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

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  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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  3. wyntre says:

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  4. litenmaus says:

    On a lighter note….Ocasio-Cortez, the newly elected Representative from NY who wants to give Americans ‘free everything’ was busy “squirreling” away money with her “partner” to tide her over until she is sworn in, but she is lamenting not receiving a Congressional salary until January and her biggest concern right now is figuring out how ever will she find an apartment.

    I’m guessing no one told her she gets to keep campaign monies….oh wait, she’s a prog….bet she spent every dime of election money on her new four thousand dollar outfits.

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I think it’s her way of luring her sycophants into starting a GoFraudMe acct so that individuals can give their hard earned bucks for her upkeep and then other groups can launder contributions through the acct.

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      • litenmaus says:

        Unfortunately Molly, I had the same thought. However, if GoFraudMe doesn’t come thru, maybe Jason Chaffetz will let her know that he slept on the couch in his office…..splodey head alert.

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        • Molly Pitcher says:

          lol…yep, !
          One thing I have learned in my somewhat new venture into political stuff….nothing that they say is for info sake…there’s always another message..hers is give-me

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          • litenmaus says:

            It is going to be interesting to watch this little bimbo. I can’t imagine that the Black Caucus will accept her with open arms & I can’t imagine that the hoi-polio of Pelosi’s camp will welcome her so it is going to be interesting to see how the Dem party manipulates her.

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  5. wyntre says:

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  7. WSB says:

    PT is on the Warpath at the Chopperpresser just now. Said he will never forgive Zero for depleting our military. And he would talk about other things soon.

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  8. Rod Rosenstein’s wife, Lisa Barsoomian, is Deep State’s SES lawyer on-call for Clintons, CIA, and FBI.

    Lisa Barsoomian works for the Senior Executive Service (SES) in the CIA Office of General Counsel (OGC).

    As a federal government attorney, she has represented the CIA, FBI, Robert Mueller, Hillary Clinton, President Bill Clinton, President Barack Obama, James Comey, and other federal agencies multiple times.

    Her work email may say National Institute of Health (NIH) or Health and Human Services (HHS). The NIH is part of HHS.

    However, in the NIH-HHS’ listing of personnel in their Office of General Counsel, Mrs. Rosenstein is nowhere to be found.

    The Office of General Counsel (OGC) is a position unique to the CIA. So unique in fact, that it is a separate entity from the CIA.

    This means Mrs. Rosenstein holds a position between a cabinet post and the other agency hires.

    Unlike cabinet posts, SES (Senior Executive Service) hires are exempt from termination and Congressional confirmation. They are also unelected and unaccountable.

    The Deep State created the Senior Executive Service to create a permanent bureaucracy.

    Mrs. Rosenstein’s official job title in the Office of General Counsel (OGC) is “Managing or Operating Manager”.

    In the CIA, the Office of General Counsel “has more than 100 attorneys, who are involved in providing counsel on a wide range of CIA activities, such as clandestine collection, counterintelligence, covert action, counterterrorism, counterproliferation, counternarcotics.”

    “The CIA Office of General Counsel (OGC) is an independent office of the CIA that is headed by the General Counsel and assists the General Counsel in carrying out his statutory and other responsibilities.

    “On behalf of the General Counsel, OGC provides legal advice and guidance to the Agency and to the Director of the CIA. OGC is responsible for advising the Director on all legal matters relating to his statutory responsibilities and his role as head of the CIA. OGC also provides advice and guidance to those officers and employees within the CIA who have specific responsibility for the conduct of US intelligence activities.”

    Where did they first meet?

    On opposite sides of the table during the impeachment proceedings of President Bill Clinton.

    Husband, Rod Rosenstein was on Ken Starr’s team with Brett Kavanaugh. They were in charge of investigating the impeachment of Clinton.

    Wife, Lisa Barsoomian was on the legal team defending President Clinton.

    A spouse is exempt from testifying against their spouse.

    Both are proteges of Robert Mueller and James Comey, former Directors of the FBI.

    https://brassballs.blog/home/rod-rosensteins-wife-lisa-barsoomian-is-justice-department-ses-lawyer-on-call-for-deep-state-multiple-presidents-and-federal-agencies-senior-executive-service

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    • Sentient says:

      That provides a great answer for the president to use:
      “Mr. President, standard protocol would have been for the Deputy AG to take over after the resignation of AG Sessions. Why did you deviate from that?”

      “I was advised that, given the Deputy AG’s spouse’s history of employment, the Deputy AG might have been perceived as having a conflict of interest, and we wanted to avoid even any possible appearance of impropriety.”

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      • trapper says:

        “Why did you deviate from that?”
        Because I can. As president I have Article 2 power to make recess appointments as I choose, and the constitution requires no justification or explanation.

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    • MR52 says:

      If you want to do some interesting searching Data Universe has some interesting stuff.

      http://php.app.com/agent/

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  9. G. Combs says:

    HMMMMmmm…
    AAG Whitaker was brought in to work with Sessions as Chief of Staff in September of 2017….

    Starting at the end of October 2017 sealed indictments were being churned out….

    Maybe it is AAG Whitaker, a person without the recusal baggage who will be opening and prosecuting some of those sealed indictments.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>

    Sessions sets them up and AAG Whitaker knocks them out of the park. When he is finished a THIRD PERMANENT AG is installed.

    Typical use of a corporate gunslinger. Do the dirty work and then leave.

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    • WSB says:

      Thinking the same. That would be very very stealth.

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    • beach lover says:

      I’m liking this guy the more I read about him. If you follow Tracey Beanz on Twitter. she has a long thread on him and what he has been doing the last few years.

      Hopefully someone will post it here.

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    • Sentient says:

      Then why would Sessions start off his resignation letter with “at your request” – a tactic that could lead to the conclusion that he was fired, which – as I understand it – would preclude the president appointing a temporary replacement?

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      • G. Combs says:

        Sessions ALREADY offered his resignation in May 2017 and it was public.

        “….One person close to Sessions said he has no interest in resigning, although he previously offered to do so in late May, following several outbursts by Trump over his recusal.

        While the resignation attempt was previously reported, this person told POLITICO that Trump had demanded that Sessions submit a resignation letter. By the time Sessions did so the following day, Trump had cooled down and rejected the offer…..” https://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/20/sessions-not-resigning-but-gets-trumps-message-240774

        So Trump rejected Sessions resignation in July but accepted it now. That makes it tough to say Sessions was ‘Fired’ like Comey was. Also I very much doubt Sessions would come out and say he was ‘Fired’

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      • smartyjones1 says:

        Who gave you that misunderstanding President Trump can’t appoint an Acting AG?
        Would it be the DNC Media or their moron brethren on Twatter?

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    • need24give says:

      Hey, why are you talking about sealed indictments and all the Q malarkey? /sarc

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    • G. Combs…For a Friday…Hitting the Nail on the head…OUTSTANDING!!! I always thought that AFTER AG Sessions gave PDJT HIS RESIGNATION LETTER BEFORE THE ELECTION that I went..HMMMMM???? NOW, we know. AND AAG Whitaker is not someone to be trifled with. I can see now that Mueller is going to come into some rough seas. PDJT WANTS the mess cleaned it, and so it shall be done!!!! AND BE QUICK ABOUT IT!!!

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    • davidb says:

      @ combs….You are assuming “sealed indictments being churned out”, without any proof. Are we all back to 3d chess again? The score so far is Howie:1 everyone else:0

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      • oldschool says:

        Right on davidb, except for the “everyone else” part. There are some who dared to challenge this silliness and were called names and/or run out of the trees. My favorite treeper, Paulraven, is MIA. IMO, most intelligent mind here.

        SD has posted several threads on letting go of these ridiculous “theories”.

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    • lurker2 says:

      I hate to dislike Sessions so G. Combs I hope you are right.

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    • trapper says:

      There is nothing and was nothing “stealth” about Sessions. If there were, he would still be there. He went native when he arrived at DOJ and had to be replaced.

      Oh, and don’t expect to see a bunch of stuff right out of the gate from Whitaker. I would expect him to talk to Mueller, draw a line around his investigative authority that limits him to Russia, and to give him a short deadline for a final report. Beyond that, it’s political and Trump is in charge. NO more “independent” AG or DOJ.

      Trump made it crystal clear in his long presser the other day that he is holding it all close to see how crazy a Democrat Congress gets. The worse they get, the more he releases, and “I know more than they do.” Some obvious ones will take a fall, like McCabe who really has no way out at this point. But as for others, probably including Rosey, it’s more important to get America back on track with an America-first foreign policy and trade, the rebuilding of the Main Street manufacturing economy, and border security and immigration, than to spend all our energy making sure all the ends come out even with every single one of the Obama/Clinton scoundrels.

      Keep focused. Forward. Always forward. Full speed ahead. Attack attack attack. No time to clean up after ourselves after we take the hill. Don’t be distracted by all the squirrels to bark at that they keep tossing in front of us. I’ve run out of clichés, but you get the picture.

      By the way, did you see Trump’s response to Michelle Obama today? Go ahead. Slap me again. Each time you take a slap at me I will wallop your husband up side the head. Go ahead. Do it again. I’ll knock him into next week. Hah!!

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      • trapper says:

        By the way, Michelle don’t care. She’ll keep running her mouth, and he’ll keep taking the hits. Poor Barack. He has to live with that ….. Hahahahahahaha

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      • Judith says:

        Playing devil’s advocate here.. “there was nothing ‘stealth’ about Sessions. If there were he would still be here.”

        Au contrere.

        Sessions had to recuse himself. There was no question about it. Could that recusal have provided cover to others in DOJ, like Whitaker, who can do all the dirty work outside of the *spotlight?*

        Absolutely! Why not?

        Meanwhile, Sessions does what he must about gangs, drugs and deportations. He leaves an open-ended resignation. And when POTUS decides to accept it, the DOJ is ready and in full swing to pounce on the swamp.

        Q or no, why is this a far-fetched theory? Maybe POTUS needed to preoccupy the swamp and he used Sessions as a foil.

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  10. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liberal anti-Trump men sure are violent.

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  11. youme says:

    This guy makes a good point. The present Florida governor promised state oversight of Broward’s election process, when a judge found that ballots were illegally destroyed, but he never delivered.

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  12. jambo says:

    The President Trump ‘chopperpressers’ are the best thing in the history of good things.

    A President utterly in control of himself and his surroundings schooling the press on how a boss works. He has no fear, he has no filter, he is having fun and he is in charge.

    There will be highs and there will be lows but just look at the guy. He owns it. He loves it.

    Worried? Not a chance.

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  13. pattyloo says:

    has anyone seen the crisis actors being interviewed for the 1000 Oaks slayings? it’s a new low in overacting.

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    • Joemama says:

      Has the KNX reporter in the collage below been interviewed as a “victim” or “eyewitness”? She has been filmed at many shootings and bombings:

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      • Joemama says:

        Yes, Crisis actors are people that are paid to act as if they are victims or witnesses and are interviewed by MSM. It is a very common practice, since the people actually involved are often inaccessible for a number of reasons. I grabbed the snapshots of the KNX reporter above from videos on the internet, to prove to myself that this is real.

        The snapshots are from a train wreck on the East Coast a few years back, the Boston Marathon bombing, San Bernardino Islamic terror attack and a couple of other shootings that I can’t remember right now & after the election of PDJT. She is the one that was filmed howling at the sky.

        I suspect that she supplements her income by doing video interviews with the various MSM outlets, between her day job, which appears to be a radio reporter for KNX 1070 news radio, in Los Angeles, CA.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Crisis actors?

      Those kids that went through that shooting are probably still in shock. I spoke to the granddaughter yesterday, when she was going to college in that area she used to go to that bar with friends, so was familiar with that place. She now works at the university and said they lost one of their students in the shooting. The campus is still in shock.

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      • davidb says:

        you misunderstood……..the crisis actor is interviewed by the MSM, in order to give the replies to their questions that they prefer to broadcast, and further their agenda…..in this case its gun grabbing from former vets.

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      • andrew1979 says:

        if by now people can’t start understanding what the “false flag”, “crisis actor”, etc are about then you might want to check it out.

        do people die? yes. so it’s not “fake flag”. again, please be aware of the fact that THEY do not care if people die. a sacrificing a few for them is (and i know this is hard to accept) ok in their long term plan.

        is it sad? yes. but a falsely generated scenario to push a narrative is absolutely not beneath them at all.

        let me put it this way – anything you ever considered a “conspiracy theory” you should look into again. if the events and information that everyone has learned about in the last two years is not enough to make you question ANYTHING than i am not sure what will convince you.

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        • Judith says:

          The republicans may want to lose the majority, but that does not give them the right to subvert the election process and disenfranchise the voters.

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    • Yeah and the 50 or 60 people there who were also at Las Vegas shooting.. Coinkedinkle I’d say . .Adam Housley’s niece was shot . Adam has been first on the scene a the San Bernadino shooting. hmmmm
      He no longer works for Fox , but Wickepedia does not say who he is working for ( Deep State ??)
      It could be legit but just an awful lot of strange going on .
      Be curious to see what the 8 chan guys dig up on this shooter,

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  14. oldschool64 says:

    DJT: JIm Acosta….totally unprofessional.

    DJT: April Ryan …..you talk about somebody who’s a loser! She doesn’t no what the hell she’s doing!

    Times like this I wish I had that laughing/crying emoji!

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  15. youme says:

    George Conway ( Kellyanne Conway’s husband “: “Trump replacing Sessions with Whitaker is illegal”
    Conway made the argument in an op-ed with top Democratic lawyer Neal Katyal.

    https://www.vox.com/2018/11/8/18076074/sessions-whitaker-george-conway-illegal-mueller

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  16. Exactly! Our rural and manufacturing base might be enough to hand President Trump 4 more years but if we don’t make more inroads into the suburbs we won’t have any MAGA agenda put into law.

    Democrats outplayed us totally in most suburban districts. Nice and clean looking candidates sometimes with military background. We were not able to nail Antifa, mobs or other themes to them.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      This is where the republican party has to get serious long before elections. One very simple counter this is voting record vs election day stances. Connor Lamb is a prime example. He ran as a moderate and claimed agreement with allot of the president’s agenda but he is firmly part of the Pelosi Conga line. This isn’t rocket science but it does take effort and a desire to actually win.

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      • jbowen82 says:

        It’s easy to blame McCain, but the Ds were very good at spinning the repeal of Obamacare as taking people’s health care away from them. The Rs had no good answer, because the “replace” wasn’t there. Cruz addressed the substance, but it took longer than a sound bite to explain. I never saw any other R try to make the case. One thing PDT can do to defang this line of argument is to strike a deal with Pelosi. We won’t like it, but it neutralizes an issue with swing voters.

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        • Tl Howard says:

          Trump needs to be the instigator of it, as well. However, no matter how it goes down, Pelosi is very formidable at making things APPEAR as if they are the ones who get things done, that they are the ones who care about health care.

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          • NJMAGA says:

            If Trump makes deals with Pelosi, the dems will get all the credit. They’ll make it appear like Trump has to bow to her now. And all those idiot suburban whites will think the dems are the deal makers. It will be especially bad if Trump agrees to issues progressives want.

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            • thedoc00 says:

              You are absolutely correct yet look at the track record of the GOP lead congress, they gave the president zero of substance in 2 -years. As much pain as agreements with Pelosi sounds, that is exactly what the President will do to break grid lock in governing the USA. He will take minor victories over no victories. The depth of his collaboration with the democrats is going to depend on McConnell and if he does anything to actually reorganize the Senate into a supportive legislative body, aside from Judges. The only reason for collaboration on Judges is that the Republicans need constitutionally oriented judges to survive after President Trump. So, the ball is in the Republican Party’s court as to what happens next. To be fully realistic, I get the sense the Republican Senate will be just fine with collaboration with Pelosi as it returns the swamp back to normal operations.

              I for one would not the blame the president one bit as he is over 70 years old and he want to see his family survive and he wants to enjoy them after politics. The GOP and to an extend the US voters have contributed zero to that desire.

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          • linda4298 says:

            Anything the house proposes will be stopped in the Senate, the founding fathers wanted gridlock.

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      • Athena the Warrior says:

        There were also a number of Republican House members running who pushed PDJT away. Mia Love, Carlos Curbelo were Never Trumpers and they lost. Karen Handel lost a Republican district she should have won but she kept PDJT at arm’s length and disagreed with him on tariffs. Even when she won against Osoff, she was uncomfortable with all of the Trump supporters there.

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        • Some of them did it cause they knew Trump wouldn’t fly with their suburban electorate.
          But at the same time that depressed the rural and MAGA vote of their districts. Dave Brat is the prime example for this. Others like Mia Love,.. it might be a blessing. We had a lot of tight races and we can win them back but we need something palpable for the suburban crowd. We have that problem since the primaries(Rubio won these often).

          My first hunch is: More Ivanka and Kelly Ann and what they stand for.
          Basically focusing on family and local issues with a business outlook. Not typically conservative. Pro American is the key. And when it comes to building the wall and stuff you nod and blink with your eyes when conservatives ask.

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      • Yup just the optics alone speak a language:

        It’s stupid but that’s a big part when it comes to this electorate.
        Even if Lamb votes with Pelosi it’s hard to nail him to any of the SJW crazy, crime, ANTIFA or the hordes at the border. Dems played it perfectly. I want pro America business type people in these races… John James or Mike Braun types and I think team Trump could recruit them.

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    • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

      This happened in 2006 when they won and had all those moderates.
      This happened in 1992-1994 when Clinton was a “new Dem”.
      This happened in 1976-1978 with “conservative” Carter.

      The point is every 10-15 years when the Democrats win, they pull this stunt. Once into power, they show their true nature and get wiped out. People have to understand that the GOP even when good will never win every election cycle. It’s not designed that way.

      The big problem was McCain and not repealing and replacing Obamacare. If flep is correct, Obamacare will be struck down in Texas and that fight begins and the whole “pre-existing conditions” thing goes away.

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      • Proud American from Texas says:

        The big problem was McCain and not repealing and replacing Obamacare.
        +++++++++++++++++++++
        Totally agree. This also impacted the tax reform. Repealing Ocare would have allowed for approx. 1 trillion over 10 years tax decrease or use it to offset SALT deduction caps and not anger middle income homeowners.
        Effects I can’t personally quantify, but results allow some speculation.

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      • It’s too simply to just blame McCain(it didn’t help,.. sure!).
        We/Trump have this problem with the suburban swing vote since the primaries. And as you explained dems played it very good.

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    • Pam says:

      There is one thing Larry is forgetting I think. Remember, the D’s and I’s that voted for POTUS? When watching the pre-rally interviews on RSBN leading up to the 2016 election, what did you hear some of them say? “I’m not voting democrat or republican, I’m voting Trump.” Of course Diamond & Silk did a terrific job and still is talking about Dems being stuck on the plantation. They didn’t try to force but tried to encourage anyone in the weeks and days leading up to the election to vote R. They at least said hey, come off of the plantation long enough to vote for Trump. That’s what many of them did in the general election. Of course we had dozen of house resignations too. Plus, we have the issue with voter fraud in Miami-Dade and the shenanigans right now in AZ and GA.

      As far as where to lay blame, we had D candidates that were running unopposed in over a dozen races. The RNC didn’t do it’s job as far as trying to find good candidates in those districts to run against these people. I totally agree with Praying Medic and others who were saying that POTUS had a gut feeling that we were going to lose the house and did his best to prepare for it.

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      • patsfaninpittsburgh says:

        Every GOP congressman he campaigned for

        Minnesota 1/8
        Downstate Illinois guy
        NC Charlotte boys won.

        WON

        Rasmussen had the big stat. Dems were 8% more excited to vote.

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      • Admin says:

        The fact that any race runs uncontested is totally unacceptable. Even if your candidate is going to get destroyed, you always have to have a presence so voters have a choice. I get wanting to spend resources elsewhere but look at the map.

        I think there were 13 races unopposed. 13!!!! Wouldn’t have saved the house but now you make the hole deeper to crawl out of in 2 years. Not to mention Republicans and Independents in those districts feel abandoned and it makes it easier for them to either vote Democrat in the future or not vote at all. Worst case you run someone to be an attack dog to damage the other candidate that someone in 2 years can come in and clean up. Republicans continually have the worst ground game ever when it comes to elections.

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      • linda4298 says:

        Most of 2016 R voters, are Trump voters, just like in 2010, Obama lost it all, because most of his people were just Obama voters. 2020 is a lifetime away, and we don’t know what the next issue will be.

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      • linda4298 says:

        We had 44 house defections for a lot of different reasons, some areas had no rep. opponent, we could have kept the house, if Ryan and the gop had stepped up to the plate and put up some good candidates.

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    • Joemama says:

      None of it means a thing until the massive voter fraud by the cultural marxist democrats is curtailed and illegal immigration is halted.

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      • kayray444 says:

        I agree completely. Although if this was Rona Mc Romney’s best effort she needs to go. I don’t think we even realize the extent of the voter fraud that took place and is STILL taking place in Dem districts. Also, 40+ Republicans retiring didn’t help matters at all. Blaming the Republican voters every time we lose an election, especially since we turned out in huge numbers, is like a battered woman blaming herself for the abuse her husband/boyfriend inflicts on her. It isn’t true and it isn’t helpful. Between illegal immigration and lax voter laws I wonder what the heck Republicans at the state and federal level have been doing for the last 30 years.

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      • davidb says:

        @ Joe….agree. I replied before scrolling done and seen your duplicate reply…..

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      • Proud American from Texas says:

        Massive voter fraud in many different forms. Ballot tampering and hocus pocus along with
        illegals voting. I hope our Texas AG hammers these scumbag cheaters.
        He’s nailed a few from prior elections. Target rich environment.

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      • Illegal immigration won’t be halted if we don’t have the house and somehow manage to pass something. All we and P Trump can do right now is apply band aids.

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    • Texian says:

      No worry about MAGA agenda put into law. Democrat don’t use law anymore.. Democrat make big mistake. If democrat don’t stop now. military Americans won’t use law anymore either.. And make their own inroads and take country back.. Just like in banana republic..

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    • davidb says:

      @ SEB….I have no proof, but IMHO, I disagree. They need to get a handle on the massive voter fraud, and illegals voting. Pence was supposed to get this done in 2016 and dropped the ball. He should have filed lawsuits to get the data needed. It may happen this time under a new AG.

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      • It is obviously a big part! Fraud is happening everywhere. The system encourages and enables it. It surely swung some races!
        That said.. just blaming vote fraud is not enough and a fallacy going forward. There are real problems with our Agenda when it comes to the “suburbs”.

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    • tappin52 says:

      I don’t understand why we have to cowtow to dopes who do not do their homework. Emotionally driven SJW types don’t want to be informed. I don’t know what the answer is, but “the messaging” ain’t the problem. I’m PO’d.

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      • Cause that’s reality. We need the House or everything Trump does will be easily reversed from 2020 or 2024 on.. and of course no wall.
        Dems had perfect “flyer” candidates. At this point it’s ok to lie to these people and run similar suits to save America. I don’t mind.
        If we don’t make inroads into the suburbs somehow President Trump won’t succeed beyond judiciary appointments and international deals.

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  17. jambo says:

    Birthright citizenship EO will be signed and work its way to the SCOTUS!

    Anybody that doesn’t think President Trump is so far ahead of everybody still thinks Hillary won.

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    • lurker2 says:

      The day he takes action, even if the expected 9th circuit lawsuit follows, I will cheer.

      My mother’s parents were immigrants. They came to the US and then gave birth to my mother and her siblings. THEY STAYED. Legally. They did not pump out kids and then leave. This is what I expect of others. You cannot pump out a kid and have it be a citizen if you are just a temporary visitor or are not here legally. I don’t know why the Democrats have such a hard time with this.

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  18. Blind no longer says:

    The greatest President of all time, just had the most fantastic press conference on his way to board Air Force One. I love this man!!! Oh the push back and fight in this man is just two good for words!!!!

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  19. It’s time for Trump to take the lefts rhetoric on “racism” head-on.

    Hold a press conference in which he announces the revocation of all official press access to CNN.
    In it, he can berate their racial slurs against Kanye west among others, the anti-semitic remarks that often fly by un-remarked, and the blanket demonization of whites from Don Lemon.

    End with a round condemnation of racism and division and say it has no place in his press pool.

    Watch the left utterly melt down as Trump takes their own message from them as his own.

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    • Kalbo says:

      “…as Trump takes their own message from them as his own.”

      Bingo, IMHO.

      Precisely why D rats had zero issues to run on. President Trump has worked all issues with great success. Leaving D rats with open borders, get rid of ICe and every -ism there is. Latter with zero merit.

      President Trump is brilliant in everyway.

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    • JX says:

      It’s time to go at the left on all fronts. Their lawlessness necessitates their destruction, ignoring it is no longer possible. We’ve reached a critical point and can not look away, we can not shirk our duty.

      Eisenhower said “Whenever I run into a problem I can’t solve, I always make it bigger. I can never solve it by trying to make it smaller, but if I make it big enough, I can begin to see the outlines of a solution.”

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    • oldschool says:

      Doubt that will happen. Some of us have been calling for POTUS to do a national adress for over a year, on various serious subjects, that the msm has owned the narrative on. Why he prefers the “drive by” method, IDK.

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  20. WVNed says:

    Ever notice nothing republicans do is legal. Nothing democrats do is illegal. If you notice it is you are just being partisan.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      You left out, notice how Republicans roll over and say that’s OK democrat party just don’t do it again. This makes me wonder if the Republicans really care as long as they get their share.

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  21. oldschool64 says:

    Holy smokes, this impromptu next to Marine One!! Better dump a bucket of water on the President because he is on fire with the truth!

    Oh, and one of these days I think Marine One is going to run out of fuel waiting for him!

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  22. NJF says:

    I only caught part of he presser, what was asked where he answered “that’s a very stupid question”

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  23. twopercentneandrathal says:

    Conservatives / Republicans have a natural tendency to pursue liberty and pursue happiness. We tend to avoid becoming part of the low level political machinery such as the county board of elections and the warren of precinct supervisors or whatever title obtains, while the left has an affinity for it. The “Democrat” party apparatus encourages – – and rewards – – active participation by people such as Snipes. This is especially problematic in blue and purple areas. Election laws which were enacted to prevent intimidation at polling places allow what goes on at that level to be out of sight. For instance, people are generally not permitted to linger in polling stations much less be near the desk or table where a voter states his/her name and registration is checked. How does anyone know if inactive, relocated, or deceased registrations are being voted? Our VSG Donald Trump is not omnipresent. Let’s get involved. Find out how to become supreme allied commander of the 3rd precinct 5th ward, or better yet a member of the county board of elections. We also need to demand changes in the law to protect the integrity of the process. “The battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eaton”.

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  24. I have not gotten over West Virginia voting for Manchin. Maybe, I never will. The coal miners that makes $100,000 wouldn’t even have a job if it wasn’t for POTUS, but they couldn’t do this one thing he asks of them? Sorry, I just am so upset with that state.

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    • Pat Frederick says:

      me too in PA…he’s bringing back steel but the liberal strongholds don’t care…

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        It’s widespread ignorance, probably as a result of a long-term effort to sabotage our educational system.

        Too many people believe that stuff just happens, and have no concept of basic economic principles. Ask them “Who builds the buildings in which you work, and the malls in which you shop, and the factories in which you work, and with whose money is it all done?” and I promise you a vast majority of them don’t have a clue.

        We are becoming a nation where the majority consists of ignoramuses.

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        • FH says:

          How many voters turned out in PA and WV, relative to 2016?

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          • FH says:

            In particular, how many Trump voters turned out in PA and WV, relative to 2016?

            His popularity was never going to translate into votes for poor Republican candidates who were seen as failing to deliver on ACA repeal when they finally had an opportunity to do so after running on that platform for almost a decade, who only delivered a moderately decent tax cut and who provided effectively no help moving the Trump Agenda forward.

            This election was the Republican’s to lose, and they not only lost, they did everything they possibly could to lose.

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            • antiqueiron says:

              The turnout in western PA was huge. After I voted, I was confident that the massive red wave was happening. Tuesday night, I fully expected a huge victory for us. I was wrong. The population growth in Pittsburgh, Philly, & Harrisburg has overtaken the “Republican T” of the rest of the state. Major vote flipping went on as well. PA is gone now. We also see the vote fraud countrywide. That & all the dem ringer candidates inserted into the burbs is why we lost the House. The DS has gone postal. No holds barred, not even trying to hide it. Our country will not be saved via elections, investigations, the DoJ, or any of the normal channels. It can only be saved by using the NDAA to sweep the DS leaders into prison. Now. All at once. Today would be nice.

              The way I see it. We have about one year or less to destroy the viability of the Deep State. There will be no second term if that doesn’t happen. The military has a saying. Never leave an enemy alive behind you. That’s very sound advice. Obama, the Clintons etc are alive & behind our President. They must be crushed first, or MAGA doesn’t happen.

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            • lurker2 says:

              I posted info in a thread days ago. Trump won x number of votes in 2016 but the in 2018 the GOP candidate opposing Manchin only got like 1/2 x. Really awful. Bad voting. Democrats don’t vote like this. Democrats vote for Democrats. Only Republicans get all fussy about their candidates and forget that majorites in Congress are important.

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              • listingstarboard says:

                It is the Republican fatal flaw–expecting a perfect candidate. Democrats stick together like glue and that is a large part of their power.

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        • Gayle says:

          YOU PEOPLE ARE IGNORANT …. that is all I have to say
          GO LOOK AT EACH STATES COUNTY RESULTS BEFORE YOU CALL SOMEONE
          IGNORAMUS

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          • Niagara Frontier says:

            Relax and crawl down from the ceiling. I’m sorry if I offended.

            First, I’m from the area. I was born, raised, and spent most of my adult life in steel and coal country. I know the area and the people.

            An ignoramus is an ignorant person. Ignorance is simply a lack of knowledge about a certain subject. It has nothing to do with a a person’s value, worth or character. The people in western PA and WV I know are some of the hardest working and most honest people in the world.

            I stand by my statement that many of the voters we are going after there lack knowledge of basic economics. That’s not an insult. It’s just an observation.

            It also doesn’t help that many of our candidates simply ran bad campaigns.

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            • Gayle says:

              AND AGAIN .. I challenge you to go LOOK at the STATE ELECTION RESULTS …Coal miners voted FOR the Trump endorsed Candidates .. we totally OWN the state GOP now and only MANCHIN won because Manchin WON in the NORTHERN part of the state which is rich WASHINGTON people

              If you are calling the RICH part of the county “ignorant” then FINE
              AGAIN
              COAL MINING COUNTIES VOTED EXACTLY as the POTUS ASKED ..

              AGAIN .. I LIVE HERE .. I know EXACTLY how we voted because I had BRAINS enough to go look at the maps

              WORKING VOTERS DID NOT ABANDON TRUMP .. the more progressive areas of the state went with JOE because they are invested in him for over 25 years … PERIOD

              I told you people ALL ALONG that Manchin would be hard to knock over .. he usually gets 80 to 90% of the vote .. this time he got 49.5 and Morrisety got within 2 points

              Manchin has to look at this as NOT A VICTORY …

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        • bearsgrrr says:

          And election fraud…

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        • oldschool says:

          It’s the media. FULL STOP

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      • linda4298 says:

        I read that someone wrote, people only care about the economy when it’s bad. True

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The Republicans failed miserably to expose how “moderate” democrats join the Pelosi-Schumer conga line unless allowed to deviate for political reason. Manchin’s vote on Kavanaugh saved his election.

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    • California Joe says:

      Iowa too. What ungrateful idiots!

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    • Joemama says:

      Maybe they didn’t vote for Manchin. “He who counts the votes, decides the election.”

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    • Gayle says:

      I EXPLAINED THIS IN GREAT DETAIL .. the information is AVAILABLE at the WVA State Election Headquarters … MORRISEY WON EVERY COAL COUNTRY COUNTY BUT ONE… TRUMP VOTERS IN WVA ELECTED CAROL MILLER OVER STUPID RICHARD OHHHEDA by a whopping 68% .. She wiped him OUT in his own COUNTY

      MORRISEY WON EVERY COUNTY OF WORKING VOTERS … COAL MINERS but ONE COUNTY which is OWNED by the UMWA

      TRUMP VOTERS NEVER LEFT TRUMP IN WVA .. MANCHIN GOT CARRIED OVER IN THE NORTH PART OF THE STATE BY RICH WHITES WITH CONNECTIONS TO WASHINGTON

      TRUELY sick of the STUPID REMARKS HERE about WV coal miners … WE DID EXACTLY WHAT PRESIDENT TRUMP ASKED US .. OUR VOTE WAS 68% for MORRISEY …

      NOW SHUT THE HELL UP ABOUT STUPID WVA
      WE ELECTED CAROL MILLER AS TRUMP ASKED FOR AS WELL ..

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    • Gayle says:

      SEE MY COMMENT BELOW .. WVA is a STATE run with COUNTIES .. ALL COAL COUNTIES voted for POTUS endorsed MORRISEY and we pulled Carol Miller away from CUCKOO Richard Ojeada

      I would SUSPECT that if you look in PA you will also find that MANY counties are still TRUMP counties

      Manchin won BIG MONEY COUNTIES to the NORTH part of the state …totally owned by WASHINGTON and BIG MONEY

      NOW SHUT UP ABOUT WVA COAL MINERS

      AND THE FACTS ARE COAL MINERS MAKE $90,000 a YEAR start pay … and facts are Morrisey was a very LOW ENERGY campaigner …

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      • How did Trump manage to get such a huge vote in 2016? Did he get more than 68% of the vote in the coal counties? Also, why did one coal county not vote for him.

        I personally don’t buy into the low-energy candidate…he was a Republican, POTUS asked people to vote for him, Manchin does nothing to support MAGA. Who cares about his energy?

        Also, the $100,000 figure was from the other night when I think you posted it. Also, big misunderstanding: when I said the people were depressed, I meant mentally, not economically. They seem low energy based on the rallies there; so why would they think Morrisey would be any different? He’s just like them…do they have low self esteem? That’s what I was thinking because it’s the only reason I could figure they would vote for Manchin…he looks good and the rich people like him and that is an image they would like to have…good looking and important people like them.

        I have always liked West Virginia and considered moving there at one point. I just am very disappointed in them. Sorry I offended you, just expressing my deep disappointment.

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        • Gayle says:

          WOW .. so NOW we are MENTALLY RETARDED
          Well thank you thank you very much
          Again .. you can look at the WVA map and see EXACTLY where Morrisey won versus Where Manchin WON

          I KNOW FOR the facts that Morrisey was a low energy campaigner . I LIVE HERE and we begged and called and emailed for YARD SIGNS and I could not even get a sign
          I went to ALL the Trump rallies for Morrisey and made KNOWN to his campaign manager that folks wanted SIGN ..just bring em to a rally or let someone like me come get em and give them out .. HIS answer: We will get back with ya!! Never a phone call

          These candidates cannot expect POTUS to do all the work ..

          I am PERFECTLY satisifed with Coal Country and their support for the POTUS wishes …again MANCHIN has a 30 year history in this state .. 2 time governor, state legistlature and Senator .. he was NOT an easy target

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      • FH says:

        Morrisey was an incredibly poor candidate; he may have been the only guy who was worse than Lou Barletta in PA.

        That’s why I keep saying the Rs wanted to lose this election.

        Had they wanted to win, the Republican National Committee and their partners in the State organizations would have come up with a state-by-state strategy for getting the best candidates in place [which, among others, Barletta and Morrisey were not], taking their fund they allegedly raised at record levels and having a plan for supporting those candidates and getting their so-called ground game moving EARLY.

        They didn’t do any of that. Frankly, they should have lost the Senate and their House losses should have been more in line with those in 1994 or 2010. Lord Trump, pretty much by himself, kept that from happening. But, as I said above, his popularity wasn’t, on it’s own, going to get enough of his 2016 voters out to cast a vote for people like Barletta, Morrisey and others who were weak and who were seen as part of the failed classes of 2010-2018.

        I hate to see R voters either not vote or vote for allegedly moderate dims – and really hate to see them vote for so-called independents or the entirely laughable Libertardians – but I can understand their desire to, “punish Republicans” [in the vernacular of 2006-2008].

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        • Gayle says:

          FH .. entirely true … Morrisey would not even get yard signage out
          Coal miners voted EXACTLY how POTUS asked …
          Morrisey was the WRONG candidate period … but in reality he came within 2 points of taking out a GIANT in WVA … had he worked a bit harder it would have happened

          Another POINT .. you could NOT even find out where the Morrisey rallies were UNLESS you donated to his website ….

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        • antiqueiron says:

          Lotta truth to what you posted. However, when Trump asks you to vote for his candidate, you have to do it, no matter who he is or how low energy he may be. Trump asked everyone to not “punish Republicans” but vote for them anyway. The voters failed to do so & it cost us at least two Senate seats, WV & PA. Many voters in West (by God) Virginia, & PA failed President Trump.

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          • Sandra-VA says:

            Gayle is repeatedly telling you that Trump Coal Country DID vote for the R. It was a very close election which proves that Trump voters DID turn out. Manchin usually wins by a far greater margin. The elites overpowered the coal miners.

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            • Niagara Frontier says:

              See some of the figures I posted below about Morrisey’s vote percentage in the counties he won in southern WV. Those numbers are pitiful, and certainly not enough to overcome the percentages from the north.

              Too many in coal country turned their backs on the President, and they are not getting a pass in my book, not just yet.

              One thing could change this, and that would be Manchin switching parties. You’d think he’d be tired of being in the minority.

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            • antiqueiron says:

              Gayle posted only 68%. I’m not in the WVa hate crowd, I like that state, A LOT!

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      • PatriotKate says:

        GAYLE – I know there’s a point to your posts and you appear frustrated.

        However, I don’t read posts that SCREAM.

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    • Gayle says:

      IN REPLY TO LITTLE FLOWER … you are ignorant for NOT looking at the STATE ELECTION MAP before painting EVERYONE in WVA as STUPID
      MORRISEY packed EVERY southern county but ONE .. EVERY COAL COUNTY but the ONE still controlled by BIG UNION MONY ..THE UMWA

      YOU PEOPLE RUN PEOPLE FROM THIS FORUM with the constant BASHING of a whole state

      EFF YOU ALL .. I’m done with you ignorant a$$ bunch of people

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      • Can understand why you are upset …vut don’t you think you should stay to educate us?

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        • Gayle says:

          because if you read UPTHREAD it is impossible to educate them on the REAL VOTE in WVA

          WVA is IGNORANT, MENTALLY RETARDED and TOO STUPID TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS

          I have often wondered why so many of the posters I saw from so long ago have left … I now see WHY

          You will not see me post here again … People like LittleFlower are actually RACIST …

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Hey, Gayle, why don’t you tell us ALL how you really feel?

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      • Good grief! Take a chill pill already – you seem like you are about to pop a vein or something. Sheesh…..one has to wonder why you feel so defensive…..

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        • Gayle says:

          well when your whole state is called MENTALLY RETARDED and STUPID and IGNORANT .. it does tend to piss you off
          I told original poster to go to the WVA State Election Website and look at the counties that voted for Morrisey .. COAL country did exactly as POTUS asked us . We are not responsible for EVERY industry in this state.

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        I’ll just drop this here and be done with this part of the discussion. Gayle, your arguments would carry more weight if they were based more on fact.

        You said that “MORRISEY packed EVERY southern county but ONE…”

        Well here’s a sampling of the southern counties Morrisey won, and his percentage of vote (whole percentage).

        I wouldn’t consider any of these numbers “packing”.

        Mingo (55%), Logan (49%), Wyoming (52%), Mercer (55%), Monroe (53%), Nicholas (50%), Clay (49%), Pocahontas (49%), and Webster (48%).

        Those numbers aren’t numbers to brag about in my book. If Morrisey wanted to beat the votes in the blue counties, he would have needed margins way bigger than these in the counties you purport he “packed.”

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    • antiqueiron says:

      I agree. Here in PA & countrywide, ringers were sent in like Conor Lamb & others. Locally, the R candidate near me exposed his opponent with video of her speaking at a socialist event. And she WON! smh. Allegheny County PA is every bit a corrupt as Chicago. I gotta get out of PA, it’s too far gone. Trump will not win PA in 2020.

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    • lurker2 says:

      West Virginia 2016:
      Trump 489,371
      Clinton 188,794

      West Virginia 2018:
      Morrisey 269,872 <– should have been more than 400k!
      Manchin 288,808

      A whole lotta WV Trump supporters voted for Manchin. Sorry Gayle, I know you don't like to see your state criticized, and if you voted smartly I think you for that. But other Trump supporters in WV lost that Senate race for you and instead of being mad at us (the messengers) you should be mad at them.

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      • FH says:

        Not sure on the source of your numbers but, assuming they’re accurate, it looks like nearly a 120,000 vote difference; I don’t want to talk about what, “should” have been because this election is being heralded as having, “massive turnout…for a mid-term” [as if that qualifier is supposed to matter] when, even at higher than average, it’s still less than 50% of eligible voters, and voter turnout SHOULD be much greater in EVERY election, but this proves my point – at least in WV: there were Trump voters sitting this one out in large enough numbers that the results in probably a lot of these elections could have easily gone the other way.

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        • lurker2 says:

          Look at the difference between the Clinton votes and the Manchin votes. The Clinton votes were, I think, the hard-core devoted Democrats. Only 188k there. But Manchin in 2018 got 288k. That’s crazy. People in WV f’d up. It’s a good thing we didn’t lose the Senate majority because of it.

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  25. youme says:

    Flake still poking Trump in the eye

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  26. saywhat64 says:

    The 1st couple of minutes are not clear because of helicopter noise. Gets better after a couple of minutes.
    GO DONALD !

    Love this guy

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  27. Troublemaker10 says:

    RIP the end of Acosta’s career.

    Great video! 😀

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  28. Brant says:

    At this point I time, I will be a smidgen displeased and disappointed if there is ever another tweet from a certain person with the term, “witch hunt” anywhere around it. Perhaps someone very very close to him (son or daughter) has to be “indicted” to really do something. Here is hoping Whitaker has constructed a very big wood shed to take a lot of people to. And he has the only key.

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    • G3 says:

      There’s only one witch.

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    • Brant says:

      I’m sorry, things need to happen fast as in, now. Dims don’t waste time. They are set to steal Florida and trying in Georgia. I live in GA. By chance one of the 8 uncontested Republican districts in the country. Now that is secure. Anyway, he needs to have people all over Broward county. Whitaker needs to hit the ground at a sprint and sprint for a marathon at minimum.

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  29. Mr Spock says:

    Again why doesn’t Florida AG Bondi have this Snipes woman in hand cuffs or at least get a restraining order keeping her out of the election office? Laws have been and continue to be broken, yet she cheats with impunity.

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  30. Zippy says:

    If this isn’t fixed as Trump promised, in short order it won’t matter whether you vote for a Rep president or not since leftist political demographics will determine the outcome:

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  31. Harleyd says:

    The current Broward County scam shows how ineffective the Kris Kobach led Vote Fraud Commission was, as was the “hand off” of voter fraud prevention to DHS.

    Just another broken promise.

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  32. G3 says:

    Someone needs to get information out on Florida election laws. The pudits are fools. Broward County didn’t meet the deadline. Days later they are still counting and magically find boxes of provisional ballots (hinky ballots that will be couted if the margin drop to a low %). Broward County Election Fraud Dr. Snipes should be in jail for printing bogus ballots, shredding ballots, and God knows what else, in past elections.
    In the mean time the Dems and their pundits will just say count every vote.

    Every REAL vote counts.

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    • beach lover says:

      They love to tout the line… “every vote should be counted”.. Problem is, what votes??
      Where did they come from? Who decides if it is a legitimate ballot?

      I don’t trust the folks running the election in Broward County. They wont give counts of ballots to be counted, because they are trying to see how many more they need for a recount. They pulled this same crap in 2000.

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    • Pegm says:

      If the ballot numbers were not reported by the deadline, are they not technically spoiled?

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  33. JoD says:

    Before Rubio inevitably does or says something that makes you want to pull your hair out…
    FTR…We had the opportunity on Monday to meet him in a very casual setting.
    He was friendly, relaxed, funny, personable and dare I say, seemingly normal.
    Shocked?……..So were we.
    Just wanted to get that out there before it becomes unbelievable.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      I like Rubio personally. I tried hard to like him politically, but his bad policy ideas kept getting in the way. He has shown he can be more pragmatic and shift. That’s good, except then the trust factor gets lost when he does that.

      Anyway, he has been doing a good job passionately exposing the vote fraud in Florida so I hope he keeps it up! I hope Rubio is to FL vote fraud what Lindsey Graham was to the Kavanaugh hearings.

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    • SandraOpines says:

      Every time I get a poll asking my opinions of FL voters (regular) I always reply Rubio is “Ok” I am soooooooooooooooo lukewarm on him because of his polices.

      Honestly, I have met most politicians in FL that matter to my area and I don’t like many of them personally, but I do have major opinions on their policies.

      I broke bread with the ones I liked tho. 😀 Love you Matt Gaetz, Brad Drake etc…

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  34. Troublemaker10 says:

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  35. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    The president is now off to Europe to deal with international issues. Meanwhile the Democrats are busy trying to turn our once law abiding country into a 3rd World he!!hole by calling for recounts while importing more and more illegal alien voters. Current estimate is in Texas alone well over a quarter of a million fraudulent votes were cast (and counted) for Beto “speedyGonzales” O’Roarke. If the Federal Election Commission isn’t going to do its job it should just disband and save taxpayers money.

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    • Landslide says:

      I certainly am against O’Rourke, but I can find nothing regarding the million fraudulent votes that you reference. Can you provide the linked source? Thanks.

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      • Martell says:

        A quarter of a million.

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      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Just to note that Texas still has Straight Party Ticket voting available and most people use that option. In the race for governor the Republican Greg Abbott received some 4.65 million votes, 55.8%, against the Democrat challenger Lupe Valdez. In the race for US Senator Ted Cruz received 4.25 million votes, 50.9%, against Democrat challenger Robert O’Roarke. For some reason it looks like a couple of hundred thousand Democrats voted for a fake Hispanic Democrat Senator candidate but chose a Republican Governor who ran against a true Hispanic. These state website numbers are current with 8.3 million votes counted.

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      • G. Combs says:

        A Repeat of a earlier comment:
        drawandstrike had an interesting thread:
        https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1059173812615430144.html

        “…Remember when Thomas Wictor pointed out that vote fraud is now being handled by FEDERAL AGENCIES working together, it’s NOT a state issue being handled by the locals any more?”

        “Trump started a ‘Vote Fraud’ panel, everybody screamed about it, he disbanded it.

        THEY ALL WENT TO SLEEP. [Sure hope that is true!]

        Like they were supposed to.

        While they were napping, guess what happened?

        Vote fraud was given to DHS, the FBI & other federal agencies PARTNERING TOGETHER…..

        THIS time, they are LYING IN WAIT FOR THEM.
        “Only 19 foreign nationals!” the media cried. Way to miss the point. Fed. agencies working together in a new partnership was the big news here….

        Well there are several different KINDS of vote fraud. And ways to facilitate mass vote fraud.

        And tampering with the state’s voter registration system by cyber-hack is a new way of doing it….”

        Cooper, a Democrat and the state’s attorney general, had a lead of 10,293 votes over McCrory in nearly final election tallies on the State Board of Elections website Monday evening….” {He is the reason NC lost our voter ID law. It went to the SC but he would not fight for the law and let the case die per Chuck Kitchen}

        “McCrory’s campaign had requested the recount of 90,000 ballots in Durham, arguing that the late addition of the 90,000 votes to the statewide tally on election night constituted an “irregularity.”….” https://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/election/article118942758.html

        REMEMBER

        […]Just in time for this November’s mid-term elections!

        Did you know that since 1982, the Republican Party had been legally prohibited from contesting elections due to suspected vote fraud, because of a legal agreement called the Consent Decree the GOP made with the Democrat Party?

        Finally, 36 years later, a judge has ended the agreement, freeing the Republican Party to ensure electoral integrity by investigating and pursuing suspected vote fraud.[…]

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  36. phoenixRising says:

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  37. G. Combs says:

    “….As far as where to lay blame……”

    I lay the blame where it belongs, on the grave of Carter appointee, District Judge Dickinson R. Debevoise who renewed the 1982 consent decree. He even came out of retirement one day a year to do so.

    “…To put it bluntly, the Consent Decree in effect gave a carte blanche to the Democrat Party to commit vote fraud in every voting district across America that has, in the language of the Consent Decree, “a substantial proportion of racial or ethnic populations.” The term “substantial proportion” is not defined.

    In 1987, the Consent Decree was modified to define “ballot security activities” as “ballot integrity, ballot security or other efforts to prevent or remedy vote fraud.”

    …. on January 9, 2018, Judge Vazquez ruled that the Democratic National Committee did not prove that the RNC violated the Consent Decree prior to its Dec. 1, 2017, expiration date.

    And with that, Judge Vazquez, an Obama appointee, ended that noxious 1982 Consent Decree legal agreement between the RNC and DNC which had tied the Republican Party’s hands from contesting elections and investigating vote fraud for 36 years…..”

    http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/end-of-1982-consent-decree-gop-finally-can-contest-vote-fraud-after-36-years/

    Now we see if the Republicans have the balls to step up to the plate and knock voter fraud out of this country.

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  38. Troublemaker10 says:

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  40. phoenixRising says:

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    • kallibella says:

      Wow!!!! Somehow I find this picture extremely revealing. Powerful. His shoulders. His affection to her. And she as beautiful as ever!

      God bless President Trump and may He grant him favor in this trip. May the Lord continue to protect our great President and his entire family. In the matchless name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen!

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    • Landslide says:

      Shut up, Mark. Your smarmy little digs are repugnant. Just stop. Just stick to the facts.

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    • Does anyone see somewhat of a renewed spark in their relationship? I do believe that Melania is a much stronger personality than many give her credit for and that perhaps she has given him the cold shoulder a time or two when she is in disagreement with some of what he does. A good woman will do that and a good man will respect her for it. If there ever was even slight turmoil between these two, they certainly look united and dare I say in love?

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    • Blind no longer says:

      FLOUS is absolutely beautiful! Love that coat! Love that President!

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  41. Troublemaker10 says:

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  42. “Unions are withholding support for the Trump administration’s U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement on the grounds that the provisions meant to force Mexican factories to pay their workers at least $16 an hour are too weak”

    Weak as opposed to what? The status quo?

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/economy/unions-criticize-usmca-wages-provision-potentially-endangering-the-deal

    https://www.csis.org/analysis/nafta-usmca-whats-new-and-whats-next

    “it will be a tough ask for them to support what could be a legacy item for a president that is deeply unpopular with the Democratic Party.”

    Translation? The unions, together with the Democratic Party, will not stand for Trump delivering jobs and prosperity to their captured constituency since that carries the risk of making the “deeply unpopular” POTUS deeply popular. Even worse, raising the floor on North American wages could stop the flow of illegal immigrants into America and what would that do for the prospects of the Democratic Party going forward?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Money laundering is a very lucrative business and Unions now have competition from the Go Fund Me phenomenon. The biggest plus for Unions, currently, is that they can deliver votes to validate election of democrats. Once democrats gain enough control to legally include illegal immigrants as voters, the Unions are toast.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      A proven recipe for turning an already corrupt country into a Banana Republic. In the late 60’s American entrepreneurs spent millions setting up fruit companies in Honduras to help the country out of poverty. Unions moved in (bringing violence with them to fight for ever higher wages) and along with corrupt officials reversed the progress Hondurans had made toward becoming a second world country as opposed to the ‘Banana Republic’ it reverted to.

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  43. LM says:

    I have faced the fact that the President needs our help in a major way to safeguard the country for future generations.

    I thought more was being done to make sure that we had legal elections, to allow conservatives to assemble and to retain the right of free speech.

    Even as I write this I know that plans are being put in place to not only steal this election after the fact, but to steal all future elections as well as the entire country. And the people responsible will work tirelessly and with the benefit of a seemingly endless supply of money to make sure that their plans are accomplished.

    We allowed the takeover of California, which used to be Republican and gave us Ronald Reagan. If we stand idly by and let Arizona and Florida fall under the control of the left, I think we will have assured our destruction and that of our children.

    Therefore I think that we must keep the pressure up on our leaders to nullify, expose, and prosecute the fraud.

    And I think that the time to speak out is now, before we cannot.

    I remind people of faith of the counsel of Mordicai to Esther, when she told him of her very valid concerns about speaking out on behalf of her people to the King. The discomfort and threats we face currently for speaking the truth in love pale in comparison to the future we face without doing so.

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    • Judith says:

      LM you are right on the money. When posters complain about someone offending their delicate sensibilities, I have to wonder how it will feel to them after the free world collapses.

      What will it take for such people to -God forbid- break a pinky nail and engage in this battle for our lives? Talk about a high pain threshold.

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    • Judith says:

      LM you are right on the money. When posters complain about someone offending their delicate sensibilities, I have to wonder how it will feel to them after the free world collapses.

      What will it take for such people to -God forbid- break a pinky nail and engage in this battle for our lives? Talk about a high pain threshold.

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