the flailing corporate media yaks. It’s difficult to watch and I refuse to click.

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        • G3 says:

          Biased towards the victim? How about just getting to the truth?

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            He’s a (*&^ prosecutor–get the conviction no matter what. It’s their stepping stone to higher office. I hate prosecutors. They, as a whole, couldn’t care less about the “truth” they just want a signed confession, a plea deal, or a conviction no matter at what cost.

            And no, I have never run afoul of the law. This is my personal observation over years as a police legal adviser.

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            • TatonkaWoman says:

              Sadly, I have life experience that totally supports this comment, AG.

              Liked by 4 people

            • Summer says:

              Except when it comes to prosecute fellow travelers in the Swamp.

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            • Maquis says:

              This is my view. Prosecutorial abuse is rampant. That prosecutions are decided not on a moral recognition of right and wrong but upon the chances of success in an often misguided self-serving prosecution is disgusting and infuriating.

              If law enforcement bemoans the unwillingness of witnesses to cooperate in investigations they need look no further than the prosecutors that ensure that any involvement with the law carries great personal risks that the wise avoid at all costs.

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        • Sylvia Avery says:

          This ticks me off on several levels. High and mighty morally superior Congress critters feel the need to investigate the WH? What about their own little publicly funded slush fund paying off the women they sexually abuse???? This Porter dude was only ever accused.

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          • Maquis says:

            Divorces generate such accusations nearly as a matter of course. It’s almost a required step, a force multiplier in bids to eliminate spouses’ parental rights. There are many that advocate and for and coach false accusations for this purpose.

            “Me Too” = “You Screwed.”

            😡

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            • erinsmemole says:

              That was the weirdest black eye I have ever seen. No swelling, no blood striations in the eye. I’ve asked other people, and they seem to agree. Sounds like divorce bulls**t. Look, I know on security clearances, usually if you do not lie, some things will not affect you negatively. It may be different for the WH, but the fbi only does the investigation, someone in the WH says yes or no on the clearance. By the way, how did HRC get a security clearance after the watergate fiasco. You know she had to pass a have a big old background check. Between her and Bill, I don’t see she could have survived.

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          I’m sure Gowdy will pursue this with all the energy he pursued the truth about Benghazi.

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        • Michael J. Machnica says:

          We want the timeline of when {Muslim} BHO found out about his {Muslim} CIA director’s fake news to peddle to the FBI/DOJ

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        • TatonkaWoman says:

          Gowdy says he is “biased toward the victim.” Sometimes – more often than people think – the victim is the accused. (think Duke Lacrosse team, et al).

          Mr. Gowdy, you should, at the very least, keep your judgements to yourself until the truth can actually be pursued and captured.

          So, how about you just try being biased toward the truth. Thank you very much.

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        • farmhand1927 says:

          I am biased against people–women or men– that lurk in dark corners and all of a sudden whatever their complaint is, drop it at a very opportune time.

          Did these women press charges against Porter? Was he tried and convicted? Aren’t current hiring practices such that prodding into personal background isn’t allowed?

          Surprising the FBI had time to look at this, what with all it’s involvement creating Obamagate.

          What, or who, motivated these two women to get together and decide to make a run at Porter? Why didn’t they do it when he was first hired?

          Besides fitting the false narrative that our President has a predatory mentality, is this all coming together now to try and force Kelly out?

          Final question: How much did Gloria Allred’s daughter pay them? Sorry, ladies. Your timing is so utterly suspicious, it creates a cloud of doubt and skepticism. You’ve got Trey Gowdy’s sympathy but if Porter is the menace you portray him to be, you’d have launched your stories long, long before now.

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        • Gowdy is supposed to be about law & order. Innocent until proven guilty. This alleged abuse was not reported as far as I can see, no proof except the accusor’s story. Any time some one is accused they loose their job? What a potent weapon to hurt someone, get advancement into their spot, blackmail. Law is the basis for society and anarchy is its mirror image.

          The ex-wife is very aggressive, “Does President Trump say I’m a liar?” What ever happened to waiting until the facts are in. Suspicious Cat says I smell fishies! Could the Globalists be getting desperate?

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        • sobriquet4u says:

          “How do you have any job if you have credible allegations of domestic abuse?” said Gowdy, who announced two weeks ago that he was not running for re-election. “Again, I am biased toward the victim.”
          UH? HELLO? NFL ring a bell?

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      • G3 says:

        Sanders said that while the “FBI portion was closed, the White House personnel security office, who is the one to make the recommendation for adjudication, was not finished their process; therefore, they did not make a recommendation to the White House.”

        So, who are the “career staff” at White House Personnel Security Office?

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        • G3 says:

          The photo- evidence didn’t appear until the day Rob Porter was fired.

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          • G3 says:

            Did the wife sit on that for so long — making it new?

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          • JoD says:

            The “press” had the picture and story before they asked Kelly about it.
            So, did one of Wray’s stellar, never-partisan, above reproach employees leak it to the press?

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          • Honest Abbey says:

            In all the articles I’ve read about this case, it stated that the photos were given to the FBI by the ex-wife.

            So now that begs these questions:

            Did the FBI turn those photos over to the White House?

            Who had possession of those photos on the day they were released to the media?

            If the FBI turned the photos over to the White House, did the FBI make copies to keep for their own records?

            What is normal protocol?

            Is it legal for the FBI to keep a record of someone’s personal life once they have closed their own investigation?

            Something shady is going on here.

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            • wyntre says:

              And the pics are from 15 years ago!

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              • AmericaFirst says:

                Meaning in an oposer regime it would never have merited mention. If it had been brought up we would have seen a touching personal story of Porter’s road back after anger management classes and how grieved he was to be the cause of the demise of his marriages. But he is a whole different person now and we should root for him after all his hard work on this issue.

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                • BebeTarget says:

                  I know many will totally disagree and even disparage me, BUT, many happily married women have suffered and caused emotional and verbal abuse within their marriage if they ever had a big fight with their spouse. . . . Did that black eye come from Porter hitting her (is he left-handed or did he push her and she fell against something?) I am in no way excusing violence of any kind. But today, when a woman can accuse POTUS of sexual harassment because he simply asked her for her phone number, men DO deserve more than a cut and dry conviction.

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              • Dixiedoxie says:

                John Roberts reported last week that the FBI had the photos in January of 2017 and the woman wanted to know why they were just being published now…..I have the same question. When did the White House receive them? The ex with the protective order told the FBI that he could probably be blackmailed. Can’t make it up-oh wait…..

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    • I knew this would happen..when is the special counsel going to be hired?

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        When did the R’s ever open investigations into the Obama WH? I guarantee you that there were questionable characters in that administration! John Podesta wasn’t able to pass his background check at beginning of O’s first term; Ben Rhodes had troubles too… oh and what of the guy who was upskirting?

        In any case, what right do they have to investigate the WH? Separation of powers, anyone?

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        The key is: Did the Police come to the incident. Believe me. Most if not all Police Departments are instructed. In domestic violence calls if there is any evidence of abuse, the abuser is arrested on the spot. Scratches, black eyes, any marks of violence at all.
        Even If no evidence of abuse the police interview the subjects separately and if even an admission of abuse, with no physical evidence..they are arrested. That is one of the reasons why so many police are attacked during domestic violence calls. The abuser knows they are going to jail and sees no way out.
        No police report…should be no case…unless he admits it.

        Even if she called in the report without calling the police first, just calling the police station, the police after taking the report, must come to view the victim and if true arrest the abuser immediately. Very strict rules regarding any form of abuse.

        It’s a set up.

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        • Deb says:

          What does it matter? They were waiting for his clearance. Then they fired him. End of story.

          Why isn’t Congress investigating the Awan brothers? Or Uranium One?

          How about that Schiff memo? Anyone remember about that?

          Let’s keep pointing out how they ignore the actual important stories and force them to cover them. Let’s ignore the shiny squirrels and call out the Republicans who go along with it.

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    • rich33y says:

      Perhaps Gowdy is still a little miffed at this tweet:

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    • lfhbrave says:

      The uniparty wants to regain some leverage over POTUS after realizing muh Russia is inevitably falling apart.

      Liked by 4 people

        • piper567 says:

          Hey wolf: I benefit greatly by your pronouncements.
          Do we need to be concerned ab this latest caca?
          I can’t stand reading the comments…too much breadth.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            No. We will WIN, WIN MORE, and WIN even more than that. Anything the other side does, we will boomerang back at them with TRUMP GRAVITY. Weak weaklings who cower before evil will spin around each other and be thrown back at the other side like bolas on a string!

            RULE OF LAW. PRIORITIES. They’re BACK, and we DEMAND THEM.

            Pussy-hatted FREAKS do not rule this country from their crazy-wagon or otherwise.

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      • singingsoul says:

        lfhbrave says:
        “The uniparty wants to regain some leverage over POTUS after realizing muh Russia is inevitably falling apart.”
        ______________________________
        Bingo !
        They are going to dig up all kind of stuff about POTUS about everyone who ever had anything to do with him and they are going to be guilty and have to prove their case.
        They are going after Kelly because he is effective in his role at the WH. They are going after Hope because no leaks from the Sarah and Hope team.
        POTUS is winning and the Rino types such as Cowdy , Ryan, and all those hidden senate A**es.
        I wish Cowdy would have been so irate at Benghazi killings that Hillary and team caused.

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    • eric says:

      makes me sick.
      where the hell was all this “outrage” and calls for “condemnation” when Ted Kennedy was in office.

      uni-party on full display……only one in DC who gives a damn about America and her people is OUR PREDIDENT.
      DRAIN THAT SWAMP SIR……TWICE.

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  2. treehouseron says:

    How many times do we have to see these DeciptiConservatives outed before people learn?

    Of COURSE Trey Gowdy does this. Of COURSE Steve Bannon was a lying little b****. Look @ their results, people, not what they say.

    Then look @ President Trump’s results, not what he says.

    See the difference?

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      Try criticizing a GOPe favorite like Mike Pence and see what happens.
      People see what they want to see.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      You forgot, “Of course Paul Ryan will run for cover and hide at the drop of a hat, instead of growing a backbone and supporting President Trump”

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    • Gil says:

      Posturing continues so he looks impartial for whatever attorney position he is trying to get. Rooster head is such an ingrate and this is unwarranted.

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      • Deb says:

        Perhaps we should call Gowdy and Ryan’s offices and remind them about the domestic abuse allegations against the Awan brothers, and the fact that they weren’t immediately fired.

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        • Hey Folks…Don’t forget…OUR VSG PDJT ALWAYS owns the downside!!! When the Porter thing blew-up I knew that there were shenaginians were being cooked up…Don’t forget…the more people play with booby traps…the more chance they are going to get blown up…Just simmer down and be calm!!! This will blow over because EVERYONE is looking at this website…spouting off inane things just brings out more trolls…

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      Just because there is an “investigation” started to appease the vultures does not mean it has to do anything. We might be led to believe that this is just “politics as usual”.

      Everyone is wondering what about obamagate, etc.
      Patience, fellow treepers. PDJT ran on being the “law & order” President. Look at the promises he has been able to fulfill thus far.

      #TrustTrump

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        If the President let’s Kelly go, this will never end…never…
        Of course they will come up with something different….they are hoping for a mob mentality to develop against the President….
        Both Gowdy and Ryan need to be isolated and all 65 million of us call Congress and torch em..

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      • Summer says:

        “Trust Trump” had nothing to do with this. This story and now the “investigation” are just more bad optics and distraction. Once again, it was not a coincidence that Democrats threw a couple of outlived their usefulness D Congressmen under the bus recently. They were preparing for this attack (it does look like someone was setting Kelly up) and I am sure more is to come. It was done so they can claim moral superiority and demand the same from their R counterparts who are more than happy to oblige.

        Ds usually circle the wagons and defend their perverts and crooks no matter what. When they deviate from the pattern, that means they are up to something.

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  3. Jenny Hatch says:

    Happy Valentines Day Treepers!

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Folks the data is telling a whole different story about November 2018! The Tax Reform Bill has and will continue to be the greatest gift to the Republican Party. Polls that were showing a Democrat +15 to +18 advantage as of December 2017 on a generic ballot (for November 2018) have been completely washed away. For the first time today, a poll has Republicans up 1 on a generic ballot.

    Larry Schweikart updated his registration data in all the battleground states. Other than Colorado, Republicans are on the rise while Democrats are dropping:

    January/February voter registration changes, battleground states (Keep in mind these can reflect gains of one party or the other, both parties, or losses of both parties due to purging of voter rolls). These numbers are the NET CHANGE since November 2016:

    1) IOWA – Republicans +15,000 net
    This represents a continued increase in Republican net advantage, up 1,000 since December 2017

    2) PENNSYLVANIA – Republicans +84,000
    This represents a decline of about 2,000 for Republicans since December 2017 / Democrats have lost over 250,000 off the rolls in PA since 2012

    3) NORTH CAROLINA – Republicans +65,000
    This represents a continued increase in Republican net advantage, up 1,000 since December 2017 / Democrats have lost 78,000 since Election Day 2016

    4) ARIZONA – Republicans +16,000
    In a state where both parties gained, Republicans up gross 23,000, Democrats up gross 7,000 / This represents continued Republican growth, up 2,000 since December 2017

    5) NEW HAMPSHIRE – Republicans +7,000
    This represents an additional 1,000 since December 2017 in a state PDJT only lost by 1,500.

    6) FLORIDA – Republicans +74,000
    Republicans have gained an additional 3,000 since December, slowing down slightly from their 6,000 per month average / Democrats have lost 107,000 off their rolls (Puerto Ricans coming into Florida to vote Democrats is a MYTH)

    7) NEVADA – Republicans +22,000
    Republicans have gained 2,000 since December 2017, a steady trend since November 2016

    8) NEW MEXICO – Republicans +13,000
    No change since December of 2017

    9) MAINE – Republicans +1,000
    No change since December 2017

    Summation: *In the battleground states for which we have voter ID by party, states that PDJT won have ALL seen Republican net gains vs. Democrats since 2016. *in every one of these gains except PA (December 2017 only), Republicans have gained every month since 2016. *In 4 states PDJT lost, Republicans have shown significant gains (NM, NV, NH & ME). Including well more than enough to capture NH in the next election and likely NM and NV. *The only battleground state that isn’t trending Republican is CO (Democrats +1,000)

    Anyone see a blue wave?

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    • fleporeblog says:

      From the article linked above:

      President Donald Trump’s tax plan continues to succeed for Americans despite the negative press it often receives.

      In January alone, the government collected more taxes than ever before for that month, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement. The Treasury just released numbers and they reveal that the federal government ran a surplus for the month.

      The Treasury brought in approximately $361 billion in total tax revenue for the month of January and managed to only spend roughly $311.8 billion. This means it ran a surplus of over $49.2 billion.

      From the article linked above:

      – The nationwide survey found voters split at 47 percent when asked if they approved or disapproved of the job Trump is doing as president.

      – April was the last time Trump had a positive net approval rating, according to Morning Consult/Politico polling.

      Muh Russia is killing the Democrats! Great video:

      From the article linked above:

      Currently, the GOP enjoys a +1 point lead on the generic poll. A full 39 percent say they would choose a Republican over a Democrat in their respective district, while 38 percent said the same about the Democrat. Only 23 percent remain undecided.

      In the past, on this same poll, Democrats have enjoyed leads ranging from two to ten points.

      While this is the first poll in a long time giving the GOP an advantage, it is in keeping with the overall trend in other polls that have moved towards Republicans. One month ago, Democrats enjoyed a double digit lead. That has now shrunk to less than seven points.

      Helping congressional Republicans is the fact that voters trust them more on key issues such as creating jobs (+9) and immigration (+6). The GOP also has a stunning +19 point lead on the issue of national security. Even on the issue of health care, where Democrats usually swamp Republicans, that lead has shrunk to just four points.

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      • Binkser1 says:

        That’s great news, Fle. The only thing that worries me is turnout. The Left is motivated by hatred, which is a powerful emotion, and, I believe, they will turn out in droves (or the Left will make them turn out in droves with handouts, busing, etc.) We’ve seen in some of these special elections the lack of urgency to get out and vote on our side. Granted, special elections are a different animal and I know the Left (Soros, etc.) are funding and trying to win certain special election races. We have to make sure that all of our like-minded friends and family turn out for the primaries (to try to get rid of the RINO’s) and then the general in November.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Keep these two points in mind:

          Also the money difference between Republicans and Democrats is HUGE! Look at what the RNC is already doing in 22 states:

          Also:

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            One thing to keep in mind. Obama’s OFA has been getting huge donations even though the DNC has not. Hopefully, he is using his ill gotten gains to illegally fund his lifestyle, but if he and Eric Holder are using that and Soros’ money on their redistricting Congressional districts scheme it could still cause us a whale of a problem in the House.

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            • piper567 says:

              Sylvia, my thoughts mirror your concerns.
              Got an mail from an acquaintance today who is old-school info type.
              She forwarded n article by Krauthammer re ozeros’ organization and it actions, being run right down the street from the WH.
              I told her that I was happy re Word getting out (Krauthammer’s article was actually pretty good; it surprised me). And. OH, I am!
              This is, imo, where a part of soros’ $$$ is going, and I hear State level AGs are another target, as well as all of these redistricting actions.

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          • sunnydaze says:

            DNC is broke, that’s TRUE.

            But! It’s *very* deceptive, because $$ is going instead to Individual Candidates……in a BIG way.

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          • chojun says:

            The potential downside to this though is that if the Koch network is involved, it’ll be somewhat difficult to get MAGA-trade and MAGA-immigration candidates on the ballot.

            Republicans are potentially going to be in great shape but it’s going to take some time before MAGA is a firm part of the political donor networks for the GOP.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Feel free to pass this along to friends and families!

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      • paulraven1 says:

        Ridiculous. It should be 70-30 in Trump’s favor. All due to the effing media’s lies.

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        • fleporeblog says:

          Slowly but surely the tide is swinging! Keep in mind these same polls are biased against our President. You can add 10 points to any approval %.

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          • paulraven1 says:

            There is conflicting empirical data. The seat in Florida that just flipped to democrats is the 36th flip since Trump was elected. This democrat won by 8 in a district that went for Trump by five. It is very hard to extrapolate from national or even state polls how each district will go. The hard, cold facts are that the opposition party is generally far more motivated in the midterms.

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            • rick says:

              And Soros is financing as many campaigns as possible at the grassroots level..

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            • Kintbury54 says:

              I believe they are cheating again. I am not going to believe they have such a large percentage of turn out. Something else is going on.

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              • Summer says:

                Cheating — sure. But that’s not the whole story. D are well-organized, motivated and generoisly funded by Soros money while R are being told to “believe” that everything is great, DNC is broke and “D party is losing support.” That is how voters become complacent and stay home.

                The reality is D are flipping red districts — with Trump’s economy booming and “D party losing support” — and if that is not alarming for Conservatives then I don’t know what is.

                Democrat turnout is going to be huge, make no mistake about it. Plus voter fraud. If Republicans fail to get voters to the polls, they will lose seats.

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      • Troublemaker10 says:

        The surplus in January proves it can be done. And that is great news! However, that was before the budget passed with spending increases. They need to get spending under control. I realize that the timing may not be right as we approach critical midterm elections….but they have to take it on soon.

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    • Landslide says:

      Fle, where would I find Schweikart’s registration data?

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    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Yet the Democrats keep winning elections, their candidates being flooded with money they are not supposed to have. Rush is talking about this now.

      You and I don’t see eye to eye on this. To the Left, Trump is on every ballot. We don’t understand that yet.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        Wish the Right would start understanding that “Trump is on every Ballot”, too.

        Trump cannot “get it all done” without support, from the ground up. He cannot change everything By.Himself.

        Local Elections *Matter*. State Elections Matter.

        Now is not the time for Trump supporters to sit back and relax. Get the people in office who will help him help us.

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      • Oldschool says:

        Exactly eric. Not about the money or voter fraud, it’s enthusiasm, and yes against Trump. The first thing we need to do is stop being blind to this, blaming everything else. The next thing, we cannot do, it’s up to Trump and his comm team. Our voters need to be excited and emotionally charged to vote FOR something. These local elections absolutely do matter and they are the pulse of larger elections. Ignore at great risk.

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      • fleporeblog says:

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    • EternalVigilanc3 says:

      Fle, I came across this last night. Thought you may be interested. The daily beast got a hold of some DNC research about the GOP machine. This t watter thread lays it out without having to read the Daily Beast.
      (I put a space after the //’s)
      https:// mobile.twitter.com/davealvord164/status/963448913268224002

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    • trialbytruth says:

      More like a blue haze in Colorado. Why do you think they call it dope.

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    • wjb105 says:

      Don’t be fooled. Donna Brazile has said months ago that Democrats will go after every state and county. They seem to be organized and fired up. Plenty of money locally. Soros is investing his billions too (he said so in Davos). Are working at it for more than a year. Republicans seem to be sleeping or distracted by all the corruption stuff. Maybe the Republican elites want a Democrat majority to stop PDJT. Who knows? PDJT has shown the way towards a great future for the Republican Party and how to destroy the Democrats. The elites however are not willing (seemingly).

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      • singingsoul says:

        We cannot become complacent because Obama is a master of deception. He is holding the money and Holder is his accomplice always remember the damage they did and no one noticed.
        They are dangerous and are going to be problems. Local elections are very import and and much damage can be done locally. Remember sanctuary cities…?

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      • Michael J. Machnica says:

        Many people do not understand that the elites own both the red team and the blue team. They don’t care who is in power – they get the legislation they want. In the meantime, we the people get no national reciprocity, SAGA (Second Amendment Guarantee Act), etc. with Republican majorities because it is not a priority of Ryan or McConnell.
        Jimmy Carter said in August 2015 (after his brain cancer diagnosis) that the USA is run by an oligarchy.
        Trump usurped the establishment’s plan for another Bush vs. Clinton match.That is why for the first time in history you had all the living presidents come out against him.
        Newt Gingrich came right out on FOX News one evening and said that “he has not received the initiation”.
        I could not believe that. He did an “Evelyn Farkas” to the elites before Evelyn Farkas [did it to Brennan & Clapper].
        The establishment is dug in – they want the Republicans to lose in 2018 so there will be gridlock and they will wait him (PDJT) out.

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  5. duchess01 says:

    Live | The White House – 02/14/2018

    2:30 PM EST

    Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

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  6. FofBW says:

    My recent observation is we have had a few of the Uniparty/GOPe congressmen SEEM to have made overtures of joining MAGA. Then turn around and smack us with the reality.

    They just put on sheep’s clothing to suit their and the Globalists needs.

    IMO, PT knows this and uses it to his/our advantage to get things done. I doubt he is disappointed or surprised as some of us are when they remove their disguise.

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  7. SeekerOfTruth says:

    More Mulvaney smoke I was referring to the other day.
    New White House Budget Would Bail Out Obamacare
    http://dailysignal.com/2018/02/13/new-white-house-budget-bail-obamacare/

    In a disappointing turn of events, the administration’s budget also allows for $11.5 billion in bailouts to health insurance companies participating in the Obamacare health insurance exchanges. This outrageous idea is completely inconsistent with President Donald Trump’s previous comments about ending bailouts to insurance companies—and his budget’s call to repeal and replace Obamacare.

    To make matters worse, the proposal both asks for an appropriation and proposes to put the program in the mandatory baseline—indicating that insurers are to be the beneficiaries of federal funding as a form of entitlement.

    And there’s more bad news: The idea is to exempt the $11.5 billion corporate welfare payment from budget sequestration, meaning federal spending on the program will be allowed to exceed the caps Congress just agreed to last week.

    ==> This is particularly disturbing if true and implemented.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      The WH budget is NEVER voted on by congress. Paul Ryan said this when the WH presented their last budget.

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    • Oldschool says:

      I am a fairly realistic person and someone who has gotten clobbered with o care premiums for the past 5 years. I completely understand why Trump was unable to repeal (I was never on board with “replace”) ocare and can accept that for now, but reimbursing insurance companies? Nope, not what I voted for. If this is true and moves forward, cannot swallow that one.

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  8. John Adams says:

    The one thing that may convict you or make you feel uncomfortable, but will never betray you is truth. There is much speculation and dam little truth anymore. Morning angst.

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  9. MVW says:

    Trump is doing the work to MAGA and seems to have given the 2018 midterm election to GOP machine. What could go wrong?

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  10. lawton says:

    One note about those FL registration numbers. I remember someone looking into that after the 2016 election because he thought Trump would win by a bigger margin there and he said that a bunch of Puerto Ricans had registered as Indies in FL after 2012 though the 2016 election in places like Orange and Broward counties and voted for Hillary big time so that is the one state the registration numbers can be misleading.

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  11. lawrencepaul1 says:

    It just keeps getting worser and worser for the DNC.

    BuzzFeed Suing DNC For Proof They Were Hacked
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-14/buzzfeed-suing-dnc-proof-they-were-hacked

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  12. Gil says:

    Our new embassy in Mexico City just broke ground and its costing almost 1 BILLION DOLLARS. Un freaking believeable. Ar least it has an art museum. Go figure. Who got paid off?

    “MEXICO CITY — Work has begun on the long-awaited new United States Embassy in Mexico City that will be one of the most expensive in the world at nearly $1 billion.

    The $943 million embassy is expected to be completed in 2022, when the U.S. will leave its current building on the Mexican capital’s grand Paseo de la Reforma boulevard, which has been a regular site of marches and protests over the years.

    U.S. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson and Mexico City Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera participated in the ceremonial ground-breaking at the 8.5-acre (3.4-hectare) site in western Mexico City on Tuesday.”

    http://www.tribtown.com/2018/02/13/lt-mexico-us-embassy/

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/us-embassy-mexico-city-fiasco/

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  13. lawrencepaul1 says:

    The French.

    Macron Walks Back Syria Attack “Red-Line” Comment
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-02-14/macron-walks-back-syria-attack-red-line-comment

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  14. fleporeblog says:

    We are two weeks away from the 2nd revision of the 4th Quarter GDP! I have every reason to believe it will be readjusted to 3.0% or higher (I predict 3.2%). If that occurs, our President can state that his administration in Year 1 was able to do what hasn’t been done since 2004, 3 consecutive quarters of 3% or higher GDP.

    From the article linked above:

    The U.S. Census report on manufacturing and trade statistics showed a stronger than expected build in business inventories, rising 0.4% compared to the 0.3% median forecast.

    The report is welcomed news for those waiting and watching for widely-expected upward revisions to fourth quarter (4Q) gross domestic product (GDP). The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) will post the second estimate for 4Q GDP on February 28 and the final reading on March 28.

    The Atlanta Federal Reserve just adjusted their 1st Quarter forecast from 4.0% to 3.2%.

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    • NotIdeal says:

      There are 5 ways people measure the economy:

      1.) Their paychecks — Good job so far.
      2.) Their savings accounts — too soon to impact this.
      3.) Unemployment rate — It was low when DJT took office. Hard to push it lower.
      4.) Stock market
      5.) GDP — People can’t define it but they know it means growth in the economy.

      The proof of a good economy in 2018 is in paychecks and GDP. Must have both.

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  15. youme says:

    Masked antifa walking around pepper spraying people ….meet joe deplorable

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  16. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Looks like he pulled the short straw.

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  17. Sylvia Avery says:

    Another day, another heartwarming tale about illegals here doing jobs Americans won’t!

    Looking at the ages of the miscreants, one wonders if they are Dreamers or DACA eligible? Certainly part of that splendid cohort of 1.8 million we are eager to provide citizenship to!

    “…Three restaurant workers are accused of sexually assaulting a woman who was incapacitated and physically helpless after drinking a large amount of alcohol, authorities said.

    Rene Jimenez, 29, Luis Tenecela, 20, and Emeterio Castelan, 35, all of East Rutherford, are charged in an attack on the woman Feb. 5 in East Rutherford, according to Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo…

    The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has placed detainers on Jimenez and Castelan, who are both citizens of Mexico, according to jail records.”

    http://www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/2018/02/restaurant_workers_accused_of_sexually_assaulting.html#incart_river_home

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      Oh, Sylvia. There is a nugget in here: “who are both citizens of Mexico.”

      I hate the term “illegal immigrants.” They are not immigrants!! Those people come here legally. And that term just gives the protesters the opportunity to hold up their cute little “people are not illegal” signs.

      Don’t like “illegal aliens” either. They didn’t come from Mars. And don’t even get me started on that “Dreamer” garbage!

      So…what term to use to properly describe these people? And this is it. For example: DACA registrants are mostly citizens of Mexico, in the U.S. illegally. The driver, who was arrested, is a citizen of Mexico, in the U.S. illegally. The shooter is a citizen of Honduras, in the U.S. illegally. Etc. Etc.

      THAT is how to describe these people. They are citizens of other countries, in our country illegally.

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      • boogywstew says:

        You have seized on something that I never, ever saw mentioned before! That is an EXCELLENT point. I will do my little part and use that whenever possible but many MSM sources avoid mentioning where the perps originated.

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      • SurroundedintheNW says:

        Invaders. These two would allegedly be Mexican Invaders.

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  18. Dora says:

    The genius of Trump’s food stamp proposal: You’re not supposed to like being on food stamps

    http://canadafreepress.com/article/the-genius-of-trumps-food-stamp-proposal-youre-not-supposed-to-like-being-o

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    • KBR says:

      Maybe Michelle’s school lunch menu research would be a great way to keep it Bipartisan…😏

      Liked by 4 people

    • Nancy says:

      I loved that free cheese we used to get whenever they had a surplus. It made the best sandwiches.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      EAT YOUR SPINACH – IT’S GOOD FOR YOU!

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    • Kaco says:

      Maybe we’ll fill our manufacturing base this way.

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      • TPW says:

        Lets not forget Sundance’s article on why food cost are so high……..most of these people work or at least in Alabama they do…..just can’t afford the cost of eating non processed food. Lets start our objections with Big agriculture pricing our food to supplement other countries and next we can start in on our politicians for outsourcing decent jobs instead of humiliating those who are truly facing hard times. Left gives out too much to undeserving people but the right needs a little “there go I but by the grace of GOD”….they are all moochers until it is someone in your family…..

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        • Kaco says:

          I was referring to Sundance’s post on Ron Johnson’s remarks, how government is giving it so good, no one wants to work, plus how much we stress as a society a four year college degree. There are a lot of young men in the inner city and also impoverished rural areas that could be gainfully employed.

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  19. FofBW says:

    PT has been have several of business meetings this week….inviting the press as well.

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  20. phoenixRising says:

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  21. duchess01 says:

    TIME CHANGE – Live | The White House – 02/14/2018

    3:00 PM EST

    Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

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  22. Dora says:

    RUSH LIMBAUGH: Gen. Flynn Indictment Part of ‘One of the Most GIGANTIC Political SCANDALS of our LIFETIME’

    http://thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/rush-limbaugh-gen-flynn-indictment-part-one-gigantic-political-scandals-lifetime/

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  23. Dora says:

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Ya know…these two were probably the base line for the other crooks who married other crooks…Page , etc…look how it worked out for them….if he wasn’t a pervert, we may have never known..
      “Hey…look how it worked for Huma”….”Let’s get em all married to each other” “Great Idea”

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      • joninmd22 says:

        The Clinton’s were the baseline for uber corruption. there’s no Doubt Huma needed someone just as effed up as she is for he spouse.

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        • 🍺Gunny says:

          But you have to give it to Huma… a little…getting that close to someone who smells like urine, booze…and cabbage….takes discipline…nah….

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          • joninmd22 says:

            Hillary probably wasn’t that bad when they first got together…Probably.

            That and Huma was always on a mission for the Brotherhood. No sacrifice was to great to get close to Clinton.

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  24. John Doe says:

    Per the Trey Gowdy announcement of investigating the Rob Porter stuff…1) Tammy Bruce on Fox said she thinks it’s a smack back at the FBI and 2) Thomas Paine on Twitter cited this article: https://truepundit.com/fbi-officials-mccabe-fbi-withheld-intel-year/

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Oh definitely… which is what caused me to change my opinion of Wray… he’s black hat imho. I truly don’t see how anyone in DC FBI Hdqtrs. is white hat, and that includes entry level… regular guys.

      A fish rots from the head down… and this one is past its expry

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      • John Doe says:

        Either he’s black hat or he said what he said at the hearing yesterday to get Gowdy to look into it. I still don’t know and I usually have an opinion and am kind of a black/white thinker on everything.

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  25. phoenixRising says:

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  26. Sandra-VA says:

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/14/third-white-house-official-resigns-after-being-told-he-wouldnt-qualify-for-full-clearance-409246

    “George David Banks, who had served since February 2017 as special assistant to the president for international energy and environmental policy, told POLITICO that he was informed by the White House counsel’s office Tuesday that his application for a permanent clearance would not be granted over his past marijuana use.”

    Also from that article, there are about 3 dozen in the WH with interim clearances… expect MORE articles declaring so and so did xyz.

    This is ridiculous!

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      “A former CIA analyst who also previously worked at the State Department and the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Banks emerged last year as the administration’s lead policy expert on the Paris climate change agreement, and he played a key behind-the-scenes role in the months-long internal debate over whether to remain in the pact.

      A former Obama administration official who worked on personnel and vetting issues said the Obama White House usually only denied clearances when there was both past drug use and a lack of full disclosure.

      White House officials say they have been left largely in the dark about how chief of staff John Kelly intends to address the interim clearance issue going forward.

      “The whole thing is just demoralizing,” a White House official told POLITICO, arguing that Banks was a victim of the Porter firestorm. “I think a lot of us are scratching our heads.””

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    • James F says:

      Gosh, do you think maybe the FBI is retaliating against the Trump White House by denying security clearance for petty reasons that would would have disqualified Obama and his staff?

      Liked by 3 people

    • tazz2293 says:

      And yet Choom Boi was allowed Top Secret Clearance having not been vetted, with public documented evidence of his marijuana use, allegations of sexual deviancy, sealing all his records, never providing a birth certificate to name just a few.

      I’d burn it all down and start over if I could

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    • piper567 says:

      rules need to be changed, and they are or are not.
      until they are, the black hats file them, and then use them as needed.
      Flynn “lied”, and iirc, Sessions “left something out”, bc these minions never forget a potential advantage over their enemies.
      All they care ab is manipulating others.
      They have no souls.

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  27. kinthenorthwest says:

    OK if this has been posted before I apologize. Did you all read about the Vegas Autopsy?
    This shooting & story is getting really creepy.
    Las Vegas Shooting Suspect Died at Noon on Day After Massacre, Autopsy Finds
    https://www.theepochtimes.com/las-vegas-shooting-suspect-died-at-noon-on-day-after-massacre-autopsy-finds_2438063.html

    On top of that 8 witnesses/people associated with shooting died in a month’s time.

    8 Las Vegas Shooting Witnesses Dead One Month After Attack
    http://yournewswire.com/8-las-vegas-witnesses-dead/

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I don’t understand why these stories keep circulating. Is the investigation closed?

      Not going to Las Vegas until this has been explained. Was going to go but there has been no logical explanation and these articles are not helping.

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    • Kaco says:

      I’m not sure these are credible news sources- yournewswire for one has been panned here before, never heard of the other one. Any from the LV local papers?

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  28. Dora says:

    Oh no! Not him again!

    =====

    ADAM SCHIFF UNHINGED – Claims He Has ‘More Non-Public Evidence’ of Trump-Russia Collusion, Obstruction (VIDEO)
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/adam-schiff-unhinged-claims-non-public-evidence-trump-russia-collusion-obstruction-video/

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  29. kinthenorthwest says:

    Damn another school shooting…
    May the good Lord be with them all. Praying the good Lord holds all affected in his healing comforting hands.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        things in America have gone wacko.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Years of first-person-shooters for kids are working as intended. Military psychologists and psychiatrists tried to warn back during Beelzebubba’s reign.

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          • Gil says:

            Mine does not have an i pad, or full tv access or watch much beyond what I let him on youtube. He asked to watch God bless America, God Bless the USA, and yankee doodle yesterday. People are shocked that I dont let him have that stuff.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Good for you! Very smart. Make ONE step down that road, and bad stuff follows.

              This is a good jumping-off point in a lesson about subversion, be that at a national level, or just a small “artistic” level (games, art, whatever).

              Subversion works by a combination of bait, message, and ridicule of concerns. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it. The entire 1960’s and 1970’s was FILLED with subversion, that rode in on the frozen American hypocrisies of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Alinsky did a FREEZE on the good parts of America – freeze them on a bad course – lock them in – and then moved his culture warriors past it all. Kennedy would have been smart enough to end the draft immediately – the RIGHT culture warrior move to begin a counter-offensive on Vietnam. Killing JFK and dropping things into Johnson’s lap was clearly a two-front win for the communists.

              Plenty of us are innocent as doves. Not all are wise as serpents. And some ARE snakes. Johnson was a harmless snake with no clue. The fact that he had “Alarm Bells” Brezhinsky working for him – NOW can be seen for what it was – a world-class mistake.

              That may seem disconnected, but it’s not. Subversion by communism is real, constant, and most of the people who carry it out have NO IDEA they are doing it. THAT is the critical point of view that McCarthy lacked – and he was easily baited to think he was striking commies when it was just poor innocent dupes, who make excellent human shields and propaganda.

              SO – all those game developers doing that wonderful stuff – they think – they have no clue. Herd them all in the right direction at some company and sneak one REAL cultural Marxist into the mix, urging them toward more deep psychological damage in the teenage users – and it’s a done deal. How do you find ONE core cultural Marxist embedded in a company of hundreds of people? How do you point and say “communism is doing this intentionally?” You can’t.

              The organized crime of communism is brilliant because the smoking gun is made of smoke itself. You will never find it by normal methods of investigation. But once you learn how to see the diffuse evil intelligence, it’s easy to source it back to its focal points – protected by utter plausibility, self-deceit, and no paper trail.

              What protects against it?

              GOD. Like sunlight to vampires.

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    • Michael J. Machnica says:

      The dirty little secret of this type of thing is invariably almost, if not all, of these people are on (or have been) on some type of psychiatric medication. A couple of years ago there was an analysis of that by someplace like Infowars. If you have 1 million or 10 million people on something messing with the brain chemistry, things are bound to happen with a few.
      That little factoid from the anti-gun MSM is never mentioned as being involved or a factor.
      I am not putting that as the whole cause. Undoubtedly, many of them probably have a confluence of multiple factors. I am not going to put the blame on video games, either.
      Back in the 1950’s and even into the 1960’s, students on the rifle shooting team brought guns to school on a regular basis. These mass shootings were unheard of. What changed?
      I heard in the past year or two that there were a couple of sentences in President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell speech that have been left off most renderings. I am referring to his warning America about the Military-Industrial Complex. Supposedly he also mentions the Pharmaceutical Industry as well. Even the Beatles were singing about that (“mother’s little helper”) era where Valium was handed out like vitamin pills.

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  30. * * * today’s deep state resistance swamp traitor awards * * *

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    • Deb says:

      Omarosa isn’t smart enough to be “deep state.” And yes, I know the bar set by the Deep State is low.

      Liked by 5 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Amen. And Wray is no swamper. I’ve got all the bona fides I need on that one.

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      • yeah, omarosa is dumb as a rock, but a unique opportunity for them because of her relationship to Trump and because she penetrated the administration

        a small time operative, the shadow government psychopaths like to use characters like omarosa to push their “street” type agenda – she’s a step below most entertainers and musicians / like jay z beyonce eminem lady gaga madonna who despite their stupidity (and because of it) have ascended the globalist ladder, and who in turn are a step below the Hollywood crowd who are some the most powerful and highest level (visible) deep state actors out there…

        I’m actually not really sure whether the thug puppet media controls Hollywood (with their CGI VR special effects), or vice versa…but either way, both are crafting and engineering our reality…relentlessly

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Great post! I love the way you are analyzing this – layers and big/little. The level of deep state on these players is a huge sliding scale. She was small-time, but she got inside.

          Hollywood is fully weaponized, and going anywhere near it is a dangerous proposition, now that it has been so subverted by the bads. Omarosa and Joy Villa are like thin race cards used to jimmy a door open. Are they on your side? Are they REALLY on your side? SNAKES. Beware.

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    • Kaco says:

      What the heck is up with Omarosa? She was let go but it looks like she’s turned into an attention whore. She had seemed professional and dignified before, now she’s a loser?

      The entire morning of Fox and Friends was every ten minutes about Pence and Joy Behar and Omarosa, I had to turn it off.

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  31. The Boss says:

    A document preservation order was filed in the Flynn case today. Expect more later, when everyone is done harping on Porter.

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  32. tazz2293 says:

    Active shooter at Florida High School

    reports of up to 20 shot

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  33. IMO says:

    Strzok May Have Broken Classified Rules | The Daily Caller
    http://dailycaller.com/2018/02/08/strzok-cell-phone-scif/

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  34. duchess01 says:

    TIME CHANGE – Live | The White House – 02/14/2018

    4:00 PM EST

    Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

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  35. Marygrace Powers says:

    Wonder if the Florida shooting is a distraction?

    Broward County is part of D Wasserman Schultz district.

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  36. wolfmoon1776 says:

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  37. Piper77 says:

    Kids today are so fukked up. These school shootings..what the hell?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Raffaella says:

      3 2 1:

      Any moment now, crazy dems on MSNBC and CNN will blame the shooting on Trump.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kaco says:

      This is how some kids today alleviate their angst. Take lethal revenge on anyone who has hurt their feelings or just on anyone around. I hope some day this trend will pass.

      If it isn’t a false flag. The schools are barricaded as it is. I look back wistfully at the good old days with the school open all day to anyone because everyone was level-headed.

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      • Kaco says:

        I saw a golf cart, is that what you’re referring to? At the time, they were only reporting 20 people injured. I don’t know, I kind of said it as a disclaimer.

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  38. patrickhenrycensored says:

    UPDATE: SHOOTER IDENTIFIED at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School – 20-50 Injured – Police say ‘Nicholas Cruz’ – IN CUSTODY!
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/02/update-shooter-still-large-marjory-stoneman-douglas-high-school-20-50-injured/

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  39. Sandra-VA says:

    They got the shooter in Florida! Looks to be light skinned. One kid was telling a reporter that he was 19 or 20 yrs old… (what was he still doing as a student?). A report that a teacher was killed shielding a student. 20 to 50 shot…

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  40. Pam says:

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  42. Donna in Oregon says:

    Say what you will about corporal punishment but before the Dr. Spock crowd people liked their kids better than their pets.

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  43. Sean says:

    I don’t know where else to post this, but an incredibly popular pro-Trump page is being taken over, and I’m not sure if people are realizing it. The_Donnald group on reddit is being censored and manipulated, and this is the best place I could think of to see if any one else is aware. The_Donnald is used by many for news regarding the deep state. Just recently, the page has been getting flooded with new posts, which are convincingly pro-trump but distracting and irrelevant to serious issues, making it incredibly difficult for serious discussions to form. Normally, there is a new post made about once every 10-20 minutes. Currently, new posts are being made every minute or two. Also, any time I have made a post pointing this out, my post gets deleted. I have tried to hold a discussion about this on reddit, but it always gets deleted.
    I hope and believe that I am not the only one here to have noticed this.

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    • Kaco says:

      I’m not sure, but first of all it’s The_Donald, with one n. They do a lot of sh_t posting, though.

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    • piper567 says:

      Sean, the folks at The_Donald have been on this for a looong time.
      Yest there was a detailed update in the comment section of a post…and maybe this is what you saw…They were way ahead of others in their id and understanding of this censorship deal. (They were a Major Advocate for freedom in the Net Neutrality kerfuffle.)
      They actually have an SOP for what they call Brigading, wherein they post memes which are guaranteed to offend cucks.
      And they do track patterns. bigly.
      The_Donald is the only reddit site, and their new one, /r/The_Congress, which is pro-Trump and does not allow any disrespect toward the President.
      So, they are of course always under attack.
      They spend a lot of time talking about censorship as it is on FB, ab Twitter stacking, and the way reddit manipulates them, changes upvote and downvote numbers, etc. and yes, dredges up new posts with no votes attached.
      They have by FAR the biggest audience of ANY other reddit sub, so I think their mods can protect them.
      as for sh!tposting, they are vey funny, and their sources, to include CTH (4x on front page of NEW tab yesterday) are usually pretty good.
      CTH comes up a lot in comment sections.
      Source of many of the memes we all enjoy.
      I have followed many lengthy comment threads, and only once in a while to I see “comment deleted by Spez”…not much more often than AdRem keeps it clean on the Open Thread. Usually the deletion has to do with a source of which they do not approve….and this info is in their rules.
      They ARE very strict ab rues, and post them in the sidebar. Recommended reading.

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