July 18th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #545

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  1. Ivehadit says:

    Typhoid Mary = Clintons, obama and really maybe the entire dnc apparatus. They constantly selfishly infect us with their toxicity. A sick group. (pun intended)😊

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  2. pyromancer76 says:

    More winnamins re Western lands.

    First, Endangered Species Act clean-up in Congress: http://www.freerangereport.com/index.php/2018/07/18/summaries-of-nine-endangered-species-reform-bills/. Always good to hear from those who follow the details of these bills, since nasties can be snuck in when no one is looking.

    Second. Who’d a thunk it? Cows are conservationists! http://www.freerangereport.com/index.php/2018/07/15/study-cattle-grazing-benefits-endangered-species-habitat/

    “In truth, one of the biggest long-term challenges facing this country is maintaining its food security as global population growth expands the markets for food exports across Asia, Latin America and elsewhere. It’s great that U.S. agriculture is helping feed the world, but not only must we as a nation maintain our domestic food chain, we must maintain the land needed to produce the crops needed to maintain that production chain, even if we’re talking about alt-meat products grown in what amounts to giant test tubes.” (This also means small farmers/ranchers and their important to American freedom and strength.)

    President Trump’s appointmentees appear to be doing their jobs.

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    • Steven says:

      This clean-up package will be great! No more Spotted Owl Effect on the Western States’ economy! No junk science, too, with an act requiring a complete transparency on every single point of data! We need the same for our weather/climate agencies.

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      • piper567 says:

        True story:
        I was living in N CA during the Spotted owl hysteria.
        The logging industry in many local venues was destroyed, families and communities were of no interest, and some ugly animosity surfaced…all centered on the inability of this owl to defend against its natural rivals for nesting, hunting, etc. The habitat destruction page.
        There was, in the midst of this looniness, a verified series of photographs of a pair of Spotted Owls nesting inside a cracked/vandalized KMart sign of an abandoned store. Coming and going, successfully feeding their young.
        No kidding.

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    • pacnwbel says:

      We recently watched a video about regenerating failed grassland pastures. The biologist presenter had set out to prove his theory that the desertification of land was caused by lack of coverage which allowed evaporation. He proposed that bringing back large herds who drop their waste in large amounts as a form of ground cover, results in regeneration of pasture, with a series of photos over three decades of the same pastureland from desert to knee high grasses and trees.

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  3. Interesting post regarding Republican Senator Sue Collins who claims she will only support a Supreme Court nominee who upholds ‘established laws’ like Roe Vs. Wade.

    http://thesestonewalls.com/gordon-macrae/senator-susan-collins-stokes-embers-civil-war/

    The author asks: “Does my title for this post seem extreme? It isn’t meant to be. In fact, it is rooted in history, and it’s a history that those tasked to vet President Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee should know. The evidence is not hopeful that all of them do.” ….

    He goes on to say:

    “Extending the logic of Senator Susan Collins, would she today hold that a future Supreme Court nominee should have been bound to the decision in Dred Scott creating a Constitutional “right” to own slaves? Would Senator Collins go on record to state her support for Dred Scott as an “established decision” that should not have been revisited by a future court? The logic she is applying today in opposition to the President’s nominee applies by extension to other past established decisions.”
    .

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    • paprika says:

      Exactly! They do like to cherry pick their examples don’t they!?!

      Liked by 7 people

    • YvonneMarie says:

      Good point geneticallycatholic.
      Abortion is murder.
      Period.
      And this law was legislated from the bench. Not lawful!

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    • Remington says:

      I’ve spend long hours trying to figure out how the people of Maine continue to elect a creature like collins…It’s an mystery for a ages…

      Liked by 4 people

      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        She is a “blue state” Republican, therefore Democrat-light.

        Liked by 3 people

      • screwauger says:

        As a resident of Maine for the past 20 yrs and a former resident of Northern NY, Maine does it the same way NY does it, the heavily populated areas (Southern Maine [Portland] and NYC) get more sway in elections due simply to numbers. The Leftists rule the population centers in Maine….95% of the geographical makeup of Maine cannot stand Susan Collins. Her voice and her 20 yr old photos (making her look vibrant) are enough to gag most Mainah’s

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        • Emeraldstar says:

          I’ve often wondered whether the Electoral system, in place for the Presidential (Federal) Elections, should be emulated by the States.

          Goose / gander, and all.

          I, for one, would welcome it.

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          • pacnwbel says:

            Excellent proposition Emeraldstar. It would certainly lift the spirits of WA state voters hamstrung by the bluer than blue Seattle and King Co. vote. Eastern Wa. rural communties almost never get their voices heard as is the case with the many conservative constitutionalists of the rest of the state. It is frustrating, and I doubt WA is alone in this problem

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          They are marxists using socialists methods (and probably voter fraud) to sway a large dependent population (made purposefully dependent – serfs, slaves, peons, whatever – welfare) to keep themselves in power. To hell with American values in every which way they can. To have political races become competitive again would be some more winnamins. Maybe this is coming.

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        • NJ Transplant says:

          I agree with you screwauger. The 2nd congressional district voted for President Trump with a 10 point advantage. With the 1st congressional district voting for Hillary by a majority (Portland area and S. Maine), Hillary ended up winning Maine in 2016.

          I have actually called Collins office and was told “yeah, yeah, yeah.” They are so rude to anyone who doesn’t agree with the RINO philosophy. My vet goes to the same church as Collins and he said he wants to strangle her during the service. She gets him so mad.

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      • agentcommonsense says:

        Agree it is a mystery.. Why don’t they just elect a Democrat ?

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    • Esperanza says:

      Not to mention that if judges always upheld everything, what would be their point?

      Liked by 4 people

    • ogoggilby says:

      “I would not support a nominee that demonstrated hostility to Roe v. Wade because that would mean to me that their judicial philosophy did not include respect for established decisions, established laws.” Senator Susan Collins

      Well, here’s a Top 10 list of SCOTUS “established decisions” for you, Susie baby….

      https://money.howstuffworks.com/10-overturned-supreme-court-cases.htm

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Roe v Wade is settled law…the issue will always be “feasibility of the fetus” whatever that means will be the issue for further court review.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Um….Roe versus Wade is not a law. Supreme Court decisions are just that. Decisions on laws brought before the court. They are not the “final say” as we have been trained to believe. Equal branches. Congress still writes the laws. That’s why the Supreme Court is still hearing cases.

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    • piper567 says:

      Too bad Collins doesn’t consider The Constitution as “established law”.
      I rather think the President’s nominees will be willing to consider that law as Supremely Established.
      stop with the navel gazing already.

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    • Somebody says:

      Haha, I had a very similar conversation with hubby the day Collins said that. Bravo to the author!

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    • Blade says:

      http://thesestonewalls.com/gordon-macrae/senator-susan-collins-stokes-embers-civil-war/

      The author asks: “Does my title for this post seem extreme? It isn’t meant to be. In fact, it is rooted in history, and it’s a history that those tasked to vet President Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee should know. The evidence is not hopeful that all of them do.” ….

      It’s a shame that folks on our side cannot grasp how to fight leftists and liberal RINOs like that imbecile Collins. He correctly spots the hypocrisy but fails to understand such arguments cannot work against the enemy because they are sociopaths, they do not have the gene for cognitive dissonance, consequently they are perfectly comfortable hypocrites. Essentially the enemy are ‘bots, brainless sheeple who cannot be convinced by intellectual argument.

      Therefore a different strategy, outside-the-box thinking is required. And most times all that is needed is a simple approach. The author should have used this title instead …

      senator-susan-collins-agrees-with-Dred-Scott-Decision-Blacks-should-remain-property-of-whites-Supreme-Court-is-final-word

      … then sit back and wait for the fallout. Nothing more really be said, let them protest. What is Susan Collins gonna say, the Supreme Court is not the highest authority and isn’t always right? That they were wrong in that case and Plessy and Korematsu but got it right in Roe? Sure, she will try to say that because its all she can do. Let her argue against herself.

      For round two you double down and revisit Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood and the Ku Klux Klan with an article tying her support of the baby execution factory as necessary for the thinning out of the black race. Susan Collins favors black population control. The leftists make much bigger exaggerations than this on a daily basis. Let her see how it feels. She’ll sit on MSNBC and stutter her way into a seizure trying to explain away her hypocrisy and all we did was stir the pot.

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    • vikingmom says:

      Yes, he gets it…those of us here at CTH get it…a handful of folks in Congress get it, BUT unless and until a majority (or at least a sizable minority) of regular voters get it, the Ds and their willing accomplices in the MSM will continue to lie, spin, and evade all consequences for their treasonous crimes!

      Getting tired of waiting for the hammer to fall…Sundance, can you give us tired warriors some hope that there really is a plan and Hillary, Obama, Brennan, et al ARE going to be brought to justice sometime soon?!

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      • @ vikingmom, here’s a thread from a political analyst ImperatorRex on “how Team Trump is preparing the normies for what is coming: Major Swamp draining”.
        IMO very plausible.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        Vikingmom, I must ask: what was the Monster Vote?

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        • vikingmom says:

          The Monster Vote put Trump into office absolutely but at this point, I am getting concerned that the Swamp (which is just as many Rs as Ds) is trying to run out the clock until the mid-terms with hopes they can cheat their way into retaking the House.

          The media will go along with the plan. Journolist never died – it was just renamed and is still going strong. Without some stronger pushback than what we have seen so far, the real story is still completely unknown to most of the general voting population. I know that there are many people who see what has happened and what is continuing to happen but I guess I want to see the whole thing exposed so clearly that even CNN has to report it!

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      Awesome article.. So glad you posted that
      From the article and from Brennan’s twitter .Seems like Intell is rigging our elections and using it as a threat that he wont be helping the Rino’s unless they get on board.

      BLACK SAID..They are trying to cover up the greatest illicit meddling in an American election in history: by American intelligence agencies.

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    • madeline says:

      Honestly gda, I think Dan Coats should have kept quiet. There was no reason to say what he did. His tweet was a direct hit at Trump and he should be ashamed. I don’t
      expect he will be around much longer.

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  4. Bull Durham says:

    Very excellent analysis on Moon of Alabama site by ‘b’ (Bernhard), a German with a terrific mind for the facts and an eye for the Truth.

    He explains Trump’s strategic goals.

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/07/helsinki-talks-how-trump-tries-to-rebalance-the-global-triangle/comments/page/1/#comments

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    • Esperanza says:

      Very interesting read, thank you. I think people who put down Russia are mistaken.

      I definitely think the tectonic plates are shifting, and that

      “There is a tide in the affairs of men.
      Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
      Omitted, all the voyage of their life
      Is bound in shallows and in miseries.
      On such a full sea are we now afloat,
      And we must take the current when it serves,
      Or lose our ventures”

      The last 20 or so years have been bad for us. Time for a reset.

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      • UncleGrumpy says:

        Where is that quote from ?
        It is prescient.

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        • Deb says:

          It’s Shakespeare, from Julius Caesar. I think all one needs to understand human nature and psychology is a copy of the Complete Shakespeare, Aesop, and Plato.

          Which is why leftists don’t want students reading the classics, they prefer to indoctrinate them into the leftist worldview which denies human nature and common sense. I say this as a former school teacher and current homeschooler.

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  5. pyromancer76 says:

    Here is a great thread from one of the computer/mathematics/science geniuses who helped save Western Civilization from the OneWorlder Elites who thought they had “AGW Climate Change” all wrapped up, Steve McIntyre. In a gentlemanly, persistent way he proved what profound liars and scientific fraudsters they were. Others were there, too, but he did some of the key heavy lifting in investigative reporting.

    This time he weighs in on John Brennan. Not bad!

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  6. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    Maybe I misinterpreted what the President said, but In his interview with Tucker Carlson it sounded like the President was saying that he wants to do something to reign in the DOJ, but he’s being advised not to. That’s why I asked if anyone knew who might be advising him not to get involved. I have no idea why my comment drew such a hostile response. The President should not have to tolerate a DOJ that is so antagonistic to him.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I did not get the impression he was being reigned in but rather felt an internal inhibition about intruding according to his own presidential ethos.

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      • DH says:

        If Trump inserted himself in the DOJ and FBI, it may give Mueller ammo to pursue a new allegation of obstruction. Right now Trump is on a roll unleashing his agenda Making America Great Again and smashing Obama in legacy AND the polls. Trump is in a good spot. I am proud of his restraint. I bet it ain’t easy. MAGA.

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    • Steven says:

      Trump knows who he can trust. I trust him to consider the words from those trusted associates. We are not talking about the likes of Priebus who he had at arm’s length. We are talking about the likes of Counsel McGahn.

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  7. Joe says:

    I just wanted to comment here to make sure everyone understands the Putin/Trump meeting is the worst thing to happen since The Holocaust, The Armenian Genocide, and The Sack of Rome all sort of rolled into one. Thanks. (Compliments of the DNC).

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  8. pochas94 says:

    The Dems are acting as though if they can’t get rid of Trump they’re all gonna die!

    Liked by 3 people

    • JoD says:

      Time to get those black suits and dresses out of moth balls.

      Liked by 4 people

    • ladypenquin says:

      This is when we say, “be still my beating heart, let it be so.”

      Guess I have to say it’s sarcasm, but a penguin can dream, right?

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    • PureInHeart says:

      The Dems ARE in death throes right now, thanks to President Trump.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Why are they acting like it’s the end of the world? For them it is. They know that they are going to be shellacked in November and they will have even less clout in Congress. All their dreams of rainbow unicorn America are going up in smoke and they just can’t handle it. The weeks after the upcoming election could be treacherous and we should be prepared for the worst the Socialist Democrats do to our country. (Si vis pacem, para bellum.)

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    • Dutchman says:

      On that, they MAY be right! Actually, we’re ALL gonna die; the only question is WHEN, and HOW.

      In that vein, they MAY have reason to be concerned.
      “If he wins, we ALL hang!”

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      • Mary Morse says:

        Further down thread, I posted a theory in which Russians are responsible for “meddling”, financed by western intel. Since there are (unconfirmed?) reports that Hillary’s server emails were bcc’d to the Chinese, here’s another (worst case) SCENARIO:

        1) Chinese were GIVEN access to the hill/billy server.
        2) China use the information to hack the DNC, etc. servers on behalf of the Dims, leaving “Russian” footprints (thanks to the convenient vault 7 leak)
        3) Hillary wins, and declares the “meddling” an act of war.
        4) US starts WWIII with Russia, and China allies with the US.
        5) When the war decimates Russia, and portions of the US are in ruins, democratic socialism rises worldwide, (with help from communist China).

        Since Hillary didn’t win, under this (worst case) scenario, they “ALL hang.”

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    • fleporeblog says:

      The Atlanta Federal Reserve is telling the Democrats that if it weren’t for PDJT, you wouldn’t see what we are seeing with the estimate for the 2nd Quarter real GDP!

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  9. Avi says:

    if Putins meddling in 2016 was Pearl Harbor

    was Barry’s meddling in the Russian election of 2012 Barbarosa?

    was Barry’s meddling in the Israeli election of 2015 Babi War?

    was Clintons meddling in the 1996 Russian election of 1996 Borodino?
    was Clintons meddling in the 1996 Israeli election Treblinka?

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    • Speaking of which, I was astonished to hear Geraldo yesterday or the day before – can’t remember for sure – I think he was on The Five and I dropped in briefly – where he outlined pretty blatantly how the O.B.A.M.A. administration/US interfered in Ukraine against Russia and forced the issue in Crimea, and supported PDJT’s statement that both are to blame. I almost fell off my chair!

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  10. margarite1 says:

    I just emailed the WH to thank POTUS for all he is doing…and for my recent raise. Pretty easy to do and I just want to support him while he battles the bastards for us.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      I email him so much, I imagine the Secret Service knows me by now…(Hi fellas!)
      It’s just as easy to offer a compliment or word of encouragement as it is to complain!

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  11. Greg says:

    .

    Most agree (Newt, Hannity, Judicial Watch, Huckabee, Jarrett, Dobbs, etc.) that if there are no indictments the left and globalist/Hillary will have won.

    Clinton Foundation, Uranium One and Hillary Emails to escape criminal indictments is what the Left, globalist, elitist and Hillary are fighting for. If they escape these indictments they won and eventually they will come back and destroy the constitution and finish their plan.

    This is the turning point in which direction the U.S. will go…either to the left with no constitution and become a 3rd world country or the U.S. will have a constitution with the rule of law.

    PDJT has directly implied for over 2-years; the biggest risk of the U.S. on going concern are criminal acts within our own government, not Putin.

    PDJT had a great meeting with Putin (news conference)

    PDJT Playing with words intentionally…would/wouldn’t
    PDJT told the world at the Putin news conference that he is more concerned about the rule of law, constitution and the U.S. being destroyed from within our own government; NOT PUTIN.

    Russia interference in our elections will not destroy the Constitution, Rule of Law and the United States.

    Criminal acts within our government (FBI, DOJ) will destroy the rule of law, constitution and the U.S.

    The Clinton Foundation, Uranium One and Hillary’s Emails will destroy the rule of law the Constitution and the U.S.

    Newt Gingrich (and many others) are 100% wrong in stating PDJT committed the most serious mistake of his Presidency…. this is why Newt is not V.P.

    Criminals must and will be indicted soon and eliminated forever or Hillary and the globalist wins.

    PDJT will make sure there are indictments soon.

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    • Zippy says:

      “If they escape these indictments they won and eventually they will come back and destroy the constitution and finish their plan.”

      I totally agree which is why it is sad for me to strongly suspect that they will escape. The swamp is 99% of DC and the bureaucracies, public unions, and corporate lobbies found there and in every state. I don’t think my 99% figure is an exaggeration AT ALL considering the number of true NON-RINO, small government conservatives in government versus everyone else in the listed groups.

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    • Avi says:

      haven’t you heard that Sessions is playing 64-d chess and Huber has millions of sealed indictments,

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    • paulraven1 says:

      They are not fighting to escape indictments, they are fighting to destroy Trump. I honestly don’t believe any of them have the slightest concern about Sessions’ DOJ — or anybody else — bringing indictments.

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      • Greg says:

        I understand your point…but I believe they are all really scared and not able to sleep at night. They are trying to destroy PDJT and family because they know they will soon all be indicted.

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        • mimbler says:

          Then they should all get oscars, because of their acting ability. I don’t detect any sense of fear in them; rather the opposite,

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          • Greg says:

            Acting and sticking together is there strong point and they have the media, left, many Republicans, globalist, elitist, business round table and the chamber of commerce…they feel good with their numbers…but when they go home to sleep at night the reality of PDJT comes to mind; he never lost a major battle and can easily destroy them by applying the rule of law. They know PDJT has to destroy them because it will become one of the most important Presidential acts in the history of U.S.

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          • Oldschool says:

            Agree mimbler. The worst of the lot (zero, hrc, brennan, comey, holder) are doing paid speeches, organizing, msm gigs and tweeting up a storm. I am not seeing fear.

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    • Oldschool says:

      Last night was listening to 2 ladies seated very close to us at a restaurant. They were discussing how if something is repeated often enough, people believe it. “People kept saying Hillary is a bad person and people believed it without any proof” These ladies sincerely believed what they said. They aren’t wrong in their conclusion. HRC has been exonerated from everything, Rose law firm, benghazi, email server. Based on that, I can understand their conclusions.

      THAT is why we need truth and the consequences of a fair justice system delivered openly and swiftly. Without it, treepers enlightenment is meaningless.

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      • Greg says:

        Yes…there are two voting groups on the left the uninformed who are to busy to research because they are busy living their lives and the voters who believe for their own internal reasons wants the Constitution and the U.S. to be eliminated. PDJT is starting to educate the uninformed. My guess is that he has captured at least 10 million uninformed voters.

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      • ImHopeful says:

        Oldschool,
        Agree completely. I know plenty of people with exactly the thinking of the 2 ladies you describe. Way too many people believe all if the people we all talk about here daily would have already been indicted and be facing trials if they had actually done something wrong. Every time HC or any of these people testify and are never charged it just strengthens the belief of the low-info public that no crimes were committed.
        I am now down to hoping that indictments finally roll out before the mid-terms.

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        • Oldschool says:

          I am hoping for some declassification of documents to at least prove there has been crimes committed and who committed them. Hard to convince voters that Strozk, et al are bad guys when they all remain employed and with clearances. There are times I wonder what evidence really exists. We need a SHOW and tell. Tell, by itself, won’t work, nor should it.

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          • Kaco says:

            EXACTLY! No memes or tweets are going to inform the public like perp walks! It’s all I hear, no charge, no prosecution, no sentencing, NO CRIME. A left wing media can’t hide that.

            Our Republic is lost if these people aren’t held accountable for their criminality and/or negligence.

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        • Greg says:

          Extremely important point… “No crimes committed”
          Maybe PDJT understands your point and knows he can captured tens in millions of voters, along with saving the Constitution and the U.S. just by implementing the rule of law and justice.

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      • Esperanza says:

        I understand. I used to believe Hillary got a bad deal, bla bla. Till I watched her lie her behind off in real time. Once you’ve seen it you can’t unsee it.

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        • Oldschool says:

          Agree esperanza and not all dem voters are leftie loonies, and there are independents who could likely be persuaded if there is evidence provided to make a case.

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, people tune out the accusations, thinking: If they were true she’d be charged and convicted.
        When she isn’t even charged (nor anyone close to her), the masses just attribute it to mud slinging like is being done to PDJT.

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      • JX says:

        Tell that to Sessions, the guy some believe is “waiting for the right time”

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    • Oldschool says:

      Agree brent. Release OUR documents. Then allow justice to prevail from there. Once the secrecy is removed, staffers and any “good guys” stand a better chance of doing their jobs without threats. Imo, a lot of positive outcomes can come from transparency, except of course for POTUS. They lay in wait for that move.

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    • Greg says:

      IMO-spygate is a coverup for the Clinton Foundation, Uranium One and Hillary Emails…part of the globalist/elitist power structure. The central power structure must be taken out or it will become unstoppable in the near future. Transparency has already happened. The Server, destruction of 33,000 emails, conflicting perjury statements, 140 million into the Clinton foundation and Bill Clinton 500,000 speaking fees relating to Uranium One etc. etc. etc…All the millions of connected dots did not happen by chance.

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    • madeline says:

      Greg, I agree and yet I think there is some really big stuff going on behind the scene. I don’t like all the server, dossier, bias texts and yet these might be small potatoes. Some would only serve a small amount of time and small fines for these offenses. Trump sees the big picture and wants to go after the BIG stuff to put those away for life. Something that covers so many more people. For instance, how did Browder move $400,000,000 from Russia to US? There had to major help from the Government. Comey worked at HSBC and Mueller was head of FBI, HSBC from what I have read, is the Clinton Foundations Bank. This one crime could encompass so many…

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      • Greg says:

        Agreed Madeline…you are not side tracked…you are looking at a major part (home base) of the globalist/elitist…the Clinton Foundation. Only PDJT knows what is going on behind the scene. Yes, the server, dossier, bias texts are most likely small potatoes but they lead indirectly to the Clinton Foundation, Hillary’s emails and Uranium One etc. Indicting them could create direct witnesses for the government to the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s Emails etc. It is important that all the people don’t get intentionally distracted and lose sight of the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s emails. This will eventually lead to uranium one and all the possible criminal acts around the world. I believe we have all seen the money trails and flow charts created by many investigators showing all these being potential criminal acts. I believe very soon CTH / Sundance will eventually connect the Clinton Foundation/Hillary Emails/Uranium One along with all the possible corruption around the world in an easy format for everyone to understand.

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    • pochas94 says:

      “PDJT will make sure there are indictments soon.”

      If not, the left will feel free to continue its nefarious ways, and Lord help us if / when they get power again. Jail time is crucial.

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      • Greg says:

        Agreed jail time. PDJT knows this has to happen to save the Constitution, the U.S., himself and his family. PDJT is not going to disrespect all the men/women who fought for our Constitution and the U.S. and many who gave their lives for our way of life for over 200 years. PDJT has the power to implement this.

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  12. burnett044 says:

    I have never really cared for Kool-Aid…….
    amazing how many do….

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  13. Zippy says:

    Socialist utopia to follow in 3 – 2 -1…

    “Hey, those Silicon Valley people make WAY too much money! Let’s REALLY raise property taxes!” Mass exodus then follows from the leftist policy fouled nest, fouling the nest of wherever they move because they’re too stupid to realize that their leftist political policies fouled what they’re fleeing.

    San Francisco Begins Registering Illegal Aliens To Vote

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/33172/san-francisco-begins-registering-illegal-aliens-joseph-curl#new_tab

    The Department of Elections in San Francisco on Monday issued voter registration for illegal aliens to allow them to vote for members of the city’s Board of Education in the Nov. 6 election.

    Becoming California’s first city to allow non-American citizens to vote in local elections, Supervisor Norman Yee said, “We want to give immigrants the right to vote.”

    [For the record, “immigrants” are people who come to America through the legal process, while “illegal aliens” sneak into the country.]

    In order to vote, the illegal aliens must live in the city, be at least 18 years old and be the “parents, legal guardians or caregivers of children under the age of 19 who also reside in San Francisco,” ABC-7 reported.

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    • palafox says:

      All we need is a lawsuit to get the ball rolling, and see this ends up in a Supreme Court case.

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      • Zippy says:

        I think it might be successfully upheld in the SCOTUS via the States Rights angle. Actually, it’s even lower level than that – City Rights – since the votes are only for city-level elections.

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      • Zippy says:

        Besides, I WELCOME their ignorant self-destruction, locally, financially, and physically due to their own actions, and nationally with respect to the ammunition given to conservatives presenting them as a prime example of where their leftist policies inevitably lead.

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    • Greg says:

      I just received a Howard Jarvis taxpayer association petition stating how politicians plan to take back proposition 13 tax savings which goes back to 1978 in California. I have to believe they want to raise my property taxes by $12,000 a year to pay for Illegal aliens.

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      • FofBW says:

        IMO, that would be a huge mistake, in our favor.
        Prop 13 was a very emotional vote and won by a huge margin as I recall.

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        • Greg says:

          I agree…The homeowner percentage in CA is 55.1% in the fourth quarter of 2017. I’m not sure how that would break down in voting.

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          • Remington says:

            Let’s not forget that same sex marriage was on the ballots here in kalifornia three times….Each time voted down. as I remember, the last time ~70% of the people said no. The democraps go out, find a liberal judge, in San Francisco, who is gay, and rules the vote is …”Unconstitutional”. so ends the will of the people

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      • PaulM says:

        Actually, they already took back most of that money.
        With the great housing scam of the previous decade, hundreds of thousands of people sold their properties to collect that fat profit. The problem is that when the property changes hands, it’s reassessed and the tax cap is now on a assessed value of 4 or times as much. If you were one of the smart ones who didn’t sell that would be different but I’ll bet most properties in the state have changed hands.

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        • Greg says:

          Your point is 100% correct and is not well taken. That means the homeowner percentage in CA of 55.1% would be much smaller incentive for a MUST VOTE. I believe most home owners would have ungraded to another home or downgraded for profits. Some percentage would want to stay in their home for life after the buy/sale/upgrade at some point in their life and therefore would support and vote for saving proposition 13. Hard to project what will happen in California…I have to believe PDJT will save CA.

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      • listingstarboard says:

        Prop 13 is the reason so many on fixed income can afford to live in CA, do away with it and there will be a mass exodus –even more than the current exodus. COuld even be the issue that turns CA RED again.

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      • Redhotrugmama says:

        Odd I didn’t get that email. Look up Proposition 5 that will be on the November ballot

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    • Howie says:

      EZ illegal find. Just rollem’ up off the voter rolls and deport them. Calling ICE!

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    • NJ Transplant says:

      That will open up a discrimination suit for non-parent illegal immigrants over the age of 18. Apparently you need an anchor baby to vote.

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  15. DeWalt says:

    I saw upthread the discussion on President Washington. I am sure that Trump is a close study of Washington. Watch the interview with Tucker Carlson.
    Washington advised future Presidents not to become embroiled in foreign intrigue and to be a friend of all nations in trade. Is that not what Trump said?
    Love to hear someone ask Trump his thoughts on Washington. Trump knows he is on sure historical footing.

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  17. Sentient says:

    It’s sad that the president has to pretend that the intelligence community isn’t completely corrupt, but his experience after his temporary lapse into truth and candor at the Helsinki press conference has probably steeled his resolve to beat the schemers at their own game. I trust Putin more than Mueller and Rosenstein, and I’m glad I don’t have to pretend otherwise. Complicated business, folks.

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  18. HickTick says:

    I know we have a lot of aspiring writers / bloggers and a few comedians but just listen to yourselves ,. God Almighty and Donald J Trump don’t need a bunch of weak people in this ARMY .

    We need people that can be Trusted in the face of the enemy . This is all out WAR against evil .
    Don’t do the devils bidding , Donald Trump knows what he is doing . If you are so sure NO Justice will be served them maybe you are in the wrong place .

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  19. rashomon says:

    Judges, guys, We need judges. No sense in trying a body if we have judges who have been bought. Judges.

    Shakespeare: ‘The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,” was stated by Dick the Butcher in ”Henry VI,” Part II, act IV, Scene II. Lest they become judges.

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  20. PaulM says:

    With the realization by some blacks that the democrats have been playing them as chumps for a long time, I find an article that I just read very interesting. It’s by a Nigerian woman whose family made their fortune by rounding up and exporting slaves to wherever they could sell them.
    Selling their own people. Little will be found in the media about this as it might dilute the existing narrative that the education establishment and the media have been pushing during my entire lifetime. She even speculates about if her family should have to pay reparations out of the family money as they bore so much responsibility. It’s a admission I never thought I would see in my lifetime.
    The article apparently is published in the New Yorker but that may be behind a paywall. I stumbled across it at :
    http://www.pattydearie.com/2018/07/nigerian-lady-opens-up-on-her-familys.html

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  21. Dora says:

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    • Jennifer Jacobs: SO?

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    • jeans2nd says:

      The only other time Pres Trump ever “walked-back” his words and/or actions was when Melania spoke out after the Access Hollywood tape.

      Then-Candidate Trump had his family, and only his family, on whom to rely during the campaign. The Trump kids were the deciding factor in choosing Pence for VP, and other Trump actions.

      Now, who do you think changed Pres Trump’s mind?

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  22. jack says:

    It’s to Putin’s advantage to make President Trump his ally, because Putin sees how the MSM and anti-Trump people want to destroy Russia.

    Putin might have documents and other material that could nail obama/clinton/CIA. And this could be the FEAR that Dems/Globalists/Uniparty has … are afraid could come out if Trump-Putin get together.

    Putin knows a lot about the corruption in D.C. And the fear is Putin might do a tell all … to Trump! 🙂

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  23. Mad Max Waters is the FACE and the VOICE of the Democrat Party.

    Ocasio-Cortez is now the BRAINS of the Democrat Party.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/07/for_dems_alexandria_ocasiocortez_the_fox_whos_gotten_loose_in_the_democratic_henhouse.html

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  24. phoenixRising says:

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    • Zippy says:

      Isn’t it just -INCREDIBLY- disconcerting that slime like him and Brennan were in charge of two of the most powerful government agencies; one, the CIA, capable of getting us into wars with “slam dunk” “intel,” the other capable of using the entire force of the effectively unlimited budget fedgov to destroy your life and put you in jail after a non-knock visit by guys carrying submachine guns?

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  25. DeWalt says:

    A student at a Catholic university near the border. I’m shocked. Who are some of the biggest enablers of the border problems?

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/18/nearly-900g-in-drug-cash-seized-on-plane-bound-for-mexico-two-19-year-olds-held-authorities-say.html

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    • So He was “Earning” 3.5% per Million.. Per trip (once a week?) = 35,000.00 ..

      **“Martinez stated that he gets paid 3.5% of the U.S. currency smuggled,” the affidavit said. “Martinez further stated that he smuggles approximately 1 million dollars a week.”**

      OH My..

      Think HOW much IS NOT apprehended? MILLION(s)! Every Week!
      THINK IF WE could,, through, asset forfeiture, “APPLY” those monies, (Seized), going towards BUILDING & Maintaining the Border Wall..
      After the *WALL* is built, using those funds for Drug Treatment, for “addicts” or VETERIANS Services, & OR Health services for those brought across the Border via Human trafficking.. Which of course would Promptly end with the wall being built, So those “funds” would be Temporary, as LESS Human trafficking occurs..
      (Or Maintance & Pay for the Border & Wall Guard(s)? via BOUNASES.. )?
      Just a thought..

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  26. Zak Maymin says:

    When Chris Wallace accused Putin of interfering with the US Democracy, Putin essentially said that Russia didn’t do it, but it was all true, right? So what, said Chris.
    Important, because whoever did it might have saved the US freaking Democracy. From Crooked Hillary and the Democrat Party. From the corrupt Obama administration and corrupt FBI, CIA, NSA, DOJ.

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  27. phoenixRising says:

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    • Oldschool says:

      Why do we throw money at tragedies before we even know what the needs are?

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    • Are they (Family & Himself) not covered Under FEDERAL (LIFE), Health insurance? (Much like Military Service members while serving).. ????
      Did some quick research..
      https://www.glassdoor.com/Benefits/US-Secret-Service-Life-Insurance-US-BNFT6_E131896_N1.htm
      **Called ‘FEGLI.” It’s just OK. Based on Age and income level. You can get 1-5X annual salary, plus family coverage for rather small amounts. Not being underwritten, anyone can get it- which is good if you are morbidly obese, smoke, or have a pre-existing condition, but bad because if you are otherwise healthy, you pay too much for your premiums. Extra automatic benefit for those under 35 (which phases out as you approach 40). Premiums increase with your salary and every year as you age. A better option is WAEPA. It is underwritten so you need to take a physical exam but the coverage limits are better as are the premiums which go up ever 5 year block. This agency does offer a $17,000.00 or $35,000.00 death benefit through SAMBA for final expenses outside of FEGLI, payable without a death certificate within 24 hours of death. Premium is only a few dollar a paycheck- well worth it.**

      Here is the WAEPS site..https://www.waepa.org/
      I’m NOT discounting these Folks MAY NEED help…
      If I COULD,, yes I Would toss some cash into the “GoFundMe”..
      The LEAST I could do for a “member” of the @POTUS Secret Service team..

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  32. phoenixRising says:

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  33. cheryl says:

    With all the clickbait at Breitbart, it’s hard to find a superb article like the one posted this morning. https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/17/nolte-helsinki-is-one-of-trumps-finest-moments/

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  34. Raven says:

    My take on the Swamp, close-up and personal.

    Three years and two months ago my husband and I moved into a new house, a new neighborhood, a new city and a new political area within our state. Because we had moved into a new area where I was unknown in politics, and because my husband had finally convinced me that there is such a thing as the Uniparty (something I vehemently fought against until it slapped me in the face), I told my husband I was done with all things political.

    One month and one day later we watched Donald Trump announce his bid for the Presidency. As Donald spoke we could hardly believe our ears; there was a man saying plainly and clearly what we had heard all sane Americans say for many years, there was a man saying plainly and clearly what “politicians” never said – or maybe they said some of the words, but never acted on them.

    After hearing Donald Trump’s speech I turned to my darling and said, ‘I’m diving in again.’ My hubby shook his head in agreement.

    Since that day it has been my mission first to help get Donald Trump elected, and second to help Donald Trump/President Trump clean the swamp; he would clean from the top down, I’d be cleaning from the bottom up.

    I thank God for His mercy and goodness poured out onto the United States of America by giving us President Trump. Thank you, Lord, God Almighty.

    Now, as I continue on in my second quest, I have come to the realization that only God can clean the swamp.

    One and a half years ago I became the Republican Chair of the BPOU (Basic Political Organization Unit) where I live. I have worked hard in this, my volunteer job, making sure I help as many of the 11,000 souls that live in my BPOU, 1) Better understand the political process, 2) Meet candidates who previously would not travel this far “north” in the state (yes, I will guilt any of them into coming here to meet their northern constituents, people who long ago took notice that their vote was not considered important enough for politicians to visit), 3) Know they have a voice that can be heard, and 4) Know they are not the sole conservative in what most people consider a liberal stronghold. It has been a joy watching this conservative flower bloom here in my “new home.”

    But the swamp is swirling around my feet, and right now it seems impossible to beat.

    In Minnesota there are 8 Congressional Districts, and each of those districts has GOP leaders that are supposed to guide and support the BPOUs within them. Each Congressional District (CD) also has its own Constitution that all the leaders of that CD are supposed to follow, and if they do not follow their Constitution then there are steps the BPOU leaders can take to remove CD leaders from office.

    Last month when President Trump came to Duluth, Minnesota (YIPPEE!) a reporter from the Washington Post came to town too. Amy Gardner interviewed people throughout the 8th Congressional District (CD8), the district where Duluth is located, and the district where I live. One of the people Amy interviewed was Ted Lovdahl, the Chair of CD8.

    Here is an excerpt from Amy’s article, “Ted Lovdahl, the GOP chairman in the congressional district the president will visit, is a huge Trump fan. But he is also unapologetic about his preference for Pawlenty – even though he was not supposed to admit it because Johnson had earned the official GOP backing. “I want to win in November, and Tim is the one who can win,” said Lovdahl, a beef cattle farmer and logger who lives in Effie, a town of about 100 people two hours northeast of Duluth. “We have to win.””

    First off, Ted Lovdahl is only a Trump “supporter” now that President Trump beat his candidate, Lyin’ Ted. Ted was rabidly anti-Trump throughout the presidential race and made that crystal clear to me.

    Looking at what Ted said in the WaPo story, does it appear to you as though he is supporting the GOP endorsed candidate for Governor, Jeff Johnson?

    Nope, me either.

    It looked as though Chair Lovdahl was backing Tim Pawlenty, so a group of BPOU leaders in CD8 asked him to step down as chair until after the November election. Ted responded, sounding like a spoiled child trying to justify what he said in the article, ‘I have my rights too,’ and ‘Look at what everyone else is saying about Jeff Johnson,’ (jumping-off-the-bridge mentality) and he included links to articles written in 2016 about things Jeff Johnson once said about Donald Trump – when few men were found in 2016 who had the backbone to stand with Donald Trump – including Ted himself! AND the articles from 2016 actually did quote Jeff Johnson’s words, but took them out of context and placed them where they would do Trump and Johnson the most damage.

    Finally, after being confronted about his support of a non-endorsed candidate by enough people, Ted came out and said he was misquoted by the Washington Post. Yeah, ah ha.

    The CD8 Constitution says that CD8 leaders will support all endorsed GOP candidates or they can be removed from office by BPOU leadership.

    Once Ted was exposed as being in and working for the swamp it was discovered that many (if not most) of the members of CD8 leadership were also supporting swamp creature Pawlenty.

    GOP leaders who are supposed to support our grass roots elected candidates — to represent “us” in the November election — are working for the swamp.

    I have been working since last week, trying to call a meeting to discuss and vote on whether Ted Lovdahl should be removed as chairman of CD8. But in order to send out a call letter I must first have a list of all CD8 BPOU leadership contact information, and guess who has that list? CD8 leadership, the “leaders” who refuses to “share” their list with me or anyone they perceive as being their enemy.

    So right now I am neck deep in the swamp and have, essentially, no recourse.

    I have not given up the fight, nor will I.

    I will continue to pray for the protection of our President, his family and staff, and ask the Lord to remove the chaff that stands in his way.

    As the battle rages I go through Bible verses in my head, finding God’s words to strengthen me and give me hope. Remembering a verse learned long, long ago, lately I have been clinging to a poignant Beatitude, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after righteousness, for they will be filled.”

    These are bittersweet days, with bitter on the left and sweet on the right (cool, huh!). It is a blessing to know that one day our longing for righteousness will be filled.

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    • LM says:

      I pray that God blesses your efforts and your family and that He gives you wisdom and insight for victory in the battle you have undertaken.

      Many times over the years, when things looked blackest and I saw no way forward through the wilderness, God was working in a mighty way and the answer was exceedingly abundantly above all I could ask or think.

      Thank you so much for your great heart and the time you put in for the cause of righteous government and freedom.
      ❤️🙏

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    • bosscook says:

      Thank you for your informative and encouraging post. I agree that only God is truly able…and I pray for our President. The battle is already won. There’s a book…”Goliath Must Fall” that I recommend.

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    • rashomon says:

      Well, aren’t you a nice thwack in the side of the DemoRats’ head. Good show!

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  35. LM says:

    I hope that this article will be an encouragement and provide added validation to the truth that we use in our battle against disinformation and hate.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/07/robert-spencer-in-frontpage-the-lefts-trump-putin-meltdown

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    • SR says:

      May be Soros is not liberal enough for Obama. He still likes to keep his money.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Soros is a corrupt, greedy person. I believe to my soul that he is what the left pictures in their head as evil capitalism (yet fails to make the connection..). He profits off of misery. He will destroy nations if he can make a profit. I don’t believe for a moment that he believes in socialism but takes advantage of the useful idiots.

        I think it’s reached a point for him where the bottom line is no longer worth the investment and he’s trying to save his bacon. I don’t think it’s gonna save him. And at any rate, I’m sure that all the woe he is responsible will catch up to him in the afterlife….

        But I don’t think Soros is stupid. If he is abandoning the dems and takes his money with him.. it’s because he sees what is coming in November…

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        • PaulM says:

          He’s not taking his money with him. He long ago set up trusts and organizations to make sure what he’s been doing continues. Easily the evilest person on earth.

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    • DeWalt says:

      Do not stare into the Devils eyes.

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  36. phoenixRising says:

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  37. Publius2016 says:

    charlottesville taught us that the “left” is unstable and hate our history…Helsinki is teaching us that the “right” is unstable and love WAR…President is teaching us that its really America First or Bust! this train is about to hit 45000 times the speed of light; once on you’ll never leave! it took one week for Fake News Media to understand 2/3 of country love our history and by Sunday, Fake News Media will learn 2/3 want PEACE!

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  38. listingstarboard says:

    Old enough to remember when Pelosi attacked the CIA in 2009 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0H0c6vu25I

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  39. phoenixRising says:

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    • Newman says:

      Look for the media POS’s to concoct some stupid story to get all outraged over…for the sole purpose of burying this upcoming news.

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  40. What the heck is up with this Daniel Hoffman guy? I had respect for him when he was on Hannity a lot regarding foreign affairs. He seemed to know his stuff. Now, he is whining that Trump was not tough enough with Putin. He wanted Trump to scold Putin in public. Hannity pointed out we don’t know what was said during the meeting. Now he was just on with Payne whining the sane thing. What would that have solved? For a guy who has studied Russia for 30 years he seems silly now.

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  41. andyocoregon says:

    The obstructionist Democrats are clamoring to know exactly what was discussed by President Trump and Putin in their 2 plus hour private talk just ahead of the public news conference. They’re going so far as to demanding the interpreter to document everything he or she heard. I say it’s Nunya as in Nunya Business.

    Obama had many secret talks via phone with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, then President of Iran just before he secretly sent over $150 billion to that country a few years ago. Just imagine if President Trump would send even $1 billion to Russia. There would be rioting in the streets.

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  42. SR says:

    Where is AG? Is he still running behind illegals with 5 mg drugs and Hillary is enjoying $400M.

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  43. sunnydaze says:

    Babette Holder, Eric Holder’s cousin, just put an essay up on #WalkAway FB page (can’t link individual posts). She walked during Reagan’s 2nd term so it’s been a while.

    hahaha.

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  44. KBR says:

    Reminder: (read the statement in the link: Hillary said “Our goal is a strong Russia.”

    http://richardgrenell.com/hillary-on-video-our-goal-is-a-strong-russia/

    When you click this link it will no longer load. The accompanying photo is no longer available to download. Wonder why?/s

    What if President Trump had said “Our goal is a strong Russia” ???

    Do NOT let the idiots get to you.

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    • Skippy says:

      It’s sickening what Elias and Porter Cole has done to the United States. All in the name of Democrats rather than Americans!

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  46. Zak Maymin says:

    This is how Putin should have answered the most celebrated question of fearless Chris Wallace: how come many of your critics ended up dead?

    Ronald Reagan popularized many Russian jokes. One of them goes like this.

    An American tells a Russian that the United States is so free he can stand in front of the White House and yell, ‘To hell with Ronald Reagan.’ The Russian replies: That’s nothing. I can stand in front of the Kremlin and yell, ‘To hell with Ronald Reagan, too.’

    You are so brave coming here and asking me this question. There are dozens of Clintons associates – you know former President Bill and almost current President Hillary – dozens, who possessed incriminating evidence against them and died mysteriously. Seth Rich? Have you ever asked either of the Clintons why? Has any of American journalists, your colleagues, asked them?

    You keep accusing me that i interfered with your democracy. Doesn’t this small observation prove that you have no democracy to interfere with?

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