September 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #614

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2,243 Responses to September 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #614

  1. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet:

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    • calbear84 says:

      Practically the entire southeastern seaboard is under water, but thankfully the loss of life has been relatively low. Great job by all those who protect and serve, and mega kudos to our magnificent CinC President Donald J. Trump.

      Liked by 14 people

    • tigsmom says:

      Tragic.The man-made retention lake was a ‘thing’ decades ago in the South. The developers even stocked them with bass.

      Disney-World was built on 22,000 acres of lowland. The new Starwars exhibit, my son was the Foreman that laid the high voltage lines. It was insane how they area disrupted the ecosystem, and the public, to truck in the fill dirt. Reedy Creek pays all the Politicians to look the other way.

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      • PS says:

        It’s all swamp, that’s why the land was so cheap. As far as electric goes, it’s actually safest for the public if it’s buried or submerged, but much more expensive for the utility company, and the economic impact is minimal. Especially in hurricane prone areas like Florida.

        All of the Outer Banks are fed by undersea cable, which is normally very reliable, except for 2017 when a contractor accidentally severed it while repairing a bridge. Those human elements, bah.

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  2. Attorney, William D Ware says:

    Thank you sir for all that you do here at this site…I share many articles but when I share your articles I am sharing the top shelf. Again, thank you. Bill in New Jersey.

    Liked by 35 people

    • carterzest says:

      It’s amazing to share things days and weeks ahead of the curve. The sense of pride you feel is normal 😉 the lack of acknowledgement too. Get used to it.

      Refreshing is sunlight, as it is the best disinfectant.

      The truth is fun.

      Wish I could donate more often.

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  5. citizen817 says:

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    • kea says:

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    • calbear84 says:

      This is so hard to watch. Decent people being dragged through the mud. The American people are with you Judge Kavanaugh.

      Liked by 33 people

      • Ace says:

        Yes, but the dems are actually the ones dragging themselves througn the muck.

        Liked by 11 people

      • MelH says:

        I’m wondering if it would be more prudent to call for the Kavanaugh vote when we are POSITIVE of having enough, after mid-terms. Anyone of the Never-Trumpers (Flake, Booker, Collins, Murkowski etc. could screw it up. Is it that it can’t happen at all unless it happens before October 1?

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        • Convert says:

          Can I just have a moment to discuss how much I despise Flake, Collins and Murkowski? That they would, after the outrageously obvious smear campaign of filth that continues unabated, even remotely consider voting against Kavanaugh is infuriating.
          If the only way I could stay in the Senate was to vote with the vile cretins like Feinstein, Avanatti, and the howling moonbat pussyhatters, I would go home. They are a disgrace. If Susan Collins is worried about the 1 1/2 mil fund the psychos raised to give to her opponent if she votes yes, she better realize we Deplorables will contribute 5 times that much to an opponent if she votes no. She will be both unemployed and condemned for eternity for joining the evildoers. It’s her call.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          It should be said loudly and often, on the Senate floor, to all the press, and from every other platform one can find–anyone who fails to vote to confirm Judge Kavanaugh is throwing in with lying scumbag slanderers and those who exploit women and people with mental problems for political and monetary gain. If Flake, Booker, Collins, Murkowski, and all the Demonrats for that matter are ok climbing into the moral equivalent of a giant bag of rotting manure and maggots and living there for life, then it should be well documented that’s exactly what they’re doing and who they are.

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      • suejeanne1 says:

        Senator Feinstein is like an embezzler, stealing money out of the till – but instead of stealing money, she is stealing justice.

        Senator Feinstein sat on that letter all this time – knew she had it like right there, like someone driving around town with a dead body in the trunk of her car.

        We need to remind Senators who are waffling about this that Senator Feinstein has demonstrated extremely poor judgement for many years, long before she became a Senator –

        In 1985, when she was Mayor of San Francisco, she announced to the press some important clues that the detectives did not want to be known yet, as they were desperately trying to find out who the “Night Stalker” serial killer was. This was upsetting back then and it was appalling that she was allowed to not answer for that, but instead rose to a higher political office.

        Senator Feinstein was okay with enabling a brutal serial killer and she is okay with enabling the persecution of a kind, gentle and brilliant man.

        She has no business being a US Senator and most especially has no business on the Judiciary Committee when she obviously does not grasp the concept of justice nor does she uphold her oath to defend the Constitution when she is so willing to deprive Brett Kavanaugh of his rights.

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      • cozette says:

        We will find out which side the American people are on when we get the results of the midterm battle on November 6th. Victory will depend on how many people we can persuade to vote for a #RedWave during these last 42 days. Winning votes is our only way to thank Kavanaugh, his family and POTUS for the horrors they’re enduring for us.

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  6. citizen817 says:

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  7. Grandma Covfefe says:

    **42** more days to Mid-Term Elections.
    MAGA
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA team, and all his supporters.
    ———————————————–
    Pray for President Trump in New York…for a successful trip and for his safety.

    Liked by 17 people

    • kea says:

      Google pushing for you to #RegisterToVote…. telling

      Liked by 2 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      We went to our Orange County Registrar (California) office today to make sure we are on their roll call. Both hubbie and my info were messed-up so we were able to straightened it out. Go to your County office and double-check now.

      While we were there, many people were calling in, to find out why their voting pamphlets haven’t arrived. The workers in the office told them it’s coming out this week.

      On the way home on the freeway we saw several car stickers showing support for Cox for Governor!! So happy for these brave people getting him name out there.

      Liked by 18 people

      • treehouseron says:

        Yall brave ‘pedes are fighting the good fight for staying in California and at least trying to win. When I was very young we lived in Fresno but it was a different place back then. We left in the 80’s.

        I firmly believe though that it’s not too far gone. California can be saved.

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        • Grandma Covfefe says:

          We firmly believe California will be saved, too.

          I believe President Trump has a plan for California…he is driving non compos mentis Moonbeam more nuttier…..lol.

          Even tho you lived here at one time, thank you for continuing to speak in a positive tone, THRon…..we need prayers here…not bashing.

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      • Joemama says:

        Cox is going to win.

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  8. citizen817 says:

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Hmmmm….he didn’t just go to the UN to make a speech….he went to meet his friends and make deals…..

      “Hey, you guys come on over to the house and have something to eat”

      Just love this guy……

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  9. nwtex says:

    Altho a pittance…… it is one for the good guys. Not a minute too soon.

    Take that M. Avenatti

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  10. citizen817 says:

     https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1044371304395276288

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  11. citizen817 says:

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  13. Proud American from Texas says:

    Things to do this coming quarter:
    Swear in Brett Kavanaugh as SC Justice
    File ethics complaint against Chinese spymaster, Diane Feinstein
    Open conspiracy investigation into Democrat Party related to Kavanaugh BS
    Crush Democrat candidates at the voting booth to maintain House and gain filibuster proof Senate Majority
    Indict former CIA, FBI and DOJ miscreants Target 10 Stretch goal 15
    What am I missing?

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  14. citizen817 says:

    Soy Boy Jack Dorsey has censored James Woods by locking him out of his Twitter account.

    Twitter’s reason was that Woods had tweeted a funny meme of  Democrat beta males staying home in November to “empower” the liberal woman’s vote. This was a Tweet from July 20th which had been retweeted thousands, if not millions, of times by other twitter accounts. James Woods was singled out and punished.

    See “offensive” tweet Below:

    Twitter accused Woods of “affecting” the election. Twitter was really targeting Woods because he is a influential conservative voice and has a large Twitter following.

    James Woods responded to the censorship in a AP interview on Sunday:

    “Free speech is free speech – it’s not Jack Dorsey’s version of free speech,” Woods said, referring to Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey.

    “The irony is, Twitter accused me of affecting the political process, when in fact, their banning of me is the truly egregious interference,” Woods said. “Because now, having your voice smothered is much more disturbing than having your vocal chords slit. If you want to kill my free speech, man up and slit my throat with a knife, don’t smother me with a pillow.”

    “I wish this were about an unknown Twitter user so that I could be even more passionate about it,” Woods said. “This is not about a celebrity being muzzled. This is about an American being silenced – one tweet at a time.”

    James Woods said Twitter wants him to delete the Tweet and his Twitter account would be unlocked.

    Woods said said if he deletes the tweet, it would force him to watch his step with everything he says in the future, chilling free speech. The email Woods received from Twitter said Woods would be suspended from the social media platform permanently if there are repeated abuses.

    Like James Woods said, America is being silenced, one tweet at a time.

    GrrrTeam Post

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  15. citizen817 says:

    China’s economy is more like a paper dragon than a ferocious tiger!

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Always was.

      It was the corrupt/stupid American Politicians who built up China’s economy, at the expense of our own.

      I really think China will do much better, once the U.S. is not falsely bolstering them and they need to *prove* themselves by actually making stuff the world legitimately *wants* to buy.

      I don’t need or want toasters Made in China.

      The Chinese don’t eat toast and don’t have a clue how to make ’em. (Pet peeve this month after searching for a toaster- next month it’ll be something else).

      No to German woks, and no to Chinese toasters. LOL.

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      • Linda says:

        Microwaves as well. I’m told the average life span of a Chinese microwave is 3-5 years. My last one lasted for 30. Grrr.

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        • sunnydaze says:

          My toast flies across the counter when it releases. Just ridiculous.

          And, since they don’t know how big a slice of bread is, the slice gets absolutely lost and stuck in the slot if it’s not flying across the room.

          The temp regulation absolutely sucks and burns one time, doesn’t toast it at all the next.

          So disgusted that I threw out the old one (20 years old at least, got it 2nd hand in the late 90’s) instead of getting it fixed!

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          • Rhoda R says:

            When Americans finally begin to get around to building toasters again, I hope they recognize that rye bread is wider than white. I hate having to cut 1/2″ inch off the sides just to toast my bread.

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          • Grandma Covfefe says:

            Mine doesn’t toast on its own. I actually have to stand there and keep popping it in til it toasted. The temp dial is a joke. It’s either no toast or it get burned and I refused to buy another Chinese made toaster. Every one of my slices do get tangled up in those wires because the slots isn’t wide enough!! I’m so ready to throw it out…Soon..(cue in Mel Gibson in “The Patriot”.)

            Kids keep buying me a new Chinese made toaster for CHRISTmas, and I keep returning it–it has become an old family joke…at least we can laugh about these cheapie chinese toasters.

            When Candidate Trump became President Trump, I turned to hubbie and said, “It looks like we may get our new toaster after all’. I’m still looking for an American made toaster…nothing yet.
            MAGA

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        • JAS says:

          Most all refrigerators today are imported. Have you seen the price of refrigerators lately? Most are North of $2K!!

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      • piper567 says:

        sunny, Vermont Country Store.
        good old fashioned American made toaster, 2 or 4 slices.

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      • I bought an amazing toaster in Australia that has a BIG FAT toast slot for thick long sourdough slices, buns, rolls or regular toast plus it has a tray for cheese melts. Works on Quartz heating technology. Honestly, it’s a cafe on the kitchen counter. Love it.

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        • Martin says:

          How about a good ‘ol Black & Decker convection toaster oven, holds 4 slices of Brooklyn rye, or a 9×9 with meatballs? Can’t beat it with a stick.

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  16. G says:

    I am curious if anyone has seen or heard of the movie “Trump @ War” provided by Steve Bannon?
    My wife and I have watched this movie and wonder why it has not been sent out to ALL to see.?
    I will try to post the link for all to watch before it is taken down, it is a good movie…
    http://www.TrumpMovieNow.com

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  17. mr.piddles says:

    Thursday, September 27th, 2018. I’m staying home to watch T.V. all day.

    8:00AM: Healthy bowl of Cream of Wheat. Three cups of Green Mountain Breakfast Blend.
    8:30AM: Tailgating starts. O’Doul’s Amber, popcorn.
    9:00AM: Pregame. Hopefully Hannity is not too involved.
    10:00AM: Kick off
    12:00PM: Lunch break. Check email.
    12:30PM – TBD: More game. Post game. Post post game. etc.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Oh oh oh… I forgot the afternoon break to get the Twitter Speculation on the Trump/Rosenstein confab. Going to have to squeeze that in. Will be a nice break from the Congressional Clown Show. Though I guess it won’t be as clowns as usual, on account they need to show a modicum of “sensitivity” and “respect”.

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      8:25AM Stand for the National Anthem.
      12:00PM Halftime

      TBD: Open Champaign and celebrate

      Don’t blame ya I might do the same.

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    • treehouseron says:

      I’m going to do it like this:

      9:59: wake up, check twitter on my cell phone, start watching hearing on youtube
      10:15, turn on Fox and start watching on the big screen
      10:20 turn off Fox because the morons keep having Fake Conservative newsCasters interrupt
      11:30 watch Lindsey Grhamnesty grand stand in an enjoyable way for once

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Thursday I plan to sleep all day. At 5 pm PT, I’ll tuned in to TCTH and read all your comments right here in that good ol’ Treehouse. I’ll get Cold Anger with you, and laugh at funny, silly, witty Treepers’ comments, while munching on Kettle popcorn, Covfefe Ice Cream and a slice of chocolate cake.

      There’s no place like this Treehouse!

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    • tuskyou says:

      I work night shift/sleep during the day but you better believe I’ll be watching. To hell with sleep. No sleep till midterms!!

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  18. Troublemaker10 says:

    Someone posted this Gallup poll yesterday

    Republican Party Favorability Highest in Seven Years
    https://news.gallup.com/poll/242906/republican-party-favorability-highest-seven-years.aspx

    The graphs are shown in that article, but this article spells out some major demographic swings:

    Poll: Democrats Lose Advantage with Middle Class Americans, Gender Gap Collapses
    https://www.breitbart.com/2018-elections/2018/09/24/democrats-lose-advantage-with-middle-class-americans-while-political-gender-gap-collapses-gallup-poll-shows/

    Excerpt:

    Democrats have completely lost their advantage with American men. A year ago, 40 percent of men viewed the Democrats favorably, while just 37 percent viewed the GOP favorably.

    Now Republicans are in favor with 50 percent of men. Favorability toward Democrats climbed one point to 41 percent, giving the Republicans a 9 point advantage.

    Republicans also now enjoy an advantage with middle-class voters. A year ago, Democrats led Republicans 46 to 36 among voters earning $30,000 and $74,999 annual. Now Republicans have the lead, 49 to 45.

    The Democrats still lead, however, among low-income Americans and the wealthy. But even here the advantage is smaller. Among low-income Americans, Democrats now enjoy an 11 point advantage versus 12 percent a year ago. Among wealthy Americans, the Democrat advantage has contracted to 7 points from 10.

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  19. Mercenary says:

    I’m not particularly strong either way on Q, but I have to say he predicted this exact sequence of events in regards to Rosenstein, exactly the way Sundance laid it out.

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    • cozette says:

      Q had people figure out that Francisco would replace Rosenstein way back in May. He helpfully dropped a pdf of the DOJs byzantine rules. He led people to understand the strategy behind Rachel Brands “resignation” and caused anons to surmise that nothing would happen to Rod until after September 18th. Why the 18th? Because that was the day when Francisco, according to the DOJ rules, would have been on the job long enough to replace Rod without needing the Swamp Senates approval!! Team Trump totally out foxed the Swamp by stealthily moving Francisco into position.

      Rod has been firewalling Mueller and blocking Wray and Horowitz. With a Trump guy in charge everyone will finally be free to do their jobs. The remaining reports by Horowitz, including the Russia/Trump and FISA reports, wont have misleading duplicitous summaries attached for the media to use. Mueller will not have a free hand anymore.

      I am so glad I found Q back last year. I have learned so much. I have been waaay less stressed than I would have been and Im enjoying whats happening alot more. Additionally, I love the culture at 8ch.net/qresearch. The chans are exhilarating. I also love their ridiculous “younger brothers” who hang out at reddit the_Donald. Those guys are hilarious. Too much “adult” doom and gloom is unhealthy so I only pop in to the surface sites to see whats hit normie world before heading back to the chans or out into the real world. God bless. It’s great to have so many ways to MAGA. Here’s to the defeat of the totalitarians who seek to control what we see, say and think.

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      • Joemama says:

        I got into Q right about the time that Rachel Brand “resigned”. It took me a while to learn the lingo and the military codes, but now I can understand most of what is posted. I use the Q drop sites (have to keep switching between one of the 4, since they get blocked somehow periodically somehow). I couldn’t spend enough time to figure out the 8chan craziness.

        I can’t wait to learn the details on the unauthorized missile launch on July 27, 2018. That sounded like it was an attempt to start WWIII. Supposedly there were two unauthorized missile launches and they managed to shoot both of them down before they hit their intended targets. The image of one launch was caught by accident by a weather monitoring camera with a 10 second exposure time.

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      • Deplorable Patriot says:

        Totally agree. Been following since the beginning. It is not the easiest to leave those pages and venture into blue pill land. So many well meaning people just don’t have all the information. You read analysis on world affairs and think to yourself, that’s not really what happened. That’s just what the news media is telling you happened. Can’t wait for the whole truth on a lot of it to come out. Watching a few puffed up FB friends eat crow is going to be delicious.

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      • Mercenary says:

        For sure, what’s your username there?

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  20. Lucille says:

    CASTRO’S TORTURE OF AMERICAN POWS IN VIETNAM
    Reflecting on an untold story — to honor National POW/MIA Recognition Day
    September 25, 2018 – Jamie Glazov

    Last Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, our nation, led by our president, solemnly marked National POW/MIA Recognition Day, during which we honored all American prisoners of war and expressed our deep gratitude and respect for what they endured and — as empirical evidence suggests — in some cases may very well be continuing to endure. Indeed, we pay tribute to those who never returned — and, of course, also to their suffering families. In honor of this sacred day, Frontpage has deemed it important to run Jamie Glazov’s article, Castro’s Torture of American POWs in Vietnam from Breitbart’s Dec. 8, 2016 issue. We hope that our leadership and citizens will take serious action on this issue. We will always remember and we will never forget.

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/271415/castros-torture-american-pows-vietnam-jamie-glazov

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  21. LM says:

    Reminder:

    Same people calling for Judge Kavanaugh to be destroyed over manufactured slander and lies installed and supported Bill Clinton, a rapist and proven sexual predator, in the highest office in the land and supported his enabling partner in crime for that same office.

    Many of these hypocrites have created a tax payer funded stash of money to pay off their own sexual accusers.

    Liars, posturing as our bettors—the elite—they need to face the consequences of justice they so richly deserve as well as a lasting public shaming that will keep them from ever again holding office.

    The sole exception to this would be if any of the above happen to be Republicans running for election in 2018.

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    • LM says:

      Sorry, it is late and I posted this on wccident before I was done. (It is late)

      We, unfortunately, must elect Republicans because the collective evil of the Democrats is greater than that of any weak Republican, snd because our President has asked this of us.

      This choice is the lesser evil, and it is a choice that we must make because we live on earth and not heaven.

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  22. Deplorable Canuck says:

    So Thursday is gonna be lit……(.I believe that is the current youth vernacular).

    Looking forward to Rosentein having a cup of tea with Potus…..:-)

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  23. Timmy- the-Ute says:

    Would this be considered sexual assault in today’s Victorian age?

    Girls use to like to give boys kisses.

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  24. Linda says:

    Someone just started a Go Fund Me account for Brett Kavanaugh:
    https://www.gofundme.com/support-brett-kavanaugh

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  25. SPANGLER says:

    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has verbally resigned to Chief of Staff John Kelly, according to a breaking news report. ??????

    https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/09/24/report-rod-rosenstein-offers-resignation-to-john-kelly/

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  26. Citizen 817 says:

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  27. gda says:

    Lindsay Graham speaking out forcefully for the President. Wow!

    We have finally arrived in a place where I never thought we would be – where LG is the only Senator with the cojones enough to also identify just exactly what this Kavanaugh lunacy is all about – it’s the GET TRUMP Pussyhatters TDS revenge.

    Almost worked too. But just maybe the insane co-opting of the #MeToo movement has been exposed for exactly what it is – Progressive Mob Rule.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I recall that through 2004, the Dems could be counted on to always overreach. That began to change in 2005 & 2006, when Bush started to just accept the overreaching with no push back whatsoever. The outrageous became mainstream because it was not challenged. It’s the pushback that makes the Dems go nuts and expose themselves. Trump handles it perfectly. Anybody who criticizes him for his approach is an idiot.

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  28. Citizen 817 says:

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    • treehouseron says:

      Wait… Wait… is that a republican senator with good old fashioned gumption? WHAT?

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      • DanO64 says:

        Step away from the screen. For the next 60 minutes….do not adjust your TV…….

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        You guys are right….it’s the Outer Limits…remember…listen to the instructions…

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Our Senators appear to be speaking with confidence. Acknowledging and making very public comments indicating strong support.

        I got upset yesterday evening with Chad Peregam’s (FOX) tweets, because he was giving a weakness slant to McConnell’s speech in the Senate, while we took it as one of strength. MConnell would not be saying there will be a vote if he didn’t think he had the votes – and it places tremendous pressure on the Dems in Red states. They vote against Kavanaugh, especially after this horrendous debacle, it could mean they lose their reelection.

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  29. MaineCoon says:

    Re-posting so you night owls will see this.

    Scott Adams give his professional opinion in this blow-by-blow analysis of Kav’s interview wth Matha M. Fron the virgin card and Kav’ appearance of being on the verge of crying. He also accentuates the fact that. Mrs.. Kav & children are currnet victims right now particularly being abused by attorney Aventii (sp). All this is in the first 10 mins. But then he briefly covers RR and then why this is POTUS best week so far. Says Kav sets the gold standard bar so high that Ford would have to do something extraordinary to exceed it. Makes interesting point about people who,go into psychology profession usually have issues they are working out. Worth watching. This presentation practically guatantees Kav will be confirmed. Interesting and excellent analysis.

    Scott Adams talks about Kavanaugh’s virgin card and Trump’s great week. https://t.co/hcavxmIcXN— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) September 25, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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    • Ldave says:

      The observation about psychologists is pretty well known. I’ve another. She donated nearly 50 times to planned parenthood. It’s been my experience that women who are passionate about that organization have a dark episode in their past. It’s no surprise to me that she wants to punish a Catholic conservative white family man like Judge K. According to a FB comment I read the other day, men deserve the punishment for the way they’ve treated women in this country for 200 years.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      “Makes interesting point about people who,go into psychology profession usually have issues they are working out.”

      Yes. True. See this a lot.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Thought I had Schizophrenia once….

        “No you didn’t”….”Yes I did”…..”No….you did not”

        “Here hold my Beer”……………..”Yes I did”………😎

        “Hey….wake up for a minute”…….”Do you think I have two personalities?”

        “What do you mean, it depends on who is winning the game?”

        ‘Ok…thanks…go back to sleep”

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      • Paula Daly says:

        True Sylvia, my ex sister in law was one of them. Her stories were out of this world. She was the most messed up lady I’d ever known.

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        • 🍺Gunny says:

          Ha…..You should meet my ex……..had a private investigative agency do their thing with her.

          Showed her the results…..

          She said: “ Are you going to believe what you see or what I tell you?”

          She was serious: She was also nuts…..

          “Thanks for breakfast” “Hey…..Do you believe what you see or what I tell you?”

          “ What do you mean I told you I was gonna pay you more?”

          “Shhhhhh……..Remember….. you don’t pay hookers for sex….you pay them to leave”

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  30. joeknuckles says:

    Feinstein became SF mayor when the previous mayor, George Moscone was murdered in cold blood. I think Diane Feinstein was in on it. There is no statute of limitations for murder. Apply the Kavanaugh standard to her. She must now prove that she had nothing to do with it. Remember, the killer only got a 5 year sentence. Did DiFi pull some strings to get her trigger man off easy? I think she did. Again, she must prove that she didn’t.

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    • Jake says:

      I believe the current President Trump plan is to elect a Republican Governor who will appoint a staunch Republican/Conservative to replace DiFi after she kicks the bucket next year.

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    • DanO64 says:

      #MESCREWED

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    • Bob says:

      Self inflected social results from communist agenda to destroy the USA….thinks about it. The graphic implies that woman are not going to get jobs because of the backlash from several sex related scandals…the point, this is another way to destroy the workforce.

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      • Jake says:

        It’s the “Law of Unintended Consequences”. Currently the NFL is in an uproar over penalties for roughing the passer. All this was started when NFL favorite Aaron Rodgers was hurt by a Viking LB during a sack. Who’s crying the worst? The Green Bay Packers…… Schadenfreude at its best…..

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  31. Every single face tells a story

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  32. andyocoregon says:

    Annoying computer voice, but still worth watching.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      How hard would it be to give computer voices more human pacing? Better yet, a program that could apply different natural pacings.

      I have heard people from African countries with English as their native language speak so differently that I could not understand them. But that was nowhere near as annoying as these computer voices.

      I wonder what that famous space movie would be like if HAL was dubbed over with a stupid computer voice. Would it lose its dramatic edge, or become even more frightening?

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      • PS says:

        We are still at the beginning of the technology. It’s amazing to me that we even have algorithms that phonetically stitch together a word well enough that it is recognizable. Grammar, on the other hand, is amazingly hard. When we are willing to invest 15 years of daily training into a computer like we do with children, and not try to shortcut it, then we might see some actual AI advancement.

        The brain is a wonderous thing.

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  33. nwtex says:

    Huh?!

    ‘Kavanaugh accuser is represented by Democratic operatives’: MeToo champion Megyn Kelly launches full scale defense of SCOTUS nominee

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6203245/Megyn-Kelly-fires-Kavanaugh-sex-misconduct-claims.html

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  34. Countrywatch says:

    Interesting thread from Rex Imperator suggesting that President Trump had been preparing for some years for this Presidency, and the implications of that for Kavanagh, and the mid terms. RI hints at P Trump being ahead of the game with information gathered over the years. (There was a significant comment in one of Trump’s key speeches on the campaign trail about the swamp and how he knew how they operated because in his business he had seen it all, or words to that effect). Also the EO of December 2017 is highly significant in this respect, I believe.

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    • DanO64 says:

      Our VSG knew about the dossier BEFORE the election. Donut?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ldave says:

      Well, everyone on all sides has looked into Judge Ks background thrice over. He was on Trumps original list of potential nominees in the summer of 16. There’s nothing more to find, other than fiction.

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    • Deplorable Patriot says:

      Rex is right. President Trump has had decades to work out his plan, meet all the players, pick the team he wanted, create a television character that bears little resemblance to the man who used to testify on all these issues before Congress 25-30 years ago. He moved in the highest circles, heard all the gossip, figured out who the cabal was, and a lot more, including who double crossed him in business, government, personally. His whole campaign and presidency has a tinge of revenge. It just does. He’s doing it for nothing, and in the end we all benefit.

      His greatest weapon is being underestimated. The other side will destroy themselves before they figure that out.

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  35. nwtex says:

    re: Resistance leader Allison Hrabar…

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  36. Dennis Leonard says:

    This guy sounds like the trolls that hangout on CTH.He thinks not voting is the way to go,federalist,really,

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/09/24/republicans-simple-choice-confirm-kavanaugh-get-wiped-november/

    Republican voters know exactly what’s happening right now, and they’re out for blood. The only question left is who they’re going to punish. If Senate Republican leaders don’t immediately end this entire charade and schedule a floor vote for Kavanaugh, their heads will be on the chopping block.

    An electorate already disgusted with consistent GOP failure to honor its promises is not going to lift a finger to keep the same do-nothings in power. If they’re going to stand by and allow to Democrats to do whatever they want, there’s simply no point in electing Republicans again.

    Conversely, if GOP lawmakers show that they do have a spine and are no longer willing to let the other side get away with reputation murder, they might actually keep both their House and Senate majorities in November. As Trump has shown, even discouraged Republican voters are willing to stand behind somebody who’s willing to stand up for them.

    It’s time for Senate Republicans to stand and be counted. If they do the right thing, they will be rewarded at the polls. If they continue to cower and allow themselves to be bullied by tinpot totalitarians like Chuck Schumer and Mazie Hirono, then they’re going to deserve everything that’s coming to them in November.
    Sean Davis is the co-founder of The Federalist.

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    • jrapdx says:

      Wait 2 days and you’ll have your answer. Thursday September 27 is when the Kavanaugh confirmation circus will reach its peak, after which the committee will vote and then the whole Senate, the Republicans showing the necessary courage to get there. OTOH if a conformation vote doesn’t happen, it might well mean the Republicans won’t face the music, but we’ll have to see what develops, the jury is still out.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      The Federalist?

      Ben Domenech is the co-founder along with Sean Davis.

      Domenech is a bigtime nevertrumper…and is married to Megan McStain.

      So these people would like to see the country in bad shape, just to spite Pres Trump.
      I don’t know how they live with themselves.
      But I hope their hatred for our President burns them up inside.

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      • Convert says:

        I am not a regular reader of The Federalist and know nothing about it’s history, etc. But I think this is a great article and dead on: we are the informed and committed, but the ‘normals’ who voted Repub in the last election and are busy living their lives are as disgusted as we are but less committed! We will show up in Nov but plenty will be so disappointed and angry that they might stay home.
        I read the article as a clear warning to a complacent, detached, insular Republican hothouse in DC that better get damn clue!

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        • wheatietoo says:

          Oh yeah, that’ll show them.

          Let’s stay home and shoot ourselves in the foot…and let the Dems take their seats!

          Then, when the Dems are getting sworn in…we can console ourselves by saying:
          “Boy, we sure showed those dumbass Republicans, didn’t we!”

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          • JAS says:

            ‘xactly!

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          • Martin says:

            This circumstance is like ’16, in that the Monster Vote must carry Trump, not the Marty Feldman foot dragging Eye-gore GOPe to yet another reluctant victory – because we want what PDJT has got. Only this time, there is the unknown #WalkAway quantity to boot.

            The threat of impeachment is an overstated motivator, but a reinvigorated Left would be a festering fly factory in the ointment. But that’s a given, whether they’re facing destruction or not. Question is, will Steyer and others continue to waste their money? Labor is still backing the D, despite the boom. Soros will do whatever the Adversary directs.

            The Federalist is still clinging to the “principled conservative” line. We mustn’t forget who else was going around and around that tree.

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      • Dogstar_K9 says:

        Mollie Hemingway is on the Federalist. I would take 10 of her. She’s bright, tenacious and develops well formed arguments.

        Liked by 2 people

      • ladypenquin says:

        Ben Domenech has a history. RedState site in his past. He is a NeverTrumper, has no problem being a Bill Kristol, Ben Shapiro type – beard stroking, sanctimonious elitist snob.

        These are people who have defined conservatism for the past several decades, and many of us listened to them. I came to a conclusion the other day…

        One cannot be a NeverTrumper and a conservative. Simple as that.

        These shills are not conservatives.

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  37. pmdea says:

    Joe diGenova -Talks Kavanaugh Hearing, Rosenstein Report 9/24/2018
    Conservative Citizen 14.55mins

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  38. Kaiser Derden says:

    Has anyone started a #IamBrett hashtag on twitter … Any if us could be lied about just as easily …

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  39. G. Combs says:

    MUST LISTEN!!!

    Dan Bongino on Kavanaugh….
    https://www.bongino.com/september-24-2018-ep-813-its-going-to-get-really-ugly-this-week/

    #1. The Left has ALREADY WON the first battle. Judge Kavanaugh will not be seated until later since the deadline was screwed up by ‘I can’t fly’ Ford.

    #2. Other accusations are being used by DiFi to say the hearings MUST be tabled indefinitely…

    #3. Flake is the key who is holding up the confirmation.

    #4. The left plans strategic ‘Occupy’ Chaos to derail the Confirmation and this is ALL financed by the Big Bucks Leftist Elite.

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    • starfcker says:

      “The Left has ALREADY WON the first battle.” I didn’t see any battle. I saw a bunch of surrender monkeys who excel at failure theater. Disgusting.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Deplorable Patriot says:

      The left lost the first battle. The chairman bent over backwards to accommodate the accuser and she and the Dems have done nothing but talk in bad faith. The people see this, and it is working to destroy the Dems.

      Image is everything. Mothers of sons do not like what they are seeing.

      Liked by 2 people

    • ladypenquin says:

      Bongino likes to be over the top. He is no more in the know than anyone else. Opinionated? Yes. A little too shrill for me, and I now pass over his tweets in my timeline.

      We can lose one vote to the other side, (meaning a GOP-e votes “NO”) Pence can break the tie.

      We can actually lose two votes if they don’t show up. Meaning 49-49, and Pence again breaks the tie.

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  40. Dennis Leonard says:

    Who is Carl Marx or better what is a Dem,

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  41. Citizen 817 says:

    Liked by 5 people

  42. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 4 people

  43. phoenixRising says:

    Liked by 4 people

  44. James F says:

    How can dem traitors like Hirono so boldly state that fundamental aspects of due process like ‘presumption of innocence’ and ‘burden of proof falls on the accuser” do t apply to congressional hearings?

    Didn’t the supreme court rule that the fifth ammemdment applies to congressional hearings, during the McCarty era where so many “pleaded the fifth?

    Hirono should be impeached and at the very least, recused form voting on the Kavanaugh confirmation.

    Liked by 4 people

  45. Citizen 817 says:

    This tweet aged well over 4 days…since Twitter suspension.

    Liked by 3 people

  46. DanO64 says:

    We’re HERE!

    Liked by 2 people

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