The Truth Has No Agenda…

This phrase: “The Truth Has No Agenda” has been at the center of The Conservative Treehouse mission priority from the beginning.

The truth doesn’t care about our feelings, or our opinion of it; it just exists.

After the results of last night’s election; I was selfishly not planning to write for a few days – fishing is a better option than allowing frustration from a well-bitten tongue to reach the typeset.  It is better to “respond” [think (logically) and pray (spiritually)] than to “react.”

However, President Trump making good on a very predictable decision to fire Jeff Sessions has somewhat modified my plans….. Please consider a review of this earlier outline from JULY 25, 2017.   More to follow.

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1,396 Responses to The Truth Has No Agenda…

  1. Zippy says:

    “IMO, PDJT made a huge mistake by not declassifying prior to the elections and not making the mid-terms about the enormous corruption of the Uniparty Deep State.”

    He made a huge mistake by not firing Sessions IMMEDIATELY after he castrated himself via an unnecessary, voluntary recusal. Sessions thereby allowed the stalling of document discovery by those who should have recused themselves in spades – Mueller, Rosenstein and most of their legal team.

    But then, the Uniparty’s plan to stall to get past the midterms after which the Dem controlled House committees would only investigate TRUMP and thereby preventing the total obliteration of the reputations of the DO”J”, FBI, CIA, and etc. via official revelation of a vastly worse than Watergate scandal would not have succeeded. It was essential for those most useful to the cover-up, Mueller et al, to stay, obstruct, and for Sessions to do absolutely nothing about it.

    Get it?

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    • Artymisfoul says:

      So you are both in agreement. It should have been before the midterms.

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      • Zippy says:

        Should have been but never would have been. The (unjustified) preservation of the reputations of high level organizations within the fedgov and of the Uniparty is THE overriding priority and the reason Sessions did nothing, the reason Mueller et al did their thing, and the reason PDJT didn’t demand wholesale declassifications. I think PDJT isn’t interested in destroying them either and is only interested in doing the minimum necessary for self-preservation. I don’t think he so stupid that he doesn’t realize exactly what’s going on and what’s at stake – the total discrediting of the highest level of the fedgov and the Uniparty by a scandal vastly worse than Watergate.

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        • Zippy says:

          In other words when the “poisonous tree” from which comes the “poisoned fruit” is OFFICIALLY revealed via documentation turns out to be the DO”J”, the FBI, the CIA, etc., what happens to any case they’ve ever touched? What happens to the facade of “real choice” offered by the Uniparty?

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          • Donzo says:

            These black hats don’t give a rat’s ass about preserving the institutions of the DOJ and FBI except to the extent they can preserve themselves via the preservation of the institutions. Hence they hide their crimes behind the facade of the Mueller investigation which was created for the purpose of hiding their crimes as we all know. When push comes to shove they will save themselves not the organization.
            Trump is not a sellout. As a builder he knows a rotten foundation spells trouble. But replacing a foundation without razing the entire structure takes preparation. Talk of demolition the whole structure is understandable but not practicable and Trump is a practical man.

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        • Artymisfoul says:

          I agree with assessment. But believe destroy and rebuild is smarter. Scorched earth.

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          • Jimmy Jack says:

            I agree. Right now the government is discredited anyway but people are more upset nothing is being done about it.

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          • rayvandune says:

            Only by enduring the consequences, no matter how terrible, will we learn to be vigilant and never repeat the behavior. I don’t want Trump to “protect” the criminals – that only emboldens them to commit worse crimes, and fools the people into thinking that they are not real! In the long run, that is foolish and dangerous. I cannot see a realist like Trump adopting such a flawed strategy!

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            • litlbit2 says:

              I do not know what the correct answer is for correcting the massive corruption. However, Jim Costa got to be the Emmy holder as the most despicable creature to ever hold a mic 🎤 working for a shithole network by being allowed to continue disgracefully on all occasions.

              Now maybe, just maybe lessons of reality will set in, by not ever allowing back on White House Grounds. The People’s Place.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Telling the POTUS (who has 100x more info than you) how to do his job are we ?

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        • Kaco says:

          Yes, why can’t we discuss the possible mistakes our POTUS has made in staff choices or other decisions? Is that a problem? Are we suddenly NOT MAGA supporters? More accusations to squelch our voices on the subjects at hand?

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        • Artymisfoul says:

          However, I will say if his plan was to do more judge Obama devotee replacements before action that makes logical sense and worth some amount of patience. But I believe he should have unredacted the Fisas, etc earlier tactically.

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    • Titus says:

      Many levels of corruption in DC, SES, Lobbyist etal. POTUS was hindered in declass by the Hatch Act. It has been stated “trust Sessions and Wray.” Why? It is possible that Trump’s 4D chess is way ahead of the swamp. He had thirty years to study and outthink the swamp dwellers. I look for a quick declass (Whitaker a serious Iowa native) and a quick departure of Rosenstein. Mueller is also complicit when he worked with Comeys old Aircraft company contract buddies. Everyone has a skeleton in DC just matters if Trump holds all the keys. I saw extreme confidence today!

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      • Jederman says:

        True they’re all corrupt but the biggest threat, the one that never goes away is a corrupt news media. I keep saying it over and over. Their corrosive effect on this nation must be neutralized somehow. They are the loudest megaphone. They reach almost the entire country. There is no getting out of this unless this threat is addressed.

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    • Rob Howarka says:

      Skippy, to do so would have created the ‘obstruction of justice’ and ‘election interference’ that RM has failed to find heretofore.

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    • rayvandune says:

      The clear-thinkers among us understand that Trump is an inherently decent person. Unfortunately, at the root of nearly every serious mistake he has made has been the temptation to project his own decency onto others who lacked a single drop of it!

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      • Apollo says:

        VERY well put. Sessions supported him early, and so Trump gave him this job even though (I believe) he was originally slated for Homeland Security, for which he would have been much better suited. AG was a bit much, as it turned out. A reward of great responsibility, which unfortunately Mr. Sessions did not live up to.

        Compounding this difficulty, contra what many have said, once Sessions “recused” he essentially made himself (politically) unfireable until after the midterms.

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    • Linda K. says:

      Live and learn. President Trump will come out of this. our country will come out of this . i top. He will have the dems crawling after him.

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    • Pal says:

      Releasing any information by Trump related to Mueller’s investigation would be cause for “obstruction of justice”. Trump did not bite.

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    • Apollo says:

      Exactly. I have been saying this forever. The “Big Ugly” or the “Trust Sessions” or the “Huber’s Got This” or whatever we are calling it…. pretty much had to happen by this summer. September at the latest, before early voting. When it didn’t… no doubt was left about just how damaging Sessions had been for PDJT and #MAGA.

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  2. snarkybeach says:

    NPR interviewed Da Nang Dick over the Sessions firing. He was calling for the hamstringing of Whitaker (and whoever follows) on oversight of muh Russia Probe. The reporterette mentioned the Senate bill protecting Mueller from firing or defunding that Mitch refused to bring to the floor. Dicky thinks Mueller/Russia is vital for the nation and thus untouchable.

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  3. Citizen 817 says:

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    • California Joe says:

      Good! It’s about freaking time the asshole gets canned. He advised Trump in writing to fire Comey and then appointed Muller when Trump did exactly as he advised.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      I hope Ratboy Rosenstein’s days are numbered.

      Can’t fire him on the same day as Sessions…because then the Demedia would be yammering about “obstruction of justice” and comparing it to Nixon’s ‘Saturday night massacre’.
      But I want to see Ratboy gone.

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  4. Jenny R. says:

    So the Dems are now demanding that the new acting AG (who was Sessions’ CoS I believe and thus not exactly an outsider coming in fresh to the DoJ) recuse himself — even though he has no need to do so. And if he doesn’t, well, Judiciary Committee investigation!!!! (as if; good luck with that farce Dems).
    He can’t do this; he must do that…right now!!! You better not be in charge of the Mueller investigation Whitaker!!! You better not! (even though that’s his job, duh) — ps. to be said in one’s best Elmer Fudd voice.
    Makes one wonder who put the burr under their blanket, huh?

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    • Gunner says:

      Having checked the background on Mr. Whitaker, something tells me this gent won’t cower to the whims or ‘demands’ of anyone.

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    • Gunner says:

      Having checked the background on Mr. Whitaker, something tells me this gent won’t cower to the whims or ‘demands’ of anyone.

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    • Jenevive says:

      Well someone tell the Dems they don;t control ANYTHING for at least
      two months…that should be enough time for Mr. Whitaker to get up to speed
      on what Muller is doing and maybe end it if it has strayed too far.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Makes one wonder who put the burr under their blanket, huh?”

      My flesh would like to place a road flare that has been lit under the blanket.

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    • 6x47 says:

      Of course the Democrats want Acting AG Whitaker to recuse – all it takes is ONE MAN with the courage to pull the plug and all their dirty schemes grind to a screeching halt.

      “Recusal” is to Trump appointees what “sexual assault” is to Trump judicial nominees: A cudgel to cow them into silence and submission.

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  5. trumpismine says:

    sundance, “Be careful for what you wish for”. We all might show up on your doorstep with fishin’ poles 🙂

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  6. Imagine House Dems using “RESIST” to shut down the Trump Agenda.
    🤔
    Do they REALLY want President Trump to CONCENTRATE 100% of his super-human energies and capacity on absolutely nothing but DRAINING the SWAMP until it’s bone dry and he’s incinerated everything he found along the way?
    😎

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  7. rumpole2 says:

    Ask Q who the next AG will be………Q knows all!!

    Mind you… so does “The Magic 8 ball”

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    • getouttahea says:

      Yep, this is all part of the 64D chess game plan. Now that Sessions is out of the govt and therefore unrecused he can begin arresting the 350 thousand traitors and pedos with sealed indictments. This was the plan all along, and it should begin in a week or maybe two. Tick Tock.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Then again….. If Q was in fact Jeff Sessions…. then Q will now have to make shit up.

        WOW! wont that be a change!!

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        • Agreed!
          If “secret alphabet letter man” claims to ‘have everything”, then he should be able to tell us who the next AG is going to be. But then he/it will claim that he/it can’t tell us because the black hats are monitoring his special top-secret, highly encrypted blog site that’s been hacked into a couple of times, and doesn’t want them to find out who it is. So instead, he/it will post it in code so that anyone of the hundreds of decoders out there will come up with a hundred different names and one of them (maybe a few more) will get it right because they’ll know it’s true when the person they have decoded becomes the new AG. But the black hats that are reading “secret alphabet letter man”s blogsite CAN’T POSSIBLY understand the code and therefore come up with the right name since the “secret alphabet man”‘s followers are mostly private citizens who have little to no knowledge of how “secret alphabet man”s “military secret intelligence with direct communications with President Trump” really works…if it does.

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        • Eilert says:

          Are you dancing on the grave of Q already?

          I will leave this here:
          Thank you for your service to our Country, Mr. Jeff Sessions!
          Your sacrifices will never be forgotten.
          Q+

          Trolling is fun !!!!

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          • All In for MAGA says:

            Q+ is Trump himself. Qanon is a team directly connected to Trump. It will be revealed in due time.

            Qanon many times said “Trust Sessions”. This was part of the ploy/plan. Most of you have no “qlue” as to what it is [hint: military intelligence].

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            • cali says:

              @All In for MAGA: First of all Q and team is a 5-person team with top secret security clearance. Out of the 5 are 2 civilians and 3 military officers. This is the group working directly with the president and his small team.
              They are the ones who designed the plan to drain the swamp taking down the shadow government. It is a military operation!
              Q does NOT post on 4chan – the only cryptic but clear enough for the weaponized autists are posted only on the 8chan/patriotsfight board – a military owned board. No communications outside Q’s own board takes place nor any other posts appear on the ‘patriotsfight’ by any other person.

              To make a long story short: The 8chan anons were selected based upon observation lasting a very long time before contact was established. The anons are the Generation Z made up of many professionals such as scientists, attorneys, vets and more. That’s a pretty intelligent group of people there. Almost all of them are deeply spirituals as their faiths in God and Jesus Christ is quite steadfast.
              Like Q they often post spiritual information that is healing to others than found a new hope after the election of president Trump.
              I know I do feel as well since a very long, long time that we have a chance of beating back if not destroying the evils that ails the world. I personally watched society changing while living in various countries. It affected citizens around the globe.
              I personally felt hopeless myself for many years and giving up hope for betterment while believing it was just me feeling this way. I admit having made the decision a while back to just withdraw from somewhat from society minimizing my interactions as much as possible.

              Let’s just say @Sundance was pretty much my start to re-engage as I followed the many meticulously reasoned posts in these pages long before candidate Trump became the republican nominee.
              With it came the course that started ‘The Awakening’ for me as Sundance addressed subjects that we new to me and if I had somewhat an idea about them – my info was incomplete and even erroneous at times. It also drew me back out of my self imposed shell. I will never forget about that journey and will always be grateful and thankful for the services provided are priceless!

              To believe that president Trump is not draining the swamp would make the president a liar. On the contrary: Those at the three letter agencies’ top positions have been fired included some that felt the wind and left voluntarily.

              Now going back to Q and stated working with the president has numerous times via his ‘bread crumbs’ foretold about actions taking place long before they actually did -some of them 3 months. The most important was dtd 1 Nov 2017 when he then dropped what we see today – mobs and all.
              Naturally – good strategist(s) and planner(s) consider every scenario when devising a plan to destroy an enemy. The military intelligence and command does the same and together with president Trump they had to adjust a bit here and there while adjusting as the ‘enemy’ acted upon a certain way when getting wind over something might in pipeline.
              That’s par for a successful battle plan to adjust to the enemy when the requirement arrives.
              When you have the C_A and M_ssad checking Q’s board countless times a day to see what might be in a the pipeline it should be self explanatory for Q to be cryptic – for one and also to post disinformation. He stated that from the beginning as well as stating from the beginning that at times the fight will involve to play very dirty to achieve the goal. That is the nature of our military planners.
              That president Trump cleared up the republican side before concentrating on the left is also self explanatory ergo letting the house go rather than win as a means to get of the seditionists/obstructionists and those involved in Spy Gate (treason). It’s the right thing to do. Why keep these saboteurs around?
              Yes -president Trump knew that the house may flip. With massive voter fraud it did and also cost us a couple more senate seats. The voter fraud in 2016is documented and so is this one in 2018.
              How do you think we lost Kansas? Remember their protest and refusal to co-operate during the president voter fraud investigation after 2016?

              Then there is Session – a sore subject for many. Sessions and the president were not aware of the extent of compromise about Rosenstein. They tried hard to flip him but he betrayed them time and again and did not keep his word ergo his removal to stop signing another FISA app..
              Also consider this: Sessions came in together with the president knowing all the bad deeds of congress and his counterparts. Sure Rosenstein sabotaged him and the president colluding with Mueller acting as the Blockade and stall until after the midterm election. They hoped the D’s would flip the house and senate to shut down all investigations. The small majority in the house means chit as they have no power. The majority in senate is sufficient to confirm judges including most likely 2 more SC justices. Going forward it is a necessity. To impeach the president the D’s need to get 2/3rd of senate votes: That’s not happening!
              Sessions in my opinion is the Stealth Bomber and just like Admiral Rogers retiring enabling him to testify in the military tribunals and otherwise so will Sessions do the same. He too knows all that includes uranium one. He was there.
              There is a reason that Schweitzer singled out Jeff Sessions to be the rare senator with clean hands never having his hands in the cookie jar.
              Sessions end story is not written yet!

              Whitaker is temporary: he is specialized in Patent Law for one meaning his expertise is needed as HRC et al owns the Patents to things like the remote access to our military planes and ships that caused so many to crash? Hmmmm – he has a specific task.

              I leave with this: Numerous FBI agents surprised LA’s City Hall yesterday equipped with numerous search warrants raiding numerous offices. It caused panic!
              As the news and their cameras showed up trying frantically to find out what these plural warrants were for one agent – FBI agent Rand – answered: They had numerous search warrants for numerous offices looking for items as stated in the various warrants. He refuses to answer what they were looking for nor did he validated if they would arrest warrant as of that moment. He stated that there were numerous sealed indictments and as a result numerous search warrants. He did not rule out later arrests.

              These news were crowded out by another false flag shooting with another guy the FBI knew about but did nothing in April of this year. Of course as usual ‘mental illness’ was mentioned but I’m sure we find this guy to be dosed with some psychotropic drugs or something like Broward and other shooting whenever there are bad news in the pipeline about ‘D’s’ involving the deep state. Of course the shooter is also dead although nobody seems to know how or why he died. You want hear the raids on the news and if maybe just a sliver if any.

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      • yucki says:

        Is it possible to Deep-6 a mulidimensional magic-chess metaphor?
        Give up the fantasy of omniscience?

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    • Paco Loco says:

      “Ask again later”.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Eliminate Chris Christie and every other country club Republican, please!!

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    • Not Ideal says:

      Wow. I thought Judas was getting a 7-figure book deal on the way out.

      I was wrong.

      He’ll get 8 figures.

      Get ready. The tell-all leaks from a “Senior administration official” in the next few days will be something to behold. He really is one of the most vile, filthy people in DC.

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      • peace says:

        I bet he was a plant from the very beginning which explains why he supported Trump right away. Sessions was part of the insurance policy.

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        • Phillie_fan62 says:

          I think you’re right1 I’ve thought for some time now that when the “Insurance Policies ” were first learned of from the texts. That sessions was more or less the fire wall! Supported Trump from the beginning to get his trust, was appointed and immediately recused himself with uttering a word of it to POTUS! Now why would that be? Then he went on and did a good job in many aspects except when asked to turn over document to the House and Senate committees. And has been mute the whole time.
          To me it sounds like he was the spear or firewall of the “Insurance Policies” The rest will now begin to be exposed with the acting AG hopefully. Get RR to recuse do to conflict of interest and proceed to indict from the supposed sealed indictments. Then tell Mueller to make his case tell everyone what he has besides this sideshow stuff. If he has nothing? Fire him and end the charade. All the bad actors are now shaking in their depends right now. Only 24hrs. into sessions resignation and they’re already squirming!

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          • rayvandune says:

            The reason he recused himself was that was the price the blackmailers demanded. I have a hunch he went after the AG job because he thought the black hats would never try to blackmail the AG of the US. He was wrong.

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      • cali says:

        @Not Ideal: Not so fast – as Gowdy, Goodlatte and Jeff Sessions will make their debut January 1m 2019 when the military tribunal goes public!

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    • Andy J says:

      This makes me sick! And to think I supported this wanabee. Good Riddance!

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Good riddance!!

      A nasty little man .. as it turned out.

      Obvious (to some) that he was AWOL as AG from the start.

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    • rayvandune says:

      Applause for a person who betrayed both his President and his people, and is apparently quite proud of it. No wonder the media loves him.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Thank God and Greyhound he’s gone!

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  8. wyntre says:

    Question:

    Just heard Judge Napolitano who sometimes seems to know what he’s talking about.

    He said Whitaker can’t take over because he’s not in the DOJ line of succession and hasn’t been confirmed to a position by the Senate.

    Says it’s anti-constitutional.

    Anyone know, is he right?

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  9. gamecock123 says:

    Trump is a genius if there ever was one. Endorsing Pelosi for speaker, now she is is all eager to get some bipartisan bills, (swinging at dissenters in her own party) on the table, who’d thought? I am glad so glad Paul Ryan is gone, Trump has alot advantage to make some awesome deals, and leverage, lets not forget all the leverage Trump has accumulated. Trump is just getting started, I see it in his eyes. Added bonus, we now have a chance to get a real AG.

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  10. dawg says:

    You know its good when the Dems and deep state are demanding that the guy overseeing Mueller recuse himself. We haven’t had this situation before. I don’t think Whitaker will do the same thing that Sessions did. You have to think that was all hashed out before Sessions “resigned”, at PTs request.

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  11. theduchessofkitty says:

    OT, Tucker’s bring attacked. At hid own house. By those thugs.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/breaking-antifa-mob-currently-outside-home-of-tucker-carlson/

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  12. annieoakley says:

    President Trump always plays the hand he is dealt to win as much as possible and then win again with the next hand. Plus, he clobbered Jim Acosta and the rest of the Klan assembled by our enemies.

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  13. Piggy says:

    I’m glad Sessions is gone. He met the minimums for his job and I’m sure he’s a good man, but this wasn’t for him. Not everyone is a leader. I wish him well.

    I don’t believe the FBI or the DoJ can be truly “fixed” by anyone from DC. They will ignore and push aside serious problems that they know are real or to corrupt themselves to see. Entrenched people in organizations rarely see corruption. Many people fall under the “this is how’s it’s always been done” paradigm and can not overcome this mental state.

    I hope we get an outsider not connected to DC. Should have integrity, courage, and the fortitude to do the right thing for the right reasons. Going to be tough.

    I would like to see Wray gone next. Sooner rather then later. He is not impressive and falls under the “not a leader” category. He’s just another swamp shill.

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    • gman-reloaded says:

      “I’m glad Sessions is gone. He met the minimums for his job and I’m sure he’s a good man, but this wasn’t for him. Not everyone is a leader. I wish him well.”

      How virtuous of you. Stockholm syndrome much?

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  14. rumpole2 says:

    “Congressional Oversight” is a DISTRACTION.

    It is certainly NOT NEEDED before Criminal Investigations are started. It seems a bit silly that people are STILL clamoring for House committee to see documents, interview people etc.. when all that will result ultimately is a report?

    There might even be GOOD REASON to not make documents public… IF there is a prospect of Criminal Investigations where such documents are EVIDENCE.

    With Sessions gone… lets hope CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS start… To hell with Congressional Committees… regardless of Party chairpersons.

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    • yucki says:

      Good thinking!

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    • Phillie_fan62 says:

      When you have an AG who won’t do anything? Then you have these committees to investigate and ask for documents, but CAN’T do anything because of their limitations and an AG who refuses to cooperate. But if you have an AG that will do something, you don’t need criminal investigations by congressional committees. You just need to prosecute those you have evidence on.

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  15. ELS says:

    While I am surprised by this as I am personally have been a fan of Sessions and think he has done much good, it is very good timing by President Trump to catch RR and Mueller off guard. (He also just sucked all the air out of any possible democrat victory lap as the focus is now back on the President.) I would not be surprised to find out that Sessions resigned as RR was on his way to meet with the President and that Whitaker moved in immediately to confiscate all that was in RR’s office, similar to the firing of Comey while he was across the country and couldn’t react. While Session potentially could have unrecused himself and taken over the investigation, this is a much cleaner optic to have a new person come in to do the dirty work, especially if the person is not being considered as a replacement. He can come in, do the cleanup work on what Sessions has put in place, and then disappear.

    President Trump, and Jeff Sessions, understand that each person has a role to play, and when the role is over you exit the stage. I most certainly could be wrong, but I would be shocked to see Sessions showing up on CNN to criticize the President. Sessions has had a very difficult assignment to root out the corruption and deep state players in the DOJ and associated agencies and lay the groundwork for the restoration of the rule of law and order. Did everything go perfectly and how President Trump and the CTH horde wanted? Obviously not, but this isn’t a hollywood script that wraps up perfectly in two hours. As Q has said (whether or not he is real is not the issue here as the point is valid) is that you can’t clean up years and years of corruption and infestation in just two years, especially when you don’t know who all the players are or where loyalties lie. These people are expert at lying and deceiving and appearing to be good. It takes time, especially if you are following the law.

    I believe Sessions was doing the best he could given the circumstances he encountered. Like Moses, just because he wasn’t permitted or given the chance to take the children of Israel into the promised land because of a few mistakes, doesn’t mean he was trying to undermine the entire plan or playing for the other team. Give the man a break until you know the full story. That is one aspect of charity.

    I’m saddened to see the vicious attacks on Sessions and calling him a traitor simply because he didn’t come in with the hammer of thor and start smashing things and throw hillary and Lois Lerner in jail, which is where they belong. Sure, maybe he could have done that and we’d all be loving the entertainment and opportunities for outrage the trials would have provided. And the marxist left would have probably willingly given them up as they are useless to them at this point anyway. But the deep-seated infestation would simply lower its head and bide its time. These people have many despicable qualities, but one of the traits in which they most certainly excel is patience, of which we need a lot more.

    But how could Sessions have immediately done that when he doesn’t know whom he can trust in the DOJ or FBI, when Obama’s judges are still in place and the courts are dominated by the left, and the SC is divided? Even if he went out there with all the proof in the world, would any of this made it through the media without President Trump laying the groundwork of showing the media for what it is? The left and its brainwashed masses do not care about truth and instead believe in their false realities. If Sessions had arrested the Clintons and other government officials for crimes of which we know, what would have happened? There likely would have been mass riots by paid protesters and the media would be screaming that it is political retaliation. You all saw what happened when Comey was fired and during the Kavanaugh hearings for the SC. Think of what would happen if their god Obama was arrested or the Clintons. President Trump and Sessions and those working with them want to root out the corruption and infestation as peacefully as possible and avoid a civil war. How they will accomplish this is beyond me, but luckily President Trump is an evil genius, as confirmed by Michael Moore.

    As to whether or not Sessions should have recused himself is beyond me too, as I have read arguments on both sides, nor do I know if his recusal was planned or expected. But I would not be surprised if the deep state had plans to somehow mitigate Sessions if he had not recused himself. What I do know is that Sessions has been strong on immigration enforcement, is encouraging and reestablishing the rule of law, has gone after MS13 and pedo rings, and that there are close to 60,000 sealed indictments out there. It doesn’t matter if you think the sealed indictments are a larp as the DOJ is not simply out there handing them out like halloween candy for the fun of it. Something is happening out there, and one aspect of the rule of law is no leaks and no grandstanding. The show is no longer being run by Comey, Mueller and Obama.

    In my opinion, Sessions played his role well in helping to restore a foundation of law and order, and for that he deserves are utmost gratitude. His watch has now come to an end, although I wouldn’t be surprised to see him still involved. If real proof comes out that he actually is a traitor, of which you have none at this time, then you can hang him, but until then he is innocent until proven guilty as is done in a society of law and order. Simple conjecture and emotion is not truth, and it is the truth that we seek as it will set us free.

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    • ELS says:

      Our gratitude, not are in last paragraph. Embarrassing lack of proofreading. I’m sure there are other typos too.

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      • gman-reloaded says:

        Then why don’t you correct the typos and repost? I’m sure that will make the content much clearer. PROOFREADING? This is a COMMENT section-not a legal brief analysis committee.

        And BTW-you have (2) embarrassing incomplete sentences in your post.

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    • G. Combs says:

      👏
      Well reasoned. I doubt Sessions was aware of just how bad the situation was. I am not sure even President Trump was.

      Given the code of ethics and the fact Sessions was trying to re-establish the rule of law, NOT recusing was never an option. Whitaker, not having worked on the Trump campaign, has ZERO reason to recuse no matter how much the lefties scream.

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      • lydia00 says:

        “Given the code of ethics and the fact Sessions was trying to re-establish the rule of law, NOT recusing was never an option. “

        Huh? Based on what? He talked to a Russian like all Senators do?

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        • G. Combs says:

          “…Huh? Based on what? He talked to a Russian like all Senators do?”

          No, based on his having worked on the Trump campaign and the Trump campaign was accused of Criminally ‘colluding’ with Russia. After all that is supposed to be what Muller is investigating.

          GOVERNMENT ETHICS
          “[…]C. DOJ-Specific Conflict of Interest Regulation: No DOJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or who would be directly affected by the outcome. 28 CFR 45.2
          Political relationship means a close identification with an elected official, candidate, political party or campaign organization arising from service as a principal advisor or official; personal relationship means a close and substantial connection of the type normally viewed as likely to induce partiality.[…]”

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    • Kent says:

      …cant like…but I can like……and I do like…

      Sure will be interesting when the truth finally surfaces…

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    • railer says:

      Sessions failed to prosecute Awan, and failed to fully prosecute that Senate Intelligence Committee criminal. He failed the law in other words. Additionally, he failed to inform the president before he was nominated, or even after, that he’d be recusing himself, which he is ethically obligated to do. This ethical breach probably doesn’t matter much to a lawyer, but the rest of the professional world cares about such things as ethics, and we expect more than this type of sunken behavior.

      Sessions failed on the big stage and was obviously not ready for prime time. Tough job, and his performance was less than required, and his ethical breach and the failure to uphold the law has jeopardized the national security of this nation and its people. We expect better and we should. Never mind the partisan political implications of these neglected prosecutions, and the damage the conspiracists intended to our national security, simple law and order is Sessions’ number one job, and he failed at that task in these 2 prominent cases.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Never mind the partisan political implications of these neglected prosecutions,”

        Is ALL the information regarding these incidents publicly available for evaluation by the legal community at large?

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    • WVNed says:

      The democrats are demanding he stay. What more do you need to know?

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    • gman-reloaded says:

      Man-how DID you manage to manage to come up with that take? Giving someone credit for doing PART of their job while ignoring the rest (purposely ignoring the rest) is like saying the homebuilder did a good job except the roof didn’t get put on.

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    • Wmerthon says:

      PACER doesn’t identify sealed indictments, so there is absolutely no way to know how many there are. The 60k chart is using 12 year old data, and comparing completely different categories of data, to make it look like something unusual is happening.

      Make proper comparisons to recent history, and the numbers are normal.

      There aren’t going to be mass arrests, because there aren’t 60k sealed indictments.

      This article explains every detail of the SI claim, and is fully sourced.

      https://wmerthon6.wixsite.com/website-1/home/comprehensive-analysis-of-the-50k-sealed-indictment-claim

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  16. youme says:

    Video of Tuckers home under seige loaded up on this twitter feed

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  17. bakocarl says:

    PTrump has just suspended Acosta’s “hard pass”. Per Dobbs

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  18. Kent says:

    …it was only a matter of time….whatever caused Sessions actions may someday come out…and now the dhimmi dweebs are going quack incessantly about their neverending bs and the enemydia will support them and attempt to compel all to agree…

    nothing unexpected…

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  19. wyntre says:

    Annnnnnnnnd . . . . .

    WH BANS ACOSTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  20. Joemama says:

    Tucker Carlson is now being attacked at home:

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    • StanH says:

      They get out of hand defend yourself.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Not surprised.

      Expect the hate and violence to escalate. Obama seeded Muslim Jihadists and MS13 and La Raza invaders throughout the USA.

      The take over of the USA by stealth (Fabian Socialists method) got thwarted by President Trump. Now that ‘soft coup’ will be replaced by an all out push by the communists and their minions.

      “William R. Russell… was in Russia soon after the Bolsheviks seized power and spent considerable time there, working on Creel propaganda against the Germans, for the Bolsheviks, and later against the Bolsheviks. Russell described how he saw the communist tradecraft:”

      The way they worked their way to the seizure of power was as follows: Talk about peace, talk about social equality, especially among those most oppressed. Talk about organization of labor, and penetrate into every labor union. Talk on soapboxes. Publish pamphlets and papers. Orate and harangue. Play on envy. Arouse jealousy. Separate class from class. Try to break down the democratic processes from within. Accustom the people to picketing, strikes, mass meetings. Constantly attack the leaders in every way possible so that the people will lose confidence. Then in time of national peril, during a war, on the occasion of a great disaster, or of a general strike, walk into the capital and seize the power. A well-organized minority can work wonders.

      Willing Accomplices: How KGB Covert Influence Agents Created Political Correctness and Destroyed America by Kent Clizbe

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  22. StanH says:

    I to have an affinity for Jeff Sessions, he’s for the most part been a voice of sanity in an otherwise dank, dingy swamp. However, when he accepted the Attorney General’s position, he muffed that grossly. That one maneuver recusing himself from the phony Russia probe was dumb, and damaging to the President “friends like that…” However, President Trump can handle it, and I believe that he will.

    I’m not going to get into histrionics, but what the President achieved in the first midterm is better than most presidents at this point in their presidencies, relax…go fishing. But, we still have a country to save.

    MAGA! …by keeping the faith, this could be a generational fight.

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    • Kent says:

      I simply fail to comprehend why JBS didn’t tell Candidate Trump that he would be required to recuse himself by known requirements…

      I just don’t get that……

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      • StanH says:

        I believe Senator Sessions didn’t want to believe that his colleagues were that corrupt, and would deal with the situation honorably, perhaps naive? I don’t want to believe he was corrupt, but he did spend a lot of time in the swamp? You can bet that the criminals in DC would not hesitate extort Sessions as well. The good news, he’s gone now, and I’m sad to say, he sucked as an AG.

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        • peace says:

          Sessions support of Trump at the very beginning camouflaged his intentions to protect the swamp. He never really did support Trump and the MAGA agenda. Sessions is a traitor and a fake.

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          • gman-reloaded says:

            @peace I’m not sure if JS started out w/good intentions…I don’t think he did-but it doesn’t matter-he finished a traitor and a fake.

            I spent nearly 40 years working as a gov employee smack in the middle of the DC swamp.
            When Sessions showed up at a very early Trump rally, red flags, bright, big red flags went up in my mind.

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  23. youme says:

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  24. Yes, the narrative that the President can’t consult regularly on political strategy or law-enforcement priorities (or anything else) with his own attorney general would be hilarious, if it weren’t so dangerous, crippling, historically clueless, and downright weird.

    I’m waiting for Mr. Trump the remind the Left, “Maybe you’ve heard of a president named John F. Kennedy. Was he a crook, a corrupt racist, a Nazi, or an obstructor of Justice? I don’t think so. I’ve never heard any of me Democrat friends say that about him. But who did John F. Kennedy appoint as his attorney general? With the approval of the Senate, he appointed his brother, Robert Kennedy, who was his closest advisor, sometimes called the ‘keeper of the family secrets.’

    “Do you really believe John F. Kennedy didn’t consult with his attorney general, who was also his brother and his closest advisor, practically every day, about all kinds of things?

    “The Attorney General is a member of the Cabinet, who are by definition the president’s CLOSEST ADVISORS. The idea that I shouldn’t be in close and regular communication with a member of my own cabinet, discussing policy matters in private, is ridiculous, especially if the only reason given is that the Democrats want this Russian witch-hunt — which has found no collusion with my campaign or administration in TWO FULL YEARS since it was launched by failed Democrat campaign manager Robby Mook and disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok and others in November of 2016, when they were looking for an excuse for why they lost — to go on and on, essentially forever.”

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  25. Jimmy Jack says:

    Btw, posted here earlier and am not getting no stop DDoS attacked despite VPN. Didn’t happen earlier. Interesting.

    God help us patriots.

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  26. from TownHall comments 🙂
    “Polls closed less than 24 hours ago.

    Sessions out…
    Acosta out…”

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  28. deplorablegracie says:

    I hope you get some good fishin in Sundance 🐠. The world can wait 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Again, just gobsmacked at the wealth of unshared knowledge here on the Treehouse! All these experts that knew everything about Sessions, what he’s been doing, what he did and didn’t do… They even knew he was lazy, doing nothing. I also did not realize PDJT had picked such a loser and stuck with him, even though there are many here who could have told the President what was going on and how to handle it. I’m in awe!
    /S

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  30. LibertyVibe says:

    We are at a very critical time. Our only response is to fight the voter fraud. God has given us more than enough evidence to work with. That was our gift. Now He wants to see how badly we want our future. OR…do we only want it if someone else does the heavy lifting for us. I personally think President Trump deserves a righteous response from us.

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  31. LibertyVibe says:

    We are at a very critical time. Our only response is to fight the voter fraud. God has given us more than enough evidence to work with. That was our gift. Now He wants to see how badly we want our future. OR…do we only want it if someone else does the heavy lifting for us. I personally think President Trump deserves a righteous response from us.
    https://wordpress.com/post/onehope2016.wordpress.com/7528

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  32. Pete says:

    I firmly believe that Jeff Sessions and the Department of Justice’s failure to prosecute the Clintons is one of the factors that contributed to the Republicans losing control of Congress. I’m not sure if this will strengthen the resolve of Pres Trump in the government’s investigation of their corruption and other wrongdoings. I hope that the President, no matter how he looks at this loss, should now realize how powerful the enemies are. We can’t beat these individuals by tweeting about their corruption. We need to focus on the enemies of the state.

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  33. lydia00 says:

    I totally agree with Joe De on the Carr show. Sessions cost us two years. He was not elected! Yet he and Rosenstein stood in the way of what voters wanted. They not only hurt the agenda but protected a corrupt FBI and DOJ. Being too nice or ignorant is no excuse for his backstabbing voters.

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    • Donzo says:

      The benefit of the doubt is not applicable to sellouts and traitors. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions can take his place next to other famous American traitors.

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  34. Message to CNN:
    Trump just ejected the Enemy of the People from the People’s House.

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  35. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/breaking-we-called-it-awol-jeff-sessions-is-out/

    Comment from the gateway pundit article I found interesting:

    ——————————————————————————————————–

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ request to stay at the Justice
    Department until the end of the week was denied by White House chief of
    staff John Kelly, according to a report.

    Kelly insisted that Sessions’ departure from DOJ had to be
    Wednesday, one day after the 2018 midterm elections,
    ——————————————————————————————————

    If true… that’s how big a disgrace Sessions was… and little he could be trusted. Practically got the Comey treatment.

    You’re gone. Leave everything. Take no documents.

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  36. rumpole2 says:

    …fishing is a better option than allowing frustration from a well-bitten tongue to reach the typeset.

    I too was of a mind to take a break from Political news…… but just when I thought I was out… they pulled me back in!

    Jeff Sessions sleeps with the fishes

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  37. John_in_IN says:

    “The truth can stand on it’s own” – Thomas Jefferson
    “The truth is like poetry. And most people hate poetry” – The Big Short

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    Now that Whitaker is the AG with Supervision authority over Mueller, I hope Whitaker has a sit down with Mueller ASAP and asks the following questions. And he begins by letting Mueller know he has reviewed all the texts and emails between his team and Bruce Ohr.

    1) Are you aware that the Democrats and specifically HRC team paid for the Dossier?

    2) Are you aware that the Dossier is made up?

    3) if he answers yes, when did you become aware of this falsehood and by whom?

    4) what conversation did you or your number two have with Bruce Ohr?

    5) Are you aware that false information from the Dossier was included in the FISA submission?

    6) If so, when did you become aware that information from the Dossier was used on the FISA submission and from whom?

    7) Are you aware that Mifsud who engaged with PapaD was a western agent?

    8) Did you or your team have any knowledge on who and how PapaD got 10K?

    9) if some of the serial numbers from the bills given to PapaD’s 10K were traced do you know who and where they would lead too?

    10) Why have you never looked into anyone other that PT on this Russia Collusion accusation even when much evidence points to other people?

    11) Finally for my benefit, what was your role in the whole Uranium One issue again? And why did you personally deliver the Uranium sample to Russia?

    My guess is if Whitaker did a one on one sit down with Mueller and asked these questions among others, it could be very telling IMO.

    I wonder if Whitaker has a suggestion box up yet?

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  39. Bogeyfree says:

    I wonder if PT has recognized that even Fox is moving left in their media coverage and on air personalities and come 2020 election there will be no fair coverage for him and his campaign.

    So with that thought, could the reason he had Rush and Hannity on at the final rally before the election not only a thank you but a possible move to get the likes of Rush, Hannity, Tucker, Diamond & Silk, and maybe O’Reilly and other true conservative voices to move to a newly created conservative TV organization to provide a go to place for conservatives to get the true MAGA message come 2020?

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  40. Frank says:

    I agree that it is frustrating to have lost House control to the dems. This will be a thorn in Trump’s butt for the next couple of years. Aside from that annoyance, can the dems truly stop Trump’s agenda? I don’t think so. They will get in the way, as per their M.O., but I firmly believe that not even those belial trash bags can truly stop the Trump train. Besides, we’ve got SIX MORE YEARS to go. Who do you think will outlast whom in that time?

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  41. The Q supporters have it all backwards; they want us to prove Q is a fraud. But they can’t prove he is legitimate.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kathy says:

      Greetings, RTD … If the naiveté and complacency of voters over decades contributed to the dysfunction and corruption in the United States, then how do the voters themselves go about reversing course? Should there be only one method, or might there be several?

      The notion of Q itself seems to have triggered discussions all across the USA about our Republic, our Constitution, and our three branches of government which — sadly — had almost vanished from public educational. The phenomenon of Q seems to be that an exponentially higher number of citizens are more enlightened, enthused, and engaged than they’ve been in a very long time.

      So maybe the question isn’t whether Q is legitimate or not, but whether it’s actually helping WE THE PEOPLE find our voice again.

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      • completelytrue says:

        Nope.
        The Q hoax was actually started to get young adults interested and participating in politics by being entertaining.
        It wasn’t meant to be taken as a call to arms for anyone.

        However, the best laid plans of mice and men …

        The Qtards who actually took (and are STILL taking) the joke seriously appear to be overwhelmingly white, middle-aged/senior, Republican men.

        They seem to be the type who fear “black helicopters”.

        I should probably pity Qtards, but have to admit that my attitude toward them is more like humorous contempt.

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  42. Etabakron says:

    Something to ponder: Since it is obvious that 100% of one party and probably 60% of the other has absolutely no interest in getting to and exposing the sorry truth about the level of corruption and crimes that were committed both by the DNC/Hillary and the FBI/DOJ/ Intel complex, nor interested in the prompt delivery of justice and preserving the public’s trust in “institutions”, what does it say about a population that openly handed the House to a corrupt party that has zero chance of holding anyone accountable? After all, Democrats didn’t win those seats in a vacuum. The wonderfully virtuous and wise American electorate placed them there.

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  43. completelytrue says:

    You have been proven wrong (again).
    There’s no need to review anything.

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