Corey Lewandowski Discusses Giuliani Strategy to Confront Robert Mueller Scheme…

Former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appears for an interview with Martha McCallum to discuss how Rudy Giuliani is prepared to get a lot more confrontational with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

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Additionally, at 04:40 of the video above, Corey Lewandowski discusses an issue where a journalist, Olivia Nuzzi, actually broke into his house to steal information for a story. Unreal.

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174 Responses to Corey Lewandowski Discusses Giuliani Strategy to Confront Robert Mueller Scheme…

  1. Tonawanda says:

    SESSIONS SESSIONS SESSIONS SESSIONS!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Caius Lowell says:

      When you say “SESSIONS”, do you mean deep state, Obama-loving, DC swamp, black hat Sessions?

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    • allhail2 says:

      Who? Was there a sighting?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Tonawanda says:

        I haven’t the faintest idea if Sessions is playing 4D chess or whatever, all I know is that NOBODY but Sessions and a few others know for sure.

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      • MAGADJT says:

        Now there are some phrases to cling to…”Might be playing” and “4D Chess”. Do you know what in one hand and wish in the other, and see which one fills up first.

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      • Christine says:

        Thank you for posting that article, Elena. I’ve posted previously too.

        I remain a staunch AG Sessions supporter, believing he is silently working in the background (together with Special Prosecutor John Huber), to bring down the entire corrupt cabal.

        In this pinned tweet thread, Imperator Rex/Vachel Lindsay summarises the list of at least ten investigations Sessions is carrying out on the Obama/Clinton corrupt cabal, with references. And these are just the ones we know about!
        https://mobile.twitter.com/_VachelLindsay_/status/971287728083079173

        Also, sealed US indictments filed between 30 October 2017 and 30 April 2018 now total 28,937! That’s almost 29,000 in just 6 months. To compare, over the last decade filed sealed indictments averaged only 1,000 each year.

        Let the indictments rain down! When the time is perfect, I’m sure they will.

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      • auntiefran413 says:

        That, Elena, is exactly what I’ve been hoping against hope has been going on in the background. PDJT wouldn’t have tolerated total incompetence, but has been firing enough arrows to throw the Deep State off.

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      • I read it, I also read same/similar theories about Mueller, that he is a white hat, that he really is investigating Hillary and because of his investigation, that all the facts of the deep state are coming out. It is quite the theory, all because Trump had a meeting with Mueller before the investigation. I do not believe that theory for even a heartbeat, Mueller is a black hat, he is evil, period.
        Now I do not believe even for a second that Jeff Sessions is a black hat. I believe after the senate hearing for his confirmation, something “hit” Mr. Sessions. I believe that he does/did Love Trump, but something somewhere happened-whether his life threatened, whatever, I do not know. The deep state is rather nefarious. and he has done other things that the POTUS IS concerned about such as immigration and the sex-trade.
        I am sure that PDJT is aware of why Sessions cannot do his job, and is duly upset BUT that he will not fire him because 1) Loyalty, 2) He can’t, why, you ask, because he has like over 200 of his nominations yet to be confirmed, because he knows Rosenstein is evil and complicit with the coup and would be top dog with Sessions gone-knowing that CONgress would not vote for a replacement!.
        It is such a shame that this has been allowed to happen, as angry as I am about the Sessions deal, I cannot condemn him because I am not walking in his shoes, but I am convinced that somehow he was compromised!

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    • Sparky5253 says:

      Exactly! Exactly! Exactly! Exactly! This entire witch hunt is Sessions fault.

      We have to wonder what the deep state has on Sessions that he turned into a total coward and went into hiding under his desk.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        Man I wish I was omniscient.

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        • I’m amazed at all of the people who know “for sure” what is going on behind the scenes. I don’t have that kind of super power myself. Interesting to find out I’m the minority. I just don’t know – period. Waiting to see.

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        • Dixie says:

          You certainly are fond of that word omniscient.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Do you understand why I have repeated the word?

            Liked by 1 person

            • Dixie says:

              Too busy counting the number of times you typed it.

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              • Tonawanda says:

                Then you are wasting your time.

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                • Dixie says:

                  No. You are wasting yours.

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                • JC says:

                  Tonawanda, have I completely missed the mark thinking you’re being sarcastic and that No One can know for certain what’s going on with AG Sessions? Hence the sarcasm around the word “omniscience”. Many are jumping ship, having decided he’s a black hat swamp rat, and it leads some of us to ask why and how they know for certain; perhaps they’re… omniscient. s/

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                • Tonawanda says:

                  This describes exactly what I think:

                  “Reports that say that something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know. And if one looks throughout the history of our country and other free countries, it is the latter category that tend to be the difficult ones.”

                  In my life there have been significant times when I was surprised by things when I found out other things, times when my pov changed definitively and unexpectedly, and in retrospect I saw that I was making hasty conclusions.

                  My bedrock assumption is that only Trump knows, and that Trump knowing is a good thing.

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        • CRF says:

          I’d give my right arm to be ambidextrous. \

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    • RJ says:

      Sessions is a disgusting and worthless sniveling gerbil. What a despicable man.

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      Just when I thought it was safe to get back in the water!
      Sessions, Sessions and muh Sessions

      What I would like to know is what evidence is there to connect Sessions to any swampy creature? Where is it? I’d like to know. I’ll listen.

      We have tons of information on Mueller, McCabe, (indeed all of the small group), Rosenrat, Hildabeast, Schiff4brains, Finestein, etc etc. We have documented proof on actions that show they are law breakers and liars. Yet on Sessions….crickets. Oh, wait his recusal. That’s the nefarious proof that demonstrates that Sessions is corrupt or inept

      Sessions isn’t moving fast enough or aggressively enough for my taste, but I choose to wait and see what happens. He also is more of a DOJ ideologue than I would prefer to which he seems to defer.

      PDJT could drop the hammer of Thor on the whole thing, but he has yet to make a move. So, all I can do is sit, watch and wait for action from PDJT. Because at the end of the day – that is all that counts. Not words or tweets. Not fully knowing what is transpiring behind the scenes is painful there is no doubt.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        You are obviously lacking omniscience and should fell humbled before your fellow posters who have it.

        Liked by 5 people

        • TheWanderingStar says:

          Yeah, I wish that I had Johnny Carson’s Carnac the Magnificent abilities. Alas, his powers were not transferable.

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        • piper567 says:

          Tonawanda,
          who’s the man in your avatar?
          It looks like George Whitefield to me?

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        • Apollo says:

          I guess we all know what was on your vocab-builder email this week. 😉

          I suppose you haven’t considered that to blindly claim that Sessions is actually really super active and amazing—but we just don’t see it yet, even after going on halfway through Trump’s turm—requires an equal or even greater measure of omniscience?

          We go by the evidence we have. It’s *possible* Sessions is something other than a guy sitting passively on the sidelines. But there’s no evidence for that at all. Every day that passes with nothing, the evidence tor the “do nothing” hypothesis strengthens. Are you expecting the indictments to come in, say, December 2020 as Trump’s term draws to a close? Maybe January 19, 2021?

          Two hard facts are up against this: the indictments need to come down before the midterms (or else the second half of Trump’s term will be nothing but interminable Congressional hearings), and the prosecutions and convictions need to be *complete* by the end of Trump’s first term (or else they won’t happen). A Democratic President would simply cancel the prosecution. We do NOT have unlimited time here, Sessions or not.

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          • Apollo says:

            *term

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          • Tonawanda says:

            “I suppose you haven’t considered that to blindly claim that Sessions is actually really super active and amazing—but we just don’t see it yet, even after going on halfway through Trump’s term—requires an equal or even greater measure of omniscience?”

            I have not only considered it, I have explicitly stated as much on CTH a number of times.

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      • Chip Doctor says:

        Exactly. Well said.

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  2. Sentient says:

    Giuliani knows how to deal with evil cabals. This cabal is worse than the mafia.

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  3. This is beyond freaky…

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  4. kurt72 says:

    Here’s a thought. Could Mueller and Co. actually be white hats BUT are being blackmailed by the Clinton criminal family into working against Trump???

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  5. Perot Conservative says:

    File criminal charges against the writer / thief!

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Feanor says:

    I had serious trouble after the Caputo interview on Tucker last night. My thoughts are going to a very dark place.

    Specifically, I am starting to believe there is no investigation or any real prosecutions for anyone but Trump.

    What if Horowitz is just a psyop? What if all we’ve expected never sees the light of day and this Mueller probe NEVER STOPS?

    Yeah. I went there.

    Feeling real dark. Much of it has to do with personal stuff so there’s that…

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    • ForGodandCountry says:

      If you’re right, then Sundance is very wrong….which would be a 1st.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Sporty says:

        The rule of law will be restored one way or the other. I believe The Trumpster has this all under control. We will wake one day to a series of important arrests from the previous nite.

        Liked by 6 people

        • josco scott says:

          That’s why there’s so much 4D chess talk going on. Because we know Trump isn’t stupid and he’s NOT going to let himself be tricked. He’s got a lot of intel. Even more than Mueller! Amazing.

          And I have always respected Jeff Sessions but the main reason at this moment that I disagree w/Sessions haters is that Trump is not an idiot. He’s not a guy who lets himself be played.

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          • kroesus61 says:

            ahh but all these SDS sufferers are smarter than PDJT…..their professed lack of faith in the AG is in fact a lack of faith in him

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          • famouswolf says:

            Yep. That is what it all boils down to. Plus, we know DJT is a master of misdirection.
            I sense a lot of ‘look, squirrel’ in all this.

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          • Julia Adams says:

            You like Trump, I like Trump, we all love Trump. The first axiom in being a Trumpster is the premise that in the end, time and time again, he is always right.

            My Trust is in President Trump.

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            • Southern Son says:

              Just like his Whole Life, Proven by #bestelectionever, it Always appears D.J.Trump has Lost…until he Wins!
              Some of the Sessions Bashers are the same ones, that were here every day during the Primaries, and #bestelectionever, sayin’, “It’s Over!”
              “I’m gonna get on my boat, Alone, and paddle to the Bahamas!”
              He WON!
              And the only place they paddled, was right back here.
              Some changed their names.
              Some didnt.

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        • truthseeker39525 says:

          Sporty, it would surely make my day if it were to happen.

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        • donna kovacevic says:

          I just pray the Lord gives PDJT the strength to endure all this and he comes out a shining star. Glory to God. Amen.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Please don’t allow that to happen! They are DESTROYING themselves and that is the sweetest irony of it all! Please read and I hope it gives you some comfort.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Feanor, I pray you are wrong. The only hope for our country and our freedom is PDJT. The DS must be eliminated. The CF must be disenfranchised. Soros too. Hollywood elites must be gagged. Sanity and the rule of law must return. The Constitution must prevail. Mr. Pen-and-Phone needs an address change (from DC to Gitmo). Michelle can teach the Cubans how to garden.
      God bless us all and God bless the USA!

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      • Watcher says:

        One question to FBI Director Wray could change everything.
        Is the CF investigation still open or closed?
        Oversight committee hello!!!!

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    • Wretched1 says:

      Sorry to hear you’re having personal issues, Feanor. As Bubba 42 would say, I feel your pain; however, please feel free to refrain from posting here until you’ve reached a more rational state.

      Yeah, you went there. Possible is one thing. Probable? What a stretch of reality. Wish you well.

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    • giveadamn says:

      been there feanor. commented a couple weeks ago about psyop for conservatives myself. but, trump’s too smart and in the “know” about decades of government corruption. i actually see the events of the past couple of days positively–like there is a real strategy and now is finally the time for OFFENSIVE action. enter rudy on hannity. feels like we’re building to a crescendo. i know, been too slow in coming for me too. hang in there…

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    • free73735 says:

      RE: Feanor, bring your thoughts back, out of “the dark place.” This is the type of response the dems & msm media are hoping for. Listening to the above conversation with Lewandowski, what I heard is an attempt to drag more info out of him concerning “the latest” (pymnt to lawyer). When it came back to what is known, she starts shaking her head (no) shutting him down then continues trying to get the answer she wants. It’s a farce! Do not allow this kind of “made up journalism” take you anywhere but up. They are showing the have nothing! Chin up and smile. 🙂

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    • jahealy says:

      Hang tough, Feanor. The light will return. It always does.

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        • cdquarles says:

          Wait a minute. Feanor, Spirit of Fire? Hang tough. Nothing is as it seems. Don’t read too much into media reports, since they take a kernel of truth and distort it mercilessly into something unrecognizable. I was aware of how the media’s news is made akin to how movies are made. What is said, how it is said; and, most importantly, what’s not said. Then I was made aware of quotes said by or attributed to Mark Twain (a pen name, 19th Century) and George Orwell (a pen name, 20th Century). I have seen this done personally to people I know, some better than others, in events that I saw in real life.

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    • bkrg2 says:

      be patient – all will be well

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “this Mueller probe NEVER STOPS?”

      It is not his job to stop:

      Robert Mueller’s Beltway Cover-Up

      By using the justice system as a political weapon, Mueller and his supporters in both parties are confirming what many Americans already believe: We are not all equal under one law.
      By Lee Smith

      http://www.tabletmag.com/scroll/257335/robert-muellers-beltway-cover-up

      “News that special counselor Robert Mueller has turned his attention to Erik Prince’s January 11, 2017 meeting in the Seychelles with a Russian banker, a Lebanese-American political fixer, and officials from the United Arab Emirates, helps clarify the nature of Mueller’s work. It’s not an investigation that the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is leading—rather, it’s a cover-up.

      After all, Mueller took his job not at the behest of the man who by all accounts he is likely to professionally and personally disdain, Donald Trump, but of the blue-chip Beltway elite of which he is a charter member. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed him nearly a year ago to lead an investigation without parameters. That’s because Mueller’s job is to obscure the abuses of the US surveillance apparatus that occurred under the Obama administration….”

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  7. Meanwhile on positive note:
    Horowitz Is Coming To Town
    (With apologies to: HAVEN GILLESPIE, J COOTS, J. FRED COOTS)

    You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town
    He’s making a list, of sedition and vice
    You are corrupt, now you pay the price
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    He’s knows who’s been conspiring
    Page and Strzok are singing too
    He’s been reading all their messages
    And they’ve implicated YOU

    So, you better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town
    Jeff Sessions is sly, and John Huber too
    They laid out the traps, to see what you’d do
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    His title is Inspector General
    He’s on to your mistakes
    If he offers you a plea bargain
    That’s a deal that you should take

    Oh! You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town
    He nailed lyin McCabe, soon James Comey too
    Two dirty rats, let’s see who else they chew
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    Appointed by Barack Obama
    Impartial is his middle name
    He’s not a Special Counsel, but
    The indictments are the same

    Oh! You better watch out, you better not lie
    He’s gonna find out, I’m telling you why
    Horowitz is comin’ to town
    You thought we’d believe, Trump’s collusion was true.
    But he checked it out, the collusion was YOU
    Horowitz is comin’ to town

    The honest law enforcement will watch the judge with glee
    They’re gonna build a gallows just outside the Grand Jury
    So…
    By
    Karl Kastner

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    • donna kovacevic says:

      I was actually singing along to that. Great thank you. It is raining so hard in my neck of the woods therefore I can’t sleep and am enjoying being here with friends. Cheers.

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  8. Tonawanda says:

    This thread has gone WAY too long without condemning Sessions for his corruption his cowardice his swamp gateway keeperism his intent to testify against Trump his evil scheme to protect the Deep State his decades long pretense of caring for America and his diabolical plot to thwart justice.

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    • Cow wow says:

      Not to worry Tonawanda- they come down in droves now. Used to be a one/two punch, but now they overtake the thread with total doom and gloom-I see them coming in just as we speak.
      Thanks to flep and a few others, we will hold the fort down til morning.

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    • Feanor says:

      They do what they want.

      Lie, cheat, steal, defame, frame, murder, abuse…

      Here’s the data I see that I cannot account for: they aren’t stopping. In fact, in some respects it’s gotten more brazen.

      How to account for this?

      Sessions is on their side. Or a hologram.

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      • Cow wow says:

        No Sessions is not on their side.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        Possibly your life experience is limited?

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        • Feanor says:

          We’re comparing life experience size now?

          How puerile.

          I’m bigger anyway and I called no take backs on the car ride home.

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          • Tonawanda says:

            “Here’s the data I see that I cannot account for: they aren’t stopping. In fact, in some respects it’s gotten more brazen.”

            This is what you said. You could not account for why this was happening, and your conclusion was : Sessions is on their side.

            I was not “comparing” anything. I was suggesting that your inability to account for something was a strange thing to say before you omnisciently stated that Sessions was on their side, and possibly your lack of life experience was a reason for making such a bizarre illogical leap.

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          • bessie2003 says:

            For me the silence (from Sessions or any conceivable ‘white hat’ in the DoJ or FBI) is what is so frustrating; because of the silence it just seems like the other side is on top.

            Hoping the IG report is released sooner rather than later, obviously the man has his reasons for holding back the release of his report, maybe to do with redacting actual intelligence info. that could do damage to or nation’s interests.

            We have to hang in there, I do believe that our VSGPDJT has this, look at all the times throughout the campaign when he was for sure a gonner, and he proved the naysayers wrong. It is complicated business, hang in there.

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      • Southern Son says:

        Good Luck, and Prayers to you Feanor.
        I’m not a phychiatrist, but it seems your distress over current national events Could be contributing to your personal problems.
        My prescription would be to Stop listening to Enemedia (operation mockingbird), and concentrate on Family and Loved ones.
        Take time to pet the dog or cat.
        Water the flowers, and Enjoy the butterflies.
        Talk to God.
        Prayer works wonders, even when you don’t believe God is listening.
        He is.
        I learned this from experience.

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        • Feanor says:

          Appreciate the thoughts. Prayer is not really an option now.

          Has to do with the whole family thing.

          Like I said, dark place.

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          • bkrg2 says:

            Hi Feanor – I wish you all the best. I’m not spiritual, so I try non-prayer methods:

            (1) What helps me is to take a step back at what is causing feelings of being in a dark place. Then I look towards the future – a few days down the road, a month or a year. Will things still be bad? Will they be worse? or do they get better?
            (2) Often I find myself looking back in time when I thought things were bad or dark. Then I realize that they never turned out as bad as I thought.
            (3) Lately, I have realized that a vast majority of problems can be improved (or even eliminated) by adjusting my reaction to them. We can choose our response to an event or situation. This has been extremely difficult for me to out into practice as I have been trying it for over 20 years, however, it makes perfect logical sense…

            I hope these techniques work for you.

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            • CountryDoc says:

              Viktor Frankel: holocost survivor, physician I think. Between the stimulus, and the response, you have the opportunity to decide how to perceive it. For me, gratitude list, awareness of the fact we are in the spiritual realm displaying God’s glory to the universe and that he is in charge, and that the REAL battle is already won — helps me not despair. Like Paul, even if I were in prison, I could be singing. Even tho my physical health were being taken away.

              I meet often with people of faith and who are immersed in daily, warrior like spiritual discipline, in order to continue to validate/affirm, remind me of Truth, of our real spiritual condition. Tho I go to church, I find the best detailed warriors in AA/NA 12 step meetings — even tho I have never wrestled with these addictons. 12 steps were extracted out of the Bible by the Oxford Group (theologians) and the Oxford group principles used as the basis for AA. I find them more representative of the process given by Paul in the Bible than what I find in church. These element are the same as in a healthy family, or any system of producing human excellence: Athletes, Fraternity, Church, healthy family, performance excellence, Military warriors. The perspective gained daily, sitting (and sometimes sharing) in these meetings is life saving and life changing — especially if I cultivate a mentor relationship with someone wiser and more experienced than me, and especially if I pass the message on to others. These people all teach and remind me of the importance of daily reading of scripture or other wisdom literature, prayer, and self – evaluation with others.

              I know you didn’t ask for this. But take what fits — leave the rest.

              In God We Trust

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              • bkrg2 says:

                Yes the model is called something like Rational Emotive Behavior. You can train yourself in the space between stimulation and response

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          • Sayit2016 says:

            Prayer is the ONLY option.

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          • Southern Son says:

            In my experience, Prayer is Always an option.
            Number One, actually.
            There is no darker place, than loseing your only child.
            Prayer works friend.
            Good Luck.

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          • donna kovacevic says:

            Talk to God he is always listening I truly believe that with all my heart. In the darkest hours just try and concentrate talking to God and nothing else. Wishing you peace and love. God Bless!

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        • TMonroe says:

          “Talk to God.
          Prayer works wonders, even when you don’t believe God is listening.
          He is.
          I learned this from experience.”

          Agreed, Southern son.

          Luke 18:1-8a — “1Then Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray at all times and not lose heart: 2“In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor respected men. 3And there was a widow in that town who kept appealing to him, ‘Give me justice against my adversary.’

          4For a while he refused, but later he said to himself, ‘Even though I do not fear God or respect men, 5yet because this widow keeps pestering me, I will give her justice. Then she will stop wearing me out with her perpetual requests.’”

          6And the Lord said, “Listen to the words of the unjust judge. 7Will not God bring about justice for His elect who cry out to Him day and night? Will He continue to defer their help? 8I tell you, He will promptly carry out justice on their behalf.”

          The “while” or time in verse 4 may be longer than we like, so it is good to take the Lord’s encouragement in verse 1 to persist in prayer and not lose heart.

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        • Mickey Wasp says:

          You for got…
          Take one of Gunny’s melatonin’s and get some sleep…
          Sleep stops the hologram hallucinations.

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    • Otoh, Q has unsurpassed intellgence, the Weiner laptop (that captured globalist honchos engaged in child sacrifice and mutilation, milltary assets galore, plus Jeff Sessions, all being positioned night and day, waiting for the right decade to pounce. Just a little more patience, cuz Q must relay this through 8chan threads visible to anyone, although only one side is smart enough to break his code. It’s his mastur plan.

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      • Feanor says:

        Only commenters here reference Q. Never Sundance.

        I’m somewhere between larp and psyop myself.

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      • Tonawanda says:

        Q says “trust Sessions,” but Q is severely questioned by the same people on here who say “don’t trust Sessions.”

        Not being omniscient, it is hard for me to decide who is omniscient.

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        • CountryDoc says:

          I see too many patriots who know more, who, by the character visible in the tracks of thier writings, and also patriots I know face to face — who would and will lay down their lives and sacred honor for this country — I see them being patient. They know more. They are being patient. If they thought we were about to lose it all, they would act now. But they are aware of help and of plans. I feel their spirits. I know they pray daily. They give me hope, even though I don’t have the time to keep up all the details.

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        • Apollo says:

          I guess we all know what was on your vocab-builder email this week. 😉

          I suppose you haven’t considered that to blindly claim that Sessions is actually really super active and amazing—but we just don’t see it yet, even after going on halfway through Trump’s term—requires an equal or even greater measure of omniscience?

          We go by the evidence we have. It’s *possible* Sessions is something other than a guy sitting passively on the sidelines. But there’s no evidence for that at all. Every day that passes with nothing, the evidence tor the “do nothing” hypothesis strengthens. Are you expecting the indictments to come in, say, December 2020 as Trump’s term draws to a close? Maybe January 19, 2021?

          Two hard facts are up against this: the indictments need to come down before the midterms (or else the second half of Trump’s term will be nothing but interminable Congressional hearings), and the prosecutions and convictions need to be *complete* by the end of Trump’s first term (or else they won’t happen). A Democratic President would simply cancel the prosecution. We do NOT have unlimited time here, Sessions or not.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      That is because Sessions is now irrelevant. Not worth commenting on any further.

      The train has passed him by at full speed…..

      The wire tapping…the break-ins…the MSM lies..are beyond anything he could affect…….the white hats and the President are taking care of all that now..

      So, for us so called Sessions bashers….useless to pay any more attention…to him

      He does nothing…means nothing…is irrelevant…and once again…any further comments …..are irrelevant..

      So…just for him….and anyone bringing him up any further…have fun…

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      • Tonawanda says:

        The inarguable aspect of the Sessions issue has been that what ever is happening is happening, and whatever is going on is going on, despite our opinions of the man.

        Yet the bitterness of hating Sessions (including your own) never ceases in post after post on CTH.

        I am happy to hear that you will finally cease bringing him up. Spoken like a soldier.

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          Tonawanda,

          Well you were doing great until you projected that I “hate Sessions”… in post after post..

          That is uncalled for and it is a Lie…. I have never stated any hate for him what so ever…..

          I was criticizing his actions / non actions regarding his position.

          And if you view virtually every post on this thread…it is “you” that has brought him up..virtually no-stop.

          I have always enjoyed your posts for a very long time, but do not place your own projections on me or other people by using Subjective versus Objective comments.

          Sundance has a new thread up pointing directly at Sessions…..

          So now why don’t you go tell the President…Rudy, Lou Dobbs, Tucker, Ed Rollins and many, many others that they are guilty of “omniscience”

          So any further posts from me…just pass them by…as I will with yours…

          Take care and be well..

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          • Tonawanda says:

            Sorry, when you recommended that it was essential for people to understand that Sessions was a Gate Keeper for the swamp, I thought it was entirely fair to conclude that you hated Sessions.

            Or are you saying that you do not hate Swamp Gate Keepers?

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            • 🍺Gunny66 says:

              Tonawanda,

              Tell me….show me…I..have never recommended that Sessions was a “Gate Keeper” for the Swamp…I am not a back stabber…but that was ablefox that stated that…

              Look it up…I never ever stated such a thing…

              And …you are still being flippant with your comment to me…..about

              “Or are you saying that you do not hate Swamp Gate Keepers? How about Sundance
              suggestions on posting: “Attempt to Understand”

              And your conclusions are just assumptions…Maybe you do not feel well recently, you seem a little anxious…I really hope you are in good health and spirits…

              And just to be fair….I was taught by a spiritual warrior for many years..he taught me many things… so below I have provided to you one suggestion…I was taught..it has changed me.

              DON’T MAKE ASSUMPTIONS;

              Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness, and drama.

              “With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life”.

              So take care and be well…
              Gunny

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              • Tonawanda says:

                Bless you, my good man.

                And I truly mean bless you, and I truly mean good man.

                It was not ablefox (Howie) who said that, it was someone else whose handle I forget.

                Whoever it was made a post that Sessions was the Swamp Gatekeeper, and said other derogatory things which I did not consider valid based on what we know.

                You replied by stressing the truth and importance of what the person said and urging everyone to read the post.

                I responded by urging everyone to read the post as an example of the extreme rhetoric used against Sessions which was not logically supported by what we know.

                I quoted Rumsfeld, whose statement I believe is exactly appropriate to the issue:

                “Reports that say that something hasn’t happened are always interesting to me, because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don’t know we don’t know. And if one looks throughout the history of our country and other free countries, it is the latter category that tend to be the difficult ones.”

                I am puzzled why any reasonable person could make the categorical statement that Sessions was the Gatekeeper of the Swamp, or how any reasonable person could endorse that view.

                And don’t get me wrong, he may be (I highly doubt it) but how does anyone know?

                I know you are a good man and I am sorry that there is anything between us.

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              • MaineCoon says:

                It’s such an ingenuous tact when one tries to dispell another’s argument under the pretense or guise of caring for their health. Stick to the honest-Gunny approach of hating Sessions. Far more believable to all reading this board.

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                • 🍺Gunny66 says:

                  Can you read? I stated I did not hate Sessions. I just disagreed with his actions.

                  And that stemmed from me noting he is now irrevelant.

                  But you now call me a liar for asking about ones health.
                  That is despicable. And you further use the straw man approach that people on this post are with you.

                  I have viewed many of your postings which have been very interesting.

                  But I will no longer allow myself to take any further consideration of your efforts.

                  Take care

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              • Apollo says:

                Sounds like she might be omniscient—Tonawanda I mean 😉

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            • rvsueandcrew says:

              Well done, Tonawanda!

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      • TreeperInTraining says:

        Gunny, Sir…exactly.

        Regardless of wether Jeff is an angel or devil is now meaningless.

        Jeff Sessions has essemtialy been replaced by Rudy. Imho, Rudy is now cleaning up in aisle 4 while Jeff looks on at the mess in horror.

        He has become as useful as….”insert old adage here”. Totally irrelevant to the matters at hand.

        Imho

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    • free73735 says:

      Tonawanda, so does this mean it was your appointed time to do so? What if you are 100% correct? How will this change the situation for the better or provide encouragement to others here? There are plenty of other places to join in on the “attack” of Jeff Sessions, and all the agreement needed to stoke one’s ego will be too! All the high-fives need!

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    • margarite1 says:

      If Sessions hadn’t recused, as recommended to him by Obama holdovers and apparently on shaky grounds, then Rosenstein wouldn’t have had the authority to appoint a well known dirty prosecutor(s) to go after Trump. How much simpler could it be? I don’t care about Sessions motives ….the result so far is what is is.

      As I’ve said here before…a friend of mine knows a Senator who served with Sessions and he told her that Sessions isn’t a racist and he isn’t intellectually up the being AG.

      I think he’s a penguin among Great Whites.

      Our POTUS will likely fight his way out of this because ultimately they have nothing….but how many non-swamp people will ever try to actually do something for their country again?

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      • Critical Mass says:

        Your comments on Attorney General Sessions are very perceptive. It upsets me greatly to see the amount of vilification heaped on him, as he is such a gentleman and patriot. His detractors forget that Sessions was with Trump from the beginning, long before it was popular and advantageous. He also has an excellent legal mind, as is evident from any formal written statements he has submitted to the public. His legal communications are models of clarity, simplicity and precision. However, sometimes good and honorable people like Sessions are simply incapable of dealing with pervasive perfidy, such as has been revealed in the actions of the Deep State to damage President Trump. It may be that such evil is beyond his ken and experience.

        This is a very dirty fight, and it may take a white hat who is capable of being a ba$tard to win this war. Remember Abraham Lincoln eventually had to choose Ulysses S. Grant to lead the Union Army. Grant was a flawed hero, and must have had great depth of character to recognize that ruthless military tactics were the only way out of a terrible civil war.

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        • cdquarles says:

          Um, really, for someone who was stabbed in the back by people he worked with during his time as ADA then DA in the Southern District of Alabama (Mobile)? Someone who built on work done by GW and more to see that the KKK was brought to justice, even if he and his team couldn’t do it all; such that successors would have to finish the job? Jeff Sessions is not an imposing man physically, until you get crosswise with him. Jeff Sessions, the Silent Assassin.

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  9. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This has been opposition research on the Trump campaign. I don’t know why they gave up 1.2 million documents to these thugs. Look where it has gotten them. From watching the Rudy interviews in the last 24 hours, I have a feeling that he knows exactly what he is doing. He just gave a warning shot to Mueller. He is going to go nuclear real soon.

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  10. Michelle says:

    This whole “Cohen gets a $35K retainer every month” is such a non story/non event. Notice that when Avenatti and the media criticize Trump for it, they have to change the story into something else. They don’t say “omg Trump pays a retainer and Cohen does what he needs to do, it’s so illegal,” they say, “Trump knows everything and specifically paid Cohen back for this item,” which is still not illegal or even a problem. Of course Trump would reimburse him after he found out what happened.

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    • ecmarsh says:

      Cohen pays a whore 130,000$ and has her sign a non disclosure agreement. Whore comes back and wants more money. Whore is a blackmailer! Isn’t blackmail against the law?
      You pay a whore cause she will keep her mouth shut. This skank gives whores a bad reputation.
      Stupidest damn thing I ever witnessed.

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  11. linda4298 says:

    “They’re going to close the investigation within a month, one-and-a-half, or two months of the interview,” Giuliani explained. “We’ll get all the questions in advance, we’ll knock it down to about half of what they wanted to ask.” https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/rudy-giuliani-50-50-chance-trump-gets-subpoenaed-by-mueller

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    • litlbit2 says:

      That be about September. President mentioned September in his last rally. Works for me.
      Just treading water till then all H will be unleashed. President Trump knows all.

      In the meantime Sundance has already picked up on the next episode with the ending sentence……yet!

      Waiting

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  12. Former lurker says:

    Where is Color Sergeant Bourne, this thread needs him!

    Lots of Reverend Witt in evidence here.

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  13. Shark24 says:

    Confront the “f” ing hell out of him. Cold anger is getting warm…….

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  14. Who is going to do AG Sessions “work” – regardless if he is fired, resigns or remains recused? Something’s got to get done. Who is going to do it?

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  15. woohoowee says:

    It’s so nice to see Mr. Mayor back and now Lewandowski 🙂 Let Trump be Trump

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  16. Critical Mass says:

    This whole thing is turning into a farce reminiscent of “The Rape Of The Lock” by Alexander Pope. The interview with Hannity and Giulani was a joke and did a great deal of disservice to the President by introducing random elements which are tangential to this whole specious investigation by Mueller. Heavy Handed Hannity only exacerbated the whole sorry saga by not eliciting informed responses from Giuliani. As for Giuliani, he spent most of the interview posturing as the knight errant and the uber deal maker, rather than providing clear statements about potential legal strategies and outcomes. Now here is Corey Lewandowski putting in his nickel’s worth. Who will comment on Lewandowski’s comments?

    So far we’ve had Lewandowski commenting on Giuliani commenting on Mueller and Comey and their involvement in an investigation using unlawful methods to investigate a fabricated felony based on a bogus dossier conjured up by Clinton operatives who peddled it to the media who colluded with the FBI who manipulated the contents to fabricate the need for an investigation headed by Mueller who is hounding the President who is dealing with real and serious global and national challenges.

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      Is that not what Hannity does every night.? A plot of voyeurism building on undertones. I really think Hannity is on PDJT’s side. However, he is highly limited in intelligence on what the fullness of what is being played out, that is why he always reverts to “lists”. One has to remember, he is an ‘entertainer’ that brings in ad revenue.

      Giuliani… hard to lay out a strategy within a short interview and I’m not sure that is why he was there. It’s optics and moving a narrative. Did not Giuliani take a “lock of hair” from Comey and Hillary – [paraphrase] “I’m sorry I ever hired Comey and Hillary is corrupt and belongs in jail.”

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  17. Dixie says:

    Funny….I thought this thread was suppose to be about Corey Lewandowski……?

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  18. David Reznor says:

    Here’s the book on Jeffie Sessions:

    1. He is the top law enforcement official in the nation.
    2. He wields all the authority and power of the highest law enforcement agency in the nation.
    3. He permitted a criminal (Comey) to remain as the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
    4. He has silently tolerated another criminal (Rosenstein) to remain in place as his #1 deputy.
    5. He has permitted Rosenstein to seat, direct, and support another criminal (Mueller), with an effectively unlimited budget, to attempt a covert framing and overthrow of a duly elected President of the United States.
    6. He has sat on his thumbs for nearly two years while the statute-of-limitations clock ticks away on all the crimes of the Clintons, Comey, Rosenstein, Lynch, Mueller, et al.

    If this is what you call “4D Chess,” God help you.

    It is what I call silent, quivering incompetence at BEST, and criminally complicit otherwise.

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    • CountryDoc says:

      I think Comey, Rosenstein, and Mueller (and on down) are small potatoes. Putting them behind bars gives as a few weeks satisfaction, with no long term benefit to the real danger from the Seige this country has been under for nearly a Century Slightly bigger potatoes we are still strategizing on are Clinton and Obama. But putting them in jail does not save the country. Saving the country involves using these puppets to lead us to the information that leads to Soros, Bilderbergs, the people writing the daily bullets for the media, orchestrating the value of stocks, and leaching the wealthy, power, and goodness of this country. The cancer that has been infiltrating and leaching our populace, its wealth, its goodness — must be exposed — and once exposed, the power of every individual, collectively organized against it, armed with the authority of the Declaration of Independence and the Power of the U.S Constitution — turned against it. Ruthlessly, fiercely, and with no mercy to those who do not respect the Rock Solid spiritual principles around which the constitution was written.

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  19. Mickey Wasp says:

    The 49 questions… I stated the other day when this story broke that it sounded like the Trump Team trolling the media. My response was basically having the questions written up and have someone go do a ‘handoff’ serendipitously to a chosen ‘journalist’.

    Now, Martha brings up the possibility it was Sekulow’s product. Which, would make sense – do not attorneys build the opponents side of a case and present it to their client.? Yes they do – all the time, normal procedure.

    What is masterful about the move to have it dropped to the NYT’s… First, it looks like the Mueller Team is leaking and their chosen preferred ‘journalist operatives’ are on the hook. Secondly, the Comey Homey, Michael Schmidt can’t wait for verification and incorporates his comrades Matt Apuzzo and Maggie Haberman.

    What is the outcome… Since we know Schmidt, Apuzzo and Haberman are second stringers for the Mueller Team (see Wittes and Richman also) and favorite outlets for driving a media narrative. The coordinated effort of the second article with the ‘questions’ listed and their thoughts on what the answers would be and follow-ups…

    Masterful ~ Team Trump got them to show their hands and didn’t even have to do a ‘sit-down’. And get this… What if they were from the Mueller Team.? Well, gotta fold that hand and come up with another 49…

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  20. Jenny Hatch says:

    twCZ&5*6K&qxJ4hR3Ds

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  21. scott467 says:

    “Former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski appears for an interview with Martha McCallum to discuss how Rudy Giuliani is prepared to get a lot more confrontational with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.”

    ___________________

    Why would Mueller care what Giuliani does?

    He’s not even relevant. He has no authority over Mueller, he’s not part of the Mueller investigation, he’s not an object of the Mueller investigation, he has no part in this.

    To the extent that Giuliani has been hired as a lawyer by Trump, he’s just another member of the president’s legal counsel.

    At best, Giuliani is Trump’s new attack dog.

    What has that to do with Mueller?

    Why should Mueller care?

    If I was Mueller, I would use my best Inspector Clouseau voice and say “Does your dog bite?”, lol!

    Seriously though, the man who can shut this whole farce down is President Trump.

    He can arrest them all, declassify everything to the public, pull back the curtain and show the whole world the Wizard of Oz.

    It’s all he has to do.

    If he does that, it’s game, set, match and tournament.

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  22. EJ says:

    It is nice to see that Rudy can actually feel between his legs and find a set of YUGE balls. We need more of this.

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  23. Swamp Witch says:

    Olivia Nunzi (Chelsea Clinton friend ) was the reporter that turned Pepe the Frog cartoon into a Racist white nationalist symbol . She interviewed internet troll Jared Taylor Swift and fell for his prank .

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  24. skip says:

    Enough of opinions! Each and everyone should know that all of Washington is so compromised the truth is impossible to discern. Hell we’ve been given Straw men for President for so long who’s to say that isn’t the case now? I’m hoping Trump is real & not another sleeper cell like all he way back to JFK and we know what happen to him! The proof will be when fireworks happen in DC, Example Past Presidents are hanged in the square, likely not, but that would be appropriate.

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  25. Jimi Helms says:

    Kracko hit Tepo, Tepo hits Bela, too many bosses and nothing gets done.

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