January 23rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #734

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1,192 Responses to January 23rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #734

  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🦅 * * * 6 * * * more days until President Trump’s State of the Union speech
    Pray for President Trump as he prepares for his SOTU speech….Jan 29th (?)

    MAGA—KAG
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA Team, and all his supporters.
    Lord, keep them all safe in all they do and go daily. In Jesus’ Name we pray….
    ———
    🌟 ”The LORD gives strength to his people; the LORD blesses his people with peace.”
    —- Psalm 29:11 🌟
    —-—–-
    Praise: Sec Pompeo’s bold words to attendees at Davos via satellite
    ———
    🙏 Pray:
    — for President Trump and MAGA Team–24/7 protection
    — for a successful Government shutdown
    — non-essential gov’t workers to get jobs elsewhere
    — 100% of our America WALL funding
    — for ongoing building of our Beautiful American WALL
    — for Jan 2019 invaders to become disorganized
    — for Guardian Angels protecting all our borders–air, land and sea
    — for our Military, Border Patrol, Nat’l Guards at the border
    — for our ICE, LEOs, USSS–loyalty to POTUS and USA
    — for truth to come out about Justice Ginsberg sooner
    — for safe withdrawal of our troop from Syria
    — for European Patriots and around the world–Stand for nationalism
    — for Covington Kids vs Saul Alinsky disciples
    — for Fake Media to be exposed as agents of Evil (Domestic Terrorists?)
    — for persecuted Christians here and around the world
    — Victory over Evil
    —————————————————–
    🦅 “No longer are we going to allow other countries to break the rules, steal our jobs and drain our wealth.”
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸

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  2. citizen817 says:

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    • smurfette says:

      I saw a clip of the young man facing the elder Indian and his eyes express a kindness toward his antagonizer. He is not smirking at all! I was astonished how the media twisted the whole thing around.

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        I agree.
        Since the Opposition doesn’t know God’s Love, they don’t know what Love look like or feel like.
        It is sad that all they know is Evil.

        I still find it despicable that they’d prey on innocent kids. These MAGA kids are the real adults in the “room”.

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      • It’s called “projection.” They project what they would feel in that situation onto someone else.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        I agree. Not a smirk.

        He was smiling nearly the whole time, confused at some points as #JerkWithDrum continued banging away in his face.

        At first he seemed genuinely happy to be included by #Jerk, and respectful of #Jerk. After a while tho, he understood #Jerk was not there to include him, but to intimidate him.

        He never smirked. But the EVIL MSM could not say “Assault Smile”, cuz that’s just a bridge too far, even for their most brainwashed Tools. So they had to lie and say “Assault Smirk”.

        “Smirk” has at least a little bit of disrespectful intention behind it. And, you know, there’s nothing worse than disrespecting an Honorable Native Elder. LOL.

        Gawd, these people are trash.

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        • Gina says:

          Pinewood Reservatin, I believe, had negative words to say about that guy. They said he is an extreme activist and he is NOT one of them and a troublemaker. So yes, just another fake war vet liberal activist. Shameful. I am Alaskan Native, he doesn’t represent me. He brings a very bad light to us in fact. And that’s a shame, could have been a beautiful moment but because of liberalism, wasn’t.

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          • TatonkaWoman says:

            Pine Ridge Reservation

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          • smurfette says:

            Much love. I’m sorry about the unnecessary division

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          • Perot Conservative says:

            I believe the same day he and a whole Indian group tried to disrupt a mass at a Basilica church in DC!

            The church locked them out, thank goodness.

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            • Serena says:

              https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/nathan-phillips-rally-attempted-to-disrupt-mass-at-dcs-national-shrine-91038 By Ed Condon
              Washington D.C., Jan 22, 2019 / 03:58 pm (CNA).- While chanting and playing ceremonial drums, a group of Native American rights activists reportedly led by Nathan Phillips attempted Jan. 19 to enter Washington, D.C.’s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception during a Saturday evening Mass.

              The group of 20 demonstrators was stopped by shrine security as it tried to enter the church during its 5:15 pm Vigil Mass, according to a shrine security guard on duty during the Mass.

              “It was really upsetting,” the guard told CNA.

              “There were about twenty people trying to get in, we had to lock the doors and everything.”

              The guard said the incident was a disappointment during a busy and joyful weekend for the shrine.

              “We had hundreds and hundreds of people from all over the country come here to celebrate life, to celebrate each other together. That a protest tried to come inside during Mass was really the worst.”

              The guard told CNA the situation was “tense.”

              “I’m just really grateful that nothing too bad happened, they were really angry.”

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        • Bullseye says:

          Just what kinda face are you suppose to make when some older indian is approaching you and pounding a drum inches from your face ? Mr drummer got off easy by my book

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          • Louis Tidydich says:

            I live in Europe and have showed the video to a lot of my local acquaintances and coworkers. So far almost all of them have agreed that the boy showed great restraint and that they would have punched the Indian guy in the face.

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        • Thomas Falbo says:

          Spot on sunnydaze!!

          He smiled.

          Had he stood there and was stonefaced or just walked away, they would have tagged him as uncaring.

          If he started dancing in harmony with him, they would have tagged him for mocking.

          It was a set up….that failed exposing the pathetic left again.

          The kid did what i would have done, smiled.

          Not knowing who this guy was, he saw a native American coming at him playing a drum. I woyld have smiled RESPECTING that he was trying to share his music and expression with me.

          He smiled.

          I pray he and his peers burn the media down in lawsuits.

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        • Thomas Falbo says:

          Spot on sunnydaze!!

          He smiled.

          Had he stood there and was stonefaced or just walked away, they would have tagged him as uncaring.

          If he started dancing in harmony with him, they would have tagged him for mocking.

          It was a set up….that failed exposing the pathetic left again.

          The kid did what i would have done, smiled.

          Not knowing who this guy was, he saw a native American coming at him playing a drum. I woyld have smiled RESPECTING that he was trying to share his music and expression with me.

          He smiled.

          I pray he and his peers burn the media down in lawsuits.

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        • TheLastDemocrat says:

          Micro-aggression? Smile at your opponent?

          Maybe he should have had the classic glycerin tear and stony, mournful expression.

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          • bakocarl says:

            How about Macro aggression. Deliberate invasion of the snowflakes’ beloved “personal space” by Big Chief Beatum Tom-Tom in an overt attempt to elicit an adverse reaction that would be filmed and publicized to denigrate Catholics and maga patriots in a never-ending barrage of Lame Stream Media investigative reports.

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      • Serena says:

        The evil left are now face judging. It’s ridiculous that now we have to be careful how we smile lest we be judged racists. What about Obama’s very real smirks and nose stuck up in the air most of the time? And the middle finger salutes he displayed while rubbing his face and scratching his nose? Oh yeah he’s a leftist and they can do what they want.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        I couldn’t care less if he smirked. He has a perfect godda*n right to smirk if he wants to. This is how they keep
        browbeating us and corraling our human capacities for freedom and expression. And putting us on defensive. Pretty soon we have to conform to some superhuman standard, which of course we cannot (while they shriek invectives). I would have smirked at this haggard old hippie in my face. I would have smirked my ass off and been happy about it.

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    • TexanInFL says:

      I don’t know if I am posting this correctly. Video of Don Shipley proving that the Indian be a liar…

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  5. Grandma Covfefe says:

    I had to post this…..

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    • solomonpal says:

      He’s a handsome guy. Why do they demean his looks? Demon possessed I suppose.

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      • BetsyRossRocked says:

        Have you ever looked at liberals , some of the homeliest people on earth.
        When confronted by beauty inside or out , they go nuts !

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      • facebkwallflower says:

        Because since he announced running, he has been given an orange hue by the media. I wish any pic here would be color-adjusted to his actual coloring. After the first manipulation the progs started their “Orange Man”, thinking they are so clever. After the FOX news affiliate in Oregon got caught manipulating presidential address, some pics are now coming out not orange, as if trying to distance themselves from this.

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • Sentient says:

      They better be united against this impeachment bvllshit.

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      “ If we create a Wall or Barrier which prevents Criminals and Drugs from flowing into our Country, Crime will go down by record numbers!”

      That’s exactly why Democrats do not want genuine effective border security! Can you imagine what would happen to all their Democrat run big cities? It would be a fiasco for them. LA, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Baltimore, you name it.

      Narconomics is worth many billions per year. Some say 100’s of billions per year.
      In turn, illegal drugs are pervasive throuout the USA as many in small towns will attest also. The criminality and death it causes is certainly a national security issue.
      “Border security is national security”…POTUS

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  11. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    As the Democrats suddenly became pro-war and pro-stay-in-Syria once POTUS wanted to withdraw the troops. now Dems are becoming “economy bad” gloomers despite the evidence:

    https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2019/01/22/democrats-sour-on-economy-as-shutdown-takes-hold/

    December was a very tough month for both the markets and the media propaganda about the ‘at risk’ economy, so hopefully this data will come around. But it might not, and if it does not (provided the economy stays strong), this could be another instance of the Dems trying to will themselves into a bad outcome so that they can defeat their cognitive dissonance to vote against Trump in 2020 (despite a good economy).

    Just something to keep tabs on moving forward. The TDS issues are so strong in the nation, and so stoked by the media, that “up is down” seems believable to Trump haters. No matter how irrational such a position might be, in reality.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Just to summarize the article and the poll it reports on, Dems’ feeling on the economy has tanked since November. And this tanking is affecting the total national sentiment on the economy, as the Dems weigh down the overall results.

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  12. citizen817 says:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Here is a video from the 2nd World Series against the 90s Braves.

      Ryan Klesko breaks three bats against Mariano Rivera in one at bat. Even though the Braves are about to be swept in 4 by the Yankees, future Hall of Famer Chipper Jones can’t help but laugh (ninth inning of the 4-0 series sweep) at his teammate and give props to Mariano’s domination.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      ….And simply the greatest closer of all time, with a record 652 saves and five World Series championships. He may be the greatest player to wear a Yankee uniform since Babe Ruth.


      #42 Enter Sandman a Tribute to Mariano Rivera & the Yankees

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      • piper567 says:

        Thanks, Marygrace…I have always been fascinated by the mechanics of Pitching.
        As a youngster, I was able to watch Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, and was kinda hooked.
        Rivera was just such a joy to watch and follow…and although many think, well, pitching is really of no consequence, I enjoy watching men functioning at their peak…it’s a beautiful thing.

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  14. WES says:

    Big Picture: It is all about Wall Street against Main Street! Everything is stacked against the little guy/gal on main street! Only President Trump stands in the way!

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  15. citizen817 says:

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  16. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Artist says:

      “morally accurate”, no she’s not.
      Ringworm and hookworm do not give 2 fks ( what Occasional Cortex said she doesn’t give ) about billionaires, millionaires, thousandaires or the stoney broke.

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      • carole says:

        A lot of diseases have made a ‘resurgence’ lately all over the country, thanks to unvetted, unvaccinated, illegal immigrants.

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        • That conclusion is not supported by my experience. I worked clinics and hospitals full-time over the past decade, half in Los Angeles. There has been a significant rise in disbelief in. and groundless fear about, vaccines. I had to deal with constant, uneducated, persistent ignorance from American patients about this every single work day. They don’t understand how vaccines work, and made constant assumptions based on web sites and religious dogma. Some days I felt like I was trying to inform people from the Middle Ages.

          There’s been a huge increase in unvaccinated domestic populations. As a result, the diseases have come back. It’s really that simple.

          Ask me what it’s like to have to send a dying infant to the ICU because they have completely preventable meningitis, because the parents believed the Internet over their own doctor. Or to attend the funeral of a child dead from measles – effing totally avoidable measles. Neither of those cases were infected by immigrants. They got the bugs from members of their own families and at (religiously-exempted) school.

          I do agree that immigrant populations are also under-protected, but that’s because vaccination is less available in poor countries. You can get the shots here. Too many people just don’t. OUR increase in communicable disease is mostly self-inflicted. It’s been increasing since the 1990s.

          We’re as sick as our own stupidity. I apologize for the emotion, but this is a subject dear to me. You can’t save everyone, but I am haunted by the images of past patients who died needlessly.

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          • PatriotKate says:

            The medical profession also used to tell us that smoking was good for people.

            The measles vaccine kills more people than the actual disease. I know highly intelligent and informed people who know that the vaccines are improperly designed, don’t vaccinate and have much healthier children.
            https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-21-measles-vaccine-linked-to-127-deaths-in-last-15-years.html

            https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-22-bill-gates-and-the-worlds-elite-do-not-vaccinate-their-own-children.html

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            • The medical community did not tell people smoking was good for anyone. The tobacco companies hired actors to PLAY doctors on TV commercials, until it became illegal to advertise cigarettes there.

              Vaccines have indeed injured a tiny percentage of patients, but to say the vaccines have killed more than the disease has is a flat-out lie. And that you “know people” isn’t an argument that carries any weight. At least you have illustrated exactly the kind of misinformation I used to have to deal with. For that, I thank you.

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          • TheLastDemocrat says:

            Vaccines work.
            The problem is that the Medical Establishment, whatever that is, has been tone-deaf or dismissive of the role they have played in many an avoidable tragedy, and so have LOST credibility.

            After maybe a decade, ESSURE was finally pulled off the market. The maker and the medical establishment worked together to make a lot of money. Medical establishment ignored the signal among the noise of women’s complaints. Two things were happening: one, some coils were migrating out of place and causing diffuse gut pain or infections, and two, women were experiencing nickel allergies inside their body, with diffuse vague gut pain. On top of that, women were not informed, from the start of the process, about how the process would proceed. Before being pulled last year, there was one decision that docs had to go through an informed decision-making process, with checklist, before installing this device. That failed to address the poor care being delivered by docs, so a more complete patient decision-making protocol was mandated.

            The medical establishment and the drug companies winked at each other and made “pain the fifth vital sign” beginning in the 1990s. THis was the cover for boosting opioid prescriptions wildly. Nearly EVERY SINGLE ONE OF US had that pill bottle of the 25 remaining Rx of 30 we did not need. For some of us, we let friends and family use them recreationally, or sell them. This ALL could have been detected by sales / Rx patterns, long ago.

            Story after story.

            The Guardasil company set out to make Gardasil the first mandated vaccine where the problem was not generally communicated, but was communicated by sexual type contact. It is now well-known that they had an lobbying strategy state by state to get each state to require this, for school girls. In Texas, they got Rick Perry on board (Bus, a drug company guy, had already messed with “Texas Algorithm”) but it blew up in his face: the people – his voting bloc of suburban conservative families – would not stand for it. Part of the problem was Perry attempted to instill this requirement by fiat. It was all a money making ploy.

            And on and on. Vaccines work. But I clearly see the foundation of ill repute for the drug companies, and the docs that play along until evidence becomes overwhelming to the public, and then public reaction is THE cause for change. NOT medical or epidemiology knowledge.

            I respect docs. I have depended on them, as has my family, etc. etc. But this field is far from perfect. This could be solved quite easily. If docs DID listen, and learn, from anyone other than the Drug Companies.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            https://cogforlife.org/wp-content/uploads/vaccineListOrigFormat.pdf

            The MMR along with a host of other “vaccines” is made from stocks cultured on aborted fetal cell lines. This is incontrovertible. Generally, non-human aborted baby cell-line vaccines are not available to be imported for use in the USA for any “childhood illness.”

            TPTB want you and your kids to be cannibals, evidently, ingesting the parts of murdered humans to “live.”

            Yeah, I happen to get pretty worked up over this issue myself. See, the aborted “fetal cell lines” died, too, Mikey. I care about them as much as the kids who supposedly “die from not being vaccinated.”

            When ethical alternatives exist, explain to me exactly WHY we as Americans are FORCED to use the UNethical alternatives?

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            • I’m retired, so I’m not gonna fight this one to the bitter end any more. But you are deeply misinformed on the facts. The measles and mumps parts of the MMR vaccine are cultured entirely on CHICKEN EMBRYO tissue, not human. Though the Rubella aspect does contain the WI-38 fetal lung fibroblast material as a partial component, that strain of fetal tissue was harvested in 1961. No babies killed since. Those original cells get duplicated in a bovine growth medium.

              You’re arguing that it’s unethical to kill chickens and cows in order to save humans. Ohhhkay…

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          • Trump's Hammer says:

            Sure, Measles came back on it’s own!!

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        • Rynn69 says:

          Exactly Carole! The diseases that are cropping up are common in THIRD WORLD developing countries. Illegal immigration/”refugees” and uncontrolled H1B visa programs are to blame. A big, big problem in our society (as well as the drug epidemic) is the ignorance of proper infection control. Handwashing. Remember Smoky the Bear on forest fires? When is the last time anyone has seen a PSA on anything? Yes, there are some rises in communicable diseases such as measles d/t the ignorance of people regarding vaccinations…but the majority is d/t the aforementioned issues. Not to mention the frequent contamination of food products noted of late.

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      • Bubby says:

        His moral compass has been off since the night obama was elected and he was absolutely giddy, over the moon about it. So I ignore his moral preening and guidance.

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    • Payday says:

      Hilarious!

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  17. Troublemaker10 says:

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      • Sentient says:

        This guy Crenshaw is suspect. Neocon tendencies. Sounds like he’s prepping us to invade Venezuela. They chose the chaos they have. Let them find their own way out of it.

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        • Ray Runge says:

          Your spider senses are strong tonight. “Recognizing” an opposition group as a legitimate and prevailing government, IMO, is not consistent with military intervention.

          AND, the Maduro government is the most inept bunch that continue to trash the Venezuelan attempts to attain the daily bread since Castro in Cuba.

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  18. Peoria Jones says:

    Funny stuff – ridicule is an awesome weapon. Dan Bongino goes after AOC. Who knew that people in Alabama with ringworm were the reason to defeat capitalism?

    Go to 52:30 for continuous hilarity…

    https://bongino.com/ep-899-they-cant-dig-their-way-out-of-this/

    * Hat tip to G. Combs

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  19. Occasional Cortex did an interview on Monday and informs the world that it is going to end in 12 years and this is ‘like our WWII’….BUT….we already lived through WW II, (didn’t we??).

    I know she’s a genius but the question is: How Stable is this genius Occasional Cortex?

    Yeup! We are witnessing the future of our Democrat Party and our World….that will be ended in 12 years…or….maybe sooner…..

    With Occasional Cortex seems like it is just all about “word slips”. A word slips here, a word slips there; what difference does it make in 12 years?

    Always remember Boston University and bartenders in the Bronx!

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      About that 12 years thing..
      Hubbie loves reading up on science and Climate Change and has told people for years that we are going into a phase of lower solar activity which is typical and it is not unusual climate change that the liberals bark on.

      Then I saw this today…..there is our clue. This would be the reason why the Opposition has been pushing for climate change, and they are now panicking…..that they will lose money if they lose their fake climate change narrative.

      Moron-Cortez gave it away by saying 12 years…..12 plus 2018 is 2030.
      Well..well…well…. what do you know! The Opposition is going to lose their windfall as their time is running out if they can’t get us onboard with their fake climate change agenda within 12 year.

      Thank you, Moron-Cortez for your gifted chatterbox. You inadvertently let the cat out of the bag.

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    • Guyski says:

      Hope people realize the usefulness of Cortex. Hope she continues to receive the media attention she deserves. Hope her exaggerated sense of importance is nutured. She can be a great gift to the conservatives and the right.

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  20. woodstuff says:

    Our thoughts are intense, and occasionally it is good to enjoy some levity. It’s nice to revisit Joe Dan. Hope more would pitch a dollar in his hat.

    https://intellectualfroglegs.com/

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  21. joeknuckles says:

    Do you know who would be the biggest beneficiary if the Democrats are ever able to implement their dream of a “green new deal”?

    Yep, Russia would love it.

    It’s time to start investigating and spying on every politician that advocates for a “green new deal”, which is against the interests of the US and in the interest of Russia, Russia, Russia.

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  22. smurfette says:

    Is it worth writing to each Senate to vote against this NATO bill? $21 trillion was lost to Pentagon already. NATO was behind Obama’s disastrous Arab Spring and resultant Benghazi. NATO forces depend up to 75% of their funding on the USA. This is not acceptable! NATO then turns around and harms Americans.

    The Gladio Project created what can only be termed covert Nazi leave-behind shadow government shadow orces throughout the major Western countries. NATO is very dangerous and is part of the enemy as dangerous as China and Russia itself. It’s Eaurope’s way of forming a super-power the way the EU was intended to counter the power of the USA.

    Funding NATO is suicide.

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  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      wow. People need to spread this news.

      House Dems prevented people from getting their paychecks!

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    • RedWave 2020 says:

      Hopefully, President Trump retweets this and purposefully makes a spelling error. Then idiot MSM talking heads will cover the story thinking they’re the bright ones without realizing they got played. Morons literally fall for it every single time.

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    • TatonkaWoman says:

      Wow! This is just a wow. Had not heard anything about this. We all need to contact our local news media and ask why they haven’t covered this. Our local media is making a really big deal out of area govt workers not being paid.

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  24. citizen817 says:

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    • JohnCarlson says:

      Most of that staggering $5.9 trillion has been flushed down the tubes, largely spent by the Pentagon Lunatic Asylum’s Bourbon General’s on their delusional Great Islamic Society Nation Building. Figuring $20 billion to build 1,000 miles of wall, $5.9 trillion would build almost 300,000 miles of wall, which is more than the 250,000 miles it is from the earth to the moon.

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    • WSB says:

      There must be another way to end this.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Did the President say he intended to withdraw from NATO?

      The President negotiates treaties.

      The Senate approves or doesn’t approve treaties, can either house in Congress dictate what foreign treaties the Executive may, or may not, enter?

      If actually constitutional, it sounds more like it’s the first step in the Uni-Party’s plan to force the USA to remain in NAFTA;

      i,.e. if their agenda, which seems to be nothing but to find ways to embarrass the President, is actually their intention to not approve the USMCA,

      is this new law the floorplan, the precedent, they hope to create to force the US to remain in the old NAFTA deal and not simply let that deal die?

      Sounds like their strategy is starting to surface.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      Does anyone stop to think about the man hours Americans have to WORK to generate 5.9 Trillion dollars in Taxes ? Mind Boggling.

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  25. smurfette says:

    It’s my theory that bad apples in NATO countries who share technology such as Five Eyes are either using or leaked dangerous weaponry above and beyond guns. I wonder what else the CIA was running.

    Below is a recent update on the Cuban US embassy strike that finally got approved for release by the DOD. The final verdict is that it was likely due to microwave weaponry that has been in use for decades and the Cuban embassy was only the most overt known.

    UM Doctors Release Findings On ‘Sonic Attacks’ On US Diplomats Living In Cuba

    https://miami.cbslocal.com/2018/12/12/um-doctors-release-findings-on-sonic-attacks-on-us-diplomats-living-in-cuba/

    Go to the video on the link where Dr. Hoffer is interviewed along with other medical specialists on the panel. They state categorically based on tests done on the patients that it was NOT mass hysteria as reported by the mainstream.

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    • smurfette says:

      Clearly, the deep state is worried about President Trump and both the attacks on the China US consulate too was also a threat. Hillary tweeted a veiled threat showing Lincoln on $ bill.

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    • Tiffthis says:

      Wow! That is scary. Thank you for sharing the link, smurfette

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    • lemmus1 says:

      “The final verdict is that it was likely due to microwave weaponry that has been in use for decades and the Cuban embassy was only the most overt known.”

      There you go again. You never give up with the microwave bit.
      Not once does your posted link refer to “microwave weaponry”.

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      • smurfette says:

        LOL. The Active Denial System was demonstrated at a field day and the military confirmed that it can hit you at 4-5 football lengths very accurately. No, there is no such thing as a microwave hit. You didn’t watch the video linked on the website where the real information is. Do your research too. DEW is confirmed even by Rumsfield himself. It is a growing commercial business and hidden as non-lethal, and annual reports are published on its growth industry.

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        • lemmus1 says:

          Oh brother.
          You’re Alinsky’s brother by another mother, right. Now you’re putting words in my mouth. Sweet. Microwave mind control is eons away from DEW. Stop the fake news.

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      • smurfette says:

        Are you still going to deny it or has it become a narrative for you that this doesn’t exist? People are being severely harmed without protections and you really think the CIA didn’t get their hands on this weaponry and sell it on behalf of their population control handlers? Really?

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        • lemmus1 says:

          Alrighty Then!
          You really should learn how to post links, eh.
          And stop saying something says something it doesn’t in the apparent hope that we won’t actually fact check you.

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  26. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Another one….

    Liked by 11 people

  27. sunnydaze says:

    Sheesh. Turns out one of the Covington boys who was trashed by the MSM has a granddad who is actually Native American….and was really a Vietnam Vet.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/01/grandfather-of-one-covington-student-is-actually-a-native-american-vietnam-veteran-unlike-nathan-phillips-family-responds-to-stolen-valor-shame-on-him/

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  28. Texian says:

    NFL PLAYERS GUILTY OF RACIST FACECRIMES..

    NFL players mock native american war paint faces..

    AND SMIRK while doing it..

    How can the NFL and FAKE NEWS – not to mention FAKE REFEREEING to rig games for corporate preferences – allow this insensitive, overt racism to go unchecked.. (No offense Tom.. oops.. I mean no targeting.. oops.. did it again.. oh well, nevermind..)..

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    • joeknuckles says:

      The Saints need to stop crying. If their receiver had been watching the ball on the play that resulted in an interception in overtime, which set up the game winning field goal, instead of crying to the official, he could have caught that ball and won the freaking game. For some reason, nobody seems to have noticed that, while the ball was still in the air, he turned around and started complaining to the official while the ball came down right next to him and directly into the hands of the Rams defensive back, who was laying on the ground. Yes, if had been competing instead of complaining, he could have been a hero.

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      • Texian says:

        I support the Saints Fans..

        The NFL robbed them in broad daylight – and in front of millions of people..

        Just when I was about to forgive the NFL for kneeling.. They pull something like this..

        Not worth watching rigged games.. Back to mowing the lawn on Sundays..

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        • joeknuckles says:

          All the Saints receiver had to do was turn around and look for the ball, he could have caught it and ran to the end zone untouched. Instead, he decided to lobby the ref for a penalty while the play was still going on. The earlier “blown call” should have been long forgotten by now and the Saints should have won, but they didn’t because they didn’t make the play when it counted. I don’t think the ball was even catchable on the “blown call” play anyway. Also, if they had run the ball 3 times instead of passing they could have just about run out the clock. Btw, I was rooting for the Saints and I hate LA. I’m just calling it like I see it.

          Sorry, no do-over for them.

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          • wendy forward says:

            I’m a Rams fan but I like the Saints too. You are so right.

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          • Invisigoth says:

            Obviously Rams defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman thought the ball was catchable, because he took out the receiver instead of risking the catch. He said he knew it was a penalty, but he couldn’t let the Saints score. Then he didn’t get penalized. It was a blown call. Should the players have ignored it? Maybe, maybe not. Doesn’t change the facts.

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      • wendy forward says:

        The Saints (who I like and saw when in N.O. several years ago) had the ball first in O.T. They win the game with a touchdown-as you point out there were several intervening causes as to why they lost.

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    • wendy forward says:

      Awesome picture of Brady.

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  29. Sayit2016 says:

    Playing with Memes tonight ? Whadda think ?

    Liked by 16 people

  30. Sunflower says:

    From 8chan autists:

    A former Democrat and current Trump supporter unloaded on Democrats. Jeffrey Peterson says the reason the Democrats will never support the border wall – the reason is that they are being paid off by the Mexican cartels.
    And now it suddenly all clicks. I’m sure we all had our suspicions before, but back then we lacked the hints and clues and convictions that put this all together.
    https://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCAKCN1P92OS-OCATP
    ‘El Chapo’ paid former Mexican president $100 million bribe: trial witness

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  31. joeknuckles says:

    Vannity is in rare form tonight. It’s bad enough that he spends half the show repeating talking points that he’s already covered a thousand times and that he constantly interrupts his guests, now he’s playing clip after clip of himself talking.

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  32. WSB says:

    So, PT should feel a lot better now. I just reviewed The Occasional Cortex’s town hall at Riverside Church presented during Hannity’s show tonight, and realized when she was talking about billionaires being immoral, I saw the price tag on the bottom of her new shoe.

    Shop on, Sandy!

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  33. JohnCarlson says:

    I still can hardly believe that when Nathan Phillips got out of the Marines (actually Marine Reserve, not active duty Marines) he was only an E1. Even Occasional Cortex would have made at least E3.

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  34. JX says:

    McConnell gave up his leverage yesterday. He threw away a winning hand.

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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  36. Mo says:

    China’s current economic condition from the perspective of a South African economist specializing in China and with access to upper-level govt. officials there. It gets very good as far as details, figures, and Chinese economic strategy around the 30-minute mark.

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    • Mo says:

      34:34
      I think 70% of manufacturing is private
      34:38
      owned those guys are exporting to the
      34:40
      United States and to the rest of the
      34:42
      world very exposed to the trade war they
      34:46
      are looking down the barrel of the gun
      34:47
      of the trade war it’s not the
      34:49
      state-owned companies that build roads
      34:51
      and bridges it’s it’s the increasingly
      34:54
      important part of the economy which is
      34:56
      the private guys that are creating the
      34:58
      jobs for the University graduates that
      35:01
      are creating the high value-added
      35:03
      services jobs that are involved in the
      35:05
      new economy that are involved in
      35:07
      robotics and artificial intelligence and
      35:09
      so on it’s those companies that I think

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  37. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Mandy says:

      John 15: 18 – 19:

      “If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you.”

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  38. sentinelle says:

    Hmmmm
    A lot of this information has already been out there. Not sure of the ‘gottcha’ here. Wasn’t Felix Sater another person inserted by the opposition party?

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-22/buzzfeed-throws-hail-mary-publishes-new-trump-tower-moscow-docs

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  39. JohnCarlson says:

    Is our favorite Indian ,Nathan, even a Veteran at all? As best I can recall that took 180 days of active duty and if he was in the Marine Reserve did he even have that ?

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    • sentinelle says:

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      • pmdea says:

        People are ridiculing Mr Phillips with humour..below are some Tweets, I read today in response to Mr Phillips, people kept adding their response – gave me a laugh…

        “After growing up in the same tribe as Elizabeth Warren, Mr Phillips served in Vietnam with Richard Blumenthal and came under fire in Bosnia with Hillary Clinton.”

        “Thank god Brian Williams was there in a helicopter (that came under fire) with a SAR team to save them all.”

        “They then all got to all watch the video that caused Benghazi.”

        “CNN later reported that Mr Phillips invented the Internet, but his Vietnam buddy, Al Gore stole it from him.”

        “And….he absolutely did not have sexual relations with that woman.”

        “But now he gets attached by children while walking around peacefully minding his own business. What are the odds?”

        Liked by 10 people

    • Conservativeinny says:

      Marine Reserves in 60s went through all the same training.

      Liked by 1 person

  40. An intriguing article showing OTHER legal, realistic possibilities for the President to order and finance the building of The Wall:

    https://vdare.com/articles/negotiate-from-strength-president-trump-some-ways-to-change-the-equation-on-border-showdown?scroll_to_paragraph=4

    Don’t mind if you disagree but some of these ideas strike me as eminently reasonable.

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  41. One more superb link-article on the media and Andrew Breitbart:

    https://spectator.org/andrew-breitbart-was-right-about-the-media/

    (not affiliated with spectator, btw)

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    • JAS says:

      Good one Thanks!

      “There’s no winning with the media. They hate Trump, yes. Who they really hate is the Trump voter. The “bitter clingers, clinging to their guns and religion,” as Obama said. The “deplorables,” as Hillary said. Those people. “Tea baggers,” said Obama and the media.”

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  42. winky says:

    I get a kick out of this guy but I sort of believe this. The media is getting so bad. He claims 70 thousand plus unaccompanied minors entered the US last month. Can anyone imagine if anyone of those dems became president?….no Ice….gun control…..taxation up the wazoo….it is a scary thing.

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  43. nimrodman says:

    You guys get a load of this story yet?

    Same guy. Same drum. Same day.

    Nathan Phillips Tried to Disrupt Catholic Mass by Chanting, Beating Drum

    A group of Native American activists, led by native elder Nathan Phillips, allegedly tried to enter a Catholic church in Washington, DC, on Saturday while chanting and banging on their drums.

    Nathan Phillips, along with about twenty other activists, tried to disrupt a January 19th evening Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, while chanting and banging on their drums, according to the Catholic News Agency (CNA).

    Phillips, … was reportedly stopped by security from entering the Catholic church on Saturday as he and others chanted and played their drums during a Vigil Mass.

    “It was really upsetting,” said a security guard to CNA, “There were about twenty people trying to get in, we had to lock the doors and everything.”

    “We had hundreds and hundreds of people from all over the country come here to celebrate life,” continued the security guard to CNA, “It’s a house of worship, a place of prayer where people come to celebrate. All this anger is so against what we are all about here.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/22/nathan-phillips-tried-to-disrupt-catholic-mass-by-chanting-beating-drum/

    Liked by 6 people

    • Why should worthless cowardly Senators have six year terms while the President only four?

      President Donald Trump *2017-2029*

      Liked by 2 people

    • winky says:

      Thank God….I live in California and the thought of Kamala Harris scares the shit out of me. The thought of any Dem is the scariest thing ever…..no borders…..no ice…..MS13….taxes galore…no free speech… crime …..it is so scary just thinking about it.

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  44. nimrodman says:

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaaah !
    Mein Gott, please forgive me my shadenfreude

    The “Womens’ March” is cannibalizing itself, coming apart at the seams of its “diversity”.

    No surprise that those supremely concerned with identity politics turn that inward onto their own internal identity divisions and self-immolate as they devolve into identity-group recriminations, arriving inevitably and assuredly at anti-white sentiment (the base currency of identity politics).

    Af-Am former head of the outfit wasn’t happy with Arab Sarsour’s anti-Semitism and wrote a scolding article the other day

    Mercy Morganfield, the daughter of African-American blues singer-songwriter Muddy Waters … lashed out at Sarsour for endorsing the idea that Jews are waging a war on the black community …

    https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2019/01/22/linda-sarsour-blasted-by-former-womens-march-leader-as-anti-semite-for-posting-article-claiming-jews-are-at-war-with-blacks/

    Now she’s angry with whites, bemoans “bad branding” and “a sea of white faces”

    … blamed the white majority protesters for bad branding

    White people in the Women’s March are using Mallory, Morganfield wrote, a phenomenon she calls “liberal white supremacy.”

    “They don’t like Tamika. They don’t like Tamika’s message. They like Tamika’s optics. She legitimizes a predominantly white movement. And she gives them a cover for their inherent antisemitism, homophobia, and lack of inclusiveness. She serves a purpose. In Putin’s words, she is a useful idiot.”

    There are “woke white women,” Morganfield wrote, but it is “white feet” that are trampling the people they claim to be championing, including people of color, indigenous people, LGBT people, and even murdered trans people.

    “So they throw Tamika out front and she is talking about black women and how she is marching for black women, BUT—she is surrounded by a sea of white faces in pink pussy hats when she is saying that,” Morganfield wrote.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/22/former-d-c-head-of-womens-march-whites-caused-anti-semite-branding/

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    • nimrodman says:

      … afterthought:
      Cracks me up on two counts:

      1. The bromide that “diversity makes us stronger”

      (no it doesn’t, it fosters rancor and disharmony among groups and factions)

      2. The bromide that we should let women run things because “they’re more collaborative” yada yada bunch of other stuff yada yada

      (no they’re not – you put a bunch of women together to run an enterprise and they’ll eventually be at each others’ throats)

      I don’t mean to offend women needlessly or unjustly, it’s just that I don’t buy the bromide.

      Diversity promoters I’m happy to offend.

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  45. Green Gas says:

    Expert > I never romanticized the American Indian, I always felt that they were a stupid and dirty people, I understand that the American people liked dances with wolves ,dream catchers, the wisdom of the Indian chiefs and other nonsense. One time i made a dream catcher out of an old toilet seat and gave it to an Indian elder to honor his people with.

    Excerpt >What did happen was that Talking Bull (Nathan Phillips), a professional agitator and American Indian separatist, was given a forum in which to spew nonsensical ideas. Here’s a prime example: “I heard them [the students] saying ‘build the wall, build that wall,’” he said,” as Vibe reported. “This is indigenous land. We’re not supposed to have walls here. Before anyone came here there were no walls….”

    *(Actually, the Indians built plenty of walls, as old ruins attest.)

    But something occurs to me here: If the Indians had effective border security, perhaps they wouldn’t have been overrun and conquered.

    So, what’s the message? “We lost the continent…and we can show you how to lose it, too!”? < lol

    Talking Bull followed up his anti-wall blather by adding that American Indians “never even had prisons,” either.

    Well, most of them also didn’t have the *wheel, a written language or anything beyond *stone tools. What’s the point?

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/01/the_ultimate_irony_of_the_native_american_elder_and_the_maga_hat_kids.html

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  46. Troublemaker10 says:

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