December 5th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #685

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1,118 Responses to December 5th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #685

  1. V.I.G. says:

    Guy was Head Spook at the CIA. Panama, El Salvador, Iraq, Iran, Drug War…etc.

    I hope they burry him with McCain.

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  2. Publius2016 says:

    45 Press conference tomorrow! Look for Dee State Terror drop before 6am EST!

    Liked by 9 people

  3. Sandra-VA says:

    Looks like Podestas will get their turn now…

    T”he prosecutors have been interviewing witnesses about the Podesta Group and Mercury Public Affairs over the past several weeks, the AP reported, citing individuals familiar with the investigation.

    The investigation stems from special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Mueller handed it off to prosecutors in Manhattan because the issue fell outside the scope of his own probe, according to the AP.

    The Podesta Group and Mercury Public Affairs are believed to be “Company A” and “Company B” as referenced in a grand jury indictment against Manafort and his deputy associate Richard Gates last year. “

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Nope…just more fire to stop pardon…


    • Dutchman says:

      “The investigation was handed off,…because it fell outside the probe of the Mueller investigation.”

      And yet, we STILL don’t know exactly what the scope of his investigation IS, cause its ‘top secret’.

      From the things hes handing off, its anything he can’t use to smear DJT.


    • Robert Smith says:

      Mueller trying to insulate himself from being accused (!) of partisan investigation.


    • InAz says:

      Podesta’s will never be touched.

      We will have to do what the French people are doing…….burn down the Swamp


  4. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Senate Judiciary Committee scraps votes on judges because of Flake

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  5. Kathy says:

    So heart-warming to see President 41’s WWII military service emphasized and applauded as he’s being laid to rest. Every mention, however, reminds me how the WWII Memorial was instantly/spitefully/needlessly closed off during the 2013 gov shutdown.

    [snippet] … “The memorial is open-air, open 24/7, with no need for guides and staffers. In fact, the National Parks Service had to bring in seven workers — all exempted from their furloughs — to set up the ring of barriers.” …

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  6. The Clinton Laundromat: Parallels Between SpyGate & Uranium One
    [likely posted yesterday, but crystal clear Cliff Notes]

    Uranium One and SpyGate are rigged to blow wide open. The Clinton’s money and information laundering fingerprints are all over both crimes, as REX explains.

    Liked by 4 people

    • smartyjones1 says:

      My friend, Mighty Rex was once again censored off Twatter. This is good to see he’s out there writing and laying out some thoughts. He parallels some of the outstanding issues between SpyGate and Uranium One. Hopefully, it comes to pass and we have a window of what’s coming by early 2019.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “The Clinton’s money and information laundering fingerprints are all over both crimes”

      A snippet from your link:

      “….why are all these Canadian charities being used to donate to the Clinton Foundation? …..- in Canada, there is no legal obligation for charities to report the source of donations. So when Congress asked Frank Giustra in 2015, to reveal the identity of donors whose money had then been donated to the Clinton Foundation via his Canadian charities, he refused.

      How many donors are we talking about? 10? 20? 100?

      No. 1,100 donors……to the Clinton Foundation, whose money was channeled through the Giustra controlled ‘charities’, were hidden…..

      ….See how it works? Once the donor is hidden, the source of the money is, as well. It just becomes a charitable donation to the Clinton Foundation, from Canada, that happens to coincide with a favor from Clinton cronies in Congress or, when she was Secretary of State, Hillary herself.

      Once ‘inside’ the Clinton Foundation, it’s relatively straightforward to mix the funds with legitimate donations – and then disburse it to the Clintons…”

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      • mr.piddles says:

        The Clintons themselves ended up with personal net worth somewhere in the $150 million range. Which means the money floating in and around them must have been in the 10’s of billions. 10 million here. 5 million there. 50 million over here. 100 million over there.

        Lots of… er… “projects” to fund.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “Lots of… er… “projects” to fund.”

          I was waiting for then to step up to plate after the post-hurricane flooding in Houston last year, or maybe the fires in California this year. I guess I will be waiting a long time. No worry here with me.

          1 Timothy 6:7 For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.

          “personal net worth somewhere in the $150 million range”

          That is not much when compared to the billionaires and criminal enterprises they are laundering money for. The Clinton family will be expendable once they are no more use for money laundering.

          A worse fate than prison would be to have all those ill-gotten gains stripped from them. People that really know the Clinton’s say that is what HRC fears most -to be poor.

          Matthew 16:26 For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?

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        • Dutchman says:

          It gets sicker than that. A look at the ‘projects’they actually spent $ on, makes it clear they were just for show.

          As an example, they tout had the made HIV drugs available to millions in Africa; they went to a,company in India, which has been busted for selling drugs ‘off patent’ that were not what they were supposed to be.

          So, they were giving HIV patients sugar pills, basically. This is just an example, there are many others. The way the whole organisation is structured, makes it difficult to detirmine WHO donated, how much they donated (listing them all in ranges, say “between 2 and 10 million”, and even makes it difficult to detirmine exactly WHAT ‘Charity projects’they funded, or how much was spent.

          They definetly get the,award for being the biggest, most blatant GRIFTERS in the history of the world.

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          • mr.piddles says:

            My good friend who was born and raised in Port au Prince gave me the lowdown in 2010 on what was going on there with the NGOs, UN, etc. I was shocked. I just… didn’t realize what I was hearing was possible in the way it was being described to me. Are these people being exploited? At a time of great suffering and need?

            Flash forward 5 years. Schweizer’s book. Clintons. Haiti. U.N. Coke bottling plants, and so much more. It all became clear to me.

            Still shocked at the level of corruption and exploitation of human beings in need, to be honest.


        • Ken Lawson says:

          Most estimates put the Clintons’ net worth in the $250 million range, so $150 million would be a low guess. But I don’t understand the math you use to come up with the money in and around them must have been in the 10’s of billions? Is there some formula you are using or just assuming that it would be 10x or more what their worth is?


          • mr.piddles says:

            Well… yeah.. SWAG. If you assume they profited directly and indirectly from their CF connections, that profiting would be some fraction of the overall… er… “cash flow”. Seom for this project, some for that project, and a little tiny bit for us. Do that a million times, and before you know it you’re worth $150 million. So what’s the fraction? I don’t know. But I do know that 1% of a very large number is a large number. 10% “cut” would be too obvious… outrageous. Unless your name is Capone or Genovese or something. So something in the small single digits…

            If they “pocketed” 1% for their substantial troubles, then working backward the overall cash flow would have been 150 mil / .01 = 15 billion.


        • Cat Lady says:

          That’s what I thought after I read Clinton Cash.. where’d all the money go?!?! You’d think they’d be billionaires by now!!!


  7. youme says:

    Not sure what it means but probably very not good: Canada has just arrested the Huwaei CFO.

    What is Huwaei?

    Huawei Technologies Co. is China’s biggest tech company by revenue, with sales 60 percent greater than those of the runner-up, Inc. Huawei is one of the world’s biggest producers of telecommunications networking equipment, despite a de facto ban that prevents America’s four principal wireless carriers—AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint—from using its gear. The company also makes an ever-growing share of the world’s smartphones. These two factors have rendered it terrifying enough to many American policymakers that they’re willing to leave Broadcom the loser in a bigger game.

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    • youme says:

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      • youme says:

        “Wanzhou Meng was arrested in Vancouver on December 1. She is sought for extradition by the United States, and a bail hearing has been set for Friday,” Justice department spokesperson Ian McLeod said in a statement to The Globe and Mail. “As there is a publication ban in effect, we cannot provide any further detail at this time. The ban was sought by Ms. Meng.

        U.S. prosecutors in New York have been investigating whether Huawei violated U.S. sanctions in relation to Iran. News of the probe broke in April 2018 when it was reported by the Wall Street Journal.

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    • lurker2 says:

      I would never buy a phone or any “smart” device/appliance from a Chinese brand. And unfortunately some US brands are using Chinese parts that are causing lots of problems.


      • Ken Lawson says:

        Please name any US brand that is not using Chinese parts, I don’t know of any, although Motorola didn’t in the past, but since Google bought them there’s been talk of moving it to China, however I’ve not heard if they have yet or not. I think the only safe brands that don’t use Chinese parts are Korean or Taiwanese. So, brands like LG and Samsung are probably fairly safe from using Chinese parts, but there are very few that don’t get parts from and/or are built in China these days.


        • deplorable says:

          Motorola is no longer an American owned company. It was purchased by Chinese firm Lenovo from Google.

          Likewise, GE Appliances is no longer an American owned company. It was purchased by Chinese firm Haier from GE.

          See the pattern? This is the Uniparty’s beloved globalism at work.

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  8. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Justice Delayed, Justice Denied: Retired ATF Agent Makes Final Case Against Corrupt Supervisors

    It is not just in the FBI

    “It’s been 10 years since the home of retired ATF Agent [Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms] Agent Jay Dobyns burned down in the middle of the night. His wife and children were inside. Luckily, they survived.

    For months prior to the arson Dobyns, who risked his life to work undercover in the infamous Hells Angels motorcycle gang, reported documented death threats against himself and his family. Here is a portion of the lengthy backstory: …”

    Liked by 6 people

    • rashomon says:

      This is more common that most know. Since PDJT’s win, more whistle blowers are coming forth, but we have to make certain they have a fair hearing and are protected from the wrath of their superiors.


  9. Sandra-VA says:

    Here we go:


    “The question long has lingered about when the doubts inside the FBI first surfaced about the allegations in the Steele dossier.

    Sources tell me the email chain provides the most direct evidence the bureau, and possibly the DOJ, had reasons to doubt the Steele dossier before the FISA warrant was secured.

    Sources say that the specifics of the email chain remain classified, but its general sentiments about the Steele dossier and the media contacts have been discussed in non-classified settings.

    “If these documents are released, the American public will have clear and convincing evidence to see the FISA warrant that escalated the Russia probe just before Election Day was flawed and the judges (were) misled,” one knowledgeable source told me.

    Congressional investigators also have growing evidence that some evidence inserted into the fourth and final application for the FISA — a document signed by current Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — was suspect.”

    Liked by 11 people

  10. Ivehadit says:

    Looking at this again…it appears that below the radar, Donald is really, really doing a number on Hillary. She is beyond stony…outraged, maybe defeated, is more like it. One can only conclude she is NOT WINNING against him with her silent coup attempt. Hmmm….

    Liked by 2 people

    • Psycho Monkee says:

      Freeze that last frame, the facial expressions sum it up: The Knowing -vs- The Fool

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Obama with his Mussolini pose. He must be feeling better.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Yes BHO’s expressions are just insufferable. So arrogant.
        I think Bill Clinton looked up to GHW Bush in particular because of Bill’s difficult childhood without his father present. BHO otoh picked a far worse father substitute in Bill Ayres and the like.
        Did anyone else notice how terrible poor Rosalyn Carter looks. Age has not been kind to her.

        Hillary just can’t take her loss; she clearly feels it as a snub of her superior skills. What a shame that she cannot move on and do something productive, but wait, remember who she is, a lack of graciousness is far from her worst failing.


    • Cat Lady says:

      No more laughing hyena face!! Remember in the debate when he said “because you’d be in jail” and she laughed?? She’s not laughing any more, is she!!! I am though!!! 😂😂😂😄


  11. I just watched Bush Jr’s eulogy to his father and I thought it was really wonderful. I am no fan of the Bush family, but clearly Senior was a great father and husband and loved by his family.

    As to the comments above about how there was some insult to Trump in there, that’s ridiculous. I didn’t hear anything about Trump in that eulogy; I really don’t think the Bush family is thinking about anyone right now except their father/grandfather, etc and their family.

    I did feel sorry for Melania having to sit next to the person who is attempting to overthrow her husband’s presidency. Also, does Bill Clinton have false teeth? And Hillary just looked so angry and unpleasant during the entire event. It must be horrible to be her.

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  12. nice!

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  13. cdnintx says:


  14. wtd says:


    #Huber postponed his testimony about the #ClintonFoundation’s alleged improper activity, including the #UraniumOne scandal. Here’s what we know so far: (link:…

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  15. winky says:

    Watching OANN earlier and Bill O’Reilley was being interviewed….it was actually a very pleasant interview but I was surprised he was on that channel.


  16. lurker2 says:

    Maybe you all knew this but I just found out the Clintons cancelled their tour stop in Texas which was supposed to happen last night. Probably due to poor sales but they’re using the funeral as the excuse. The next stop is NYC on Apr 11. Plenty of time for transfusions.

    For the Houston-area event originally slated for Dec. 4, tickets on the official venue website were going for between $29.50 and $399. But a search on second-party sites, like StubHub, revealed tickets going for as low as $7.

    They should just pack it in. Give up. invest what they’ve got into some funds and retire. They’ve grifted enough money. Chelsea is married to a weatlhy guy. She doesn’t want to get into politics.

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  18. wyntre says:

    I paid respect to GHWB by watching his funeral. I took note of the man, his life, his WW2 heroism.

    But D@MN, this is ABSURD to STILL be covering it at 6:30 pm with the return of the casket to Texas!

    For God’s sake, put him in the ground already!

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  19. lawton says:

    That article by Solomon is a smoking gun they purposely misled the FISA Court for that Page warrant. There is definitely enough for the feds to prove crimes were committed with that.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. wtd says:

    The #Clinton foundation promised to observe protocols including the increased and timely disclosure of payments. However, these protocols were violated almost immediately, and would be so repeatedly (in spirit and in letter) throughout Clinton’s tenure.

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  21. wtd says:

    Our future is:


    An identity based not on gender,race,ethnicity or religion. But on the powerful truth that all people are created equal with a God given right to life,liberty & the pursuit of happiness.

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  22. motreehouse says:

    Secretary of State Pompeo

    Speech to Nato December 4th 2018

    Restoring the Role of the Nation-State in the Liberal International Order

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  23. duchess01 says:

    In Photos: America’s Solemn Farewell to Its 41st President, George H. W. Bush
    December 5, 2018 7 minute read

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  24. Sprawlie says:

    If this plan works out, it will be one of the most significant and lasting legacies of the Trump Administration.

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador — plans to work with the U.S. and Canada to crack down on the immigration crisis facing North America.

    In exchange for Mexico offering to help cut down on illegal immigration, the U.S. and Canada will invest in the country’s future building projects.

    “We hope companies and governments from the United States, Canada and Mexico can initiate a plan to push for development from south to north in Central America and North America to confront the migratory phenomenon,” stated the Mexican president.

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    • Leaving says:

      Although I have only seen the new Mex Pres mention it, this sounds like a win-win Trump plan. Could Trump have brought the idea to him and let him mention it?

      Are there other known examples of Trump allow someone else to take credit for a plan? Reagan famously said something along the lines of “It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you don’t care who gets the credit.” I’m wondering of Trump also uses this philosophy.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Mexicans controlling illegal migrants cuts down the whole us-white-racist-xenophobia argument. Imagine the look when people hear Mexico is doing it because it benefits them.

        Liked by 2 people

      • bakocarl says:

        “Reagan famously said something along the lines of “It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you don’t care who gets the credit.” ”

        As opposed to Obozo, who not-so-famously said “It’s amazing how good I can make myself look by claiming credit for things that never happened or for things that other people did.”

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      • Dutchman says:

        Astute observation, and I would say a big YES! I learned this lesson in my 50’s, and wished I had learned it earlier.
        ‘Credit’, as in for a job well done, ‘attaboys’is like money. Little benefit to hoarding it, stuffing it in your mattress.

        The benefit comes from INVESTING it, and in terms of attaboys, deflecting it to others.

        I have been watching VSG, and he ALWAYS in televised meetings, spreads the credit. I am sure this is part of his m.o.


    • Robert Smith says:

      Yeah, well, better than paying for illegals to mess up our country inside the US forever.

      Liked by 1 person

  25. motreehouse says:

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    • patrickhenrycensored says:



    • ByrdDeplorable says:

      Thank you for posting. Seems like a humble and honest man. Glad to be on the same side.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      The answers are in the emails, been my feeling since day three. That’s why they went “missing”, and everybody got Queen For The Day treatment. Like evvveerrryyybbboodddyyy. All you have to do is follow Hillary’s eyes below, and you’ll know why the emails are so important:

      Difficulty following her eyes? Hm. Well there you go.

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      • tomidlewood says:

        Hmmmmm. Why would a public figure, who aspires to become the first female US President, seek to erase all of her own private emails, which could otherwise be used by a future Presidentlial library and/or biography, and would could have proved her claimed excuse. Ever Kavanaugh saved things like his high school yearbook. Clinton’s excuse does not ring true, and seems to imply she sough to erase more than personal emails purportedly only for planning a wedding, vacation plans and yoga routines.

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  26. Robert Smith says:

    Chris’s Wallace notes Trump’s effect on former Masters of the Universe.

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  27. kyblue says:

    Broward County Schools is in the news again. One of ex President Obama’s pet projects, the Promise program, was widely criticized after the Parkland shooting.

    A video has surfaced of the crisis PR official for the school system making snide remarks about critics of the program.


    • Dutchman says:

      So, Broward County recieves 10’s of millions of federal dollars, to the school system, Sheriffs dept, and Prosecutors, for basically doing nothing, as does Palm Beach County, IIRC.

      The program consists of NOT arresting, and NOT incarcerating young men ‘of color’, for committing felonies. Instead they are sent to diversion classes, with no consequence for not attending.

      So, $ for doing NOTHING.
      And, its these same 2 counties that, unlike all other counties in Florida, have election irregularities.
      Cue suspiscious cat. There were actually over 100 counties, nation wide, participating in the Promise program.
      (If you can call doing nothing, participating).
      Would be interesting to get a list, and compare it with a list of voting districts where there were high suspicion of vote rigging.
      Perhaps the Promise program was;

      “If we funnel LOTS of $ to your County, you PROMISE to rig the election, to favor Democrats?”

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  28. Comrade Mope says:

    Serious Question. How did Jeff Sessions get invited to the funeral service?
    “Sessions was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama beginning in 1975. In 1981, President Reagan nominated him to be the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama. The Senate confirmed him and he held that position for 12 years until Bill Clinton’s Attorney General, Janet Reno, asked for his resignation.”
    So he spent 4 years under President Bush 41, but that seating is VERY limited. He had to be invited by either the Bush Family or as a representative of the administration. The latter being not very likely. (See photo 46 of 59)


  29. MfM says:

    The Bush family should be happy that the Trump hatred coming from the media meant that they would raise GHWB to unheard of heights in a way to compare him to Trump.

    I remember the hatred the left had for GHWB and everything he did. To see the news people shining his halo is disingenuous.

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  30. Sandra-VA says:

    The DOJ Official that retired and was found to have committed sexual harassment etc per the recent OIG report has been named:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Criminal prosecution declined is crazy. Yup, everything was true but whatever!

      The question is how long does that aura of invincibility surround that person. Done once out of the matrix or forever?


    • covfefe999 says:

      Not that I think harassment isn’t important, uh can we please go after the big crooks first and then clean up with the people who don’t know how to behave?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sandra-VA says:

        The reason i posted the article was because people were speculating it was one of the small group … It wasn’t. Also, the guy got away with it anyway…


  31. youme says:

    China caught stealing Boeing satellite technology

    Workers at a Boeing Co. plant in Los Angeles are nearing completion of a new satellite, which uses restricted technology relied on by the U.S. military. It was ordered by a local startup that seeks to improve web access in Africa.

    In reality, the satellite is being funded by Chinese state money, according to corporate records, court documents and people close to the project.

    About $200 million flowed to the satellite project from a state-owned Chinese financial firm in a complex deal that used offshore companies to channel China’s money to Boeing. It included a discussion with a longtime friend of China’s president, said the startup’s founders. (…)

    The American founders of the startup, Emil Youssefzadeh and Umar Javed, said they told Boeing from the outset over two years ago that Chinese government money was financing their satellite order. Later, they warned Boeing the Chinese financiers were actively interfering in the project. (…)

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  32. linda4298 says: DES MOINES, Iowa — Sen. Chuck Grassley says he will not support any Republican challenger to President Donald Trump in the primary ahead of the 2020 election.

    Grassley said Wednesday he will be supporting Trump.

    He says anyone is welcome to campaign in Iowa, which holds the first in the nation caucus, “but Chuck Grassley won’t be appearing with them.”

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  33. Sandra-VA says:

    This is pretty cool:

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  34. Sandra-VA says:

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Does this guy have an official connection to Trump???

      Liked by 1 person

      • WeThePeople2016 says:

        Absolutely. I have seen Rogers on FBN many times during the Trump transition period. He was on the Transition team. He is the real deal and is very pro-Trump! He was just on with Dobbs not too long ago. Here is his bio:

        Military Intel Officer,USN (Ret) FBI NJTTF, Nutley NJ Police Det/Lt (Ret) President,America Winning Coalition, Advisory Board, Donald J Trump for President 2020


    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Not heard of “American Winning Coalition” before this minute. Anyone know more about them?


  35. WES says:

    Now that the public funeral ceremony is over, it is back to business as usual in the DC swamp. Thankfully Sundance hasn’t gone ape over the dem’s love for dead Republicans by any posting funeral stories.

    The country may have set aside a day to remember a past president but sadly the sick msm have used the funeral to continue their attacks on the Trump Presidency. If politicians can set aside their differences for one day surely the msm should be able to too. Sadly that didn’t happen today.

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  36. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    I signed up for updates from Rep. Gohmert’s website, even though I do not live in his district:

    Upcoming Media Appearances

    Congressman Louie Gohmert (TX-01) will talk to Stuart Varney on his Fox Business show, “Varney & Co” Thursday (12/6) morning at 9:15AM CT. They will discuss the breaking news this week and what’s in store for Congress in the weeks ahead.

    Tune in to Fox Business TOMORROW at 9:15AM CENTRAL.
    Thursday | December 6, 2018

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    • alligatriot says:

      Louie is a trip!
      I think now that the 180-year old rule barring congress critters from wearing hats has been (or will be) rescinded to allow the hijab to be worn, Louie should show up in a 10-gallon Stetson! And spurs.


  37. jeans2nd says:

    Sundance has a most excellent synopsis of Gen Michael Flynn

    Victor Davis Hanson, on the Laura Ingraham Show last night, had a great take on Mueller’s sentencing recommendations for Gen Flynn 4:08

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  38. Donna in Oregon says:

    I wanted to bring to CTH attention that the DOJ has just made it’s first arrest for the Panama Papers. I believe that this is the lynch pin of the Swamp and the Globalists.

    The DOJ website: “announced today the unsealing of an indictment charging RAMSES OWENS, DIRK BRAUER, RICHARD GAFFEY, and HARALD JOACHIM VON DER GOLTZ, with wire fraud, tax fraud, money laundering, and other offenses…”

    Connections everywhere:

    BRAUER, who worked as an investment manager for Mossfon Asset Management,

    And within 5 minutes get this detailed account of their operations in Las Vegas….

    Just focusing on Las Vegas and the Panama Papers connection this reporter goes undercover and writes about it and starts in Panama and ends up in Vegas…..

    The Law Firm That Works with Oligarchs, Money Launderers, and Dictators

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  39. apfelcobbler says:

    It’s hard to not feel for the man GHWB. And his sons. GWB does have a humbling way about him – his eulogy was heart-wrenching. In 1988, I’d hoped GHWB would be the Bush that was always described in sterling terms – a man who would put America first. I remember being befuddled about his Thousand Points of Light speech and thinking ‘hmmm, this must be some idealism from his UN days – sounds harmless – if a little weird’. Never in a million years would I have guessed what was coming … even in spite of being a little wary of his being a CIA man. I was a believer back then.

    GHWB took the baton from Reagan and led us by the hand into globalism. Where might we be today had we not gone down the path of New World Order that GHWB so gushingly spoke of, using his famous warm and fuzzy phrases? Imagine if we hadn’t had any of these wars for which the Gulf War became the prototype? Not to mention the structural economic damage inflicted from NAFTA? Whatever Bush’s intentions, for certain the intelligence agencies and other institutions of that era did not object one iota to his agenda!

    Now, 30 years later, Americans had the wisdom to elect President Trump to reverse this globalist course and return America to its roots. Unlike GHWB, PT is meeting institutional resistance every inch of the way! That single pew with PT and the 3 previous presidents was like a force field of opposing energies, past and future.

    Today reminds us how good our future can be. PT took an early leave (we all know why) as the old guard hob-nobbed and cemented their connections. Isn’t it wonderful to know we have a President intent on doing the work of America First?

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  40. G3 says:

    WTH? America media is a danger.

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  41. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  42. Skippy says:

    MAGA Conservative
    Jeb Bush Breaks Silence On Generosity The Trump’s Showed The Bush Family

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Thank you for posting.

      Liked by 2 people

    • nimrodman says:

      Nice article, mostly good behavior all around.

      I’d pick a nit with that notion about “his father’s famous call for a “kinder, gentler America” and how that needs to come back.”

      What with open borders, illegals on welfare, Somali refugees on welfare, calls for “free college” and “free everything” …

      … the hard-working and responsible Americans are well on the way to being “kinder”-ed and “gentler”-ed out of all their cash.

      So there’s that.


  43. cdnintx says:

    Pres. Trump, Melania, Laura and George Bush

    Liked by 2 people

  44. spoogels says:

    FBI email chain may provide most damning evidence of FISA abuses yet

    Liked by 2 people

  45. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Liked by 3 people

  46. Bigbadmike says:

    It just occurred to me that 50 years from now the only person in DC that people will remember will be the President’s. Few people can name a Supreme Court Justice, House member, Cabinet member, General, or Senator during the Johnson Administration. Most people would remember LBJ and Ladybird. The Media are all vying to be Walter Cronkite. But that ain’t gonna happen. So President Trump and Melania will be the only people that will live in posterity. Everyone else is wasting their time unless they seek God.


  47. Totally Domestic says:

    Huber has ignored Clinton Foundation Wistleblowers. Not good!
    Mark Meadows on Fox Business News
    I will find the link….


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