December 29th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #709

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1,112 Responses to December 29th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #709

  1. concerned3 says:

    “Push Their Propaganda” is actually an understatement. The US Government passed a act to allow Propaganda to be used on American citizens, but it does not end their. It seems what passes as our government now thanks to Obama and Congress, allows for the same government, to pay news, outlets and reports for distribution of their Propaganda. Think I am telling you a lie, check it out yourself. Notice how they all seem to be reading from a script!

    The Liberal Mainstream Media Is Now Using Communist Tactics to Push Their Propaganda and Lies on the American Public

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  2. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  3. Zorro says:

    Has anyone considered that since America has turned its back on God, that God is turning his back to America and will allow totalitarian Demosocialism as a tribulation?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sedanka says:

      I don’t believe that God turns his back on individuals who want to be connected to him, and I don’t believe that God would destroy an entire country with so many of those individuals in it in order to punish only the bad ones.

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      • Bible is filled with stories as is history, of countries with good people in them that were destroyed.

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        • Marc says:

          And it has many examples of the righteous being spared from that destruction. Ever heard of Sodom and Gomorrah?

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          • piper567 says:

            Marc, I like to recall the story of Nineveh…when Jonah preached to them, they repented of their wickedness, so God did not destroy them.
            BUT, they later went back to their old ways, and, well, turns out their respite was just a parenthesis.
            I do think the USA was given a gift.
            Remains to be seen what we do with our gift.
            God be with President Trump, and may we continue to pray.

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      • bakocarl says:

        You are correct – God doesn’t turn His back on individuals who want to be connected to him . . . but “turn His back” may have different meanings depending on your point of view.

        Some people my think God is turning His back by allowing Christians to be killed in the Roman arenas for sport, or used as burning candles by Nero, or killed by the thousands every year by Muslims.

        However, when God says “I will never leave you nor forsake you”, He is speaking about Christian souls. We made be snuffed out well before our 70 years on earth, but we look forward to an eternity with God in heaven. “So we can confidently say, “The Lord is my helper; I will not fear; what can man do to me?” ”

        So, if God will shortly allow our nation to be taken over by those who are antithetical to Him, we may lose everything, including our lives as a consequence, but He has our souls safely in the palms of His hands.

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      • Pipefitter1289 says:

        God doesn’t destroy people. When people turn away from Him, He withdraws His protection. It’s a spiritual legality issue.

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Comment deleted by Admin…

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    • covfefe999 says:

      TBH I don’t think times are any worse now than ever before. We’re able to verify the corruption now, and we have many more sources of information. We know more.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Johansen says:

      Zorro…. everyone in America hasn’t turned their back on God, but I get your point.
      The bigger question is, “if everyone prayed for America as much as *you* do, would there be anyone praying?”

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    • InAz says:

      @ Zorro

      I have considered this very thing many times.


    • Sayit2016 says:

      No, I have not considered that at all… what I do see is people of faith. praying for our country and our President every single day and asking for his wisdom and guidance. What the end of days looks like who knows….


  4. G3 says:

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  5. bakocarl says:

    rf121 says: Dec 29, 2018 at 12:52 pm
    “Because you read it on the internet.”

    I read it on the internet
    That little gray men are coming to get
    The hoard of gold I keep at home
    Which is why I never use the phone.

    I guard my thoughts with a tinfoil hat
    So they’ll never find out where it’s at
    And come sometime in the dark of night
    With a humming sound and a big, bright light.

    My neighbors, they all think I’m a loon
    Out every night, baying at the moon
    But I’ll be safe from this awful threat
    ‘Cause I read it on the internet.

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  6. Dora says:

    This explains why the illegals are being dropped here in such numbers.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. rustybritches says:

    Some one soon needs to convince the President that if he does not do something quickly about putting out all the paper work that he has, he will not get a chance again before they impeach him There is an article out today with a poll done by a writer at the HILL, SAYING THAT OVER 40% of people believe Trump should be impeached, my big question again, is what do these people know that I don’t, I didn’t realize that he had done anything wrong Today, I feel sadness in my heart that this is exactly what the left will do if for no other reason than prove they can..
    I hate Obama and I hate Clinton because of what they have done to him.. If I was him I would
    never give in to any of their paper demands I would just throw them in the trash and as for them having any proof What ever he did as a business man years ago can not be held against him as he is the President of the United States.. They are saying that Mueller now wants to sit down With Trump even though he said he would be satisfied with the answered Questions Well now Mueller is making it sound as if because he has other questions He didn’t believe what the President put down as his answer Well MR Mueller take it and stuff it where the sun does not shine and if
    Juelanni allows a sit down with Mueller then he should be disbarred Mueller Comey Obama and Clinton should be put in Gitmo. and the key broken off in the lock so no one can get them out

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  8. linda4298 says:

    Donald J. Trump

    Just had a long and very good call with President Xi of China. Deal is moving along very well. If made, it will be very comprehensive, covering all subjects, areas and points of dispute. Big progress being made!

    11:03 AM – Dec 29, 2018

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  9. zooamerica says:

    Good afternoon, Treepers. Hope everyone is having a relaxing Saturday.

    I recently found a “new” interesting website and would like to share it with everyone here. It is called The Clover Chronicle.

    One particular article I would like to share is very interesting!

    Former President George W. Bush’s Twitter Account Goes Dark


  10. ALEX says:

    Watch out

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  11. ALEX says:

    If Trump Derangement Syndrome has evolved into a full-fledged malady impacting half the American population, it now seems to have spawned a new ailment: Mad Dog Disease. The basic symptoms are the inexplicable sorrow being expressed by anti-war activists, flower-bearing peaceniks, who incomprehensibly cannot sleep, eat, or otherwise function now that James “Mad Dog” Mattis no longer is our Secretary of Defense.

    They can’t handle it: Who will protect us, if not our sweet beloved Mad Dog?

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  12. CopperTop says:

    Ret. Gen Jack Keane on WSJ/fox slot today, paraphrase: “Without missiles being fired over Japan and Guam and things settled down, it’s hard to negotiate getting a list of missile sites or put pressure.”

    His micro expression? “I can’t believe I just said that.”

    45 wanted to stop the missiles. Mission accomplished!

    Perhaps some uniparty types are starting to hear themselves talk as exampled by Keane’s body language due to VSG 45 making it clear as to the point of war and the point of dialogue. Even if they can’t hear themselves, I know sensible Americans do and that 45 is very good at making the case for his choices on the world stage.

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    • CopperTop says:

      OH oh and Keane
      “Iran has exactly what they want in Syria…all of it!” : Ummm duh…and BO gave it to them

      “But at least Saudi’s are giving money to rebuild the areas of concern to them”

      Um Duh because 45 has already decided they would do this after his agreement to be quiet on Kashoggi while Saudi’s also pay to privatize the American military influence in Syria. Not everyone thinks this is awesome but when we’ve overspent EVERYWHERE in life and limb…it’s a proper course of action.

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  13. getfitnow says:

    I’d be surprised if you find this story in the MSM.

    FTA – Concerned about U.S. Coast Guard forces losing a paycheck in the partial government shutdown, President Trump personally urged his team to find a solution that would allow the administration to make this week’s $75 million payroll, according to officials.
    Trump stepped in on Wednesday, calling on top lawyers and staffers to determine if the Coast Guard could make payroll despite being included in the shutdown that has impacted about 25 percent of the government, including the Department of Homeland Security, which houses the Coast Guard.

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  14. getfitnow says:

    FTA – President Trump took a brilliant, gutsy step in confronting China over its parasitic trade strategy, and the signs today are unmistakable that he made the right call.

    Consider two developments in the last few days.

    China’s principal stock market in Shanghai has closed out 2018 with the world’s worst decline. The South China Morning Post in Hong Kong reports:

    Shanghai’s stock benchmark ended 2018 as the world’s worst market performer for a second year, falling 24.6 per cent over 12 months as an unprecedented trade war between China and the United States weighed on the Chinese economy and crimped corporate earnings.

    The city’s key stock index closed the year at 2,493.90, while the benchmark on the smaller Shenzhen bourse fell 33.2 per cent during the period to 1,267.87. The combined capitalisation of the two exchanges fell by US$2.4 trillion to 43.3 trillion yuan (US$6.3 trillion) during the year, overtaken by Tokyo as Asia’s largest equity market.

    “The stock market is often the barometer of a nation’s economic health, and the weakness in China’s A-share market reflects the serious troubles in the Chinese economy,” said Li Wenhui, an analyst for Huatai United Securities.

    Don Surber looks at this data and concludes:

    Chairman Xi’s refusal to compromise with President Trump has cost his country $2.4 trillion so far in 2018.

    That’s enough to build 96 Mexican walls.

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  15. andyocoregon says:

    View this post on Instagram


    A post shared by Donald Trump Jr. (@donaldjtrumpjr) on

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  16. andyocoregon says:

    Highly suspicious that this young lady contracted the Swine Flu in San Diego and died shortly thereafter. Did she get the disease from an illegal alien? There are many of them in San Diego.

    Liked by 7 people

  17. Dora says:

    ‘I’m not allowed to talk about that’: Nancy Pelosi office stonewalls on her shutdown vacation in Hawaii

    Liked by 4 people

  18. JasonF says:

    The Nation is an extreme left-wing magazine, and the most widely-read weekly publication of left-wing political and cultural news. They have just published a report that I found interesting: “New Studies Show Pundits Are Wrong About Russian Social-Media Involvement in US Politics: Far from being a sophisticated propaganda campaign, it was small, amateurish, and mostly unrelated to the 2016 election“.

    An extract from the report is below.


    Entertaining the possibility that Russian social-media posts impacted the election outcome requires more than just a contemptuous view of average voters. It also requires the abandonment of elementary standards of logic, probability, and arithmetic. We now have corroboration of this judgment…..

    Hillary Clinton was quoted posing what she dubbed the “real question”: “How did the Russians know how to target their messages so precisely to undecided voters in Wisconsin, or Michigan, or Pennsylvania?” In fact, the Russians spent a grand total of $3,102 in these three states, with the majority of that paltry sum not even during the general election but during the primaries….

    There is no indication that the disinformation spread by employees of a St. Petersburg troll farm has had a discernible impact on the US electorate. The barrage of claims to the contrary is but one element of an infinitely larger chorus from failed political elites, sketchy private firms, shadowy intelligence officials, and credulous media outlets that inculcates the Western public with fears of a Kremlin “sowing discord.” Given how divorced the prevailing alarm is from the actual facts—and the influence of those fueling it—we might ask ourselves whose disinformation is most worthy of concern.


    When The Nation publishes something like that, it is clear that the “Russia, Russia, Russia” smears are seriously failing.

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    • yucki says:

      Writers for The Nation have a long tradition of supporting everything from the USSR to its successors. Scholarly sorts (including Distinguished Harvard Faculty) have built reputations on such “engagement”.

      They’re correct on muh-Russia; it’s also Party line.
      ZeroHedge frequently carries articles linked to “Strategic Culture”. That’s Putin. So is “Unz” – posing as Orthodox Christianity (Russian State-vetted Orthodox Christianity).

      Of course Russia sponsoring alternative media doesn’t invalidate the content. We get better coverage of the Moslem invasion of Europe from RT and Sputnik than the current EU-crop. Uncle Vlad is still doing the divide-&-conquer routine.


    • Robert Smith says:

      This does NOT mean Mueller will close up shop. He will just keep widening his investigation forever. Mueller must be terminated because his initial appointment was bogus in all ways. However, Mueller’s probably following the super double-secret Rosenstein directions where he’s a complete, independent DOJ.


  19. youme says:

    Summary: FPC v. Whitaker is a federal constitutional, statutory, and APA challenge to the DOJ/ATF ban on “bump-stock” devices brought President Trump’s ban on “bump stock” devices by executive fiat


    The President’s Designation of Matthew Whitaker Violated the Constitution’s Appointments Clause
    The President unconstitutionally assigned the Attorney General’s responsibilities to a non-officer
    The President’s designation of Mr. Whitaker violated the Appointments Clause because he is serving as a principal officer
    The Government’s arguments defending Mr. Whitaker’s service under the Appointments Clause are non-responsive
    Applying the canon of constitutional avoidance, the Vacancies Act is fairly read not to give the President the power to appoint a non-confirmed official in these circumstances
    The AG Act automatically designates the Deputy Attorney General as the Acting Attorney General
    The Government’s contrary arguments are unpersuasive


  20. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  21. youme says:

    NYT Report Pushes Credit Card Companies To Monitor Gun Buyers
    In an advocacy piece imperfectly dressed up as a news story, New York Times financial reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin observes that some perpetrators of mass public shootings have bought guns and ammo using credit cards, and asks why credit card companies and banks should not be made to stop this. How? Well, they could “create systems to track gun purchases that would allow them to report suspicious patterns” and “prevent [customers] from buying multiple guns in a short period of time.” Invoking the Patriot Act – you knew that was coming, didn’t you? – the piece goes on to ask why the sweeping financial-snooping powers bestowed on the feds by that act should not be deployed against everyday civilians who purchase more guns than would seem fit for them to buy.

    The piece notes with apparent approval that “several payment systems — including PayPal, Square and Apple Pay — already [have] established rules that ban the sale of guns and gun-related items using their systems” but says no banks have done so. (Following an earlier Sorkin report, Bank of America and Citibank announced that they would discontinue relationships with gun companies – all part of the burgeoning movement that has been called financial no-platforming, in which payments providers like Patreon and PayPal, following pressure groups’ demands, refuse to serve lawful but disapproved clients and causes.)

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  22. Just found this in my archives. Enjoy

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  23. Janie M. says:

    While wandering around the NY Post earlier today, found an excellent article by Kyle Smith which he penned this past July. If you research his archived work there, he has some great pieces. While this one is older it’s still quite relevant today.

    Trump’s demise has been greatly exaggerated
    By Kyle Smith
    July 28, 2018 | 9:45am | Updated

    The walls have been closing in on the Trump presidency since the day he was inaugurated, according to liberal pundits.

    This time they’ve surely got him. Pack your bags, Mr. President. The game is up. Because this week we learned that . . . that . . . well, there’s this tape, see, recorded by Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen in September 2016, during which the then-presidential candidate discussed setting up a company for the purpose of paying off alleged former paramour Karen McDougal to make her go away.

    Did Trump and Cohen actually pay her off? No, but . . . but . . . c’mon, it would have been a campaign finance violation! If it had happened. Or it was sort of a campaign finance violation once removed, because the company that owns the National Enquirer paid for the rights to the McDougal story but then never ran anything on it, and maybe Trump knew about this!

    Trump-is-doomed stories are one of the media’s favorite fairy tales. Remember when you saw “Peter Pan” when you were 4 and you actually thought that clapping for Tinkerbell would bring her back to life? Pundits think that if they cheer loudly enough for Trump to get eighty-sixed, it’ll happen. His (first?) term in office is more than a third over, and the Very Serious Commentators have been ushering him out the door the entire time. Or at least they’ve been trying to. It turns out that Trump doesn’t pay a lot of attention to the usher-pundits.

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  24. kea says:

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I wonder if the next headline will be, “Muslim women stoned to death for standing on niqabs”

      Liked by 3 people

    • yucki says:

      ‘World Niqab Day’ is a PR scheme of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
      Aimed at trashing the Saudis, Wahhabis most closely identified with the niqab. The madrassas funded by the Saudis over the last four decades have spread this repellent custom all over the world.

      PressTV (Iran) and Tasnim (Iran) got this ‘Niqab Day’ pushed on social media platforms. Then it spread on social media. MB-friendlies in cahoots with the mullahs against the KSA, help spread these gimmicks.

      They’re trying to do an Israel on the Saudis.

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  25. kea says:

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  26. Texian says:

    [video on drudge..]

    Ohh.. Well isn’t this special.. Things getting a little.. Hot out there..?? Hmmm..?

    America caught on camera..

    I’ll put a hundred bucks on the guy in the black T-shirt..

    The guy behind the counter is obviously the democrat.. (The guy in the background, an unfortunate fake news msm narrative battered NPC..). Those in the middle (kind of like congress) usually get caught in the crossfire.. Just so you know.. It’s better if you just pick a side..

    Know your enemy.. (That can work both ways.. see how “bipartisan” I am..).

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  27. linda4298 says: Washington has long been a stranger to principle … other than the principle of self-advancement. Yet, something new seems to be emerging in the country. Politicians have long felt the need to disguise raw political agendas in the pretense of principle. That pretense is now gone.

    In this age of rage, voters seem to have no patience, let alone need, for leaders speaking of abstract principles. They want immediate, unequivocal action in supporting or opposing President Donald Trump. For Democrats, that unequivocal, all-consuming purpose has led to the abandonment of core unifying values, including many that first drew me to the Democratic Party. While they would vehemently deny it, Trump is remaking the party in his inverse image. This past month has shown just how far that transformation has gone.

    The remaking of the Democratic Party was most evident last week with the reaction to Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria. There was a time when a sizable number of Democrats opposed undeclared wars and unending military campaigns. Now, however, Democrats are appalled that Trump would not continue a war in one of the myriad countries with U.S. troops engaged in combat operations. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) called the withdrawal a “Christmas gift to Vladimir Putin,” while Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) and others called it “irresponsible” or “hasty.”

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  28. formerdem says:

    Houellebecq says Trump is one of the best Presidents he has ever seen. He likes Obama but he likes Trump better. (Houellebecq is a writer – such a big deal that not even Harper’s refused to publish his thoughts. He is extremely controversial and I am not going to defend anything about him except that everybody without exception thinks he is very very smart.) The click is below – Do not be put off by paragraph 1…. later he says (my favorite) this: “President Trump was elected to safeguard the interests of American workers; he’s safeguarding the interests of American workers. During the past fifty years in France, one would have wished to come upon this sort of attitude more often.”

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I am put off by paragraph 1. Why is Trump an “appalling clown.” This calls into question anything else he would say. This is where and how intellectuals consistently and utterly fail in my view. They have no experience with anybody like Donald Trump, and are so arrogant and hardened in their provincial bigotry, they cannot imagine he is anything but appalling and a clown. In fact, they couldn’t function for five minutes in his world, past or present, at his level of competence,

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      • formerdem says:

        I completely sympathize. Luckily for me, I read some excerpts of the rest of the essay before I started at the top. Yes, it appears to me that a denunciation of Trump is like hearing the orchestra tune up, it is just inevitable. I wish they would spare us. I sympathize!!


    • yucki says:

      Houellebecq is a French patriot. Not too crazy about America, but that’s not at all un-French. (For that matter, lots of stuff about France I hate. Who cares?)

      He sees Islam – and the vested interests promoting the Invasion, the NWO – as the end of Europe. The end of Christian, Western civilization.

      His beloved France of the future will passively “submit”. Islam means “submission”, NOT “peace”. He dared to title his best-known book, Submission.

      A very brave stance in today’s see-no-evil Eurabia.

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      • formerdem says:

        Anyway, with our left AND our right both denouncing Trump, well, ha ha, Houellebecq is a better left winger AND a better right winger than any of them.


  29. notunderwhelmed says:

    Come on, Trumpers, I just donated $100 to go fund the wall– and another $100 to Judicial Watch. Contribute to those who are organized to fight. We need to work together. 🇺🇸

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    • kea says:

      I feel like go fund me is slowing down the ever growing end total. Anyone else?


    • America First says:

      I have not yet contributed. Wondering if it is available to donate in Memory of Kate Steinle? Really feel it needs to be a Memorial Wall in memory of all the victims of illegal alien crime.


    • Katherine McCoun says:

      yes, let’s donate!

      I wonder if more people will donate as they get back on track after the holidays? And will more donate and many who have already donated small amounts donate again after it is official that this money can and will go to a border Wall/Big Fence/Barrier?

      Some kind of Congressional bill or official word from the WH that the money will be accepted and used for its intended purpose would open up the flood gates!!!


      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Looks like the fund will crack 20 million+ by New Years. And from 300,000 donors.
        Most are small donations – only 9 donations of 10K or above and the most recent of those was 7 days ago.

        Maybe it needs to be in the news again so that donors with Big Bucks will donate in time for the end of the year and get it on this year’s tax deductions!

        Looking forward to President Trump tweeting about this go fund me and that the money will indeed be used as intended.

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  30. G. Combs says:

    BlackKnightRides says:
    “Regardless of who plays in the UniParty machinations, shutting down the ECONOMY will TERMINATE the shenanigans….”

    When the US Swamp Critters ALLOWED Mexican drivers to TAKE jobs from American truckers they put a whole heck of a lot of truckers out of business and lowered the wages for the rest. (I have heard a real earful on that subject)

    AND it was only a few years ago that it happened:
    “Jan 11, 2015 – Mexico gets green light: DOT ‘opening door’ to cross-border trucking … granting long-haul authority to Mexico-based trucking companies…”

    Now those truckers are FINALLY back to work AND they have ZERO love for those Mexicans that took their jobs. Whose side do you think they will be on if Trump shuts down the border???

    All it would take is blocking the food supply to Washington DC and selected other cities for THREE DAYS…

    REMEMBER Dr. Peter Vincent Pry in his testimony to Congress on the dangers of an EMP attack said “… In three days, the food supply in local grocery stores would be gone…”

    “… In fact, there’s only in a 30-day food supply in the country to feed 320 million people…”

    Full Statement:

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    • LafnH20 says:

      I’ve heard it said …
      Can’t remember where… 🤔
      Prolly some greezy spoon in the middle of nowhere… behind an old mill…
      on a dark night..

      I’ve heard it said..

      It would be so much easier than folks “think”…
      Would take a small, coordinated % to achieve..
      Ummm… Noticeable Results…

      Stop/Slow/Impede the fuel trucks…
      (Which require Friendly Dedicated Patriotic Professional Drivers)… Who would have Nothing to do with it..BTW

      Dunno… can’t remember.
      Sumtimers… dontcha know 😣

      They supply the Truck Stops…
      That supply the BIG Trucks…

      That supply EVERTHING.

      They also…
      just sit in the middle of the Traffic Jam or.. on/off ramp/or rr track/ or wherever they “Happen” to be..
      when they run out of fuel…
      Most unfortunate…

      That’s what I’ve heard.


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  31. Zippy says:

    Disaster Is Inevitable When America’s Stock Market Bubble Bursts
    Sep 5, 2018

    “Unfortunately, this unusual market strength is not evidence of a strong, organic economy, but of an extremely unhealthy, artificial bubble economy that will end in a crisis that will be even worse than we experienced in 2008. In this report, I will show a wide variety of charts that prove how unsustainable the current bull market is.”

    First bubble: dot com; second bubble: housing; latest bubble: everything –


  32. Sedanka says:

    Not sure why this is suddenly being retweeted like crazy again, nearly 10 days later. I wonder if the DNC got their wires crossed and ordered their bots to retweet the wrong message?

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  33. Too bad not ONE of the Republican Senators back our President enough to allow recess appointments by keeping the Senate officially in session. With that amount of support, there just may be enough turncoats to convict if indeed the President is impeached. McConnell is a snake – do not underestimate his hatred of the President.

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    • Sedanka says:

      I don’t trust the Senate either, including the ones who are only there because Trump campaigned for them and pulled them across the finish line.

      People who have an urge to go into politics mostly – not all of them, but I’d say the vast majority – suffer from delusions of grandeur and a desire for power over others. Their senses of loyalty, morals and ethics are extremely dubious. We simply can’t trust the Senate not to vote for impeachment.

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  34. Lucille says:

    Democrats: A plague on the nation
    By Patricia McCarthy – December 29, 2018

    The Democrats in office today, and those about to take the majority in the House, are anti-Americans. Of that you can be sure.

    Trump, as the outsider he is, is a grave threat to all of those who believed they were in control in perpetuity. They are ready and willing to do anything, no matter how illegal or immoral, to depose him, to expel him from office.

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    • bakocarl says:

      Last 2 paragraphs:

      The Democratic Party of today is an abomination. The assault on our constitutional republic began with Woodrow Wilson, and their long-range plan to overhaul what the Founders built is still operational. The left has nothing but contempt for ordinary Americans, especially those who voted for Trump.

      Leftists are dangerous when challenged, like a pack of jackals dismembering its prey. They need to be defeated, indicted, arrested, tried, convicted, and imprisoned. They are a scourge on the nation as founded. They do not love this country; they seek to destroy all that was and is good within it.

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      • Sedanka says:

        They’re not Americans, and it’s long past time we started saying so out loud.

        Liked by 1 person

      • waltherppk says:

        Democrats are irrational communist mental-moral “major malfunctions” that ought to be culled from the herd of rational and healthy humans. Those pussy hatter culls need to be relocated to dumpsters and hauled to the landfill for fulfillment of their Darwin Award.

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  35. Newman California candlelight ceremony for Officer Singh. This first one is global news,,,omg, so sad and touching.

    These two are local news coverage.

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  36. G. Combs says:

    “Why aren’t people that are directly responsible for allowing murderous thugs to roam our streets…”

    The LAW is on the books. Actually Moonbeam should be staring at a death sentence!
    Deprivation Of Rights Under Color Of Law

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  37. G. Combs says:

    icehole3 says:
    “I believe they would’ve had nukes, the Hag is that crazy.”

    Yes she is. (Don’t shoot me some infor is from he who is not to be named)
    The Isreali managed to get a look at Iran’s nuclear program and found they were indeed continuing weapons research.

    Praying Medic commented months ago that part of the plan with Uranium One was to ship uranium to Russia BUT also to ‘steal’ some of the uranium and ALSO ship it to North Korea AND Iran. The uranium would have a signature from impurities marking it’s origin as being Uranium from the US mines (and shipped to Russia)

    The hope was either North Korea AND/OR Iran would lob nukes at the USA and start a war involving Russia. The reasoning was once Russia and the USA were involved in lobbing nukes, it would take out the two countries most resisting the lose of sovereignty and the UN could clean up the mess afterwards, declare National Sovereignty ‘Too Dangerous’ and install a world government modelled on the EU.

    This dovetails with my independent research showing the Elite now have enough data on Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Subsequent Weapons Testing as well as Chernobyl that they would not be afraid of a nuclear war. Especially if they had advance notice and were nicely settled in their New Zealand Strongholds ahead of time.

    However I though it would be China (North Korea) lobbing the bombs.

    Remember it was Bill Clinton that gave China the nuclear weapon technology. link

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  38. treehouseron says:

    the Vape shop guy went to another Vape Shop, and had a completely opposite experience, if you’ve seen the other video check this video out and you’ll feel much better about the world.


  39. kinthenorthwest says:

    Damn is this how a socialist lives…

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