July 23rd – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #550

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972 Responses to July 23rd – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #550

  1. Have you reported young mr. hogg’ threats to our POTUS yet today?

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  2. Flip this leftist poll…

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  3. George Hicks says:

    Mark Simone, just now on Lou Dobbs, says the President should arrest Jeff Sessions for loitering. LOL!

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  4. cbjoasurf says:

    Potential “GREAT NEWS ” about North Korea
    https://www.38north.org/2018/07/sohae072318/

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  5. JX says:

    US District Judge T.S. Ellis also delayed the start of the trial, originally scheduled for Wednesday, to July 31.

    The jury will consist of 16 people, including four alternates.

    The five witnesses granted immunity are: James Brennan, Donna Duggan, Conor O’Brien, Cindy Laporta and Dennis Raico

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/23/politics/manafort-witnesses-immunity/index.html

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  6. phoenixRising says:

    I despise David Shapiro. If he weren’t a member of the tribe no one would pay him any attention.

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    • mot2grls says:

      This is my tweet to Little Nasal Boy Ben:
      Boy you never miss an opportunity to try to insult our President. You are just an elitist brat. Not buying your act! It’s a shame that so many young people follow you.

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  8. Skippy says:

    POLITICS
    Russian Hackers Reach U.S. Utility Control Rooms, Homeland Security Officials Say
    Blackouts could have been caused after the networks of trusted vendors were easily penetrated
    By Rebecca Smith
    July 23, 2018 7:21 p.m. ET
    6 COMMENTS
    Hackers working for Russia claimed “hundreds of victims” last year in a giant and long-running campaign that put them inside the control rooms of U.S. electric utilities where they could have caused blackouts, federal officials said. They said the campaign likely is continuing.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/russian-hackers-reach-u-s-utility-control-rooms-homeland-security-officials-say-1532388110

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  9. I realize that this is off topic, but it’s something I came across that I thought might interest some people who may have at one time liked Glenn Beck

    . In years past, when he first came on the scene, I actually liked Glenn Beck and thought he brought out a lot of good information. Unfortunately, his good works were short lived and something happened to make him lose his mind, at least in my estimation. He has been going steadily downhill for quite some time now, but this is the absolute lowest point of his career.

    Apparently, Glenn is now openly and fully supporting one of the most depraved pedophiles who by any metric should be in jail. Beck should be put out of business if he’s not already. Disgusting.

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2018/07/21/glenn-beck-defends-james-gunn-after-disney-firing-over-child-rape-tweets-we-all-make-mistakes/

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    • lastinillinois says:

      I saw this the other day.

      I couldn’t believe it.

      The Deeps must have dirt on Beck too.

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      • last- I think Beck has gone so far down that maybe he is back to drinking and/or drugging. He freely has admitted that he is a recovering alcoholic and has spoken at length about his struggles. I simply can’t imagine any other reason he has gone so far off the rails unless it’s what you say, that they have some bad dirt on him. ** It must be pretty bad is all I can say, for him to defend this piece of human excrement.

        I think there are a lot of us who at one time liked and admired Beck. I remember his first shows on Fox and how impressed I was with his white boards and analysis.

        Just goes to show- you never really know about people.

        I don’t know how Beck thinks he can get away with this one, defending this guy’s despicable and obscene behavior. It is truly beyond the pale. This is not a free speech issue. This is about crimes against babies and innocent children.

        Glenn Beck should rot in hell along with all the other perverts.

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    • dallasdan says:

      I agree. As a physician, I have observed his manifestation of mental illness progressively worsen in recent years. Without a neurological assessment, I won’t speculate on the nature of his sickness, but I strongly suspect it is very debilitating over time.

      I am confident that he is financially able to get excellent medical care/treatment, but, at best, it is only moderating the onset of what is likely to culminate in a very unfortunate failure of his mental health.

      Until his condition becomes obvious to casual observers, Beck will continue to negatively influence them, which is a shame.

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    • Binkser1 says:

      Looking at this from a purely business standpoint: in what world does defending someone with thousands of disgusting pedophilia references in his tweets help your “business?” How deluded is Glen Becks thinking? Does he really think this will get more listeners by defending this guy? Sick!

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  10. phoenixRising says:

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  11. phoenixRising says:

    THREAD – click on tweet

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  12. ForGodandCountry says:

    Why revoke “cabal” security clearances?

    Simple.

    A: It makes it a crime to shared classified info with such individuals.

    They should have done this long ago.

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    • Dutchman says:

      VERY good point. So, even though, since they are no longer working for government, so have no ‘need to know’, and therefore cannot directly access classified info, since they retain their clearance, those who ARE still working on Gov., in classified areas, can SHARE it with them, and that’s not illegal!

      Interesting, and ties in with godandcountry post farther down, about Sessions saying 27 active leak investigations!

      Even threatening to revoke clearances has got to make anyone sharing info with them QUITE nervous!

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  13. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • webgirlpdx says:

      Thanks for the link, Phoenix. I do believe this. I’ve also wondered about Sen. Paul in all of this as I’ve never thought of him as a confidant of the President but after he came out so supportive of P45 and the Helsinki crap maybe he’s been in along.

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  14. phoenixRising says:

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  15. phoenixRising says:

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  16. citizen817 says:

    Carter Page on Tucker

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    • JX says:

      The Steele dossier is like the IC Report, both are allegations without supporting facts. Both originated with the Clinton campaign and both were used by the FBI.

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  19. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  20. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

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  22. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  23. waltherppk says:

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  24. Ditch Mitch says:

    Anyone have information on a rally in Tampa on 31 July? It was announced earlier today along with a fundraiser.

    Deplorables welcome.

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  25. waltherppk says:

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  26. ForGodandCountry says:

    Jeff Sessions, in Nov. 2017….

    QUOTE:

    “Wolfe’s arrest comes after Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified, in November 2017, that the Justice Department had numerous ongoing leaks investigations, including presumably this one. “Members of the committee, we had about nine open investigations of classified leaks in the last three years,” Sessions . “(By contrast) We have 27 investigations open today. We intend to get to the bottom of these leaks.”

    Even earlier, in August 2017, Sessions issued a stern warning to would-be leakers, “Don’t do it.”

    And now we see, thanks to Sundance, how Sessions went about both capturing Wolfe and what his sting operation revealed….

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2018/07/23/indicted-senate-staffer-james-wolfe-leaked-a-2017-copy-of-full-fisa-warrant-against-carter-page-to-reporter-ali-watkins/

    You wanted direct, tangible evidence Sessions is a “white hat”, here you go.

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    • MAGADJT says:

      Maybe he is a white hat, maybe he isn’t. The fact is that he stabbed POTUS in the back by crumpling like a cheap suit in his confirmation hearing and agreeing to recuse under dem questioning, all without discussing with POTUS first has caused every bit of this. An active AG would have stopped any of this from happening.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        DJT appointed James Comey instead of firing him. Sessions recommended during the Transition to Fire James Comey on day 1.

        DJT is to blame for all that Comey did to launch the SC.

        Accept that reality and then criticize Sessions if you want.

        DJT listened to Pence and got rid of General Flynn. Flynn had buried the DNI and CIA low on the Power Structure of Intel Agencies. If DJT had kept Flynn, the CIA and DNI would be suppressed, Flynn and the Oval office would have had control over the IC.

        Get the facts straight.

        DJT made two brutally bad decisions very early on. Day 1 and Day 23. He’s suffered the ramifications every since. Has nothing to do with Jeff Sessions recusing.

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  27. daughnworks247 says:

    Where are the lady treepers?
    Here is our man, Ryan Zinke, AND he’s holding a puppy.
    Does it get any better?

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  28. Yawn….. We’ve been patient. Fun to watch all the smarter than thou, less patient than thou ramble on ……….

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  29. sunnydaze says:

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  30. sunnydaze says:

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  31. Lucille says:

    Thread by @ThomasWictor: “(1) @FAIRmediawatch publishes Iranian propaganda.

    18. Here’s why I applaud President Trump for by passing Congress as much as he can.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1021567767466586112.html

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  32. Troublemaker10 says:

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  33. citizen817 says:

    Hillary remains a disgusting, lying criminal underneath whatever she wears. She’s worn out America’s welcome, but she is compelled to campaign no matter how old and unpopular she is or how bad her health may be. She needs to run again! What really needs to happen is for her to be locked up.

    —Ben Garrison

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  34. Dutchman says:

    So, on the fisa warrant or application;
    Firstly, there are those who have been impatiently urging VSG- should just “declassify everything, chips call where may”, and those arguing declassifying needs to be done more STRATEGICALLY.

    Seems to me we’ve got out answer, strategic it is.

    Also, the people who submitted these applications have known all along what was in them, (no basis), VSG- has known all along, and each knee the other knew.

    So, as he’s done, time after time, “Our GLORIOUS Bastard” SAID “It’s a witch hunt” over and over, THEN he SHOWS it.

    Like when he talked in the campaign trail, over and over about the crimes committed by illegal aliens. THEN, he has a news conference, and introduced Angel Moms.

    BAM! I TOLD you illegals were killing and taking citizens, here’s PROOF.

    It reinforces HIS credibility, and destroys his opponents credibility.

    And they call for it, every time!

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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  36. bofh says:

    Sorry if this was mentioned already, but I just came across it and find it very interesting. Heshmat Alavi presents simple domain-registration evidence that appears to tightly link the New York Times with the official newspaper of the Iranian government!

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I was hoping someone would link this! Thanks. kaboom

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    • bofh says:

      Googling the phone number shows several other domains for the Iranians:

      [ https://hypestat.com/info/iran-varzeshi.com ] with some lines snipped to save space:

      Domain Name: IRAN-VARZESHI.COM
      Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.networksolutions.com
      Updated Date: 2011-04-13T00:00:00Z
      Creation Date: 1998-04-16T00:00:00Z
      Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-04-15T00:00:00Z
      Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.
      Registrar IANA ID: 2
      Registrant Name: Roghaniha, Mohammad Taghi
      Registrant Organization: Iran press& cultural Ins
      Registrant Street: 620 Eighth Avenue
      Registrant City: new york
      Registrant State/Province: NY
      Registrant Postal Code: 10018
      Registrant Country: US
      Registrant Phone: 212-556-1831

      The Registrant Email is odd – it’s listed in a different font on this page, and is given as asf42@yahoo.com, although on the actual registration it’s ahmfattahi@gmail.com which turns up for iran-newspaper.com, iran-daily.com, iran-varzeshi.com and al-vefagh.com.

      asf42@yahoo.com email address turns up in the registration for the domains icpi.ir and iipa.ir and al-vefagh.com

      org: ICPI (Iran Cultural and Publishing Institute)
      e-mail: asf42@yahoo.com
      address: Iran Cultural and Publishing Institute, No. 208, Western Khorramshahr Ave.,,
      Tehran,

      but whois.com shows a different email for the first two: abdolahzade.s110@gmail.com which gives us ion.ir, inn.ir, iransepid.ir, iipa.ir and irandailyonline.ir

      Note that the street address, 620 Eighth Avenue NYC is the NY Times building, which includes a lot of rental office space, so there are many organizations homed there. But the commonality of the telephone number seems inexplicable.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      That’s an interesting connection. Can’t say I’m surprised by anything the NYTimes does if it is in opposition to American interests though.

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  37. citizen817 says:

    Nunes on
    Ingraham Angle:

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  38. Ivehadit says:

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  39. May she no more than she deserves.

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  40. Lucille says:

    WATCH: Liberals defend Iran
    Tipping Point With Liz Wheeler on OAN

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  41. pmdea says:

    What does Sara know?- “The committee members say the public has an inherent right to know the information contained in the FISA application, which was not disclosed in the 412 pages of highly redacted FISA documents released on Saturday.”

    https://saraacarter.com/house-intelligence-committee-asks-potus-to-declassify-19-pages-of-fisa-for-public/ By Sara Carter | July 23, 2018 | 3:34 PM EST
    Sara explains to Hannity that the missing 19 pages of the FISA application are crucial in the pursuit of justice.

    “In a letter released Sunday night, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence is requesting that President Donald Trump declassify roughly 19 pages of the fourth application of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant on Carter Page.” The letter to Trump (which was signed by all Republican members of the committee) is dated June 24 and states, “In the course of the Committee’s investigation, we have uncovered irregularities with the process by which DOJ and FBI obtained information and sought and renewed three times a warrant pursuant to FISA on U.S. citizen Carter Page. Because DOJ and FBI continue to obstruct the Committee’s investigation, it is time to put the facts in the public domain, consistent with the need to protect intelligence sources and methods.”

    “To enable the public to understand the DOJ’s and FBI’s basis for obtaining the FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals, we respectfully request that you declassify and release publicly, and in unredacted form, pages 10-12 and 17-34, along with all associated footnotes, of the third renewal of the FISA application on Mr. Page,” it states. “That renewal was led in June 2017 and signed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. In addition, we enclose for your information a letter signed by all 13 Committee Republicans to the Presiding Judge of the FISC, asking her to conduct an investigation into DOJ’s conduct in obtaining the FISA warrant and three subsequent renewals.”

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