February 12th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #754

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  1. Carson Napier says:

    CALGARY, Canada — The “Green New Deal” proposed by congressional Democrats is a “recipe for mass suicide” and the “most ridiculous scenario I ever heard,” Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore (shown) warned in an exclusive interview with The New American. In fact, Dr. Moore warned that if the “completely preposterous” prescriptions in the scheme were actually implemented, Americans could be forced to turn to cannibalism to avoid starvation — and they still would not survive. Other experts such as Craig Rucker, the executive director of the environmental group Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), also sounded the alarm about the “green” proposal in Congress, comparing it to Soviet five-year plans and calling it a “prescription for disaster.”

    Moore, who was one of six international directors of Greenpeace, was flabbergasted that something so ludicrous could even be proposed, much less be advanced in the U.S. government. “It is quite amazing that someone that is in government — actually elected to the government of the United States of America — would propose that we eliminate all fossil fuels in 12 years,” he said in an on-camera interview with The New American from Canada. “This would basically result, if we did it on a global level, it would result in the decimation of the human population from 7-odd billion down to who knows how few people.” It would end up killing almost everyone on the planet, he added.

    Worse than mass death would be the way people reacted. “It would basically begin a process of cannibalization among the human species, because the food could not be delivered to the stores in the middle of the cities anymore,” Moore continued. “The point that bothers me the most is that if you eliminated fossil fuels, every tree in the world would be cut for fuel. There is no other source for heating and cooking once you eliminate fossil fuels. You could use animal dung, if there were any animals left, but the animals would all die too because they would all get eaten.”

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    • Majik says:

      Wow! That is a gem! Worth reading the rest!

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    • dutzie60 says:

      How many democrat presidential candidates have signed on and endorsed this stupidity? 😂😂😂

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      • Robert Smith says:

        A plan to kill off all the pretender Democrat candidates and clear the field.

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        This is stupidity but it’s also very dangerous. Imagine our foreign enemies–they are salivating over the stupidity.

        The Trump Administration is not going to engage in or tolerate the ‘good old days’ when HRC sold uranium to the Russians and pocketed a tidy sum for their foundation. Or when ‘O’ sold oil drilling rights off our coasts to foreign countries while shutting down American production.

        When Democrats run this country, enemy nations have their way with us. Enter two propped up Islamic women elected to Congress with primary interests in Somalia and Palestine and unmasked hatred for Israel. Enter Puerto Rico/NYC’s version of the Democrat Braying Ass and she’s fed extreme talking points that if even a portion were to be enacted, would bring our economy to a standstill. Notice they handpicked a young bespeckled girl with a childlike voice and small in stature. How dangerous can she really be, right? After all, she is so naïve she needs prompting to clap and stand at SOTU’s.

        The dirty secret the Left won’t talk about is their keen knowledge of the untold wealth of our energy reserves. What does the Left love more than even death? Money. Do we really think they will just let that oil, gas and coal lie quietly and never be unearthed?

        These asinine ideas of ending fossil fuel use are a total lie being told by a conga line of siren singers. They are hoodwinking our young, ignorant people. They are selling them the fake climate change garbage that life will end, according to some moronic 29 year old, in 12 years. They are relentless to get this BS legislated. As soon as they accomplish that and figure out the people are uprising against them and there’s no money to buy anybody off anymore, they will start selling, selling, selling. Every drop of oil, every asset, every big, polluting skyscraper will be sold. American prosperity, wealth and the efforts of hardworking middle class people for 250 years will be hauled off by foreign enemies.

        Sitting in the wings will be HRC and BHO, coaching them on how to make sweet deals for themselves while selling the rest of us out.

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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      Sounds like Venezuela, they built a wall, it was one of the mind & body politic aka totalitarian / socialism. Same outcome, since this green new deal is the same ideology, and the last watermelon these useful idiot’s will ever eat.

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    • For Eyes says:

      How about killing the underlining next time?

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    • trapper says:

      The Green New Deal is the equivalent of an environmental Jump Day. It is so ridiculous on its face that it is hard to believe it is not a gigantic, tongue-in-cheek joke. That it is not, but is a serious proposal that is taken seriously by supposed serious people with real power to act on it, is frightening but not particularly surprising, given our stubborn refusal to permit the final disposal down the memory hole of Marx, Freud, Darwin, Heidegger, oh never mind.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Cannibalism?

      That’s the Democrat Party 2020 Game Plan, my friends. They just don’t realize it yet.

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      I guess between the Green Deal and Infanticide, more and more people are seeing it for what it truly is – Death & Destruction.

      I can’t wait for the 2020 election buttons to come out.

      How about a stiff upside down donkey to start off the idea chain of 2020 buttons?

      Or a picture of a beautiful newly born baby with the caption “If they get there way, I could be dead by noon”

      Or a picture of a bunch of cows wearing colostomy bags with the caption, “This will save us!”

      I wonder if PT can buy the rights to “Dumb and Dumber”

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    • sDee says:

      “”The “Green New Deal” proposed by congressional Democrats is a “recipe for mass suicide” and the “most ridiculous scenario I ever heard,” Greenpeace Co-Founder Patrick Moore””

      Coming from Greenpeace – one of the founders of the globalists’ sustainability agenda.

      No one proposing this deal ever plans to implement it. The Green New Deal, like all other “crisis-based” environmental/energy policies is yet-another wealth-transfer and taxation scheme designed to centralize power into the hands of a few.

      Just like Greenpeace, America’s left intends to use this for votes, implement the taxation and regulatory schemes then screw us even more.

      What bothers Patrick Moore is that this exposes his con game too.

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    • Zorro says:

      Won the GND sounds just like an extension to the Demosocialist baby killing agenda.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Ayn Rand prophetically called the socialists cannibals in Atlas Shrugged.

      That novel could have been written today.

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  2. This piece on the lessons of Iraq War for any action in Venezuela is in-depth but quite revealing. Worth the read to better understand how we botched Iraq, and how socialism/dictators eviscerate their nation-states.

    https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/venezuela-and-the-washington-clock/

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      I highly disagree with the ideas this guy is putting forward in this article,as below he lumps Israel and Iran together as foes of Iraq,besides the fact he is making up a lot of this.

      “But in the 21st century it would fight an un-country. The view in 2003 Baghdad could not have been more different than Washington’s. Saddam understood his state wasn’t a country in the Western sense. His primary concern was “internal threats, both from disaffected segments of Iraqi society and from prospective insider coup attempts by Ba’ath Party rivals or the Iraqi military. Saddam’s secondary concern was regional threats, Iran and Israel foremost among them. The threat posed by an American-led coalition ranked only third on Saddam’s list of dangers to his rule” (vol. 1, p. 84).”

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  3. Carson Napier says:

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  4. fred5678 says:

    Any deal to specify an exact number of beds to detain criminal aliens is an outrage — how can any sane person put such a limit on law enforcement for a local jail, a federal prison, or a federal ICE detention facility??

    “How many criminals should we let on onto the street, Senator?”

    Not to mention micro-management by uninformed windbags.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Obstruction in more desperate and finer detail.

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    • bakocarl says:

      Why don’t we do the same thing to reduce the hospital expenses associated with people on Medicare or Medicaid or Tricare for Life (for military retired).

      Let’s just cut down the available hospital beds to, say, 20% of their current number . . . then there will be no hospital beds available and that will significantly reduce the hospitalization expenses.

      Yeah! That’ll do it! Thanks, Dimms! Really great idea. Imbeciles!!!

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      • piper567 says:

        carl, that’s what is done with the mentally ill. Even when properly diagnosed, there is no place for them to be cared for.
        A new hospital in my region sounded all virtuous by announcing they were opening a new Psych Ward: 25 beds!
        waiting lists for Any kind of residential mental health care are sometimes in the hundreds at each facility.. so this drop in the bucket is nothing but chum.
        Big Psych Hospital here (residential) has a Ward cut whenever the legislators want to save $1M on an annual budget.
        bottom line rules.

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  5. Dora says:

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  6. Dora says:

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Hahaha! I’ll bet more people were watching the screen than this Shaun King of hispanics.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        He’s only 1/1,000,000th hispanic….the Communists always lie. He and Fauxcahontas couldn’t get any interest if they told the truth–just plain white people.

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    • testpointwp says:

      The AP is reporting “thousands” attended the Beto rally. 2000 would be a generous estimate. More people than that show up for an El Paso High School football game.

      El Paso H.S. finished 4-6, 939th place in TX. About where Beto will finish in the Dem Primary.

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  7. mashall says:

    Every Illegal Alien present on U.S. Soil violated US Law and therefore is a Criminal.
    Every Person who overstays their Visa and is present on US Soil violated US Law and therefore is a Criminal.
    Every Person who Employs, Harbors and Aides, Illegal Immigration and Illegal Aliens commits a crime and therefore a Criminal.
    US Citizens who commit the crime of ID Theft and are prosecuted.
    Words have meaning.
    Any Government who prosecutes its Citizens and refuses to prosecute Illegal Alien Invaders, and other Criminals with the same faithfulness to the Law is Corrupted and Tyrannical.
    Americans must call things by their proper names and consider ALL Illegal Aliens the Criminals they are due to their criminal acts.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      I agree with you, but the pro-invasion people like to point out that technically the FIRST “unauthorized” entry has been reduced to an administrative violation, thus eliminating the criminal aspect of it. The second unauthorized entry is a crime though one wonders how we would ever know they had been here before if they never were caught.

      This is simply wrong IMHO.

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    • Bubby says:

      mashall I agree but we need to change the law to make the first offense a felony not just a minor misdemeanor. Then change the immigration law to exclude anyone convicted of a felony for illegal entrance into the country including those who overstay visas!

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  8. First , the leak of this bad so -called “deal” before rally was such an obvious attempt to hinder / sabotage rally – so pathetic ( I wonder what it will be when VSG goes to Vietnam for NK talks – isn’t Cohen scheduled to testify that week ?) Second the Dems and GOPe rats must be happy that they think they trapped the President since the bipartisan committee came up with this “ deal” ( and which seems even worse than original crappy proposal ? ) Let Trump be Trump , but what he endures for the American people is truly heroic .

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      If this plan as currently reported turns into legislation sent to the President, then let this be the his first veto. A threat of a veto should be no reason for him not to veto. Force each open-border, CoC-purchased legislator to go on record.

      When it comes time to release criminals, I’d release the first batch in Pelosi’s House office.

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    • The Boss says:

      Cohen isn’t testifying before he goes to the slammer. It seems that part of the trail to impeachment is washed out.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        I don’t trust these people at all, so I can’t agree that part of their trail to impeachment is washed out. As long as Cohen has a breath of life in him, they may find a way to use him, even if it’s not right now. After a little time behind bars Cohen may decide to cooperate (pronounced “compose”) if they’ll lighten the burden of his situation behind bars.

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  9. Dan Dan says:

    ICYMI
    New American Flag at Beto O’Rourke rally 🤢🤮

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  10. burnett044 says:

    finish the wall…

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  11. paulraven1 says:

    We need to face the reality that Trump is a phenomenon, a blip in history, and that the trend for the western world is downward, that Leftism is a powerful and relentless force, a social virus for which no treatment has so far taken hold, and that no consolidated movement to support and/or restore western values exists from within the establishment. In short, when Trump is gone in two or six years, it’s all going to sh*t, and at a speed and violence that will make your head spin.

    Now that the economic foundations of MAGA are secure (at least for Trump’s term(s)), Trump’s goal now should turn to a dedicated effort to demolish Leftism in every form, from the media to the educational system. He should be grooming an army of young proteges and surrogates to mount a public information/propaganda campaign against Leftism/Socialism unlike anything seen in our history, one which would put March of Dimes and War Bonds to shame.

    It would be his greatest legacy. MAGA, for all its ephemeral splendor, will survive 3 to 6 months under a Leftist president. Gone like the wind it will be.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It’s up to US to continue MAGA. We need to re-elect Trump, take back the House (and keep the Senate), and continue to work to make things better. People need to stop talking
      like this is all out of our control, stop barfing out so much gloom and doom. We created the swamp, we can drain it.

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      • CC says:

        The hysterical radicals know that the current ‘leadership’ in the swamp, is aging and will not always be around. This is, in my opinion, where they are starting to set the stage for future platforms, and ‘they’ know they cannot be truly crazy since a lot of the left won’t accept their radical ideas. This is their morphing platform, to where the ideas will ‘mature’.

        We need to be vigilant and continue the momentum towards our founding ideals. And we need to keep tabs on the one ‘from’ MN and the other ‘from’ the Bronx.

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      • Sharon says:

        Covfefe Amen I agree to stop barfing out so much gloom and doom which Paul is constantly doing! The words out of your mouth are powerful! So stop the gloom and doom!

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    • sDee says:

      “”He should be grooming an army of young proteges and surrogates to mount a public information/propaganda campaign against Leftism/Socialism unlike anything seen in our history,””

      No. We are that force and we need to understand that Leftism/Socialism is not our enemy – it is a tool of our enemy.

      Plato summed it up simply – people are natural slaves or they are freemen. Tyrants know this and throughout history take the fruits of labor from freemen to provide a perception comfort and protection to their natural slaves. That is the source of power. It is always a bloody cycle when the freemen rise up.

      America’s Republic has the foundation to balance prosperity and liberty for freemen. It is up to us to remove the central bankers and globalists. Trump gave us one last chance to do that – if we look to a benevolent king to save us instead of doing it ourselves, we are no longer freemen.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      @paulraven1,

      Didn’t you see all the young people at last night’s El Paso rally? That should cheer you up considerably. If it doesn’t, well maybe you should Google “Deteriorata” and just throw in the towel. 😉

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    • Deb says:

      David vs. Goliath.

      Prayer and hard work. God always wins in the end. How far away is the end?

      Be not afraid. Put on the armor of God and fight.

      Liberty or death.

      Keep lobbing truth bombs and waking people up. Simply point out the logical inconsistencies in any given newscast, or how depressing the Democrat platform is. If we keep pointing out the emperor has no clothes, people can’t un-see it.

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  12. Dora says:

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  13. jack says:

    Trump is nailing it BIG TIME, the look of the last rally and the over-flow crowd, and the counter-crowd in New York City that only got 200-300 people, shows Trump is getting through to the PEOPLE, bypassing FAKE MSM! Simply amazing!

    Trump’s Tweets have only gotten better since Jan 3rd of this year.

    You know Trump has got his mojo when he tweets:

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    • jack says:

      I also think this message of Trump is working:

      President Trump:
      “We are fighting for all Americans, from all backgrounds, of every age, race, religion, birthplace, color & creed. Our agenda is NOT a partisan agenda – it is the mainstream, common sense agenda of the American People. Thank you El Paso,” Texas – I love you!

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    • ParteaGirl says:

      Trump is at his absolute best when he’s fighting an adversary. During the campaign it was Hillary. Now it’s the Democrat-controlled House. On Nov 7, he said he would blame them- he gave them fair warning…

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  14. It looks like Trump is going to cave again on all the important things. All because he is obsessed with the stock market. Please prove me wrong. Readers here will not like this post but I try to do objective analysis – good or bad. and this is my best projection at this time. Hoping to be proved wrong.

    1) Budget deal in principle has NO money for a WALL. It only allows short bollard barrier money that anybody can climb over without a ladder. And it reduces the number of beds for criminals. This is a worse deal than the Republicans had a month ago. It was all announced and timed just to boost the stock markets last night. If Trump signs this he is showing he is abandoning the wall for the stock market. Will he OK this and then declare emergency? Not likely to declare an emergency if he is going to run into more resistance and legal hassles and hits to stock market..

    Maybe better details will come out but this deal is very very bad and Republicans caved it nearly all in. And then said Trump would like it and sign it to boost stock markets.

    2) China trade deal is no deal in the making. It looks again like Trump will cave and just extend things. There is no deal to be made. Never was any “deal” to be made. Any “deal” will destroy China economy and China will not allow that. All public chatter with a few misleading crumbs to come to sooth people.

    Trump has to force China to behave. And he is not because he is afraid of hits to stock market and economy short term. He missed his time to go with 25% tariffs 3 months ago. Now all he thinks about is the next election and saving the stock market as earnings projections are starting to fall.

    Bottom line:
    I still strongly support Trump because he is still the best and only one trying these things. But he has become more politician than business dealer and is more and more afraid to own the downside to do what is right on his toughest two issues – Wall and China.

    If he signs this really bad budget deal, then he has lost a lot of his mojo and risk taking.
    If he allows another delay in raising the 25% tariffs, he has lost most of respect from China and they win as it will be harder for him to get the tough respect back with China.

    The next few days will be telling. And March 1 for sure.
    Please prove me wrong Mr President. Do what is right and not what is best for stock market. The stock market is likely to crash in 2020 anyway. Let it crash in 2019 and clear in 2020.

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    • Eric says:

      The lack of faith in this man who God has delivered to us is utterly appalling.

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      • PS. I was one of the first strong supporters of Donald Trump. I strongly urged him to run in 2012. Unfortunately he did not run in 2012. And was one of the first on board his 2016 bid even before he announced he was running. All people make mistakes and have to balance things and I understand that. But in this case I think he may do the wrong things for his right reasons.

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      • paulraven1 says:

        Trump is not an angel from God, he’s a man, and a politician. We have every right and obligation to question. As I see it, the “lack of faith” this poster is showing is in fact an entirely legitimate good-faith concern.

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        • Tom! says:

          Agree with both Seeker and Paul. So far Trumps speeches on illegal immigration have far exceeded his actions.

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          • covfefe999 says:

            You do realize, don’t you, that Trump has to work with the crappy Congress we gave him. We even blew it and let the Dems take the House majority. But you expect so much of Trump ….

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        • Sharon says:

          Paulraven you definitely lack faith in God! Plain as day! Getting old with your whining!

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          • paulraven1 says:

            Your comment is arguably sacrilegious and completely out of line. What’s getting old is this deification of Donald Trump. As a reminder, this is a free-speech political forum, not a proving ground for aspiring novitiates. And if you have a complaint about “whining” I heartily encourage you to direct it to the forum moderators. I participate here at their indulgence not yours.

            Also, try greater reading comprehension. My initial comment was an exhortation to action against evil, not “whining.” It is inaction in the face of the predominant cultural evil I am critiquing. I am entirely open to discussing the theological elements of this, but not to confining it to theology.

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            • Deb says:

              We appreciate that David was God’s chosen king without deifying him.

              PDJT could not have won without prayer.

              Now he needs our prayers to keep winning. He needs our support and our hard work. And we give it not because we want to help him, but because we want to Make America Grear Again.

              Pessimism gets in the way of success. That is a fact. You see something that needs to be dealt with? Point it out in a matter of fact manner and offer some kind of solution or advice that is positive.

              The only thing your comments accomplish is to bring down morale. It is possible to deal with issues without doing that. If you can’t manage it, you shouldn’t post.

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      • Lou Battalia says:

        I am sorry Eric, but I have to say this. I find it offensive when PDJT supporters here claim the President was delivered to us by God. NO. We can support DJT and be thankful that he was elected, but God sent us his son, Jesus…period. Our President is not divine and was not “sent to us” by God. We elected him. Just be grateful for that.

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        • Eric says:

          If this isn’t a battle between Good vs. Evil, then I don’t know what is.

          And I’ve seen no greater example of Divine Intervention within my lifetime than the presence of Donald J. Trump on the political scene.

          The clergy who support him seem to recognize this.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          God sent Adam and Eve so you are wrong from the beginning.

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        • Sharon says:

          LOu God appointed kings and rulers and still does to this day! Read your bible! As Eric said if this isn’t a battle between good and evil then what is Duh! open your eyes Lou! Thee of little faith!

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          • bertdilbert says:

            I know, would have a hard time explaining Noah, Moses and Abraham. Saying God gave us Trump does not diminish Jesus in any way.

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          • piper567 says:

            Sharon, I guess some people simply do not believe God acts in History.
            Others of us do.
            I think that may be the actual divide.
            doesn’t seem to me we need to worry each other ab it.
            its really not political, its theological.

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        • testpointwp says:

          Treepers aren’t claiming that Pres. Trump is the Messiah. The context is Romans 13:1
          …for there is no authority except that which God has established.
          That authority can choose good or evil. So we continue to pray in the context of 1 Samuel 12:14 If you fear the Lord and serve and obey him and do not rebel against his commands, and if both you and the king who reigns over you follow the Lord your God—good!

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        • bakocarl says:

          Daniel 2:21 “It is He who changes the times and the epochs; He removes kings and establishes kings; He gives wisdom to wise men and knowledge to men of understanding.

          Romans 13:1-2 For there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God.

          John 19:11 Jesus answered, “You would have no authority over Me, unless it had been given you from above; . . .”

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        • NC Patriot says:

          Historically in the Scriptures, God selected leaders for specific purposes (ie Moses) who were imperfect but did the job. I don’t know who said “Come the time—come the man.” but I see no reason not to think God may have had a hand in the selection of this man—–for a time such as this.

          That takes NOTHING away from the basic Christian tenant that God sent us His Son, Jesus. NO CONFLICT WHATSOEVER !

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    • Wall. Trump is going to try to build the wall secretly with money from somewhere. He is doing some of that now and probably will continue that but at the slow pace. Then later show he is building the wall.

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      • Lou Battalia says:

        Please don’t bury your head. The Congress will never allow money to be diverted from other areas to build the wall. We do have a Constitution, and Congress controls the purse strings. The only way to get the money he needs for the wall is for PDJT to force another shutdown. I am a realist. Virtually no new wall has been built since President Trump took office. That is a fact. President Trump promised that Mexico would pay for the wall and that never happened. So far the wall has been a giant fail. That is a fact. Veto the bill or give up on the wall and admit defeat.

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        • paulraven1 says:

          You may be overlooking the option of a emergency declaration. A shut down at this point would not be propitious.

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        • Ken Lawson says:

          You say Mexico didn’t pay for the wall. But frankly, when Trump first said Mexico would pay for the wall I never thought (and no one I know thought) that it meant they would write a check for it. We took it to mean that the wall would save us money somewhere from what Mexico gets from us. Either it would be from foreign aid reduction, fees on monies people send to Mexico, and/or savings in monies we lose due to bad trade agreements. It would have been absolutely ridiculous to think that he meant that they’d write a check for it. So, while I think you make some good points, what you say about Mexico paying for it shows that you are expecting something unrealistic.

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        • bakocarl says:

          You may also be overlooking 10USC284(b)(7).

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        • rustybritches says:

          Its pretty clear that you still don’t understand how mexico is actually paying for the wall, The deal the President made with mexico to keep those invaders in their country has worked to some degree but let me say this much The Mexican people are suffering just as much as we are because of these Caravans The Tourist places are way down and not producing any real money for those people and the people keep telling their Gov that

          they do not want these invaders anymore because they cant afford to care for them, well maybe if that’s not paying for the wall I dont know what is, He never said that Mexico would just hand him a check but he did say that sooner or later they would pay for it and thats what they are doing, and The Dam wall is being built some people just cant see that’s what happening but new wall is going up and how sad that you cant see what he is doing He has tried to make sure the people coming across are stopped but he can only do so much with all the dam idiots who are standing in his way
          sorry but the Gutless Republicans are just as bad as the dems because they are so chicken they cave on everything the Dems want and Shelby showed his colors that he is nothing but a coward and should be driven out of congress now not later..

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        • law4lifeblog says:

          Lou, once money is allocated to the executive branch the president may use it appropriately, I.e. he can use defense money for national security projects like the wall. Moreover, how much of a dim bulb does someone have to think Mexico was going to write us a check to use to build the wall? You’re being ridiculous. PT never said Mexico would PREPAY for the Wall, he said they will pay for it, and they willunder USMCA and other vehicles.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      “It looks like Trump is going to cave again on all the important things. All because he is obsessed with the stock market. Please prove me wrong.”
      —-
      Too many of you long time Trump supporters forget that we elect a President, not a King.

      Even with a GOP Congress, he could not get funding for more physical barriers to address illegal immigration.

      There are still too many in the GOP who are “NeverTrump” and working hard to block him.

      And wanting him to do things to crash tne economy betrays your blindness to reality. He has achieved a great deal despite the continuous Resistance. But elections ARE politics, and our very system of government requires political skills and considerations to function.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      Number one, President Trump.
      Number two, you’re not only wrong, but grossly over estimating our interest about your own importance.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      We’re all gonna die!

      🙂

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      • Tom! says:

        Not all but if Trumps numbers on those killed by illegal immigrants are correct, some us will.

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        • covfefe999 says:

          And that’s solely Trump’s fault? We didn’t play any part of it? It didn’t matter that we built up the crappy Congress he has to work with right now? That we let the Dems seize the House majority?

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          • Tom! says:

            I’m in total agreement with you in that we have for a hundred plus years been allowing this evil to assume more and more control over each area of government. Our Bill of Rights is now more like a bill of maybes. Do I expect the American people to suddenly be able to discern the hearts of those receiving our votes. No I don’t. Therefore I have no expectation that our problems will be solved by more voting. Did I expect more from the president? Yes I did. I believed that he had a superior ability to negotiate or barter to achieve his objectives. Is congress to blame? Of course, but he was well aware of their intransigence when he made his promises. The point is, we’re in deep trouble and doing more of the same will not work.

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    • jack says:

      SeekerOfTruth
      I do understand your concern, and at times we ponder how Trump can succeed against the Globalists/Uniparty/Leftists, the odds are stacked against him, right?

      I think Trump is continually testing the Swamp D.C. … to see how he can keep exposing it and putting pressure on and off, and softening up his opposition. Think of martial arts, it’s a series of counter-moves, and using the enemies motion against themselves.

      I think you are thinking , Trump says something, and everybody fights it at first, then he does ONE counter-move and Trump wins! Very childish approach in my opinion. How to effect change is much, much slower, … until the enemy surrenders because all his moves have been defeated. Then Trump will be gracious , and help America be number one.

      Trump is NOT Jeff Sessions, or Wray, or any of the corrupt GOPe! Trump is an OUTSIDER with ONE Purpose , to help America get back on track. And Trump has to work with Slime in D.C. and other countries agenda’s too.

      Hey, we probably agree, Jeff Sessions let us down, and Trump did share OPENLY that Jeff Sessions let the president down.

      Also the GOPe the last 2 years let Trump down too.

      BUT I don’t see Trump giving up, but adjusting to things the way they are NOW, and also, gaining momentum , in next battle and battle after that.

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    • davidb says:

      @ Seeker……….start seeking……the wall is being built now for 10 months that I personally know of. Maybe you should pull your head out of the MSM and SEEK.

      Liked by 1 person

    • linda4298 says:

      Go home to mommy.

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    • DJSnyder says:

      Don’t be such an Eeyore. Wait until February 15 and then see what happens.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Amy2 says:

      Seeker, what yardstick should the president use? There has to be some indicators that guide your choices. His concern with the stock market is not his only tool, but you can’t argue with the results he gets by using it. Cheer up.

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    • Kintbury says:

      Seems to me that you forgot one important fact. He does not have the support of Republicans, most of which are on the payroll of the Business Round Table and the Chamber of Commerce. If we actually had honest people in Congress instead of the rat-shit bastards we currently have, this would have been a cake walk. Put the blame where it belongs, not on the person trying with everything he has to get the job done.

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    • rjcylon says:

      No one needs to prove you wrong. President Trump is at 52%. You are not going to weaken his base.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      The result of constant political pessimism.

      Liked by 1 person

    • alligatriot says:

      SeekerOfTruth,

      First, you sure stimulated some discussion!

      Many believe President Trump was sent by God. Two thoughts. Within my Christian faith, I feel we were ALL sent by God. Secondly, again within my religious belief, no one knows the heart of God so although we would LIKE to think President Trump is a divine emissary, we simply don’t know that.

      The budget. I have not heard that President Trump has signed it. So while reasonable discussion about it can be a healthy exercise, statements such as “looks like Trump is going to cave again” is pretty much setting foot on a bridge that is not yet in sight.

      China. The Chinese are definitely “long game” strategists. As I’ve observed how President Trump approaches dealing with them, it seems he recognizes this and is using it against them. His “extensions” of tariffs make President Xi look weak, The Central Committee will not put up with a weak head and, in my very unlearned opinion, will take steps to relieve the situation. They may replace Xi (unlikely, I think) or fall in line with U.S. demands.

      I simply don’t believe President Trump takes actions with the stock market uppermost in his mind. To be sure, many of his actions may benefit Wall Street, but his track record to date doesn’t indicate it’s his first concern.

      Hope you have a great day!

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      If he were acting in the interests of the market, he would lift the China tariffs. If he signs it, it will NOT be for that reason.

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  15. henry says:

    For real? Why:

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-02-11-apple-demands-natural-news-stop-writing-about-abortions-or-satanism.html#

    With Democrats now openly pushing infanticide and the legalization of the serial killing of infants, tech giants like Apple are serving as the censorship “speech police” to silence all criticism of the gruesome practice. In threatening Natural News over our coverage of infanticide and abortions, Apple is staking out the position of being pro-infanticide, and anyone who dares to speak up for innocent children is deemed by Apple to be engaged in “hate speech.”

    According to apple, opposing the murder of children is now “hate speech”

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    • Rileytrips says:

      Are they going to openly accuse the President of “hate speech” for opposing infanticide and late term abortion?? Doesn’t Apple realize that only FOUR countries in the entire world allow abortions after 24 weeks – USA, China, North Korea and Vietnam??

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  16. too many polar bears now. As I said recently polar bears are at record levels contrary to warming people.

    Russia Declares State Of Emergency After Northern Islands Invaded… By Polar Bears

    A state of emergency has been declared in a remote Russian settlement on the Polar archipelago of Novaya Zemla after more than 50 polar bears recently rolled into town in search of food, and started wreaking havoc for the locals.

    People are fearful of going outside since the aggressive bears are more than capable of mauling a human to death.

    This has made daily life in the arctic village even more difficult.
    Residents of the remote village are “afraid to go outside” and “daily life is in turmoil”, according to Aleksandr Minayev, deputy head of the local administration.

    “Parents are wary of letting children to go to schools and kindergartens,” he made clear.

    However, locals cannot shoot the bears because they are an endangered species.

    …More global cooling effects. Will fake global warming people report this? No.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      50 polar bears recently rolled into town in search of food

      I imagine they’re like the black and brown bears in the US, they have amazing ability to smell and they like people food.

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    • SouthernTrumpette says:

      “…More global cooling effects. Will fake global warming people report this? No.”

      NBC news last night reported this story as the polar bears having to move into populated areas because their natural habitat has melted.

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    • JoeUser says:

      People are wary of letting their kids go to school? Seriously? I think that it should’ve said terrified. Polar bears are not cute, cuddly beasts, no matter what deluded folks try to impart. From what I’ve read they can and do eat humans.

      Either drive them off by chemical means (canisters of tear gas should work), or solve the problem with 50 high-powered rounds.

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  17. wightmanfarm says:

    Ok, so I got suspended for replying to Bloomington “how about a shirt with LEARN TO CODE on it””. WTH ????

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  18. henry says:

    https://www.meforum.org/islamist-watch/57764/ilhan-omar-to-speak-alongside-charity-official

    Despite battling accusations of anti-Semitism, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-Minn) is due to speak this month at a fundraising event alongside a senior charity official who has published social media posts praising the killing of Jews.

    Islamic Relief USA is hosting a fundraising dinner for aid to Yemen on February 23. Rep. Ilhan Omar is due to speak alongside senior Islamic Relief USA official Yousef Abdallah, who was widely criticized in 2017 after the Middle East Forum found he had expressed violently anti-Semitic ideas on his social media accounts.

    Abdallah, who serves as Islamic Relief USA’s “operations manager,” shared a “very beautiful” modernized version of a Palestinian folk story about a ‘resistance hero’ named Zharif al-Tawl, who took revenge against Jewish “gangs” – which had purportedly attacked a Palestinian village – by providing guns to “kill more than 20 jews” and “fire rockets at Tel Aviv.”

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  19. kyblue says:

    This conservative millennial has figured out why his liberal peers flock to older democrats.

    The young-uns view aging dems such as Pelosi & Schumer as their grandmas & grandpas. All full of wisdom and, uh, something.
    Humorous read.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/02/democrats_are_sexy_grandpas_and_congress_their_nursing_home.html

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  20. covfefe999 says:

    The propaganda media tax refund stories are driving me batty. Yahoo published one mess of an article that included this:

    “I literally screamed when I saw my refund,” says Elissa Crooks. The 41-year-old from Orlando says that her refund was slashed by roughly $1,400 when she filed her 2018 taxes a few days ago.
    She says that she relies on her refund to cover the property taxes on the house she bought four years ago.

    She probably had reduced withholding during 2018 so had extra $$ on each paycheck. Did she not notice? Did she blow the money rather than save it to pay her property tax?

    Why do people use tax refunds as some kind of savings account? Why don’t they manage their money throughout the year and adjust withholding accordingly? I saw a tweet from someone who said “the ultimate goal is a tax refund of $0”. Others pointed out that money saved by the government and then returned to you the following year is like a savings account with 0% interest, a really bad investment. Something is wrong with our schooling if so many people are ignorant to these facts.

    The Yahoo article did throw in this revealing little gem: Many say they feel betrayed by President Trump, who they voted for in 2016. While some appeared to be fake accounts, or ‘bots,’ I wonder what percentage that “some” is.

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    • 180daysofkindergarten says:

      People are stupid. Flat out stupid. My 25 yo was lamenting the low or no refunds he was reading about (since then his taxes have been done and filed) and I explained to him the changes in the tax code, he already knows that a big refund is stupid. Just keep explaining. The noise is just noise. Looking at Trump’s crowds the message is getting across despite the shrieking of the moonbats.

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      • PS says:

        Tax refunds are zero interest loans to the government. Tax refunds are a “Christmas account” where you give them some of YOUR money over time for an expected expense later. If you play it right, you want a refund of $0, because you pair exactly the right amount in taxes throughout the year.

        If you are banking on a refund to pay a bill, then ask your employer to lower your withholding, and escrow an amount each month toward paying that school tax. 99% of the time, your mortgage payment already has an escrow service built in for taxes.

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        • H.R. says:

          Actually, my aim is to owe $200-$300 in taxes for the year. Not too much mind you, so that it’s a shock to the wallet or puts me in penalty territory.*

          It’s somewhat like a “90 days same as cash” deal. Sure, you have to pay up, but those dollars were at my disposal until I absolutely had to give them up. The idea is to get more out of those dollars while you have them, keep the extra, and then give up the original amount when it’s finally, really due.

          *The IRS didn’t like that thinking so years ago, they instituted a penalty for owing too much. I believe it was back when passbook savings were still around 4-5%, maybe more. Smart people had the minimum withheld, dumped their guess of what they’d owe into a savings account, then wrote a check in early April for their taxes. The trouble was that a lot of people didn’t bother with the “dump the money into the savings account part.”

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    • booger71 says:

      For the past 15 years, I have paid the Feds every April. I use the money the Feds would have normally stole from me in taxes during the year for my benefit. Of course one must be diligent to not spend this money during the year.

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      • lurker2 says:

        That’s actually a good idea. Even better than aiming for a $0 refund. Aim for the biggest payment you can make without penalty and then use that money to grow more money.

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      • H.R. says:

        Oops! I should have read down further, booger71. You had it covered. I inserted much the same just above and didn’t see your comment. My bad.

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    • Somebody says:

      Clearly she paid cash for her house, otherwise her escrow would be paying her property taxes. Also, if she doesn’t pay by the 1st of the year her amount due gets higher for property tax, conversely if she pays in November she gets a little discount.

      I bet you she is retired or semi-retired and her stocks made a lot of 💰, capital gain taxes.

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      • AmericaFirst says:

        Not necessarily, when we bought our house we were told that an escrow account would not be required if we had a 20% down payment.

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    • alligatriot says:

      If her refund was “slashed by $1400”, she is very likely not withholding enough from each paycheck. Also, she may have received a nice “raise” last year thanks to President Trump’s cutting her taxes. Also, she may be a moron.

      But none of the above makes good “anti-Donald Trump” headlines.

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    • Blitz_Burgh says:

      I am seeing this all over MSM and social media. I’ve called out and schooled a few people on twitter already. Most that actually respond when you look up their twitter handle are anti-Trump people. I have yet to find a pro-Trump person really complaining yet.

      The people that respond basically tell me I’m full of garbage and that they only got like 6 or 7 dollars extra per week but there taxes went up from 2 to 5 thousand dollars. They never offer proof so color me skeptical but until I do my own taxes I think these people are full of it.

      We need people from CTH to comment after doing their taxes to see in realtime how this is effecting people.

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      • crewdog52 says:

        Got $1M less on refund, but gained $2M over the year due to smaller withholding during the year. Bottom line $1M net to my advantage.

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    • piper567 says:

      covfefe, these news feeds are obviously compromised.
      this morning, mine asked, in all seriousness:
      Who had the bigger crowd? Beto or the President?
      didn’t read, but, Really?

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  21. Vito Romano says:

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  22. burnett044 says:

    In order to get a wall …PT will have to find a work around the Uni-party corrupt Congress and COC.
    a lot of money being made by the scum with open borders…
    was Trump sent by God/…no more than anyone of us I guess…..we have all the tools we need to fight the socialist scum….just need the will to fight and never ever give up…

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  23. MIKE says:

    Any NEW news coming out on Governor Baby-Killer and Lt. Gov. Bishslapper Rapeface today? Has state AG “Red Herring” announced the date of the next Klan rally?
    I would think Virginians would be curiouso…
    “Yawn”… they replied

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  24. lawton says:

    Barr will be approved sometime this Friday it appears.

    Liked by 7 people

  25. wyntre says:

    From last night!

    Liked by 8 people

  26. wyntre says:

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  27. amwick says:

    Just file this under “I blame lawyers”, eight invader families suing VSGPotus administration over cruel separation. They want 6 million in damages, each family… here, if you are interested: https://twitter.com/TheLastRefuge2/status/1095261995614564352
    Ok, I am hoping a lawyer could maybe evaluate the lawsuit as to its merit, or something???

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  28. Zippy says:

    “leaders who can make difficult, complex problems easier to understand”

    Thing is, the worst problems facing us AREN’T complex problems that are difficult to understand, they are very simple – SECURE THE BORDER, END CHAIN MIGRATION and do what every other country does – implement a MERIT-based immigration system. The only people presenting these as complex are the factions of the Deep State and UniParty who don’t want action on them, so PDJT is right on the money.

    Trump’s simple, confident language has strong historical roots
    February 11, 2019

    https://phys.org/news/2019-02-trump-simple-confident-language-strong.html

    To many, President Donald Trump’s use of nontraditional, off-the-cuff language seems unlike that of any other politician, but new research on the language of past and present world leaders reveals simple, straightforward messaging that exudes confidence may be the new norm—making Trump a man of his time, rhetorically speaking.

    The study, conducted by psychology researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

    “The findings confirm that President Trump and leaders like him did not emerge out of nowhere, but rather are the most recent incarnation of long-term political trends,” said Jamie Pennebaker, UT Austin psychology professor and co-author of the study. “Taken together, the trends suggest that voters may increasingly be drawn to leaders who can make difficult, complex problems easier to understand with intuitive, confident answers.”

    Liked by 4 people

    • FofBW says:

      First and foremost, tell the truth. That always works and easy to deliver one consistent message.

      Liars have to remember or make up new lies for purposes of confusion.

      Liked by 5 people

    • patrickhenrycensored says:

      Straight talk with no circular psychobabble.

      Liked by 4 people

      • The article over analyzes, and makes distinctions that make little difference, while missing the most important factor.

        The increasing attraction to Trump is because of the increasing wisdom level of people.
        Not so much his “simple and confident language”, not so much his explaining complex problems with simple language.
        For Trump supporters it is the “wise reasoning” that counts most.
        Reasonable people, just need wise reasoning, you could use “Pig Latin” as long as what you are saying, is the CBW (current best wisdom)

        Trump is not fooling anyone with is communication style.
        Trump is simply using language that brings the obvious truth to PC.
        Trump is just using language that brings the obvious truth to MSM media advocacy.
        Trump is increasong the wisdom level of America, that is the attraction.

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    • lolli says:

      Constantly trying to figure out why their us a glitch in their programming. Lol
      Seriously, it is due to access of information! Pres Trump verified what we were discovering through Internet.
      Before easy access with smart phones, it was slower, but still happening. (Back in the day we had no such access and is why older generations were so deceived and why they are mad as hell now.). PTs timing was perfect.
      As we all know, Now the powers that be are trying to shut up PT supporters on line.

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      • lolli says:

        sorry, their should be there and us should be is.
        I use my phone and such happens. Just don’t want thread disrupted due to someone correcting me. Lol

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  29. youme says:

    Congress continues to wage war on American workers…they do not want you to be able to support your family…they want you living on the street

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  30. Zippy says:

    Breaking. The “tentative deal” – only $1.4 billion for “border funding”:

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  31. lawton says:

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2019/02/11/special-counsel-robert-mueller-may-not-say-anything-russia-probe/1422892002/

    Robert Mueller has spent two years investigating Trump, and he hasn’t said a word. It’s possible he never will.

    Justice Department rules require that Mueller submit a confidential report when his work is done. William Barr, the man likely to be confirmed as his next boss, cast doubton whether he would permit that document to be revealed. Those who know him say Mueller, reluctant to speak publicly even when the circumstances seem to require it, is unlikely to do it on his own.

    “A public narrative has built an expectation that the special counsel will explain his conclusions, but I think that expectation may be seriously misplaced,” said John Pistole, Mueller’s longtime top deputy at the FBI. “That’s not what the rules provide, and I really don’t see him straying from the mission. That’s not who he is.”

    The Justice Department’s special counsel rules don’t call for Mueller to make any public statements about his work, let alone deliver a report of what he has found. Instead, his confidential report must explain why he filed the charges he did and why he might have declined to bring charges against others. It would be up to the attorney general to decide whether that becomes public.
    ————————–

    Seeing a lot of these articles lately suggesting they are probably being planted by the crooks on Mueller’s team since they know their time is up.

    Since the whole special counsel was a joke just used to protect the real criminals from investigation for their crimes during this time there will probably just be the most basic summary sent to AG Barr in the next few weeks explaining why people were charged and that is it.

    At most you might see a joke lying charge on Trump Jr. or Kushner on crap that could be he said/she said but that is about it I think. I think that might really get Trump worked up if they were to pull that however instead of just another joke indictment against Corsi or someone like that.

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    • Michelle says:

      It’s amazing how “journalists” can get away with writing such misleading stuff as “the investigation revealed extensive Moscow ties” and “multiple executives and confidantes were charged.” It’s been like 3 people! With charges nothing to do with the campaign.

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  32. NJF says:

    The SJW brigade is completely triggered.

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 breathe 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 breathe 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 breathe

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  33. G3 says:

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  34. andyocoregon says:

    IMO, she should not only be removed from Congress, but also from our Country.

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/02/11/republicans-omar-zeldin-foreign-affairs/

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  35. Dora says:

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  36. kyblue says:

    Kurt Schlichter is up to his ‘normal’ best with a counter proposal to the green deal.

    https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2019/02/11/how-about-a-red-white-and-blue-new-deal-n2541116

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  37. patrickhenrycensored says:

    There is a light at the end of the democrat tunnel.
    Unfortunately, it is the headlight of the Trump Train bearing down on them.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. henry says:

    Help me jar my memory guys.
    Wasn’t RR supposed to resign this month?
    Wasn’t Herr Mueller’s report due this month?
    What’s happened to Flynn?

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  39. G3 says:

    Booker told the vegan magazine VegNews earlier this month that he became vegan after coming to the realization that eating eggs “didn’t align with my spirit.”
    https://theresurgent.com/2019/02/12/cory-booker-wants-government-to-drastically-increase-the-cost-of-meat-to-encourage-veganism/

    Jay-Z and Beyoncé are encouraging everyone to take part in the plant-based food revolution.
    Beyoncé’s preparations for Coachella turned out to be an outlet for Beyoncé and Jay-Z to issue their plant-based manifesto.

    —- imagine that! I bet Corey can really align his 💲pirit with them.

    Liked by 1 person

    • moe2004 says:

      Burgers for lunch anyone?

      Liked by 1 person

    • andyocoregon says:

      I think these loony liberal vegans have eaten too many loco weed salads.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Guyski says:

      Cory Booker has major fat potential. That is why he is a vegetarian.

      Liked by 1 person

      • PInky1920 says:

        Booker is a loser. He’s got a tiny head on an out of shape flabby body. He’s got small forearms and tiny man hands. Is this the idiot who fancies himself Spartacus? Now he’s vegan? I doubt Spartacus types were. I seldom comment on a persons physical appearance, but this guy is just so FOS.

        He’s an affirmative action, unaccomplished, liar. He’s jumped on the government “job for life” gravy train and he longs for Dingell status; he would never in a million years make it in the private sector, and he knows it.

        This is what our enemies are watching and hoping for: weak and stupid. The clown car is full of them; any of them will do.

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    • G3 says:

      I am vegetarian- I have been most of my life.
      I wouldn’t ever force or push it on anyone else. Actually, I’m happy to learn to prepare foods for others.

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  40. magatrump says:

    The potential deal that gives POTUS 1.4 billion for the wall is not that bad. If POTUS says he will sign this and build the 55 miles of wall and then do an emergency order for the rest of the 5.7 billion.
    If he does this he wins outright. Remember the Dems said not one dollar for the wall and they agreed to 1.4 billion and with the money from the other departments the whole needed 260 miles of wall will be built. POTUS can show the wall being built everyday up to the election and he could show how illegal crossings go down by 90%.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      But even $5.7 Billion easn’t everything we needed! Just a start. FYI.

      We probably built mire under both Bush Jr and Obama – granted, some of it poor quality.

      I think we gave 600 good miles built? 200 miles inadequate?

      I’d cut a deal at $4B or $3.5B to get the ball rolling, but this is an insult.

      Does this tell us Shelby is Swamp?

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  41. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  42. Texian says:

    Texas Lawmakers Propose State Wall Funding..

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/02/10/trump-heads-to-el-paso-amid-stalled-wall-negotiations-texas-lawmakers-propose-state-wall-funding/#

    ——————————————————–

    I would like to add to this proposal.. A way to pay for it.. A State Law Revision whose time is way past due..

    Revise the Texas Antiquities Law (1969) regarding shipwreck treasure sites. Use the Florida and Louisiana Law as a model for revision..

    This will spur jobs and increase State Revenue on many levels..

    It also will enrich our Texas History greatly with all the new finds..

    There are hundreds of millions of dollars out there – let the People find it and the State can just sit back and take their share..

    Because right now The State of Texas is not getting a dime.. And neither is the Discoverer.. The current law just makes the finders quickly plunder and leave..

    If you found gold or silver bars, or located a spanish cannon in Texas waters.. Anybody in their right mind are not going to say a damn thing.. Because the current law doesn’t give the Discoverer a damn dime.. So they will just take the money and run..

    A Bass Ackwards Law..

    How about some common sense legislation on this matter.. And pay for The Wall.. And have additional revenue.. And additional Texas History to spare.. Texas Historical Museums would be overflowing..

    It’s a gift that keeps on giving.. A simple Win Win Win.. For all parties involved..

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  43. Troublemaker10 says:

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  44. linda4298 says:

    https://www.yourvoiceamerica.tv/bombshell-former-trump-lawyer-slams-mueller-probe-maintains-president-will-be-cleared-knock-it-off-and-get-it-d
    ABC NEWS: The veteran criminal defense attorney who headed President Donald Trump’s legal team during a crucial stretch of the special counsel investigation believes the entire affair will end in silence from special counsel Robert Mueller, and called the massive two-year probe into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign “a terrible waste of time. BOMBSHELL – Former Trump lawyer slams Mueller probe, maintains president will be cleared: ‘Knock it off and get it done’ Bill Mitchell February 12, 2019
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    ABC NEWS: The veteran criminal defense attorney who headed President Donald Trump’s legal team during a crucial stretch of the special counsel investigation believes the entire affair will end in silence from special counsel Robert Mueller, and called the massive two-year probe into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign “a terrible waste of time.”

    “I don’t think there’ll be a report,” John Dowd told ABC News in a wide-ranging interview for the premiere episode of “The Investigation,” a new podcast focused on the probe led by special counsel Robert Mueller. “I will be shocked if anything regarding the president is made public, other than ‘We’re done.’”

    Dowd, 77, left his role as Trump’s lead attorney last March over differing views about how cooperative to be with prosecutors. But after spending nearly a year guiding the president’s legal strategy, he forged a close relationship with Trump and continues to speak with him about the Russia probe.

    In one of his most in-depth interviews since departing Trump’s legal team, he offered a view of the probe very much in line with that of the president -– namely, that it lacks merit.

    “I know exactly what [Mueller] has,” Dowd said. “I know exactly what every witness said, what every document said. I know exactly what he asked. And I know what the conclusion or the result is,” he said, describing the sweeping efforts by Trump’s legal team to assess the case by speaking to dozens of witnesses. Based on that knowledge, Dowd said, “there’s no basis. There’s no exposure. It’s been a terrible waste of time.”

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  45. magatrump says:

    President Trump is doing a fantastic job. God Bless President Trump. He is an awesome fighter for us. His SOTU was awesome. God bless and protect him.

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