January 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #722

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1,114 Responses to January 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #722

    • heidi says:

      Citizen, TY for your posts (others here too as well), I re-post on twitter & other places often, just wanted to be sure everyone knows your work here gets passed around!

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  1. patrickhenrycensored says:

    White House Website Has New ‘Immigration’ Page
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/immigration/

    Liked by 14 people

  2. lurker2 says:

    Bill Kristol actually tweeted “Oprah-Beto 2020. How not?” Obviously he has no strategy for his anti-Trump initiative. 🙂 Just like 2016, he won’t be able to find a candidate willing to run against Trump.

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  3. Publius2016 says:

    Who has been adversely affected by the Shutdown? so far none that I know…

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  4. citizen817 says:

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  5. duchess01 says:

    BREAKING: $20 million raised in border wall GoFundMe will be refunded…
    Posted by Kane on January 11, 2019 4:41 pm

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/20-million-raised-in-gofundme-for-the-great-wall-to-be-refunded/

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  6. dufrst says:

    Hilarious 🤣

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  7. WSB says:

    New information on the Page Congressional testimony.

    “At a later point in testimony, this issue was potentially further clarified:

    Rep.: Comey has admitted that he told the President, I think, that he wasn’t under investigation during that timeframe.

    Page: That is not inconsistent, sir…Somebody could not be under investigation, but there still could be discussions about potential criminal activity, and that is totally consistent with FBI policies and would not be unusual with respect to any investigation.

    This provides a perfect explanation as to why Comey refused to tell the press that President Trump was not under investigation—and the nature of the text messages.

    The FBI had not placed Trump under any formal investigation—but they were keeping their ability to do so open, and interim FBI Director McCabe may have been planning to initialize a formal investigation before a permanent director could be appointed.

    A question worth asking: What happens if an interim FBI Director opens a formal investigation into a sitting president during a highly politically charged time? Is it then difficult, perhaps impossible, to appoint someone other than McCabe as a new FBI Director, especially given Comey’s recent firing?”

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/transcripts-of-lisa-pages-closed-door-testimonies-provide-new-revelations_2763452.html

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  8. teaforall says:

    ! https://bit.ly/2SIQyBg
    You can click on link and agree to have money transferred to we build the wall inc

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      No track record.
      Don’t know enough about them – like how much overhead v. how much directly to building border barriers. Or how they will build a border barrier, what land, etc. if the fed gov can’t work with them

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      • lurker2 says:

        Exactly. I really don’t understand why anyone is donating to this.

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          I donated to the go fund me because I was fairly certain I would be refunded if it was not accepted for the given purpose by the fed gov. But to this – unknown plans and how it will be used

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          • This was one I hated being right about. But I knew there wasn’t a legal way to give government a pile of money and order them to use it for a specific purpose beyond the few direct fund contribution pathways that are currently allowed (to pay down the national debt, to fund elections and to maintain national parks and monuments).

            Congress certainly COULD pass a law allowing for direct contribution to build the wall, but that action would have to come from their direction. It isn’t supposed to flow from the public TO them in the form of an order with a check attached. It violates the whole point of having a Republic if you can elect people to act in your place, and then take that power back from them. That would be a direct Democracy, like India, and we don’t have that.

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        • Michael Todaro says:

          No one said it would be easy. POTUS has been held up for 2 years. Donations DO show support for our president and our country. Be nice if “lurker2” would unlurk .

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  9. WSB says:

    “A nonprofit group linked to Fusion GPS and partially funded by George Soros worked in recent months with a technology company implicated in a scheme to use fake Russian bots during Alabama’s special Senate election.

    The groups, the Democracy Integrity Project (TDIP) and New Knowledge, partnered before the 2018 midterms to track alleged Russian disinformation networks, a website the organizations collaboratively run shows.

    Both organizations have links to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), which is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election, as well as possible Trump campaign collusion.

    SSCI provided New Knowledge with data from various social media companies as part of an investigation into Russian disinformation networks, according to a report New Knowledge released Dec. 17. Two days later, news broke that New Knowledge’s chief executive was involved in a self-described “false flag” operation in the special election for a Senate seat in Alabama, as was another staffer who was the lead author on the Senate report. (RELATED: Senate’s Outside Russia Investigators Tied To Russia ‘False Flag’ Operation)

    TDIP is also linked to the Senate Intelligence panel. Its founder, Daniel J. Jones, was previously a staffer for Democrats on SSCI. He was also in contact in early 2017 with Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the Democratic vice chairman of SSCI. As part of TDIP’s own Trump-Russia investigation, the group hired Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele, the author of the anti-Trump dossier.

    The extent of Warner’s contacts with Jones remain unclear.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/01/10/fusion-gps-russia-false-flag/

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • lurker2 says:

      He’d better lay out all of the plans and how the money will be spent before he accepts donations, otherwise I would be very skeptical of this.

      Liked by 1 person

      • dallasdan says:

        The complexities surrounding his simply-stated plan are many and varied, including: business expertise, design, construction, coordination with individual property owners and municipal/federal governmental authorities, legal proceedings/challenges, accounting/auditing/reporting frameworks, to name but a few.

        Patriots who donated are to be commended. I hope they are equally fervent in their performing due-diligence prior to their collectively handing millions of dollars to a virtual stranger who has no infrastructure in-place to execute his plan as described.

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      • Michael Todaro says:

        Beware “lurker2” The thing that wouldn’t die.

        Liked by 1 person

  11. Zippy says:

    Doesn’t affect me personally, but just sayin’:

    “I know the H-1B very well… it’s very bad for our workers, it’s unfair for our workers. And we should end it.” – Trump 2016

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    • lurker2 says:

      HOORAY! H-1B visa are totally gutting IT! Reducing wages and turning good jobs into slave labor. It’s so bad I would advise young people who like computing to get engineering degrees instead and pursue engineering work, not IT.

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      • lurker2 says:

        It’s ridiculous that there are US citizen IT workers having trouble finding jobs while so many thousands of cheap H-1B workers flood into the country. Zuckerberg and the other IT giants love that cheap labor. Look at the IT job postings, 99% are by Indian contracting firms. It’s insane. I’ve been in IT for some time and it started to get bad around 2000 and it’s just gotten so much worse.

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        • lurker2 says:

          Cognizant, a contracting company out of India, is the biggest abuser of H-1B visas. Just saw this article:

          Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., the biggest U.S. sponsor of H-1B visas for foreign information technology specialists, says a civil rights lawsuit accusing the firm of bias against workers who aren’t from India is all wrong. Three former employees claim they were forced out of their jobs and replaced with “less qualified” South Asians after being poorly treated by their Indian supervisors and colleagues, given unjustifiably low performance ratings and denied promotions. ….. Cognizant received 29,000 H1-B visas last year, according to Homeland Security Department data, about twice as much as Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., second on the list. The biggest U.S. technology companies, such as Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp., and Google Inc., are much further down the list with fewer than 5,000 sponsored visas each. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-16/no-1-h-1b-visa-sponsor-tries-to-bury-anti-white-bias-lawsuit

          29,000 H-1B visas just for Cognizant. That’s 29,000 job opportunities lost for US IT workers.

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        • rjcylon says:

          Right. And if they become US Citizens they are no longer working for slave wages, which undercuts the entire point of them being here working in the IT field in the first place.

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          • Joemama says:

            And that is only half of the problem. Almost all of them bring spouses/family on other visas to reduce the salaries of other professions.

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        • Michael Todaro says:

          This is true

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          • rjcylon says:

            Which lowers the demands for H1-B visa workers. Trump is trying to protect American workers from competing against foreign workers who can work for nothing. If he makes them citizens, the big corporations are screwed because their goes the whole reason for their support for open-borders/H1-B visas… which is cheap labor.

            So if they are going to become citizens anyway, why bother importing them? Why not just hire the Americans who are already looking for work? In my opinion that is Trump’s point. Cut off the cheap labor, save American jobs.

            As far as wanting the best and the brightest from all over the world goes, that is what makes us the USA. We are a magnet for the best and the brightest. That is NOT the same thing as cheap labor. And the best and the brightest are going to want to become citizens and make $$$.

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      • lurker2 says:

        Cancel my HOORAY. How did I misread that tweet? The numbers of H-1Bs need to be reduced! These are not the best people, “talented and highly skilled” coming into the country on these visas! I have worked with H-1Bs who completely padded their resumes and have been on the phone or online day in and day out trying to get their work done because they don’t have the skills and they are trying to get help from others.

        Very disappointing. I will need to send my complaint letter. This is the first time I have been disappointed by Trump, I think.

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    • Buck says:

      Yeah, I miss candidate Trump.
      H1-B visas are massively abused to the point of fraud.

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    • I don’t understand why he is doing this.

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      • deplorable says:

        This came totally out of left field. A complete 180 degree reversal from what Trump promised while campaigning for President. Is Donald Trump about to throw American tech workers under the bus?

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    • bakocarl says:

      Trump 2016 – “I know the H-1B very well… [ as it is presently being administered ] it’s very bad for our workers, it’s unfair for our workers. And we should end it.”

      Trump 2019 – [ Under my new directions ] “H1-B holders in the United States can rest assured that changes are soon coming which will bring both simplicity and certainty to your stay, including a potential path to citizenship.” [ and including changes to the process that will encourage and be fair to U.S. job opportunities and growth, especially to our future, current and past STEM students and graduates ].

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      • lurker2 says:

        I feel like I was just smacked on the side of my head. I totally misread the tweet. I am EXTREMELY disappointed.

        Parents, do not let your kids get computing degrees unless they are planning to move on to PhD level. Go for engineering degrees instead. IT is awful now. Turning into slave labor with poor conditions and stagnant pay. That’s because everyone can claim they know computing even though many of those people don’t. Hard to pretend if you’re an engineer. I regret taking the career path that I took, I should have finished my engineering degree.

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      • Michael Todaro says:

        As an attorney, I have have actually represent visa overstays. What a mess.

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    • rjcylon says:

      He’s highlighting the difference between legal and illegal immigration.

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    • Deb says:

      We need H1B visas in certain industries. We are about to see a huge shortage of engineers, not enough people went into engineering the last 30 years.

      What we need to end is the abuse of H1B visas by tech companies and entertainment companies.

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      • WES says:

        Deb: Many people did not go into engineering because there were no jobs for engineers!

        My family 3 engineers! Mining, Mechanical, & Electrical. All wished they had chosen differently!

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      • deplorable says:

        Deb says: “We need H1B visas in certain industries.

        Because you say so? What industries do you speak of and can you cite factual statistics. I suggest you take a look at the number of engineering and technology graduates over the past 30 years. The number of graduates far exceeds the number of jobs.

        Perhaps the Feds should flood the supply of labor and product in whatever field you work in.

        Increased supply of temporary guest-worker H-1B visas means declining wages and working conditions

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      • Joemama says:

        There is never a shortage of any type of worker. Salaries will adjust and fill the shortage, if the free market is allowed to operate. Shortages are caused by the government and industry colluding to distort the market for lower wages.

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  12. Rynn69 says:

    Somebody needs to advise our beloved President that the H1B visa worker program NEEDS TO END. It is not good for America in any way and the President is talking about prolonging their stays and adding benefits? WTH?! H1B visas are a PRIVILEGE and should only be utilized in industries where filling a job can be lifesaving —- i.e. Registered Nurses who are consistently undersupplied. There should NEVER, ever, be H1B visas for computer tech jobs. There are many young Americans coming out of college or university with these qualifications. END THE H1B VISA PROGRAM EXCEPT FOR JOBS LIKE NURSES THAT ARE LIFE/DEATH. President Trump is not seeing the big picture here.

    Not to mention the H1B system will most assuredly be used as a runaround to proper immigration such as the “refugee” and “asylum” canards.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      And “DACA” canard…

      Liked by 1 person

    • lurker2 says:

      They need to severely cut back on those visa and only allow them in fields where there is truly a shortage. The markets need to be monitored. Like IT … are there US citizen IT workers who are out of work, especially replaced by H-1B visa holders? If so then there are too many visas. Same with wages, are wages going up with experience and education or stagnating or heading downward? Then there are too many H-1B visa holders. Would be easy to determine.

      What a disappointment. I realize there are other fields in which H-1B workers are employed but IT is being decimiated. Crappy field now. Used to be really great.

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    • andrewalinxs says:

      When it comes to negotiations over employment/ economic Programs and trade deals I find it best to Let the POTUS do what he is doing.

      With USCMA and other things he has done now so well he has more then earned my trust that he understand and knows what is best for the country. Let him work.

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    • WSB says:

      Lou was REALLY pissed off tonight. Hammered the ‘idiot’ staffer who put this in front of the President.

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    • deplorable says:

      The H1B visa is a TEMPORARY guest worker visa supposably for TEMPORARY shortages. That’s how it was originally sold by Congress to the American people.

      Congress has pulled the bait-and-switch to keep extending the duration of the visa and now the President wants to one-up Congress by giving temporary guest workers a path to citizenship that never existed in the first place? That tweet makes no sense.

      Oh, and who decides if there is a TEMPORARY shortage – the U.S. Chamber of Commerce of course.

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    • romy911 says:

      I really don’t want an H1B Visa Registered Nurse taking care of me or my loved ones. Acceptance into RN university programs is pretty competitive these days. Open up more spots/ availability for RN education rather than all the college degrees that result in a large amount of debt and no job.

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    • Joemama says:

      If there is a shortage of nurses, it is because they are not being paid enough, or are being abused by their employers in some manner.

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  13. Mr Spock says:

    Not up on my hat etiquette but if a guy sitting next to the President of the United States in the White House will not remove his hat then when does one remove his hat?

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  14. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    POTUS officially wrecks CNN once more. MSM in panic, trying to use Steve King as a race-baiting foil as POTUS is easily winning the Wall/Shutdown argument.

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  15. Franklin says:

    “In a new confusing development, U.S. officials told the New York Times on January 11 that the U.S. has withdrawn no troops from Syria. According to the report, only some units of military qeuipment have been withdrawn.

    The officials went on to reveal that the number of American troops in Syria might actually increase in the coming days in order to support the final push against the remaining ISIS fighters in the Euphrates Valley.

    Earlier, the US-led coalition announced that it has began the process of deliberate withdrawal from Syria. The new statements don’t only contradict with this announcement, but also with a recent report of the Syrian Observatory for Human Right (SOHR). The SOHR stressed that up to 150 U.S. service members have withdrawn from northeastern Syria today.”

    https://southfront.org/us-officials-deny-start-of-troops-withdrawal-from-syria/

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  16. patrickhenrycensored says:

    BREAKING: $20 million raised in border wall GoFundMe will be refunded…
    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/20-million-raised-in-gofundme-for-the-great-wall-to-be-refunded/

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    • FofBW says:

      If that were 20 BILLION it may have got much more attention in Washington.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mr Spock says:

      Although well intended the effort is now being mocked by the left. Too bad the guy didn’t do his homework ahead of time.

      Liked by 2 people

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        As I posted earlier…….

        He should change funding for the wall, to funding for college, to go to the children of slain Border Patrol Officers by illegals.

        $25 million could fund quite a bit of college…….and he could keep it open to continually add to the fund.

        And……if he includes all Officers in this, he may get some pretty heavy donations.

        Just an idea..

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      • WES says:

        Mr Spock: Well look at it this way. At least he didn’t let his ignorance stop him from acting on his idea! He took the first step! Now he is learning the things he needs to know! That is how all great people start! It is called live and learn! Sometimes referred to as the school of hard knocks! There is no better way to learn quickly!

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  17. California Joe says:

    Zuckerberg, Gates, Bezos and the other tech giants use the H1B Visa scam to circumvent EEOC and affirmative action rules by hiring tech workers from India to meet diversity hiring rules. The Indian tech workers qualify as minority hires and therefore Hispanic or Black Americans are bypassed. Zuckerberg is a hypocrite and doesn’t want to hire American minorities!

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  18. jeans2nd says:

    Charles Lane, Fake News writer for WaPo, just told Brett Baeir of Fox that he admired that new Democrat commie chick, Occasional Whatsits, for pushing back on people.

    Hypocrisy at its finest, folks. Pres Trump is a cretinistic racist misogynistic homoaphobic phobaistic WASP CIS phobaphobe (ht/Bongino) for being a counter-puncher. The commie babe is admired.

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  19. Mr Spock says:

    Jim Acosta…Death by a thousand memes


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  20. patrickhenrycensored says:

    AOC demands we be off of Fossil Fools

    Liked by 3 people

  21. BSR says:

    Anyone else find the absence of RBG from the SCOTUS bench as more than irony?

    1-A fall that causes broken ribs
    2-Said fall miraculously shows an operable lung tumor on an 80+ year old woman
    3-Tumor “successfully removed” no word on metastasizing possibility
    4-Misses first week on bench
    5-Spokesman announcement that RBG will miss second week but also states that recovery is on track yet won’t comment on any timetable beyond that. Dotdotdot. Therefore there is no timetable.

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    • dallasdan says:

      If there is a highly concerning backstory, it will soon manifest itself.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WES says:

      BSR: There are 2 possible sceneros for RBG.

      One: Her lung cancer was secondary spreading from one of her earlier primary cancers. Outlook grim.

      Two. Her lung cancer was primary. Then her outlook is good. Could die of old age! This appears to be her situation.l

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  22. wyntre says:

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  23. Sandra-VA says:

    This is a reminder that as President Trump demonstrates “Art of the Deal” and effectively allows the other side to think they have a win… (when in fact WE WIN again!), there will be those here who declare that this is the end… they can’t vote for him in 2020, he won’t win re-election, he sold out, he caved….. etc etc etc. Yet, some time later, we will all see that he was, in fact, a VSG 😉

    We have seen this play before, over and over again on these pages. Don’t fall for the drama 🙂

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  24. wyntre says:

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  25. George Hicks says:

    NOW is the time to contact your rep and let them know you want the wall built. We need to pressure the house NOW to represent the wishes of the people who elected them. House Dems are starting to feel the pressure being put on them by their constituents to build the wall. This may be your ONLY chance…take 2 minutes to send them an Email and let them know your wishes. PLEASE!
    To find your Rep by zip code: https://ziplook.house.gov/htbin/findrep_house

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  26. citizen817 says:

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    • WES says:

      817: She is too pretty to be doing laundrying!

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      There’s that Cowboy hat again…….must be a conspiracy……

      but at least now they are accusing a good looking woman….

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    • stephen fenlon says:

      Hmmmm… a charge from 2013. Yet she got a SPECIAL DISPENSATION VISA from Loretta lynch to enter the US prior to the trump Tower meeting?

      sniffy

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      • stephen fenlon says:

        Plus, if the Fusion GPS role in the “Russia Collusion” fiasco blows up, I don’t think she will be too eager to enter the US to testify with this hanging over her head.

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    • apfelcobbler says:

      Adam Schiff took quite an interest in asking Glenn Simpson (of Fusion GPS) about any and all of Trump’s business connections (some quite tenuous). Naturally, he was quite curious about the lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya. See pp. 118-122, 133-140, and 154-162 for some details. The context is fascinating, as is Schiff’s purposeful questioning. One thing Schiff zeroed in on while questioning Simpson was how both Michael Cohen and Maria Butina were low hanging fruit (and look what happened to them both!). Simpson’s impression of Natalia was she is a very competent lawyer who was hoping to come to the notice of the Kremlin by way of her hard work and also seeming to be a valued player. In other words, she may have insinuated herself into that meeting purely for her own reasons.

      http://docs.house.gov/meetings/IG/IG00/20180118/106796/HMTG-115-IG00-20180118-SD002.pdf

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  27. jeans2nd says:

    Ladies and gentlymen, allow me to introduce your current Uniparty-DeceptiCONS-Who-Identify-As-Conservatives corruptocrats at work.

    Corrupt Washington moves to permanently fund itself
    ” …A group of Republican Senators have introduced legislation that would make future government shutdowns impossible by creating a permanent continuing resolution should budget negotiations fail.”

    “… this bill would make permanent all government funding, forever, while taking all power from the voters to influence what the government does…”

    “…the bill was introduced by Republican senators, including “libertarian” Mike Lee (R-Utah)…”

    ‘…” If this doesn’t demonstrate that the people in Washington, from both parties, and from across the political spectrum, have no interest in the national interest, nothing will.”
    https://behindtheblack.com/behind-the-black/points-of-information/corrupt-washington-moves-to-permanently-fund-itself/

    Did you get all that? Uniparty DeceptiCONS wearing the CONservative brand will fund D.C. in perpetuity. With your tax dollars.

    Now shutup and OBEY.

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  28. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    On the new (non) “bombshell” thing regarding Russia. Couple of thoughts.

    1. Trying to get this out there in front of the Barr confirmation hearings next week to try to have leverage on him and get him to say he’ll let Mueller go unchecked, etc. No one is paying attention to Russia/Cohen/Mueller now (as Trump intended), so this is an attempt to bring it back into focus. But they’re running out of “Boy Who Cried Wolf” moments and they now have one less.

    2. I think this new story may tie into Flynn and what he told them. As I mentioned in a previous comment some time ago, the upshot here (of where this might be headed) is some supposed “Grand Bargain” that was supposed to have been being worked on by Team Trump that involved Russia and Saudi Arabia. Something like supposed reduced sanctions on Russia and they help out in Syria, something like this.

    Of course, this is nonsense. Did not read the article so not know what it says. I don’t think any of this (supposed sanction relief) actually took place, thus it’s a situation similar to “Well, Trump WANTED to fire Mueller so that’s obstruction” even though he never fired him.

    This is all BS. Dems getting crushed on the Wall/Shutdown argument, and Barr hearings coming up. So it’s desperation time and the moment to try to put focus back on Muh Russia. But it’s way, way, way too late to make the case now. They’ll try, of course, as they’ll try with the Cohen public testimony. But it’s not going anywhere, except as a way to drag down Trump’s polls and try to manipulate Barr to let Mueller keep running wild.

    This is my opinion. The info on the “Grand Bargain” stuff comes form people who are connected to Micheal Flynn’s kid. Seems they got a head’s up on this. We’ll see if it’s all true.

    Summary is simple — another ‘bombshell’ going nowhere, but we need to make sure Barr is unfettered and confirmed. I’m totally comfortable with Barr and think he can be a big asset in ending the Mueller witch hunt.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Here is an example of the “Grand Bargain” talk. I don’t trust Posobiec much, but I do believe he talks with Flynn Jr.:

      There is more out there on this, but this is a taste of stuff I’ve come across.

      Both Cernovich and Posobiec were incensed when Trump let Flynn go. Almost certain that both were receiving information from Flynn’s kid.

      Thus, while I trust neither of them very much, I do think they may have gotten valid intel on what Flynn Sr may have been talking to Mueller about. We’ll see.

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      • Piper77 says:

        Posobeic is wrong A LOT. He just ignores his bad predictions like they never happened.

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        • MakeAmericaGreat says:

          No question about it. I follow almost nothing Posobiec says, at all. Only saying this because he does seem connected to Flynn Jr and Jr would probably know what Daddy testified about.

          Otherwise, I ignore Posobiec almost completely.

          I hope I’m wrong on this. Just sharing what I’ve seen. I don’t think any of this Russia/Mueller stuff is going anywhere. But just putting out there a potential path this could be heading down.

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  29. notyetbeguntofight says:

    Police: ‘MS-13 associate’ pays gang $100 to have sex with trafficked 14-year-old girl
    https://static-33.sinclairstoryline.com/resources/media/8772f66c-caec-4dec-83eb-1e52e5135147-large16x9_DwoyrfdW0AAjSbS.jpg?1547219542302
    “WHEATON, Md. (ABC7) — On Monday, an alleged MS-13 associate is scheduled to be tried in Montgomery County Circuit Court for reportedly paying to have sex with a 14-year-old girl, and then blackmailing the teen with compromising video he took of her.
    “According to court documents obtained by ABC7, the girl was a human trafficking victim within the ‘Pinos Locos’ clique of MS-13, which made the suburban town of Wheaton its hub for illegal dealings.”
    Montgomery County, MD, bedroom community of DC. READ THE WHOLE THING

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  30. duchess01 says:

    Congress Announces New Border Plan – To Build The Wall And Save Taxpayers $33B

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  31. duchess01 says:

    POWELL: How Did The Wife Of A Mueller Protege End Up Hearing Mueller’s Case?

    January 10th, 2019

    https://amp.dailycaller.com/2019/01/10/mueller-protege

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  32. mazziflol says:

    Trump has also been weak on the 2nd amendment lately. Both in words and actions. Barr is also strong anti gun. GOA is voicing concern over Barr and I give them more credance than the NRA.

    https://www.gunowners.org/alert11519.htm

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