August 19th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #577

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1,118 Responses to August 19th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #577

  1. gda says:

    Ed Rollins:

    – confident we hold the House – maybe lose around 5 at worst (b/c of all the resignations)
    – expects we pick up at least 2 or 3 in the Senate. Could have been up to 10 (he did not elaborate why it won’t BE 10)!

    Imagine if we had 10 Senate pickups and held the House.

    No filibuster!. All the appointments we want, including judges. Hello Wall and a MAGA Immigration Act.

    But I’ll take the House and 54 Senate seats. Oh yeah!

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    • dallasdan says:

      My feeling is the respective Repub majorities in the House and Senate need to be a minimum of 15 and 5 (excluding McCain, who could easily live another 12 months) to see forward movement of the MAGA legislative agenda. The RINOs, particularly in the Senate, will be less likely to scheme among themselves to vote negatively if they feel their efforts will be unsuccessful. .

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      • Lady in Red says:

        Regarding McStain, has anyone seen proof of life? I want proof. He certainly seems to be one lucky anomaly when it comes to aggressive brain tumors.

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        • Rhoda R says:

          My money is on permanent residence in a deep freeze until such time as the Az governor names his wife as his successor. Then we’ll have the funeral.

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          • Lady in Red says:

            I believe you may be right, as crazy as it sounds. This would all make for a great sci-fi/ thriller, wouldn’t it? Of course, reviews would be brutal as it would be deemed too far- fetched.

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            • thedoc00 says:

              Look up the 1974 movie “Dark Star”.

              Its either that movie or the end of the movie “Dr. Strange Love”, look mein furher I can walk again.

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        • oldschool says:

          Lady, i’ve been thinking this for months. At one point meghan took a long leave, i thought he actually died back then. I do not believe he is still alive unless there is proof.

          Isn’t it amazing how quickly congress puts these crap bills together to protect mueller from trump, reign in trump’s authority on tarriffs, now security clearances, but how about a terminal congressman holding on to a seat? How about a time limit on those with terminal illness?

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          • Lady in Red says:

            Agree. We need our representatives to have the ability to actually represent us. If you are are terminally ill (or already dead?) and unable to even show your face in DC and do your job (you know, like vote and stuff) you should be required to give up your seat.

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        • Vince says:

          I would think anyone in Arizona could file a lawsuit to get proof of life of a senator from that state.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I like the legislative leeway there will undoubtedly be after the November hold and extend and after the further Coup revelations and legal developments. Trump will bring fire down on neverTrumper and Democrats alike.

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      I think they are unpromising with the potentiality of over-delivering. Ok start with your 5, right now McKaskill is under performing, The long shots showing life, MN, NM, heck even CT, the Races to watch, NJ with Hugin’s MA with Geoff Diehl v Phocahauntus, and John James in MI. IMHO? If our VSG PDJT runs the table how does he not pick up 10 to 13? Their are those wonks among us that are calling 5 and saying another 4 or 5 if we get lucky and my 3 outliers and the three long shots, that is what 16? Bottom line? I think we are going to better than anyone anticipated especially with PDJT campaigning as hard as he did in 2016, I still say 10 to 13. Watch Kelli Ward as well, the question is will she get the official POTUS endorsement. That would be another Trumpian in the Senate.

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    • dufrst says:

      We can get the 10 if Trump voters come out and vote for GOP straight ticket to provide Trump the reinforcements he needs. This is a once in a lifetime shot to set this country straight for a generation or two! I believe Trump will make that message clear when he campaigns and I think the GOP will defy history with these midterms and add seats to both the House and Senate! MAGA!!

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  2. phoenixRising says:

    Clapper Turns On Brennan: “John And His Rhetoric Have Become An Issue”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-19/clapper-turns-brennan-john-and-his-rhetoric-have-become-issue

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  3. phoenixRising says:

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  4. James F says:

    Idiot Sharpton making a total fool of himself while trying to attack President Trump.

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  5. phoenixRising says:

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    • dallasdan says:

      I think McGahn is simply the next desperate straw the leftists are clutching, hoping that magic will happen. They are a pathetic, despicable, and dangerous bunch of traitors to the good things for which America stands.

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      • Dutchman says:

        What’s going to be funny, and something to look forward to;

        As another poster said, look at how many have been said or even faux-leaked to be cooperating with Mueller, meaning telling him stuff ‘incriminating’to “Trump”, ;
        Flynn, Popadufous, Manafort, etc.

        At some point, the dam is going to break, on the other side, and there will be a rush to play “musical chair let’s make a deal”, from the real perps, May even have already started. And the public won’t know until well after the deal is done.

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  6. John says:

    It’s ok, let them keep killing their reputations and credibility. Meanwhile the R’s will work their way up to Obama and his fake birth certificate.

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  7. Robert Smith says:

    NBC Analyst ‘Virtually Certain’ Ten Percent of Republicans Would Let Trump Kill Their Parents and Grandparents

    https://www.mediaite.com/online/msnbcs-heilemann-goes-there-virtually-certain-10-percent-of-gop-would-say-its-ok-for-trump-to-kill-my-parents/

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    • rashomon says:

      I believe it was Dr. Zeke Emanuel, Rahm’s bro, who suggested there was a set age when older people were no longer useful. Funny, the DimDems didn’t complain about that statement when he testified before Congress on death panels.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Sarah Palin got roasted alive for Death Panels.

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      • Skippy says:

        OLICY & ANALYSIS
        Hope To Die At 75: Ezekiel Emanuel Has A Death Wish

        Health Care: A prominent doctor declares he knows the right age to die. Ordinarily, this wouldn’t deserve a second thought — except this doctor claims to be a medical ethicist and was an architect of ObamaCare.

        Ezekiel Emanuel, who happens to be the brother of Chicago mayor and former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, wrote an essay last week in the Atlantic titled: “Why I Hope to Die at 75.”

        “Seventy-five,” he writes in his opening paragraph. “That’s how long I want to live: 75 years.” In his mind, by the time he reaches that age, “I will have lived a complete life.”

        Though he admits that death is a loss, he says, “living too long is also a loss. It renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived.”

        Emanuel can speak for himself. But he should not be speaking for the rest of us. And he will surely say that he isn’t.

        But, in fact, he is. He spools out roughly 5,000 words in the Atlantic, trying to convince readers that they should all agree with him. If he thinks he should die at 75, then clearly he believes we all should. It’s just better for society — never mind what an individual wants.

        Emanuel’s death wish is based on fears of age-related conditions and disabling diseases such as Alzheimer’s. The troubles of growing old are not a subject he’s unfamiliar with. He has talked and written extensively about end-of-life health care, and promoted his “complete lives system,” which health care analyst Greg Scandlen says would prioritize “adolescents and young adults in receiving health care” over infants and the elderly.

        Though he doesn’t support euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide, Emanuel’s discussions — his fixation, really — about end-of-life care, health care costs and “our older years” that “are not of high quality” indicates that he isn’t thinking about aging and the aged in the same way that most of the rest of us are.

        When considering Emanuel’s comments, it’s impossible not to think of the “death panels” of ObamaCare.

        No, there are no “death panels” in the sense that a commission will decide who will die and who will get treatment. Yet ObamaCare does have its Independent Payment Advisory Board, a group of 15 unelected bureaucrats who would be tasked with making sure that Medicare doesn’t exceed spending targets.

        https://www.investors.com/politics/policy-analysis/ezekiel-emanuel-wants-to-die-at-age-75/

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        • Fake Nametag says:

          My 75+ year old parents and my young children are worth more to me than anything in this world but to this asshole they are worthless because they aren’t useful slaves for his communist machine.

          I wonder how he feels about autistic and Downs afflicted individuals; I guess they are valueless to him.

          I’m hoping Ezekiel’s monstrous ideology dies at the age of 75, if not sooner. For Ezekiel himself I pray that he uses whatever remaining time God has planned for him to find value in the lives of others.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        I believe he thought the age of 76 was his ‘you’ve lived long enough’ age before it was no longer cost effective to give medical care for what he determined were obviously no longer productive people. Really sick man to think that. Wonder what his kids will do to celebrate his 76th birthday. Should be interesting.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I would certainly let “Trump”kill the analyst, not SURE about analyst’s parents and grandparents, but open to the idea of retroactive Darwin awards.

      If you ENCOURAGE your offspring to be libertards, cause you are a libertard, well then,…

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  8. phoenixRising says:

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  9. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  10. Robert Smith says:

    Dem. Rep. Alcee Hastings Jokes: “It’s A Catastrophe” If Someone Saves A Drowning President Trump

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    • andyocoregon says:

      Yuk, Yuk, that guy’s a Schmuck.

      Liked by 2 people

    • alligatriot says:

      Good ‘ole Alcee. Sigh. From my Sunshine State.

      – First African-American appointed as a Florida judge (by Carter).
      – One of only 12 judges in history to be thrown out of the judiciary (corruption).
      – The information-challenged voters of southeast Florida subsequently elected him to congress. (And keep electing him.)
      – Currently under investigation for ethics violations for illegal payments to a convicted money launderer and a girlfriend.

      As Monica Showalter of American Thinker described him: “…long failing upward.”

      Alcee shouldn’t be cracking jokes – he IS one.

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  11. Donna in Oregon says:

    Our very stable genius POTUS says:

    Six measures to clean up the
    corruption and special interest
    collusion in Washington, DC:

    ★ FIRST, propose a constitutional amendment to
    impose term limits on all members of Congress.
    ★ SECOND, a hiring freeze on all federal employees
    to reduce the federal workforce through attrition
    (exempting military, public safety, and public health).
    ★ THIRD, a requirement that for every new federal regulation,
    two existing regulations must be eliminated.
    ★ FOURTH, a fi ve-year ban on White House and
    Congressional offi cials becoming lobbyists after they
    leave government service.
    ★ FIFTH, a lifetime ban on White House offi cials lobbying
    on behalf of a foreign government.
    ★ SIXTH, a complete ban on foreign lobbyists raising
    money for American elections.

    Our part on November 2018 to have a Trump Wave election to put this thru:

    Clean Up Corruption in Washington Act
    Enacts new ethics reforms to drain the swamp and reduce
    the corrupting influence of special interests on our politics.

    https://assets.donaldjtrump.com/_landings/contract/O-TRU-102316-Contractv02.pdf

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  12. Katherine McCoun says:

    If we could write the questions asked of Ohr what would they be?

    What are key questions, key points, key puzzle pieces that need to be put into place?

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Who did you understand Steele to mean by “we”, “we’re” etc.?

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    • Dutchman says:

      So, did she hypnotize you, or are you BLIND, or how do you explain making a blunder of such an important, life altering decision as who to marry?

      Oh, sorry you meant ?’s about the coup, didn’t you?,…never mind!

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      • 🍺Gunny says:

        Do you turn off the lights or just close your eyes?

        Do you still talk to each other on the Ham Radio for normal conversations or have you started talking face to face?

        We understand your sex life is difficult. After you take your clothes off both of you can’t quit laughing! ( RIP Rodney )

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    • smartyjones1 says:

      Mighty Joe G drops some bombs, subtle but they are there.

      He said that the declassification of documents, the FISA app(s) presumed to be part of it is underway.

      Joe also said that John Huber is working on the leaks and unmasking plus the illegal release of the President’s conversations with foreign leaders.

      Quite a big plate on tap and I take Joe as being accurate as he’s close to all of #SpyGate.

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  13. redhotrugmama says:

    Regarding the pulling of security clearances yes some Board of Directors hire individuals because of their clearances and these renew every 5 years. One other interesting thing of note (I am going to caveat this statement that this process may have changed since say after 2010). My father worked for 48 years with a large gov’t contractor as an engineer designing nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers. As such he had a pretty high clearance. Right before he retired he mentioned that he was considering taking a job as a courier of classified information. The way it was explained to me was after retirement people with certain high levels of clearance could get jobs with the gov’t as couriers basically hand carrying classified documents between embassies and other gov’t facilities (types of information that is not transmitted via computers). The person basically gets paid a small amount of money along with airfare and a per diem. My dad said it was a great way to travel in retirement. I do not know if this program still exists, but it sure is interesting. My dad said it was very important to keep your clearance when you retired so you could be eligible for other jobs. PT taking away security clearances is cutting off their money train………………choo choo!

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    • andyocoregon says:

      John Brennan abused his security clearance privilege and ruined it for all retired government employees. I’m glad to see President Trump ordering a review of many security clearance holders who no longer have a direct need for them.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        No, Brennan is symptom of a major problem.

        Everybody leaving government service should have their clearance deactivated. if they go to work for a non-government employer, including the start up of their own commercial business, then the business needs to go through the process of and pay for either reactivating a clearance or acquiring a clearance.

        That limits clearances to subjects related to the employers business and cuts off “legal” leaking to all non-government employees, who then uses that information for private purposes.

        General (retired) Jack Keene gave a great commentary on this topic.

        Add to this the fact all government employees should go through a vetting process that prohibits them from working on items related to the work in government, especially items where they held any decision authority or directly contributed. DoD has some pretty good rules along these lines that should be applied government wide.

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      The other consequence of having your security clearance revoked is that those who have clearance can no longer discuss matters, communication or documents that require a clearance. So, the “revoked” will have their inside information and access cut off.

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      • SharonKinDC says:

        ^^^^^ THIS is the key. The MSM defends the corrupt by saying they don’t access info (as in logging on to a gov’t computer in a SCIF). That’s not the point… their minions still in gov’t pass along info, b/c ‘clearance’. This will put an end to that BS.

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  14. phoenixRising says:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I’m sure his co-conspirators noticed.

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    • rashomon says:

      The man never should have been in that position; he is psychologically ill-equipped for such demands.

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    • Mncpo(ret) says:

      Geeze, just look at him, he is evil personified. Empty eyes, perpetual frown, he hates anything that is good and true.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:


      This is the video to which Sundance refers in this tweet?

      One thing I noticed is that in the shots that show Brennan’s hands and feet he is Constantly fidgeting. He has been on stage and in front of the cameras so much in the past that I can’t imagine he is nervous only because he is on TV so that makes me wonder why he is so nervous and anxious.

      Brennan calls President Trump “Mr. Trump” consistently throughout the interview.

      Brennan claims that he gave President Trump a year…. He spoke out against President Trump during the first year.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        So Brennan says that the reason he said that President Trump was nothing short of treasonous is because he didn’t condemn Russia in Helsinki. He says that he is serving the interests of another country. He felt President Trump ought to have turned to Putin in front of the whole world and told him to never do this again, etc.

        So because he did not say what Brennan wanted him to say to Putin on stage in front of the whole world Brennan thinks he is treasonous. Brennan is not president and does not get to decide how President Trump handles foreign relations.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Maddow: What would an American have to do to be considered part of that conspiracy (as outlined by the Mueller in the indictments)? … to be an abettor …? (paraphrased)

        Brennan: “I will leave it to the lawyers and the courts to decide something is criminal or not. But in my mind, it requires someone to knowingly support the efforts of a foreign government to interfere in US domestic politics and esp. an election. And so any American who was working with the Russians or intermediaries who were working with Russians and those Americans who knowingly tried to collude, conspire and to worked with them in order to advance their political objectives here in the states, I think that rises to the level of conspiracy.”

        Brennan goes on to claim that he thinks there was collusion and conspiracy due to what he learned AFTER he left office, what has read in the press. He did not know that when President Trump asked for the Russians to get Hillary’s emails that there were actions on that day to do just that. He is going with the Obama alibi of, I found out when you all did, when it was in the media.

        Brennan then goes on to emphasis that he was very concerned about Americans reaching out to Russians for dirt on President Trump.

        So, as Sundance says, Brennan just argued for what Hillary, the DNC, the FBI, et al., did to get dirt on President Trump that thus allowed Russia to use the US gov & Hillary to influence our election in their favor. We know where the Steel info came from – Russians!

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Brennan telling Maddow that about what he testified in closed session with the Senate – why is he allowed to tell this now? has this been declassified? He claims that he first saw the dossier in Dec, ’16.

        He tells that the dossier was circulating widely among the press several months earlier – how did the press have it.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Well, skip all of my comments. Sundance posted a whole article with transcripts, etc.
        Sundance does not always post an article after posting tweet on a subject. I thought I was being helpful but he does a Much better job (of course). Wish I hadn’t watched it now and listened to Brennan, rewatching again and again to get the quote because Sundance covers it all and covers it well.
        But his tweet made me curious so I went looking for the video and want to learn more. That is one great thing about this blog – not just how much I am able to read and learn but how I have been taught to look up things for myself. For example: I never read a poll without looking at the details behind the poll, thanks to Sundance!

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    • redhotrugmama says:

      Dang look at that face! Psychopath or Sociopath? Take your pick!

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  15. phoenixRising says:

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  16. sunnydaze says:

    Spontaneous MAGA Rally, 34th St. NYC. hahahha!

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  17. phoenixRising says:

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    • America First says:

      Staggering the degree of chutzpah for a man who delivered a 13 minute explanation of how HRC had broken federal laws and then ended lamely with “but no reasonable prosecutor would prosecute” to even mention a society based on the rule of law. The one he ignored when it was inconvenient.

      If we return to THAT society, the one to which he brazenly refers, he will be in prison for his egregious professional malfeasance.

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    • He wouldn’t even know what truth is even if it stares at him! Lying comey!

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  18. Skippy says:

    POLITICS & POLICY The Police Were Not Policed
    By VICTOR DAVIS HANSON
    August 7, 2018 6:30 AM

    “How can Americans now trust the intelligence agencies shown to be corrupt in the very recent past?”

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/08/hard-to-trust-doj-fbi-cia-without-accountability/

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  19. recoverydotgod says:

    John Brennan’s op-ed in the NYT focused a lot on Alexander Bortnikov, the head of Russia’s internal security service. One fact that his op-ed didn’t mention is that Alexander Bortnikov visited Brennan at CIA in 2015.

    U.S. Spy Chief On Apple, ISIS And His Future At The CIA
    Mary Louise Kelly
    February 24, 2016

    https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2016/02/24/467699881/u-s-spy-chief-on-apple-isis-and-his-future-at-the-cia

    -snip-

    On what moment stands out in his 35-year career in U.S. intelligence:

    BRENNAN: When I welcomed the head of the Russian FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, to the CIA last year. And I walked with him across the lobby, across our infamous CIA seal there. It was rather surreal, that the head of the FSB and the head of the CIA were walking together.

    -snip-

    Opinion
    U.S. invites a Russian fox into the chicken coop
    By David J. Kramer
    February 19, 2015

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/us-invites-a-russian-fox-into-the-chicken-coop/2015/02/19/3e9f9f86-b7b8-11e4-aa05-1ce812b3fdd2_story.html?utm_term=.216b8a6f6afb

    -snip-

    The writer is senior director for human rights and democracy at the McCain Institute.

    The Russian KGB, known today as the FSB, has come to Washington.The organization’s director, Alexander Bortnikov, is leading the Russian delegation to President Obama’s “Countering Violent Extremism” summit this week. The optics of this — having the head of the successor agency to the Soviet KGB in Washington as Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine and conducts a nasty crackdown on human rights at home — are terrible.

    -snip-

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  20. thesavvyinvester says:

    Geoff Diehl today, TV interview Boston, Juxtapose his stance vs. Liz Warren, this guy is “the real Diehl”

    https://cbsloc.al/2vXHaAh

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  21. Treepers if anyone can find me the funniest video from election night it will be great. It’s the one with the guy running back and forth on the board while it was turning red! I can’t find it. You tube may have taken it off! Was it abc?

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  22. Robert Smith says:

    Google employees revolt against censored searches in China – US censorship *crickets* *crickets*

    After employee revolt, Google says it is “not close” to launching search in China
    But CEO Sundar Pichai believes Google can have “a positive impact” there.

    https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/08/after-employee-revolt-google-says-it-is-not-close-to-launching-search-in-china/

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    • sunnydaze says:

      My Gawd, what blatant hypocrites.

      Hope China censors the company and their “searches” over there into oblivion- maybe that’s what it’ll take to wake these fools up.

      China KNOWS Google is FINE with censorship by their behavior and policies here in the U.S. What the h*ll did they expect China to do?

      It’s not like Google’s been standing up for Free Speech in the one country in the world where it’s actually supposed to reign.

      The fools want their cake and eat it too.

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  23. big bad mike says:

    Brennan should run for POTUS to get his security clearance back and pick Chelsea Manning as his running mate.

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  24. Tesla Coiled says:

    Just watched Joe Dan’s latest “The Media that Cried Trump.” Another keeper.

    First tried on YouTube, not surprisingly, the video was labelled “in violation” and would not play.

    Then tried searching “Intellectual Frog Legs” on the Roku Vimeo App, it didn’t find much. But when I search “media that cried” it came up.

    At the ending credits, I got in trouble. I pointed out an “Executive Producer” name that we know. Then Dear Wife saw my name roll by, gave me a Stern look, and demanded “how much money did you send them!?” Ahem. Forgot about that…

    https://intellectualfroglegs.com/

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  25. Bert Darrell says:

    I posted this comment, reflecting my personal convictions, elsewhere.

    I’d like to predict that the number of trolls polluting this web site will significantly reduced after the November elections. Many of us know who they are; those who begin by praising the President right before criticizing him based on either silly misconceptions or outright lies propagated by the MSM or Brock’s infamous troll army.

    I fully expect to enjoy, come November, the success of the Republican party in securing majorities in both the House and the Senate, and PDJT’s efforts to advance his (and our) agenda to make America great again, as well as a reduction in the number of posts submitted by pesky cheap-pizza eaters. MAGA!

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  26. Bull Durham says:

    21 Trillion Dollars missing in the Pentagon!

    Not a typo, that’s Trillions.

    Yet, they get nearly another Trillion in their special budget.

    It’s time for a Presidential Investigative Commission made up of Citizens with no connection to military, politics and media or academia. Just common sense people who understand accounting and have handled large budgets to hunt down the theft of an enormous treasure stolen from us, and which has weakened our national security, our efforts overseas, our national domestic economy and out future. The corruption in the MIC, State and CIA is the worst in the world. The scale is beyond comprehension. But it’s all real, very real.

    https://www.truthdig.com/articles/the-pentagon-cant-account-for-21-trillion/

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  27. dufrst says:

    In the meanwhile, as the Russian collusion narrative collapses and China’s economy collapses, the reunification of the Koreas continues apace as Trump-Kim-Moon have planned….

    This is a major story, no?

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  28. phoenixRising says:

    THREAD

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  29. phoenixRising says:

    THREAD

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  30. Yep, and that is why no interview with Mueller should be held.

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  31. phoenixRising says:

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  34. Bull Durham says:

    DNI Clapper, an idiot.
    DNI Coates, another dope. Put in as a placeholder. Now we are to believe he’s some kind of brilliant.

    These guys are there because they not ask questions, don’t know anything, and don’t see much.

    Since the Patriot Act, the American citizens have had the wool pulled over their eyes.

    General Flynn was going to change all that, had it all in motion, and they fooled the President about Mike Flynn.

    We are at the mercy of corrupt, lying idiots who keep scaring the hell out of people about who is a “threat”, an “enemy” to us.

    Connect the dots.

    Deep State, Corruption, Missing Trillions, MIC getting trillion dollar budgets, endless wars, and not a sliver of real security against real terror, drug smuggling, violent aliens, and a Swamp of Globalists and Elites who want the US to surrender its sovereignty.

    All packaged and wrapped in a Flag so no one can challenge them.

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  35. IMO says:

    New Mexico Completes More Than Half of Its Border Wall Section – One America News Network
    UPDATED 8:05 AM PT — August 18, 2018
    http://www.oann.com/new-mexico-completes-more-than-half-of-its-border-wall-section/

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  36. Robert Smith says:

    DACA Interruptus by Master Bates

    Government doesn’t have to accept new DACA applications, but must process renewals

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/aug/18/judge-halts-full-daca-restart/

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  37. sunnydaze says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      haha. true:

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  38. sunnydaze says:

    Whatever would we do without our blatantly biased “journalism”?

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  39. JX says:

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  40. Anna says:

    Good morning Treepers,
    I have heard from a DC contact that it would be helpful to politely reach out to Murkowski and Collins, to ask them to support Kavanaugh. Spread the word via email.

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