December 27th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #707

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    • magatrump says:

      When will the SC rule on DACA? So infuriating how slow our government is!

      Liked by 7 people

      • redline says:

        At this moment, I don’t much trust Roberts to uphold our Constitution in many matters.

        Liked by 16 people

      • Skippy says:

        Amy Howe Independent Contractor and Reporter
        Posted Thu, November 8th, 2018 3:59 pm

        After federal government filing, 9th Circuit rules in DACA dispute

        Three days ago, the federal government went to the Supreme Court, asking the justices to weigh in on a dispute over the Trump administration’s decision to end a program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals even before the federal courts of appeals – and in particular the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit – could review the government’s appeal from district court rulings against it. Today the 9th Circuit issued its ruling in the challenge to the termination of the program, known as DACA, which allows some undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to apply for protection from deportation. The ruling means not only that the Supreme Court is now more likely to take up the DACA dispute, but that it could do so this term.

        In its filing on Monday, the federal government complained that the 9th Circuit had heard oral argument in the dispute in mid-May but had not yet issued its ruling. Arguing that the Supreme Court would inevitably have to weigh in on the DACA dispute, the government urged the justices to go ahead and do so now, without waiting for the courts of appeals to rule. Otherwise, the government contended, the Supreme Court might not decide the question until next term, which would require the government to keep DACA in place even though it believes the program is not legal.

        In an opinion issued today, a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit upheld a federal district court’s order requiring the government to keep the DACA program in place. Although the 9th Circuit’s ruling went against the government, the decision likely helped the government’s cause at the Supreme Court, because the justices rarely grant petitions for review before the courts of appeals have ruled; the justices prefer to have the benefit of those courts’ opinions, even if they often do not follow them.

        The challengers’ response to the government’s petition is currently due on December 5. Assuming that the court does not extend that deadline, the justices could announce as soon as mid-January whether they will take up the dispute.

        This post was originally published at Howe on the Court.

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      • vladdy says:

        Congress wasn’t slow on that prison reform bill, huh?

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    • suejeanne1 says:

      How can the Democratic Party leadership be trusted to keep our sovereignty secure?
      They talk about border security and the necessity of it but they don’t want to fund the wall.
      They talked quite a bit about abolishing ICE, so how can they be truly reliable on the issue of border security?
      They need to fund the wall to prove that they DO want border security!
      They need to turn a new leaf, work to earn trust in them, that they are trustworthy
      Get going with the wall and work with the President like a team – for the country!
      That would be so beautiful!


  2. agentcommonsense says:

    The fascinating untold story of Jeff Sessions’ first experience with Donald Trump

    2005 Sessions and Trump starts at 32 min mark

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    • See; they used to love Donald J. Trump, the Developer; Republicans and Democrats.
      What happened?
      He looks and sounds the same to me…..but then again…I’m just a dumb, stinkin’ deplorable, clinging to my guns, Bible and US Flag!

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    • rashomon says:

      This is a MUST WATCH for those unfamiliar with how DJT’s brain works, how he analyzes a project. He comes from a family with amazing (inherited?) skills and work ethic, and his practical experience of working in the most challenging environments is now available to us IF we will help him clear the path.

      Thanks for posting this, agent, as a reminder of what this man has brought to the table for so many years prior to his candidacy and election. Not many of our presidents have had such experience, ranging from negotiating with heads of state to the person installing faucets.

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    • AZ18 says:

      Trump wasn’t given the contract despite the committee saying they wanted him. The UN remodel was completed 2014-15 for $14 billion dollars just as Trump predicted if the remodel wasn’t removed from the UN.

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  3. Unreal!

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  4. Sentient says:

    OMG !!! Michael Cohen’s cell phone visited Prague! Trump is finished. The beginning of the end. The walls are closing in. It’s bombshell. A tipping point !!

    Liked by 11 people

  5. Well we will see next week!

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  6. Nigella says:

    Had a pop up come up on my computer… Michele Obama is the most admired Woman… Topping Hillary… Who the h*ll did they ask?

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  7. Good for him!

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      Hoping Mr Corsi brings the fire & brimstone but I’m prepared for the courts to slow-walk this to infinity.

      If the Flynn circus is ever finished I don’t really expect to hear anything from the general at all.

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    • Jeez , any excuse for a delay , but don’t be surprised by multiple arguments for delay / dismissal etc on Jan. 3 . They do not want to proceed on merits , dollars to donuts dismissed on procedural grounds of some sort .- I hope I’m wrong .

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    • MaineCoon says:

      One judicial circus after another. Give it your best shot, Corsi. Rooting for ya!

      Liked by 7 people

    • yy4u says:

      Mueller’s FBI targeted Dr. Steven Hatfill, accusing him of sending the anthrax letters in 2001-2002. Every time the FBI raided Dr. Hatfill’s house or office, the media were there to record the event. Every woofie Dr. Hatfil; ever told was in the media. He was embarrassed and humiliated He lost his job, his career was ruined. Hatfill struck back and sued the DOJ. He got millions. But not his job or his career back. Once Hatfill refused to take the fall, Mueller moved on to Dr. Bruce Ivins. Same song, second verse. Every misstep Ivins had ever made was in the media. Whenever the FBI raided Ivins’s home or workplace, the media were there to record it. Think maybe they had advance notice? He lost his job and his career. Not as tough as Hatfill, he killed himself at which time Mueller announced he was the anthrax perp and closed the case. Now nearly 20 years later, evidence has surfaced that maybe Ivins didn’t do it after all.
      I hope Corsi does what Hatfill did even if it means we the taxpayers have to pay. These people cannot continue to ruin innocent men and women just to keep the Deep State in power.

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      • avi says:

        amazing how a nazi like Herr Muller can do this to people and still have a job and a law license and not be in jail.
        amazing how both the FBI and Gestapo were run by nazis named Muller

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        • TPW says:

          Yes amazing that the citizens sit back and watch and complain…same thing with PT. How can this be that 63 to 70 million citizens can not demand change…..Just as I have repeated over and over the MSM is our biggest enemy.


    • You go for it Mr. Corsi! You are a strong and courageous person…God Bless You!!!
      And what does the government shutdown have to do with anything; his funding isn’t being affected. What a slimeball.

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    • Does Corsi have a gofundme account or anything. I would support someone like him…he has guts…and integrity.

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  8. FofBW says:

    Who is on the Globalists Board of Directors and who might the Chairman be.

    IMO, Soros is just one of the operations executives.

    Cut off the head of the snake and keep cutting till the snake dies.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Soros is a Gofer. A high up gofer but still a gofer.

      Remember that the UK has always been the home of the Globalists. Think Cecil Rhodes, Milner (of the Milner Round Tables like the CFR) and Nathan Rothschild.

      Think Shell Oil and Global Warming, Agenda 21, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) connections. Shell Oil home of Shell Oil VP Ged Davis who WROTE Sustainablity B1 scenario aka Agenda 21 for the IPCC. Another Shell Oil exec Doug McKay was at the IPCC scenario meetings. McKay was also Senior Financial Analyst with the World Bank. Robert Watson worked for the World Bank while Chair of the IPCC.

      Shell Oil (and BP and the Rockefellers) have been pushing global warming since day one when they provided the initial funding for the Climate Research Unit of East Anglia.

      David Hone is not only SHELL OIL’S Senior Climate Change Adviser he is also Chairman of the International Emissions Trading Association. Besides lobbying the UK Parliament to strangle Shale Gas by insisting that CCS be deployed – in which venture he’s succeeded- he and his mentor James Smith, SHELL OIL’S previous UK Chairman took SHELL very deeply into Carbon Trading.

      The Dutch royal family (The House of Orange) is still reportedly the biggest shareholder in the Dutch part of the group, although the size of its stake has long been a source of debate. The Queen of England is also a major stockholder link and Scuttlebutt and more Scuttlebutt.
      Another major stockholder is the Rothschilds, along with the Rockefellers.. The Rothschild Investment Trust was formed in 1988 => RIT Capital Partners. Rockefellers and Rothschilds Unite

      World Wildlife Fund
      Prince Bernhard of the Dutch Royal Family with his NAZI connections, is the Founding President of World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
      HRH The Duke of Edinburgh (Queen Elizabeth’s Hubby) served as International President of WWF for 16 years until his retirement at the end of 1996.

      John H. Loudon, Better known as “the Grand Old Man of Shell”, John H. Loudon, a Dutchman, headed Royal Dutch Shell from 1951 to 1965…. He was President of WWF from 1976 to 1981, and also a member of The 1001 Club.

      Ruud Lubbers served three terms as Prime Minister of the Netherlands between 1982 and 1994, thus becoming the longest serving Dutch Prime Minister…. He continued in Parliament as Senior Deputy Leader, and later Parliamentary Leader of the Christian Democratic Alliance. He became President of WWF International on 1 January 2000, but only served for one year as he was appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from 2001-2005.

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  9. concerned3 says:

    If you were the Gang-Of Eight, would you want Hillary Clinton forced to talk? The Current, DOJ is still helping Hillary Clinton to hide information!

    “Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch revealed on Wednesday that the DOJ is colluding with Hillary Clinton email scandal witnesses to thwart court-ordered discovery to stop the watchdog’s efforts to gather evidence.

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  10. CornPicker says:

    It pains me to see the amazing Caroline Glick get it wrong I have great respect for her but onTrump dealing with Turkey she isn’t seeing the whole picture .

    CTH> If you think about it, either: (A) Turkey needs to comply with group regional security and stability measures; or (B) Turkey needs to be kicked out of NATO, confronted and crushed.<

    Caroline Glick
    Erdogan is a bad actor and
    is making a mistake treating him as a credible one. He is not a US ally. He does not share US interests in the Middle East generally or in Syria specifically. He cannot be trusted and should not be respected

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  11. concerned3 says:

    If you were the Gang-Of Eight, would you want Hillary Clinton forced to talk? Would you want Peter Strzok’s phone and text message revealed?

    The Current, DOJ hides messages this time!

    Mueller’s Special Counsel team of 13 angry Democrats scrubbed Peter Strzok’s phone and then turned it over to the Office of Inspector General investigators AFTER Peter Strzok was fired from the special counsel.

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  12. Just saw this headline: “Iraqi lawmakers demand U.S. withdrawal after Trump visit.”
    I hope PDJT will seriously consider it. Syria is #1. Iraq could be #2 and Afghanistan could be #3. That’s the hat trick that’ll really piss off the Dems. Throw Germany in there too – might as well fire up the EU. Let them defend themselves. Isolationism is not a bad thing.

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    • yy4u says:

      H&HC — I have a fantasy where an American president goes to Europe where protesters are protesting Americans, goes up to the mic and says s/he understands the protesters complaints and has decided to do something about it. As of that day, s/he will sign EOs to remove ALL American troops from Western Europe which has had plenty of time to recover from WWII. So far as NATO, it’s kaput. Meaningless. Turkey is not on the North Atlantic. America will make individual alliances with countries friendly to America. Those that have an abundance of anti-American protesters, like Germany and England, can go suck a lemon. Ta-ta. Don’t call us the next time you get at each other’s throats. So far as Russia. If anybody thinks Russia needs to take on Eurabia with its inherent rising problems, I have a bridge to sell them. Russia has enough of its own problems with Muslim uprising to take on a Muslim dominated western Europe. Nor does China want Europe. In fact, I’m not sure Europe wants Europe.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Withdrawal from Germany…would love that! Let us keep the same number of troops in Europe but in countries friendly to the U.S. and to President Trump and only countries who respect their own country and borders. Let Western Europe work out its own problems!

      Liked by 5 people

  13. Our Spirit says:

    Trump exposes Queen Elizabeth’s secret plan to take over the world

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Haven’t clicked the video… but seriously? The English throne already took over the world… and have since lost it. They won’t be getting it back, they can’t even exit from the EU!

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    • pnj01 says:

      At about 40 minutes, the conspiracy theorist blames the whole thing on the Catholic Church. HUH??? “Tavistock” has nothing to do with the Catholic Church, but with one of its biggest enemies, the Protestant Interests in England. Tavistock is a familial appanage of the Russell Family (the Earls/Dukes of Bedford including at least one 19th C British PM (Lord Russell)).

      The Russell Family Fortune is based on Henry VIII’s gifts to Thomas Cromwell’s subordinate, the Earl of Bedford, who helped Cromwell seize all the English Monasteries and then to suppress the outrage of the Catholic People of England who rose in the Rebellion known as the Pilgrimage of Grace. Russell again suppressed the Catholics of Western England who protested further changes in the Mass said by the Anglican Church in the 1549 Prayer Book Rebellion. Among the monasteries that the Russell Family was awarded for its anti-Catholic hatred was Tavistock Abbey.

      Here is some background on Tavistock from Wikipedia (fair use):

      “The town continued to prosper in the charge of the abbots, acquiring one of England’s first printing presses in 1525. Tavistock remained an important centre of both trade and religion until the Dissolution of the Monasteries—the abbey was demolished in 1539, leaving the ruins still to be seen around the centre of the town. From that time on, the dominant force in the town became the Russell family, Earls and later Dukes of Bedford, who took over much of the land following the Dissolution.

      Tavistock is tied from late medieval times with the Russells, the family name of the Earls of Bedford and since 1694, the Dukes of Bedford. This is clearly seen from the history of the town. The second title of the Duke of Bedford is the Marquess of Tavistock, taken as the courtesy title of the eldest son and heir to the dukedom, and illustrates the importance of this Devon town, its hinterland and the minerals beneath it to the family’s fortunes. It is believed that the Russell family retains considerable interests in the locality. Most recently, Robin, the short-lived 14th Duke, as Marquess of Tavistock, was a frequent visitor to the town along with his wife, Henrietta. Andrew Russell is the 15th Duke of Bedford and Marquess of Tavistock.

      It is this Russell family connection through the Bedford Estates which gives the name by ownership to Russell Square and Tavistock Square in London, famously home to the Tavistock Clinic, and the bus-bombing of 7 July 2005.”


    • paulraven1 says:

      I’m worn out with byzantine conspiracy theories. It’s not that complicated. That is, the deep state and leftist seditious will to power is not complicated. It’s right in front of us. Lately I’ve given up on Owen Benjamin as he’s become obsessed with conspiracy theories (e.g., the moon landing). It all feels childish and superfluous.

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  14. Dora says:

    Illegal Immigrant. You hear that dems? The cop killer is here illegally.

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    • youme says:

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      • yy4u says:

        This is so wrong. A young American policeman just beginning his life murdered by someone who shouldn’t be in the country in the first place. Look at that beautiful baby who now has to grow up without his/her father. Look at the beautiful young widow who now has to struggle through single motherhood, the dog who’ll be waiting for his human father to come home. I’m sick over this. Why do we allow this to happen. What’s wrong with Americans that we tolerate this?

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        • Dora says:

          I agree with everything you said.

          Liked by 1 person

        • bakocarl says:

          “What’s wrong with Americans that we tolerate this?”

          I don’t think that the words exist in the English language to properly express the outrage that everyone should feel in this situation.

          Liked by 3 people

          • flova says:

            This is horrific,
            This policeman’s blood is on every last open borders Dem who have targeted ICE and Americans instead of the illegals!
            The truth is we are all sitting ducks. I just had a co worker sideswiped by a drunk driver, here illegally driving with no license! Luckily, she is okay but has to go through her own insurance company to fix damages and medical bills.
            And that’s in Virginia where that pond scum Gov Northam wants to make us a sanctuary state.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t think the left cares because: 1) he’s a cop, 2) wrong type of brown minority, and 3) Guns always BAD

      Wait, are California authorities cooperating with Feds?! Because they might deport him – after we sentence and jail him for 50 years that is.


    • Peoria Jones says:

      He wasn’t here legally. And to top it off, he wasn’t an immigrant.


  15. pnj01 says:

    The magic word in the Business reporting on NBC News (carried in NY on WOR, among other stations) today was “FALTERING.” After mentioning the worst Christmas Eve on the markets ever, the news noted that the 1086 point recovery on Dec. 26 was “FALTERING.” Because the market remained in the red until the last half hour, the Market got lots of attention

    However, by 4 PM, the Dow, the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 ALL ended up in the green. So how did the 4 PM News handle that development? It just skipped any mention of the Market. Oh well. Finally (after the commercials) the newsreader mentioned it was ending positive after having “plunged” over 600 points. Very neutral language except for the “plunged.” Not as good as “faltering” perhaps, but the worst they could portray a positive market.

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  16. DT2020 says:

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    • Mr Spock says:

      Is Hewitt also complaining about gasoline dropping below $2 per gallon? I didn’t think so. Removing excessive crazy regulations is a primary reason for the boom in energy production and resultant cheap prices.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I just picked one somewhat randomly. And this is NYT language so take that into consideration.

      5. Repealed a requirement that state and regional authorities track tailpipe emissions from vehicles traveling on federal highways.

      Sounds like a waste of money to me.

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  19. yy4u says:

    When I read that POTUS had flown to Iraq to visit the troops, I thought I was having an out of body experience. Iraq? Didn’t Obama remove the troops from Iraq in 2011. So I looked up on Google and sure enough, Reuters and NY Times both published back in 2011 that the troops had been removed from Iraq. So if POTUS visited the American troops in Iraq over Christmas, whose troops did Obama remove in 2011? President Trump just pulled a fast one on the media by flying into a war zone while they (the media) were reporting that he was the only president in recent memory who hadn’t flown into a war zone and compounding his effrontery by visiting troops former President Obama had withdrawn seven years ago.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      You need to move out of your time warp. In 2011, there was a large contingent of trainers and troops performing “security” missions. Currently, there are about 5,000 troops currently in Iraq. The number was clandestinely higher when combat vs ISIS was at its peak.


      • Yy4u says:

        There was a big deal in the media about the One moving troops out of Iraq. That was the point. “You need to get out of your time warp”…Is that necessary?

        Frankly I didnt know we still had forces there. REUTERS and NYT both reported BO had removed the troops from Iraq.


        • andyocoregon says:

          Obama did remove many of our troops from Iraq and shortly after ISIS moved in and took over most of the country. Then Congress voted for more manpower and several thousand more troops were brought back to Iraq to take out ISIS, which they did.


  20. LULU says:

    Hayward: Washington Post Admits Khashoggi Let Qatar ‘Draft Material’ for Columns


    Reaboi found it shocking the Washington Post would suddenly disclose these details and complicate the Khashoggi narrative unless the paper was trying to get out in front of even more damaging revelations to come.

    “Rumors have floated inside the Beltway about the contents of Khashoggi’s text messages and, potentially, evidence of wire transfers from Qatar found at his residences in Turkey and in Virginia,” he noted. (snip)
    The confluence of interests involved in the Khashoggi information war got what they wanted: the relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia was badly damaged, American policy in the Middle East was altered, and President Trump’s domestic critics were handed a new cudgel with which to beat him.

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  21. Mr Spock says:

    Mailman’s son loses again…

    Liked by 17 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      The legislation expands gun access for off-duty police officers and allows pre-emption of local gun restrictions, among other things.

      Senators had hoped to address Kasich’s objections by stripping its so-called stand-your-ground language, but he vetoed the legislation anyway.

      Kasich opposed language shifting the burden of proof in self-defense cases from defendants to prosecutors. He also criticized lawmakers for refusing to debate a “red flag” law allowing gun rights to be temporarily stripped from people who show warning signs of violence.

      Wow, Kasich calls himself a Republican? Seems quite Nazi-Dem to me.

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    • LULU says:

      Tiresome little person, Kasich…

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  22. patrickhenrycensored says:

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    • Koot Katmando says:

      Sounds like he is about to give up on it this time. I guess he really does not have a choice. I do wish McConnell would force a vote on the house 5b and make the Rs show their hand and see how many R senators are really with Crying Chuck.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ken Lawson says:

        Even that wouldn’t tell you how many are with the Dems. McConnell is with them and so are 90% of the Republicans. They only vote for Trump’s agenda when they are cornered. If they know it will lose or it’s election time, then they’ll vote for the Trump agenda. They are part of the UniParty and it’s against their interests (which means the interests of their globalist donors) to support the Trump agenda.

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        • Koot Katmando says:

          I guess you are correct. I do think there are a handful that would vote no now. I would like to know who they are? It would also help the Rs campaign in 2020 by showing the Ds that voted no on it.

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      • Moultrie Flag says:

        Why would Mitch do that? Like Sundance has said, although not specifically in regards to Mitch? There are trillions at stake. Mitch and his wife are neck deep.

        Quit wishing for Mitch, damn it seems like we need a nationwide effort to primary a literal turtle.

        I’m willing to help, Kentucky how do can we help?

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Have you noticed a decoupling of border security and funding for the wall from immigration reform? I hope this is a sign of a permanent strategy going forward.

      IMO, entangling wall funding with so-called comprehensive immigration reform can only lead to trouble and disappointment for us.

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  23. Dora says:

    Forever Nipping at His Heels

    The New York Times assigns a team of reporters to find out if Trump really had bone spurs.

    The left’s obsessions are as stale as ever. But they give liberals something to do during vacation: In the morning, they can open up the New York Times and read about Trump’s Vietnam-era “bone spurs”; in the afternoon, they can hit the cinema and watch a long movie about Dick Cheney’s “unitary” theory of executive power. No controversy is too musty for the left to relive.

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  25. Dutchman says:

    Ironically, one of the stories of Mohammed, short version he fled the big city, after p.o.’ing TPTB, ended up in smaller town, ingratiated himself.

    Then herd enemies,in City were,sending army to attack and kill him and his followers, men, women, children.

    And he didn’t HAVE an army, just men, women and children.

    So, they built a WALL: a trench, with the dirt bermed on one side.

    The army, on horses and in chariots arrived, realised they would have to cross an 8′ x 8′ trench, and then climb up 18′, all the while villagers,would be throwing hot oil/water, rocks, whatever down on their heads. It eas,desert, so no trees to build ladders with.

    They studied the wall for awhile, discussed and dismissed all options,…

    And went home.

    The MUSLIMS know WALLS WORK, but chuck and nancy still insist they don’t!

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Actually Dutchman, I don’t think so. Chuck and Nancy know full well that walls work. That’s what they’re afraid of. Not just because it would keep future Democrat voters out of the country, but also because if the president gets the wall they know that they will not be able to take the White House in 2020. That’s the reason they are against the wall.

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  26. Moultrie Flag says:

    I added a photo for an avatar. Now I have to log in for every post and wait for it to get moderated.


    I am 100% Maga and have been a Treeper since ’14

    What gives? Is it WordPress?


  27. burnett044 says:

    when is the Stae of the Union???
    and have we ever had a SOU speech while the government was in shut down….thanks

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  28. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  29. Pokey says:

    Now that PDJT has taken a big bite out of a couple the Swamp’s alligators, he had better stick to his word and fight this wall funding battle. With guts and lots of help from us, he might just win a decisive battle that will guarantee him 1) a win in 2020 and 2) a take back of the House of Representatives. 3) Mitch McConnell will have to be publicly spanked for putting that continuing resolution on his desk and be forced to go nuclear to get the damned thing done. Parts 1 and 2 are probable, but part 3 is still unlikely to happen.


    • Ken Lawson says:

      I don’t think it’s even reasonable to say that the president better stick to his word. We’ve never had in our lifetimes a president who stuck to his word as much as President Trump (I’m a baby boomer and I can remember back to Eisenhower). I think that the only thing that would keep him from keeping a promise is if he’s blocked by the UniParty and their globalist masters and can’t get around them. Remember, the president is one man against a worldwide group (don’t think for a minute that the powers over the UniParty are just within this country). The fact that he’s got a history of keeping promises is a good sign. However, sometimes even those who are good at keeping promises are stopped by forces they cannot control.

      I absolutely think the wall is the most important thing for our country’s future. However, I accept that it’s a long shot for the president to get it. I hope he does and think if anyone has a chance, it’s him. But I also accept that even if he doesn’t, he’s done more already in his presidency than just about any president in history has done in their entire term in office.

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      • POTUS will succeed in this endeavor to build a wall to protect our country from interlopers who are dangerous to the American People.
        It’s for the American People and POTUS will keep his promise.
        The wall is being repaired, and new construction is going on at the present time.
        Don’t fall for all the negativity and the lies coming in from all evil sides of the globalists.
        It will get done.
        Don’t lose faith.


  30. FofBW says:

    heart breaker

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  31. jeans2nd says:

    No Words…

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  32. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Abster says:

      This really is sick. What is it people don’t understand. Build the wall. Albert some of our own peeps need to be on other side, too.

      Liked by 2 people

    • bakocarl says:

      When are our own Republicans, the ones that we think are “MAGA Trump” through and through, going to get really, really pissed off, overtly, on camera, about this situation?

      We are way, way past thoughtful, measured response, discussions or strongly worded statements. I want to see some real, gritty, “I’ve had it and I’m not going to take it any more” statements followed by some hard-nosed action.

      Illegal aliens are killing our Police Officers! What are you MAGA Reps, Senators and even the President going to do to stop it? NOW!!!

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      • dallasdan says:

        Many RINOs have been fully outed, and they are comfortable with it. The addition of two to the senate majority won’t be enough to adequately support the President.


    • snosandy says:

      Obama and the Dems said if Obamacare saved one life, it was worth the trillion dollars (plus) in taxpayer dollars it cost, yet we hear of multiple illegal immigrant murders each year and the Dems won’t budge for a 5 billion dollar allocation in the budget for border security that includes a physical barrier…and will extend a shutdown indefinitely.


  33. Majik says:

    Are any of you seeing what is on OAN right now? Sundance research madebinto a movie!

    Liked by 1 person

  34. litenmaus says:

    The Washington Examiner reports that in a fundraising memo, Tom Perez states “the DNC is the only official organization that is working to defeat Donald Trump every day from now until Election Day in 2020,”

    The DNC is the only “official” organization working to defeat Donald Trump every day. And Tom Perez is very proud of that lofty platform. SMDH!

    Liked by 3 people

  35. jeans2nd says:

    RIP from a grateful nation

    Liked by 6 people

  36. jeans2nd says:

    Who says tariffs do not work? Panda mask slips, Panda is back on its heels…5:03

    awful quiet in here tonight. make some noise!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  37. Skippy says:

    NYC Scanner
    10m10 minutes ago
    Massive Transformer explosion reported at 20th Ave at the Con Edison plant.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 2 people

  39. bessie2003 says:

    Just saw this. It’s a Periscope livestream from yesterday, about 15 minutes in length, of the President with the troops in Iraq. Hope this link works


  40. duchess01 says:

    Thursday, 27 December 2018
    Funding the United Nations Is Making Less Sense Than Ever
    Written by James Murphy


  41. duchess01 says:

    Thursday, 27 December 2018
    ICE Removes Two More Mexicans Wanted For Killings, Early December Raid Nets 63
    Written by R. Cort Kirkwood

    Liked by 1 person

  42. duchess01 says:

    Saturday, 22 December 2018
    Good Food+Good Morals=Good Business: Boycotted Chick-fil-A Crows in Triumph
    Written by Selwyn Duke

    Despite being targeted by activists for destruction, it’s Chick-fil-A that now has the reason to crow:

    It’s poised to leapfrog a few major competitors to become our nation’s number-three fast-food chain in terms of sales, remaining behind only McDonald’s and Starbucks. The kicker is that it does this being open only six days a week; Christian-owned, every franchise is closed Sundays.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      At the malls by me Chick-fil-A is ALWAYS crowded. People will stand and wait 20 mins to get their food even now years after they opened up locations here.

      Liked by 4 people

      • dallasdan says:

        Yep. Here too. Love it.

        Liked by 2 people

      • duchess01 says:

        That is a wonderful testament to what they are doing right – when you treat people with respect, provide a good product and honor God while doing it – you cannot lose!

        The angels are singing, dancing, and celebrating in Heaven because this business gives honor, glory, and praise to God!

        Liked by 2 people

        • boogywstew says:

          What many libtards love to forget is that Chick-fil-A has gay employees in management but that the owner dared to voice his own personal opinion about gay marriage. God forbid anyone has their own POLITE opinion.

          Liked by 1 person

          • duchess01 says:

            Isn’t it against the law to discriminate, stew? much the same as it would be to ask a young lady if/when she planned on having a family – during an employment interview – it is unacceptable –

            While they are entitled to their opinion – I do not have to accept it – nor would I ask a business owner if he/she employs someone whose lifestyle and/or values differ from my own – period

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  43. bflyjesusgrl says:

    Warning: Language! Still Funny!


  44. Well of course Trump isn’t stupid. It’s patently stupid to make such a claim. In fact an embarrassingly recursive IQ trap is being sprung on those who think he is. I’m consistently struck by the fact that those who hammer the ‘Trump is a moron’ trope never struck me as being terribly smart themselves. Moreover I had often determined this ‘wantingness’ to my own satisfaction prior to their derisive Trump comments. Trump acts as a strange foil and seems to catch a lot of earnest script-readers almost as though he’s a Rorschach test for those educated (or indoctrinated) beyond the frontiers of their native acumen. What Trumponomics is doing for example has no ready touchstones in contemporary media. To fully appreciate it, you have to truly comprehend it as opposed to merely regurgitating the hackneyed narratives. The mavens of manufactured consent either reflexively detest/fear it, or haven’t caught up with it, probably a little of both.

    Jordan Peterson, nobody’s dummy, clarifies the obvious here.

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