President Trump Speech To Police Chiefs Convention – 1:30pm Livestream…

Today President Donald Trump is visiting Florida and delivering remarks at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Convention.  The venue is the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.  Remarks scheduled for 1:30pm

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107 Responses to President Trump Speech To Police Chiefs Convention – 1:30pm Livestream…

  1. Raffaella says:

    OMG – what? Thanks to Rod Rosenstein?

    Ok another convert to MAGA.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Newton Love says:

      It’s my theory that the master deal maker will turn DAG RR.

      PDJT will gently explain that “When I declassify all of those documents, you and many people will face lots of legal jeopardy. But I’m not President to throw people in jail. I’m President to make everything I can much better for Americans.So, Rod, if you help me set all of this right, I will ake sure that you are not prosecuted, but if you are, I will pardon you. But ONLY if you immediately start working with me, as in you will go to the House and Senate Committees and tell them the truth. Don’t hold anything back. Volunteer a lot of information that they don’t know.
      Trust me. I’ve got your back.”

      That’s my theory on PDJT and DAG RR.

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  2. fleporeblog says:

    This is what is happening in Portland, Oregon. November 6th is going to be the Democrats worse nightmare.

    Liked by 8 people

    • I hope so too! But democrats are energized too! You see their nasty tweets from the left? It’s actually scary!

      Liked by 2 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      It was a huge mistake for this man to stop his car and step out when those enraged thugs were chasing him. He should have just kept going until he reached a safer location away from the mob.
      Had I been there in my 4×4 pickup with heavy duty brush guard and skid plates underneath, I would have just plowed them out of my way. There would have been several Thump-Thump noises from under my truck.

      Liked by 6 people

    • andyocoregon says:

      There was a motorcycle officer parked just one block away watching the entire spectacle and he did nothing to help the innocent motorists who just wanted to get to their destination. Probably another of Mayor Ted Wheeler’s loony liberal commands to do nothing to stop the violent anarchist protesters.

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      • paper doll says:

        After this , if normal folks there do not make plans to vacate Portland pronto, they are making a mistake. It will only get worse.


    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Here is the thing about mobs. We prefer to avoid mobs, vigilantism, and street justice. Why? Because they can get carried away. They can get the wrong person, or mete out the wrong punishment. And, the “process” by which they might work is unknown. No one knows who the leader should be, and no one knows the rules by which they operate.

      So, we don’t want the KKK deciding to chase down and hang whomever they “decide” is a bad guy. Likewise, we don’t want Antifa to do this.

      Knowing that such a mob can become violent, you can now understand why some states prefer to stick to 2nd Amendment, and you can understand why someone might prefer a 30-round “clip.”

      Consider that: 1. Bundys have been exhonerated; 2. the ONLY thing that stopped Bureau of Land Management, and whoever else was out there, from “resolving” the situation, as ATF/FBI did at Waco, was this:

      a bunch of Americans with 30-round “clips.”

      The Democratic Party is NOt putting any sunlight between themselves and these mobs. Whether at Evergreen State College, or streets of Portland, streets of Ferguson, or banging on the door of the Supreme Court building. In short, Dems are not disavowing Mob Rules.

      Make them own it. Share this stuff in social media – this is what people are voting for when they vote for (D).

      Liked by 5 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Great 👍 post! I absolutely agree that not engaging them is the safest bet.


      • renzi2018 says:

        Notice how the OR State Police conspired with FB I to set up a rolling roadblock in an isolated area to assassinate an old cowboy on his way to surrender to the county sheriff on that wildlife refuge closed for the winter, at orders of tge wackadoodle lefty governor.
        They lit up his pickup truck with two helpless women screaming inside, too.


    • scrap1ron says:

      Wait until election day when they try this at the polling stations.

      Liked by 4 people

    • GB Bari says:


      I visited Portland in 2005. Was a great, thriving city with a lot of attractions and fantastic restaurants. Took a dinner cruise on the Willamette River. Saw lots of million+ dollar floating homes, a unique style of living in OR and WA.

      Wouldn’t go back there today on a bet. Couldn’t pay me to go there. They’re on the verge of becoming Caracas if rational sanity doesn’t soon return.

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      • HB says:

        I live across the Columbia from Portland. I haven’t been there for probly 3 or 4 years. I avoid that place like the plague. Even Portlnd folks are moving out and coming to WA.

        Liked by 1 person

      • piper567 says:

        GB, its a little scary how fast beautiful Cities such as Portland can go to he!! in a handbasket.
        I live in WA, and just a few yrs ago it was common for folks to take Amtrak down to Portland for shopping; O has no sales tax, and it was always a looked-forward-to trip.
        Not so now.
        No one is interested in entering the City anymore, too unpredictable.

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    • dd_sc says:

      When I was growing up in Portland, it was always in the top 5 livible cities, and the Rose Parade was a lot of fun.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ron Jaeger says:

      Dirtbags on disability collecting cash for mob action. Thanks Obama

      Liked by 1 person

  3. feralcatsblog says:

    Are there enough Police Chiefs there, and do they have enough men, to arrest a few thousand FBI agents ? Asking for a friend.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Uncompliant says:

    I am reposting this on this thread:

    First, thank you Sundance.

    Second, think the following is useful to consider with respect to DJT and RR. Can DJT make a “friend” from an “enemy?” Remember the cufflinks; remember that if you can convert someone, they become useful and valuable; remember Linsley Graham; countless historical examples of foes being turned into friends.

    I don’t know POTUS, but he strikes me as the kind of person that does this. No one is completely bad; can be useful for some task. I liked someone’s idea — sorry don’t remember who made the comment — that POTUS takes advantage of “the downsides.” That is very interesting. In any event …

    This article in Bloomberg re: liberals and Kavanaugh makes the point really well. Apparently liberals consciously try and turn conservative judges into moderates.

    “… Nor will liberals be able to court him [Kavanaugh], as they did [Justice] Kennedy.

    “The process of willing [sic?] over a conservative justice to moderation involves the liberals providing conscious reinforcement in the form of praise whenever the conservative does anything moderate. If this sounds devious, it really isn’t. [Editor: yes, just like training a pigeon.] Commentators evaluate and discuss every detail of every Supreme Court decision anyway. The feedback loop is continuous. And nobody is telling anything less than the truth. The idea is just that liberals respond with praise and appreciation when conservatives take moderate steps. [Editor: the arrogance here is amazing]

    “That feedback loop includes – or did for Kennedy – inviting a swing justice to visit law schools and classes to meet worshipful (mostly liberal) students and professors. I certainly had Kennedy to my classes, where he was charming and seemed to enjoy the interaction with students who clearly admired him for his liberal opinions.

    “Over time, this kind of praise can subtly affect the justices. Don’t take my word for it. Take the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s. In high dudgeon against Kennedy for his gay-marriage decision, Scalia accused him in a scathing dissent of writing for liberal law professors. Kennedy of course would reject this interpretation. But Scalia, as a fellow justice, was well placed to offer a psychological reading of his colleague.

    “Now that more than 2,400 law professors have signed a letter saying Kavanaugh’s temperament disqualifies him from serving on the court, all but a handful of far-right law schools are going to be no-go zones for him for years. If he can’t even visit, he can’t be wooed.”

    Liked by 5 people

  5. andyocoregon says:

    President Trump wants nationwide Stop & Frisk. With certain restrictions, I agree with him.

    Liked by 4 people

    • TMonroe says:

      Problem is if you’ve got a bail-averse DA calling just about anything short of mass killings not worth the effort (because $$$, criminalizing our youth, etc.), it does nothing.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mashall says:

      “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”
      Benjamin Franklin


  6. Countrywatch says:

    I have seen suggested elsewhere that Sessions may just have come into possession of information from Huber which will mean that he can unrecuse himself, and actually be the one who fires Rosenstein. Time will tell, but I believe it will happen, and before the mid terms.

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  7. Pam says:

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  8. andyocoregon says:

    President Trump is also a big promoter of the federal government giving obsolete military vehicles to local police agencies. As he said, when the crooks are shooting at the police, who cares what the image of their vehicles looks like?

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Pam says:

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  10. rumpole2 says:

    I was watching on FOX… and they just cut the coverage!!

    Up Popped dopey Dana Perino!!!

    Thank heavens for the interwebs 🙂

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Pam says:

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  12. DHarvey says:

    What a truly good hearted man our President is. His sincerity and love for law enforcement knows no bounds..really genuine soul

    Liked by 7 people

  13. Pam says:

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  15. 4sure says:

    I attended over a dozen IACP National conferences. The International Association of Chiefs of Police is a professional association for law enforcement worldwide, representing 30,000 members in 150 countries. and I think every POTUS in the past 30 yrs. has spoken at an IACP conference. Police chiefs, and police executive officers can be Active members of the IACP and can and do attend the annual conference.

    There are a lot of federal LEO at the IACP, thus Rosenstein’s attendance. Also, State Dept. personnel attend as well as foreign Police personnel.

    Most LEO Municipal agencies in the USA are small, see table below. So, most attendees at the IACP are from small LEO agencies. The larger the city and police dept., the more liberal the police chief. Very, very, few Police chiefs from the largest municipal agencies attend the IACP conference and very few, if any, serve as leaders or officers of the IACP. One reason for that is because to become President of the IACP, you have to be elected as 6th VP and then you ascend through the 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st, VP slots until you finally become President. A new 6th VP is elected each yr.
    by those active members in attendance casting a ballot. Since the larger municipal police chiefs are usually political appointees by the Mayor, when the Mayor changes, so does the police chief, so most large city police chiefs are not able to move up through the VP slots because they are not Police chiefs for any longer than the Mayor is in office. And that may not be 6 yrs.

    There is a very , very large vendor presence at the IACP and it takes a very large convention hall to house them.

    Table 2
    Local police departments and full-time employees, by number of sworn personnel, 2013
    Departments Full-time sworn personnel Full-time civilian personnel
    Number of sworn personnel* Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
    All sizes 12,326 100% 477,317 100% 127,642 100%
    1,000 or more 49 0.4 161,883 33.9 46,187 36.2
    500–999 57 0.5 41,087 8.6 10,639 8.3
    250–499 98 0.8 33,165 6.9 10,245 8.0
    100–249 441 3.6 63,996 13.4 19,429 15.2
    50–99 788 6.4 52,924 11.1 14,321 11.2
    25–49 1,653 13.4 56,683 11.9 14,586 11.4
    10–24 3,345 27.1 46,655 9.8 9,641 7.6
    5–9 2,996 24.3 15,408 3.2 2,192 1.7
    2–4 2,294 18.6 5,019 1.1 385 0.3
    1 605 4.9 499 0.1 17 —
    Note: Detail may not sum to total because of rounding. See appendix table 12 for standard errors.
    — Less than 0.5%.
    *Includes both full-time and part-time employees, with a weight of 0.5 assigned to part-time employees.
    Source: Bureau of Justice Statistics, Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics (LEMAS) Survey, 2013.

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  16. goddessoftheclassroom (@goddesofthecl1) says:

    President Trump is simply awesome. He is a true leader. He TALKS TO his audience rather than preach at it.

    Liked by 6 people

  17. gingergal says:

    Why wasn’t Sessions there?

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Margaret Berger says:

    Dang, I would love to be a fly on Air Force One today.


  19. Pam says:

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    • madeline says:

      Having Rod Rosenstein see Trump in action, and how well he relates to the regular folks will be good for Rod. I am sure he has never attended a rally and from what I understand they change you. Remember that NYT reporter came out and said Trump will win 2020 there is just not anyone on the Dem side like him… good move President Trump.

      Liked by 4 people

    • arete55 says:

      Truly America’s Finest

      Humble, Courageous ….Personification of Public Servant

      Liked by 2 people

  20. Howie says:

    DDD Report….The Howlings….The shreiks and howls from these radical democrat unhinged lunatics are getting worse. We may need to open FEMA Camps to put them in until they calm down. They are a danger to themselves and others.

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  21. Hutzpa says:

    One day I want to see a side by side tally during speeches of how many times President Trump says “I” or “WE” vs how many times Obama said “I” or WE. Notice they don’t count that anymore with President Trump.

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  22. scrap1ron says:

    Was Portland Oregon’s Police Chief there? He has much to answer for allowing those leftist thugs run amok in his city.

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  23. redline says:

    The thing is, within certain circles of the senior DOJ/FBI bureaucracy – i.e. remnants and allies of the small group coup participants – there HAD to have been early knowledge of the Blasey Ford campaign, predating the composition of the first letter. The participation of such persons helping the campaign’s hasty coordination would be essential.

    Was early information that revealed those activities relayed to President Trump, from some element familiar to, and mistakenly trusted by, the small group? If that source is still intact, and can continue to provide reliable information, President Trump will (and must) protect their anonymity.

    I think those desperate traitors to our Constitution and our President, who are even now at work in the DOJ/FBI, are being sold out by someone they still think of as one of their own, but who is now one of ours, and may have been all along.

    I pray for their safety. Akanicide is a real thing.


  24. sunnydaze says:

    Antifa now in charge of traffic control in downtown Portland, OR. They’re directing traffic down there, cuz the Portland cops won’t:

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    • mashall says:

      ““Imagine the worst, most foul thing you have ever smelled. An overpowering mix of rotting meat, old socks that haven’t been washed for weeks – topped off with the pungent waft of an open sewer. . .Imagine being covered in the stuff as it is liberally sprayed from a water cannon. Then imagine not being able to get rid of the stench for at least three days, no matter how often you try to scrub yourself clean.”[


      • G. Combs says:

        GEE, sounds like the Mercaptans I worked with at my first job.

        We over cooked a batch and the smell was so bad the CHEMICAL Company next door called the cops on us. I left my ‘work wardrobe’ on the porch because the smell WOULD NOT come out. And forget your shoes. It penetrated the soles and you could not wear them in public.


  25. mashall says:

    “A recent report released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reveals that the illegal crossing of Family Unit Aliens (FMUA) and Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) increased from 13,181 in Fiscal Year 2017 year-to-date (YTD) reports to 25,911 in Fiscal Year 2018 – a 98 percent increase, according to the August Southwest Border Migration report. Yuma and Tucson Sector officials reported these classes of migrants are crossing in large numbers from Mexico into the southern Arizona desert where at least 83 migrants died during calendar year 2018.”

    13,181 FY 2017
    25,911 YTD 2018

    nearly 40,000 in less than 2 years

    This is not winning


  26. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Another excellent speech! Such support for all America’s warriors! He is healing us all, one group at a time. Such respect for our multidimensional leader bringing love and honor back to America!!


  27. TwoLaine says:

    I was very disappointed that NOT ONE single station would cover this entire speech today. They can give hours and hours and hours to angry mob thug “protestors” and zilch to the ones who keep us all safe. PITIFUL!


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