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

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  1. kathyca says:

    The JROTC program at the shooter’s HS is run by Peter Mahmood & J. Navarra. Mahmood’s linkedin says he went to Webster University in St. Louis.

    http://websterjournal.com/2016/11/01/muslim-students-find-acceptance-webster/

    Hmmm…Just sayin’

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  2. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Trump hosts bipartisan meeting with Congressional members on infrastructure

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  3. sunnydaze says:

    This man is running against Debbie Stabenow in MI. Big Trump supporter:

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  4. Pam says:

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  5. sunnydaze says:

    Another. March 13, PA. Saccone:

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  6. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    For people worried about the special elections, I would just say that the main focus now is on national-level seats. Of course, we don’t want to lose state-level seats. But, over time, we’ll do better in the states. For now, the key is not letting the Dems take the House or the Senate in Congress.

    In that regard, there were 7 special elections last year. Only one of them resulted in a party change, and that was Roy Moore (bad candidate who got sabotaged with the sexual allegations). So there was no blue wave last year.

    There are 4 House special elections this year. One of them is in Michigan, in a district I’m sure we won’t win (Conyers’ seat). The other three are GOP seats.

    The first of those special elections is in PA on March 13. So if you want to help out, donate to the GOP candidate there (Rick Saccone).

    As the tax cuts kick in and Muh Russia fades away, Trump and the GOP numbers will rise. We just need to hold the fort for now.

    But don’t buy into the hype. Many GOP’ers don’t get motivated for special elections. But they do vote reliably in normal midterm elections.

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    • fleporeblog says:

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        Thanks Flep! Keep up the good work! 🙂

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      • fleporeblog says:

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      • GB Bari says:

        I hope so Flep. However If you go to http://www.dlcc.org and check out the state election campaigns the Dems claim they’ve flipped 36 red seats to blue over the last 6 months or so. Very quiet in the media about this. Is GOP asleep at the wheel on these? Requires effective local ground strategies with adequate funding. IS GOP ignoring or funding and sending in help?

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        • fleporeblog says:

          VA is where the majority of that occurred!

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          • sunnydaze says:

            Flep, I really appreciate your enthusiasm. Really, I do. God knows it served us Very.Well. during the Primaries, etc.

            But we cannot afford to ignore the fact that 80,000 Registered voters in Sarasota did NOT vote last night….leading to a Democrat flipping that Red Seat to Blue.

            In short, it does not matter how popular Trump is if his supporters do not get off their butts and VOTE!

            Now we in FL. have to live with this Dem A$$ for goodness knows how long, cuz Trump supporters, smug in their “He’ll take care of it” attitude, couldn’t bother to GOTV.

            Every Election is Crucial. Every Single One.

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            • MakeAmericaGreat says:

              We do need to pump up turnout. That is critical.

              The Dems do have an energy advantage at the moment, and that has to be matched in the 2018 November elections (and hopefully also in the special elections before then).

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              • sunnydaze says:

                “The Dems have the energy advantage ATM”.

                Absolutely. THAT is where they have us “beat” right now.

                And there is no excuse for it.

                Dem voters are using “anti-Trump” to get the voters to the polls.

                Repubs need to use “pro- Trump” to get voters to the polls.

                If you want Trump to succeed, we need to elect people that support his agenda. Otherwise, it ain’t happening.

                That Dem in FL. who flipped the district last nite had anti- Trump support from across the country, calling local voters, writing, donating $ to get her voted in, etc.

                It was a “whole country” effort”.

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                • fleporeblog says:

                  I agree sunnydaze! However, the RNC has put plans in motion for November 2018. They are already on the ground in 22 states doing exactly what you are describing and that is getting the vote out. This video describes what they are doing.

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                • Deb says:

                  We need to volunteer locally, and don’t forget that you can make phone calls from your home for campaigns all across the country. It’s easy once you get the hang of it. Please consider volunteering.

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                • MakeAmericaGreat says:

                  There is no doubt about it, you’re right.

                  I will say this, however — the Dems are going ALL in for these special elections (Moore, the Florida one). My guess is they are doing so in order to create a “blue wave” narrative for November.

                  In reality, as the Nate Cohn post said, you cannot put so much effort on one race in November. There are too many races.

                  Now, all that said, I don’t want to rely on regular statistics (GOP turns out more than Dems in midterms) for November or be complacent. I’m just arguing against panic or over-reading specific results.

                  We have a lot of work to do. A lot. The Dems GOTV will be epic in November because people who are in line to be prosecuted NEED the House to be won so Trump can be impeached.

                  They are motivated, and they will do anything to GOTV and win the House (and the Senate).

                  So, we have our work cut out for us.

                  It starts next month in PA. We need to win that race.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          Virginia been trending blue for awhile. We lost 15 state delegate seats in November, very unexpected, though several were close races. Overall GOP control of the state is tenuous. Have majority by only one delegate seat. Senate races come up in 2019 – currently 21-19 in favor of GOP.

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          • WeThePeople2016 says:

            Some of those seats are in deep red districts and will be flipped back in two years, IMHO. The GOP in VA were asleep at the wheel and did not come out to vote because of the person on the top of the ticket, unfortunately.

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        • Tegan says:

          Rush talked about this today. Dims are winning local seats…flipping previously held GOP offices. Lots of money being poured into these elections…very quietly done. Where’s The GOP ground game?

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      • piper567 says:

        there he is! wanted him to pipe up!

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  7. kathyca says:

    Not seeing any Nick as part of the JROTC at that HS. Have I got the wrong thing? Or maybe it’s out of date. The ginger’s name is not Nick.

    http://www.eaglesbattalion.com/home.html

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  8. Pam says:

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  9. sunnydaze says:

    So is the Presidential Thread gonna be non-stop speculation/news re. the HS shooting in FL. for the rest of the nite?

    I’m wondering if maybe people could move those discussions to the Open Thread?

    Just a suggestion.

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  10. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Two other matters:

    – The Dow seems normalized now after the potential VIX (related index) manipulation has been called out.

    – Getting rid of any other people in the White House who may have trouble passing security clearance checks (except Kushner, who isn’t going anywhere) is not a bad thing. Shake them out now, so there are no more fake “scandals” later. The cleaner things are, the better. Even if it’s not fair, and a Dem administration would not be held to the same standard.

    The Gowdy House investigation of Porter is bunk, as others have said. But if he focuses on the FBI and “clears” the White House, fine. The GOP has to do this in order to protect themselves for the 2018 races. And with the GOP now up in the Generic Ballot, I get it.

    There is no danger in this as long as no one in the White House has lied about it. And there is no reason to think anyone has lied about it. The blame seems to be with the FBI for dragging its feet, and with the White House Personnel Security Office (or whatever it’s called). That is, the WHPSO never told Kelly or Trump or any senior staff all the information, it appears. And the WHPSO never made a final recommendation on Porter. Which makes sense, since they only got the FBI final report, apparently, in January 2018.

    Having the House look this over should effectively bury the story, so long as no one (Kelly, McGahn) lied. And the GOP gets to say “we care about women, too”.

    Fine.

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  11. Troublemaker10 says:

    Fox4kc reporting person of interest may have been troubled kid. Mental illness?

    http://fox4kc.com/2018/02/14/live-florida-school-shooting-students-being-treated/

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  12. yy4u says:

    Sen. Ted Stevens was railroaded in Alaska in 2008. His conviction was thrown out on eal for prosecutoral malfeasance. (Sound familiar Alabamans?) https://www.dcbar.org/bar-resources/publications/washington-lawyer/articles/october-2009-ted-stevens.cfm

    Guess who one of the prosecutors was? ANDREW WEISSMAN. http://observer.com/2015/01/in-andrew-weissmann-the-doj-makes-a-stunningly-bad-choice-for-crucial-role/

    If Mueller didn’t know Weissman is Weissman, then he doesn’t have the intelligence to be a special prosecutor.

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  13. yy4u says:

    Having trouble posting this. Trying again.

    Sen. Ted Stevens was railroaded in Alaska in 2008. His conviction was thrown out on eal for prosecutoral malfeasance. (Sound familiar Alabamans?) https://www.dcbar.org/bar-resources/publications/washington-lawyer/articles/october-2009-ted-stevens.cfm

    Guess who one of the prosecutors was? ANDREW WEISSMAN. http://observer.com/2015/01/in-andrew-weissmann-the-doj-makes-a-stunningly-bad-choice-for-crucial-role/

    If Mueller didn’t know Weissman is Weissman, then he doesn’t have the intelligence to be a special prosecutor.

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  14. Steve in Lewes says:

    There’s movement on the Gen Michael Flynn case. Another motion filed that gives Flynn and attorneys access to all info. Great links to threads like Imperator, Wictor, True Pundit, were on the Press Briefing thread, but I see that has now disappeared.

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    • phoenixRising says:

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    • Steve in Lewes says:

      Imperator_rex thread

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      • paulraven1 says:

        “If their great hero Mueller ends up indicting Strzok (probable)..”

        He can’t be serious. Not only not “probable”, inconceivable.

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        • AmericaFirst says:

          Agreed. No matter how much there is to see, Mueller and his posse will take great pains not to see it as regards any bad-acting emanating from the O Poser regime.

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      • tazz2293 says:

        If it is discovered that the Prosecution with held evidence, even if a plea agreement has been reached but sentencing has not occurred, isn’t that grounds for at the very least a mistrial or a dismissal of all charges?

        From what I understand, and I am no lawyer, because sentencing has not occurred the Judge can throw out the whole deal and either start from scratch, or declare a mistrial and start over, or dismiss the case with Prejudice.

        Prosecution cannot withhold evidence in a case. I know that for a fact. Yes, they do it all the time, they just don’t usually get caught.

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  15. phoenixRising says:

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      I really don’t understand why people are hyperventilating about this woman. She has one foot in her grave… let nature take its course. She can’t be removed. So just wait…

      I saw the Q post and I think it was just to remind people that she isn’t long for the world.

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  16. steph_gray says:

    In line at the supermarket, Enquirer headline: “Obama & Hillary ordered FBI to spy on Trump.”

    This. Is. Good.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Heads Up to Treepers in FL (and elsewhere?) who shop at Publix:

      If Publix is still “covering” N.E. mags at checkout line, *****Remove Cover****

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      • Stormyeyes says:

        I do it every time I go shopping. I have been since Trump decided to run. They have been covering them for a long time I not only uncover them, I take 2 or 3 out of that slot and put them in the front of other slots of magazines and smile……. (I feel no guilt)

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        • sunnydaze says:

          Publix instituted the “cover up” policy at some point during the Hillary v. Trump run-up. N.E. had some articles that were not putting a Halo over Ms. Hillary’s head and it pissed Publix management off.

          It was so weird, considering all their stores are in States in which Trump won the R.Primary – handily.

          I guess Publix is lucky that there are not many other places to grocery shop in FL.

          And yes, I too have NO problem removing the cover and putting it elsewhere. No guilt, just pride.

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        • You must have been at the Publix I just came from. Someone moved the cover to the Time magazine.

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      • tazz2293 says:

        In our Publix they had the Oprah mag on display next to the register. I pulled the cover off of the National Enquirer and placed it over the Oprah mag. The cashier asked me what I did, I told her I had to cover up the Oprah mag because Oprah offends me. Cashier said “She offends me too.”

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  17. wheatietoo says:

    These are brilliant:

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    • alligatriot says:

      Sorry, wheatietoo. I normally agree with most of your posts.
      I vehemently object to the second one above. It is abhorrent to me and very disturbing.
      I am better than my enemy.
      It wasn’t funny when the red-headed “comedienne” did it. I don’t think it’s funny when the role is reversed.

      Off my soapbox.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        I understand what you’re saying, alligatriot.
        And I agree with you.

        These reversals of the artwork are being done to illustrate the hypocrisy of the Left, who sees nothing wrong with such horrific depictions of their political opponents.

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  18. This is the 8th or 9th bail out since the housing crash. If a company cannot recover on its own after a couple years it is time to let it fail.

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  19. wheatietoo says:

    Nice. Very nice.

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  20. JoD says:

    Just read the Vanity Fair article brought to you by that worm Rinse Pubis.
    I remember when Pubis joined the team, most here thought it was a mistake.
    He seemed like such a Rino back-stabbing whore with very limited character.
    Well, we were right.

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  21. Bob Thoms says:

    Lou Dobbs hasn’t been on-air in 3 or 4 weeks; anyone know what is up?

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    • wheatietoo says:

      More like 2 weeks…but yeah, it’s very odd.
      They aren’t giving any reason for his absence, not a word.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        And he was gone three weeks at Christmas. It is most unusual for peeps with daily TV shows to take time off like that. I can only suppose it is health related but I can hardly bear to think about , and I just pray for him that he and his family are covered with God’s grace.

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      • Dixie says:

        Someone posted a tweet from him a couple of days ago.

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Yeah, his twitter account is as active as ever…posting the usual promos of his show and retweets of stories of interest.

          People are asking “Where’s Lou?” and “Are you okay, Lou?”
          But I haven’t seen any replies.

          I hope Lou is alright.
          It’s just odd that there is no reason given for his absence.

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    • steph_gray says:

      I’ve been wondering whether he read CTH, realized his Sessions bashing was mistaken, and is taking vacation trying to figure out what to say next about that.

      Oh and I like Lou, really do – I believe he is a very sincere PDJT supporter – but all that bashing is now likely to leave him eating a plate of crow…

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  22. phoenixRising says:

    twitter thread – https://twitter.com/mviser/status/963814387566940161

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  23. Pam says:

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  24. lawrencepaul1 says:

    The genius of Trump’s food stamp proposal: You’re not supposed to like being on food stamps
    https://www.theburningplatform.com/2018/02/14/the-genius-of-trumps-food-stamp-proposal-youre-not-supposed-to-like-being-on-food-stamps/

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    • The second video is very enlightening. The tax bill has some interesting facets to it that of course are never reported. So, here are all of these black leaders meeting with POTUS to create opportunities in their communities; in the meantime, the Congressional Black Caucus is refusing to meet with POTUS, keep trying to impeach him, are disrespectful to him and guests at the SOFU speech…blacks need to vote in some new reps in congress..they are poorly represented.

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  25. Sylvia Avery says:

    “The peculiarities of Obamagate keep growing.

    John Brennan, Obama’s CIA director, gives himself this description on his Twitter account: “Nonpartisan American who is very concerned about our collective future.” In other words, Brennan is still in the disinformation business.

    Liberal partisan who is very concerned about our collectivist future — that would be a more apt description for one of the most politicized CIA directors ever, whose ascent to the top of the CIA began with a lie-detector test in which he revealed that he was a supporter of the Soviet-controlled American Communist party.

    Brennan was the fox guarding the henhouse…”

    https://spectator.org/political-espionage-by-the-book/

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  26. Pam says:

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  27. Sylvia Avery says:

    Trump supporter Monica Crowley wrote a good overview of the Obama/Clinton scandals and how they are tied together even though we all know they hate each other:

    “…But something else, something more profound, drove their efforts: their urgency to preserve what Obama once called “the fundamental transformation of the nation” — a grand project much bigger than Obama himself or any other single figure. He largely fulfilled the long-held progressive ambition of changing the nation’s course, only to see Trump threaten to change it once again: not to return it to where it was pre-Obama, but to smash the corrupt existing order that had made their progressive advances possible.

    Obama knowingly and repeatedly sent communications to Clinton via her nongovernment, unsecured email and server. One assumes those emails involved classified information, not yoga schedules. That meant if Clinton were guilty of committing felonies, so was Obama. Because they were joined at the hip over this and other toxic controversies, such as Benghazi, she required protection in order to protect him. To this day, they survive or fall together. Hence, Obama’s support of her candidacy over his preferred choice, Joe Biden, and the necessity of the email cover-up….”

    http://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/373379-federal-abuses-a-growing-blight-on-obamas-legacy

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  28. Bendix says:

    Ann Coulter has done a lot of hard work, using her lawyerly skills to lay out the case against the “Russia” investigation:
    http://www.anncoulter.com/columns/2018-02-14.html#read_more
    Here’s an important point:
    “You want drug enforcement agents to be hungry to shut down drug cartels. You want organized crime prosecutors to be hungry to dismantle the mob. You want your maid to be hungry to clean your house. But the staff on a special counsel’s open-ended investigation of the president aren’t supposed to be hungry. They’re supposed to be fair.”
    I also like her use of the term “preposterous” to describe the dossier, because it is.

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  29. Pam says:

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  30. Pam says:

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  31. SeekerOfTruth says:

    The Sessions time schedule – nearing its end?? I hope so.
    1) Last year I suggested that for a number of reasons PDJT could not fire him in 2017. And that the likely time to get rid of Session would be Feb-March of this year.
    2) Last year many R’s in Congress were so upset with Trump and threatened him with massive retaliation if he fired Sessions.

    That time has arrived – to get rid of Sessions.
    1) Many R’s in Congress want Sessions gone now.
    2) But Sessions should not be fired. He should resign with whatever honor he still has left.

    Why?
    If he resigns with honor rather than being fired for cause, he can go back to his state and run for Senate and help to reclaim that Senate seat. All good.

    This from Sen Grassley proving how some in Congress have changed view on Sessions – from strong support to strong hate.

    Grassley rips Sessions for opposing criminal justice bill
    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/14/grassley-sessions-criminal-justice-410735

    It’s Senator Sessions talking, not a person whose job it is to execute law, and quite frankly I’m very incensed,” he told POLITICO.

    What Sessions’ letter “doesn’t recognize here,” Grassley added, “and why I’m incensed about it is, look at how hard it was for me to get him through committee in the United States Senate. And look at, when the president was going to fire him, I went to his defense.”

    The Iowa Republican said “all kinds of” potentially polarizing Justice Department nominees who have proven “very difficult to get through the United States Senate” have also landed in his lap as chief of the influential Judiciary Committee.

    ==> “If he wanted to do this,” Grassley said of Sessions, “he should have done what people suggested to him before: resign from attorney general and run for the Senate in Alabama again. We’d have a Republican senator.”

    Sessions gone in March?
    Resigns with grace to run for Senate again where he is more valuable. He has an excuse out now. R’s need his Senate seat back and he would look forward to working to reclaim that Senate seat for R’s. And he would be personally relieved to get out a job he clearly does not like or have the guts to do well.

    President Trump and many R’s would back his run for Senate again. All good. But he must leave with honor on his own to go run for Senate again.

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    • cozette says:

      Lol. Are you STILL falling for the Kabuki Theater deception around Sessions that Trump and his allies have been running for the past year? Good. Maybe the Swamp is still buying it too however people who have read Trumps favorite book, Art of War, which explains how to win via deception haven’t been fooled in a looooong time, if ever. I encourage you to start looking for recipes on how to prepare crow.

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  32. phoenixRising says:

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    • nigella says:

      What difference will that make, the media has already found President Trump guilty… besides she should be charged with blackmail

      Liked by 2 people

      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        I’m sure she just wants more money. But I wanted Trump protected as much as possible.

        The Left loves JFK and Bill Clinton, but of course they go berserk if anyone on the right has any moral challenges.

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      “Mr. Cohen’s statement on Tuesday acknowledging that he had sent the money to Ms. Clifford was linked to a deadline requiring him to respond to a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission.”
      ………………………………………………………………………………………………
      Doubt that Stormy can make make the NDC violation stick, under those circumstances.

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  33. jeans2nd says:

    Has anyone really been following AG Jeff and the Dept of Justice?
    There is much much more going on than just AG Jeff dozing on his porch.

    AG Jeff is continuing the tour of U.S. local LEO depts and DOJ offices. Mon 12 Feb 2018 AG Jeff spoke to the Nat’l Sheriff’s Ass’n and the Philadelphia Police Foundation.

    In every speech AG Jeff has remarks tailored to each individual local audience, mentioning local achievements and local heartbreaks, usually more LEO loss of life.

    At the Nat’l Sheriff’s Assn’n AG Jeff inserted a small para w/a small sentence, overlooked. Pls take a minute and read –
    “Right now, we’re trying to confirm a number of important component heads at the Department of Justice. That includes a new head of our Criminal Division, our Civil Rights Division, and our National Security Division. These are critically important components—and outstanding nominees. **Our nominee to lead the National Security Division was approved unanimously in committee. But because of one senator’s concerns over unrelated political issues—like legalizing marijuana—we can’t even get a vote.”**
    https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/attorney-general-sessions-delivers-remarks-national-sheriffs-association

    One id10t Senator is stopping Pres Trump’s DOJ nominee to clean up the corrupt DOJ Nat’l Security Division. Reflect on that a moment. Is it your Senator?

    Remember Ezra Cohen Watnick, and all the bellowing re: Watnick being booted from the NatSec Council?

    Listen to the first two minutes of AG Jeff’s speech to the Philadelphia Police Foundation. Listen carefully. Listen to the humongous applause at the very beginning. Hear how terrible AG Jeff is at making speeches 😉
    (AG Jeff really is terrible at making speeches, ya know)

    You will also hear where Ezra Cohen Watnick is right now. Is at 01:54.
    What do you suppose were the subjects Watnick and AG Jeff discussed on Mon?

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Thank you, jean, for posting this. I watched every second of it. I admire Sessions. He loves the Law. He’s a man of great erudition and he is going to accomplish great things in the DOJ.

      I find him to be a man of great principle and sincerity.

      MAGA

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      • jeans2nd says:

        We might debate the erudition part. Devotion to the law means more, imo. Some of us such as AG Jeff (and me!) just are not public speakers. No one can debate AG Jeff’s love for these guys, either.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Thank you jean… your posts are always informative.
      You’re preaching to the choir as far as my feelings about AG Sessions go…
      I check his activities at the DOJ site for press releases and speeches, don’t always read the speeches though.

      That’s quite a gem you found in his speech… I think I’ll take the time from now on to read his speeches, thanks to you!

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      That is Sen. Gardner of CO who said he would block all DoJ nominations until Sessions backs off on marijuana laws. This man needs to be thrown out of office.

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  34. phoenixRising says:

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  35. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Trump legal team builds case against Mueller interview, cites Clinton precedent
    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/feb/14/trump-lawyers-resist-robert-mueller-interview-cite/

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  36. Lucille says:

    From Judicial Watch…

    VA Sec. Against Prosecuting Army Vet for “Posting” U.S. Flag, Misled by Staff
    February 13, 2018 – Corruption Chronicles
    https://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2018/02/va-sec-prosecuting-army-vet-posting-u-s-flag-misled-staff/

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  37. Lucille says:

    Leaked Assange Messages Pour Cold Water On One Trump Collusion Theory
    http://dailycaller.com/2018/02/14/leaked-assange-messages-pours-cold-water-on-trump-collusion/

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  38. Pam says:

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  39. MaineCoon says:

    FTA: Justice Department official Bruce Ohr did not disclose Fusion GPS was paying his wife
    Ohr was demoted from his post after the information emerged
    Willfully falsifying government ethics documents can result in jail time

    There is so much dirt to be dug up.

    http://amp.dailycaller.com/2018/02/14/exclusive-doj-official-bruce-ohr-hid-wifes-fusion-gps-payments-from-ethics-officials/

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      “There is so much dirt to be dug up.”

      Everywhere we look. It is kind of daunting. The article said not disclosing the Fusion payments made to Nellie on Bruce’s DOJ Ethics forms could mean jail time right there. Wow, they are in so much trouble.

      I keep thinking how sloppy they were and then I have to remind myself with Hillary as Queen none of this would have mattered. Oops. Just taking a moment to reflect on the long faces on TV on Election Night. Ah…. SO satisfying.

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