March 24th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #429

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  1. Michelle says:

    My dad (who is 76) loves and supports Trump but is somehow also impressed w the “kids from Parkland” and how “well spoken” they are. Maybe because his grandkids are all in schools and he worries. However, today he said to me, “it was so impressive how those kids from Parkland arranged this whole march.” I couldn’t believe it! He actually believed that those kids set up the event and arranged all the buses etc and I’m sure he’s not the only person who actually thinks that. I told him, “well it was set up FOR them!” And it was as if the thought never occurred to him. I was so mad that people are getting tricked by these leftist groups that aren’t even honest about who is behind these demonstrations, and why.

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  2. LM says:

    I think everyone should take a good long look at the Hogg child and assess what they see…..tight mouth, set expression, closed mind, vulgarity, unreasonableness—and entrenched, consuming hatred and arrogance.

    This person is the product of a leftist upbringing and the quintessential picture of a Hillary/Obama supporter.

    Is he capable of thinking outside of his indoctrination….of thinking for himself in any way?
    Sadly, we may never know. He is pretty far gone.

    There, but for the grace of God, go all of our kids. The left, with Obama’s great help and inspiration, is working hard and relentlessly on this.

    The question we have to ask ourselves is…what are we going to do?

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      I agree. I think Hogg is a ticking time bomb. He is so full of anger and hatred. He has been brainwashed most likely all of his life. I also wonder what other part his parents played in his life. He does not appear to have had any type of normal upbringing. I am concerned that it will not take much to set this guy off and that he could be a danger to society, IMHO.

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    • BetsyRossRocked says:

      Home schooling then off to a trade school .

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      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        Well that is interesting. The kids/students that I know that were/are home schooled do not act like Hogg for the most part. They are usually much more respectful and easygoing.


        • BetsyRossRocked says:

          LM Asked what are we going to do …. ( to save our kids)….
          I responded with home schooling and off to a trade school .
          Every home schooled child I meet is respectful , intelligent
          and happy !
          Remember happy kids ? !

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    • If obama had a son …….

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    • apfelcobbler says:

      Indeed, he has a very distrurbing and menacing affectation. But the twerp is correct about one thing: enough is enough!

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    • JX says:

      He mouths the words of others. For example…

      “the FBI are some of the hardest working individuals I have ever seen in my life” – Really? How many hard working “individuals” have you seen in your vast experience? And what’s with the corporate speak?

      The NRA are “pathetic #@$ that want to keep killing our children” – “our children” says the child.


  3. MaineCoon says:

    This thread by Wictor is very interesting. It discusses Iran, Bolton, McMaster, ME, KSA and of course the center of attention is POTUS, with a mention of the Omnibus issue.

    Liked by 4 people

    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      From the Wictor thread:


      (20) Trump signs the omnibus spending bill and says that if you read if for 20 minutes, you’ll see why.

      Reading it for 20 minutes shows you that the military is being fully funded for the first time in years.

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    • Madison Grant says:

      Yeah, sorry but it’s hard for me to get all jazzed up about regime change in Iran when we’ve got the same group of corrupt globalist whores running our lives here as we did before January 20th 2017. Seems like more trying to fix the world instead of fixing America.

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      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        Here is what Wictor says about Regime change in Iran. Who is trying to fix the world?

        Thomas Wictor

        (15) And now Bolton will be the National Security Advisor.

        So here’s what happened: McMaster took care of North Korea. It’s done.

        He resigned because the US will not take a leading role in regime change in Iran.

        We don’t need an active-duty general for Iran.

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        • MaineCoon says:


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        • phoenixRising says:

          McMaster did nothing of the kind…
          POTUS took care of NK…

          Thomas is not always right… he knows alot about war – artillery, tanks, etc. etc.
          very little about politics… he even admits to that. He doesn’t know a thing about McMasters or he would never have given him credit for something he definitely did NOT do. grrrr

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        • wheatietoo says:

          I think Prince Salman and the KSA will take care of Iran.

          That is why they are buying all that military hardware from us.
          The Prince hates the current regime in Iran.

          Liked by 1 person

          • mariposa323 says:

            I’m not so sure that’s a good thing … it will unite Iranian people with the Regime if they feel that Saudis are coming for them … Rsgime change needs to happen oraganically with US support way way in the background .


    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Very interesting opinion! Thanks for posting it MC. I enjoyed reading it very much.


    • Sentient says:

      Wictor is a nut job. Trump didn’t run on regime change.


      • MaineCoon says:

        He never said that of Trump.

        From the thread:

        (4) In the past, the US position was to support those leaders who supported us.

        NOW, the goal is to create stable nation-states and not interfere in how those nations-states deal with OTHER nation-states.

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      • amwick says:

        Insanity and genius are kissing cousins. He pretty much admitted to severe ptsd, and a whole bunch of psycho meds. He seems to know a ton of some specialized military history, but beyond that I see him as a kind of philosopher.


  4. apfelcobbler says:

    I was having another closer look at President Trump’s presentation (it’s Bombard’s video). Does anyone else get the feeling Trump may have actually changed his mind before this was filmed? Of course we can’t possibly know, but he seemed annoyed beyond belief – but also also tentative – maybe for the first time I ever recall seeing. I’m wondering if Trump got some serious pushback from Wall Street – something to do with Big Money flinching about the tariffs. In other words, I’m wondering if Wall Street got freaked out over the trade negotiations – esp with the market dropping again. This would have put Trump into the unenviable position of having to change his mind in order to reassure the market.

    There was a weird thing that happened Thursday night – the business radio channels were full of American officials reminding the business leader audience that “this is [just] an opening position”, over and over, like it just wasn’t sinking in and people had to be reminded. There was some shock over China basically saying, “we can out wait the Americans”. Maybe Wall Street freaked out over this – they are not used to Trump style negotiating. Or maybe the Republicans withdrew some support (privately) in reaction to pushback.


  5. phoenixRising says:

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  8. sunnydaze says:

    If you need another excuse to ditch Starbucks, Eric Holder is schilling for them. They must be doing pretty badly to warrant this kind of attention from the Big Wigs

    Liked by 1 person

    • BetsyRossRocked says:

      People still go to Starbucks ?


    • Dabigragu says:

      Too bad Eric couldn’t get the administration he was working for to achieve gender pay equity.


    • Apfelcobbler says:

      Thank you Eric Holder, for being honest for the first time in your miserable career. Holder is revealing what drives corporate PC. It’s the threat of litigation from the DOJ Civil Rights Division. Google, MicroSoft, Starbucks, Apple, are not as nutty as they appear – they adapt uber-PC policies to ward off litigation from a government constantly breathing down their necks.

      Another terrible example is the DOE has been nearly destroyed with intimidating « Dear Colleague » letters to educators. Here we are now with children unable to debate and who need crayons and safe spaces.


  9. Another Interesting thread on the Omnibus bill and how the money will be spent.
    1) Let’s talk about what the President can and can’t do for this Omnibus Bill. There’s a lot of discussion both ways so let’s examine how money gets allocated & spent in the US Government:

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    • I guess that Discus includes the first few entries, I will leave off adding them the next time toavoid the double post. The thread discusses the effect of the Human Rights Emergency that Trrump has notified Congress that he’s invoking via the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.

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      • Keebler ac says:


        Anyone venturing here, please check the thread out..there is interesting detail

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  10. phoenixRising says:

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    • phoenixRising says:

      twitter thread

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    • Thanks for posting, this excellent video which I never would have seen. Good to hear two passionate, men with convictions respecting each other’s right to agree & to disagree.

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    • Minnie says:

      Excellent share, phoenix, thank you. Killer Mike speaks truths.

      “You can’t continue to be the lackey, people are accusing you of being a lackey of the NRA. Well, you’re a lackey of the progressive movement because you have never disagreed with the people who tell you what to do”.

      “You’ve never said to them wait, hold up, hold, hold, hold on – a football player just got shot by a white armed man for a traffic argument – a black teenage got shot by an armed white man in a gas station because he played his music loud – where were you then? Where?”

      “They’re going to progress us right off a cliff, they want to progress us into slavery”.

      “Our biggest celebrities are donating millions to a march, while our inner-city schools are in deplorable conditions. They’re donating millions to a march about gun control but yet we have communities that are in economic downfalls.”


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  11. I’m done. I might have to take a couple days off. All these posts/comments are giving me brain freeze.

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  12. Km says:

    We’re going to be starting work literally on Monday,” Trump said during an event Friday at the White House. “We have a lot of money coming to the border.”

    Liked by 6 people

  13. Donna in Oregon says:

    Just as a reminder for the MAGA effort for our beloved POTUS:

    As Uranium One heats up, please feel free to start investigating this other Clinton crminal referral to the FBI.

    Another “matter” mis-managed by Comey’s tenure:

    “During her stint as secretary of state under President Obama from 2009 to 2013, USAID (the U.S. Agency for International Development) made grants of more than $55 million to the International Youth Fund (IYF). The IYF supports expanding educational opportunities for disadvantaged young people around the world.”

    “On its board sits one Douglas Becker, owner of Laureate International Universities, a for-profit educational organization that was perfectly placed to benefit from USAID’s largesse of taxpayer monies. During Hillary’s administration Becker returned the favor by making gifts of between $1 million and $5 million directly to the Clinton Foundation. In addition, in 2010, Becker named Bill Clinton as “honorary chancellor” of his company, paying him more than $16 million for the privilege.”

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  14. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Pelosi and Pocahontas Trash Trump’s Transgender Military Ban

    Tweeters responded.

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    • phoenixRising says:

      Thanks Patrick…

      the last tweet is a keeper… something I was unaware of.

      “…MEDICALLY they can’t “handle the job”. Transitioning requires life long hormonal injections, which cause major side effects.

      Same reason why type 2 diabetics are medically discharged.

      Stop spreading Propaganda!

      Remember FACTS before FEELINGS. “

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  15. Marygrace Powers says:

    McCabe: I was ‘confused’ in interview with investigators/

    By Eileen AJ Connelly March 24, 2018 | 10:11pm

    “Ex-FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe admitted Saturday he was “confused and distracted” when he talked to investigators about alleged misconduct during a 2016 investigation of the Trump campaign.

    McCabe “lacked candor” in that interview, Attorney General Jeff Sessions determined, and fired him March 16, two days before he would have been eligible for a pension.

    “Some of my answers were not fully accurate,” McCabe admitted in a Washington Post op-ed, but insisted, “I did not knowingly mislead or lie to investigators.”

    DiGenova: Strzok Texts Prove A “Brazen Plot” Inside FBI To Exonerate Clinton, Frame Trump/
    No way around it Andy.

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  16. patrickhenrycensored says:
    • phoenixRising says:

      ohh Patrick… I have been looking for that b/w photo… saw it at qresearch days ago…
      so glad you posted it… it is so timely

      The one with Obama I have never seen

      can you believe the times we live in? The young man D. Hogg… he looks so creepy. Can’t imagine what kind of life he has lived, but he could do with some therapy I think!

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  17. Charlotte says:

    A little Bedtime Story:
    Paul Ryan is married to Janna Little a liberal, left wing progressive, anti-Constitutional, big gov George Soros supporter who voted for Obama twice. Mrs. Ryan lobbies for Dems. So if u want to know why Ryan funded Omnibus I suggest you ask his wife #qanon

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  19. Charlotte says:

    Top 20 RINOs we need to get rid of

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  20. nwtex says:

    Chill to the bone! Aside from looking alienesque…. there is something unpleasant lurking deep within.

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  21. Charlotte says:

    ‏ @LauraLoomer

    SCOOP: Source within @lvmpd telling me 6 dismembered bodies have been found in the desert area on East Lake Mead Blvd headed towards the lake! LVMPD has determined that MS13 is responsible. Source tells me @SheriffLombardo does NOT want this reported because of his re-election.


    • Charlotte says:

      @lvmpd officer tells me: “Metro and Lombardo better get their shit together quick or this place is f**ked.” #MS13


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  23. Charlotte says:

    Stunning new thread by @ThomasWictor – Paul Ryan working with @POTUS the whole time to get the Wall built…


  24. Charlotte says:

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  25. ablefox says:

    MSM iz droppin The Hogg like a Hot Potato.


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