November 28th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #678

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1,493 Responses to November 28th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #678

  1. youme says:

    Trump did not have to do this
    Trump’s written response to Mueller now in the hands of CNN.
    https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics/trump-mueller-answers-wikileaks-trump-tower/index.html

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  2. youme says:

    Yes, why now, it the middle of a terrible heroin epidemic. Insane.

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    • annieoakley says:

      There is the infamous John Barasso, R WY, to the right the turtle. I do not trust him. East Coast MD who came to WY because?

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      • listingstarboard says:

        He moved to Wyoming after his residency in 1983–That is 35 years as a Wyoming resident. He is MAGA

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        • Rynn69 says:

          No, he is not MAGA. He is a big corruptocrat. Notice the Senators behind McConnell at every presser – Thune, Cornyn, Barrasso, Blunt. Same ones. There are only one group of true MAGAs – the Freedom Caucus. That is it, folks. That is how far the government has fallen.

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  3. nimrodman says:

    First Lady Melania looked absolutely fabulous in white at the White House Christmas tree lighting

    Just saw it live on Fox

    I think she had on tan suede boots as well. A great look.

    That is all

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  4. youme says:

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  5. youme says:

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    • G. Combs says:

      …..Civil Asset Forfeiture.

      Government seized a farmer’s tractor that suposedly ran over an endangered rat.

      So if the car was used to transport drugs, then yes.

      “….Over 200 federal forfeiture laws are attached to non-drug related crimes. Even a false statement on a loan application can trigger forfeiture. Physicians are subject to forfeiture of their entire assets based on a clerical errors in medicare billing. The government even tried to forfeit a farmer’s tractor for allegedly running over an endangered rat. The federal government obtained a judgment of forfeiture against the prized sailboat “Flash II,” once owned by the late John F. Kennedy, without bothering to provide notice to the principle owner of the forfeiture proceeding against the sloop. It took several years of expensive litigation before the district court in Massachusetts ruled the historic sailboat had never been legally subject to forfeiture; that the government had no right to seize and then sell the sloop; and that the proceeds of that sale rightfully belong to the innocent owner.

      In April, 2000, FEAR achieved the nation’s first major federal forfeiture law reform, the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 (CAFRA). The sponsor of the act, Rep. Henry Hyde, thanked FEAR in the April 11, 2000, congressional record “for their long and dedicated work on behalf of forfeiture reform.” Though the final compromised version was stripped of many of the reforms for which we lobbied, for the first time since civil asset forfeiture laws were passed, under CAFRA the government:

      ♦️ must prove its case;
      ♦️ is liable for damages to seized property; must return property to owners pending trial
      ♦️ when possession would cause substantial hardship;
      ♦️ may no longer require an owner to pay 10% cost bond just to contest the forfeiture in court;
      ♦️ can no longer forfeit property from owners who prove their innocence;
      ♦️ and must appoint counsel to some indigent claimants…..”

      http://www.fear.org/FEARintro.html

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      • Publius2016 says:

        Seize? Why? Some people f these “laws” are really just confiscation schemes especially cash seizures!

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        • Publius2016 says:

          Of

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        • G. Combs says:

          OH yes, they are confiscation schemes.
          If an Independent Trucker is travelling with cash to pay for fuel/repairs and he gets pulled over they will SEIZE the entire amount because, unless it is BRAND NEW bills, there is very likely cocaine/MJ on some of those bills and there is no way for him to prove he did not do a drug transaction.

          It is bad news for a farmer too who may be going to pick up a new bull and the owner wants cash.

          It is a great way for the Banksters to FORCE people into using credit/debit cards and of course they can then take a percentage of each transaction AND the government gets to trace each transaction.

          Also Obamacare had a passage where if you did ANY transactions over ?500? dollars a year with a vendor you had to file paperwork…. UNLESS you used a credit card.

          Businesses raised such a stink it was repealed.

          “…Current
          law, even before health care reform, requires all businesses to send a
          form 1099 information return to all unincorporated service providers to
          whom businesses pay $600 or more during the year. This information also
          goes to the IRS. That is current law. That is before the health care reform law. The new health care law expands this requirement to include payments to corporations–not just service providers but to unincorporated companies–as well as payments for goods and property beginning in 2012. So this goes into effect, the provision in the health care law, in 2012–not this year, not next year, but 2012. I know it takes time and money for small businesses to comply with information reporting requirements. I am very sympathetic to the record-keeping burdens of small businesses. But the research demonstrates that voluntary compliance doubles when information reporting is in place…..”

          https://www.congress.gov/amendment/111th-congress/senate-amendment/4596/text

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        • Amy2 says:

          Yup. I have a friend who owns a Corvette dealership. Many years ago there was an issue with a tax form on one of his sales to a fellow in Miami. The IRS took two vettes and called it even.

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        • Smurfette says:

          It’s called unconventional warfare.

          Basically, the shadow government formed by globalists which includes mostly off shore beneficiaries have turned the country into a military police state, to confiscate US property from its citizens for the “collective” abroad.

          How it’s done is through electronic threats against police members if they rfuse to follow Stasi orders. Unconventional warfare. It’s in the US where one literally gets stalked . Ex-military generals report this many of whom have fled the US to avoid this gang stalking. I pity those who are being harassed locally. I try to warn people but it’s like talking to people in the Matrix who’ve taken the blue pill.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Have fun reading Justice Breyer’s mauling of Indiana’s Solicitor General. 🙂 This ruling on this case will have widespread effect. I knew municipalities used it to enrich their coffers, had no idea as to the extent. the car case in question was that the vehicle was purchased with inheritance money and not drug money.

        I don’t think the Founders had impoverishing an individual as a plan. It’s almost like debtor’s prison – supposedly outlawed long ago.

        https://reason.com/blog/2018/11/28/breyer-destroyed-civil-asset-forfeiture

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    • dallasdan says:

      Of course…in California.

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  6. youme says:

    “DC’s public school system is considered one of the nation’s most prominent laboratories for education reform” ?????????????

    Even Frankenstein’s lab was better

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    • youme says:

      After 200 years of public education, they still can’t teach a child to learn

      “In D.C. high schools, few students are passing national standardized test”

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/in-dc-high-schools-few-students-are-passing-national-standardized-test/2018/08/17/4d7c9e24-a22d-11e8-83d2-70203b8d7b44_story.html

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      • youme says:

        If they learned anything, they would not vote democrat.

        “But officials warned that significant progress is still needed, with only about one-third of students citywide meeting expectations on math and English exams.

        Those averages are lower in the high school: About 30 percent of high schoolers passed the English exam in 2018, while 14 percent passed the math one.

        At Ron Brown College Preparatory High, an all-boys campus in the traditional public school system that opened in 2016, 1 percent of students passed the math exam and about 14 percent passed English.

        Shawn Stover, interim chief of secondary schools for D.C. Public Schools, noted that many high school students improved on the test even if they didn’t pass it. More than 10 high schools in the traditional public system had fewer students earning ones and twos on the math and English tests.”

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        • nimrodman says:

          Perhaps better results in student performance could be achieved if this country insisted on qualified teachers instead of using the teaching profession as a dumping ground for unqualified adults:

          “… results of a competency test given to applicants for teaching positions in Pinellas County, Florida (which includes St. Petersburg and Clearwater), cited in Time, June 16, 1980.

          To pass this grueling examination, an applicant had to be able to read at the tenth-grade level and do arithmetic at the eighth-grade level.

          Though they all held B.A.’s, 25 percent of the whites and 79 percent of the blacks failed. Similar statistics exist for other places.”

          Walter Williams, Catholics, the Projects, and Schooling for Blacks: Something is Wrong Somewhere – Fred on Everything
          http://fredoneverything.org/the-racism-racket-in-the-schools/

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          • nimrodman says:

            To be clear, those are not student statistics
            Those are teacher applicants who all had been granted college Bachelor degrees

            How’s that happen, huh?

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          • Niagara Frontier says:

            New York State experienced something similar. First, too many minority teacher applicants were failing basic literacy tests so the tests were eliminated, because the tests were deemed to be discriminatory and racially biased.

            Then, not enough teacher applicants were passing the basic teacher certification testing.

            Long story short — The passing score for teacher certification was lowered to 50%, and will eventually settle at 53%.

            Reminder — We’re talking about TEACHERS!

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            • WSB says:

              The entire system is a mess. Our town has had a new superintendent every .93 years.

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            • nimrodman says:

              Niagara said “lowered to 50%, and will eventually settle at 53%”

              Niagara, did you mean 35% for that 2nd figure or did you really mean 53%?
              54 sounds odd in the construct of your sentence and where you were going with your narrative

              thx

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              • nimrodman says:

                sorry, “53 sounds odd”, not 54

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                • Niagara Frontier says:

                  Sorry about the confusion and the delay in replying. I originally intended on including the link.

                  The passing score will be 38 starting next year. That required cutoff score would eventually ramp up to 40 by 2022. My use of the word “settled” caused the confusion. I also converted the raw scores to percentages (50% and 53% based on max of 75 points).

                  Regardless, teaching standards are being lowered, especially considering the state has already dropped a requirement that prospective teachers pass a literacy exam. That’s frightening.

                  http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/teacherbeat/2017/09/new_york_to_ease_edtpa_certification_requirements_.html

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                • nimrodman says:

                  thx, Niagara, didn’t mean to put you to the trouble of that very thorough answer

                  yes, declining standards.

                  in Berlin they’re making police officers of African and Middle-East muslim “immigrants” who are illiterate in the language of the nation they’ll be police in. they can’t speak or write German.

                  I’m sure that’ll work out just as peachy as our Dontavious-can’t-read educational system

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      • bakocarl says:

        Well, if the students aren’t passing the national standardized tests, then those results are certainly not helpful to the students. The obvious and practical conclusion is to do away with the national standardized tests and just issue the diplomas to students after four years. Simple, n’est-ce pas?

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    • thedoc00 says:

      Recall that a few years back, a kick ass leader took charge and started to clean up this decrepit system. She was run out of office for being too harsh and wait for it racially insensitive.

      I live in North Texas and the Dallas School System is going through the very same goat rope. Of course they also fired a leader who was starting to clean-up the system.

      There are probably allot of other similar stories across the US involving major metropolitan school systems. They have turned into personal family and associate piggy banks and anyone questioning their methods, costs and results is called insensitive and a racist.

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  7. I know that this is all old news to all of you TV watchers but it is new to me.
    Trump has it all covered.

    Trump Threatens To Declassify “Devastating” Docs If Democrats Investigate Him
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-28/trump-threatens-declassify-devastating-docs-if-democrats-investigate-him

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  8. youme says:

    Not good

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  9. Bud says:

    POTUS sure had some interesting tweets recently!

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  10. andyocoregon says:

    Obama used teargas on illegal aliens, too.

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  11. duchess01 says:

    LIVE: President Trump, First Lady Melania participate in Christmas Tree lighting ceremony

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  12. TNGal says:

    Haven’t read all of the foregoing comments, but listen to Joe Di Genova who was on Laura Ingraham’s radio show…awesome interview.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      Thanks.. Joe always talks sense.

      I found it on YT….

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Joe KNOWS who the new AG is…… But will not say.

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      • rumpole2 says:

        Joe DiGenova is so much BETTER THAN Q LOL

        For a start.. he is REAL and relays REAL information …. and…. this is a biggie… he does NOT relay info via silly obscure ambiguous riddles, that delusional group-think acolytes INVENT a meaning for (in hindsight), and talk each other into!!

        I think I will start my own R cult……

        Trust The Joe

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Great interview.

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      • Doppler says:

        Yes, Rumpole, a great interview!!! And I predict that Joe diGenova will be the next AG! He said he knows who the choice is, but “doesn’t know about any list.” He’s obviously a confidant of the President and his legal counsel, and it makes sense that he would be consulted. But if he knows who the choice is, but doesn’t know who the list is, then he’s the guy. He’s also been approved by the Senate “at least once” (when he was confirmed as US Attorney for DC), and, as a bare knuckles criminal defense lawyer these last decades, he has earned his living day in and day out finding fault with run of the mill DOJ prosecutors and FBI agents, will be held in fear and loathing by them because he knows how to do that tough job, and will be regarded as a traitor by them for taking the other side. His name will “make their blood run cold,” like few other veterans of the DOJ.

        This will be exactly what is needed to salvage the DOJ. Can’t wait.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          I HOPE it’s Joe. I have been suggesting him for months. 🙂

          I do fear that he is SO outspoken it will be hard to get past the snowflakes in Senate (from both sides). And the fact that Joe remains outspoken now kinda suggests it wont be him. I really hope I am wrong!

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        • nimrodman says:

          Doppler said: This will be exactly what is needed to salvage the DOJ

          I’m more hoping he’ll SAVAGE the DOJ

          … and it’s one less letter. I’m all about brevity, I am.

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    • rumpole2 says:

      It is a great interview….. well worth listening for 15 minutes
      (for those who scroll past links) 🙂

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      • terry says:

        Yep. He says the new AG will send shivers down the spine of career people
        at DOJ. Let’s hope. Time for action is now.

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Sound like Joe is conceding that it WONT be Whitaker… shame.

          Joe suggests Whitaker is just a “place holder” until a confirmed AG is in place.

          I have speculated that the hammer will not fall until Mueller is ended… so maybe it’s not so bad if Whitaker is there and not starting stuff yet… simply as we await the end of Mueller nonsense.

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          • terry says:

            I think Joe says, and he’s probably right that Mueller
            won’t end until the new AG puts and end to the nonsense.

            I’d like to see PT declassify, showing the extreme corruption
            then let that soak in for 2 days and then announce the
            new AG.

            Then i’d like to see the new AG call a quick press conference
            announcing his intention to hold grand jury’s into all the abuse
            of power. MSM would be melting down like fukushima.

            Still a mystery to what James Baker was testifing about and
            to what criminal investigation.

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          • can’t wait for Mueller to end it……he could keep it going for eternity…….the closer to the election, the worse it is for PDJT

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          • whoseyore says:

            I heard Whitaker speak today, didn’t really ring any bells for me. I think we can do better.

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            • rumpole2 says:

              K
              I have not seen much of him myself so reserving judgement. He might be good enough to “occupy the crease” (cricket reference) until a “pinch hitter” comes out to bat 🙂

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        • MaineCoon says:

          That was the part I found the most interesting also. He knows who it’s going to be. PT sais something off the cuff in one of his impromtu pressers that indicated he had chosen someone and Joe’s response gave the same impression. The fact that Joe made those comments is hopeful that the nexr AG will be someone who will dig in and do the job that needs to be done. Always love Joe’s interviews! Nuggets!

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  13. nimrodman says:

    PresTrump has been raked over the coals about his response to hurricane damage in Puerto Rico.

    So how’s the taxpayer-funded recovery going?

    Are more and more people relying on the bloated government to do good in their stead? Or perhaps ever growing tax burdens and debt leaves more people unable to afford to give to charity.

    Unfortunately, the government really, really terrible at helping people.

    What better cause is there right now than helping the people of Puerto Rico, ravaged last year, and still reeling, from hurricane Maria?

    The US government agency FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) has poured $120 billion into Puerto Rico for recovery efforts.

    And how is the money being spent? On contractors charging:
    •$700 charged for each $50 door
    •$5,000 for four feet of cabinets and velcro attached smoke detectors
    •$3,700 for generators that retail at $800 each
    •$82 each to fit 122,000 homes with smoke detectors ($6.99 each in bulk from Ace hardware on the island)
    •And FEMA apparently contracted with Satan, paying $666 per $260 sink.

    “Fifty-eight percent is being taken off the top as overhead and profit from the two contractors above us,” said Brandon Padgett, owner of BVP Construction in Houston, which conducted repairs on 52 houses under the program. “Is there 58 percent overhead and profit needed to implement this? No, because we are doing 90 percent of the work.”

    The generous American taxpayer is being fleeced. Corrupt friends of DC bureaucrats and politicians are cashing in, while the people of Puerto Rico are left high and dry.

    The majority of FEMA funds are squandered on the succession of contractors skimming, skimming, skimming off the top until there is nothing left.

    Do taxes make Americans less charitable?
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-28/do-taxes-make-americans-less-charitable

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  14. Smurfette says:

    Apparently quite a few criminal indictments happening in Arkansas connected with the Clinton’s not being reported in the news. William Mount is an former marine and avid Trump supporter and has quite a following!

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  15. How did CNN get PDJT’s answers to Mueller’s questions? “Hello AAG Whitaker? Are you working? Are you investigating the SC’s leaks Mr. Whitaker?” Business as usual at the DOJ…..yawn.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Arent these the same people who gave Crooked the questions to the debates?

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    • California Joe says:

      This is an incredible violation of DOJ rules and grand jury secrecy under Rule 6e as, no doubt, the questions contain information obtained via grand jury testimony or subpoenas. In any other venue dealing with the typical Assistant US Attorney or federal agents their heads would be rolling down Pennsylvania Ave and they would be prosecuted as a contempt of court. How Sessions and now Whitaker allow this to go unchecked is total incompetence and a betrayal of their sworn oath when they accepted the position!

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      • icthematrix says:

        I’ve given up on this. I believe this is the reason President Trump won’t declassify. He has nearly no loyalists who are strong enough to push back against the deep state. Some of our house members are, or were. They’ve been turned out against the cold by the mushy moderates who are gutless. PDJT is left to hold the declassification out as a nuke threat against the cabal if they try to investigate him (per tweet today). They have him pinned down.

        “Are you there? Say a prayer, for the pretender. Who started out so young and strong, only to surrender.”

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      • Jenevive says:

        Maybe this was the plan all along, only wanting President
        Trump to answer in writing. They had to know it would leak.
        I imagine Rudy could find a way to use that to say that Presidents
        rights were violated therefore the question are not usable..etc.

        or maybe it is a set up and those aren;t the real answers
        he gave??

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    • Doppler says:

      The illegitimacy of the press is daily demonstrated by their reporting of anonymous sources who obviously are from within criminal justice, and who are leaking information, illegally, in criminal conspiracy with the press, to smear the subject of the investigation.

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  16. duchess01 says:

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  17. I guess the two oldest looking 70 year olds on earth will have to die before we will be free of them.

    Clintons Face Empty Seats As Trump-Trashing Speaking Tour Kicks Off With A Coughing Fit
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-28/clintons-face-empty-seats-trump-trashing-speaking-tour-kicks-coughing-fit

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  18. fakenamenumber776 says:

    Over at The Hill, people are going nuts because Trump re-tweeted a meme suggesting that certain people need to be tried for treason:

    pic.twitter.com/FWJRNzBUB3— The Trump Train 🚂🇺🇸 (@The_Trump_Train) November 28, 2018

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

    This might just be Trump having some serious fun, but given who he is, he probably shouldn’t have done this unless he knows something we don’t.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Ever the optimist, I’m thinking POTUS knows something we don’t. 🙂

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    • zooamerica says:

      I was SOOOO HAPPY to see that Tweet!

      Possibly his BEST TWEET EVER by President Trump…

      Absolutely awesome, Trump has balls of steel. Made my day.

      Look at the picture! They’re all behind bars! Where is John Brennan?

      Probably taking a dump behind Clapper and Comey.

      LOVED IT.

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    • terry says:

      I wonder if all the people still defending Rosencrime ( “hey Trump hasn’t
      fired him, he’s still there”) they say defending him, noticed Rosencrime
      is in that picture?

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  19. youme says:

    Very disturbing story from the Miami Herald

    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article220097825.html

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    • youme says:

      The Department of Justice is corrupt beyond anyones imagination

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    • vikingmom says:

      One small mention of Bill Clinton buried near the bottom of the article. They are trying to tie this pervert to President Trump because a member of his Cabinet was somehow involved in the case. They know this story is going to blow up soon so they have decided to be proactive and frame the narrative before it breaks. And sadly, the majority of the MSM viewers/readers will accept whatever information is put before them…

      Bill and Hillary will skate AGAIN – Grrrr!!

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      • singingsoul says:

        Trump was not Epstein’s friend he knew him and threw him out of his establishment.
        Dershowitz was a friend of Epstein.
        he media does not lie but just does not tell all the truth.

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        • vikingmom says:

          Oh I am well aware of that but the media will go out of their way to find any way they can to tie him to Donald Trump. If the truth about Bill, Hillary, the Podestas, and all the other creepy people taking trips to Epstein’s Island came out it would be devastating to the Democratic Party. The party faithful may be willing to overlook a lot of things in order to support their candidates but most Americans are still appalled by people who sexually abuse children!

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    • snarkybeach says:

      massive Democrat donations buy major get out of jail credits (even for disgusting crimes.)

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  22. youme says:

    Illegal immigrants have been granted extra rights, more than citizens, by this ruling.

    “New York State’s highest court has ruled that immigrants are entitled to a jury trial, even when they’re accused of misdemeanor crimes that carry sentences of six months or less. The court ruled that the penalty of deportation was severe enough to warrant a jury trial.”

    https://www.wnyc.org/story/new-yorks-highest-court-rules-immigrant-who-can-be-deported-has-right-jury-trial/

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  24. youme says:

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      “Law360, Oakland, Calif. (November 28, 2018, 6:43 PM EST) — A California federal jury on Wednesday cleared Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. of certified class allegations that the Mumbai, India-based information technology outsourcing agency discriminates against non-South Asian workers in the U.S.

      After one day of deliberating, a unanimous nine-member jury found that Tata — whose American clients include Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Kaiser Permanente — did not have a “pattern or practice” of intentionally discriminating against non-South Asian workers due to their race or national origin.

      The verdict closed out a trial that began on Nov. 5 in Oakland, California, over class allegations by three former Tata employees — Christopher Slaight, Seyed Amir Masoudi and Nobel Mandili — who claim they received fewer work opportunities and eventually were fired because of their races and national origins.

      During openings, their attorney, Daniel Kotchen of Kotchen & Low LLP, cited data showing that the company has fired fewer than 1 percent of its South Asian employees, who are mostly Indian, in the U.S., compared with 10.6 percent of its non-South Asian employees. He also pointed to Tata’s attrition rates, which revealed that Tata let go of 78 percent of its non-South Asian workers who were taken off job assignments, or “benched” from work, between 2011 and 2014. Meanwhile, only 22 percent of benched South Asians were fired, even though they made up half of the company’s U.S. workforce, he said.

      During trial, nearly a dozen former Tata employees, who are non-South Asian, recounted their experiences of being recruited, hired, benched and eventually fired from the company, while their South Asian colleagues were promoted. Some testified they were required to train their visa-holding replacements for the jobs in the U.S. before they were fired.”

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    • deplorable says:

      Tata is the antithesis – the absolute opposite – of “Make America Great Again”.

      The H1B visa is also known as the “outsourcing visa” and Indian outsourcing firm Tata is one of its main benefactors to the detriment of American citizens:

      By late June, eight workers from the outsourcing company, Tata Consultancy Services, or TCS, had produced intricate manuals for the jobs of 67 people, mainly in accounting. They then returned to India to train TCS workers to take over and perform those jobs there. The Toys “R” Us employees in New Jersey, many of whom had been at the company more than a decade, were laid off.

      from Toys ‘R’ Us Brings Temporary Foreign Workers to U.S. to Move Jobs Overseas

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  25. zooamerica says:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/trump-threatens-to-declassify-devastating-carter-page-fisa-docs-and-other-records-from-muellers-probe/

    President Trump told the New York Post in an Oval Office interview Wednesday that he will declassify documents that will be ‘devastating’ for the Deep State and Democrats if they harass him with more probes.

    The President said he is waiting for the perfect time to declassify the Carter Page FISA docs because if he already did, it would have been yesterday’s news.

    The President also told the New York Post Wednesday that his lawyer Emmet Flood advised him to wait to declassify the documents in order to use it as political leverage.

    “He [Emmet Flood] didn’t want me to do it yet, because I can save it,” Trump said.

    The president also pushed back on the notion that all the Justice Department documents should eventually be released for the sake of transparency.

    “Some things maybe the public shouldn’t see because they are so bad,” Trump said, making clear it wasn’t damaging to him, but to others. “Maybe it’s better that the public not see what’s been going on with this country.”

    ——————- Full article linked above.

    This story and President Trump’s Tweet showing all the criminals behind bars makes for one of the greatest days of our MAGA movement.

    Drudge STILL has the “MUELLER CORNERED?” article from the Boston Globe front and center on his page….almost 24 hours straight, which is telling.

    Something big is going down…I sense that the Mueller’s final report is being forced to come out earlier than he wanted because Corsi, Manafort, and Stone would not flip and tell a lie.

    THE END is near for Mueller, and everyone else who got caught.

    What a GREAT DAY…November 28, 2018.

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  26. Sandra-VA says:

    And this is why I no longer thought Assange was a “good guy”

    https://techcrunch.com/2018/11/28/hackers-nsa-eternalblue-exploit-hijack-computers/

    Excerpts (read the whole thing):

    “The injections use two exploits — EternalBlue, a backdoor developed by the National Security Agency to target Windows computers; and its “sibling” exploit EternalRed, used to backdoor Linux devices, found independently by Samba. Where UPnProxy modified the port mapping on a vulnerable router, the Eternal family of exploits target the service ports used by SMB, a common networking protocol used on most computers.

    Together, Akamai calls the new attack “EternalSilence,” drastically expanding the spread of the proxy network to many more vulnerable devices.

    Akamai says more than 45,000 devices are already under the thumb of the massive network — potentially amounting to more than a million computers waiting for commands.”

    “The injections use two exploits — EternalBlue, a backdoor developed by the National Security Agency to target Windows computers; and its “sibling” exploit EternalRed, used to backdoor Linux devices, found independently by Samba. Where UPnProxy modified the port mapping on a vulnerable router, the Eternal family of exploits target the service ports used by SMB, a common networking protocol used on most computers.

    Together, Akamai calls the new attack “EternalSilence,” drastically expanding the spread of the proxy network to many more vulnerable devices.

    Akamai says more than 45,000 devices are already under the thumb of the massive network — potentially amounting to more than a million computers waiting for commands.”

    Assange should never have released those tools the way he did. It was irresponsible and dangerous.

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  27. JX says:

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  28. rumpole2 says:

    I see MSM (even Fox business) are conflating Crooked Hillary’s emaisl with the emails published by Wikileaks.
    As we all KNOW the emails published by Wikileaks were copied (stolen) from DNC and Pofesat’s emails.. that he gave up the pw tohimself (what a dope). NONE of this has been shown to be the result of “hacking”.. by Russia or anybody else!!

    Crooked Hillary’s emails are SEPARATE. Hidden by HER.. and destroyed by her (after subpoena). There is evidence those emails WERE hacked.. by China more likely than Russia.. but that has NOTHING to do with what Wikileaks published.

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  29. Piper77 says:

    What’s going on with Jerome Corsi? One interview he is defiant, denying everything, then an hour later he admits that he lied and probably committed a crime.. Wtf?

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  30. rumpole2 says:

    Just FYI…

    I heard report that Tijuana authorities spending $30,000 per day on the invader horde, and will go bankrupt soon.

    I calculated previously that (based on some costs released) that Mueller Hoax is costing $50,000 per day.

    Make of that what you will. 🙂

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  31. Timmy- the-Ute says:

    Breitbart News is pushing for Pres. Trump to be primaried in 2020. Even if it is just Flake and Kasich, they will push it.

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  32. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Trump leaves press pool behind at National Christmas Tree lighting

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  33. She is tough, a bit dramatic, but usually right. I’d rather us lose the battle and win the war on immigration at this point. If nothing is done in Trump Presidency not only did he fail to keep his promise but failed the country.

    I still think he can get a reasonable deal with tough restrictions on future immigration but with limited amnesty, like a million or two. Congress takes the blame too but no one will remember them as empty talkers. Shame on all of them!

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/28/exclusive-ann-coulter-gop-at-point-of-extinction-due-to-mass-immigration/

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  35. gsonFIT says:

    So I just noticed something interesting, John Brennan, the most likely Obama official to end up behind bars, did not make the jail picture PDJT retweeted this a.m. Hopefully, we will get to see the real thing, Perhaps fellow loser Adam Schiff will also receive a participation trophy from the “Grey Bar Inn”

    MAGA

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  36. Lordy, Hannity is the worst interviewer in the universe…talk about someone with talking points…please can he just shut his mouth.

    Liked by 6 people

    • rumpole2 says:

      He was especially bad today… he even fluffed about with introductions wasting time.
      It’s his show… I dont begrudge him his opening monologue (I can mute it if he meanders) but there is NO NEED to interrupt guests to repeat his own points

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    • Hsssssss says:

      His show is Numero Uno in all of cable news – so I’m guessing the majority do not want him to shut it??

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  37. Rynn69 says:

    Mary Kissel?!!! Mary Kissel?!!! WTF is Pompeo thinking? My God, this is the worst choice ever. This women lives in the colon of the Chamber of Commerce. What in the world is going on, Secretary Pompeo?

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