September 5th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #594

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  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. phoenixRising says:

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    • treehouseron says:

      Back when I was in College with the other little SJW’s 20 years ago, we had this chick come in one day and do her exit essay on Female Genital Mutilation. She was just droning on and on and on about it, and had graphic videos and pictures and everything. I had a full-on PANIC ATTACK sitting there listening to that crap, I honestly thought I was dying.

      Anybody that supports that crap is just evil, that’s not a cultural or religious thing, it’s evil. This isn’t something they do to newborns like circumcision, this is something they do later in life, many of these women bleed to death on their wedding night, all that kind of crap. Just horrible, vicious, disgusting, worst possible crap you can imagine.

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      • cthulhu says:

        It should also be noted that MALE circumcision likely had a straightforward hygienic purpose up until the 20th century, where there has never been a reason for FGM beyond social domination. This feeds into the “pork isn’t kosher because you couldn’t raise pork that was safe to eat in the mideast until the modern era” meme.

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        • trialbytruth says:

          I would have fully agreed with you but my 30.so.ething son just told His mom and I that he got circumcised a couple years ago. Iritatation and pain convinced him it was the right thing to do. He is happy with the decision. He also answered a nagging question for me since the was clipped at birth. No difference in sensitivity.

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      • tuskyou says:

        Did she actually call it mutilation? Crossing my legs. From what I’ve read the moms are involved. How is that motherly!! I hate when they call this barbaric practice ‘female circumcision’. Sneaky way to normalize it. Same thing when you read a headline like “man caught having sex with dog”. You don’t have sex with a dog–it’s rape, it’s animal abuse.

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    • cthulhu says:

      I really want to meet her, shake her hand, and thank her for layin’ down the facts.

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  4. Eric says:

    The Kavanaugh hearings are over the top. Yet another watershed moment for politics in the eyes of the U.S. populace.

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    • Exactly! It is also completely predictable… and that is their problem.

      Legislative action spawned by social outrage is like a cheap phone battery – you can re-charge it but every time you plug it in, the charge capacity decreases. Plug it in more, it charges less. This is precisely what is happening in America and this hearing is a perfect example.

      After they’ve been “killed” by tax cuts, the Obamacare mandate repeal, the successful nomination of Justice Gorsuch, and the nuclear apocalypse caused by President Trump’s “bigger button” NoKo tweet, people are outrage fatigued. More people are seeing through this exceedingly transparent scheme and simply do not care. Throw in low unemployment and a booming economy and people begin to look at these B-list theater productions as a parent would a temper-tantrum throwing 3-year-old… Not exactly the intended message.

      #MoreWinning 😀

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      • Alison says:

        The law of diminishing returns.

        The louder they rant, the more ridiculous the signs, the more outlandish the costumes (Handmaidens?? Was there a trans-maiden in the swarm?), the more the elected politicians lower themselves to temper tantrum level, ….

        The more we #WalkAway. I don’t even get agitated anymore. Their scripts & antics have become so predictable – timed with media coverage – as to be pedantic.

        Some folks might not care for President Trump’s style, but his accomplishments cannot be denied. The Left is left with nothing but their theatrics. And poor ones at that.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Yes, Alison – I don’t get agitated anymore either – in fact, I actually find myself laughing out loud at these maroons. They are hysterical in their absurdity. If I were Kavanaugh, I would have had a difficult time keeping a straight face through all of that nonsense today.

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            • suejeanne1 says:

              we even turn off Fox instead of just leaving it on all day – we turn it on momentarily to see what’s happening and then turn it off and go do something else – in the evenings, Mom and I watch youtube videos (eg., people playing guitar and ukulele – very cheerful and using a different part of your brain that doesn’t seem to make the blood pressure elevate drastically – just a very nice cool even vibe).

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              • olderwiser21 says:

                SueJeanne1 – click on YouTube and watch the Hope for Paws videos posted there. Dog rescue group in Los Angeles – the most amazing rescues and always have happy endings for the little critters. My grandkids and I can watch over and over! Another fun one is called Vet Ranch – same thing except they are veterinarians rescuing injured animals. It can be a bit gruesome, but the results are always so great! They will make you happy!

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                • suejeanne1 says:

                  yes, I love to see the dogs that get a “makeover” – sometimes quite gradually, as they need a lot of love and care – it is really beautiful to watch how they “blossom” and are so darn cute

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  5. phoenixRising says:

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • Earl & Pearl Tourist says:

      He damn well better be….just sayin’

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      • tav says:

        DC Whispers –

        John McCain detested Donald Trump so much so that he willfully participated in assisting the Hillary Clinton campaign with what became the Trump/Russia collusion hoax. The longtime Arizona senator was said to be increasingly bitter over the likelihood he would not live to see the destruction of the Trump presidency. That bitterness would likely be worsened if McCain knew his replacement was former longtime Arizona senator, Jon Kyl—a man now firmly on the side of President Trump.

        Kyl was not an immediate passenger on the 2016 Trump Train but his criticisms of the then-insurgent Trump campaign were muted and based primarily on Trump’s bellicose campaigning style. As Trump’s presidential successes grew so too did Mr. Kyl’s respect for the job the president was doing despite significant political and media-driven opposition. (He once admonished the anti-Trump media and told them to cut Trump some slack.) This respect recently culminated in Kyl’s willingness to assist in the now-ongoing (and critically important) Supreme Court appointment of Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

        Where John McCain’s ego and sense of self-importance and entitlement were so often front and center, Kyl’s leadership is both more subdued, stronger, and ultimately more successful than McCain’s long but dubious record of actual legislative achievement.

        Make no mistake, replacing McCain with Kyl in the U.S. Senate is a big win for the Trump White House.

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  7. steph_gray says:

    So glad Geoff Diehl won and will be taking the fight to Fauxcahontas in November!!

    A Massachusetts Miracle – my vote actually counted.

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  9. citizen817 says:

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    • steph_gray says:

      Lori Trahan is a union hack but probably the least objectionable of all the Dim dwarfs in the race for Tsongas’ seat. I think Koh is progtard but did not study that side. Rick Green (the R) might have more chance against Koh. Not sure

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      • thedoc00 says:

        There may be more “beatable” democrat candidates but there is no such thing as a “safe” or “more acceptable” democrat candidate. Connor Lamb (PA) is living proof. They all fall into the conga-line behind Schumer and Pelosi after the ink dries on the election results certification.

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  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. citizen817 says:

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    • millwright says:

      Until the Trump Administration nominated Mr. Kavanaugh for Associate Justice the Left had no issue with him ! And I find it particularly telling todayh’s circus opened with the Democrats claiming ” no background documents ” when they’ve had months to research his every written word ! Pure obstructionism and perhaps, ( if reports by at least one Senator are true ) a conspiracy to block his hearings . Another ” Special Counsel or Grand Jury ” investigation perhaps ?

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      • cthulhu says:

        There have been more pages of documents submitted for Kavanaugh than for the previous five justices, combined. Just what do they expect to find on what his mother taped to the refrigerator that is relevant to anything?

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        If you are referring to Ted Cruz–I heard it too. I hope it is true.
        According to Ted Cruz’s speech in Judge Kavanaugh confirmation hearing today, Kavanaugh did hand over more than 1/2 million pages of documents. I’m not a fan of Cruz, but he shared interesting info that I wasn’t aware of. Listen to this YouTube. Can anyone confirm if what Cruz said is true?

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Yes, it’s true about the massive number of documents.

          It has been widely reported on, over the last two months, as the Kavanaugh nomination process has been unfolding.

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        • Jedi9 says:

          Great statement by Cruz! This is the Cruz that I like! He really laid into the Democrats and called it like it really is. Not a good look for Democrats going forward. Their strategy is going to blow up in their faces! Mouthy Kamala really did herself no favors either by staging her clown act. Unbelievable that this is happening, then again, it insures us that people are beginning to see what the Democrats really are, and its good for November and beyond!

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        • Ldave says:

          Another important point is that the thousands of docs which were released on Monday night were not released by Trump or his executive branch. Those docs were from Kavanaugh’s time In the GWB staff and were controlled and released by Bush’s attorneys.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        On the other hand, the Democrats thought that there was NO need to read and understand fully what Obamacare was all about before they voted for it . . . and because Nancy Pelosi is still part of the Democratic Party leadership, they think she is pretty great and sharp, especially saying something like “we have to vote on first so we can then read it” – why didn’t she get tossed out of the Speakership, wasn’t anyone embarrassed?

        So, they were – and are – okay with Obamacare – and Nancy Pelosi – so IMHO they haven’t any credibility when the complain about not having background documents on Judge Kavanaugh!

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Not only read his writings but also could meet with him one on one if desired. Not sure if any Dems actually met him prior.

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  12. citizen817 says:

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    • Janie M. says:

      I have wondered if Sec. Mattis and Gen. Kelly can sue Woodward for defamation/slander. Don’t know how that works.

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      • millwright says:

        Seems like Woodward is performing professional ‘seppiku’ in his dotage !

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      • It requires proof of malicious intent, and that the person written about has been materially damaged as a result of what was published. Woodward’s corroboration methods are far better than average, so you probably won’t be able to prove (in court) that he did anything besides try to discover the truth – even if he failed. Plus, it’s hard to prove any damages if the person hasn’t lost a job or income as a result. That’s how slander/defamation cases work.

        Making up stuff is not a crime, unless someone loses $$$ because of it, and you (provably) meant it to happen. Mattis and Kelly are saying it isn’t true. That’s basically all they can do. They are still on staff and haven’t missed a paycheck.

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      • Sugarhillhardrock says:

        Difficult for a public figure. Must prove malice, an intention to destroy reputation with indifference to fact. Might sound simple but it is not.

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        • pyromancer76 says:

          Can we up the requirements to make it more difficult to lie with impunity. Dang, I am sick of this. There must be some consequences that are consistent with free speech. Free speech does not mean one is free to lie about another in public forum.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

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  13. Eric says:

    Guttenberg should have added onto his tweet about preventing Kavanaugh from becoming a Justice “By doing a trial run for an assassination. We need to see how close we can get someone.”

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  14. citizen817 says:

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Thank You, General Kelly, for your ongoing commitment to our President Trump and to our country. We stand by you, too.
      God Bless you.
      From the Conservative Treehouse.Treepers

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Mom and I were looking at youtube videos instead of watching all the John McCain funeral stuff but because we happened to see General Mattis and Chief of Staff Kelly walking on either side of Cindy McCain, we stopped and watched that – they were accompanying her to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

        What gentlemen.

        We are so proud of President Trump for the great people he has!

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        • 🍺Gunny66 says:

          They standing on either side Cindy of was very gracious…. and heart warming.

          If they had to stand on either side of Meghan McCain, they would have to have set their watches to two different time zones….

          Just sayin..

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  15. phoenixRising says:

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  16. James F says:

    Paid protesters caught being paid by unidentied operative.

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  17. citizen817 says:

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  18. citizen817 says:

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The VSGPOTUS is doing this for a reason. Destroy the mythmaker of Watergate, and you destroy the myth of Watergate along with him. And that clears the way for our greatest weapon of all, Stefan Halper. THE SPY. The TRIPLE AGENT. Pretend Republican, Pretend Democrat, REAL commie.

      Destroy Halper now, you destroy those who were working with him now. Destroy Halper back in the Reagan administration, you destroy those who worked with him back then to dirty Reagan.

      Then go on. Destroy Halper when he helped bring down Nixon, you destroy those who brought down Nixon.

      Stefan Halper is now a bangalore torpedo of MAGA, being pushed back in time, to destroy fake history. It’s absolutely amazing. The radius of the hole we need to blow in history should consume Hillary Clinton (hiding evidence) and her commie lawyer firm, Treuhaft. On the FBI side, it will take out Deep Throat and his handlers. And there may be some burning Bushes when it’s done. But we need a cleared path in history all the way back to JFK.

      TIMELINES ARE GONNA GET ‘EM.

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        Exactly!
        Excellent, Wolfmoon.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          We have to do the exact same thing I said in defending Trump. When they say “Trump had these connections” we don’t deny them – we say “yeah, and here is how you guys set them up – because they’re FAKE!”

          Same thing with Reagan – yes – Halper came in with dirty plans, or talked people into dirty plans, but he was there to SPY on Reagan for the Dems and the Russians (Soviets – whatever) as his real purpose, but also to dump DIRT into the Reagan camp by PRETENDING (probably with some realism) to be spying on the Democrats. These evil people are SNEAKY!

          Same thing with Nixon – yes – Nixon got talked into CRIMES! Accept them! Admit the crimes happened – DOUBLE DOWN ON THEM! But NOW we find out how it was done – how he got snookered into them – who the REAL bad guys are – who “spooked and offered” – who PROVOKED him into crimes – who ENTRAPPED him in crimes. And it will lead us straight to the SAME BAD BUNCH, as well as people like Hillary Rodham.

          Most of them won’t go to jail. Statutes of limitations will save them. But they’ll be GONE from politics. And that’s what we want. DRAIN THE SWAMP!

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      • Raffaella says:

        Yes, excellent.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I just spit it out on Mike Flynn, Jr.’s timeline. He was talking about Trump firing back!

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        I like this thinking.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I just realized that patriots nailed Bernstein last week with his ridiculous failure to retract his bad story on Trump and Cohen! These two “legends” are burning up their legacies very quickly! Or what little was left!

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        Great history – real history in real time – coming to us through the actions of our President and all the American pragmatic patriots who remember, were not vanquished, and who are setting the record(s) straight. Soon we will have a revision to truth of all those lies we have been told for decades.

        I had students walk out of my classroom (Am hist – university level) because I gave a “balanced view.” I said goodby. Try another class. Others were immensely grateful for a real education.

        At that time I was both Dean and Professor. The two Deans who were hired after me, after a vast search of all the available American candidates, were from London, both strongly cultural marxists. Who paid for that???? Lots of fun!

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Today is a glorious day. I went to Twitter to desperately post my theory, and already there is a BRUSHFIRE of this realization sweeping across the Twitter researchers! The black swan event of Bernstein and Woodward losing credibility in the space of two weeks, and Stefan Halper insertion breaking out in a big way through IC whistleblowers via Tracy Beanz, has made everybody see the truth.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Halper was RIGHT NEXT to the epicenter of Watergate. What are the chances?

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Right next to, as in LITERALLY standing behind the man who took the fall. And no doubt whispering in his ear. These guys (spies) are very subtle how they play people. The idea of “inception” is rather COOL – too cool to be real – but the reality is that skilled operatives know how to trick people into thinking THEY thought of something, THEY said something, THEY believed something.

              The moment of realization that one has been played (most people never get here):

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  19. citizen817 says:

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  20. citizen817 says:

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    • treehouseron says:

      I’m a southerner. None of us believe President Trump said that.

      As a matter of fact, I used to say similar things about New Yorkers. I don’t anymore. If President Trump is from New York then New Yorkers must be some of the best of us.

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      • boogywstew says:

        New Yorkers are gods walking among the riff raff that are the other 56 states.

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        • Ldave says:

          I did business in NY for years. A good successful guy from the Bronx told me “everyone who lives on Long Island thinks they’re something they’re not”. That applies to most liberal elites.

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          • pyromancer76 says:

            Where do those liberal (actually marxist) elites get their money to live on Long Island? Not from honest work and real competition, I imagine. Most likely from some kind of crony corporatism or “highly paid” government job, with all the perks that giving access appears accompany it. As part of the past — we hope — job description.

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          • Doreen Scott says:

            Long Island and Staten Island were republican area’s when I lived there. The libs only came out to the Hamptons in the summer. I don’t know if it has changed since the eighties.

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          • boogywstew says:

            Most New York CITY natives probably consider Manhattan to be the most uppity borough (county) and probably the Bronx or Brooklyn to be the least livable. Queens, President Trump’s birthplace and childhood home, I’d put as the 2nd most desirable, right behind Manhattan. Brooklyn and Queens are the NYC boroughs on Long Island but even those residents refer to “on the island” as being Nassau and Suffolk County. As a Suffolk County native, I found most NYC natives to have the opinion that those of us “on the island” to be hicks. I’ve lived all over the lower 48 and it seems every State, county and municipality have similar regional melodramas.

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    • Guyski says:

      President Trump loves to go on the offensive and attack people, he has a long public record of it. That is why these comments about Jeff Sessions are not believable. They sound like how someone else would imagine PT going after Sessions.

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  21. citizen817 says:

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    • Bob says:

      If Woodward’s book was on the stock market….it would crash the market. Any respect for this man has gone, just another globalists trying to line his pockets with a piss poor book.

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  22. citizen817 says:

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  23. citizen817 says:

    Darryl Issa on: Kavanaugh,
    Trump/Sessions
    Twitter & Facebook

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    • starfcker says:

      Wow. Issa torched Sessions. Deer in the headlights. Only thinks he will fire him when he has the right guy to replace him. He’s toast

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        What is the man who listens and watches carefully and who says, You Are Fired, so easily and credibly waiting for? The right Supreme Court? More reasonable, America-first (actually the truth) judges appointed? More MAGA Senators and Representatives? More time for his Department Heads to thin out their agencies?

        Even if everything negative being said about AG Sessions is true, he still provides good cover for our President’s actions — unless I am duped about the power of Mueller investigations — and the pardon power of the President — and the wait for the newly appointed, honest judges to hear all matters. Pres Trump’s words, but not actions, take away significant possibilities for political attacks, imo.

        For what it’s worth, I still am hoping for a surprise from AG Sessions and current investigations, foolish person that I am.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        Smoke and mirrors—-

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  24. Vince says:

    So, Canada?

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    • treehouseron says:

      The deal’s already done, they’re just trying to save face. They all agreed to talk again this week, but I’m sure before they stopped last week they had it all worked out.

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  25. citizen817 says:

    The Obama administration weaponized the DOJ, IRS, and FBI using the agencies against their political opponents. We are still seeing these weapons of mass distraction being used against the Trump administration today.

    Mueller has an itchy trigger finger and his “Russian Collusion” investigation just keeps on expanding with no limits.

    It’s time to shut down Mueller’s out of control investigation.

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    • citizen817 says:

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      • Truthfilter says:

        Agree. Too many people have been hurt for Jeff Sessions to be a white hat working behind the scenes.

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        • gda says:

          That may be. But justice does not necessarily, contrary to our hopes and expectations, align with our personal time frame expectations.

          It just doesn’t work to say to Sessions ” Oh, stop gathering all your information and making sure you present a meticulous and air-tight case. Lets just wing it because its causing some friends of the President grief and that’s what’s important. Screw achieving justice, lets just use our authority – just like Obama – to benefit our friends short term. Who cares that by doing so we destroy our case against the seditionists long term”

          This is not an easy legal slamdunk. Complicated business folks.

          (This post should in no any way be construed as indicating support for, or against, said Jeff Sessions 😉

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          • treehouseron says:

            The people that are being ‘destroyed’ that are connected to President Trump have 1 thing in common, they broke the law. Nobody has been convicted of anything, so far, that I’m aware of, that hasn’t broken the law.

            IF, and it’s a big IF, the other side starts getting prosecuted with the same vigor, I don’t think anybody’s going to have anything to complain about on the conservative side.

            We’ll see soon one way or the other.

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            • Kaiser Derden says:

              not lying to the FBI is not a crime … Flynn and Papadop didn’t lie …

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            • Lulu says:

              Not true. It costs close to six figures in legal fees to go before a Congressional hearing – more to deal with Mueller.

              There’s some 80 year old GOP state worker who had to spend tens of thousands of dollars on lawyers just to testify about basic Convention stuff. And she’s not alone. Unless you are seriously wealthy you can’t afford to work for the Trump administration or campaign – and in this poor lady’s case go to a party convention.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Jeff’s reccusal (forced on him by Al Franins’ investigation on him early) keeps him out of Muellers case. Mueller is hurting the people. Sessions not involved.

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      • Kaiser Derden says:

        I call that a difference of opinion not a lie …

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      • gsonFIT says:

        What really pissed them off was when he deleted his facebook page (I have a feeling that is going to become a popular endeavor). But if you read the next paragraph: “In truth and in fact, however, defendant P “”understood”” the Professor to have substantial connections to high-level Russian government officials etc…

        FBI either had evidence that Mifsud has Russian connections (don’t think so), or they knew that P was under the impression of such. If it was Papadopoulus impression and understanding of Russian connections it was the “impression and understanding” created by the FBI/Mifsud. So basically he will spend 30 days in jail for believing their false construct.

        One more thing. FBI knows this charade will not hold up to long term scrutiny so they are all in. Unbelievably their goal is Trump destruction regardless of guilt. Not good people.

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  26. progpoker says:

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  27. carterzest says:

    Haven’t checked yet on Snopes, but, OAN reporting ”Online QANON Exposed as Hoax by 2 4chan users Microchip and Dreamcatcher”.

    #ShockFace

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Snopes is a left wing site. No truth there. As far as Q is concerned, how come their posts are Spot on so often.

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      • NC PATRIOT says:

        Media groups on the left will do or write ANYTHING to dis Q because has such a huge WW following 50 million +. (my bet is 30m of those are in USA)

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      • treehouseron says:

        By the nature of the “Q” thing, this will not disprove “Q”…. because they have no proof that they are “Q”.

        I’ve never believed in Q because he’s wrong all the time. Nobody will ever prove it’s a hoax, though.

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      • Conservativeinny says:

        Thank you

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        OAN was totally conned in that video. So we have some video of text on an iPhone, got a muffled voice talking in circles. Proves nothing. Q drops, as they have been called, have been right much more than they have bee wrong.

        Could Q be a deception? Something to keep the basement pajama hampsters spinning in their decoding treadmills? We all know how PDJT works. Giving warnings l, using less acurate discriptions (e.g., wiretaps).

        I have no idea who is behind Q but I believe Q has gotten in the heads of the msm and uniparty who are spending a lot of time trying to discredit Q. OAN, you got played bigly.

        All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must seem inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near. Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder, and crush him.
        – Sun Tzu, the Art of War

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      I just checked OANN.com. Not a word about Q. Do you have a link to an article or video?

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    • Timmy- the-Ute says:

      There is good reason to question that Qanon is who he say he is, but what Mircochip is saying is just opinion. I have doubts about Qanon and they would be educated guesses, but guesses still. I trust people who are honest about their identity in the end. Pseudonyms are useful when limited to a single work like the Federalist papers and and authors of books. But they are not meant to be used like this. Cults behave like this. I find Qanon interesting but I take with a grain of sand. Qanon might be a true

      This goes for “Deep Throat” too. Woodward and Bernstein harmed this country greatly during Watergate by trusting in unnamed sources. They just create narratives. Woodward and Bernstein created a narrative that caused a soft coup. True whistleblowers have to come out eventually. But everything I am saying is opinion not truth though.

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      • cthulhu says:

        I’m still holding with Q = Melania. She has the right access, and it would be such a giant F U.

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        • NC PATRIOT says:

          Q has made MANY predictions that have come true, including No Names death–to the day, FF orchestrated by the DS that have occurred, He predicted the Popes problems months ago,, he followed closely that Q400 plane that was so erratic and crashed on that island—–when it happened etc

          Q has consistently said avoid those using Q for money. Constantly encourages people to vote and stick together. WWG1WGA from JFK

          Has far too many details about country wide and WW events to be some kid in someones basement. Has way too much information about facts surrounding the whole Russia fiasco and the people involved to be a casual prankster. IMO

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Our host, Sundance, has been writing under that pseudonym for years.
        Does that mean you think he is not to be trusted?

        A lot of us ‘follow’ this blog.
        We click the link for it and become followers of the blog.
        Does that mean we are members of a Conservative Treehouse “cult”?

        If ever there was a good reason to write under pseudonym…I think that Sundance surely has one:
        The rabid leftists would undoubtedly persecute him and try to hurt his family, if they knew who he is.

        That Q guy, or Q team, probably have really good reasons for using a pseudonym.
        And I don’t think the people who read what he has to say, are ‘cult followers’…they are just curious.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        I still don’t get this fervor against Q. Q is like any other investigator, giving opinions, even though claiming inside knowledge. So what? Any intelligent person should not take anyone or any site at face value without validating for oneself. I see Q as presenting ideas (yes, maybe as “i know from the inside”) for threads of investigation by those who want to pursue them.

        It’s a free country if we MAGA.

        Want to look up “P?” I found that investigation interesting. Wouldn’t have thought of the possibilities without having fun reading Q, or about Q. I enjoy reading Praying Medic, but I don’t take what he explains as God’s truth.

        Lighten up, I suggest.

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  28. citizen817 says:

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  29. citizen817 says:

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  30. treehouseron says:

    Everybody was running around with their hair on fire all day again. Regardless of what the media says,

    1. John McCain is still dead
    2. Donald Trump is still President
    3. Kavanaugh is one day closer to being on the Supreme Court than he was yesterday

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  31. citizen817 says:

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  32. citizen817 says:

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  33. itsarickthing says:

    debandnick1962- 6 hours ago “Where has this guy been hiding.” 575 likes thus far..

    Sen. Ben Sasse unloads on Congress at Kavanaugh hearing

    Sorry if anyone’s posted this before me, I didn’t see it if you did.

    But, DAYUM, ya gotta watch it!

    Liked by 5 people

    • treehouseron says:

      I’m not a fan. He’s so ignorant he completely missed the Trump thing, still takes pot shots all the time. In short, screw him.

      Liked by 6 people

      • treehouseron says:

        It won’t link, but that’s his big long anti-Trump post from the primaries about how we’re all morons for voting for Trump in the primaries. You can feel the elitist Jerk-Ism reeking out of him in that video above too.

        I’m glad he wants Kavanaugh confirmed but I wouldn’t help this guy change a flat tire.

        Liked by 8 people

      • itsarickthing says:

        Hmm… He seems to be repenting. And now in favor of a VSGPDJT appointment??

        I’m sorry, I didn’t hear any pot shots there. Did I miss somethin’?

        I don’t believe this was contrived. But then again, I’m not a politician or keyboard warrior.

        I think very highly of fleporeblog.

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        • treehouseron says:

          Itsarick thing, Yes, you missed somethin.

          Here’s a quote form Sasse, AT THE HEARING, that you just posted about. He said this yesterday.

          “The comments from the White House yesterday tend to politicize the Department of Justice; they were wrong and should be condemned,” Sasse said. “My guess is Brett Kavanaugh would condemn them.”

          So don’t call me a keyboard warrior. I only speak the truth, Lobbyists.

          Liked by 2 people

          • itsarickthing says:

            Yes, lobbyists. I am. And so are you.

            And everyone else that has a voice or votes. Meh.

            So. you gonna pick your clone? Your choices are limited, dare say I!

            Or do we need allies?

            #MAGA #KAG

            #VSGPDJT

            I believe, it’s my sword, lemme fall on it if I want, emkay?

            Liked by 1 person

          • itsarickthing says:

            Thanks, man. My apologies for goin’ overboard. You have very good posts. See ya!

            Liked by 1 person

          • Treehouse Ron, I caught that too. Ben Sasse is a Never Trumper, and a leading light in the Uniparty. He will vote for Kavenaugh, and I am happy for it, but I wouldn’t pi$$ on him if he was on fire. Bless his heart 🙂

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          • I agree TH_Ron. I heard so much about Sasse’s great speech so I found it this am. What a disappointment. Started out by attacking the White House/Trump. Really fatuous talking down to his listeners, redundant, run-on sentences, good ideas drowned in verbiage

            I was confirmed in my opinion that Sasse is a weasel. This is all meant to drive Sasse’s street cred. I regret having donated to his campaign (one of the DeMint requests).
            Ted Cruz & Mike Lee made excellent statements. Sasse is not in the same league. Never Trump, all hat no cattle.

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    • thinkthinkthink says:

      At the 5 minute mark, he gets a grin out of judge Kavanaugh.

      Liked by 1 person

    • SharonKinDC says:

      Sasse ran the House Page program when the scandal hit. He’s been nicely placed in great positions since then, at a young age… He’s smart, articulate, and of the swamp. He’s also likely compromised w/ the Page incident.

      Liked by 1 person

      • itsarickthing says:

        Really. Don’t I feel like the fool for buying a lemon off the used car lot.. lol

        Is there not any worthy allies of PDJT?

        Yes, I know.. Trillions at stake…

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    • Justah says:

      Ben Sasse is a well known Anti-Trumper, and loves the camera.
      Look for him to grab the mantle of John McCain as the new Maverick.

      It was a great speech and true, but he failed to explain why he has never said such a thing in his 3 years in the Senate, and why he participates in everything he says is wrong.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jim in TN says:

      I do not know if it was for tactical reasons, or just another of the many things Sasse gets wrong, but the politicization of the court has been a blatant attempt to thwart the peoples will as agreed upon in the Constitution and the laws made under the constitution. That is why it has been turned into a political circus.

      Many of those agencies he talks about were ‘unconstitutional’ until FDR tried to politically pack the court. The packing scheme failed, but the court gave in.

      Liked by 1 person

      • itsarickthing says:

        Yep, that was a pretty good example of Agency Heads from another state making policy for his constituents.. Phenomenal mess in DC.

        Like

    • tdaly14 says:

      Not a fan of Sasse, because he bashes our great POTUS, but he is spot on with his statements here.

      Liked by 1 person

  34. Howie says:

    How will we ever get rid of these damn communists that we have to contend with day after day?

    Liked by 5 people

    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Start by charging them with the crimes they commit on a daily basis.
      Arrest them

      But…….we have a well worn path on the reasons they now get away with it.

      But another aspect is: They are now in dire straits and utterly desperate.

      Despicable I believe was the word used.

      After today’s fiasco, televised to the world, who in their right mind would ever consider voting for them?

      “Despicable”

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  35. citizen817 says:

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    • “No NAFTA is better than a bad NAFTA deal for Canadians”

      And yet the thought of the US simply renegotiating NAFTA because it’s a bad deal for Americans was “racist”, “sexist”, “protectionist”, and “not friendly to our most precious friends and allies”? LOL Sure…. 😉

      Liked by 7 people

    • treehouseron says:

      I think I speak for the majority of the country when I say that even the name NAFTA leaves a bad taste in our mouth, and we’re completely fine with ditching it. I suppose the Canadians don’t realize this… but the President has the support of the vast majority of the country on this. Really, he’s doing you a favor Canada even contemplating keeping it.

      Liked by 5 people

      • citizen817 says:

        Should be renamed “The Shaft” before it is relegated to the ashbin of historical bad trade deals in history!

        Liked by 5 people

        • Bullseye says:

          Justine is waiting on the election or Mueller if we won’t give him what he wants. We’ll see how long he can’t hold out. It will be painful for Canadians regardless for a long time

          Liked by 2 people

      • pyromancer76 says:

        How about CAMTA pact? Canada, America, Mexico Trade Agreement. This leaves sovereign nations freely agreeing about trade among each other? Even if Canada comes first in the initials, one can think about geography, north to south. (CUSMTA doesn’t sound as good.) Also prejudice as I am, I like us known as “America;” it’s traditional and it fits the freedom leader of the association.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      What is the “Cultural exemption”? Another fancy double speak term to say that we should allowed Chinese made products to enter our economy without paying tariffs? Problem for Trudeau is that he thinks he can impose EU type of policies into this deal! Non-starter for me. Trudeau is right, no deal is better than a bad NAFTA deal, but of course he is about to find out how worse it will be too without a deal!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Summer says:

      What the hell is “cultural exemption?” Something tribal? Must be pretty lucrative if Justin chose it as his hill to die on.
      Or is he just playing games?

      Liked by 2 people

      • treehouseron says:

        It’s big brother govenrment crap.

        Basically, NAFTA means that Mexico/Canada/USA have no trade barriers. It’s not just tarrifs…. one of Canada’s trade barriers is foriegn companies can’t buy what they consider cultural industries.

        So the biggie is the news. The media. Canada’s liberal news is like America’s liberal news, and NAFTA has a spot carved out as a ‘cultural exemption’ that says that Canada’s cultural industries are exempt from NAFTA.

        So in other words, they can have a ‘trade barrier’ keeping US companies from buying Canadian newspapers or television stations. They can just simply not allow it.

        Canada wants to keep that part of the trade deal (the part that says they can refuse to let u.s. companies purchase Canadian companies, or start new companies in Canada).

        I doubt the President really cares about that provision but I’m not an expert.

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  36. Dutchman says:

    If you haven’t read SD article on NIKE and Levi, MUST READ, go there now.

    A real eye opener, as AD’s articles always are!
    Great work, as always, Sundance!

    I NEVER would have figured that out, in my own.
    Now I understand a lot more, the notice for multinational companies SJW actions and policies.
    VISA and MasterCard are others.

    Liked by 8 people

  37. Linda says:

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    • treehouseron says:

      It really is stunning.

      I don’t think these people know that they’re being racist, violent, intolerant, etc…. it’s just something in their DNA or their mental makeup that makes them incapable to handle dissenting opinion.

      As conservatives, we see stuff all day long we don’t agree with… but usually we just ignore it. Not liberals. Oh hell no. If they see 1 thing they don’t like they get the baseball bats out.

      So when things don’t go their way, they result to violence in one form or another.

      Liked by 7 people

      • Absolutely! I think the difference is because liberals must simultaneously hold conflicting beliefs in order to maintain their ideology. For example,

        Liberals: “We must ban guns because every child’s life is precious.”
        Also liberals: “We must have unrestricted abortion.”

        Liberals: “You don’t need guns because the police have guns.”
        Also liberals: “The police are racist pigs that slaughter innocent civilians.”

        Positions like that cannot be logically defended with the reasons they present so they are unable to debate them. That means they must either confront their own duplicity or silence the opposing opinion. Given their obvious reluctance to learn from their mistakes, they seem to like the latter option.

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        • treehouseron says:

          Yeah it really is pretty mind boggling. Like the picture above of a dumbass democrat women standing with a muslim wearing a head covering, calling her a feminist warrior.

          1+1 /= 3 !

          Liked by 5 people

          • Feminists have been exposed by their avoidance of the topic of female genital mutilation (FGM). The statistics are mindboggling, at least 200 million girls and women alive today living in 30 countries have undergone FGM. In some Muslim countries 70-90% of females have undergone FGM and have horrendous, life long medical issues & pain . FGM is endemic now in the UK, Sweden and all the other European counties that have taken in migrants from Muslim cultures.

            The rape gangs in Rotherham & other UK towns…crickets. But don’t mess with my right to crush my babies skull as it’s being born or tear it apart without anesthesia. Feminists are not for the rights of women. Where is their compassion for young girls slashed and mutilated without anesthesia, without sterile conditions by untrained butchers? Where is there compassion for babies tortured & murdered?

            Feminists exist for political power, to subjugate men and destroy the family unit and American society. Their very name is a lie. They should call themselves Maenads.

            Liked by 4 people

        • TatonkaWoman says:

          Great examples!!!

          Liked by 2 people

        • Bogeyfree says:

          Spot on!

          Liked by 2 people

      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        It’s called Moonbattititis…

        Like

      • pyromancer76 says:

        That’s because they are not “liberal” as they claim, but foaming-at-the-mouth most radical of tyrannical marxists. Wow, have they become rabid – and paid to be so. What is done to creatures with rabies?

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  38. lida rose says:

    God Bless President Trump
    And his family
    And his Cabinet
    And all the White Hats

    Dear Lord, let us save our Country

    Liked by 15 people

  39. treehouseron says:

    We’re winning the war people. Don’t let them tell you we’re not. The proof is in the MEMES. This stuff is all playing out like God planned. He made this ridiculousness happen so it could be filmed, MEMED, and then used to free the rest of the country. It’s too perfect not to be from God.

    How is it everytime something happens ridiculous, there is a MEME that perfectly sums it up, without saying anything?

    Once you start understanding the MEMES, you can see that our victory is undeniable.

    Liked by 8 people

  40. Jedi9 says:

    Good interview on China with Gordan Chang!

    Liked by 7 people

  41. I believe President Trump is leading America through a Cultural Transformation:
    • From Celebrity Culture built on FAKE IMAGE (Media, Sports, Entertainment)
    • To a Contributor Culture built on M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A! (Jobs, Freedoms, Prosperity)

    Thomas Wictor is citing early indicators:
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1037078246418874368.html

    Liked by 6 people

    • treehouseron says:

      I agree with Wictor 100%. I think Trump has had games and schemes and trickery cooked up his entire life, we’ve seen multiple examples of this over the years… now that he’s the most powerful person, literally, in the WORLD, I think he has several balls in the air at all times and who knows what kind of stuff he’s going to pull.

      I honestly think anybody looking has to acknowledge that all of this seems to be timed for right before the midterms.

      If you don’t believe that President Trump is playing games and has a strategy, then you have to ignore that the other side is, and that President Trump knows they are, and that he has chosen to not play the game. There’s no way that’s the case.

      He just tweeted this TODAY. Read carefully.

      Notice how keenly aware he is of the timing of it.

      He’s timing things too. Wait for it. It won’t be long.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      BKR,
      Add ‘God’ and ‘Family’ to ‘Contributor Culture.
      🙂
      God Bless all you wonderful Treepers.

      Liked by 3 people

  42. Nigella says:

    I’m gonna say an extra prayer for the President tonight….

    Liked by 5 people

  43. millwright says:

    About to break a long standiing personal rule of not contacting my Demorat NJ Senators to advise them I wont be available to pee upon their smouldering body should they spontaneously combust . Today Democrats that should be honored to sit upon the Judiciary Committee managed to simultaneously make a mockery of what should have been a serious hearing, and embarrassed our nation ( and its priciples and precepts ) on the world stage ! Anyone with pride in our nation and what it stands for should completely shun any contact with these egocentric idiots .

    Liked by 8 people

    • treehouseron says:

      Well said! They talk about Russia Russia Russia… what the hell do they think Putin was doing, other than laughing, watching that spectacle today? Hell, I was laughing too, but as an American Citizen the joke was on me!

      Like

  44. Timmy- the-Ute says:

    To Woodward and Bernstein everything is Watergate. This is a narrative book. They took the Nixon White House and just changed the names. Trump is Nixon, General Kelly is General Alexander Haig. They are just bending several narratives together.

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  45. Bogeyfree says:

    Has anyone seen the Ann Vandersteel Video interview of the two IC whistleblowers where they say there will be a web site up this Friday that will show the spying, planting, and conspiracy of PT by the government?

    It seemed pretty powerful like this could be the MOAB.

    It also fits with this statement by Sara Carter on Hannity: “there’s a lot of exculpatory information that’s gonna come out within days. Note within days. These IC Whistleblowers are saying their evidence will be up on a website within days. Coincidence?? Maybe or maybe not

    I thought I’d include the definition of Exculpatory:

    Exculpatory evidence is evidence favorable to the defendant in a criminal trial that EXONERATES or tends to exonerate the defendant of guilt.

    I was hoping Sundance might have connected with Ann or Tracy Beanz to verify this behind the scenes for us and if facts support it maybe it’s own thread.

    Liked by 5 people

    • para59r says:

      It had about five mentions in the last presidential thread (more is fine, the idea is to get the info out, I’ve also seen it posted to other sites). The vid has over 20,500 views on youtube currently (less than 24hrs). Like you hoping it pans too.

      Site will be called “Evidence on Demand” Additionally there are to be more interviews by Steel Truth. Some one else referred to it as a Spy Repository, which is apt since it is to be a clearance house for documentary evidence that is to force the DOJ hold outs into to doing the right thing (moving on with or without them) or else.

      Liked by 1 person

      • mr.piddles says:

        It will be spun and discounted as Tin Foil Hat Jiggery Pokery. Fake documents and the like. Swamp gas, that sorta thing. It needs to be BLASTED somehow. Can they get WikiLeaks in the loop? Push info OUT to real investigative journalists who can do proper vetting? Something? Need to counter the counter-narrative that will be oh-so-predictable.

        Like

        • rashomon says:

          Please define “real investigative journalists” as most have long been shut up (and down) except for access to blogs (aka “alt news”) of like-minded individualists who are constantly banned from social media, corporate and publicly-supported print/electronic media, college campuses and any venue accessible to anti-Trump forces. Sy Hersh, Heather MacDonald, Diana West, Dinesh D’Sousa, Sharyl Attkinson

          Besides, what’s the point of pulling any offenders into the judicial system while it is compromised by those black robed geniuses who believe that they MAKE the law?

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          • mr.piddles says:

            John Solomon, Andrew McCarthy, and several others are actively engaged in digging deep into the Faux Russia Collusion investigation, and all relevant conspiracy, and those folks have a lot of exposure in relative terms. They can be utilized to get ahead of the inevitable obfuscation — “we looked at this and it all checks out”. And not only that but “and here’s what this means relative to XYZ going on.” I predict that whatever this web site is there will be a concerted effort to discredit it as some whacko conspiracy theory site. I can see the NYT articles now. “Little-known this”. “Far-right that”. Not to mention that the information might be so dense that you really have to want to go dig around to get anything out of it. Maybe I’m wrong, but we all know The Left, Dems, MSM, and our very own DOJ/FBI want this to go away. Get ahead of the curve is all. All hands on deck. Maybe several are already in the loop, waiting for the starting gun (I would hope this is the case), but information flow like this deserves a coordinated full court press.

            Liked by 1 person

            • rashomon says:

              Old fashioned, gumshoe journalism evolved into rank PR about the time Woodward and Bernstein were tapped and spoon fed to expose Watergate. It’s been downhill ever since.

              How odd they return now to bash PDJT. Maybe not. They know the routine.

              Like

        • Bogeyfree says:

          It sounds to me like the declassified FISA May be included in these postings that would help give it credibility and support in their claims.

          Like

        • piper567 says:

          Mr.piddles, the good news is that not very many people watch the Swamp Gas…except those who find it supports their opinions.

          Like

      • Bogeyfree says:

        I’m glad you mentioned the DOJ doing their job one way or another as I too thought that was an interesting point.

        In essence once this information is public that our AG and DAG would have to act on it and investigate it or they can be sited for possible obstruction of justice. So as you say it may “force” them, the FBI and SC to look at the other side finally.

        I also wonder if it gives PT some cover as it is these Patriots that are coming forward with this information vs PT

        If this is all true I really wonder who the 3rd plant is as they were protective of that.

        I can’t wait for Friday.

        Liked by 2 people

    • MagaKathryn says:

      I watched it last night. Views are up to 25,000 now. I don’t get why everyone isn’t talking about this. Sara A. Carter on Hannity said last night that the 20 pages of the FISA application will be released unredacted this Friday. This is enormous and no one is talking about it?!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Bogeyfree says:

        It will be interesting to see if LL with O’s signed approval actually did go around the FISA to spy on candidate Trump and then PT.

        If true It would really open up the question……..

        Just how big was the government spying under the Obama Administration?

        If indeed these 119 Patriots from many 3 letter branches of the government come out this Friday with documents, disclosures, testimony of wide spread government spying watch out as this truly would be the MOAB we have all been hoping for.

        Anyone know how to see if Evidence on Demand website is taken and who owns it if so?

        Liked by 3 people

  46. myrightpenguin says:

    Dem theatrics within the Kavanaugh hearing are much ado about nothing and only hurt Dems. They have to put on a show, but the only thing that matters is how many red state Dems are forced into defying the resistance (and Schumer) because they have no choice going into the mid-terms.

    Everything changed once the nuclear option came into force, thanks in part to Harry Reid.

    In a few weeks we will be looking back on a swearing-in ceremony while the Dems will have to deal with whatever tensions they have between the far-left base and red state Dems.

    —–

    (h/t reddit threads – https://www.reddit.com/r/greatawakening/comments/9d057l/sen_lindsey_graham_destroyed_democrats_at_judge/)

    Liked by 1 person

    • 🍺Gunny says:

      Something has happened to Lindsey. He seems to be growing into an Alpha.

      He sounding off against the Uni-Party, he’s dressing better…..

      And he was making out with Huma at the Uni-Party rally.

      Get some Lindsey😎

      Liked by 1 person

  47. citizen817 says:

    The United States is closely monitoring the situation in Idlib province, Syria, where millions of innocent civilians are under threat of an imminent Assad regime attack, backed by Russia and Iran. President Donald J. Trump has warned that such an attack would be a reckless escalation of an already tragic conflict and would risk the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Let us be clear, it remains our firm stance that if President Bashar al-Assad chooses to again use chemical weapons, the United States and its Allies will respond swiftly and appropriately. The United States will continue to work tirelessly with its Allies to find a lasting diplomatic solution to resolve the hostilities in Syria under the auspices of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2254.

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