November 9th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #659

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3,533 Responses to November 9th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #659

  1. jack says:

    Bill O’Reilly is a A-hole! Here is an interview Hannity had with him, and O’Reilly tells Hannity ” you know Trump doesn’t like you” …. right … you know that, he needs you to help him, but he doesn’t like you”.

    Hannity seemed to be taken back by that, and that was a mean thing to say to Hannity … I could feel that Hannity was processing that comment the rest of the interview …

    O’Reilly doesn’t like Trump at all, and he is trying to cause trouble between Hannity and Trump. He laid the “seed” … and it could be in the back of Hannity’s mind going forward.

    O’Reilly sucks!

    Here is the interview.

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    • Paige Cohen says:

      He was just kidding. Needling Hannity. Yes, he is jealous of Hannity.

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      • jack says:

        Yeah, O’Reilly was being sarcastic… a little bit, BUT … he was also telling Hannity the truth as O’Reilly sees it.

        We all had side-comments that insulted us … and then the guy “laughs” like he is joking, … but really he isn’t.

        O’Reilly turned against Trump towards the end of the 2016 campaign, I saw it, there was one interview after O’Reilly insulted Trump… that Trump took a step back from O’Reilly and said ” I used to think we were friends, but I’m not sure anymore, the way you talk about me”. And O’Reilly said he was just trying to be “objective”. But you could tell Trump was pissed at O’Reilly during that interview. O’Reilly was coming off as an Egotist, and too full of himself.

        I guess I was hoping that Hannity talks to Trump about O’Reilly’s comment so it clears the air, and Trump expresses his appreciation for Hannity and his feelings of “betrayal” by O’Reilly!

        That interview that I gave the link too, troubled me, … to see that O’Reilly was jealous of Hannity, like you said, and tried to “screw with Hannity” a little bit, but I don’t think it was in fun, if you know what I mean.

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    • lisabrqwc says:

      I can’t stand that gas bag.

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  2. daughnworks247 says:

    Here’s an issue where we can all agree.
    The COMMUNISTS want to TAX our BACON!
    (all meat – under the premise we would be healthier).
    Will they ever leave us alone?
    https://www.wnem.com/meat-taxes-would-save-many-lives-and-cut-health-care/article_3df22cc9-2425-527a-947a-9fb04fc3194e.html?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=meredithHub&fbclid=IwAR1kQUR-2udQjquP_OApiW6Ns1zucB7-xOCJ6m_u6mmcq3j95A9KoXyQKSI

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The guy who is spearheading this is Dr. Marcus Springmann. He’s not a medical doctor, he has a PhD in economics. He’s a vegan trying to impose his own personal commie financial desires on the rest of us. Here’s what he looks like

      Other animals eat meat and they don’t seem to be dying out, so I think we’re OK.

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    • Coldeadhands says:

      “Will they ever leave us alone?” In a word, no. It’s all they’ve got. It’s their Godless religion, dead enders all.

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      • MM says:

        We need a law against men with green hair………..

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      • Nobodysfool says:

        They won’t leave us alone, get used to it. Better be thinking ahead to bigger concerns, tho….Obama & Holder’s gerrymandering project worked in so.e places Tuesday, will work more so in ’20. They are going to fight with bloodlust to over Senate elections from Tues. They are emboldened and desperate. Scary Combo. Worry mess abt me at tax and worry more abt losing the Senate in ’20. Vulnerable Repubs that easily could be flipped to Dem’s: Gardner in now Deep Blue Colorado, 82 yr old Pat Roberts-KS, McCain’s seat, Monday Graham, Mitch McConnell, Susan Collins & more.

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    • freemilo says:

      More for the elites while the peasants eat grass.

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    • booger71 says:

      “In the US these numbers would be 163% and 34% respectively. “The tax is higher in the US due to an inefficient health system that wastes a lot of money,” said Springmann.”

      That is a laugh right there coming from the UK. If the UK wants to tax something it ought to be haggis, leave my bacon alone.

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    • Zorro says:

      This is just a start of your mandated diet under totalitarian Demosocialism.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      Look what not eating meat did to the color of his hair!

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    • Howie says:

      Will they ever leave us alone?

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    • Too Real says:

      The two most important events in all of history were the invention of beer and the invention of the wheel.

      Beer required grain and that was the beginning of agriculture.

      Neither the glass bottle nor aluminum can were invented yet, so while our early humans were sitting around waiting for them to be invented, they just stayed close to the brewery. That’s how villages were formed.

      The wheel was invented to get man to the beer and vice versa. These two were the foundation of modern civilization and together were the catalyst for the splitting of humanity into two distinct subgroups:

      1. Liberals.
      2. Conservatives.

      Some men spent their days tracking and killing animals to BBQ at night while they were drinking beer. This was the beginning of what is known as the Conservative movement.

      Other men who were less skilled at hunting (called ‘vegetarians’ which was an early human word meaning ‘bad hunter’) learned to live off the Conservatives by showing up for the nightly BBQ’s and doing the sewing, fetching, and hairdressing. This was the beginning of the liberal movement.

      Some of these liberal men “evolved” into women. Others became known as girlie-men. Some noteworthy liberal achievements include the domestication of cats, the invention of group therapy, group hugs, and the concept of democratic voting to decide how to divide the meat and beer that Conservatives provided.

      Over the years Conservatives came to be symbolized by the largest, most powerful land animal on earth, the elephant. Liberals are symbolized by the jackass for obvious reasons.

      Modern Liberals like special flavored beer (with lime added), but most prefer white wine spritzers or imported bottled water. They eat raw fish but like their beef well done. Sushi, tofu, and French food are standard liberal fare. Another interesting evolutionary side note: many liberal women have higher testosterone levels than their men.

      Most college professors, social workers, personal injury attorneys, journalists, film makers in Hollywood, group therapists and community organizers are liberals. Liberals meddled in our national pastime and invented the designated hitter rule because it wasn’t fair to make the pitcher also bat.

      Conservatives drink real beer. They eat red meat and still provide for their women. Conservatives are members of the military, big game hunters, rodeo cowboys, lumberjacks, construction workers, firemen, medical doctors, police officers, engineers, corporate executives, athletes, airline pilots, and generally anyone who works productively. Conservatives who own companies hire other Conservatives who want to work for a living.

      Liberals produce little or nothing. They like to govern the producers and decide what to do with the production. Liberals believe Europeans are more enlightened than Americans. That is why most of the liberals remained in Europe when Conservatives were coming to America. They crept in after the Wild West was tamed and created a business of trying to get more for nothing.

      Here ends today’s lesson in world history. It should be noted that a liberal may have a momentary urge to angrily respond to this post.

      A Conservative will simply laugh and be so convinced of the absolute truth of this history that it will be shared immediately to other true believers and to just piss-off more liberals.

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    • scrap1ron says:

      If a conservative is a vegan, he doesn’t eat meat. If a liberal is a vegan, he wants all meat banned for everyone.

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  3. Pat Frederick says:

    I know that states control which voting methods their states use, but can’t the federal gov’t require certain safeguards for federal elections? ie thumbprint verification for ID purposes…in this day and age of so many illegals being in our country and some states allowing them to vote (in certain elections…yeah right) you would think in federal elections the gov’t would have some say. Every illegal vote dilutes my right of equal representation under the law. you’d think we could file a class action lawsuit somewhere…?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I hope Trump pushes voter ID in the second half of his first term. Of course it would require that the GOP have already done some leg work on this … and who knows if they have. I totally agree with your logic that federal elections should have federal safeguards.

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      • Zorro says:

        Trump can push it but Nanny State Pelosi or Adam Schiff as Speaker of the House won’t.

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        • Donna in AZ says:

          I’m not sure it would help a lot. Look at AZ Senate race. Many people me included want some person of authority to take a look at that race. I have been told that no one in charge will do it. They will be called racist just like in Florida and it seems everyone here are cowards. Remember we are a border state and if Sinema wins it will hurt the rest of the country. We must have ID to vote

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    • Have we seen any evidence to support the following?

      1. POTUS does not see Election Fraud as an existential threat.
      2. POTUS has done nothing to pursue Election Integrity.
      3. POTUS and AAG Whitaker are ignoring the Florida Election Fraud.
      4. POTUS would never think of setting up an Election Fraud STING.
      5. POTUS lacks the creative capacity and dealmaking skills to enact protections for Federal Election Integrity.

      NOPE. 😎

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      • Yeah but nothing happened after the ’16 elections. He had some tweets and a commission that did go nowhere. Thousands, maybe millions, of illegals voted again..

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      • Zorro says:

        That would be a yes. Read Sundance at the CTH.

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      • M.A. says:

        Other than some tweets in the last 2 years, I see no evidence of 1,2,3,4. I do believe that he has the creative capacity and dealmaking skills in 5. I really wish people would stop talking about ‘stings.’ It didn’t happen with Sessions and Drain the Swamp, and it’s not happening with elections. If it were, we would have seen something after the Alabama Senate race results and the turn out there. My 2 cents.

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        • Let’s assume you’re not a Troll.

          Let’s say you’re a new NFL Coach and your Defense (DOJ) and Special Teams (FBI) are paid by another team under the table. They all have lifetime contracts that would have to be bought out.

          Your Owners (Senate) want to see how you do with your Coaching Staff (Prior-Administration Appointees and Civil Service embeds), who just finished last with a 0 for 16 record and have pending offers from other teams, for your first year before permitting any replacements.

          None of the Staff and Players follow the League Rules (Laws & Regulations), Playbook (Procedures) or Calls (Reporting, Documentation and Classified Info Security).

          They constantly call Audibles (Deep State Conspiracy) and commit Fouls (Stonewalling FOIA and Congressional Oversight).

          =====
          If you’re not a Troll, explain how you’re going to win without your own Staff, Recruiting better Players, bringing in a Playbook that works, Spring Training to prove out the Staff and Players, and Cuts to fire the Losers before the season starts.

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      • Suzanne says:

        According to Faux he has already sent law enforcement down to FL to deal with this

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        • Bingo. We have a WINNER.
          A Treeper among Trolls.

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          • Marygrace Powers says:

            Yes BKR/ Lest we forget David Brock’s army of Trolls.

            The Poisonous Politics of David Brock/

            Can Democrats resist his Faustian bargain?
            By Robert L. Borosage JANUARY 19, 2017

            “Brock’s empire, including Media Matters, American Bridge, ShareBlue, and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, served as a hit squad for the Clinton campaign last year. Now that Clinton has lost, Brock is retooling his machine to lead the attack on all things Trump. “We really aspire to be like the Kochs,” he explained, referring to the circle of ultra-wealthy right-wing donors convened by the notorious Koch brothers.

            In the run-up to his weekend donor confab, Brock promised to build a complex that would “weaponize” information to savage all things Trump. Media Matters would strafe the press, ShareBlue would be turned into a “Breitbart of the left,” American Bridge would churn out oppo research, and his legal center would bury Trump and appointees in legal suits.”

            https://www.thenation.com/article/the-poisonous-politics-of-david-brock/

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        • oldschool says:

          ooooouuuu, he sent NG to the border months ago. Check out the outcomes.

          I can go to Weight Watchers, it won’t make me skinny

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      • oldschool says:

        When I see nothing happening, a lot of times, nothing is happening. We’ve spent two years imagining “Stings” and “Godfather” scenarios. When the VP, et al shuts down shop on investigating election fraud, months after tasked with the job, announces that states were uncooperative, nothing was revealed, I look at it and say, fail, done, move on. I also think, MAYBE, some safeguards were put in place. Based on what we are actually seeing, hearing and experiencing, that “maybe” has now changed, nope we didn’t anything. If others wish to believe Trump is playing 2018D chess from France? Okie doke😉

        We are all free to draw our own conclusion even if it is a silly illusion🤗.

        Sincerely,
        “Troll team zero” (beat you to it BKR)😉

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      • Donna in AZ says:

        I read a text of his that address is Florida but not Arizona I believe that Arizona is as vital to the country as Florida.

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    • booger71 says:

      In my opinion, it would take an amendment to the Constitution.

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      • Pat Frederick says:

        why do you think so? Isn’t it already a law that only citizens may vote in federal elections? providing a safeguard to enforce and guarantee compliance with that law shouldn’t require an amendment…

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        • booger71 says:

          Article !
          Section. 4.
          The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.

          The Constitution gives each State the power to set laws governing the election of Senators and Representatives. Such things as thumb prints or ID requirements is a state by state issue. Thankfully in Missouri we have a voter ID law

          In the case of suspected fraudulent state authorities manipulating the vote counts like is going on in Florida, the Florida Constitution is supposed to have safeguards and methods to address it. But I do believe that the DHS has some authority over this, but I can’t quote the federal statute.

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          • Booger, that would be the assumption. However, the DHS is an Executive Department office, not Congress and Art. 1, Sec. 1, clause 1 says that ONLYCongress can make laws. “Administrative Law” is a liberal’s best friend. We are so far away from constitutional government!! Not sure we will ever get back to the founder’s intent.

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        • Pat, this is like “Constitutional Law 101” and needs to be read by everyone. From this you can see how far away from constitutional literacy most of the electorate is, yes? We have a tremendous educational effort to get enough voters educated to get us back on track with the founders.

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          • Pat Frederick says:

            too deep for me…this was referencing what happened in 2010 during Obama’s administration challenging Arizona wanting to not allow illegals to vote…I will reread when i have a scorecard ready to keep track of who’s side everyone’s on…but thanks for the post

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  4. HBD says:

    Local news in N MS just reported an active shooter at a school in NC. No more details at this time.

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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      The press is desperately trying to keep this recount out of the news. Thoughts?

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    • Somebody says:

      It’s not the recount you moronic foam boy, it’s the ballots that are being counted to begin with. THAT is the problem. I don’t know of any Floridian that doesn’t want VALID ballots counted.

      The problem Marco is with the valid part. These found ballots are highly suspicious. Ballots found 2 days later at a polling place should not be counted, chain of custody broken. Provisional ballots that haven’t been through canvas board should NOT be counted. We have both situations in Broward and once these tainted ballots are mixed in the entire vote is tainted. The law says the SOE is supposed to tell SOS how many ballots cast on election night, NOT 4-5 days later. Every other county in the state manages to not only give an accurate count of ballots cast, but also tally all their votes within 24 hours. Something is rotten and we all know it. Broward county should be court mandated to be under constant surveillance.

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      • gsonFIT says:

        It is my understanding that in Florida each county is to report to Secretary of State the number of remaining untabulated ballots shortly after the pols close. Official reporting to the state is some 4 days, but is confined to the tabulated votes on election day as well as the reported but untabed votes. I recall Rubio tweeting untabulated vote number is required to be reported within 30 minutes of pols closing, but I am not sure. This way potential fraud is controlled and there is not a great unknown wreaking havoc on each side. Anyone care to elaborate?

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        • Somebody says:

          That is my understanding, however these counties have been allowed to not report. They have been allowed to find ballots. Broward counted provisional ballots that didn’t go before canvas board to be verified.

          Those ballots are now mixed in and tainted. They do this kind of stuff every time and nothing ever happens to them.

          There is a process for knowing ballots cast. Early votes as you’ve seen are tabulated daily, so you know the #’s cast, but not result. Mail in or absentee are logged daily, so you know those numbers. Each precinct has a sign in, you sign electronically and it is logged and tabulated. (I’m not sure how provisional ballots are handled). Clearly each precinct knows the number of provisional ballots.

          After the polls close the data is sent to the supervisor of elections office. The data sent includes number of ballots cast and also the counts from each machine of actual votes is uploaded to SOE. I would imagine software keeps track, but if not it’s simple math…..precinct X has X ballots cast, so on and so forth. Add in the tally of early and absentee and boom, total ballots cast. Other counties manage to do this with great efficiency.

          The paper ballots are in essence a back up. They are only used again if a recount is necessary. The vote totals on election night come from the tabulators on the scanners. If there is a problem the paper ballots can be scanned again in bulk. There is a strict chain of custody with the paper ballots, which are placed in sealed boxes…….seal broken, tampered with. Seal is signed too before it leaves precinct.

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    • Donna in AZ says:

      I have been told that in Arizona Sinema will be pushed over the top so no recount

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  6. I’m starting to see the left using a “flood the zone” strategy of crime and chaos to overwhelm the system now that Sessions is gone.

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    • litlbit2 says:

      I seem to remember, “bottom up, top down, inside out”, can’t think what American legal citizen said it?

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      • joeknuckles says:

        Van Jones, self described communist and favorite of the Obama administration.

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      • Dances with Wolverines says:

        Wasn’t that Charles Manson’s Helter Skelter?

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      • oldschool says:

        Go to Glenn Becks shows from 2008 through 2011. He laid it all out. Forget all the hate of Beck, LISTEN to his extremely accurate investgations,
        analysis and predictions. He was right more than anyone else.

        The final phase will be so much chaos that people will BEG for government intervention and that’s when the trap will spring. 2018 midterm, we see many people voting for those who are promising peace, love drugs. What the leftists started in the 60’s with kids in tied dyed shirts, they are finally implementing, from command center, with black shirts and masks. They are almost there. I see no roadblocks. Borders are wide open and undefended, citizens abandoned by law enforcement, left to protect their own. God bless us.

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        • annieoakley says:

          Glenn Beck was right more than anyone else especially about George Soros and the alignment of Islam with the Communists. There are thousands of them in these Caravans egging the Communists on toward our border.

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          • oldschool says:

            Yes Annie, and he named the entire cast of characters who are bringing us down from multiple institutions, through policy, corruption, globalism, lawlessness and MSM. When I saw VanJones invited by Javanka to be a guest keynote speaker in the people’s house, I wanted to read “The Snake” to Trump. Too many of his supporters refuse to see certain things. Human nature knows no political divide.

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        • litlbit2 says:

          HE will, HE may not speak much. But when HE does speak it will be volumes! This is just starting we all knew this in 2016. The gloves are coming off.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Sessions absence has nothing to do with it.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      It looks to me like the leadership of the resistance has issued the command to their troops: FIRE AT WILL!

      Any closer coordination at this point is likely to be discovered by the administration, and be used as evidence against the leadership in the event conspiracy charges are brought.

      Therefore, expect widespread, locally initiated operations from coast to coast from now until the end.

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      • oldschool says:

        “any closer coordination at this point is likely to be discovered by this administration”. That statement seems to assume, that these operatives have been secretly conducting their activities, off the radar. We have more than enough evidence to show that to be false. Administration knows, they are not acting. Why?

        Let’s not forget LE role in Charlottesville, Berkely, DC, maybe Vegas and how many others? How many shooters has the administration been “watching”?

        Be safe treepers. We are in unchartered waters. As a boomer, my childhood was relatively safe and carefree. My belief system then is totally different now. 4th Turning, no guarantees what comes from the chaos.

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  7. covfefe999 says:

    CBS This Morning is talking about the California shooting and they showed a video clip from last night at some vigil where a community organizer type guy was speaking. These people are like ambulance chasers, quick to rush in and take advantage of grieving near-victims and loved ones of victims to leverage their grief to take away guns.

    I need the GOP to explain why gun ownership is a women’s issue. The ONLY way I can protect myself if someone, a man or a strong woman, breaks into my home, is my handgun. I am not going to be a helpless victim in my own home. Later on I might seek further training and get a concealed carry license so I can protect myself elsewhere but right now protecting myself in my home is utmost important to me. Even a weak guy can pretty easily overpower just about any woman. We are not physically able to defend ourselves without some kind of extra assistance.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “….I need the GOP to explain why gun ownership is a women’s issue…..”

      NO!!!
      Get off the self protection and hunting issues. THAT is where the Left wants the arguement.

      The Second Amendment had ONE REAL PURPOSE to prevent tyrants from taking over our government!

      The true history of gun control – Timeline
      “Throughout the history of the world there have been despots, tyrants, dictators and kings who have imposed their will over those they conquered. After defeating rival armies in battle, many of these rulers went on to lead cruel, ruthless and abusive regimes largely by keeping the subjugated powerless to resist.

      ….. then kept power, by ruling with iron fists over people who were powerless to resist because they did not have the means to do so. In feudal England, British subjects in Scotland, Ireland and elsewhere were forbidden to bear arms, and as such were forced to remain loyal to the crown (until they won their independence by force of arms).

      In more recent times the invention and mass production of the firearm made conquering – and then controlling – entire populations much more difficult, which is why the most heinous despots in the last 150 years have moved to limit or ban access to guns. In our own country, prior to the Revolutionary War, some colonists did own firearms but in the months before, and directly after, the war began King George’s generals implemented gun confiscation policies – a primary driver behind the adoption of the Second Amendment by our founding fathers.…..”

      “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing.” — Adolf Hitler.

      “Political Power grows out of the barrel of a gun” – Mao Zedong

      ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
      1911 Turkey Gun control — from 1915 to 1917 – 1.5 million Arminans killed
      1935 China gun control — from 1948 to 1952 – 20 million killed
      1938 Germany Gun control — from 1935 to 1945 – 20,946,000 murdered.
      1956 Cambodia gun control — from 1975 to 1977 – 1 to 2 million educated people murdered.
      1964 Guatamala Gun Control — from 1964 to 1981 – 100,000 Mayan Indians killed.
      1970 Uganda gun control in — from 1971 to 1979 – 300,000 Christians killed, a total of 2 to 3 million murdered.
      ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
      So Let’s STOP letting the Communists control the conversation and get back to the basics.
      ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
      THEY want gun control because it allows THEM TO CONTROL YOU‼️
      ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️ ☠️

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      • Child of Morning says:

        Excellent post. Not sure about using Mao to bolster the argument.

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      • crabby says:

        Guns are NOT going to protect you from the government. When tanks roll in what is your rifle gonna do? When the army used muskets, we were defendable. When the government got advanced weapons we lost our ability to repel tyrants. No tanks, no planes, no SAW guns. we are toast.

        In the real world civilian guns are for personal protection and hunting. FACT.
        So maybe quit yelling, about gibberish about protect from tyrants. They are already in power.

        Love ya man, but reality is here.

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      • David A says:

        Gail, protection against tyranny is primary, self – defense is also valid, very valid. They are orthogonal.

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    • CornPicker says:

      100% correct, guns stop rape this should be a rallying point for women nationwide, where are the great feminist “take back the night” crowd on this , Hogg said women are to stupid to carry,cant shoot straight ,they shoot like girls and no-one said different

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  8. Mary Brandeberry says:

    The majority of the citizens have ID. because it is needed for driver’s licenses, check cashing, making certain purchases,( cigarettes, liquor and etc.) and passports to name a few. I see nothing wrong in demanding an ID for voting. I think that the need for an ID should be at the Federal Level instead of state. For example, it has been proven that, in some states, non -citizens were given the right to vote and even told what party to vote for. In fact in one state there was a sign on the door to vote democratic which is against the law.

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    • MM says:

      Don’t leave out Food Stamps/Welfare………

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    • Paco Loco says:

      Mexico and many other countries have a uniform National ID that must be presented when voting. Look in your wallet and you’ll find Visa and MasterCard debit/credit cards that you use for secure banking and payment. They are uniformly processed at the point of sale. We can put a man on the moon but we can’t operate a secure voting system that is tamper proof and requires a Real ID to vote. This is a national crisis! The country has to implement a uniform voting process that’s secure and which can tabulate the votes quickly and accurately. This ain’t rocket science.

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    • crabby says:

      I tried to vote. I was not registered – but I was. They wanted an photo ID and a piece of mail.

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  9. covfefe999 says:

    Dems are totally flipping out about Whitaker. How did last night’s riots work out? 🙂

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  10. Vote fraud is happening all the time. Representatives elected by illegals are creating our laws and spent our tax$!
    Broward is just the most blatant.

    Like DWS said.. if they want to cheat they can cheat… easily.
    Totally flawed system and we allow it. When will it end? If not now with P Trump in power.. when?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I think even most red states fight voter ID laws and I wonder how that can happen.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        A lot of idiot Republicans push for biometrics — which gets even some of their most staunch base nervous, and definitely pushes the buttons of libertarians.

        Here’s an idea: show some ID (without biometrics), ink well for your finger, no more mail in votes/early voting, no more day -of voter registration — you’d end a lot of fraud just by those methods.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          Honestly, I feel that the freak out over biometrics is a bit irrelevant (as the day of Big Brother has already arrived and a biometric chip isn’t that big of a deal anymore — you’re behind the times libertarians…they’ve already got you!).
          But…we don’t have to go high tech to stop a lot of voter fraud…what we do lack is the will to do anything about it — and that is on us citizens, as I don’t see anyone pushing for the very low tech money saving ideas I just listed (that have been mentioned by others). You say anything like this, and you get laughed out of the county board meetings…so guess Americans like election cheating, oh well.

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        • Yep! In the danger of repeating myself,.. it’s done EASILY all over the world.
          It’s possibly you will be blown into pieces voting in Iraq or Afghanistan, but at least your vote counts. European parliamentary systems suck but their voting is an easy and straightforward process. It’s almost impossible to commit voter fraud over there.

          Here you can walk into several polling stations across several states voting several times.

          Democrats cry about voter disenfranchisement but how easy would it be to set up voter ID and provide it to every eligible voter? We have something like 50% voter participation with the systems in place. It can’t get any worse. I think some countries have 80%+ regularly and use voter ID.

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          • andrew1979 says:

            remember that time a few months back when jeff flake and his newest best buddy old pal there took that long extended vacation to research how elections work in africa? i guess they either didnt learn anything or they brought back a whole lotnof information regarding the theft of the election and how to deal with the people you stole it from!

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            • Vote Fraud is such a big theme in Africa.. it’s all they care about before an election..
              Having observers from all parties involved in the process is the first thing any party demands! Without that no voting happens or the party excluded will boycott it.

              Africans wouldn’t take this sh*t we take in our elections.

              Once they agree in Africa to have observers from all parties involved THEY HAVE MORE LEGITIMATE ELECTIONS than we have!

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        • Somebody says:

          There has to be some means of mail in ballots for absentee. I refuse to disenfranchise our military. There are other Americans that travel on business or elderly that simply can’t stand in line, etc.

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          • andrew1979 says:

            we are all already disenfranchised. absentee ballots were the very early stages of preparing us for more and more. i feel for the shut ins and what not, and the military, but we are so far past dear old patriotic grandma with a broken hip or young patriotic soldier who loves the countey so much he needs to vote from halfway around the world for a local election…its way past that now. and not to mention, if people had not noticed there has been issues with military votes since at least the 2000 election and every year since then the other types of voting have been getting less and less reliable.

            first things have to get cleaned up and tightened down, then we can talk again about working on the “convenient” voting methods.

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          • Agree and it should be possible for the military.
            But also consider that elections are called by CNN all the time without any military ballot even opened.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Not all—–NC legislature went around our Dem Gov AND the courts by adding Voter ID to the State Constitution as an amendment and then asking voters to confirm. 2/3rds voted YES last week !!

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  11. G. Combs says:

    joeknuckles says:
    “Suggestion for improving White House press conferences:

    Have AAG Whittaker retrieve the microphone from belligerent reporters. He can just rip their freaking arm off if they don’t want to give it up.”
    >>>>

    Joe I have a better suggestion send this veteran and the Soyboy Urnialist won’t know what hit them!

    I met a republican school board member who is a veteran of Iran and Afghanistan. I do not think she makes it to four foot ten BUT she has shoulders and arms like AAG Whittaker and the mouth and wits of a Donald Trump. I watched her tear into a SJW mewling about illegal women and babies… WOW! She lived all over South America and KNOWS her stuff COLD.

    The nice Democrat lady had to Stomp on the SJW before she made more of a fool of herself in front of incoming voters.

    (Gunny, I think she was a marine.)

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  12. Mr Spock says:

    I couldn’t buy a little box of sudafed for my cold the other day without showing a govt issued ID and signing a sheet with address, phone, etc. On Tuesday I could vote by just verbally stating my name and address. Anyone who knows my name and address could have easily voted for me. Pretty scary.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Of course, you show an ID you get your little box of sudafed. Now with just your name and address your vote may or may not be counted or stuffed in a box for later use.

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  13. railer says:

    The Left steals votes. This isn’t anything new. It’s infuriating, but it’s known. The RINOs all went for McCains, Bushes, Rubios et al in states that continue to steal votes like it’s their job, so no sense whimpering about it now. You can fight it today as best you can, but since we ceded the ground on this years ago via all those RINO votes we cast, we’re going to have to accept today that the Left will continue to steal votes because we’ve allowed them to do so.

    I see the Left eating each other now. They may have paid for the zealots pre-election, but they won’t be able to control them post-election. Trump knows this, and although he made a strong move removing Sessions, I don’t expect him to change course significantly. His moves will be right down the MAGA middle. This forces the Left to choose and compromise, and the lefty zealots are not about that. Apart from his MAGA supporters, the zealots are Trump’s greatest ally right now.

    44 incumbent R’s retired prior to this election. Somebody should go down the list and I bet you can’t find more than a small handful that are anything more than RINO hacks. My guy in Michigan CD-11 was a waste of oxygen. He was literally the poster child for all that is wrong with our federal government. He took office illegitimately, in running a primary against an incumbent conservative who Boehner hated and for whom Boehner paid to destroy. They funneled millions of Swamp cash into that primary to destroy a conservative, then 2 terms later vacated the seat to turn it over to the Left. The Swamp’s enemy was that conservative congressman, not the Left.

    Trump seemed to relish the election outcome the other day. I think he knows the Swamp rigged this election to lose it, but that that is a necessary step in the process. Now he has a foil, and doesn’t always have to stand by his nominal “friends”. A triangulation strategy better suits him.

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  14. So what is the current status of the previously launched voter fraud investigation?
    /s

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  15. Pat Frederick says:

    waiting for all the civility to return, you know, now that Dems have the House…

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Hahaha

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    • Speaking of which, Madam Hillary has been quiet the last few days.

      Perhaps AAG Whittaker has he concerned that she may finally be held to account.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        She’s getting her transfusions so she can survive the upcoming tour with Bubba. The first apearance was supposed to be Nov 18, according to what I’m reading, but it looks like maybe some were cancelled and now the first is Nov 27? In CANADA even, not in the US. lol And these grifters are SELLING tickets.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Nov. 18 – Las Vegas – Park Theater
          Nov. 27 – Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
          Nov. 28 – Montreal – Bell Centre
          Dec. 4 – Sugar Land, Texas – Smart Financial Center
          April 11, 2019 – New York – Beacon Theatre
          April 12, 2019 – Detroit – Fox Theatre
          April 13, 2019 – Philadelphia – The Met
          April 26, 2019 – Wallingford, Conn. – Toyota Oakdale Theatre
          April 27, 2019 – Washington, D.C. – DAR Constitutional Hall
          April 30, 2019 – Boston – Opera House
          May 2, 2019 – Vancouver, B.C. – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
          May 3, 2019 – Seattle – WaMu Theater
          May 4, 2019 – Los Angeles – The Forum ‘

          I think that first one was cancelled. Can’t find any info about it now. Weird. Of the remaining twelve, three are in Canada. lol

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        • LeastInterestingManInTheWorld says:

          Nov 18th……Steamboat Willy’s (Mickey Mouse) 90th Birthday. Coincidence?

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      • Zorro says:

        New boss Whittaker same as the old boss….

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    • MS Idaho says:

      why … why … dims were never uncivil /s belly laugh

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  16. Harleyd says:

    You can file the Kris Kobach led Voter Fraud Commission and the subsequent DHS crusade against voter fraud in the “broken promises” file that includes “trust Sessions”, “60,000 sealed indictments”, “GITMO is ready to go”, “IG reports matter”, etc.

    So much for Qanon. Looking more and more like misdirection designed to keep the conservative masses lulled to sleep thinking something good was really going to happen.

    There is Democrat voter fraud everywhere. Most major Democrat voting centers were smart enough to mix their fraudulent votes in with the legitimate votes, so absent a mandatory recount, the results stand and the fraud is invisible. FL/AZ weren’t that smart. They had to manufacture votes after the vote counting period, thus shining a spotlight on the obvious criminality.

    We had a past situation in Connecticut, where I live, in which boxes and boxes of ballots were found in car trunks and other places that just happened to turn an election. What a surprise.

    It shouldn’t have been that hard to set up a multi area sting to “out” this fraud. Once again, quiet, conservative Patriots were not only let down but were deliberately lied to.

    As the song says, “When will we ever learn?”

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  17. jack says:

    So the defeat of the House will be turned into a PLUS by Trump!

    The next 2 years Trump will say at Rally’s and other places … that the first 2 years Trump was able to accomplish a lot because the Senate and House worked together with Trump , then American’s put Dems in charge of the House, and they are holding up making America Great Again, and they must give Trump both Houses in 2020, so he can continue to improve our Country.

    Trump can “really, really, blame the Dems in the House for 2 years. It’s going to be marvelous to see Trump take a wreaking ball the the Dems in the House!

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    • Which will only work if we have good candidates ready to take the seats back. Cause Dems totally outplayed us there.

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    • “THE house worked with Trump”
      Seriousely?

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    • Zorro says:

      Trump is not going to have the Senate. 2 stolen seats plus McCain-Flake 2.0 plus Collins, Murkowski.

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        • Zorro says:

          I’m going with reality. I’m also sitting here in a conservative suburb that now has a socialist, who is also an ignoramus. as my new state assembly person.

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          • wyntre says:

            You must mean Delgado.

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          • Ken says:

            I am going with reality, too.

            Trump is an amazing leader and he is doing his best to stem the flow of socialism into our country, both literally (illegal entry) and figuratively (ideas and thoughts which are spoon fed daily into our children’s minds at school and our neighbors and friends via the dominant left MSM talk shows, “news”/propaganda and Hollywood).

            But, it is becoming apparent to me that he is not winning this war. He’s a fighter and never gives up. This is great! But, he’s one guy trying to hold the Titanic against sinking, IMO.

            The reality that I see? Here is the evidence:

            1. Sinema over McSally in Arizona? Incredulous to me. Defies logic in so many ways. McSally = military, moderate to conservative, great speaker, accomplished, beautiful. Sinema = anti-American activist, anti-US military, anti-Arizona and anti-stay at home mom. So many video quotes of her being stupid, it’s not even funny. Yet, with a little help from those in charge of the ballets, she looks to have a good chance of winning this.

            2. Similar stories to the above in FL, TX, Georgia, Montana… just change the names. Just the fact that millions upon millions are voting for folks that openly and proudly advocate the destruction of capitalism, of our sovereignty (open borders) and of our Constitution and Bill of Rights is mind boggling to me.

            3. The media, including Fox. All majors either left wing owned or full globalist. Once control of the narrative to the people is gained, it’s over. Alinsky 101.

            4. The social media giants. Same as point #3 above. Alinsky 101.

            5. Academia. Same as points 3-4. Here in affluent west Houston (TX-7), my high school aged daughter was taught how Lizzy Fletcher is the path forward And knew everything about her. When I asked my daughter what she thought about the incumbent Culberson (R), she said, “Who?” Lizzy Fletcher just won.

            6. I saw an article that shows how Republican margin of victories across the nation have consistently gotten smaller since 1980. California led the decline and since going blue years ago is unlikely to flip back. Texas and Florida seem to be next. If either of those go blue, wow.

            7. Judicial. All it takes is one judge to stop an EO for a year or two. The left uses this tactic all the time. The right doesn’t have the will to stop this from occurring.

            8. Illegal entry of our country. We cannot stop it. Even with a wall. Until we, as a country, are willing to support our border control to use live bullets, the border will continue to be open and the left will continue to protect illegals in return for their votes. The irony is that, years from now when we are fully under an authoritarian socialist dictatorship, live bullets WILL be used. Except they be used to prevent us from leaving…

            9. The bulk of the rest of the world. The EU, China, UK, Canada all want the US to topple into an inefficient organization. They are doing everything that they can to fight Trump and support leftists in the US. Our loss is their gain.

            10. Our own intel agencies. Trump has had 2years to reform these corrupt institutions. He’s made gains by firing a lot of the top, but it seems that corrupt or ineffective replacements haven’t done any better. Running out of time. DOJ has all but ignored the rot from within and it seems to me that no one will pay any serious price for using the power of the US gov against our citizens illegally nor will any real measures be put into place to prevent it from happening again.

            I am not advocating that anyone give up or stop trying. But, I do believe that the writing is on the wall. I believe one of three things will happen within the next decade:

            1. The Democrats take over completely. Both our economic and government systems are significantly rewritten, certain rights go away and progressive taxation become extreme while the people go along with it willingly.

            2. There is a violent civil war. Ending unpredictable as it will be likely that foreign powers take advantage of the situation and both make land grabs (Hawaii, Alaska) as well as support the lefties here on the main land. California, with the support of another country) could split into its own country during this time.

            3. Trump lives up to the “evil” image that the left has been claiming now for two years in that he declares martial law and becomes a dictator himself. Hopefully one that cleans out the left and resets America back on the path.

            All three futures suck. Just my thoughts on reality. And I consider myself an optimist…

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    • thedoc00 says:

      It only works if McConnell and senate cooperate with the president on more issues than Judges, whom the Republicans need to survive after President Trump (which is the only reason for cooperation on that front).

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  18. ForEyes says:

    Put video cameras in every voting location, and admin office.

    More to put everyone on notice

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  19. Will says:

    OT, but prayers needed for the Northern CA community of Paradise, California. Wildfires have just about destroyed the entire town. Pics available here:

    https://www.sfgate.com/news/us/article/Evacuations-ordered-as-wildfire-spreads-in-rural-13374716.php#photo-16474976

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    • Pegm says:

      This is terrible! Prayers for our fellow Californians. The smoke from this fire started to come in around 1030 yesterday. My husband and I drove to Ukiah over the mountains, the smoke was so dense above us it literally blocked out the sun. It was like driving at night at 1100 in the morning! We knew this fire was bad just from the smoke cover. We had 549,000 acres burn around us this summer so when the smoke came in, the town got very hushed and subdued. Very eerie. Prayers for all fire victims and fire fighters! Dear God have mercy!

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  20. Blind no longer says:

    For any GA voters here, I am asking you to email Fox News and Bernie Sanders today! Juan Williams owes us an apology in GA. He called us all racist in GA because we didn’t vote for Stacy Abrams. Bernie Sanders said the same thing. I am telling you now is the time to STAND UP and PUSH BACK or be overtaken. Fox demanded Hannity apologize to his co-workers, well I demand an apology from Faux Fox News for allowing Juan to say I didn’t vote for Stacy Abrams because of her skin color. Hell no I didn’t vote her, but it was because of her socialist/communists policies, I could care less if she’s purple poke a pink skin colored!!! I’ve had enough of this sh*t!!!

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    • Better yet, just turn off Fox news.

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      • MM says:

        Some just can’t seem to do just that……..

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        • Blind no longer says:

          I understand what yall are saying, but I will continue to watch Hannity, Tucker and Laura. If we continue to allow them to say whatever they want and never respond, then they frame to narrative again. I chose to not allow that anymore. It’s my only way to fight back..except with my vote, and apparently that doesn’t really count either by the looks of what is going on in FLA.

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          • SandraOpines says:

            How much “analysis” do you really need??? What could you possibly gain by watching them tell you how to think???

            My TV is OFF permanently! I have POTUS Trump, Treehouse and Jay Sekulow. That is all I need. Hubby listens to Rush and gives me Cliff Notes.

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      • Summer says:

        That’s not the point, though. If someone repeatedly calls you racist in front of a crowd and you are not a part of that crowd, would you demand an apology? Yes! If you don’t read the NYT and they printed false info about you, would you demand an apology? Yes!

        If the roles were reversed, the left would scream, contact advertisers and force an apology no matter whether the perceived offense is real or imaginary.

        Case in point: Laura Ingraham.

        Also, Megan Kelly lost her gig over some nonsense recently.

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    • Zorro says:

      So Juan, were the people who didn’t vote for John James racist?

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    • MM says:

      Racist is losing it steams because it’s been over used….
      I could car less what somebody calls me…
      Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me…….
      Ignore them……….

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  21. BHliberty says:

    And once again we have Broward County playing hanky-panky with ballots! Apparently Arizona has learned from them! And if the Dem Senator is the winner I’m supposed to believe she is our legitimate senator? Likewise, I’m sure the Democrats think the Rep Senator is legitimate? So then what ensues is distrust among constituents. It’s a never ending cycle! I’m sick of it! What to do, what to do!

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  22. northwoodswatcher says:

    Here are some thoughts about dealing with antifa and the other communist subgroups as well as with the leadership at local, state, and federal levels, including in the U.S. Congress.

    (2) First, there is the tool of martial law. Martial law has been imposed by local officials in limited situations, primarily disasters such as the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire in 1907. At the federal level certainly Lincoln used it.

    Lincoln took broad strokes in suspending the writ of habeas corpus. Habeas corpus may be suspended in time of rebellion. AND when normal police agencies are INADEQUATE to an emergency (riots, firing on militia, arson, etc.), martial law is perfectly in order.

    Keep in mind that the U.S. Constitution permits the suspension of the writ in “cases of rebellion and when the public safety” requires it. But it is unclear who has the power — Congress or the President.

    Lincoln termed these actions not the declaration of “civil war,” but rather the SUPPRESSION OF REBELLION. We all know that only Congress is constitutionally empowered to declare war, but suppression of rebellion has been recognized as an executive function — for which the prerogative of setting aside civil procedures has been placed in the PRESIDENT’S hands.

    During wars or during foreign invasion it is difficult to conduct normal judicial activities. For example, one of the classes of people for whom Lincoln suspended habeas corpus was Confederate POWs. Had this not occurred every captured Confederate soldier would have had the right to have a judge review if they should be held.

    In the words of historian James G. Randall: “No president has carried the power of presidential edict and executive order (independently of Congress) so far as [Lincoln] did…. It would not be easy to state what Lincoln conceived to be the limit of his powers.

    Washington led the army to put down the Whiskey Rebellion. Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson declared martial law several times during the Civil Rights unrest. George W. Bush suspended the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in 2006 for any non-citizen determined by the U.S. to be an enemy combatant on American soil.

    In 1942, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Ex parte Quirin, a case in which prisoners detained for trial by military commission appealed a denial of their motions for writ of habeas corpus. The Supreme Court held that “military tribunals are not courts in the sense of the Judiciary Article [of the Constitution].” Rather, they are the military’s administrative bodies to determine the guilt of declared enemies, and pass judgment.

    Martial Law and laws about military government during the Civil War and earlier times were not the same as they are now. The Posse Comitatus Act has since clarified some of what’s kosher and what isn’t.

    (2) Yet another arrow in the President’s quiver is the Communist Control Act (68 Stat. 775, 50 U.S.C. 841-844), which President Dwight Eisenhower signed into law in 1954. It OUTLAWS the Communist Party of the United States. It criminalizes membership in, or support for the Party or “Communist-action” organizations. It defines evidence to be considered by a jury in determining participation in the activities, planning, actions, objectives, or purposes of such organizations.

    The Communist Control Act was originally proposed as an amendment to the Internal Security Act of 1950, which had sought to combat the spread of communism. In its second section, the CCA of 1954 defined the American Communist Party as an “agency of a hostile foreign power.” The party was described as “an instrumentality of a conspiracy to overthrow the government,” and as a “clear, present, and continuing danger to the security of the United States.”

    In 1961, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the act did not bar the party from participating in New York’s unemployment insurance system (Communist Party v. Catherwood).

    But the U.S. Supreme Court HAS NOT YET RULED on the act’s constitutionality. Of course, that’s because no administration has tried to enforce it. But the provisions of the act outlawing the party have not been repealed. It is still on the books.

    (3) Has anyone thought that the President could use the U.S. Marshals Service to track down and corral members of antifa and similar communist groups, including their leaders? The marshals could conceivably be pressed into service given the corruption of the FBI as well as the problems in localities like Portland, Ore., and Berkeley, Calif., where local police have been ordered to stand down during commission of crimes by communist mobs.

    The U.S. Marshals Service, a division of the Justice Department, is the oldest federal law enforcement agency, having served as a link between the executive and judicial branches of the government since 1789. The President appoints U.S. marshals for terms of four years. The Senate must confirm the appointments, but the President has the power to remove marshals before the expiration of their terms.

    The U.S. marshals are the chief law officers of the federal courts. A marshal is appointed for each of the 94 federal judicial districts in the United States. The U.S. Attorney General designates the marshal’s office location in each district. The marshals direct the activities of approximately 4,000 officers and personnel stationed at more than 350 locations throughout the U.S. and its territories.

    Immediately after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, deputy U.S. Marshals began assisting search and rescue efforts at the World Trade Center and at the Pentagon. Within 48 hours, the marshals coordinated many aspects of the U.S. response to the attacks from protecting airports to locating and apprehending potential suspects. In 2003 the U.S. Marshals Service continued to be involved in the government’s continuing war on terror in addition to carrying out the agency’s regular duties.

    (4) Finally, I believe that the only tool that will communicate the seriousness of the federal government’s intent to restore law and order in the U.S. is the death sentence. The death sentence is particularly needed to combat treason. Over the past half century, however, during which the American public has continued to be feminized, we have become squeamish when it comes to the death sentence. It is a marvelous deterrent, however, and has the clear advantage of preventing the perp from ever committing another crime.

    To condition the American public to accepting the death sentence I suggest that illegal combatants, i.e., stark raving evil terrorists, captured and “detained” at Gitmo be executed — after we have secured all of the information we can from them. When I say execute, I mean to hang each and every one of them. We ought not to have built a country club for radical islamic terrorists. Rather, we should have from day one been trying them in military tribunals — just as we did with the Long Island saboteurs caught during World War II and which FDR directed be tried and fried. Just because we haven’t been following this model does not mean that the President cannot correct it.

    Once we have executed all of the “detainees” at Gitmo, we ought to restore treason trials to the American judiciary. It has been a long time since we did the right thing with the Rosenbergs. We need to reinstitute this process and show that we mean business by restoring electrocution, or my preference, hanging, for traitors. George Washington and all of the patriots to whom we owe our Republic would heartily approve.

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    • Cernovich is on twitter saying he’s going to use the SPLC playbook against Antifa and sue them for discovery of their finances and organization.

      He’s a moron, of course, braying about this on twitter and giving them months to dispose of incriminating evidence.

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      • oldschool says:

        I have little hope left of shutting down Anifa. They are terrorizing at will. We don’t even address their public crimes, let alone their network.

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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  24. Howie says:

    They will get away with the fraud cause Republicans do not fight back. Scott could have done something about this in the last 4 years but he and the Republican controlled House and Senate, along with Bondi, sat on their thumbs. Now we get stuck with the Florida Spaceman, Taxhappy Commie Black Panther, and 3 new leftie Fla Sup Ct majorities. What a FAIL.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

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  26. Howie says:

    Provisional Ballots are being mixed in with real ballots. This should be the death penalty.

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  27. tvollrath66 says:

    I am praying they dont steal the election down here in Florida. I dont want sanctuary cities. It’s bad enough as it is. Property value will probably go down. Taxes up. Horrible.

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  28. JoD says:

    Stuffing the ballot box.
    I am not in Broward, but in my Florida county, after you produce ID and it’s verified, the poll worker tears a ballot sheet or sheets off a large pad. To my knowledge, once you are provided a ballot off the pad, your name is not physically tied to that piece of paper. The system relies on identification procedures being followed BEFORE the ballot is issued. The machine scanner will scan whatever is inserted. The scanner assumes that the ballot was lawfully issued.
    I actually do have a point….
    In theory, if I’m the Supervisor of Elections, I have lots of ballot pads. I can fill them out to achieve any desired outcome and have my carefully selected, like minded team of poll workers feed them into the scanner all day or all night long with impunity.
    That said, the numbers have to be calculated carefully. This procedure will only work if the number of “created” votes needed to change the outcome doesn’t exceed the number of registered voters.
    What’s that Magic Number? Ask Brenda, she probably had it tatooed to her …..

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    • Piper says:

      THIS!
      Where are all our red-blooded patriots?
      I am just a stupid woman.
      We need a fearless citizen, the like of President Trump to rally up the possie,
      PLEASE, anyone…anyone…?

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  29. G3 says:

    One of the people that was killed at the California County Bar was survived the Las Vegas Route 91 Country shooting. Yesterday, it was reported on Fox’s Shep Show, a group of survivors meet weekly at this California bar. Wonder if the shooter was in Las Vegas at the time of the Route 91 concert.

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  30. litlbit2 says:

    This is good. Citizens should also require their state to also investigate each county that controls to the state vote. A few controlling many, kinda sounds like the past?

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  31. youme says:

    Let the looting begin…

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  32. Troublemaker10 says:

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  33. Ivehadit says:

    Does Brenda rule Florida or does the rule of law?
    Why are ANY ballots coming in after the cutoff being allowed to count? The law is VERY clear.

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    • Mr Spock says:

      Based on ‘lil Marco’s Tweet above Brenda Snipes should’ve been in handcuffs Tuesday evening but here we are.

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    • Dave says:

      “Why are ANY ballots coming in after the cutoff being allowed to count?”

      I suspect the law can say, “ballots must be uploaded and reported by …”, but unless it provides for not counting the ballots past the deadline, they must still be counted, unless one can convince the courts to throw them out, which seems unlikely.

      Basically, the law setting a deadline without specifying the consequences for missing it is not effective at enforcing the deadline with renegade local authorities.

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      • Dave says:

        Now, not counting by the deadline is one thing, but manufacturing ballots, if that’s what’s been happening, is quite another. Hopefully, with all the attention, no new ones are being manufactured. And, hopefully, the ones that may have been won’t be enough to flip the outcome. Hopefully …

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  34. webgirlpdx says:

    It’s hunting season out here in Oregon and yesterday I had a conversation with a nice young man. He was wearing an NRA sweatshirt and I casually asked him if he was a hunter. He said: “No, I’m Vegan but I wear this to support the NRA”. Color me very pleasantly surprised.

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  35. wyntre says:

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  36. Red Tsunami! says:

    TracyBeanz posts info on Whitaker and why the left fear him. Also exposes Napalitono for the fraud he is. On the FBN shows I watch, I mute Nap, as he spins the law to his masters’ likings. I do feel better after the read:

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1060629926901178368.html

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  37. henry says:

    The heroine of the revolution speaks….NY truly deserves her

    http://www.theamericanmirror.com/ocasio-cortez-complains-about-not-getting-congressional-paycheck-yet-how-do-i-get-an-apartment/

    “I have three months without a salary before I’m a member of Congress, so how do I get an apartment?” Ocasio-Cortez said. “Those little things are very real.”

    Ocasio-Cortez said she and her “partner” have been saving money since her days as a bartender in New York, but decried that it wasn’t enough to get her an apartment in D.C.

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    • Zorro says:

      Don’t they give you keys to an apartment or condo at the inauguration?

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    • Blind no longer says:

      I’m sure George Soros or Bernie Sanders will be glad to help you out honey.

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    • Aww, I guess there’s no more k-street gravy train anymore with Trump in charge. So you gotta make do between jobs just like us lowly proles. So sorry to say.

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    • Lulu says:

      Well she can sleep in her office lots of not rich House members do that. They also rent apartments with other representatives. Kasich did it for years.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      A lot of new R’s have been interviewed on their first day in the past…. and they solve the problem by putting a cot in their office.

      Or maybe she thought she would get a palace assigned to her as soon as she won the election?

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      • listingstarboard says:

        I don’t believe her for a minute. How did she afford to galavant all over the country then? She was funded heavily by the Soros machine is my guess–and am sure she can afford an apartment. She is just trying to endear herself to the “poor and struggling”

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  38. wyntre says:

    Trump Schedule || Friday, November 9, 2018

    Posted on November 8, 2018, 11:34 pm by Keith Koffler

    9:00 am || With the first lady, departs the White House

    3:50 pm || Arrives Paris, France

    All times Eastern. Time in Paris is six hours ahead of U.S. Eastern

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

    It has been proven by two different digital forensics experts that the video Sarah Sanders posted on Twitter was not doctored. Kimmel owes Sarah an apology.

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  40. youme says:

    Scrapping the Per-Country Cap Helps the Companies that Shun U.S. Tech Workers

    https://cis.org/Vaughan/Scrapping-PerCountry-Cap-Helps-Companies-Shun-US-Tech-Workers

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  41. wyntre says:

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  44. youme says:

    9th Circuit Appeals court says Trump administration can’t end DACA.

    https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/ninth-circuit-rules-against-trump-administration-on-daca

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    • 4EDouglas says:

      See my above post on the pipeline..
      Stomped in the dirt..

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    • 9th circus is irrelevant now, DACA will finally die @ SCOTUS

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    • youme says:

      When the courts review Trump’s new regulations regarding seeking asylum, the court will take an opposite view regarding his authority then their view in upholding DACA.

      They are masters of spin.

      “Writing for the Ninth Circuit panel, U.S. Circuit Judge Kim Wardlaw found the Trump administration based its decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on a faulty legal premise: that the program was enacted illegally from the start.

      The panel concluded prioritizing the enforcement of immigration laws, including through a wide-scale program like DACA, is well within the power of the executive branch.

      “The reality is (and always has been) that the executive agencies charged with immigration enforcement do not have the resources required to deport every single person present in this country without authorization,” Wardlaw wrote in the 99-page opinion.”

      https://www.courthousenews.com/ninth-circuit-upholds-block-on-dismantling-daca/

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  45. This guy sees it just about as I see it.

    The Mid-Terms Were All About Trump
    https://tomluongo.me/2018/11/09/the-mid-terms-were-all-about-trump/

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  46. Never Trumpers are feeling emboldened these recent days. They see an opportunity to grind the electorate down and create voter fatigue so a globalist candidate can step in.

    The globalists want a Mitt Romney type in the WH. These kinds of negative spin on events will only ramp up as we approach 2020.

    It can be hard to stay cheery and optimistic about things, but we must (but always with cold anger in our mindset).

    My 2-cents.

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  47. youme says:

    On Whitaker appointment

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