December 30th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #710

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716 Responses to December 30th – 2018 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #710

  1. MaineCoon says:

    Always remember the Israel-Greece-Cyprus announced pipeline….Mueller is working for the Clinton thugs in the ME and their pipeline interest. His surveillance was all about the pipeline.

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  2. Joemama says:

    I missed this tweet as I was out of town celebrating Christmas with extended family and did not have internet access. It appears that a Rothschild is upset at PDJT’s statements about the private Federal Reserve bank owned by his family:

    This has to be a sign that good things are happening.

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    • piper567 says:

      no twitter birdie…is this for real?

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      • Joemama says:

        Yes, it is real. I don’t know why there is no twitter birdie. Here is the link:

        “https://twitter.com/DavMicRot/status/1077236455565594624”

        Remove the quotation marks and paste in browser

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    • Sedanka says:

      Psych 101, Rothschild’s reaction is one of a panicked, cornered person who knows defeat is imminent. It’s not the reaction of a “master of the universe” who runs the world and has nothing to fear.

      I suspect that the world’s “elites” are far weaker than the punditsphere likes to believe.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        Yes. I tweeted him that his profanity revealed his anxiety over Trump’s success.

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      • GB Bari says:

        They are uber-wealthy but much of it is a house of cards, based solely on perception.
        When so much “wealth” is based upon paper and not tangible assets, it is vulnerable.

        That’s why Nixon’s taking the U.S. off of gold-backed currency in 1971 was such a bad move. He did it to eliminate the fixed exchange rates previously establish by the Bretton Woods agreement of 1944. Here is a very good overview in a relatively short article:

        https://www.federalreservehistory.org/essays/gold_convertibility_ends

        But because the Congress wanted to spend far more than they could afford to with gold-backed dollars and wanted to remove the President’s impound power over the budget (to prevent or reduce deficit spending), they passed the 1974 Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act. The debt has been getting worse ever since.

        Consider this quote from the site linked below:

        The 1974 Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act created a set of institutional changes designed to help Congress regain power over the budget process. The Act was inspired by Richard Nixon’s refusal to disburse nearly $12 billion of congressionally-appropriated funds in 1973-74 through the executive power of impoundment, as well as more generalized fears about the budget deficit.

        Nixon claimed that the deficit was causing high inflation and that as a result he needed to curb government spending. To this effect, in the 1972 presidential election he called on Congress to grant the President authority to cut federal spending so as to keep the budget under control. Congress opposed Nixon’s proposal and instead sought to reform Congress’ budgetary role.

        In 1972 Congress created a Joint Study Committee on Budget Control which called for procedural reforms to enable Congress to examine the federal budget from an “overall point of view, together with a congressional system of deciding priorities.” Following Nixon’s impoundment Congress acted on these recommendations and in 1974 passed the Act over the President’s veto.

        Ref. http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ROHO/projects/debt/terminationgolddollar.html

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      • Timmy- the-Ute says:

        His reaction ranks up with the vape seller.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      In my almost 5 decades in business one thing I learned some time ago is that whenever, for any reason at all, someone uses profane language what they have to say isn’t worth listening to. It’s not just about being immature and improper, but it’s also because when people speak with that lack of control of their tongue, they are speaking from emotion and whatever they’re saying is worthless. I guess that’s why God tells us in the Bible that out of the mouth the heart speaks.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Precious Davie is unhappy about President Trump’s tweet about the Obama’s having the benefit of a wall but dems stopping the US from having a wall. Most of us can’t afford individual walls or private security (much less have gov security provided by the US tax payers). We need a security society and the US to be a secure country. Why can’t we have what the rich have – isn’t that the Dem way?

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        So – who is this David Rothschild? He doesn’t seem to be the David Mayer de Rothschild of Britain or son of David Rothschild the economist. Is he the son of this Rothschild?
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Rothschild
        He does look like this David Rothschild and the drug charges might help explain his Dem beliefs and his political stands…
        https://mugshots.com/US-Counties/Alabama/Etowah-County-AL/Michael-David-Rothschild.167458037.html
        Here is his CV
        http://researchdmr.com/RothschildCV

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          It doesn’t seem that he is one of “the” Rothschilds but he is an opinionated leftist but I don’t know for sure, yet. He is not “just” a bipartisan economist. He uses his credentials as an economist to fight for Dem policies and leftist politics. And he has been doing it for a Long time!
          From 2003…
          https://www.democraticunderground.com/articles/03/07/02_north.html

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          • Katherine McCoun says:

            Since he is making headlines disagreeing with our POTUS and OUR Wall/border security I am trying to learn more about him.
            He has other articles on the same web site, all far left views. He has other tweets showing him promoting (or believing) fake news.

            And this tweet promoting other gov than our own. We aren’t a democracy, davie boy, we are a republic and we are designed so that no region of the country can dominate another! Wow – whoever this guy is, he is far leftist and ignorant!

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          • East Indian says:

            He is one of “the” Rothschilds alright.

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        • peace says:

          I’m not sure whose child this David is; however, his childish behavior shows a very immature child of someone!

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        • LKAinLA says:

          Etowah county is Roy Moore’s home district. The town’s in Etowah are drug ridden, major disability scam counties.

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          • Katherine McCoun says:

            If it is the same guy then this should be blasted on his twitter with every smart *ss comment about our President Trump, about conservatives and about border security. This dude seems to be very useful to the left as he believes every fake news narrative that he hears and then spreads the BS farther!

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            • Katherine McCoun says:

              The more I click around I don’t think the mug shot is the same guy. The mug shot guy is listed as 29 in ’18 but and the one on twitter began college in ’98. This one is 10 yrs too young to be the leftist on twitter. Oh well.

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            • warrprin1 says:

              His claim to fame results from his surname. Otherwise, he’s just another senseless, lame brain tool.

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    • kyblue says:

      Look to lawrencepauul1 to answer questions regarding the Rothchild dynasty. He has done extensive research on that family.

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      • Avi says:

        David Rothschild is not of the banking family

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          That was the conclusion I had come to as well. However, he is a loud and prolific voice on the left so bringing attention to his fake news filled twitter feed is not a bad thing. He thinks he is clever but he is either completely fooled by the left or is joyfully participating in spreading fake news and lies

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          • Avi says:

            he is a leftwing dirt ball, but joemammma should not have posted fake news about him being part of the Rothschlids and that they own the Fed

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            • Joemama says:

              I oppologize for posting that information in error. I had read (in a source or two that I can’t remember right now) that he was part of the banking Rothschilds family. There was no intent to decieve or obfuscate.

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          • kyblue says:

            Someone needs to explain to the little foul mouthed twit, America isn’t a democracy. It is a constitutional republic. Meaning, you silly dweeb, every state gets equal representation…even the tiniest. Apparently he was indoctrated in some dumb down public school. Or some leftie university.. Just saying…

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    • Avi says:

      too bad that you didnt do due diligence and find out that he is not part of the Banking Rothchild family which unlike your fantasy doesn’t own the federal reserve.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      He’s a Microsoft libtard. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/people/davidmr/

      he correctly predicted 50 of 51 Electoral College outcomes in February of 2012,

      A monkey could have done that. lol

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Losing his cool is a good sign. I hope his finances have been suitably impacted.

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  3. Joemama says:

    Sorry about this – I had meant to post the link, not the foul mouthed tweet. I should have also warned about the foul language.

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    • Guyski says:

      You would think that someone with his ‘pedigree’ and ‘education’ would have better command of the english language.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I (and hopefully most other Treepers) understand it was a direct quote and not your choice of language. WordPress sometimes refuses to post an actual linked page and other times refuses to just post the hyperlink. I haven’t yet mastered it either.

      I believe it is very educational to read exactly how the supposedly uber-elite, uber-sophisticated, and NWO Globalist Banking advocate David Rothschild expresses himself about President Trump. It is quite revealing about Rothschild.

      I don’t believe anyone can produce a tweet from our President that includes such crude, foul language.

      Maybe David Rothschild ought to follow his own ranting and STFU.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I’m glad you did. It’s a perfect breakdown in one tweet of the elitist pathology. 1. the profanity. There isn’t one conservative economist or public intellectual who would use language like that, in any form of communication. 2. The inverted and revealing rage. It’s not the emotional incontinence of the profanity that matters, but what it reveals — his rage at the truth of Trump’s critique. Trump is threatening to pull back the curtain on the Fed and its efforts to destroy the economy, Trump’s great success. The tweet is a transparent adolescent outburst — like all outbursts against Trump. These people have never been in this position, at risk of this sort of exposure. Trump is their deepest existential fear. 3. The sham of progressive “higher education.” It does not produce a higher moral intelligence, it sanctifies their moral superiority. It leaves them grossly unprepared for true challenge.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        I love that visual that Trump is pulling back the curtain, on the Fed and on Congress.

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      • madeline says:

        Paulraven1, “It’s not the emotional incontinence of the profanity that matters, but what it reveals”…love that, emotional incontinence. Perfect.

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        • G. Combs says:

          Yes,
          And to go with it the OLD Guard of Nasty but smart and sly people like David Rockefeller, Maurice Strong, are dying, aging and retiring.

          The children of martinet (sociopathic) parents have the will and ability to think blasted out of them. Either they leave and are cast off or the parent(s) continue to rigidly control them even when they are adults.

          I saw this real time when I lived in Westchester County near Hitlery’s present home.

          In other words the new generation are lazy elitists who can not strategize!

          I mean Occasional Cortex is the NEW face of the DemonRat party???

          Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Economic Genius (She even has a DEGREE in Economics 😲 )

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          • Good lord. If I was a graduate of Boston university, I would be starting a class action lawsuit against them. Awarding a degree to someone this STUPID, disparages my degree and learning. The University should be required to reimburse me.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        Outstanding. I particularly liked:

        “It does not produce a higher moral intelligence, it sanctifies their moral superiority. It leaves them grossly unprepared for true challenge.”

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      • ByrdDeplorable says:

        PaulRaven: “The sham of progressive higher education”; such a true statement. I wish that all the universities would go out of business. What a good thing it would be for our Country and the saving of those souls who would not be there to be brainwashed.

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  4. kinthenorthwest says:

    Now its Trump made them do it — Damn

    Lawyered-up illegals who claim Trump’s NJ golf club provided their phony work docs reach out to Mueller
    A New Jersey immigration lawyer named Anibal Romero contacted special counsel Robert Mueller, the FBI, and the New Jersey attorney general’s office in the desperate hope that they will investigate President Trump.

    Two of Romero’s clients, Victorina Morales and Sandra Diaz, worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. They claim the club provided them with fraudulent green cards and Social Security numbers.
    https://www.bizpacreview.com/2018/12/30/lawyered-up-illegals-who-claim-trumps-nj-golf-club-provided-their-phony-work-docs-reach-out-to-mueller-708183?utm_campaign=bizpac&utm_content=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=Get+Response&utm_term=EMAIL

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  5. vikingmom says:

    Sundance – do you think there is any possibility that President Trump uses the SOTU speech to burn down the whole thing?

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    • I think he should give the SOTU on tv directly to the American people; bypass Congress. Why give the Dems another chance to be disrespectful and rude to him.

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      • vikingmom says:

        I think it’s great to give it in front of Congress so that everyone watching at home can SEE how disrespectful and rude the Dems are – especially when they sit on their hands as he introduces heroes, and the loved ones of those who have been hurt by the Dems policies…

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        • jbowen82 says:

          The Constitution requires that the President make a report to Congress annually on the state of the Union. It was done in writing for most of the first century. There’s no requirement that it be a speech in person, but no President in modern history has passed up the opportunity to capture the limelight.

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  6. linda4298 says:

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/12/30/mike-lee-endorse-trump-2020-1075490 CONGRESS

    Mike Lee isn’t tired of winning under Trump
    The Utah Republican fiercely opposed Trump in 2016. Now he’s ready to endorse the president in 2020 after finding success in the Trump era.

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  7. LM says:

    The left uses lawfare to help implement its antiAmerican, antiChrist agenda. Why can’t we use lawfare to counter them?

    For instance, perhaps we could sue for the enforcement of equal protection for under the law for all economic classes. Special rights to protection for the privileged few is antiAmerican, especially when it applies to a group of people (lawmakers and their friends) creating one set of privleges and protections for themselves and another for us. It is discrimination exercised by the privlieged ruling class against the economically disadvantaged.

    Therefore, if we are not allowed to have a border wall and border security to protect all American citizens, no one should be allowed to have a wall and/or private security….especially those who create legal rules which entitle them personally to such protections but which take away this basic protection for the economically disadvantaged, who cannot afford it.

    If they take our guns they must not be allowed to have private security for themselves. Ony the economically privileged are able to afford such protection. Alarm systems likewise are discriminatory for the economically disadvantaged….as are private walls.

    And then there is healthcare, in which they have exempted themselves from that which they impose on the rest of us. A legal challenge to this is long overdue. It caters to a ruling clas at the expense of the working class and creates a class and caste system which imposes one set of rules and privileges for them and another for those they rule.

    Last example….they have created a fund to exempt themselves from any accountability for abuse of power…appropriating money from those they rule (us) to pay off (anonymously) their accusers. Is this representation for our taxation? Is this not also obstruction of justice?

    Class action suits for the economically disadvantaged are long overdue. It is long past time for us to go on offense.

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    • California Joe says:

      Most of the judges appointed over the past fifty years are Bolshevick Leftists who will not rule in President Trump’s favor on anything. That’s why Lawfare has been so successful over the past decades. Democrats legislate by federal court decisions especially on immigration and criminal justice matters. That’s why our border and immigration agents are mostly Walmart greeters and local police are no longer respected much less feared by the lowest of low life’s in society. Look at the homicide clearance rates in cities like Chicago, Detroit and Baltimore? You’re looking at conviction rates of about 10% of the homicides in any of them! That means 90% of the murderers walk away unscathed! That’s what Leftist judges have accomplished and it’s not by accident!

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      • LM says:

        Judicial Watch has had some success, but they cannot fight all of our battles. Additionally, Alex Jones has managed to defeat many of their lawsuits against us.

        And, President Trump has been somewhat successful in changing the structure of our courts.

        So I think it is not hopeless. I do agree that our legal sytem, our voting process, and our governmental structure is currently in great need of the MAGA process.

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    • madeline says:

      How ’bout no security detail for Pelosi or Schumer or no private jet to get her back to CA. She should fly commercial like the rest of us. AND, she needs to go through TSA just like the rest of us.

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    • Judith says:

      I agree that affirmative action is reverse discrimination. But I would approach any lawsuit from the angle of restoring rights for all instead of the reverse.

      And the first lawsuit I wish to see: Judicial Watch should sue the state of Commiefornia for election fraud via vote harvesting and other illegal voting schemes. The Supreme Court must rule definitively on our Constitutional right to free elections.

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  8. albertus magnus says:

    Our parents and our own generation are who are responsible for allowing this to happen. Deep State could not have taken over without the assistance of both parties and the lack of attention of the American people.

    If we are as far gone as it seems, everyone needs to stop propping up all of the false hope notions and gear up to protect/support our families, act when PDJT says to act IN A CONCRETE DIRECT MANNER (no more head fakes or idle threats of declassification or whatever).

    Please keep your oil lamps ready and be prepared like Gideon’s army to fight for MAGA through political organization but ONLY when PDJT leads us.

    Just my thoughts. Too much false hopes, tick tocks, and BS coming from people which will only demoralize and splinter our efforts when they are really needed and when they have a chance to be effective.

    Not sure this is even possible. 2019 is going to be a terrible year unless our guys, including PDJT, take action and give us direction rather than just bluster and encourage false hopes.

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    • FofBW says:

      I think this is why SD has taken a more realistic approach to his posts.

      ‘Look at is as it is, not as you wish it to be”.

      Nothing wrong with high hopes and a positive outlook, however.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Well said. We need to fight in ways we have not yet fought. Time is running out. That’s the real tick-tock.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I mostly agree but take exception to your first sentence.

      I am not sure as to which generation you are in, or referring to as “our parents.”

      If, by “our parents” you mean the generation who fought WW2, than I disagree. If you meant the Baby Boomers (as “parents”), then I partially agree.

      My parents and earlier generations never had the benefit of the vastness, comprehensiveness, and immediacy of the internet to counter any of what was being taught in schools or what was printed and broadcast in the media. The media presented itself as the nation’s unbiased arbiters of the what was news, what was “fair”, and what was moral and acceptable. There were hardly any who had a prominent national platform from which they could dispel *that* illusion.

      And, we boomers and our parents were all inculcated from birth to accept the vast majority of what was taught in school and college, and what was on the front pages of the newspapers. While there were always some dissenting voices on most major social, economic, and political topics in America, few were widely accepted as being credible and not just radical loonies.

      I don’t recall that the information that was widely known and available (outside of a few books in stores or libraries) at any time up until the late 1990s included any serious discussion of how deeply corrupt and intermingled the **entire** federal government and the MSM were becoming, not to mention their fealty to the multinational Globalists.

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      • Judith says:

        As a child, I was taught by a Goldwater conservative to question everyone and everything around me. He was *not* a happy camper!

        When a neighbor I didn’t know invited me to see her garden, I took three steps back and ran straight home. I trusted no one.

        I also had an innate sense of right and wrong during a time when too many were enjoying free love and mind altering drugs. It guided me away from indulgence and toward a higher path.

        To avoid mind control / indoctrination, it is always advisable to look within, not outwardly, for self esteem and validation. This is the biggest problem I have with social media today.

        Seeking the approval of others is a human weakness that is constantly exploited by con artists and social marxists alike. Self doubt leaves one extremely vulnerable to predators, and other terribly misguided souls, who would destroy our way of life in a heartbeat.

        On that last count nobody gets a pass, not even the “greatest” generation.

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    • Retired EE says:

      WE need to focus on things WE can do. Yes, WE here are a creative group doing a lot of research and investigation. There are many ideas created by this group intelligence. That, in my humble opinion, is our collective strength. We are in a war for the survival of our culture and society. We may yet see the collapse of the USA or may see the second civil war with a very uncertain outcome. There are those who don’t want to hear that, so be it and deal with it.

      So, what can we do??? We need to destroy the structure the left and the globalists have created. In my mind it starts with the Universities. If you donate to a university then send them a letter with one dollar attached (or none if you wish) stating this the end of your support until they begin to support the academic integrity that they have abandoned. If any of your children or grand children choose to go into fields that don’t support the principles of our freedom or some useless field then discourage it and tell them they are on their own financially. We need to stop funding the useless and subversive fields. Anything we can do to influence the end of “gender studies” and other useless excuses for communist academic activities.

      If you haven’t donated to the WeFundTheWall fund then consider it even if it is a small amount. This seems to be a thorn in the side of the liberals. I don’t know if this will succeed but it makes a statement. Sign the petition at the very least. It would be great to see a million donations. The left and the GOPe need to see we are serious.

      If there are other ideas then share these. We need to fight this attack on our society and country. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.

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  9. wyntre says:

    Giuliani with F&F this morning.

    From GP but their site is too glitch to post so here’s the transcript they put up as well as the YouTube clip.

    Rudy Giuliani: “Do you have anything that shows the President of the United States was involved with a conspiracy to hack the DNC with Russia? Of course you don’t… We’re ready to rebut it. I’ve had a report ready for two months that we can show… We’re now in the 4th degree of separation in the non-crime of collusion… If they don’t have a darn thing on collusion the whole thing is a phony… ”

    On not speaking to the Special Counsel:

    “You know why? Because of their unethical behavior. Or grossly negligent behavior. All of those texts from Strzok and Page deleted? After they find out that Strzok is texting. That he hates Trump, that he’s going to get him, that he’s going to stop him. And if he can’t stop him he has an insurance policy that will get him out of office.

    I believe Mueller is the insurance policy to get him out of office!

    I’m not just saying that! Strzok was his first investigator!

    How come it is that the ones (text messages) that were deleted were the ones he did while he was working for Mueller? All of the sudden they wipe out his phone and the ones missing are the ones when he was working for Mueller?

    Why? Because just maybe it would be really embarrassing if he was saying the same things while working for the “holier than thou Special Counsel” and he was saying, “I hate Trump. I’m going to get Trump. We’re going to get him any way we have. We’re framing Flynn. We’re not going to tell him he has the right to council!

    And Comey approves that. Comey even said, I wouldn’t get away with that with a more experienced administration. We’re going to trap him. We got a statement. He’s going to contradict it. We’re not going to show him the statement to refresh his recollection.

    The person to determine what to delete was Mueller’s record’s office who says there is nothing of interest there.

    It is hard to believe that Strzok and Page all of the sudden decided we’re not going to text anymore about Donald Trump. They seem to be obsessively, compulsively texting about him. I mean I don’t know what kind of lovers they are if they were texting about that all of the time.”

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    • wyntre says:

      FTR:

      The transcript text begins at 4:22 and goes to about 7:50.

      Some stuff missing in the transcript (should have known GP would fudge) and the conversation goes on beyond what is quoted.

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    • Lucille says:

      What’s that about Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand being expected to announce they will be running for President in 2020? Hahahahahaha! Yes, indeedy, do run, please!

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  10. burnett044 says:

    I don`t need it..

    and that is all a tick-tock…the plan..wait on it is….something to pacify
    time to get real.

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  11. AmericaFirst says:

    We’re not the first to feel the Republic slipping away.

    On the McCarran-Walter Act (not sure how much if any has changed through the Patriot Act):

    Speaking in the Senate on March 2, 1953, McCarran said:

    “I believe that this nation is the last hope of Western civilization and if this oasis of the world shall be overrun, perverted, contaminated or destroyed, then the last flickering light of humanity will be extinguished. I take no issue with those who would praise the contributions which have been made to our society by people of many races, of varied creeds and colors. … However, we have in the United States today hard-core, indigestible blocs which have not become integrated into the American way of life, but which, on the contrary are its deadly enemies. Today, as never before, untold millions are storming our gates for admission and those gates are cracking under the strain. The solution of the problems of Europe and Asia will not come through a transplanting of those problems en masse to the United States. … I do not intend to become prophetic, but if the enemies of this legislation succeed in riddling it to pieces, or in amending it beyond recognition, they will have contributed more to promote this nation’s downfall than any other group since we achieved our independence as a nation.”

    https://deplorablesrepublic.com/2018/08/29/the-mccarran-walter-act-of-1952-is-indeed-law/

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    • Retired EE says:

      The Chinese built the Great Wall to keep out the invading horde. It failed because a guard was bribed to let them in the gate. The democrats and GOPe globalists are the “bribed” agent in our invasion. Those that open the “gate” are the perpetrators of treason. They need to be defeated and eliminated.

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    • GB Bari says:

      I never heard any discussion of that by my middle class parents or grandparents when I became an adult in the early 1960s and discussed politics with them. I guess they weren’t impressed enough by it to recall or werent aware of it when it happened.

      Is it possible that partiular message by Senator McCarran in 1953 was somewhat lost on a nation of citizens fresh back from a horrible WW2 and also trying to get past the Korean War? Many of our citizens at that time were immigrants themselves (including many war brides) or children of immigrant parents and grandparents. Also in 1953 weren’t most of those immigrant parents and grandparents responsible U.S. citizens and working, paying taxes, raising families and generally respectful of the American culture? Were Senator McClarran’s statements and efforts reported on the front pages of the local newpapers outside of New York, Chicago or Washington DC?

      It’s a bit different today – the information is easily obtainable via the internet, but too many are still too indoctrinated to seek out info that doesn’t enforce theit mindset, or too intellectually lazy to bother learning anything beyond what a gallon of gas costs or what their favorite six-pack costs at the liquor store.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        GB
        Found the quote at the cite I linked, and that page gave me the distinct impression that this was specifically a warning against letting Islam into the US.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Ok, but I contend that the existential threat of Islam to America was not considered by or on the minds of maybe 95% of Americans (who all got their primary news from the MSM) until 9/11/2001.

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  12. LM says:

    There are a group of people (too many), who believe that if we lose the next electon things will go on as before and we will have a chance to set things right at the following election.

    I don’t think so.

    I cannot forget the fact that there were UN vehicles ready and waiting in this country at the onset of the 2016 election. Why? In anticipation that Hillary might need a UN peacekeeping force to cement her control?

    Why is the left so set on a one world government…and did Obama succeed in fundamentally transforming the globe into a Sharia comepliant new world order?

    Do we want to be subject to a mostly Islamic organization’s (UN) World court?

    President Trump has been getting us out of international agreements which would hold us to these things. They hate him.

    If they are given control they currently have the means to track every one of us…..our buying and selling, our travel, our online activies, our healthcare.

    It’s the New World Order, or President Trump 2020.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Don’t think there is time for a second chance.

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    • StanH says:

      Sounds easy enough…ha. But without question is our choice. To me voting is the big one. We know that the swamp cheats, anything goes for the New World Order.

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      • Judith says:

        Yes, without fair elections we have already lost the war.

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        • swissik says:

          I believe we lost. The election last month was, imo THE chance and look what happened. I have never been a party member because I never believed the two party system was good for a country the size of the US. It was obvious to me as far back as the late 60ties early 70ties that two parties are easily combined into one and promoting the same goals. We used to discuss back then the rott from within when some of us neighbors/housewives got together for our daily coffees. All we did was watch the hippie generation unfold itself and we knew that when some of those folk get into government it is good night reason, logic and integrity. Mind you European society was and is in the same boat, maybe even worse than the US.

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          • Judith says:

            The difference between us and European society is our Constitutional Republic, if we can keep it. The Constitution means everything, it is all the marbles, and they know it. Do we?

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t really think a shooting civil war would break out.

      I do think if UN trucks started rolling around people would go Red Dawn on them big time.

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  14. Does anyone here have yahoo for email? They have started censoring my email. They are doing it under the guise of controlling spam. I get no spam email now. I use my spam file for things I still want to get, but I might not read them all the time, or only occasionally. These are primarily fund-raising emails from politicos. Last time I donated to Trumps campaign org, I did not get anything back acknowledging receipt. Yahoo is now blocking that.

    I contacted Yahoo and told them to stop censoring my spam folder and email, and obviously they did not read what I wrote and thought I was asking for more censoring. So, today, I just sent another contact form to them telling them if they did not stop censoring my email I was contacting my Congressman (I know that is worthless, but I figured I had to threaten them with something).

    I still have a Hotmail email account so I can transfer my political stuff there; it seems to still be functioning normally.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      They all about the same anyway. I have had my email account since the 90s so don’t really want to give it up…Do have a msn that I used for jobs and such.

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      • I was forced to give up my bellsouth email by at&t when they bought it and then shut me down from accessing it. So then I opened yahoo; I lost all of my contact information to at&t. I have had Hotmail since I got a computer….long time. I still get emails there, and for some people it’s all they have for me. But, for Yahoo to decide what is spam and what is not spam is totally controlling and rude and disrespectful…can I impeach them (haha).

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          What I get is mostly just news & some bills…I have check list for my bills any way.
          I don’t to auto because not screwing around with their errors for months after getting my bank account eaten up.
          True story…when I live in LA we got a bill for 3 k for one month of electricity(No air) for two months in row. Took them two months to realize it was them after we made them come out about 4 times.
          Remember how the old microwaves used to make the meters spin really fast? Well that was what our meter was doing 24/7 even if everything was totally shut off.
          .

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      • Well, Yahoo is still doing it…I am so furious.

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      • GB Bari says:

        So why on earth does any conservative or any one who is against censorship by leftwing social media still use any service by Yahoo, Google, AOL, Facebook, or Twitter? The first two providers have been demonstrably leftwing, anti American anti conservative far longer than Facebook or Twitter.

        I’ve never used AOL and never will. I do use an address from a German-owned free email provider (mail.com) for a very few non-personal uses, and it has worked OK so far. I don’t believe I’ve received much spam through it and no news or anything political. As in any free email service, you have to use a very strong 12-16 random character password and change it at least yearly to avoid hacking.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      there is a gateway article about Yahoo censoring political email straight to spam.

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  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    The Wall fund just received a $500 donation. Great to make our voices heard through $ and have a public stand, a rally by the people, showing support for the wall/barrier and President Trump. I hope it breaks $20 million by New Years!
    https://www.gofundme.com/thetrumpwall

    Liked by 8 people

  16. linda4298 says:

    Donald J. Trump

    @realDonaldTrump
    President and Mrs. Obama built/has a ten foot Wall around their D.C. mansion/compound. I agree, totally necessary for their safety and security. The U.S. needs the same thing, slightly larger version!

    61.5K
    4:59 PM – Dec 30, 2018

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  17. Yesterday one of the treepers posted what michael posted on twitter! I asked him what he meant by it! And he replied!

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  18. teaforall says:

    I am on a Mission. Every day I am contacting President Trump and asking Him to bring the Truth the whole Truth to the American people.
    LIVE FROM THE OVAL OFFICE
    Help me with this mission TREEPERS OK………………………….
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

    THANKS
    TEA

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    • warrprin1 says:

      I will join you on this mission, Tea. Thanks for poke in the ribs. I email the Pres about once a month to remind him and staff that we support him completely in this household. I think your encouragement to open the floodgates with daily messages is an action plan that makes sense because each of us, at one message p/p, can multiply and become a tidal wave of measurable support. Good one!

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  19. Yes! Put some pressure on crooked mueller!

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    • warrprin1 says:

      Rudy’s upping the ante. About time. Does this mean we’re finally ready to go to war with the DS enemy? I pray this is finally IT.

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  20. JasonF says:

    President Trump has been calling the Mueller investigation a “witch hunt”. By doing that, the President is insulting witches, obviously. Fortunately, CNN has been interviewing witches, and getting those witches to explain, in their own words, just how truly terrible the President’s misuse of the term “witch” is. What would the world do without CNN’s journalism?

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  21. youme says:

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  22. youme says:

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  23. youme says:

    Cut ’em loose

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  24. linda4298 says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/border/2018/12/30/lindsey-graham-floats-deal-trump-would-trade-700k-work-per 2:43
    Sen. Linsdey Graham (R-SC) met with President Donald Trump over lunch on Sunday and suggested a new deal in which the president would renew 700,000 work permits in exchange for $5 billion towards border security.
    The premise upon which Graham’s deal is based is that Trump would win the court case currently working its way through the system about the legality of the administration’s decision to cancel President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Trump’s decision was blocked by a California court, whose ruling is still awaiting an appeal decision before the Ninth Circuit.

    There would be no deal in which Trump offered legal status to all DACA-eligible illegal aliens — those brought to the U.S. as minors, even if they did not apply for DACA status — according to Graham. The veteran South Carolina Senator, a long-time advocate for immigration reform, said that even he would not provide DACA for $5 billion, because Democrats had refused to provide Trump with the full $25 billion requested for a border wall in return for legalization of all DACA-eligible illegal aliens earlier this year.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      For “border security” or for a wall/high & strong fence? Dems say border security but then prohibit the money from being used for any type of border barriers

      Liked by 1 person

      • mimbler says:

        Yes, democrat border security is voting for more money for border control to intercept illegals after they have entered and resettle them in the USA.

        They are against the wall, because they know existing law keeps the illegals in the US once they set foot here.

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  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    According to the Presidential Prayer Team:

    Sunday, December 30, 2018

    President Donald Trump does not have any public events on his schedule for Sunday. He and First Lady Melania Trump have spent most of the holiday season at the White House. They are expected to remain in residence there until after the New Year.

    Yesterday, President Trump issued an executive order freezing pay for federal workers for 2019. He also made arrangements for the Coast Guard to be paid for the next pay period, despite the government shutdown.

    He continues to actively work on issues related to economics, border security, and other national concerns.

    http://www.presidentialprayerteam.org/daily

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  26. Corn Picker says:


    ^ angry Trump supporter with passion.

    Liked by 5 people

  27. linda4298 says:

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/lindsey-graham-faces-liberal-reporters-outside-white-house/ Lindsey Graham talks with reporters after having lunch with President Trump

    ‘I can assure you, the President is not a man under siege’

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  28. Bull Durham says:

    General Kelly served this nation for five decades, has four stars and served the President.
    Now, he’s shown why during his lifetime of service in the military the US never won a war.

    “Not a Wall Kelly” is his legacy. Maybe a barrier. Maybe just some people with clipboards, stickers and a hand-held clicker-counter to tally the illegals swarming over the border.
    Add a few dogs on leashes to bark at them as they teem into the country.

    We are not allowed to say ‘Wall’ anymore. White People (Deploreables) want Walls, and that’s Evil, don’t you know.

    Go get your private industry payoff, General. Your nation needed you. It no longer requires your service.
    We have a war at the border we intend to win.
    So far, two four stars, Kelly and Mattis, have not gotten the job done.

    Maybe we should get us a private, or corporal or sergeant to do the job.

    Cops are getting shot dead, Border Patrol guys are shot dead, ICE is risking life and limb and we can’t say ‘Wall’.

    The Barbarians are at the gateless border, and we can’t have a Wall.

    At least we know now why two years have passed and the America People, the Voters of the Republic, the authority from which the government gets its Power have been played by four star Generals, as well as Congressional leaders, most of the Senate and Congress, the Supreme Court, and many Federal judges in many Federal Districts.

    Well, I’m for a Russian Fence with all the bells and whistles.
    It can be built in year and will cost less than a Billion, much less.

    https://www.rt.com/russia/447629-russia-fence-crimea-ukraine-border/

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  29. Robert Smith says:

    Does Trump’s diplomacy work? German Army adds more Panzers to meet NATO obligations

    “In response to growing pressure from the United States, the German government has decided to increase the size of the German military (Bundeswehr) by adding an additional Panzer battalion. The 363rd Tank Battalion, which will bring the number of tank battalions in the Bundeswehr to six, will be formed in late 2019. The 363rd Tank Battalion will be based at a military base near Frankfurt, in Western Germany. As far as its equipment, it will be outfitted with 100 Leopard A7 main battle tanks. This will be the first time that the German army has grown since the end of the Cold War…”

    https://thenewsrep.com/112163/does-trumps-diplomacy-work-german-army-adds-more-panzers-to-meet-nato-obligations/

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  30. Bull Durham says:

    After two years of MAGA, it is evidently crystal clear that we voters, Deploreables, tax payers, cannot be too paranoid about the schemes, plots, machinations against us, against our Leader, against the office of the President, against our cherished Rule of Law, against our Sovereignty as as Nation and against our individual Sovereignty as citizens of a Constitutional Republic.

    We have no White Hat allies inside the Government, inside the Shadow Government, inside the Deep State, inside the Military, inside the very Oval Office (except DJT himself).

    We have our selves, our fellow citizens, our Christian brethren, and the great men and women of local law enforcement in most communities (not all, very tragically).

    Almost the entire hierarchy of officials at all levels of government have waged a battle against the People and what we desire for our nation and communities.

    So it is entirely normal to suspect them all. Trust only Actions, not Words from any of them.
    And watch your back. These are treacherous times of great consequence.

    Pray for DJT and America.

    Happy New Year, dear fellow Americans.
    We have a War of Independence against the Tyranny to fight and win.

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    • Harry Lime says:

      And I don’t expect this post to last very long, before they (congratulations they) remove it from this website…but one of the best things you can do is remove yourself from overwhelmingly negative websites like this one. You people are aware that so many past members have been completely banned from this site? I wonder why? Continue to ask why so many past beloved members won’t or can’t come back here? What gives? Don’t be sycophantic zombies. God bless.

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      • Joemama says:

        I don’t find this website to be negative. I find Sundance to be realistic and level headed. Many of the posters are optimistic, some are somewhat negative, some are neutral, but all in all, the group is intelligent, thoughtful, kind and civil. What more could one ask for?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Sedanka says:

        Instead, let’s cocoon yourselves at a “Q” worshipping site and pretend that there’s a secret plan and Jeff Sessions is still about to unveil his thousands of arrests and millions of grand juries.

        “TRUST MAGOO”

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  31. Harry Lime says:

    Great members here ask yourself why such wonderful contributors from the past have disappeared…??? It’s because they were banned by the almighty Sundance…who can’t stand being questioned? Seriously? Good grief. That’s not how intellectual intercourse happens. This is Jamestown.

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  32. Harry Lime says:

    And to the Admins who are eventually going to remove these posts…shame on you!

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    • Corn Picker says:

      Maybe you and them were posting lame stuff ,or didn’t read the guidelines, anyways grab a number and get in line with the rest of them ,actually back of the line for you

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    • Corn Picker says:

      It’s a privilege to post here ,this isn’t facebook ,I’ve been banned before but clawed my way back because this tree house is a living and breathing think tank ,now mind your manners and go down to the minor league ,”citizen free press and tell it to Kaine this here is the big league

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Looks like they are leaving your complaints up for all to see. You look a little silly asserting this comment will be removed and yet here you are for all to see.

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  33. pochas94 says:

    The best description of Democrats today is “Anarchists.” They work toward a total breakdown of law and order.

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  34. Glenna McCormack says:

    David, pay for our wall. That’s the issue with President Trump, America first. Our safety is tantamount to dollars in a stewardship. So, David, protect us, so you can say Donald J Trump didn’t.

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