November 17th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #667

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  1. BREAKING for TRADE DEVELOPMENT: Market Diversification Tool (MDT)

    Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the release of the International Trade Administration’s new Market Diversification Tool (MDT). This unique application puts 12 million data points at the fingertips of U.S. exporters and helps them identify the top potential foreign markets for their products.

    “Currently, more than half of domestic exporters ship to only one market overseas,” said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. “Drawing upon the vast data resources and analytics available to the Department of Commerce, this tool can help companies explore previously untapped markets, strengthening U.S. companies’ competitiveness and overseas presence.”

    The MDT quickly produces a report that previously would have taken hours of research across multiple platforms.
    • Taking basic information from exporters, it uses 11 different indicators, runs calculations on those inputs, and produces a ranked list of recommended markets with scores for each country.
    • The ranked list can prepare exporters for more in-depth research and help them find partners in new markets.

    https://www.commerce.gov/news/press-releases/2018/11/us-secretary-commerce-wilbur-ross-announces-new-data-application-help

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  2. Texas led states with real GDP growth of 6.0% in the second quarter, driven by mining and durable goods manufacturing. All 50 states and D.C. saw economic growth in Q2.

    BEA News
    @BEA_News
    Nov 14
    https://go.usa.gov/xPf67) go.usa.gov/xPf67
    =====
    A real GEM for MAGAnomics WINS!

    https://mobile.twitter.com/BEA_News

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  3. Sayit2016 says:

    I was thinking ….

    Since some states’s positions that they can do whatever they want as to voting…

    Let’s make it easy, if you do not require ID, If you are allowing convicted criminals to vote, if you are not requiring ID to vote, if you are allowing ILLEGALS to vote, if you have not cleaned up your voter data these are FEDERAL elections, on STATE elections- they can do what they want — but on FED ELECTIONS the FED Gov has the right to set the terms. If the states do not comply, the votes for FEDERAL elections will not be counted.

    There fixed it.

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  4. SandraOpines says:

    Just came in from hard labor moving trees that Hurricane Michael rearranged for us. Pulled up twitter and got the greatest laugh. This is awesome

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  5. Lucille says:

    An example of the good things to dwell upon…

    Islamic Republic of Iran to be declared in breach of chemical weapons bans
    November 17, 2018 11:00 AM By Robert Spencer

    Trump again moves to undo the massive damage done by his predecessor, who did so very much to enable and empower the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/11/islamic-republic-of-iran-to-be-declared-in-breach-of-chemical-weapons-bans

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  6. Rondo says:

    Professor Jordan Peterson on climate change and climate policy at the Cambridge Union

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Precisely stated. More important things to be done than worrying about those items we can’t change at all, like Mother Nature, Sun spots, the changing of our Poles. What we see lacking is plain old common sense. Burn all the trees and then you live in a desert with no air conditioning or water. Bring out coal which now is done safely which is a great source of a lot of our daily lives. Hope I could meet this man some day and shake his hand. I surely hope the youths listening to him are awakened to reality!

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  7. MAGAnomics WINNING:

    Personal income rose in 2,787 counties, decreased in 318, and was unchanged in 8 in 2017.

    https://go.usa.gov/xPGNY) go.usa.gov/xPGNY

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  8. Mia C says:

    So grossed out seeing Trump and Republicans tweeting out support for Nancy Pelosi. The dumbest thing I’ve heard is both offering to support her bid as leader with votes. Ummmmm…. what’s the long term strategy there? Then when you try to run against her after she goes full witch on you you look like the lying conniving weasel party.
    –We should be staying out of Democrat cat fights. When your enemy is infighting, step aside and enjoy the carnage.

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    • LOL – I’m so sure that Trump’s public support of Nancy Pelosi is doing wonders for her support among democrats.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        You get the joke. Why he praised Abrams, also. These
        folks are sooooooo brainwashed the worst thing that
        Trump can do to them is say something nice about them.

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    • mireilleg says:

      Everything has a price. What will she pay? What is her currency?

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    • Not Ideal says:

      Rope-a-dope

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    • Nigella says:

      Pelosi is the gift that keeps on giving… I want her to be Speaker… Hoyer is actually more dangerous

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      • Convert says:

        Exactly! Let Nancy be Nancy. Let the far Left gnaw at each other. Let Trump look reasonable and presidential.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Convert, and now the stupid Cortez protested against Pelosi and now we see a lot of anger building in long running democrats vs. the new youngers. Let them ruin themselves and we just sit back and clap our hands and laugh as loud as we can. Cats fighting cats and dogs fighting dogs is what we probably will see a lot more of.

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    • rjcylon says:

      Pelosi either becomes his ally, or the democrats destroy themselves. What’s the problem?

      And remember the country is very divided. Everyone says they are tired of bitter partisanship, that it’s not good for the county. Well….fine, then! Let’s actually give it a chance. President Trump has opened the door. It’s up to the democrats to walk through it.

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      • rhcylon,
        “President Trump has opened the door. It’s up to the democrats to walk through it.”

        I like your optimism but I don’t think that we have to be naive and live in denial.

        Dec. 2016 President-elect Trump mentioned that Hillary has suffered enough. What did the dems do in return?

        Frankly I am getting tired of the spineless attitude from our side. Only person showing any spine is President Trump and even among his supporters, many are in the category that if given an opportunity they want to sing kumbaya with the left, who will crush us at first opportunity they get.

        Think about it, Boehner cried his eyes out that poor me, I am just one half of one third of the government. Now contrast that with the dems taking the house in this election.

        Unless we get off our high horses and are not willing to wrestle with the pigs, we have to be prepared to keep on losing even when President Trump’s policy brings mind blowing recovery to this great nation.

        Sorry about the rant but just my $0.02.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          We hired the Congress members to represent us because best than millions of us getting together to talk, settle issues, etc. What have now are 2 parties in 1 taking care of themselves and shafting us. That is what is meant by Drain the Congress Swamp and remind them they are not the government BECAUSE WE THE PEOPLE ARE THE GOVERNMENT OF THIS REPUBLIC. Don’t treat Congress members like God, that they are learned (yes, in making themselves millionaires but little else for us), they make and lay down the rules because that is not why they are there. We must take back the reins and wake them up to reality. We need to remove those delightful lifetime benefits and no more annual salary raises as we neither voted for nor authorized any of these goodies to our employees. We need to start over with just 2 terms max, and maybe 1 extra if an outstanding candidate, and they must have respect and work with our President. They okayed all for Obama but don’t want their applecarts upset so they don’t work to do what they were hired to do. Aargh!

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    • ladypenquin says:

      No, it’s not such a bad thing. Something to be said in having POTUS able to have leverage and negotiate. Pelosi appears to be having trouble making sure she has the votes – may need GOP assist – that’s leverage we have.

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    • More chaos … more WINNING!

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    • Jenny R. says:

      The Dems want to leave Nan-nan in the dust. Nan-nan and the Old Guard don’t want to be left in the dust. Hilarity and in-fighting ensue.
      Our President is just helping them set up their wrasslin’ match. They are going to do it anyway, might as well help them out.

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    • TPW says:

      Just the way PT operates…..if he can use his enemy for an advantage then so be it……it is why he is a cut above the rest. Does not let the Sinful Nature of “getting even” cloud his judgement or keep him from making a deal.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Lose the snark….we need a solution fir rebellious states that refuse to protect the vote. This election any many before it are a joke.

      Any ideas? Or you just going to take pot shots from the sidelines?

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    • WSB says:

      Mia, Mia, Mia…if you are new here, have a look at the archives.

      President Trump always is gracious to people until they cross him. However he KNOWS Pelosi has an ultra left wing that will NOT get along with her. So, if she is in power, she will have a fractious Democrat side of the House. That could easily split the House into three broken tribes.

      Additionally, if Pelosi stays on in a leadership role, President Trump has invited her to do good thing s for the country. If she decides that impeachment is her focus, he will burn the House down.

      President Trump has enough info to put Nancy and all of her committee chairs away for about 20 years or so.

      So, President Trump has just boxed her in, almost forcing Nancy to be a sitting duck as Speaker, asking Republican House members to aid in her indigestion by voting for her.

      Lighten up!

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    • Just sowing a little discord with a smile.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      Mia C, never forget that our president loves to like whomever but what he really is saying he ain’t their friend nor supporting them. He knew the democrats would win the House and we wanted the Senate to win because a lot of Pelosi, DiFi and Schumer want needs the Senate to ok same. They have little power in the House and Trump prefers it that way. The more the democrats spout nonsense and this and that, the more they are causing their party to die even faster than it is now, and also ticking off voters in 2020. Now that is what he does if you have been following him. Butter them up and then burn them. It might also be called stringing them alone until…

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  9. Amy2 says:

    So I picked up four books at a thrift store yesterday for .25 cents a piece. I go to pay and the lady (gray haired) says $1.07. I hand her a dollar and say (joking) okay, let me dig for the tax. She says, “You’ll have to talk to Trump about that.” I said, “You mean President Trump who cut my taxes and takes care of our veterans?”

    !. I’m amazed that people still think it’s okay to say whatever they want to a perfect stranger (let a lone a customer)
    2. How can you be that old and not know that President Trump is not the governor of Florida, and that you are collecting a STATE sales tax? Sigh.

    BTW Michelle Malkin’s “Culture of Corruption” and Mark Steyn were pretty good snags for .25 so there’s that.

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    • Michelle says:

      Good for you! What did she say in return?!

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    • agentcommonsense says:

      There isn’t supposed to be any tax on goods from a thrift store unless its a for profit thrift store and I have never heard of a for profit thrift store. Sounds like the person at the register is scamming people. I bet the receipt doesn’t show tax on it

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      • Amy2 says:

        They are lots of “for profit” thrift stores. This is for hospice but thank you for bringing that up, it’s a good point. Very unlike me, but I didn’t keep the receipt. I will next time!

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      • JMC says:

        Here in CT I have to pay CT sales tax at the Salvation Army store.

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        • Carrie says:

          Ugh, I’m stuck in CT too. Next up, tolls and higher property taxes..

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        • JMC,
          I don’t know how Salvation Army operates, but my personal experience with them was that they wanted brand new in box items for donations. I have been to couple of Salvation Army stores and none of the item looked new. So I am kind of stumped as to how they operate. Any treepers having any experience with donations to Salvation Army can throw some light? I appreciate any help anybody can provide.

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    • Honest Abbey says:

      I wouldn’t be too upset at the little old gray haired lady….. of course she knows that President Trump isn’t responsible for the state sales tax. It’s likely she blames him for everything just like I blame Obama for EVERYTHING every chance I get, regardless of where I am, and I’m still blaming him to this day.

      I am more irritated over the “double dipping” of sales tax. It’s legal but I think it’s Tax Fraud perpetrated by the State upon the consumer.

      When you purchase used items at a thrift store, somebody has already paid tax on those items when they were purchased new.
      Why should anyone be subjected to pay tax AGAIN??? This drives me insane!

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      • Amy2 says:

        I think that’s where the “for profit” part comes in. I get your point, kinda like the inheritance tax! That ALWAYS infuriated me.

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        • Honest Abbey says:

          Hi Amy!
          Even if it’s “for profit” the burden shouldn’t be placed on the consumer in the form of a fraudulent “sales tax” (mis)appropriated on used items.
          Let that be between the person(s) making the profit and the State when income taxes are filed.

          Side note: I’m certain that even non profits collect sales tax on used items…..Good Will and The Salvation Army collect sales tax.

          It’s Just Another Government SCAM!!!

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      • bob says:

        It is a “sales” tax. Not item tax.

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        • Honest Abbey says:

          It’s a “sales tax” on USED ITEMS.
          In Minnesota, clothing “items” are tax exempt, meaning the State does not charge a “sales tax” on clothing, new or used.

          I’m simply suggesting that used items should also be tax exempt because a “sales tax” has already been collected on those items when they were purchased new.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Double dipping is what governments do. It hides the true cost of taxes.

        They tax you on making money. They tax you on spending money. And then when you hold what you bought, they tax it as property. They tax you on gifting money. And they tax you on inheriting money.

        They tax you with inflation.

        They tax businesses for making profits. And they tax businesses for creating value. And they also tax businesses for holding inventory or property.

        It goes on and on. And then they manipulate our behaviours with all the taxes. And if you have any money and fail to contribute enough to them, they will tax you into the poor house.

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      • WSB says:

        Yes, but Obama DID ruin everything. So…blamable.

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    • alligatriot says:

      Nice work, Amy2!

      It seems like such a little thing, to respond in the way you did, but your nugget of information will roll around in that lady’s head and might just motivate her to seek more information.

      So many people get the news, almost by osmosis, from (gulp) MSM sources or from friends and relatives who interpret what they heard from the MSM.

      And who knows, maybe someone else nearby heard what you said and now THEY might go look for more info!

      You might have started a whole information epidemic!

      We should all follow your example.

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    • mimbler says:

      We were cleaning out our books (out of room), and took several boxes to the local used bookstore.

      The owner sorted through them, and set aside the conservative political books (mostly like new hardbacks), and sniffed, “We don’t buy that sort of books”. I live in a conservative Kansas City, so the books would have sold well.

      Well, it was certainly her right, as was our right to never enter that shop again (and we were very regular customers).

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    • Prairierose123 says:

      I miss Mark Steyn… haven’t seen him on Tucker in a long while now that I think about it, but I don’t really watch fox anymore so…

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  10. agentcommonsense says:

    Anyone here from Alabama ? Just asking because on FOX someone said that Jeff Sessions is still totally popular in Alabama..
    Ok if Alabama believes Jeff put a knife in President Trumps back and twisted it would he still be popular in Alabama
    Is the person on FOX saying this just full of Shiot and just throwing out more disinformation ?

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    • D says:

      Sessions is a coward and if Alabama likes him still then they have some soul searching to do.

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      • jackphatz says:

        But….he is a “R” vote.

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      • 4sure says:

        Sessions has not lived in Alabama since he went to DC and I doubt he will return to Alabama. He will either start his own law firm in DC or join one and use his AG title to rake in the big bucks. Of course he will not work on any cases, just lend his name to the firm.

        What a scam.

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        • TPW says:

          From Alabama and the answer is NOPE. Been saying for a long time Sessions is not that savvy. I think he was always behind the 8 ball even while in the Senate. Yes he is a straight arrow “rule of law” guy but he was/is naive to the corruption of government.

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  11. rondo123456 says:

    Thus, in this situation, the conservative principles we advocate were upheld. A judge ruled based not on personal whim but on a sincere grasp of Constitutional principles as he understands them. And the President of the United States — whom his Left Democrat haters regularly accuse of manifesting autocratic and anti-democratic tendencies — once again has responded, as he always does, by accepting the rule of law, deferring to the Constitution’s division of powers, and allowing that his desired outcome will not be.

    This respect that President Trump consistently manifests for the Constitution’s division of powers deserves an extra emphasis: Every time a judge has ruled against his Administration, President Trump respectfully and dutifully has complied. When the courts ruled against his entry ban, he complied. When they ruled against the way he wanted to handle families illegally crossing at the southern border, he complied. When an Obama judge recently stopped the Keystone XL pipeline, he complied. He always complies. Similarly, when his repeal-and-replace effort on Obamacare was stymied in the Senate, he accepted the setback and complied. When he could not (yet) get $25 billion from Congress to build The Wall, he complied. He always complies. Thus, it is beyond despicable that the Left Media and their Democrat stooges — or is it the other way around? — continue accusing this President of being anything short of a Constitutionally consistent leader who, for all his tweeting, always upholds the rule of law as prescribed by our Constitution.

    https://spectator.org/so-invite-him-in/

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  12. Cat Lady says:

    Mississippi update: 2 RALLIES by our VSGPDJT on Monday 11/26 the day before the runoff!!! The first is in Tupelo at 5 pm CST and the second is in Biloxi at 8 pm CST!!!

    You’re going down, Espy!!!!

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  13. D says:

    Question.. Is Trump just going to tweet about the special counsel for the next 6 years or is he actually going to pony up and do something about it? Not that it really matter anyways because I’m sure Mueller has already completed what he was sent there to do. I don’t have any other complaints but this is just ridiculous. POTUS is being extorted by the DOJ and is too scared to do anything about it.

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    • Buck says:

      As far as Mueller and even the DOJ is concerned, it’s looking as if their prime target (other than POTUS) was always Assange, the man that originally exposed the permanent state’s crimes.
      After he’s arrested, I don’t look for any open court proceedings either. It will probably all be hidden in the name of “national security.” Might even fire up those military tribunals at GITMO so many are fired up about.

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    • Landslide says:

      There is one thing that Donald J. Trump is NOT and that is scared. 🙄

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    • tdaly14 says:

      There’s nothing he can do about the Mueller Witch Hunt politically. I like him tweeting about it myself. Tweet away Mr. President!

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    • rf121 says:

      You appear to be new here. You should read more before posting. Otherwise, us regulars may come to the opinion that you are an idiot.

      But to be nice PT must let this play out. If he interferes with the SC then the democrat House will use it for grounds for impeachment. So for now, tweets will do.

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  14. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Time to put away the Mississippi Senate race. It’s only a “live” race because of 2 attempts to hit the GOP candidate with the race card. Sad, but expected.

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  15. JX says:

    Text messages released on Wednesday appear to support Trump confidant Roger Stone’s testimony that a New York radio show host was his source for information about WikiLeaks’ plans to release information damaging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

    “Julian Assange has kryptonite on Hillary,” Randy Credico wrote to Stone on Aug. 27, 2016, according to text messages that Stone provided to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

    “You are not going to drag my name into this are you,” Credico wrote on Sept. 29, 2016, suggesting that he was worried that Stone would identify him as his source for public claims he was making about WikiLeaks’ plans.

    “[B]ig news Wednesday,” Credico wrote on Oct. 1, 2016, days before WikiLeaks began releasing emails stolen from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. “Now pretend u don’t know me.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/14/roger-stone-wikileaks-randy-credico-mueller/

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  16. ladypenquin says:

    I’m not pollyanna, but this guy, unseen1_unseen is able to keep perspective and backs up what he says with facts and figures.

    This is today’s thread regarding the election outcome. Worth reading. Then check out several other threads he’s written since the election – he makes sense, and now that the dust is settling, we can lose some of the angst. Yes, he has the data.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Another way of saying this, per Unseen1_unseen: “If there was a blue wave, it was matched by a Trump wave.”

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      • TPW says:

        Concerning the election…….I truly believe there was considerable cheating……Stacy Abrams wants to blame racism…..racism sure didn’t affect the number of white votes she had to get to end up with a total of 48+%. Georgia’s black population has to be around 15%+-. If racism affected the vote than Kemp should have ran away with the election. Now if Kemp wants to claim racism on the part of blacks in Georgia he may have a point.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          It shocks me the high percentage of white folks who would vote for a loser like Abrams. It’s not about race, it’s simply about logic and reasonableness. When whites vote for a black racist…well, it makes no sense to me.

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          • ladypenquin says:

            Let me be clear that I’m pointing out the fact that anyone, white, black or otherwise, if they’re racist – they don’t belong in elected office. That’s the point I’m trying to make.

            Gillium and Abrams played the race card, along with trying to sell policies which contradict everything this country stands for – what decent American could vote for that?

            I guess it has to do with ignorance… the media covers up the truth about these candidates, and too many people are attracted to shiny objects. Nothing explains how these people were even competitive. But then, I don’t understand how half the country could vote for Democrats who hate America, hate God, and have no trouble murdering the unborn.

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            • Dutchman says:

              MAYBE half the country DIDN’T vote Democrat.
              It was after the ‘hanging chad fiasco’ in FLORIDA that we had ‘election reform’, which included a lot more election by papaerless computers (machines supplied by $oro$), and ‘provisional’ ballots, as well as extension of mail in ballots to more States.

              Whats happening in Florida exposes the methods; count election day, ‘in person’ ballots, in order to know how much of a ‘shortfall’ you need to make up, then sort provisional, and mail in with ? Signatures, and add 90% dem 10% R, enough to make Dem the winner.

              And, this may well be only one of multiple methods the Dems have come up with, to ‘game’ the system.

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            • WSB says:

              If the Dems are having to recount and stuff ballots, there was a lot more gerrymandering of the votes, IMHO. I think the vote totals may have been manipulated even prior to recounts.

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              • ladypenquin says:

                Likely. I wonder if they didn’t inflate the numbers when sent over, and now have to report them as “missing” when they were non-existent in the first place.

                While we’re all focused on Florida, California is where the big massive steal has taken place.

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    • Convert says:

      Excellent thread. Yes, Unseen1 is a Twitter I follow.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      That’s why it wasn’t worth getting horribly upset over (the election outcomes). On top of that, the Dems have saddled themselves with some real winner-winner-chicken dinners (as well as an impending show down between all of their different little groups). And the Senate held (and gets to watch the House freak show, knowing full well it could be them).

      While it would have been nice to see a Trump tsunami, at the very least this isn’t as awful as it could be…although I think the voters are going to have some serious buyer’s remorse with some of these Dems before they even get sworn in (goodness knows it’s happening in my neck of the woods already)…that will suck for those of us who didn’t want the Dems, but let the Dem voters get it right in the slats…good. and. hard.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I believe there was a Trump tsunami in both elections, but we couldn’t tell for all the Dem voter fraud. I believe Hillery had it all set up for her win and figured Trump had to have done a better job of voter fraud than she did. LOL

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        • mariposa232 says:

          Without the vote fraud it would have been a red wave ! My neighbor told me when she went to vote in person she saw people without docs being allowed to vote provisionally . When she asked the poll worker about why they were allowed , she said it would be for ” later ” in case they could produce documents . Yeah right ! I’m in Florida , think this isn’t happening everywhere ? Who , might I ask , has made it so easy for the Dems ?? Something is really rotten here . This needs to go to the SCOTUS , or we don’t stand a chance in 2020.

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    • JX says:

      Big mistake.

      > Trump’s lawyers have said that they are willing to let Trump respond to questions in writing about possible collusion between the Russian government and campaign. But they have asserted that questions about potential obstruction of justice regarding the firing of James Comey as FBI director are off limits.

      Mueller will generate obstruction charges from the responses to the collusion questions. Is he using DOJ lawyers?

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  17. motreehouse says:

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    • Sneaky Pete says:

      As SD says in a newer post, the scale of the disaster in CA, and the number of people dead, are a direct consequence of CA Dems Moonbeam and Newsom. I think that’s why they’re there. Now if Uranium 1 and Benghazi and Weiner sex tapes and a WH coup can be hidden by the media, I suppose a few hundred dead Californians won’t make much of a wrinkle. To put it Hillary’s way, what difference would it make at this point who’s to blame in CA?

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    • JX says:

      It’s only because they want money.

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    • convert says:

      They just want money. AS soon as they scrape up all the ashes and get millions in tax dollars, they’ll go back to calling him a Nazi and everything else…

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  18. Concerned Virginian says:

    It appears to me that Robert Mueller, who will be unsatisfied no matter WHAT answers he will receive from the Interrogatories he demanded from President Trump, is going to try to take POTUS down anyway via Julian Assange + Roger Stone. This is entirely aside from the upcoming attempts by the Democrats in the new House to also find some avenue to remove the President. Do I have this correct?
    Still don’t see anything from Rudy Giuliani, it seems he’s MIA.

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    • motreehouse says:

      Concern VA– Key word TRY
      Regards to Rudi- when the President wants Him to make an appearance He will.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Mueller’s goal is to take down Julian Assange and has been since 2010.

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    • D says:

      Well if POTUS is dumb enough to let that all go down then I say farewell. And if that happens then he’s clearly not the guy capable of draining the swamp. Guess we will have to wait for someone who is capable.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        Nice try fakey.

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      • Landslide says:

        You are welcome to disagree with President Trump’s actions, but please refrain from using language that berates him. It makes you sound childish and/or foolish.

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        • D says:

          Sorry I stand on principle and you worship Trump just as liberals worshiped Obama

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          • Jim in TN says:

            You know D, we have watched a whole lot of ‘principled’ people openly betray every last principle to attack Trump. Frankly, it looks like all the Trump attackers never had any principles. They were just lying to us about their principles.

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      • D, please elaborate regarding what power President Trump has , while following the Constitution (unlike 0bama who I think violated Constitution and his constitutional duties) , that he is not using, suggesting that President Trump is not the guy who can drain the swamp?

        He was clearly stymied by Sessions, that lead to dems successfully putting him in a box with Mule-err phony investigation.

        Show me one agency or branch of government that is on board with drain-the-swamp agenda, other than of course President Trump!

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        • D says:

          He’s the head of the executive branch and is letting a coup go on in his DOJ. Stick to your principles and don’t worship someone.

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          • D, are you trolling or simply having fun? I am not sure yet.

            Stick to first reading comments –> Then try and understand –> Then start commenting on that comment.

            Based on what I see you are doing – you have set your mind with “Trump is bad”.

            If you are venting because of past few days then it is understandable but you are venting against the wrong man.

            Get a grip on yourself. Reeducate yourself by going through entire research of Sundance before writing comments like “He’s the head of the executive branch and is letting a coup go on in his DOJ.”. Comments like this makes it obvious that you have been living under a rock for past 2 years.

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      • Joemama says:

        D: Which Brock organization do you work for? Go back to your day job being cabana boy for George Soros.

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        • D says:

          Can’t take a little criticism of your messiah? You sound like the rabid liberals who didn’t stick to principle and sided with Obama on everything

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      • Eagle Feathers says:

        D? Does that stand for Democrat or dummy? Just curiousexclamation
        Surely even if you aren’t a God type person you have to recognize that Donald J Trump is not an average normal person. If you are a God connected Christian you probably would recognize that he is at least chosen for a special mission! There is nothing ordinary about Trump!
        Some believe he is the one who was prophesied about for over a thousand years! Which would make him very very very special in which case he wouldn’t be here just to fill it another 4 years in an uneventful presidency. He is here on a mission from God and you should thank God everyday on your knees because your butt would be in one hell of a mess if it weren’t for our beloved POTUS!

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    • Dutchman says:

      It seems to me this is VERY dangerous, or shaky ground, going after assange.

      Assange buys ink by the traincar load, and mueller has no way of knowing what info assange may have, in HIS insurance,policy.

      Hey, muley, heres a tip; DON’T poke a hibernating bear, or a hornets nest!

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    • Avi says:

      I wonder how many blood relatives of mullers are buried in Bitburg?

      Liked by 1 person

  19. singingsoul says:

    I thought this to be interesting from Kushner interview with Van Johns on prison reform.
    I know the topic has past but only today I was able to find again the interview. To me it explains how Kushner deals with POTUS and how he manages to influence POTUS.

    Liked by 3 people

    • motreehouse says:

      Kushner interview starts at 19:00. I am glad i watched it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra-VA says:

      Jared’s portion started at around the 18:30 mark and EVERYONE should watch and listen to what he says. He talks about the people on the right and their arguments against the bill… and how he overcame those arguments. Those are the SAME arguments that are being thrown around here. Also, this bill does not do what the naysayers are saying it does… so listen to Jared.

      This young man is quite remarkable.

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      • Landslide says:

        VERY remarkable. Any Kushner-bashers need to watch his entire segment. He commands respect. Highly intelligent, mature, and dignified. So glad I watched this. (Just his segment) I know he was the brains behind the electoral win strategy—-He & Brad Parscale worked together and Brad gave him much credit.

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    • Michelle says:

      Wow, that was actually a very nice, respectful and therefore great, interview. I appreciated that Van Jones let Jared answer questions instead of interrupting and talking over him like other interviewers do. And that allowed Jared to give a lot of insight and info. Great job, both of them.

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      • WSB says:

        Jones, as a card carrying Communist, will always let his opposition speak.

        He is sizing up Jared. Jones is pretty intelligent, but not on Jared’s level.

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    • Prairierose123 says:

      Thank you for this, it was very informative. I have never listened to Van Jones or ever heard Jerad Kushner really speak before. He certainly knows strategy and Mr. Jones did a nice job of interviewing here. I am learning so much today!

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  20. amanda4321 says:

    https://larouchepac.com/20181116/robert-mueller-and-his-ilk-are-about-commit-massive-crime-will-you-let-them-get-away-it
    By indicting Assange, the United States seeks to shut him up about the biggest intelligence fraud yet conducted in human history—the fraud that the Russians hacked the DNC and Podesta and handed Donald Trump the Presidency. As the Veterans Intelligence Professionals for Sanity have repeatedly demonstrated, “the evidence” that such a hack occurred, as recounted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his indictments of several GRU officers, is extremely dubious at best and more than likely entirely fabricated. The likelihood is that the Clinton and Podesta emails were leaked to Wikileaks and that Julian Assange and former British Ambassador Craig Murray know the name or names of the leakers, as they have said, publicly. The leakers were not Russian state actors.

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    • D says:

      Real question is why is POTUS sitting on his hands and not doing sh*t about any of this?

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      • alligatriot says:

        A. He may be doing something and we are not aware of it.
        B. He may be doing nothing for reasons known to him but not us.

        I do not envision President Trump “sitting on his hands” at any time. Just isn’t his style.

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        • D says:

          In my opinion it Seems like he’s been leveraged into doing nothing. I mean WTF, the entire Russia investigation is supposedly fruit of the poisonous tree and every republican in congress or on tv either doesn’t care or is too stupid or the Russia investigation inst fruit of the poisonous tree.

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      • Lack is not all says:

        The question is: what are you doing here D ? Go back to your boss and tell him that no matter what you do you can not change our minds, to assign you to another blog less stubborn.

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      • upper379 says:

        Lets see. D for Degenerate, Disgusting, Demented, Demonic, Devious, Detestable Despicable, Deranged, and Democrat.

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        • mariposa232 says:

          D – not brainwashed , just not going to,throw the towel in ! Do you have a better alternative to PDJT ?? If so who might that person be ? I still believe he is an acute observer of human nature , like the eagle watching the goat climb higher and higher , knowing that when he reaches the top the slightest move will cause his sure demise . Everything has its time , do you know what is different since Trump became president ? Everything . Everything is in the open now . Choices are being made now , and THAT, is what you don’t see .

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    • JX says:

      The warrant for Assange is to prevent his testifying to Congress.

      They should do it electronically. The DOJ and the rest of the traitors can go to hell.

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    • Buck says:

      Remember awhile back lawyers for Trump’s own campaign argued in court that Wikileaks has first amendment protections even for releasing “stolen” emails. It was part of the bogus DNC law suit against the Trump campaign for colluding with Russia, etc. The law suit was dismissed.
      I’d think they’ll hit Assange with the catch all “Conspiracy” type charges around obtaining and releasing the CIA (vault 7) type of info, along with plenty of bogus spying for Russia charges. Probably even things that happened many years ago.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      So the Dems create a fake dossier that is used by the FBI to submit a fraud on the FISA court so the prior administration can falsely spy on candidate Trump but it is PT who has to submit to answering questions from a bogus SC that knew the Dossier was fake

      Do Imhave that right?

      And after 2 years and many illegalities committed by many within the prior administration, the FBI and the DOJ we still have ZERO indictments?

      The way it is looking unless Whitaker comes alive and moves against those who broke the law, it could come down as PT being the only person charged when then Dems in the house bring impeachment charges.

      Think about it, at least 15-20 people conspire to frame and take down a sitting President and in the end it is the President that gets charged and everyone else walks!

      We are down to Whitaker or bust IMO.

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  21. jackphatz says:

    Found this on Twitter, thought it was an interesting take on a couple of very familiar stories. Who knows anything anymore.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. motreehouse says:

    video of President trump in Paradise california

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  23. motreehouse says:

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  24. NJF says:

    Obviously the 2020 game plan & the GOP isn’t doing anything about it.

    Liked by 5 people

    • motreehouse says:

      Liked by 2 people

      • MAGAbear says:

        Losing (at least) 36 House seats is not a good showing. Granted, alot of the losses are due voting “irregularities”, but we have work to do in 2020.

        Liked by 1 person

        • motreehouse says:

          It is a good thread by unseen. Yes We have more rinos to eject and need more MAGA candidates, and to clean up the voter fraud.

          Liked by 1 person

        • elmo says:

          Does anyone have the full list of Republican representatives who retired, I’ve heard it 43, or 44 or 45? And of those how many were anti-Trump and/or RINOs? It was an extremely large number and may have been a direct attack against MAGA by the UniParty chamber of Commerce global cabal. This is a war of Wall Street against our glorious MAGA MAIN STREET patriots. We must stand our ground.

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          • MAGAbear says:

            Many of those retiring reps bought into the MSM’s “blue wave” tripe and decided to bail out instead of staying and fighting (some of these reps never had a difficult race before).

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  25. MAGAbear says:

    While we all suspect that’s there is massive voter fraud going on (or as someone recently put, electoral fraud), finding out how the dimms are doing it is what needs to be exposed. Here’s one way that I believe they are doing it, expecially in California. Consider these numbers:

    Total votes cast in CD 41: 105,021 (solid democrat district)

    Total votes cast in CD 40: 101,116 (solid democrat didstrict)

    Total votes cast in CD 39: 218,508 (Young Kim’s district, leans GOP)

    More votes were cast in Young Kim’s district than in the two neighboring districts combined! All congressional districts are made up of equal population numbers, so how can that disparity in votes be? The answer likely is that democrats, instead of voting in their districts where the democrat is a lock to win (not even a GOP challenger in these districts), they vote absentee or by provisional ballot in the competitive districts, which is why the Republican leads on election day but that lead gets erased when all the provisional and mail in ballots get counted. Same thing appears to have happened to Mimi Walters:

    Total votes cast in CD 44: 121,274 (solid democrat district)

    Total votes cast in CD 46: 121,724 (solid democrat district)

    Total votes cast in CD 45: 264,271 (Walters district)

    Again, the total votes in Walters district is more than in the two neighboring solid democrat district combined!

    So we know how the dimms are doing this, but in a state like CA where the dimms control all levers of power, what will be done to stop it?

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    • MAGAbear says:

      Sorry for the few spelling mistakes, typing on an old android can be perilous! :0

      Liked by 3 people

      • Dutchman says:

        MAGAbear;
        Yes, this occurred to me recently, as well. They USED to bus voters across state lines, from solid blie states, to purple states.
        Now, they do it with districts, and don’t need to bus anymore, what with mail in and provisional ballots.
        And, to the actual voters, they can justify their behavior; “Look, your GOING to vote Democrat, but if you vote in YOUR district, your vote won’t ‘matter’, if you vote in next district over, your vote will ‘count’ for something, and make a difference!”

        Not that I agree, but I can see how some people would ‘buy’the rationale.

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        • TPW says:

          Why separate into districts then? Are there rules that have been broken? It seems the republican voters have a legitimate reason to contest….

          Liked by 1 person

          • MAGAbear says:

            I would suspect that if you look at the addresses these “voters” are using, you’ll find alot of them “live” in the same buildings.

            Liked by 3 people

            • snarkybeach says:

              like the Broward co worker that returned a rental with a box of ballots in the trunk. the guy has 24 addresses registered in his name (or some slight variation of his name).

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            • elmo says:

              But don’t the addresses have to be assigned to specific districts? How can they cast their address in the wrong district and have it counted? It definitely doesn’t compute.

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              • MAGAbear says:

                They simply change their address from where they actually live to somewhere in the neighboring district. These districts near and in Los Angeles are very compact and close geographically, many people have family all across those districts. They simply just register at a family members address or maybe an abandoned building address.

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    • motreehouse says:

      You make a good point abt congress districts suppoded to be districted by population. Those numbers for population come from the census.

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    • TPW says:

      This is where the RNC needs to challenge make it national news whether they get state to do something or not…….there has to be something to stop this before next election,

      Liked by 2 people

      • mikeyboo says:

        ALL state election crime should be a federal crime as it affects representation in our national Congress/Senate. At that point the feds will be able to investigate and prosecute even if the states fail to protect the integrity of the election.

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        • WSB says:

          It should. Our Federal code guarentees us fair elections, so there is a federal component to all of this.

          I may call our one House candidate who lost, just to find out if there are any ‘irregularities’ he encountered.

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    • mariposa232 says:

      But that is exactly what they were doing in Florida as well , only they really botched it !!!!

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  26. rustybritches says:

    Assange has said a few thousand times that it was not the Russians who gave them the Emails and the information, and I think we all know who did, just because the family of Seth Rich had been threatened and told not to talk about any of this does not make what happened any better.
    Seth Rich was mad about what the DNC did and he just go even with all of them, however he lost his life doing so The President needs to Protect Assange and not allow the Dems to ever get their hands on him,

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  27. Dora says:

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    • TPW says:

      Do none of these people have homeowners insurance? It pays to stay in hotels…..or does the CA legislature let insurance screw people over like they do in hurricane states….

      Liked by 2 people

    • PremAmericaReturns says:

      Yet again, I’m astounded by how naive our side is.

      California wants this. Democrats want this. The media wants this.

      These images don’t help us by showing how bad California is.

      These images are designed to be Donald Trump’s Katrina.

      They never stop with their smear campaigns.

      Our side never is smart enough to see their true purpose.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      Ok, no. I saw video on this makeshift camp in the parking lot.
      Having seen plenty of people (very poor people some of them) made instantly homeless, and shirtless, food/water-less, and even more penniless by floods and tornadoes here in the Midwest, I was a bit shocked by the “summer festival” atmosphere of this situation. Trash everywhere, nobody doing any cleaning up, what looks like a flea market going on (however did they manage to get all of those clothes and goodies running away from a fire???), somebody playing frisbee with their dog…every disaster I’ve seen has involved people huddling in shelters under donated blankets or desperately trying to find out about lost loved ones/friends/pets or what can be done about finding a place to live, some new clothes etc. and not half as trashed up.
      I wanted to scream “how about picking up your damn trash and getting to an emergency shelter? or if none is available, how about picking up your damn trash and not clogging the parking lot?”…work together and arrange a shelter perhaps??? Would it be so much to ask???
      And you are not bloody “refugees”. I’m beginning to run out of pity…

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        People/benefactors bought those clothes and supplies that you are seeing in that parking lot. They were donated to those people.

        These people are in SHOCK – they have lost EVERYTHING, including loved ones… some still don’t know where their loved ones are.

        And you begrudge a moment of normal with a dog and a Frisbee?

        The person posting that tweet with video obviously has a political agenda. The news reports and interviews I have seen with those people in that parking lot are heartbreaking.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          When there are “women and children sleeping out”, then you can leave off playing frisbee with the dog and making sure they are in those tents that people kindly donated. Or cleaning up the trash, or both.
          I’m not begrudging — people do as they please — I’m just running out of pity.
          If those clothes are donated then somebody in that encampment get a team together and start sorting and distributing.
          Sorry not sorry, but I’ve been through a few floods and tornadoes around here — and my “flyover hicks” were also in shock (and a lot of the time the donations were local because the news media kinda took the tack of “oh to H with those worthless flyover hicks”) — didn’t stop them from getting out there and getting some things done…like making sure no women and children were sleeping out.

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          • Jenny R. says:

            By all means, let’s leave all those donated clothes out where they can get all wet and ruined — put them under a tarp maybe???
            And yes, the Cali Dems want this: ooooh noooo, where’s the President! These poor poor people!
            BS — the state government did this, and continues to do so to try and smear the President…and those poor people voted that into office, and how many of them would do so again?
            Like I said: I watched people here in the Midwest, through flood and tornado, get to see Obama’s backside as he turned away from them in their time of need…so I’m growing fresh out of charity.

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            • andyocoregon says:

              Those were three heartless posts, Jenny R, IMO. If you’re running out of charity and sympathy for these evacuees who most likely have lost almost everything they own, including friends and neighbors, then you never had much to begin with.
              And for all you know they may have voted for President Trump. Just because they live in California doesn’t make them liberals or Democrats.
              Put yourself in their situation and think how you’d react if you had only minutes to grab whatever you could and hightail it out of your home only to find out it burned to the ground along with you place of employment.
              I’ll make a donation in your name to the American Red Cross.

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          • Sandra-VA says:

            Maybe that man who threw the frisbee for his dog one time and then looked down and the dog came closer to him LOST HIS FAMILY IN THAT FIRE. Maybe throwing that frisbee was the dog’s attempt to get him to cheer up – which didn’t work.

            Good grief, Jenny. I was actually thinking that I might have over-reacted a little to your first post having just viewed the video of the man who found his neighbors burned to death in their cars…. so I came back to this thread to apologize.

            And here I find your further ruminations showing that you are just completely heartless.

            I have seen some callousness around here sometimes, but your comments are completely … well, horrid.

            Sorry, I cannot get over this. I will move on now.

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    • Michelle says:

      With so many of our own citizens becoming refugees that need our help, I wonder if the left still thinks we should be taking care of the thousands of people marching over the border.

      Liked by 4 people

    • dogsmaw says:

      Ill let this tweet speak for me SMH

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  28. bflyjesusgrl says:

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  29. Paintingjan says:

    OK, enough from “D”.
    Examples today from this jerk:
    1.) Question.. Is Trump just going to tweet about the special counsel for the next 6 years or is he actually going to pony up and do something about it? Not that it really matter anyways because I’m sure Mueller has already completed what he was sent there to do. I don’t have any other complaints but this is just ridiculous. POTUS is being extorted by the DOJ and is too scared to do anything about it.

    2.) Well if POTUS is dumb enough to let that all go down then I say farewell. And if that happens then he’s clearly not the guy capable of draining the swamp. Guess we will have to wait for someone who is capable.

    3.) Real question is why is POTUS sitting on his hands and not doing sh*t about any of this?

    You need to just show some respect to our President, or go back to whatever leftie organization pays you to be here sowing discord and hurling insults at our President.
    SHOW SOME RESPECT!!!

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  30. Gil says:

    Finally. Gillum un unconcedes!

    Liked by 6 people

  31. Dennis Leonard says:

    Somebody check into this,it is BS off MSNBC,
    “About a month ago, Donald Trump first declared publicly that he and congressional Republicans were working “around the clock” on a “very major” new tax cut, which would be ready no later than Nov. 1, despite the fact that Congress was effectively out of session until after the elections. No one in Congress had any idea what the president was talking about, and even White House officials quietly conceded they were “mystified.”

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  32. Dora says:

    Islamic Republic of Iran to be declared in breach of chemical weapons bans
    November 17, 2018 11:00 AM By Robert Spencer

    Trump again moves to undo the massive damage done by his predecessor, who did so very much to enable and empower the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2018/11/islamic-republic-of-iran-to-be-declared-in-breach-of-chemical-weapons-bans

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  33. rumpole2 says:

    I see headline..

    Senate Republicans pushing for Trump to appoint a permanent AG, soon.

    I see some reason to disagree… provided Whitaker gets ACTIVE soon himself. A hit man so to speak going through the DoJ etc. At least getting a load of criminal investigations started and preferably starting to arrest a few crooks.
    He can IGNORE the howls of the Dems.. in fact it may make the Dems pay attention and CONFIRM a permanent AG they might otherwise have “resisted”.

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  34. rumpole2 says:

    It seems likely to me that now that we have got this far that Trump and team are waiting for The Mueller Hoax to END before making major moves themselves… indictments and arrests. I see some sense in that at this stage, but Mueller should never have got started/should have been shut down after 6 months.
    I HOPE that Whitaker has already initiated some major criminal investigations.
    If Mueller does not end soon… I think Whitaker should go full steam ahead anyway.

    Liked by 3 people

    • mimbler says:

      I’m pretty confident mueller won’t fold up his tent until Trump is out of office, so if they are waiting for that before making major moves, I don’t see anything getting done,

      Liked by 1 person

      • rumpole2 says:

        I am TRYING to see a positive scenario. 🙂
        There was no hope with Sleepy Jeff about.. there is at least some hope now he is gone.

        Liked by 1 person

        • mimbler says:

          true enough! 🙂

          Liked by 1 person

        • Carrie says:

          I’m (probably naively) hoping that Whittaker releases a whole bunch of documents about Uranium One unredacted. (We can then call it Uranium 2.0)

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          • rumpole2 says:

            I lost interest in “release of documents”. The notion being that “crimes will be exposed” (to the public.
            It is far more important that any documents are used as EVIDENCE in proper criminal investigations. In fact if there were criminal investigations the documents should NOT be made public while investigations continue.. witnesses are confronted with information from documents etc.

            I think the probes/inquiries/ release documents game is past being silly. We KNOW there was corruption… we will see the details when evidence is “discovered” as part of a Criminal Trial.

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            • oldschool says:

              Agree Rumpole. We had 3 survivors of Benghazi publicly tell their story, a movie made detailing the attacks and inaction, lies of government officials and half the country is still ignorant to the facts. Prosecutions are the only justice.

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    • Michelle says:

      I don’t even need them to make arrests. I just want them to protect Trump. So far he has been left vulnerable to defamatory lies and nonsense.

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  35. Liked by 6 people

  36. andyocoregon says:

    The White House will seat Abilio James Acosta in the front row at future press briefings.

    Liked by 6 people

  37. joan and bill says:

    please sign petition by we the people, your voice in government to investigate voter fraud on a national level we signed it

    Liked by 3 people

  38. IMO says:

    George Papadopoulos on Twitter: “Big development: Joseph Mifsud is tied directly to Christopher Steele and Alexander Downer’s former chief of staff. He was also on Jamal Khashoogi’s payroll.” / Twitter
    https://mobile.twitter.com/GeorgePapa19/status/1063948108671766528

    Damn.

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  39. Franklin says:

    Labor shortage no problem!

    Meet The “Heavy Labor” Humanoid Robot Set To Revolutionize Construction

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-17/meet-heavy-labor-humanoid-robot-set-revolutionize-construction

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  40. dogsmaw says:

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  41. kinthenorthwest says:

    This thread is showing something very eerie… If it has been posted before I apologize.

    Liked by 2 people

    • nwtex says:

      kin– Just curious. Do you think that is current? iirc we were given control of the airport in 2010 after the big earthquake.

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        • nwtex says:

          Gosh,kin…… Sorry you went thru the trouble to post all those tweets and links.
          I had see them all when I went looking around for the airport take over.
          The one I was searching for was the retreat she posted (looked like it may have been a mobll acct) from “travelgov”re the airport take over That particular tweet wasn’t on their @TravelGov = Travel – State Dept Verified account—-(the one that she posted)
          NOW it is missing from her twitter. Very odd.

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            Not odd why do you think there is no more Kinthenorthwest twitter account…
            Still trying to figure out why politicians, upcoming politicians, Hollywood elite and other liberals can spew literal threats against trump & are still on twitter.
            You would not believe the hate that is spewed & some of the words use….Don’t dare use the “C”word or “F’ word or you just might fight yourself in twat jail, shadow banned or worse loss of your account.

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        • nwtex says:

          Intrigue.

          Corey Lynn 🙏 🇺🇸
          ‏ @CoreysDigs
          18m

          People have been informing me they cannot access my site. I had a surge in traffic and it bumped me offline. I am not being hacked. I apologize. I will have this fixed tmrw. Please bookmark my site and it should be back up soon.
          9:52 PM – 17 Nov 2018

          Chris Jones
          ‏ @RightMindedBlac
          Replying to @annabooper @CoreysDigs

          I would imagine then that the hosting company has taken down her site/and or the servers hosting her site. Someone/thing doesn’t want the truth out. Corey has gotten way too close to the #truth. Pls be careful Corey
          9:27 PM – 17 Nov 2018

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          • kinthenorthwest says:

            Oh crap…

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            • nwtex says:

              Corey Lynn 🙏 🇺🇸
              ‏ @CoreysDigs
              9h

              22) While I am in a holding pattern, awaiting more info, I just want to reiterate that I am being told, they believe the U.S. forces are at the Port-au-Prince airport in case they need to evacuate Americans. I’ve seen many people expand on this.
              —–
              Corey Lynn 🙏 🇺🇸
              ‏ @CoreysDigs
              7h7 hours ago

              23) I’m fully aware my website is still down. I am working on it. I apologize. I am doing the best I can to get it back up and running.
              —–

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    • nwtex says:

      I could not fine that tweet on the @TravelGov twitter (unless it slipped by me)

      I saw this and a few other tweets re demonstrations planned but nothing to do with airport.

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  42. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  43. lawton says:

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  44. If you want an eye opener about our wonderful president and other players today watch the Fountainhead

    -amazing………..

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