November 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #675

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908 Responses to November 25th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #675

  1. replay of video from R/T of the #Caravan Rushing the Border.. Reports of someone KILLED..
    (prompt to the last 5 minutes)..

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  2. zooamerica says:

    Alan Dershowitz says that he thinks Mueller’s final report will be “devastating” for President Trump.

    He also says that the report is unlikely to result in criminal charges.

    WTF, Dershowitz? Is he privy to information being leaked?

    Just remember THIS: Dershowitz was flying with convicted PEDOPHILE Jeffrey Epstein (and Bill Clinton) on the ‘Lolita Express.’

    I wouldn’t trust a word this scumbag says.

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  3. Skippy says:

    Follow Follow @Lee_Saks


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  4. another live feed…

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  5. Sandra-VA says:

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  6. progpoker says:

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  7. JX says:

    Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta, concealed his lucrative position on the board of a company receiving $35 million from Putin.

    • a state-run company founded by Russian President Vladimir Putin, founded in 2011
    focused on nanotechnology
    • Rusnano USA is the sole U.S. subsidiary of Rusnano, located in Menlo Park, California near Stanford University

    John Podesta
    • Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign chairman
    • Obama’s White House staff in 2014 as a senior counselor
    • Bill Clinton’s White House chief of staff

    Podesta and Joule
    In 2011 Podesta joined the boards and executive committees of three related entities:
    • Joule Unlimited, Boston-based
    • Joule Global Holdings, Rotterdam-based
    • Joule Global Stichting, the company’s controlling interest

    Joule and Rusnano
    • Rusnano invested 1 billion ruble ($35 million US) in Joule Unlimited three months after Podesta joined
    • Anatoly Chubais, Rusnano’s CEO, was seated on Joule’s board in February 2012

    Podesta legal problems
    • When Podesta was Obama’s White House staff in 2014 as a senior counselor he failed to reveal his 2011 Joule stock vesting agreement
    • He also failed to disclose 75,000 common shares of Joule stock he received

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  10. Looks like tear Gas has been just deployed..

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  11. bakocarl says:

    Of course, as this event was totally unexpected (/s), we’ll have to wait a bit for the video . . . so that Faux and the other LSMs can appropriately edit it and complete their “at the scene interviews” with their “randomly” chosen participants.

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  12. JX says:

    Where’s the A-10’s

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  14. chojun says:

    Hey all – update from my source (Federal Prosecutor who works for John Huber).

    I had a very brief chat with him today. I asked him what his thoughts were on Mr. Huber testifying before the House Oversight committee on Dec. 5. To my surprise he actually had no idea this was occurring. When I mentioned that he was to testify about the investigation into the Clinton Foundation, he was shocked but in an almost awestruck-with-excitement kind of way.

    He has had 1-on-1 time with Mr. Huber recently but says that Huber is still extraordinarily busy and is not in the office nearly as much as usual. He said that Huber is typically jovial and light-hearted but lately has been worn out, and that he’s been “burning the candle at both ends.”

    My source remarked that he met with one of Huber’s deputies recently and that there is among these people a general distaste for investigating the FBI for wrongdoing. The impression that I got from this is that the people working the case are pretty disheartened by it (in the sense that the FBI should conduct themselves in a manner above reproach not requiring this kind of stuff). They want it to be finished soon.

    My source indicated that he’s actually quite closer to Mr. Huber than I previously thought, but Huber is extraordinarily tight-lipped about everything he’s doing – even among close friends and associates – and will not reveal a single thing about anything. My source has a meeting with him in the near future and will be getting back to me with any other insights. I’ll share them here.

    It sounds like there won’t be any specific info coming from my source about this other than anecdotes and insights. I’m actually encouraged by that in that the DOJ/etc are running this investigation *by the book* and are being so secretive about it that *nothing* is leaking out.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Appreciate your posts, and continue with updates, please.
      That being said, “fool me once”, etc. and “won’t be fooled again”. ACTIONS speek louder than words. Having eaten crow once, after long posting ‘defences’ of Sessions and the plan, I will GLADLY eat crow, again, should Huber be anything other than a head fake, but UNTIL I see something concrete, I won’t allow myself to get caught up in wishful thinking.

      Its just the way it is, at this point….

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      • chojun says:

        I totally agree. Unfortunately for me I subscribed to the Stealth Sessions theory and I didn’t fully understand at the time the implications of his recusal which meant in a basic sense that Sessions in reality had no ability to influence anything at all related to Mueller’s investigation.

        I will say that based on events that are even happening today, the dam holding back everything against the Clintons is appearing to break.

        Trump has a very strategic mind… consider the strategy in this tweet, knowing that Huber is testifying on the 5th.

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        • listingstarboard says:

          Sorry but I do not trust Huber will do anything to damage his standing in the Mormon Church. Don’t forget he was first appointed by Obama.


    • Robert Smith says:

      I hope our optimism is rewarded, but we are too late in the game right now.

      Hopefully, Huber’s story is revealed soon either way. One-by-one the evidence are being cleaned or stuffed in a legal hole as much as they can.


  15. amanda4321 says:

    Latest from FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds (she speaks Turkish and was over there when all of this was going on)
    Breaking News- Khashoggi Case: A Massive PsyOp Concocted by CIA-MI6-Mossad

    Yesterday I broke the news on the bombshell revelations by Former Director of the Turkish Military Intelligence Services, General Ismail Hakki Pekin, via Oda TV Live Coverage on Nov 21. General Pekin, an insider with a long career in Intelligence who has high-level contacts and sources within MI6, CIA and Mossad, made the following statements (Summary Translation) while risking severe backlash from the government here in Turkey:
    • There has been intense behind the scenes competition between the UK and US over ARAMCO and it’s coming IPO, scheduled for 2020, via either the London or New York Stock Exchange (Many billions of dollars’ worth)
    • Jamal Khashoggi was/is very close to certain ARAMCO Board Members, and has been a prize sought by both US and UK players due to his connections
    • UK (MI6) concocted the plans (or fakery) to kidnap Khashoggi
    • The CIA and Mossad got involved in this UK plot
    • The Fiancé was some sort of honeytrap most likely connected to MI6, or possibly the CIA, and is not who “they” claim she is- not genuine
    • They may have selected Turkey as a secondary target to damage its reputation- With the US aiming to set up a Kurdish State in Northern Syria and the possibility of ending its alliance with Turkey

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I know Mexico is used to people just flowing through to the US. Mexico is a in a fragile political and social place currently and this level of public unrest should be squashed by them. Otherwise, the top is going to blow on their cr@ptastic country.


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  22. progpoker says:

    Makes me wonder, if this is where we are supposed to be watching the illegal invaders try to breach our border, where are they really doing it?

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  23. youme says:

    Helping the poor get cash for drugs. They will all walk with no jail time….a non-violent crime under the Van Jones/Jared Kushner “First Step Act”

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  24. youme says:

    Medicare fraud list of fugitives. Most are foreign nationals now back in their home country laughing their heads off at America

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  25. youme says:

    Forty-eight people across the Southern District of Texas have been charged this month with falsely billing for nearly $300 million in medical expenses as part of the federal government’s yearly Medicare Fraud Takedown.

    Overall, authorities have charged 601 defendants in 58 federal districts in connection with $2 billion in losses to Medicare and Medicaid.

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  26. kea says:

    MSM trying to create ‘news’

    Busy Philipps gives Sarah Sanders a dirty look after seeing her at Disney World

    Yahoo comments are VERY telling. Acaully some are a joy to read.

    Poor Sarah can’t even enjoy her time off. And yes the ‘actress’ is named Busy. (Make your own joke)

    I’m also sure Sarah has no clue who this person is or even cares. Too bad Busy didn’t get thrown out. Oh well. Haters got to hate.

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  27. citizen817 says:

    Not an Ann Coulter fan here;
    This interview was pretty good…many topics

    Watters interview w/
    Ann Coulter (13:53)

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  30. yucki says:

    PHASE 1 MEME WAR & WARNWESTEN TRAGEN & VERBREITEN – bis zum 1. Dezember 2018

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    • yucki says:

      Vlad Tepes comments:

      There are indications that the Yellow vest demonstrations in France will move to Germany.

      Twitter and other social media more typically associated with phones, seem to be abuzz with instructions, locations and organizers for massive yellow vest protests to hit every city and town in Germany soon.

      One wonders whether to rejoice, or feel this is a planned tactic to bring down federal governments by long gamers who must have predicted the rise of the real resistance to the communist-islamic revolution.

      In any case, prepare your telescopes to look to the East of France. It could get interesting soon.

      [The video above says December 1.]

      Apparently also in Belgium (Charleroi).
      Dutch correspondent notes: I don’t think it has much to do with communists or islamists. These are people struggling to make ends meet, and are being screwed over by their banker-king.
      It’s not often talked about, but there are many people living in poverty in France, especially up north. And Charleroi is probably the poorest town in Belgium.

      (use above link to see Belgian video [in French])

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  31. youme says:

    This what happens when they started legalizing pot….never give in to these people

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    • Defend says:

      You’ve brought up some fundamental questions to think about.

      Is addiction a criminal act? An overdose? Or is it a physical condition requiring treatment?

      Is cannabis simply for stoners, or is it medicine? Is it both? Is it neither?

      Portugal’s out-of-the-box approach to addressing these questions have set the country on a path to wellness for many with addictions. Mexico’s AMLO is also a problem-solver and has suggested that Mexico take a different approach to its drug problems. I see a global movement away from jail for users – replaced instead with life coaches. And some paint therapy.

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    • iswhatitis says:

      Even tho I don’t know the details of Massachusetts cannabis legalization – I’m willing to bet it wasn’t “because prohibition is dangerous”.

      It was most likely because “medical reasons” and/or “recreational reasons”. I’m further willing to bet that language describing it with medical and/or recreational reasoning was on the ballot, and in its the longer version. And that was what voters voted on.

      Thus I’m willing to bet she’s set up a strawman with her claim that it was “because prohibition is dangerous”. Then she threatens to knock down her strawman (with flimsy “logic”). That’s not even mentioning the strawman itself is flimsy and easy-to-knock-down strawman to begin with, no matter who swipes at it or how flimsy their logc.


      Granted, I could be wrong and it was actually “because prohibition is dangerous”. In that case it would be my lost bet. Still willing to make the bet though.


      • Dutchman says:

        Ironic story, or perhaps not, YOU decide:
        Even many ‘freinds of Bill’ (AA members) don’t know the WHOLE story, about Bill, the founder of AA.

        Late 50’s, early 60’s, he was an INCORRIGIBLE alcoholic. He wanted to quit, had tried many times, unsuccessfully.

        Then he heard about some drug trials, being conducted by researchers from Harvard. Tjey were advertising for incorrigble alcoholics, for an experimental treatment, so he thought what habe I got to lose (buty addiction).
        He spent sevrral sessions, with a councelor, just talking; about his life, his addiction to alcohol, etc. Then he had a ‘special” session; the councelor gave him a medication, and they spent 8 hours; low music in the background, dimmed lights, and they talked.

        Bill felt a spiritual connection to the universe, and talked about things he’d never talked about, with anyone. The anger he harbored, at thos he felt had wronged him,…the guilt he felt, at those HE had wronged, and, by the end of the session, he forgave his trespassers, and forgave himself.

        And, he NEVER had another drink. In fact 98% of those who went thru this experimental treatment, even when contacted 25 years later, had remained sober!

        Bill very much wanted to share this miracle treatment with the world, knowing first hand what a transformational experience it could be, for 10’s of millions of people.

        Unfortunately, soon after his experience, the medication he and the others were given was BANNED, as having NO medical value.

        And so, Bill started AA, trying, WITHOUT the medication, to recreate for members, his experience with the 12 step program, which includes admitting you are helpless to control your addiction, and asking a higher power to intervene, forgiving others for the wrongs they habe done you, forgiving yourself for wrongs you have done, etc.

        Still, despite 70 years of research into addiction, pharmocologically and psychologically, NOTHING comes close to tje success of a 12 step program, although the success rate isn’t anything LIKE the 98% of the experimental program Bill and the others went thru.

        The substance he was given, ….
        Was LSD.
        Think about what a problem addiction is, for our society. And, recently researchers have had great success, using LSD to treat post traumatic stress disorder,…Outside the U.S., because it remains under a BAN, even for research, in the U.S.


  32. JX says:

    Schweizer details the Russian connections of Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta.

    Money flows to the Clintons, technology flows to Russia.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Cool, just like Loral and China in the good old days. When you have a successful business model just replicate.

      What is the global game without good enemies requiring vast sums of money to defeat?


  33. J Gottfred says:

    I took the train (Amtrak) today from the west San Fernando Valley through downtown LA and down to San Juan Capistrano. This train goes through most of industrial LA and OC businesses and one has a view of many of the freight trains being assembled to leave the LA basin. It is a major connecting point for products, (cars, consumer goods, industrial etc) either being imported or exported. The last time I took this train was just before the 2016 election. It was amazing to me the following:

    1) Containers loaded on trains for cross country delivery were beyond count, I have never seen so many loaded and being delivered on trains and routes across the country. Many more than in 2016.

    2) The passenger train I rode in was loaded, and I mean filled to capacity, with people who were unable to find a seat sitting in the isle and by the exit door.

    3) Traffic on the freeways next to the rails was jam packed. I am glad I took the train! And;

    4) Best of all the graffiti, while just as thick and plentiful as in 2016, had no “F… Trump” or other four-letter disgusting depictions/sayings that are negative of our President or the US overall that were prevalent in 2016. (Alright I agree the best are 1 through 3 above). But it seems the idle loafers who may be responsible for the 2016 Trump disparagement, have recognized where their bread is buttered, been deported, or maybe they found a job and have been able to afford new and bright paints and painted over the old propaganda. –Anyway it was a fun trip!

    The train, the best and low stress way to travel! –And priced reasonable too!


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  34. patrickhenrycensored says:
  35. SJM says:

    What’s the Matter with Democrats? A Scathing Look at Liberals

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  36. yucki says:

    Macron wants people to ride public transportation?

    French Muslims yelling Allah O Akbar on the subway to intimidate non Muslim passengers

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  37. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    There doesn’t seem to be anyone complaining about the President’s masterful use of tweets anymore. I really miss that.

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  39. jeans2nd says:

    Couple of good vids from Steve Hilton tonight on immigration. Re: the second vid on U.S. immigration law – would really like a second opinion on this lady’s interpretation of the 1980 law.

    Rep Andy Biggs (R-AZ) explains how his Wall and Wall Funding bill was killed by Paul Ryan 5:44

    U.S. asylum laws explained 3:04

    Still not buying what this lady says.Steven Miller would not allow Pres Trump to deny asylum unless through valid entry points unless it was legal to do. Steven Miller is the go-to guy in the White House for all things immigration.


    • Dutchman says:

      My understanding, admitting I didn’t watch the video.
      The broad law on immigration, grants total authority to the President to detirmine who does or doesn’t come into the country, for any reason or no reason.

      Below that, there is a law regarding asylum claims, which says, paraphrasing, ANY time, ANY where, if an alien expresses a ‘credible fear’ of return to their country of origin, they must be given a hearing. REGARDLESS of whether they enter thru POE, across the border illegally, overstay visa, doesn’t matter.

      Congress wrote both laws, and either Congress needs to clarify, or the Courts will have to.
      Personally, I think its clear, the first law has greater weight; If the President can ban any class or group, for any reason or no reason, in the interest of Natl. Security, than he can detirmine the refugee asylum system, as implemented, is being ‘gamed’, its a thrrat to Natl. Security, and implement reasonable changes.
      But, Congress is unlikely to fix it, so it will be up to SCOTUS, and I djon’t trust Roberts, as far as I can throw my 10 ton truck!


      • If the courts do their job, they’ll simply strike the part of the immigration statute that deals with -where- and under what circumstances asylum can be declared, which will allow the President to move forward with regulating the asylum process in such a way that asylum can only be applied for at a POE (not too much to ask, i mean really) and that frivolous claims will be thrown out promptly.


  40. Sharon says:

    Anybody here know if it’s true Julian Assange is at camp David! Supposedly George Webb is saying that !


    • Hsssssss says:

      Maybe he is in one of those Russian houses that were mysteriously vacated on orders of Obama!


    • LBB says:

      How would they have gotten him out?
      This is what I read this morning.

      “Assange’s lawyers, Aitor Martinez and Jen Robinson have been refused entry to the embassy this weekend, WikiLeaks tweeted.

      Assange, 47, faces a US court hearing on Tuesday and needs to meet with his legal team to prepare, WikiLeaks reported.

      Ecuador removed a UK ambassador who had been negotiating Assange’s fate at its London embassy this week – sparking fears the country is preparing to boot Assange out of the embassy and hand him over to police.

      ‘The hearing is on Tuesday in the national security court complex at Alexandria, Virginia,’ WikiLeaks tweeted, adding it is to ‘remove the secrecy order on the US charges against him.’

      A US court document leaked in November finally revealed the US has already placed secret charges on Assange. ”


    • Ace says:

      Yeah, Julian’s there with Seth Rich and JFK jr. trustin’ the plan.


    • Robert Smith says:

      George Webb is more interesting in theory than in fact.


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