April 14th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #450

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  1. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  2. phoenixRising says:

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  3. Dora says:

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  4. DanO64 says:

    Obama was ISIS.

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  5. Nice patriotic motivational comment off the Q research thread…thanks anon.

    Trump has consistently outmaneuvered and outsmarted all of his enemies for the past two years, thwarting both the media and all his political opponents at the same time.
    No President for the past 50 years has even attempted anything on this level, let alone succeeded at it.

    Furthermore, you and I do NOT have more or better intel than POTUS and his generals.
    Do you really think Mattis is sitting there on the sidelines, sucking his thumb, trying to get a handle on the situation and making decisions based on missing information? Information which you seem to possess but which he, somehow, is missing?
    No, I can guarantee you, Trump, Mattis, and the generals have a better handle on this than literally anyone else in the world.

    So you trust the process up to this point and now we are abandoning you? abandoning reason? Patriots – not politicians – are running the government and the military for the first time in decades. Their hearts ache for the same results that yours does. It is easy to feel disappointed because none of us want this mess in Syria. NONE OF US! Only the Cabal and the War Mongers want this… Soldiers want this to end. Soldiers, not politicians, are ending this mess. The leadership that is bringing this reign of constant terror-driven, rich man’s petrodollar war is no LONGER in CHARGE! This is a mess that is being cleaned up.

    This is not just business as usual. In case you haven’t figured it out yet, we are immersed in a cosmic battle of good vs. evil; light vs. dark. When you choose to allow fear to darken your mind, you cannot do what the world needs you to do. You cannot function in the way you were made to function; not if you’re partnering with fear.

    “There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.” – 1 John 4:18

    The sun will come out tomorrow and the people who share the same vision that you have are fighting like hell to bring our REAL enemies to their knees. Godspeed to those who in the fight of theirs lives. WWG1WGA WRWY
    Patriots Point—We Will Follow

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    • wj2016 says:

      In February, Mattis admitted that there was no evidence of a chemical weapons attack that precipitated the bombing of a Syrian base in April of last year.

      Apparently he talked Bolton and Trump out of going full crazy in this engagement. Yes he is a good one.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Yes, Mattis did talk them out of a full scale war in Syria. Zero Hedge…..I know…I know….had an article on Mattis and Bolton going full bore with each other. Bolton wanted an all out attack, Mattis wanted no attack or very limited to prevent American military from being harmed and it turning into an all out war.

        I had the article, will research again and post.

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      • jrparz says:

        I agree that Mattis is AWESOME, but disagree he had to talk Trump (don’t have an opinion regarding Bolton) out of going full crazy in this engagement. Please do NOT assume President Trump is not in the know. He’s very aware and very smart and has this!

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      I forget where I heard it, but General Mattis has a nickname, they call him “The Monk”.

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  6. Convert says:

    I just can’t figure out this Cohen thing. Is Mueller going to REALLY go all in and just manufacture evidence Cohen was in Prague? Is that the new plan? Or could Cohen have been compromised or tricked into something in order to be used against Trump? Or is it possible Cohen actually is a dirty dealer and Trump had no clue.

    Either way, the one thing I am positive about: Mueller and his minions want to discourage other lawyers from trying to step up and work for Trump. They want to create an isolated Trump with poor legal advice, and certainly destroying Cohen sends a strong message of warning to any and all who might want to help.

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    • repsort says:

      the Cohen in Prague thing was debunked months ago.
      More likely this kills a few birds with one stone. It gives them crap to selectively leak to the press to try to control the narrative and build an alternative story.. It might give them a glimpse into the dirt that Trump has been gathering for 30 years on the swamp creatures and it puts pressure on Trump to make a political mistake (firing Mueller for instance)??

      I dunno, this is simply my opinion influenced by SD and others.

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      • MM says:

        It gives the media cover to make up lies and pretend they are leaking info from raid…

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I highly recommend Prague, if you like great beer and history. In WWII Hitler reportedly said, “Don’t bomb Paris, and don’t bomb Prague.” Cobble stone streets, stone buildings, old city goes back 1600 years?

        I was there in 2000, it was 45 krona to the dollar; a beer at a Chinese rest. was 20 krona (45 cents)! At a fancy place, multiple waiters w some Brits. A wonderful meal, appetizer, dessert, steak, 2 beers, and 2 glasses of wine, with tax and tip, $10.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      The LA Times article from Nov showed me Mueller wanting to save face.

      So he hid deficiencies (lied) in his department by changing verbiage (like McCabe), to keep the IG ignorant, and eventually cleaned up his dept’s mess.

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    • Prairierose123 says:

      I know this sounds crazy, but I think Mueller wants the President to fire him. It’s a trap really, if the President fires him then everyone on Congress who panic and impeach, the media will love it and our side loses. Mueller wants to push Trump to do something extreme, but I have a feeling trumpmis just too much a VSG. Just my two cents…

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Nah, Mueller is the best thing our President has…..the gift that keeps on giving…look at everything he has given us so far.

        They have been trying to get something on our President all his life….What did they get…….nothing.

        I ask that this is taken the correct way. Many people who want the Mueller investigation to end think Meuller will find something.

        He won’t, but if he fabricates something it can easily be disproved.

        Mueller is like a crazy Uncle, but i this case he just keeps giving us gifts.

        Keep him around….he just keeps on giving.

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    • andi lee says:

      If you look at Manafort’s indictment, charging documents, and the timeline,
      one will realize “something”.

      The investigative work production was NOT produced by Mueller but another field office, even prior to the selection of Special Councellor Mueller.

      (Which leads me to seriously question the billable hours paid by the U.S. taxpayor. Another gouging?)

      Remember, Congress was chest-beating, uproarously, at Mueller about the MILLIONS spent already, in his *unlimited* budget, yet had produced nothing to show for it.
      Congress was demanding to see his budgetary expense report the very same week (Friday?) of Manafort’s public indictment.
      Since then, crickets from congress on Mueller’s expense report. I still want to see the expense report!

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Why can’t Nunes, Congress, Sessions, demand an update in a week. Executive Summary, cost, anticipated conclusion.

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        • margarite1 says:

          “Why can’t Nunes, Congress, Sessions, demand an update in a week. Executive Summary, cost, anticipated conclusion”.

          Excellent question! Accountability – like in a real organization.

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      • WSB says:

        Funny, you bring this up…because just when WAS the SC selected? If we could subpoena the communications records between Rosenstein and Mueller, we might find out that both the investigative production and the SC were selected much earlier than thought.

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    • WSB says:

      From what we know, Cohen was in CA with his son at a baseball game.

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  7. Oldskool says:

    Through all the threads at this site and the excellent analysis pieces by SD, I have yet to see any mention of the charges of Sedition for all the well known participants. Given what little evidence we the public know about it, it should be easily provable. That charge alone can carry a sentence up to 20 years, the Military tribunals the President’s EO in December cleared the way for can adjudicate that, so why no mention of that?
    Seems the play would be to have all those P’OS rounded up and charged under the Conspiracy of Sedition Statute, held at Gitmo with no bail, then the other ancillary charges can be added on. The ancillary charges could be subject to mitigation but the primary charge of Sedition stands for all those damn people. The only reason it’s gotten this bad is because there have been no consequences.

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    • gda says:

      So you’re saying they didn’t drop sarin & chlorine gas on themselves in a clever ruse to put the blame on that poor Mr. Assad, then?

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      This is great.

      With Aleppo and Ghouta liberated, the “revolutionaries” are much less of a threat to the regime, it would seem.

      They still control swaths of territory, but not seem like they are in locations that would be imminent threats to Assad and his government.

      Ghouta had to be taken care of ASAP. Glad that the deed is done.

      And those who want to see Assad gone have recently lamented that, with Ghouta in hand, they know Assad is going nowhere.

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  9. LM says:

    I really hope Alex Jones a&co. read CTH or at least some of American Thinker.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/04/a_goldilocks_air_strike_on_syria.html

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  10. fred5678 says:

    Read Mark Steyn’s amazing review of Chappaquiddick — I am off to see it now.

    An Australian lead, a director who lived a long time there, and young writers (born AFTER the event) make it fresh and compelling!! Don;t worry, the review doesn’t give away the ending /s

    https://www.steynonline.com/8574/chappaquiddick

    and his previous columns on Teddy

    https://www.steynonline.com/8566/flacks-and-flicks

    and

    https://www.steynonline.com/8560/speaking-ill-of-the-ted

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    • 4beagles says:

      Reading or listening to Steyn always causes me to smile and laugh

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    • Nchadwick says:

      My mom and I saw it during the week — as we walked out of the theater my mom was shaking her head — saying “I always knew that Kennedy was a son of a bitch” – she went on to say she went on to tell me she was 15 when this had happened. She was a teen in rural Iowa, and the story barely broke — not until that day did she realize it was covered over the moon landing……

      I won’t give away anything — but they did a great job laying out the events that are known today — still letting the viewing draw their own conclusion….

      Great Acting. Great Directing… I can see why the Kennedy’s did not want this made.

      Also wasn’t going to see – figured it would end up being Hollyweird Propanda crap – but heard an interview w/ Mary Jo Kopechne’s cousin – and she had said that they were happy w/ the movie — that they felt that FINALLY her story was told and it was her cousin was fairly represented in the movie….

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  11. fedback says:

    In less than two months Russia is hosting the World Cup. Most important event in Russia since the 1980 Olympics.
    Can assure people that Russia will not start WWIII because of a shithole regime.
    At least not until after the World Cup…

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    • lastinillinois says:

      Looking forward to this.
      One of sport’s great spectacles.

      I’m sure Russia will be a great host,
      And I’m also sure the Chechens will attempt to kill people in a high profile way.

      If the Cup – which lasts over a month from start to finish, and typically includes several regions of the host country – goes off without a terror event, it will be a minor miracle.

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      • fedback says:

        This is such an important event for the Russians. A chance to present a positive image of the country to the entire world. Billions of viewers
        Hope it will be a success

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Haven’t the Russian hooligans promised epic bloodshed?

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        • fedback says:

          That will be another problem for the Russian authorities and a P.R disaster if that happens
          At the Euro 2016 in France Russian hooilgans beat up British fans

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          • Perot Conservative says:

            Hooligan on hooligan is one thing, they sign up for it.

            Hooligans after fans? I’d want to go Bernard Goetz on them. They’re vicious knuckle draggers.

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      • During the Sochi Olympics (winter) in Russia the Russian military and US miltary worked together to protect the event. The US Navy sent support to the Black Sea offshore. One of my sons was part of that sucessful detail. Sent photos.

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    • 4beagles says:

      Are any countries boycotting ?

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      • fedback says:

        No.
        British Royal family and ministers will not attend, Iceland officials will also boycott but their teams are playing

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      • fleporeblog says:

        The Italians and the US because they didn’t qualify 😉

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        • lastinillinois says:

          Italy didn’t qualify?

          Holy moly, I missed that.

          That’s a big deal.

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          • fleporeblog says:

            My parents were born and raised in Italy 🇮🇹! I have been a diehard fan since watching them win the World Cup in 1982.

            They lost the home and away against Sweden 🇸🇪 who qualified over us. Many in my family are not happy.

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            • lastinillinois says:

              Many soccer fans I’m sure are happy Italy won’t be there, as the Italians are notorious for their lock-down defensive style of play.

              Famous for there 1-0 or 0-0 final scores.

              But since I am a fan of defenses of any sport – and played goalkeeper for years with my old man soccer team – I always liked watching Italy play at the highest level.

              I will miss them.
              (But I’m glad Sweden got thru – they are very good!)

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              • fleporeblog says:

                Team was rather old! They still had Buffon as their goalie. This is definitely rock bottom. Hopefully it will be the kick in the ass they need.

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                • Dekester says:

                  Flep, I know many Italians up this way, and have watched many a game with them.

                  There is no better place to watch a game, than in Vancouver’s “ little Italy”

                  Italy are very poor at the moment, IMO they are tactically behind the times. They are not alone though, the Netherlands ( once a power house, will not be in the finals either.)

                  They will right the ship, and be back contending soon.

                  Cheers.

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                • fleporeblog says:

                  Your right Dekester! They have to produce forwards that have a nose for the ball ⚽️ and can put it in the net.

                  Also their defense has been seriously lacking. It is a bad combination!

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            • Tegan says:

              We were visiting Italy for the first time…happened to be in Rome the night they won the World Cup (gosh, 1982!!). Needless to say, got absolutely no sleep that night with the horns and street celebrations!

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              • fleporeblog says:

                That was Italy before Globalism and the EU. I hate to admit it, I won’t be going back if they don’t clean up the flow of immigrants from Northern Africa as well as the ME. It is not worth your life.

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                • deqwik2 says:

                  A trip to Europe used to be a dream vacation. Not long ago, my son said he & his friend were thinking about going & I almost had a come apart. LOL The momma in me starting preaching the dangers as soon as the words came out of his mouth.

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                • Perot Conservative says:

                  The Italians just vited very conservative! Immigration / refugees a huge issue!

                  Was it the inbreeding still commonly practiced?

                  Female genital mutilation?

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    • AloftWalt says:

      Sochi?

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    • Dekester says:

      Great point feedback.

      Our household are all into football ( soccer) Bigly.

      The viewing audience for this event will be in the billions..yes billions.

      It truly is a World Cup.

      However the U.S.A. did not qualify for the finals.

      This event is truly massive, and will be a security nightmare for them.

      God bless PDJT

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  13. Pam says:

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  14. Perot Conservative says:

    Question: Is it possible that some plea deals have already been reached? Are subpoenas secret?

    Joe diGenova refers to the Cohen raids as “in terrorem tactics” – threats.

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  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  16. Dora says:

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  17. kinthenorthwest says:

    OK had to share

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  18. Perot Conservative says:

    Interesting synopsis of where we stand from 10,000 feet. Not a sycophant article.

    Article: ‘Trust but Verify’ Applies to the FBI
    We refute tyranny when we hold law enforcement accountable.

    “Mother of all cases”

    http://www.investorvillage.com/smbd.asp?mb=296&mn=22000&pt=msg&mid=18195225

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  19. Dora says:

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  20. kinthenorthwest says:

    As I said they need to divide Washington & Oregon too.

    Breaking: Referendum to Split Calif. Into 3 States Will Be on Ballot
    https://www.westernjournal.com/breaking-referendum-to-split-calif-into-3-states-will-be-on-ballot/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=MobileFloatingSharingButtons&utm_content=2018-04-12&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

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    • Dave says:

      Can’t you picture Obozo riding in a sidecar attached to the missile? Why, that would be more thrilling than Space Mountain! For all of us!

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  22. Perot Conservative says:

    Attorney John Huber led a Federal lawsuit against the LDS in Utah for SNAP fraud and money laundering, so he appears to be a straight shooter.

    https://www.justice.gov/usao-ut/pr/indictment-unsealed-charging-flds-church-leaders-conspiracy-divert-snap-benefits

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  23. kathyca says:

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  24. Carrie says:

    Just saw this link from Barnes Law about how Avenetti doesn’t under stand how if any recordings exist between his client and Trump, she could be breaking the law.

    LEGAL ANALYSIS: Stormy Daniels’ Attorney Demonstrates He Doesn’t Know How the Law Works (Again) https://t.co/b3VCRZx5qR pic.twitter.com/i0xntMkAzm— Law & Crime (@lawcrimenews) April 14, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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  25. Perot Conservative says:

    “Inside the 25,000 sealed indictments fueling the QAnon conspiracy

    “But we do know, at the very least, that the massive numbers of “sealed indictments” being thrown around by #QAnon believers is inaccurate, and isn’t being compared to previous years correctly.”

    https://www.dailydot.com/layer8/sealed-indictments-qanon-conspiracy/

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  26. sgtrok13 says:

    I love Mattis

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  27. sgtrok13 says:

    She’s very upset about the Libby pardon and couldn’t hide it. Very obvious. Literally shaking. The FOX news afternoon crown full blown libs. I had to take this pic. It was too funny.
    Looks like someone peed on her Dossier.

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  28. William Craddick, the founder of Disobedient Media, noticed something interesting just moments ago: During President Trump’s ‘Address to the Nation’ speech last night regarding the US-led coalition strike on Syria, which destroyed multiple targets including an alleged chemical weapons research facility, he was wearing a tie that apparently featured tiny “red pills”:

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  29. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  30. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Judge Jeanine show from earlier tonight. No commercial breaks.

    Lists of guests, in order:

    Kellyanne C ——–> Syria, Comey
    Tata/Hunt ———–> Military analysis (Syria, I think)
    Scaramucci ——–> Syria. Comey (he talked with Trump this morning)
    Bongino/Hahn —–> Comey, other subjects (not see entire segment)
    JC Adams ———–> IG report on McCabe (not see entire segment)
    Concha ————–> Comey book (and other subjects, I think)

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  31. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Ad Rem, I just posted a comment with a link to the latest Judge Jeanine show. It went to the bin, for whatever reason.

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  33. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Stunning! Attorney Argues It was Fault of Trump Supporters That They Were Beaten, Cold-Cocked, Egged, Bloodied After San Jose Rally
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/04/stunning-attorney-argues-it-was-fault-of-trump-supporters-that-they-were-beaten-cold-cocked-egged-bloodied-after-san-jose-rally/

    video/1

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    • WSB says:

      I was just going to ask if they were judge shopping and scrolled down to see where they filed. Geez, take it up a notch!

      If there was one thing that could be done quickly, it would be to fold the 9th circus!

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    • kathyca says:

      Yeah, good luck with that:

      A Ninth Circuit panel appeared poised to allow President Donald Trump supporters pursue their negligence claims against San Jose, California, regarding a dust-up between them and protesters at a campaign rally in 2016.

      “There was an angry mob at the end of one exit while police said the other exits were blocked,” said Circuit Judge William Fletcher during the Monday hearing. “That sounds like the state created danger.”

      * * * Pritchard argued the rally attendees were aware of the potential peril in going to a rally for Trump, who was controversial in San Jose and whose campaign events had been prone to outbreaks of physical conflict.

      * * *
      Fletcher wasn’t the only judge who seemed to side with Dhillon.
      “It seems like they had to run the gauntlet,” Circuit Judge Andrew Kleinfeld said of the plaintiffs.

      https://www.courthousenews.com/ninth-circuit-inclined-to-revive-claims-over-violent-trump-rally/

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  34. sunnydaze says:

    Welp, he’s right. There’s a LOT at stake here:

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    • kathyca says:

      There’s no way AZ goes blue. No way. Plus the Gov. just “gave” teachers the 20% wage increase Red4Ed demanded, taking ALL the wind and public support away from the teachers’ union and the dems. I hated the increase at first, then realized what the point was. The ONLY support dems can get in AZ is for the teachers — you know, “the children” and all …

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  35. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    sorry can’t stay, but i wanted to share this…. I’ve been vocal about not trusting GOPe Pence since the begining…… now….. *IF* this pans out to be true. I’m right.

    I can’t help but remember how Pence shoved Chris Christie out of running the transition team and pence took over…. and we ended up with a ton of Never Trump leakers in the WH/Oval

    Pence’s COS is already pumping the excuses and taking the blame for Pence.

    “The sources said Kelly told colleagues that Pence’s chief of staff Nick Ayers, who orchestrated the appointment, had not “fully informed” him of Lerner’s anti-Trump history. Ayers and Lerner have worked together in the past for Haley, among other campaigns.”

    http://www.axios.com/trump-pence-block-national-security-lerner-haley-1256a68a-718e-42e2-a4d5-e52b7d86b402.html

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