January 12th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #723

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  1. Bob at Wendys says:

    Brietbart:
    Tariffs not being reflected in inflation
    https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/01/11/tariffsdonttaxconcusmers/

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  2. I’m hungry. Throw me some meat!

    Equal justice under the law!

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    • StanH says:

      “…Just Watch! ” I wonder what he means?

      We know from history that President Trump is an aww..shucks type of guy, let bygones be bygones…right? /s

      MAGA! …by “relax and enjoy the ride.”

      Amen Golden Advice. I do not care what party either, if they have been a part of this on going coup, let’em hang! Metaphorically of course.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        I think all he means by “Just watch” is that time will prove he’s right about what Mueller’s doing. I don’t read any more into it than that. Doing any more than that seems like second-guessing him, and that hasn’t proven productive in the past.

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        • Albertus Magnus says:

          I agree. I will go further, however, and say that nothing is going to be done about any of it. The only question at this point is whether or not Mueller and Co. decide to actually indict PDJT or his family. If so, then there will be a no-holds-barred reaction from PDJT. If no indictments are pursued against them, then just another 2 years of DEM cauterwauling and presidential angry tweets in reaction. Not something helpful to see, in my opinion.

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      • Hereward the Woke says:

        Perhaps “Just watch!” should have been “Judicial Watch”. The only people apart from DJT himself who are fighting all this.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Metaphorically? Why? Traitors must be executed. No pity. Remember the Rosenbergs?

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  3. In case you didn’t catch it..
    It has trouble “streaming” on ABC’s site link..
    I’ll post all 4 parts, For Our viewing pleasure.
    Truth and Lies: Monica and Bill – Part 1

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    • Truth and Lies: Monica and Bill – Part 2

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    • ALEX says:

      Just more narrative shaping for the upcoming Cohen testimony. The Metoo stuff will be 24/7 before the Cohen testimony and I expect all the women who charged the President with sexual stuff during campaign to be testifying eventually…I think 17 of them

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      • WSB says:

        Yep, Christine 2.0.

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      • Judith says:

        Sigh. Can we just agree that what transpires between two *consenting* adults (no backsies 30 years hence) has NO place in politics, whatsoever? This sex talk is such a bore.

        Think about it. Do we care who anybody else in the world has ever slept with? Do we hound our friends about their “habits?” Or the local pharmacist? How about our doctors and lawyers and engineers? Does sex EVER matter in any other realm of discussion besides politics?

        Just give it a rest already. Sex in politics is framed *only* to distract from real world problems that SHOULD keep us up at night.

        And it’s a great bully pulpit as well. But it shouldn’t be. The #MeToo movement is SO lame. Zzzzzzzzz

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        • jeans2nd says:

          Great point, thank you.

          Clinton was impeached for lying under oath, not for sexual trysts.
          Have not seen the ABC vids, but would wager that point is glossed over, if mentioned at all.

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  4. Co says:

    President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, is among the possible candidates for him to nominate for president of the World Bank, according to the Financial Times.

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  5. youme says:

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    • ALEX says:

      This in my opinion was a misfire and you can see he uses “talented and skilled”….I believe he was trying to draw out a comparison with the unskilled hoardes coming across border and he missed the mark BIGLY

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      • Mr Spock says:

        Still a VERY ill advised Tweet. Watch Lou Dobbs’ reaction to it last evening (start at 5:07). Rollins thinks Kusher is behind it. Very sad…

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      • youme says:

        I am waiting to hear from the Walt Disney and California utility company employees who lost their jobs to foreign workers.

        Globalization is an elitist racket

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      • MfM says:

        One percent of H-1B visa holders are what I would call more talented and more skilled than their American counterparts.

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        • Deb says:

          The visas are only supposed to be used when Americans can’t be found for the job.

          This is an issue in certain places, my husband is an engineer and we have a shortage of engineers right now in industry and power plants. Not enough Americans wanted to do the hard work to get an engineering degree. They got liberal arts degrees instead. We were supposed to be shifting away from a manufacturing economy, remember?

          Areas where the visas have been abused include the tech sector and places like Disney. The corruption and abuse needs to be dealt with.

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          • Remington says:

            I agree with Deb. If you look at the wankers coming out of our …universities…how many of them would you employ? When given a choice between a physics, or E.E. degree…chem E or coasting along as a…soc major…social justice warrior, whoring your way through college to a useless degree, they would opt for plan B. Engineering degrees are hard work, work these people want no part of.

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            • One additional problem import of those skills keeps the demand and pay for those positions low which reduces the pool of native talent willing to do the work to get the degree. It artificially kills the job market. Contrary to popular press it is already bad in science (STEM). The US still trains the best but not necessary the cheapest.

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          • wj2016 says:

            There is no shortage of engineers that higher wages wouldn’t solve. Why would anyone think the white collar job market is different from the blue collar? More people in a given skill set depress the wages in that skill set. Doesn’t matter if it’s a carpenter or a computer programmer.

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          • Fake Nametag says:

            I am an engineer (telecommunications). Whenever I see Zuckerberg or one of those clowns whining on TV about the lack of qualified people in the US, I want to barf. You want an intelligent American to come to work for you? Pony up the money.

            Let’s say for the sake of example there were a shortage of AI programmers. If I knew I could make $100k more a year to change fields, I’d gladly quit my job, return to school at my own expense for a year or two to get the skills, and leave telecommunications behind.

            Similarly, if FB offered me $30k a year more than I make now to come on board and were willing to cross-train me, I’d be there tomorrow.

            There is no shortage of engineering talent in the USA. There is just a shortage of people who are willing to sell their skills at half price.

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    • gingergal says:

      I thought I remember Trump reassuring us that no foreign worker would take priority over an American citizen, including skilled?

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    • H-1B’s have become cheap labor visas. Either cancel the visa class altogether or only issue them to citizens of countries where the wage rates are equal to or higher than in the USA. That will stop the abuse.

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      • Never going to happen, but the way to fix it is to have a rational immigration system: end illegal alien infestation, reduce visa abuse (indentured servants), but allow a good number of high-skilled foreign workers to immigrate to the U.S. but it must be on a path-to-citizenship basis. That way, the immigrant workers/professionals will have bargainaing power in the labor market, making it a fairer playing field for American workers.

        A rational immigration system for the U.S. is the LAST thing the CoC/multinationals want, of course. And it’s very telling that, whenever they claim that there is an unfilled need in the American labor force, they usually replace American workers already doing the jobs in this supposed labor-deficient field with lower quality but lower wage indentured servants – and that includes engineering, etc. fields, not just tech workers and Disney employees.

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        • Fake Nametag says:

          This would make it fairer, but it still has a significant effect on wages in the tech sector. First of all, you are increasing the supply of engineers or whatever into a job market with a fixed number of open jobs, decreasing everyone’s bargaining power. Without the H1Bs, the wages would have to increase until equilibrium were reached and the jobs were filled. Bringing H1Bs in just means a lower equilibrium wage, even if they pay H1Bs the same as native workers. With such a large pool of potential foreign workers (virtually every engineer in the world) the effect is significant. Second, the incentive for the foreign worker would be increased further since they now get the added benefit of a path to citizenship…therefore they would be incentivized to work for even less than they do now because economically there is a significant value in becoming a citizen (e.g. now would be able to get green cards for family members when they could not under the current system). So perhaps someone who was willing to work for $60k per year would be willing to work for $50k.

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    • rjcylon says:

      I think people are misinterpreting the purpose of the President’s tweet. The reason the visa holders are taking so many jobs is because they are NOT American citizens. That is why they are being imported by corporations in the first place—cheap labor.

      Now, if you are one of these visa holders, would you rather work for slave wages or become a US citizen and make a good salary and live in the freest most prosperous country on earth?

      I believe this is a warning shot to corporations. Yes we do want the best and brightest…as US citizens. Making the same money everyone else in their field makes. And if you want them, you will pay them just as much as the skilled US workers currently applying for those jobs, one way or another.

      If I were Disney or any other corporation I’d be sweating bullets after reading his tweet.

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      • Spot on. I should hav read your comment before posting mine (right above).

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      • Charlie5 says:

        When they become a US citizen, they will be training their H-1B replacements, not getting a raise.

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      • RedWave 2020 says:

        AFAIK H1B is bad 99% of the time but one strategy may be to increase the minimum wage for those jobs to a really high one say $150,000+ based on inflation (so more for sillicon valley) so only the really talented workers are picked. This is only gonna be applicable for high level jobs. Now many are deciding american workers don’t meet their hiring standards so they’ll pay an H1B visa holder 1/2 as much. With this wage floor, Companies can’t really claim they’re having a shortage of workers as they’ll have to actually pay more to H1b’s meaning they’re not gonna be willing to replace an IT worker making 80k with a H1B making 150k rather hopefully they’ll only hire additional workers.
        Another common sense reform imho is NO REPLACING AMERICAN WORKERS. Essentially, if you fire someone without cause then you can’t use H1B’s to replace them.

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    • Zorro says:

      Scads of American IT workers have been replaced. The excuse, shortage of workers. The reality, Globalist/Uniparty cheaper labor.

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    • Yy4u says:

      We are being replaced . USA will be Mexico. Venezuela or South Africa in 30 years. Not sure which one but it wont be what it is today. Our elite will be living in New Zealand oblivious to the damage they did.

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    • Sentient says:

      Regarding the John Binder tweet- was the woman’s husband’s job outsourced or was he replaced by an H-1b visa holder within the USA? There’s a difference. Is it worse for an H-1b visa holder within the US to earn $80k salary in I.T. or for the entire project to be done in Bangalore instead of the US?

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  6. ALEX says:

    To the best of my knowledge the FBI does two types of investigations: 1) Criminal and 2) Counter-Intel. If the FBI opened a counter-intel on the President and all of the surveillance powers Sundance and others have documented that come with it…..well…think about that a minute.

    Again, I’m looking past the headline an investigation was opened and into how it was compartmentalized, the info collected and who has access to all the “incidental” communications.

    Does Mueller have all of this ?

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    • Mr Spock says:

      300% in unmasking during 2015-2016 by Obama admin. Very likely every high level Republican in DC and elsewhere was spied on. IC/FBI/DOJ (deep state) has dirt on them all, thus hardly anyone is interested in moving against the corruptocrats.

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    • Doppler says:

      “The executive power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America.”

      It is a usurpation of that power for the CIA or FBI to claim they need to investigate whether the President is colluding with a foreign power. Did Washington and Madison collude with France in our wars against England? Did Wilson and Roosevelt collude with England in the run ups to the two world wars? Did Roosevelt collude with Stalin to defeat Nazism?

      Brennan, Clapper, Comey, McCabe, Mueller need to be held accountable for illegally turning the intelligence and law enforcement assets of the country against political candidates and especially against the President, who alone holds the power to conduct foreign relations. They are illegal usurpers of the executive power.

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  7. youme says:

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  8. bakocarl says:

    Two Years Now

    Rows and flows of light blond hair,
    Two scoops of ice cream everywhere
    Red hats with MAGA that we wear,
    We look at Trump that way

    Oh, we’re so glad that he has run,
    Well deserved praise from everyone
    So many things that he has done
    We’re happier every day

    We’ve looked at Trump for two years now
    He tweets then beats and still somehow
    Has all the victories we recall
    And now he’ll build our wall

    We remember the “insurance” deal,
    The fake dossier produced by Steele
    The lies and schemes to make it real
    They look at Trump that way

    But now it’s just the Mueller show
    Amounts to nothing, soon he’ll go
    The truth will out and then they’ll know
    You can’t get Trump that way.

    They’ve looked at Trump for two years now
    Found no collusion, but somehow
    They still try hard to make him fall
    They really don’t know Trump at all

    Now tears and fears yet feeling proud
    We all say “MAGA” right out loud
    Blue skies have come, still a few clouds
    And getting clearer every day

    But now old friends they’re acting strange
    They shake their heads, say we’ve changed
    Well something’s lost, but more’s been gained
    In living every day.

    They’ve had at Trump for two years now
    They lied and schemed and still somehow
    It’s Dimm’s delusions that will fall
    They really don’t know Trump at all

    We’ve been with Trump for two years now
    He’s worked hard, remembering his vows
    With all the victories we recall
    He’s done us proud, Trump standing tall

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  9. Mr Spock says:

    So the media is doing a complete 360 back to Russia…Russia…Russia. BORING!!!

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    • paulraven1 says:

      That’s how it works. They’ll circle back to Trump’s mental health soon enough. They run the tire until it’s worn down then re-tread it. Nothing changes.

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      • NJMAGA says:

        Does the average leftist really buy this? They are going to believe a true Russian agent is in the White House and the FBI/CIA/DOJ are letting him stay there, even after a TWO YEAR investigation. Just how dumb are they?

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        • paulraven1 says:

          It’s not about intelligence. It’s about fundamentalist religious belief.

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        • NJ- not dumb, MALICIOUS.

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          • Doppler says:

            Seneca, I believe we need to divide the “left” between the “malicious” and the “dumb,” or better the “ill informed & misled.”

            Like some of my family members, I still get daily doses of the NYT and the News Hour, but since Steve Bannon joined the Trump campaign, I’ve been taking daily doses of Breitbart and other sites it led me to, including and especially this one.

            What I’ve found is working on my family members is to recommend they read selected articles from alternative sites, with the challenge that there are two inconsistent narratives in play, and how do you discern the true narrative without hearing both sides?

            Also by volunteering factual insights from the other narrative that undercut some biased story we’re hearing together, or grinding my teeth loudly when that blowhard Mark Shields goes into full Trump Derangement Syndrome.

            Also by asking their view of specific issues, and listening carefully, suggesting they consider the possibility that a key assumption they’re relying upon is ungrounded, following up with a link to a key article.

            If you don’t consider both sides, you are prone to being misled.

            As the left’s narrative circles back again and again to the same failed claims, those few who lead the effort with full knowledge of their malicious deceit become increasingly obvious, increasingly self-destroyed. The ill-informed misled are getting better at recognizing their deceit, and going through a process of denial, anger, grief, moving toward acceptance.

            With other social groups I tend to start out with, he’s not the buffoon the media make him out to be. This usually allows some other close observer to volunteer some other positive fact, and destroys the illusion that everyone present accepts the left’s narrative. May dampen their party, but also serves as an invitation to intellectual debate.

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            • Doppler- thanks for your comments. You sound like an extremely patient person. I too have friends and relatives who suffer from severe TDS and I find it just about impossible to overcome the brainwashing they have suffered as a result of their education and/or their reliance on the legacy MSM for their information.

              I have basically given up trying to win hearts and minds. Honestly, it seems to me like a complete waste of time. Instead, I try to work with people who are of like mind, to see what we can accomplish in our little corner of the Belly of the Beast here in suburban NY. There’s a lot of productive work that our little group does on the local level and I’d rather spend my time doing taxpayer and voter advocacy rather than arguing with stupid people. You can’t fix stupid as they say.

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        • Burnt Toast says:

          They just like throwing rotten tomatoes.
          ‘Allegations’ are the excuse.

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        • Sloth1963 says:

          Unfortunately, my recent research says they are buying it. The number of times I’ve heard our President called a Russian puppet, even recently, in spite of evidence to the contrary, is a huge concern.

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        • Zorro says:

          “Does the average leftist really buy this? ”

          Just click on the Natasha Bertrand tweet above and read the responses.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        That’s what Friedman at the NYTimes is up to as posted earlier today here.

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  10. Vito Romano says:

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  11. Vito Romano says:

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  12. Vito Romano says:

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    • Co says:

      I think of President Trump, not getting paid since the beginning by choice, working 7 days a week and the Democrats (all getting paid) sitting at home feeling paranoid that their plan is backfiring bigley. As the House of Representative’s fire up their grill this weekend to have a nice juicy steak, they know gov’t employees aren’t getting paid but in the name of hating President Trump they make their twice baked potatoes and pour a 5th glass of Crown Royal with bags under their eyes.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        If you remember, the president does get paid and then donates his salary back to part of government where he thinks it will help. I think he should donate it to the wall funding.

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    • The shutdown was such a brilliant move in so many ways. It sucks the oxygen out of the news cycle totally. No time for Mueller, dems plotting impeachment, or 2020 election cycle antics. Dems look like traitors by preferring illegals over citizens, which they are. I don’t even want the shutdown to end. I want Trump to ask for $25 billion since the dems didn’t take the $5 billion and just get all the money for the wall, or the shutdown lasts forever.

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  13. Not sure this is the proper place for this and possibly others have already copied the link, I tried but I’m not computer savvy so it didnt work. If you donated to the We Build the Wall thru Go Fund Me, you will receive an email (may be in spam) giving you a choice to opt in to the new account set up by Brian Kolfage and an impressive group of backers, legal, and military leaders. Again forgive me if this has been shared. The information is also available on FB, We Build the Wall. Blessings to all, and to our VSG Donald Trump, may you continue the good fight!

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  14. rondo123456 says:

    “The President whom the Left media had been challenging for three years to “act Presidential” did it during his Oval Office address to the nation on Tuesday night, and the Democrats came back ten minutes later, crying “Wolf!” in an American Gothic that even MSNBC’s Brian Williams had to pan.

    The boy who cried “Wolf!” We all learned it as kids: If you keep wasting the time of grown-ups by falsifying alarms, one of these days when you have a real alarm to sound, the grown-ups will disregard you. That day has come for Democrats. After two years of sounding the alarum that the President is a Fascist, a Dictator, a Tyrant, a Nazi, Dementia-Ridden, a Traitor, F – – –him, the President is a M – th – – – u – c – e – (go ahead and buy the letters from Vanna, from De Niro, or from that newly elected trash mouth out of Detroit) the Left has lost its ability to stir emotion outside its own echo chamber. Have a bad name to call Trump? Ho-hum.”

    https://spectator.org/the-dems-who-cried-wolf/

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      The problem with the idea that the Dems crying wolf will backfire on them like it did on the little boy who cried it too many times is that too many American voters do not pay any attention to the news, especially about politics, until about 60 days before major elections. The result is that they have not heard the Dems constant whining and false claims so they are susceptible to their message when it comes to election time. That’s why we need to be involved getting our communities educated and involved now, not just wait until a few months before the next election.

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      • RedWave 2020 says:

        1000% agree we need to focus on AZ,NV,NH,MI,WI,PA especially with AZ,WI,PA being top focus. Next we can focus on NC and FL.
        AZ and MI is going to be where the dem’s try to steal 2020. All sorts of AVR nonsense passed in MI and Secretary of State in AZ now a dim.
        John James should waste no time in campaigning for senate in MI and actually start working with people like Bill Pulte for inner cities to make Michigan senate seat easier. 2020 is going to be 2018 perfected. DJT is only 1 person we the people must start to stand up to.

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  15. MfM says:

    Yesterday during Trump’s meeting he brought up the 9th District and then the Supreme Court.

    I don’t think this was a random comment, it was a dig at the balance of the SC changing and a subtle dig at the left and their championing RBG.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Yup, when the average person can identify the 9th district then they have entered the public consciousness as TDS-afflicted and non-judicial. The 9th did this to themselves though. Trump is just pointing it out with some gentle prodding.

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  16. blognificentbee says:

    Good Morning Treepers. Here’s a new video from Carpe Donktum. May have to click on the link, it plays even if you don’t have Instagram. A good start to the week-end.

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  17. Vito Romano says:

    “We will be out for a long time unless the Democrats come back from their “vacations” and get back to work.”

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  18. AloftWalt says:

    Get the word out that this is the Congress’ shut down not the president’s. No funding bill CR or otherwise has be passed by the congress and sent to the president to sign. Therefore, the congress is responsible for the PARTIAL government shutdown. It would be different if, in fact, the president was presented with a bill and actually vetoed it.

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Do we really need to bother? Very few people even think about the shutdown. I live in a military area with 5 military installations nearby and lots of government contracting companies, too, and it’s hardly even a topic of discussion in our community. The local news media has tried to make an issue of it and they can’t get much reaction from people because there’s not much concern about it. I think raising the issue just brings it out for people to focus on when leaving it alone just lets the topic die a natural death. Does anyone else agree?

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  19. guru1966 says:

    Not sure if I’ve seen this shared by any Treepers.
    I think that PDJT should emphasize this. Brings it all down to where anyone can understand it.

    https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Foverthelineshow%2Fphotos%2Fa.1878429555747565%2F2242115159379001%2F%3Ftype%3D3&width=500

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  20. agentcommonsense says:

    WSJ concedes that President Trump “probably has the legal power to declare a national emergency, and build the wall with the military, but they go on to say it would set a bad precedent.

    And I say ” Who gives a rats ass about precedent ” As a proud white person who looks back at my contributions to my culture along with my community makes be proud to be an American, this American pride was soon to be just a memory to hold on to knowing the generations coming will have know idea this America even existed which means I never existed. Good God precedent ! I say break all precedents because there are not going to be precedents to set

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    • Michael Todaro says:

      All that is good in this world was created by white people, mostly Christian males….car, train, plane, jet, rocket, radio, TV, computer, AC, USA…everything ! ( Read agentcommonsense comment above)

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Trump should declare the emergency. If the Supreme Court stops it or the Democrats continue to do nothing it will be yet another clear example to the public that they DO NOT matter compared to illegals. The citizen’s welfare, safety, taxes, votes are all to be discounted for illegals that hate you and demand you support them so they can destroy your country and your future.

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      • RedWave 2020 says:

        The only problem is precedent is hard to overturn at supreme court and I have a strong feeling John Roberts is going to be the turncoat that he always is when the Dim’s need him.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I disagree on declaring S o E;
        After hearing kelly ann conways take;
        POTUS COULD declare an S of E, but WHY should he let Congress off the hook?
        BOTH faces of the Uniparty, in Congress and previous admins, MANUFACTURED this crises, over the last 30 years, vowing and promising us they would fix it, while doing NOTHING.
        WHY should PDJT let them off the hook?

        Let them HANG on their hook, twisting in the wind, until the pain becomes so great that they capitulate.

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    • Johnny Dollar says:

      President Trump wants to PERMANENTLY fix the immigration problem. He knows he needs Congress to get that done. The shutdown keeps the pressure on congress to get together with him.

      Declaration of National Emergency is not a permanent solution. And President Trump knows that, if it fails (in courts or Congress), he will have achieved nothing and will be seen as kicking the can down the road – once again. He does not want that.

      He got Kim Jong Un to the table. He can get Congress to the table. At least, I think he can.

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  21. youme says:

    The Big Lie

    “the housing industry would vastly benefit from an influx of immigrants—precisely the thing Trump wants to stop at all costs with a giant border wall.”

    Trump want os top ILLEGAL immigration

    America’s Housing Crisis Could Imperil Trump’s Presidency

    Many of the administration’s most famous policies are impediments to affordable construction.

    JAN 10, 2019, Derek Thompson

    Donald Trump is right that the United States desperately needs more walls. He’s just wrong about their ideal dimension, purpose, and location. The U.S. need not spend tens of billions of dollars on a single barrier extending along the southern border between the United States and Mexico. Rather, what the suddenly wobbly U.S. economy could really use is millions of walls at 90-degree angles. I mean lots and lots of housing. …

    But one nationwide impediment to more housing is a shortage of construction labor; young Americans don’t seem remotely interested in becoming cement masons or carpenters. That means the housing industry would vastly benefit from an influx of immigrants—precisely the thing Trump wants to stop at all costs with a giant border wall.

    “It’s blatantly obvious that we have to find a labor supply to meet demand, or everybody is gonna pay a price,” said Phil Crone, the executive officer of the Dallas Builders Association.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/01/different-kind-american-housing-crisis/579658/

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    • youme says:

      correction:

      Trump want to stop ILLEGAL immigration

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        President Trump – and all still sane Americans – want to stop this Mass INVASION.

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        • Judith says:

          You are correct Americafirst. What is happening at our border only “masquerades” as immigration. It is not. Then there are fake “refugees” who ultimately fail that test well.

          Immigration is strictly a LEGAL process which these border jumpers have bypassed altogether.

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          • piper567 says:

            Anyone have a thought on this new “caravan” forming in Central America…what, if any. impact it will have in the invasion narrative?
            will any of the alphabet stations carry film of the mob (I have no TV, so can’t monitor) ?
            what happened to Jobs, not Mobs, btw?

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            • Judith says:

              What happens is the Enemedia keeps chasing the next shiny thing. We are given to Attention Deficit Disorder.

              But yes, I’m sure that human traffickers will drag more doe-eyed children across the desert, pretending to be humanitarians. Or something.

              It’s like Munchausens Syndrome, creating a crisis so you can pretend you’re a hero. These people are deranged.

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              • piper567 says:

                Judith, deranged, but seemingly more dedicated to their ideology than we have been dedicated to our freedoms.
                The President is indeed waking people up, as well as giving Patriots hope, but we have a ways to go.

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    • Eric says:

      We are missing a generation of tradesmen and construction workers. This started in the late 90s, illegal alien labor undercut the market. The Clinton recession picked off many of the independent contractors who were still around and making a living. It’s not that the current generation doesn’t want to do the work, but they’ve never had the option.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Michael Todaro says:

      Screw the alien invaders and the a—oles who employ them.

      Liked by 5 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Where was the Builders Assoc, Labor Union Fat cats, Construction Union Reps, AFL-CIO since 2000. That right standing in line collecting swamp pay as they all watched our jobs transferred out of the country.

      Now with the, No Union, out cry these leeches are panicking fearing their gravy train benefits will not be able to suck the life blood again out of the forgotten man!

      We all were in that movie. It’s time for union reps to move in with the last Administration as they were a big part of NWO thinking they be taken care of for life. Gitmo?

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      • Dutchman says:

        So, WHO built all the houses, during the great housing booms of the 50’s, 60’s, back when illegals weren’t in construction, and where are those people, or the next generation, now?

        They were people,who didn’t do schoolwork, or booklearning very well, and so did poorly in school. Tnhey weren’t STUPID, just bored learning esoteric facts which had no relevance in their lives.

        Their grades weren’t sufficient for them to get into college, and so they went to work in construction and manufacturing.

        Now, such kids are pushed through the indoctrination system, given pell grants or student loans niethrr they nor their parents understand will make them endentured servants, and then encouraged to get degrees in “studies” classes.

        But, despite social meddleing, their are plenty of high school dropouts, high school only and ex cons to fill in the gap.

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        • litlbit2 says:

          Possibly but there is a shortage of construction craftsmen or construction trades.

          But my point was that the same labor union people stood silent as the American union member and non union workers job vanished. Worked in construction 50 years in heavy construction and as illegal immigration expanded so did the loss of American jobs. Unions did nothing to stop or push back. Do not need’em now

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  22. ALEX says:

    We know the old saying about statistics, but if this can or likely is linked to the policies of our President, it should get some attention.

    Liked by 4 people

  23. CorwinAmber says:

    looks like I’m gonna get snowed in this weekend, sigh…man, I could use a good Trump rally tonight – isn’t anybody running for office someplace? MAGA y’all!

    Liked by 6 people

    • ALEX says:

      I find this documentary worth a look at least once a year. Navarro is obviously brilliant.

      I particularly liked the women executives comment on China entering WTO. We heard the refrain that these trade deals were opening foreign markets and she points out she has never heard a CEO tell anyone what products these poor countries were going to actually buy from an industry town in the Midwest etc…, but plenty sent their manufacturing plants packing from said towns.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Here’s an option.

      I loved watching our President point out all the failures of the Uniparty while they had to sit there in attendance.

      It never gets old. I’ve watched it about 4 times now…

      Liked by 8 people

  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 8 people

    • Co says:

      Pelosi wont listen to the American people she serves? I am starting to think there are more colors of her true self to display. It is appauling.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Judith says:

      Congress critters listen only to their Globalist Master. Nancy is just being true to form, while
      others pay lip service, but none of them have any intention of stopping the illegal invasion. That’s why Congress intentionally threw the House majority to the Democrats, to stop this line of inquiry.

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  25. litenmaus says:

    “Think of an economy where people could be an artist or a photographer or a writer without worrying about keeping their day job in order to have health insurance.” Nancy Pelosi….

    The day is here and there are 800,000 furloughed employees that are complaining….c’mon Nan you were so proud of this talking point, it’s time to resurrect your point again….shove it in the faces of the furloughed employees like you did to Americans who were losing their jobs with no guarantee of back pay.

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    • quintrillion says:

      I remember in ’08 etc. when people were out of work and Piglosi was all for people getting food stamps, unemployment and being “free” to enjoy life.
      I also recall Piglosi pounding the point that the US Corporations needs MORE Consumers; more people to buy the products. That is also what the Corporations want. Corporations want More Consumers for their Chinese made junk. This is another reason for the unending immigrants and invaders. They will buy and consume and the Uniparty is happy to give our money to them to buy from the Uniparties corporate bosses – Wall Street.

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      • litenmaus says:

        “Let me say that unemployment insurance… is one of the biggest stimuluses (sic) to our economy. Economists will tell you, this money is spent quickly. It injects demand into the economy, and it’s job creating. IT CREATES JOBS FASTER THAN ALMOST ANY OTHER INITIATIVE YOU CAN NAME.” Nancy Pelosi 2007

        I guess according to this logic those 800,000 are doing us a favor and helping to create jobs…..

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        • Zorro says:

          Just keep using their own words against them. It’s simple and highly effective.

          Liked by 1 person

        • litlbit2 says:

          Thank you lit, for exposing not only does this President create more jobs than ever while fighting the GOPe/DNC/MSM as they promote all things evil against the Deplorables.

          According to Pelosi with the help of Chuckie he is doing so, even as they shut down the government.

          Another record for 45. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤️🙏🙏

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        • RedWave 2020 says:

          I mean for congress people Unemployment is probably a big stimulus as when they’re out of a job they have tons of free time and tons of money so they can spend as much money as they want. That’s not how it works for most people though.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Was that when she said then you have the free time to be creative and an artist?

          Liked by 1 person

          • litenmaus says:

            Robert the creative and artist argument was put forward by Nan when everyone realized that a lot of jobs were going to go to part time due to Obamacare, the above comment was made by Pelosi during the debate to extend unemployment benefits to 99 weeks.

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  26. Dora says:

    I’m so disappointed.

    ====

    GoFundMe To Build Border Wall Ends With Refunds For Donors
    GoFundMe says that donors who gave to the campaign to fund a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border will begin receiving refunds.
    https://patch.com/us/white-house/gofundme-build-border-wall-ends-refunds-donors?utm_source=alert-breakingnews&utm_medium=email&utm_term=weather&utm_campaign=alert

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  27. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 5 people

  28. Right to reply says:

    Massive Honduran caravan heading to the border, is what will get the wall done now

    Liked by 2 people

  29. DT2020 says:

    I missed this from the other day. It’s great.

    Liked by 6 people

  30. Pokey says:

    PDJT, we wanted you to build the wall because we don’t know of much else that will work even a little. All of the legal loopholes in our immigration laws(mostly manufactured by the courts) are being gamed by the open borders community and we need all of these loopholes closed as much as we need a wall. It is just that only Congress can close the loopholes and we know they will never do any of it until our country is already ruined. So that is why we need you to stand firm on the one thing you can do that will really help. Your voters are counting on you. Hang in there!

    Liked by 6 people

  31. snarkybeach says:

    Fox News was doing a rundown on the Dem candidates for 2020 that have thrown their hats into the ring. They are describing Julian Castro (who is having an announcement rally today) as the only Hispanic in the race. How will they describe Beta? White Hispanic? Trans Hispanic? Faux Hispanic?

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  32. burnett044 says:

    and another one..

    Liked by 2 people

    • quintrillion says:

      They want more consumers…it’s all about the $$$. Going into a WalMart or Sam’s Club is like going into a foreign bazaar and their store are filled with junk made in China. AT&T and Pepsi are globalist open boarders Corporations. None are America First

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  33. SR says:

    Is DAG part of insurance policy? Why Session have no idea what the hell is happening. Some day we will know – what happened?

    Liked by 4 people

  34. New Video! har har har!

    Liked by 1 person

  35. WSB says:

    Joe hoft has new piece on L Jean Camp. It seems she received a rather large grant for cyber security from the Obama Homeland Security Agency.

    “Now an Indiana University Bloomington professor in the School of Informatics and Computing whose research focuses on technology, security and society is helping make such decisions easy for us. L. Jean Camp, whose work has focused on privacy and trust issues in technology, has been awarded over $2.4 million by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Security Division, to give people the information they need to stop a range of attacks.

    In March of 2017, FBI Head Comey confirmed there was no connection between Trump and Alfa Bank. Now it appears that the same far left Hillary-lover created the entire mess and that the FBI and Christopher Steele used this faulty information to attack candidate and then President Trump. Oh, and the nutty professor specialized in trust issues in technology!”

    Now, is there ANYONE who can follow the money here and adjudicate this?

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/01/hillary-supporting-professor-who-drove-trump-russia-bank-hoax-to-spy-on-trump-campaign-received-multi-million-dollar-grant-by-obama/

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    • Greg says:

      Excellent Find!

      ALSO:

      PDJT 5-TWEET THIS MORNING; JUST WATCH are the key words in PDJT tweet, our signal…
      Donald J. Trump…..who is being totally protected by his best friend, Bob Mueller, & the 13 Angry Democrats – leaking machines who have NO interest in going after the Real Collusion (and much more) by Crooked Hillary Clinton, her Campaign, and the Democratic National Committee. Just Watch!

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      • WSB says:

        Interesting timing.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Greg says:

          YEP! PDJT is way ahead of us and is playing many dimensional chess…its interesting/fun to keep up with PDJT. Citizens can all rest easy because PDJT will go nuclear with the criminal code when PDJT is ready. IMO; implement justice/indictments will guarantee the stopping of illegal aliens and saving the Constitution etc. Enjoy the Moment!

          Liked by 2 people

          • WSB says:

            BTW Wouldn’t this be a RICO case if it were proven that this professor was planting or faking false evidence?

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            • Greg says:

              LONG ANSWER-IMO- there are many parts of this massive conspiracy that fall under RICO acts in each level of the alleged massive conspiracy.

              All the acts in faking and planting false evidence (many criminal actors) to frame a President Elect and the President of the United States allegedly linked (directly/indirectly) to Hillary (Clinton Foundation etc.) the center of the alleged largest criminal enterprise in U.S. history has allegedly multiple criminal code violations.

              There are so many layers in this conspiracy and how will each layer of this conspiracy be prosecuted in a court of law; separately or combined. Someone is naming each criminal code violations and there must be a plan in how this will be prosecuted.

              Do you Prosecute the Insurance Policy first or at the same time (fisa…Comey, Page, etc.) as Hillary Emails and the Clinton Foundation the alleged motivator of the insurance policy and of Comey allegedly not doing his sworn duty of prosecuting Hillary Emails and the Clinton Foundation?

              IMO; two separate cases; the center being the Emails, Clinton Foundation and Comey not doing his sworn duty, the alleged motivator of the Insurance Policy being the dossier, fisa, Strzok, Page etc.

              IMO; The Prosecution will directly state in a court of law; the alleged Motivation of Comey, Fisa, Strzok, Page etc. was Hillary Clinton being President and accepting the alleged corruption of Hillary Emails and the Clinton Foundation for more power/money and accepting the destruction of the Constitution, the will of the people for a New World Order of Globalism for their own self greed.

              Only Prosecutors can match the criminal codes to each criminal act. Many perjury charges and plea deals.

              Interesting point in history…

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              • WSB says:

                The Clinton Foundation 501C3 is so simple as a start.

                Lerner never demanded that the Clintons augment that classification for anything other than a library in Arkansas with only funds donated within the state.

                And that scam is now worldwide in probably 50 countries or more.

                President Trump also has standing because he donated $100K to the AIDS program.

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                • Greg says:

                  Exactly; 50 countries or more will create many additional witnesses…
                  Sorry for the long prior explanation…

                  Off Topic…
                  JUST FINISHED WATCHING PDJT INTERVIEW BY JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO;
                  PDJT HINTS on corruption and stated the Following; (Not exact words)
                  1. Wail till you see how it all ends up You Watch!
                  2. McCabe, remnants of Comey, Lisa Paige, Strzok; see how this all ends up, including some others; you watch!
                  3. Can’t tell who the others are now, since it will be front page news.
                  4. At the right time Fisa and others documents will be released etc…
                  5. We are exposing people who are corrupt.
                  6. PDJT stated repeatedly there is a lot of corruption. (PDJT has a Sworn duty)
                  7. PDJT stated one of “his greatest achievements” will be exposing the corruption.
                  8. PDJT stated people are going to be exposed that no one ever thought possible.
                  WSB, Enjoy the Night!

                  Liked by 1 person

                • WSB says:

                  Ha! Watched as well!

                  PT gave us a tell on his approach…exposure.

                  Ding!

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    • Doppler says:

      Yes, excellent find, WSB!

      Another example of “Ethics” used to disguise corruption.

      Another example of Obama Administration use of public resources for political purposes.

      Another example of academia harboring corrupt and deceitful political activists.

      Another indicator that this was a broad-based effort coordinated across many branches of the Obama Administration, the media, the Democratic Party, foreign governments, “to slaughter Donald for his bromance with Putin,” as their main campaign strategy.

      Now who would be the puppet meister pulling all those strings?

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  36. Mr Spock says:

    Hopefully TSA fires all these punks calling in sick like Reagan did the air traffic controllers
    https://www.foxnews.com/travel/miami-airport-closes-terminal-government-bites

    Liked by 2 people

    • quintrillion says:

      I, for one am totally against TSA period.
      We get basically strip searched to board a plane
      while invaders stream across open boarders.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Sherry White says:

      The airports of this nation can make a contract with temporary private security, if needed. This is what DFW Airport used to have before the TSA. I used to volunteer at our airport, and one of the police officers there said he wished that they still had privately contracted security staff at the checkpoints. In fact, we had an individual get by EVERYBODY at the checkpoints and dash on illegally to board a flight, which he said never would have happened in the pre-TSA days.

      Liked by 1 person

    • dutzie60 says:

      Marching orders from the Puerto Rico dem hideout.

      Liked by 1 person

    • booger71 says:

      The Air Traffic Controllers tried to strike which is not allowed per union contract…these guys are just banging in sick. Lots of doctors will gladly write them sick slips

      Liked by 1 person

  37. jeans2nd says:

    G’afternoon, fellow Incorrigible Deplorables. Hope your day is going Great.

    Tom Donahue, Chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, had a Q & A with Bloomberg yesterday.
    The beginning is Donahue weighing in on the current Wall impasse and is ordering his lackeys in Congress to Get It Done.

    Donahue then gives his worthless (to us) opinion on the China trade talks.
    Donahue praised the Trump economy, interlaced with known lies and meaningless (to us) drivel.

    Donahue says tariffs hurt us, but do not hurt the tariffed country. Then why is China and Germany going into recession? Bloomberg never asks.

    —>>>The important part is at 06:53 –
    06:53 “With such a divided Congress though, will the USMCA pass Congress?”
    —>>>”YES”

    There you have it, folks. The Master Has Spoken. The Swamp will Obey. USMCA is as good as done.

    Donahue continued “You wanna know why? It’s 14 million American jobs, uh, if you look at the states that are most affected, uh, by that, ah, agreement, or the old NAFTA agreement, the majority of them are Democratic states. And the bottom line is, (emphatic) this thing is gonna get done.”

    Poor CONservatives. No major donations for you this year, COC is going full Democrat.

    The remainder of the discussion is Donahue describing how the COC controls the Fed (yes, Donahue controls that as well), and telling folks to de-couple (our word) the economy from Wall St.
    lolol

    Does Donahue read here?
    Who cares. We Win.

    Here is the vid (09:19) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9_uTpfrLww
    Note to Donahue – find a new dentist. Those dentures are positively AWFUL.

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  38. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  39. VegasGuy says:

    I continually hear the Dem meme of…”End the shutdown & we will begin talks regarding the funding for Boarder Security….”

    I guess they really don’t listen to themselves while talking. They could certainly have been TALKING for the last 3 weeks to try to resolve the issue. Instead they demand an end to the shutdown first …THEN they will talk….

    So essentially, they really don’t care about those workers in the least & are perfectly willing to let them suffer as long as possible just to insure Trump will not get a “Win” out of this. Pathetic thinking & they actually think the American public is being won over to their platform.

    The American public is not stupid & is starting to realize that the Dem position is nothing but rhetoric & is gaining speed in NOT swaying the public. Their message of….”Mr. President…. let’s not keep the shutdown continue to hurt the Country …. Just end it & we will happily sit down & talk to you….”

    I am sooooo disappointed in all the pundits that keep bringing on Dem Reps & listen to their talking points & NEVER ask the question…..”Why don’t you & won’t you talk NOW while this is ongoing? Why must the shutdown end BEFORE you are willing to help those you so claim are being injured? Could you please respond to that….?”

    This is why SD pointed out in another thread that Pres. Trump will win this battle. The Dems will eventually shoot themselves in the foot because their position is getting too transparent & someone will eventually ask the pointed question I laid out above, maybe even POTUS in a face to face with Nancy & Chuck…NOW that would be epic.

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  40. Texian says:

    President Trump is waiting.. And waiting.. Waiting for the democrats..

    The democrats are entrenched, because they know “The Wall” will be the end of the democrat party..

    They have nothing to lose at this point.. And when they do lose it all.. It’s gonna be ugly..

    Kinda like that movie with those two criminals on a crime spree who had also dug themselves their own hole..

    “Chuck and Nancy.”..

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  41. patrickhenrycensored says:

    A question I never hear asked
    Why would Putin, or any other adversary; participate in an effort (such as getting Trump elected) to make America Great Again?

    Liked by 4 people

  42. Dora says:

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  43. JX says:

    Demand Justice, an organization founded by former members of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and financed by George Soros, is raising money for an eventual court fight against what the group describes as President Trump’s proposed “racist, unnecessary wall.” Demand Justice claims: “This lawless president has created a humanitarian crisis along the southern border of our country” – https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/11/soros-tied-hillary-alumni-group-raising-funds-to-challenge-trumps-racist-wall-in-courts/

    Everyone knows that Trump is lawlessly compelling foreigners to illegally enter the US and that this is a humanitarian crisis. /s These people are retarded.

    Liked by 5 people

    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      The wall is inclusionary.
      It will keep out illegal aliens of all races.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dutchman says:

      One thing I’m curious about; IF POTUS declares a State of Emergency, in order to have the military build the wall, we all agree their will be lawsuits, but WHO will sue?

      Oh, I know all sorts of leftist organisations will WANT to sue, to get a TRO…..BUT; they have to show SOMEONE is actually HARMED by the action, in order to get an injunction to STOP the action.

      For instance, with the so called ‘muslim ban’, there WERE people, from those 6 muslim majority countries who were ‘in the pipeline’to migrate here.

      WHO, exactly is being HARMED by building a wall on our southern border, other than illegals trying to enter illegally, drug smugglers and human traffickers.

      WHO has legal STANDING to sue, to stop the wall being built?

      Liked by 2 people

    • piper567 says:

      I for one would like the not small issue of communicable diseases being re-introduced into our Country where they have basically been eradicated…would like some mention of this little issue to be added to the narrative.
      seems to me to be curiously evaded.

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  44. Dora says:

    Levin has come a long way.

    Liked by 6 people

  45. AmericaFirst says:

    Dealing with the shutdown: Here’s an article from Politico which describes the fact that the Feb SNAP benefits are going out early through some administrative device, but what I found interesting was that it apparently “serves about half of all babies born in the United States.” The National School Lunch Program serves 30 million; no mention how many of these category are illegal aliens or illegal aliens cum anchor babies, i.e., the very reason for the Wall being necessary.

    And the last paragraph? “All AMERICANS should have access to food …” [Emphasis added].

    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/01/11/shutdown-food-stamp-scramble-benifits-1081210
    Excerpt:

    Funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children, which provides staple foods, infant formula and breastfeeding support to millions of low-income pregnant mothers and their young children, also has sufficient funding for February, administration officials said this week. The program serves about half of all babies born in the United States.

    By DANIEL STRAUSS

    School nutrition initiatives, such as the National School Lunch Program, which serves about 30 million children each day, has enough funding to last through the end of March.

    SNAP is in a unique budgetary category. It’s a mandatory entitlement, which means anyone who meets the program’s income and other eligibility requirements is entitled to benefits, but the program does not have automatic funding and must rely on appropriations from Congress. Usually, Congress waives through the funding needed to keep SNAP benefits flowing — but not this time.

    Program benefits were funded as normal for January. The early issuance for February was a creative method the administration devised to keep SNAP running without dipping into a reserve fund of at least $3 billion. USDA is able to make the payments for February based on an obscure provision in the short-term continuing resolution that kept several federal agencies funded through Dec. 21.

    The change-up in timing for February benefits presents a major communication test for USDA and state officials — and places them on a tight deadline to implement the backup plan. USDA held a call with state leaders on Friday to try to hash out logistics. States were told they need to move quickly to work with their vendors to schedule payments next week.

    SNAP is administered under a different program name in some states. In California, for example, it is called CalFresh. In Wisconsin, it goes by the name FoodShare. In Texas, benefits are loaded onto “Lone Star” cards.

    The Trump administration has not specified how it plans to deal with benefits if the shutdown continues and Congress does not provide money needed for SNAP benefits in March. USDA officials have said that if the shutdown continues, they’ll look for other ways to keep federal nutrition programs running to the greatest extent possible.

    “Americans should have access to food, and we will use all available legal options to make that happen,” Brandon Lipps, administrator of USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service and the department’s acting deputy undersecretary of food, nutrition and consumer services, said this week.

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  46. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  47. wyntre says:

    Great Resource!

    All of President Trump’s tweets thus far today.

    Enlarge or zoom in to see more clearly.

    Liked by 4 people

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