President Trump Delivers Remarks to the Media: Trade, Tariffs and Kavanaugh….

Following opening remarks during a jobs and workforce initiatives meeting: White House National Council for the American Worker [full video of that meeting coming later], President Trump made some announcements on trade, and answered some questions from the media.

The questions surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh begin at 05:25:

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130 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks to the Media: Trade, Tariffs and Kavanaugh….

  1. GF’s of Kavanaugh from HS speak out:

    When you get your ex-gf’s to talk nice about you…

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  2. M33 says:

    Let Trump be Trump.

    Can’t spell TRIUMPH without TRUMP!

    Liked by 24 people

    • menolikekoolaid says:

      The Dems want POTUS to go ballistic over this. He’s too smart to do that, unless he sees some benefit. The Reps are in the process of calling the Dem’s bluff. This can play out well.

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    • mashall says:

      You Got It M33, and you can’t spell SLAUGHTER without LAUGHTER which is what we and our fellow Americans’ need to do to these Traitor Globalist Democrats at the upcoming Elections!
      Spread the Word!
      Get out the Vote!
      MAGA!

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      • Doppler says:

        Good ones, Mashall and M33. Remember that Budowsky to Podesta email in December 2015: “Best strategy is SLAUGHTER Donald for his bromance with Putin.” It takes a special guy to turn a sophisticated plot to slaughter him into an opportunity for laughter at the plotters.

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    • EJS says:

      Yes, what a true statesman and great politician. I would be loosing my mind and calling this out for the utter BS that it is.

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      • Super Elite says:

        If you ever go through this kind of BS with a lying woman you will have been totally inoculated. I went through a situation with a lying neighbor. It took me two-years to get it straighten out. But eventually it does end.

        Just remember the liar, Potiphar’s Wife. She falsely accused Joseph and he ended up spending two-years in prison before the truth came out.

        Except most people think Potiphar didn’t believe his wife’s false rape accusation. If he had believed it he would have had Joseph’s head cut off instead of saving face for his wife by having Joseph locked up in a dungeon.

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  3. MfM says:

    Did anyone catch the question that he deflected? It sounded like he was asked if BK should withdraw and Trump said that was a ridiculous question and asked for the next question.

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  4. Kenji says:

    We still send about 76% of our exports to the United States while they send us just 18%. Let’s face it, Canada needs the American market more than they need the Canadian market
    -Brian Lilly, Toronto Sun

    Note to Obama … the magic half-negro POTUS … THIS (quote above) is the “magic wand” you appear to have been looking-for. Same with China … even more-so. You’re an IDIOT, Obama! And your protege to the Great White North … is even MORE idiotic.

    My President is wielding the “magic wand” like Mickey Mouse goin nuts in Fantasia

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  5. Paco Loco says:

    When do the GOP Senators ever stand up against this kind of seamy, lying type of hit piece? Never. The GOP has NO BALLS!

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  6. DeAnna Vaughn says:

    There are photos of this professor in a pink pussy hat at a rally in CA. Her reviews by her students online are very poor. She is a registered Democrat. This seems to be nothing but a smear on a very honorable man. Shameful Democrat political games. FBI declined to investigate. If Democrats ever get in control again, America is doomed with behavior like this. DiFi has had this information since JULY. Nothing but a delay tactic.

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  7. Sentient says:

    Today’s commentary from David Harsanyi http://thefederalist.com/2018/09/17/democrats-have-ensured-brett-kavanaugh-will-never-get-a-fair-hearing/ is a must-read. Unfortunately, the people who need convincing are the likes of Jeff Flake, Rob Corker and Susan Collins. Women voters need to imagine if this crap being pulled against Kavanaugh were pulled on their SONS.

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    • DeAnna Vaughn says:

      Flake and Corker aren’t even running for office again. They must be nervous their corruption indictments might make it to SCOTUS and they want someone that will let them off. Kavanaugh is NOT their guy. They really are trying to save themselves. PANIC in DC! Likely they are holding out for a deal to not indict them if they vote for Kavanaugh. Every corrupt politician for themselves at this point.

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    • Kenji says:

      I suspect they despise their own sons … male privilege and whatnot

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  8. Sporty says:

    The vote will go on as planned

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  9. Caius Lowell says:

    A buddy invited me to his house for some beers this weekend, but he was all worked up about DJT and wanted to talk about it (oh no). He wanted to know under what conditions I would renounce my allegiance to DJT, and I said that I would always choose him over Hillary. He said, “Forget about Hillary,” and I said that was a hypothetical and I can’t do that. He also said that DJT has ushered in, “The death of discourse.” I interpreted that to mean the death of unchallenged politically correct talking points, but I didn’t say that — I just took another sip of beer.

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    • Lulu says:

      I can’t figure out why you sat and listened.

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    • kaste668 says:

      So you basically did not defend POTUS and just drank your beer. So if God did put POTUS in place for this time in history, did you also just disavow God? Just wondering.

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        You don’t do sh * t like that when you become a professional. Did Bruce Lee fight everyone who wanted to fight him?

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        • Kenji says:

          When your arguments may as well be registered weapons … you have to only discharge them when your life is threatened. I might argue that the struggle to return the High Court to Constitutional adherence … might just be a struggle for the LIFE of our country.

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    • Rock Knutne says:

      That’s too bad.

      You missed a great opportunity to inform that sanctimonious liberal (but I digress), pink pussy hat wearing know nothing that America voted for someone who fights for Americans first!

      We won’t be abandoning this President any time soon.

      M🇺🇸A🇺🇸G🇺🇸A

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    • dawndoe says:

      “I interpreted that to mean the death of unchallenged politically correct talking points, but I didn’t say that — I just took another sip of beer.”

      I think it is a good thing to answer their questions as diplomatically as possible. That way they at least know where one is coming from, even if they disagree. It shows that there IS a valid reason for one’s position and not just blind allegiance. JMHO

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        Yeah, it was a balancing act. I was trying to hear him out and take what he was saying seriously. I honestly didn’t know how to respond to the “death of discourse,” comment. He obviously believes what the MSM is laying down. In contrast, I have been reading thousands of words of SD for months, so how do you transmit that in 2 sentences? Moreover, when I first started doing politics, I would argue to the death when anybody would throw down, which often ended badly. It’s amazing how people won’t budge when they’ve made an emotional commitment to a position. I mean, why doesn’t SD go on TV when he’s invited? Because you got to pick your spots.

        God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,
        Courage to change the things I can,
        And wisdom to know the difference.

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        • dawndoe says:

          Yeah, I can understand what you’re saying.

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        • Michaela says:

          Cauis, I was just discussing this with my boyfriend last night. How to debate a whacked out liberal. It is not easy. My point was that being “conservative” we often believe strongly in being polite, while they just scream and make no sense. Sometimes, you need to pick your battles. I have had people do this to me when I have debated them and it turned out pretty awful. I have learned, that sometimes, you just can’t change people. But I will tell you. I will not get in that conversation with them again and if they are just a casual friend, I limit my time with them or don’t spend time with them at all.

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          • Michaela says:

            One more thing, that is not saying if someone is open and curious to information that I have read I am all about informing them completely and introduce them to this site and I do go on and on and on. As you stated, reading a thousand words from Sundance and what we know, you can’t summarize that in 2 sentences and that is if you are luck enough to get 2 sentences out of your mouth without them becoming vulgar.

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            • nimrodman says:

              “I will not get in that conversation with them again and if they are just a casual friend”

              “Chump don’t want the help, chump don’t get the help”
              – Barbara Billingsley, in the film “Airplane”

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          • Caius Lowell says:

            I studied politics at an elite east coast institute, and there I wrote an anti-socialist paper to a socialist professor because I thought I must be wrong. This professor will respect my position, and this paper will lead to a rational discussion. He took the position that I was mentally defective and didn’t let up until I was gone. When I got to a flyover state public school, a professor asked me stay after class. He said, “I’m considered to be accomplished in my field, and you’re talking about what I’m talking about but you’re 20 years younger. How did you get so smart so fast? And why are you here instead of the east coast?” I paid for this wisdom — dearly.

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        • GB Bari says:

          In the future, IF you are interested in discussing with this individual instead of just being preached to, you might begin by gently asking him what he means by the “death of discourse”; and to cite for you at least two examples with on-line quotes from PDJT that corroborate his assertion, to help you understand.

          When you look his references up and find (likely) that they do not support the claim, you can come back to him and express your confusion that they weren’t the “death of discourse” that you were expecting, and can he explain how he believes that the president’s quotes end civil discourse between people… That’s just a starter.

          I find by asking people to define the irrational pejoratives they use against some politician they don’t like, they usually draw a blank and start giving you synonyms or other perjoratives rather than explaining why and how they came to that conclusion.

          The likely problem is that your buddy is only learning and repeating what MSM talking heads have told him to think rather than actually listening to the President speak (whole speeches, unfiltered) and deciding on his own, in the context of the speech or quotes, what the President most likely meant.

          However, YMMV.

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          • Caius Lowell says:

            You make a good point in that I’ve been somewhat passive simply reading SD and not formulating some points for public consumption. Part of the reason I didn’t really engage him is that I hadn’t crafted the arguments that were pithy, pointed, and thought provoking but not confrontational or combative.

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            • GB Bari says:

              IMHO, you don’t need to be “pithy and pointed” to persuade a non-believer. Instead, try to use (more or less) the Socratic method of teaching/learning, especially when your debater is rather fixed on positions they may not have developed themselves.

              I’ve always tried to show genuine curiosity to the other person about information they are asserting that I “may not have discovered” (even though I already know the information very well). Let them think they are about to convert me…..

              But drawing them out and giving them “the stage” to show the depth of their knowledge, they usually realize sooner or later (usually sooner) that they really don’t know why they hold that (irrational) position and they really cannot explain it nor support it with examples. Now at that point they either descend into ad hominems or just talk in circles, doing the best they can to end that particular discussion and change the subject.

              That’s often the opportune time to “help” them discover the real facts by listening to whole unflitered speeches and reading insightful but non-academic explanations and analyses by folks like Sundance.

              🙂

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            • nimrodman says:

              …Here’s a pithy argument, to be stated in a calm, serene, “voice of reason”:

              “Well, PresTrump certainly approaches things in an unorthodox way, but it’s an America-First way at least. Maybe that’s what our nation needs at this point in time.

              “I advocate that we all join in as one unified nation of Americans and support him in his efforts to Make America Great Again. Because – as Americans – don’t we ALL have a stake in that?

              “Then – when his 8 years are up – the nation can calmly assess how he’s done, right?”

              Then take a few steps back while the “8-year” hand grenade goes off …

              … not to mention the “Make America Great”, for which they’ll be endless histrionic bitching and caterwauling.

              But that’s just me

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        • mugzey302 says:

          There is a spirit of delusion at work ~ call it TDS, whatever, but a rational discussion is not possible. If they won’t read anything but what the MSM trots out, they aren’t likely to listen either. These are the lefties, of course, not the misled average American who watches basic cable news and only uses internet for Facebook and email. We may have a chance with the misled, when the MOAB truth hits. i wish they knew that we only have this moment in time to save our Republic, or America goes the way of Europe and Britain. Or, the 2nd American Revolution. Yes, it really is that critical.

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          • nimrodman says:

            “If they won’t read anything but what the MSM trots out …

            When that’s the case I tell them they simply don’t know that they’re talking about.
            That they’re not sufficiently informed to have the conversation.,

            “No, sorry, you simply don’t know what you’re talking about”

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        • hdpman says:

          I have seen this for years. You cannot have a discussion or argument with “liberals”. As soon as you make a point they can’t answer they go emotional and just attack you. I have never understood that. A lot of these people are good people, hard working, intelligent and love their kids and family. I now believe they are conditioned and don’t understand themselves why they do that. I’ve never had one apologize but I have had them work on trying to rebuild our relationships. Bottom line to me is that people are reacting to politics. I think the issue here is we all need to be Americans again. That looked impossible before PDJT, however I think he is laying the framework to have that come back. First destroy PC, make a point about having spoiled NFL players stand TFU for our flag….. kind of a long winded way to say I have better luck not talking politics but approadhing it from being an american. No true american can think it is right to treat someone and his family like Kavenaugh (or Palin for that matter). So ask them from that angle. IMO

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          • nimrodman says:

            “I think the issue here is we all need to be Americans again.”

            I made a similar comment just upthread.

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          • nimrodman says:

            “You cannot have a discussion or argument with “liberals”. As soon as you make a point they can’t answer they go emotional and just attack you.”

            Or they divert onto red herrings or straw man arguments. They won’t remain on a topic to its conclusion if they’re losing the argument and foresee that they might have to concede a point.

            Largely I’ve checked out with
            “I no longer argue with Liberals. You both get muddy and the Liberal enjoys it”

            But – Caius Lowell is being a good friend in attempting to engage.

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        • wolfrom1 says:

          Micha/ This is an old muslim saying, you have to have patience to pick the time to fight.

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        • dbethd says:

          I agree. I argued with my conservative family why Donald Trump was the best Republican candidate. They wouldn’t listen. I just kept silent and bided my time. In the end they made themselves look the fool.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I’m curious if you have insight into the reasons behind the invitation. Two things I’m wondering. One – is the changing political climate unnerving him, and he’s wanting to hear things out of the MSM narrative? – or Two – do you feel like he was working you for the election, on behalf of GOTV for the anti-Trump political world?

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        We’re old friends, and he’s a good guy, but this was on his mind, and nothing would get this off him mind. Like you, I think he’s unnerved. I was in West Virginia a few years ago with a cosmopolitan from NYC. I was having a great time, but this dude was — unnerved.

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        • Oscar Oddpicker says:

          Caius, I enjoyed your observations. Here’s my two cents. 1. I’ve recently noticed less comments on the liberal sites I lurk at. I believe the libs are “unnerved.” BTW, just finished the book, Madness rules the Hour, regarding Charleston, SC at the outbreak of the Civil War. Outstanding book. A. Lincoln paid for a subscription to the Charleston Mercury newspaper owned & operated by a father & son who championed the drive for South Carolina secession. Lincoln always kept up on what all sides were thinking.
          2. I find laughter and dispassionate, calm logic really ticks off liberals. Never lose your temper when educating a liberal.
          3. If I run into a passionate liberal stranger that wants to discuss politics, I always ask one question first: What year did WW2 end? If they have no idea, I don’t waste my time. Why invest your time debating a jackass.
          4. It’s nearly impossible to persuade middle aged liberal citizens that their liberal beliefs are wrong. We must instead work on the younger citizens. Look at the Pro Trump blogs on Reddit for examples of how to persuade younger liberals.

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          • piper567 says:

            Oscar, I have watched a pretty good x-section of #WalkAway videos.
            It doesn’t hold water that middle-aged Liberals cannot see…
            a lot of it depends, according to them, how their personal experience has gne.
            For some of them, ts a matter of pride, when themselves disgusted with the stupidity, violence, and terminal PC positions of their Lib “peers”.
            The common denominator among all of these video-makers seems more along the line o doing their own research, and being pi$$ed they have been lied to.
            I think we can make inroads into seemingly indoctrinated folks simply by telling them we thought they were able to think for themselves: it’s a pride thing.
            This tactic has occasionally worked for me.
            There IS a “hopeless” %, but imo, we must attempt to dialogue if possible…if its impossible, well then, its impossible.

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            • Oscar Oddpicker says:

              Thanks Piper!. And thanks again for pointing me to the Pro Trump Reddit blogs. BTW, I plan on helping a MAGA candidate in my region win election this Nov 6.(have not decided which candidate yet – I live in Illinois – I may cross the border to Indiana to help there), I’ll take all the useful advice I can get.

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    • lurker2 says:

      I would have said to the guy “You’re crazy”.

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    • nimrodman says:

      DJT has ushered in, “The death of discourse.”

      Your friend stated that because he’s simply repeating what lefty talking heads have said on CNN MSNBC and other Lefty media.

      I can see the phrase in my mind’s eye on the bottom banner of the screen as they have a panel discussion.

      It’s a talking point, pushed out by the Lefty narrative engineers
      It’s not even an original thought your friend had.
      He’s simply mimicking and mouthing the distributed talking point like a ventriloquist’s dummy.

      I’d have started there.

      As an example, yesterday on cable news channels, every Lefty talking head repeatedly mouthed a “Trump is SELECTIVELY declassifying information that he thinks is to his advantage.

      I could tell right away that it was the day’s talking point, pushed out by Media Matters in their 4am email broadcast.

      So you know where else you’ll see it?

      Go over to Sundance’s “Corruption Junction” article today.
      It’s right in the letter from the Corruptocrats to Wray, Rosenstein, et al

      It was the phrase, the meme, that was constructed and chosen and then pushed out to the minions to repeat on every talking-head panel discussion in all of media. Probably smeared all over print media and news web pages as well.

      So your friend – however well-intentioned – was simply acting as a trained monkey, repeating the day’s Rightthink pushed out by the Ministry of Truthy Information.

      Start there and ask him how that makes him feel about his intellectual abilities. Does he feel the fool? Or is he proud that he started off with a questionable thesis that is little more than an attack talking point pushed out by propagandists?

      If he’s open to being educated a little bit, start there.

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      • nimrodman says:

        p.s. – And to dispute Caius Lowell’s friend’s initial thesis right from the start, how – exactly – has Trump been the “Death of Discourse (TM)” ?

        From what I’ve seen, it’s the Trump supporters and Republicans that continue talking calmly, while Leftys blow up in hysterics and name-calling about racist this and sexist that and “white men yada yada” and putting throngs of “protestors” in the streets.

        If the Left wants to posit some imaginary “death of discourse”, I’dsay “well, I disagree with your premise right from the start. But if I would entertain it even for a brief minute, I’d have to say: ‘Look in the mirror, Leftys’ ”

        Pot
        Kettle
        Black

        “Death of Discourse”, my a$$

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      • Caius Lowell says:

        I think you’re correct. Of course my bud was confused, but it was the way in which he was confused that made it sort of interesting…

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  10. wyntre says:

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  11. Lawrence says:

    That was awesome, pure Trump at the top of his game.

    Media: “So, Kavanaugh?”
    Trump: “Yeah, I’ll play the Dems baby games of checkers, but it’s gonna cost me a day and it’ll cost the Dems everything, because I will win.”
    I have no doubt Kavanaugh is in like Flynn.

    Best part of the above video:

    Media: “So,Kavanaugh. Withdraw?”
    Trump: (cold dead stare)
    Media: “Like, well…?”
    Trump: “You’re stupid, you know that?”

    Brilliant. He makes it look easy, President 007.

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  12. cthulhu says:

    There is a rumor that Ford is affiliated with the CIA. If true, that affiliation should be declassified.

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  13. bosscook says:

    The Dems are going to die on this hill they invented. Bet on it.

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    • dawndoe says:

      I certainly hope so. But Keith Ellison seems to be skirting the issue. Someone needs to hold him accountable and get it all out in the open. People need to ask the Dems about this double standard. I know it’s not sexual assault, but it’s still assault.

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  14. Daniel says:

    Trump didn’t “fight back” then way they expected him to. The Trump administration has officially taken on the approach which is patience and civility. They are certainly calling out the timing but they are not saying “this woman is a liar.” The Democrats are transparent and obvious in their actions and intentions. Kelly Anne Conways certainly called out Feinstein’s timing as being disrespectful of this woman’s claim and right to be heard! She sat on it without a word, after all, right?

    This is a response they clearly did not count on. I get the feeling the Senate review may not happen and if it does, certain senators will tear her apart in front of the cameras and it will be fun to watch. And I’m rather certain she knows this will happen and may likely decide to declare something along the lines of “my experiences were bad enough and I do not want to relive them again in this hearing so I will not testify.”

    Let’s just wait and see eh?

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  15. jimboct says:

    If the dems have an issue with Judge Kavanaugh, I wonder how they are going to take Janice Rogers Brown replacing RBG? Can’t play the rape card on her. Hmmmm.

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    • cthulhu says:

      I was a giant JRB and Kozinski fan several justices back…..but, alas, today they are just too old. I would have favored judge Amy Coney Barrett for this cycle as she is younger than Kavanaugh and women live longer…..but I’m not as surrounded by competent people as our VSGPOTUSDJT is. JRB has even retired from her appellate position at the end of August. What an inspiring person!!!

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  16. mugzey302 says:

    If we need workers, we need to clear the welfare rolls. Landscaping isn’t high-tech, why do we have illegals for that? Workfare or no check. Tighten up the requirements and get the bureaucrats off their rear ends.

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  17. This is the PERFECT MOMENT – after the Dastardly Devious Democrat assault on Kavanaugh – to TERMINATE the Senate Filibuster and move to 51 Votes on EVERYTHING.

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  18. theresanne says:

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  19. Publius2016 says:

    If nyome ever wondered if the Salem Witch Trials could happen today, well, we have the answer! most stupid joke in the history of a Constitutional Republic…Ridiculous Accusation that really should not even receive a thought but now, we must hold kabuki theatre hearings and possibly imperil the Highest Court of our Nation…Insanity due to passivity temerity and cowardice…

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    • G. Combs says:

      At least the Salem Witch Trials had a rational cause. (perhaps) Linda Caporael has suggested, that the trials followed an outbreak of rye ergot poisoning. link

      The DemonRats are just power mad wanna be tyrants.

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  20. Norman Franklin says:

    Great shiv by the VSGPDJT. The fake news was hoping for much more anger and emotion. He proves on a regular basis he is smarter than them. Art of war should be read by all conservative families. Our President certainly understands Sun Tzu as evidenced by that exchange in the video. ‘Therefore just as water maintains no constant shape. So in warfare there are no constant conditions. He who can modify his tactics in relation to his opponent and thereby succeed in winning may be called a heaven born captain.’

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  21. Don’t overlook New York Democrat Sen. Gillibrand’s role in this scam. Her fingerprints are all over it, by only two degrees of separation.

    NIcholas Grant, PhD., who served as Congressional Fellow for U.S. Senator Gillibrand (D-NY) 2016-17, is an alumnus of Palo Alto University, where Dr. Ford teaches.

    “… utilizing a psychological lens in both developing and understanding policy sets psychologists apart and provides them with the unique opportunity to help shape the future through contributing to SOCIAL JUSTICE in the policy arena,” Dr. Grant says.

    “PAU is educating the next generation of psychologists with a strong commitment to SOCIAL JUSTICE,” Palo Alto University president Dr. Maureen O’Connor says.

    In 2015, to promote her Campus Accountability and Safety Act, Sen. Gillibrand invited campus sexual assault activist Emma Sulkowicz to attend the State of the Union Address. Gillibrand referred to Sulkowicz’s alleged assailant as “her rapist,” despite the fact a university hearing and a police investigation concluded Sulkowicz’s story was FALSE.

    Sound familiar? Once again, Gillibrand the Attorney-Cum-Senator has “Gone Fishin’,” without regard for rules of evidence and due process, to find a fascimile of Anita Hill. Like her Democrat colleagues such as “California Girl” Diane Feinstein, she won’t hesitate to trash a target’s reputation in pursuit of a political objective.

    Common Cause? Definitely. Cause and Effect? Probably. Synchronicity? Unquestionably.

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    • Enoughisenough says:

      As I recall, one of the female Senators (Hawaaii???) asked Brett Kavanaugh if he ever sexually harassed (paraphrasing) a woman. It seemed like such an odd question at the time, but now makes more sense. I assume there are several Democrats involved in this disgusting smear.

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  22. stats guy says:

    I think the Rs are feeling pretty good about this situation.

    A leftist loon (i repeat myself) against an upstanding guy with gobs of female supporters. As SD always says (in a little different context)…don’t look away.

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    • lurker2 says:

      I hope the public isn’t allowed to enter otherwise it’s going to be another ridiculous circus with scary people rushing Kavanaugh to “shake his hand” The Dems have turned frightening.

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  23. JRD says:

    Wow, is this freakin’ true?

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  24. Enoughisenough says:

    In my very humble opinion, there were similar #metoo stories on every single potential SCOTUS nominee, just waiting to be sprung. If this smear wasn’t being launched against Brett Kavanaugh, it would simply be applied to whomever the candidate was. This slimy, sleazy and transparent tactic needs to be exposed. Follow the money. Most participants in these horrible attacks are rewarded with beach houses, lucrative opportunities, paid off mortgages, and other compensation. I assume there is a paper trail that can be followed to pull back the curtain on these dispicable tactics.

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    • G. Combs says:

      There are plenty of ‘Jail Bait’ types sprung on various Republicans over the last decade or two. It would be really great if a person with mucho $$$$ could pay some detectives to find out exactly what happened/rewards were given to each of these people.

      It would make a really great book/TV series.

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  25. andyocoregon says:

    A female former colleague of Judge Kavanuagh was on the very tail end of The Tucker Carlson Show tonight defending him. She had an interesting opinion that it’s entirely possible the accuser has simply misidentified J.K. as her sexual abuser. Everyone was drinking at the party she cannot even remember the address of nor can she recall the year it even supposedly occurred. So, it’s not inconceivable she may have been attacked by someone other than J.K. and it just happens to fit her left wing activist narrative to accuse him.

    And I think she’s being handsomely paid by George Soros.

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  26. Lillia says:

    Diane Feinstein withheld this claim until now
    – Blasey-Ford’s parents were foreclosed by Brett Kavanaugh’s mother
    – Blasey-Ford made no mention of this accusation for three decades
    – Blasey-Ford’s parents never mentioned the current accusation
    – Blasey-Ford’s husband worked for the primary “fixer” for Hillary and the DNC
    – Blasey-Ford’s brother worked for Baker Hostetler
    – Baker Hostetler is connected to the Russian meddling allegations
    https://yournewswire.com/ka

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  27. andyocoregon says:

    Yes, the Dems have a double standard when it comes to abuse of women by male public servants.

    http://alphanewsmn.com/do-democrats-have-a-double-standard-on-metoo-allegations-karen-monahan-thinks-so/

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