February 18th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #760

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  1. NJF says:

    Very good, all encompassing by victor davis Hanson.

    Liked by 26 people

    • Concernedcitizen says:

      And now Mr. Barr, the Nation turns its lonely eyes to you.

      Liked by 4 people

    • dawg says:

      That is very good, Im passing it around as much as possible because it sums it all up very nicely.

      Liked by 6 people

    • billygoat65 says:

      Nice summation, thanks for that! I am happy to see this getting more coverage. Thanks to Sundance and all the work he does we Treepers have known this stuff for a long time now and it has been frustrating that no one in the media seemed to care.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        Billygoat65: you say “it has been frustrating that no one in the media seemed to care.”

        The fact is, they are not hired to care. They are hired to propagate fake news (and miscellaneous liberal propaganda), and quickly dismissed if they deviate from it. They are deep state servants on a salary. The internet is the best vehicle to combat and defeat the lamestream media.

        Scott Pelley is a long-time slave, errr, employee of David Rhodes, brother of Ben Rhodes (Obama’s Deputy National Security adviser) and former CBS head honcho (he was replaced last month but don’t expect better from his successor).

        When interviewed about the McCabe interview, Pelley and his producer admitted that they had made themselves available to McCabe long ago for a travesty of the kind that was perpetrated yesterday on “60 Minutes”. It was sheer garbage, with questions either given to McCabe ahead of time or chosen by McCabe so that the fired, lying FBI seditionist would look competent and courageous to lofos. Comey and McCabe were (are) partners in crime; both violated laws and lied to courts of law without compunction. Life in prison or a firing squad is what both of them deserve.

        BTW, why did the McCabes accept some $700,000 in 2015 political contributions to Jill (McCabe’s wife running for a seat in the Virginia senate – which she lost) from the Clintons? (via Clinton’s stooge Terry McAuliffe). Wasn’t the newly minted FBI fake hero and purchased democrat not aware of his humongous conflict of interest during the 2016 presidential election?

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    • thegoosefish says:

      the episode was used to knock Trump’s approval rating below 50%. that was it’s purpose.

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    • WRB says:

      That is a good find. Victor David Hanson spells it out very nicely. But I would quibble that the coup has failed. I would argue that it is failing, but like the endings of those scary movies, it might yet rise from the dead for one last stab.

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      • Ken Lawson says:

        WRB- I really respect Victor Davis Hanson and love reading his work and watching him being interviewed. However, I think you are correct. I think your point that it is failing, and has not fully failed yet makes the most sense. And, it is possible that it could be saved from the grave, possibly for even more than one last stab, if we’re not careful.

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    • ladypenquin says:

      Brilliant, Victor David Hanson.

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  2. Here is the level of LYING that we are up against with the Demon Rats and their allies.

    Just watch this creep Smollett- he believe his own BS about the phony attack and so will most of the stupid people who watch this crap.

    Let’s see if and when this story gets walked back and the TRUTH comes out.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I am trying to figure out what was such a deal about the lynching law they passed. I might read it later.

      If it is now a Federal crime then the FBI will keep stats. Does that mean all suicides by hanging will now be recorded as an unsolved lynching? If so, expect the fake lynching numbers to be pulled to create racial division, courtesy of the democrats.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Generate a fire where there isn’t any. Not bad. The country is good enough you have to invent it as someone else said.

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      • mimbler says:

        I haven’t read the law, but I saw a comment saying it basically creates “thought” crimes.

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        • Leaving says:

          This is correct. Many acts are crimes. Passing a second law that makes the penalty worse based on ones motivation enters into having that motivation a crime.

          It’s illegal to murder someone. The penalty is not worse if you murder them for being jealous of the money they make. The penalty is worse for not liking the color of their skin.

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          • bertdilbert says:

            But it would already be a hate crime . Maybe they needed triple punishment in the land where you can only go to trial once for the same crime.

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      • bessie2003 says:

        I saw the anti-lynching law as part of creating a legal framework for their real goal of paying reparations.

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      • Bert Darrell says:

        When did PDJT sign an anti-lynching law? I thought that lynching was made a crime a loooong time ago. If I’m wrong please direct me to the precise congressional act signed by a POTUS. I very much doubt that posturing by the likes of K. Harris and C. Booker would be considered to be a law.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          It passed the senate with 100 votes last year 12/19/2018 and yet to be voted on in the house.

          Assuming it is taken up in the house with the same fervor, Trump will not have to take up his pen.. At this point you are placing your money on Nancy is gonna say no to this.

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    • JAS says:

      Meanwhile, this will not be making the MSM:

      “Man accused of pulling gun on victim wearing MAGA hat”

      https://www.wbko.com/content/news/Man-arrested-after-alleged-incident-at-Sams-Club-in-Bowling-Green-505971901.html

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    • JAS says:

      Meanwhile, this other story will not be reported by the MSM – wonder why?:

      “Man accused of pulling gun on victim wearing MAGA hat”

      https://www.wbko.com/content/news/Man-arrested-after-alleged-incident-at-Sams-Club-in-Bowling-Green-505971901.html

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      • Blue Moon says:

        The local Fox TV station refused to report on this until so many people contacted them and wanted to know why they were not reporting on it. They finally put it on their website and then reported on it last night on the 10:00 news. This morning they interviewed the victim. The guy was from Tennessee and came here with his mother to shop. They caught him outside by his Mom’s car—he couldn’t get in cause she had the keys. He had those wide “eyes” like the rest of the crazies.

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    • gingergal says:

      Jussie wasn’t expecting his manager to call the cops.

      He was hoping to get the assault out to the media first, give false description of perps, sending investigation in the wrong direction.

      It went out of his control immediately.

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    • andyocoregon says:

      I saw this in the comments section of another source….

      “Let’s not forget that Colin Flaherty put up a video of the other star on Empire named Taraji Henson. She wrote an article about how the police racially profiled her son and pulled his car over and treated him so bad. Of course most people and the media took it hook, line and sinker. That is until the police released the video. The police officer was very professional and courteous to her son. The officer even gave her son a break by not arresting him for having an illegal prescription and marijuana. Taraji Henson made an apology after the video came out.”

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    • Zippy says:

      “Fake noose”?

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    • Carrie says:

      It is a very detailed lie. Investigators usually say if there is too much detail it’s probably false. His best interview would be right after it happened. Here it is highly rehearsed and he could easily memorize a script for this. I’m just really hoping he does jail time because I am so angry at this BS and it has to stop once and for all. And let’s hope they release all of his texts around the time of the attack. Be curious to see what he was saying and to whom…

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I have a feeling that this is only going to get worse. Even if he gets jail time, it won’t stop it from being done again. They will just adjust their stories to make them move believable and carry on. 🙄

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      • ATthispointwhatdifferencedoesitmake says:

        I could just hear Columbo say ” One more thing I can’t get straight in my head , the sandwich, why hold on to the sandwich ??

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    • mvneeds2016 says:

      Was talking about this with hubby and I bet he went into character actor mode, as this was nothing more then a performance. I want to know what part Kamala “Hateful” Harris and Corey “Big Eyes” Booker played in this fiasco.

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      • Joe K Lombard says:

        See American Thinker today–input from a Hollywood connected BLACK man suggested Booker and Harris behind Jussie in order to enhance their anti-lynching bill. He’s miffed because the bill also panders to the LGBT types, that they are riding along the black experience. Basically, Jussie your basic Dem tool

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      • Attorney at Law says:

        They both were YUGEly involved, I’d place bets.

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      • Zorro says:

        Harris and Booker are highly suspect. After all both of them participated in the Kavanaugh fraud. A fraud, that if we had justice, could bring indictments against several participants. Remember Harris, herself, brought forward another accuser against Kavanaugh, as part of her role in the fraud.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Po Jussie the victim, got that mental illness on full display.
      And the democrat lies are quite moving.

      Nobody’s buying your BS Sally.

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  3. NC Mom says:

    My memory is too good to forget all the rabid defenses here of Sessions just 18/12 months ago. I was thrilled originally when Sessions was appointed but his self imposed recusal immediately was the “tell”. It was evident that Sessions was either a plant or a weak spined FOOL. Rather than responding in comment….I took the advice of many Treepers and committed the situation to our Lord and prayer. “Thank you to the Jesus” that Pres Trump has thus far survived in office. Please Lord…may your Truth be revealed and JUSTICE meted out! Protect your man President Donald Trump.

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  4. AmericaFirst says:

    I continue to believe that Sessions was just outplayed by how evil the plotters were. He is a good and hard working man, in way over his head in this demonic den of corrupt schemers.

    His big deal is, was, has always been, saving the country from the ongoing invasion, to the point of single-handedly stopping the Gang of Eight Traitors Amnesty. Yes, he did that. He thought during the campaign that President Trump was the most sincere and most likely to follow through with curtailing the American population replacement. Most of us voted for our patriotic President because we also view him as the most likely of anyone to succeed in this endeavor, though it may be too late to save the Republic.

    I saw President Trump’s tweet; Sessions did him no favors by recusing, but Sessions only did that because he wanted to always take the most virtuous road – a risky practice when the road is filled with snakes.

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    • nats1mom says:

      Agree with your comment AF: “…has always been saving the country from the ongoing invasion…” Thank you.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I did not see any way around Sessions not recusing from an investigation that might include him. If Trump fired sessions, Rosenstein would be his replacement until the swamp approved a replacement.

      This was a no win situation.

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    • Amy2 says:

      That’s my take as well. When you don’t think like a criminal you can get tripped up. Better to get tripped up though…

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Yes, I agree with this assessment.

      Good people tend to believe that others are as they are… and it doesn’t go well.

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    • covfefe_USA says:

      Agree with this assessment completely, AF. Remember the vote count on his confirmation – he barely squeeked by.

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    • NJF says:

      I agree with this assessment, with one other point. When Sessions realized he was going to be backed into a corner he should have withdrawn his nomination & either accept another job or go back to the senate.

      Not only did Sessions harm the administration, but we lost the senate seat on top of it.

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    • davidb says:

      I disagree. It wasn’t the recusal that was most damaging to Trump. It was the blatant refusal to investigate and prosecute crimes from the likes of Lerner, Ohr, Awan, etc……easy pickings that he just let slide. Awan did MAJOR damage to the US. Sessions is as big of a piece of shit as Muledog. Period.

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      • Points well taken. He also could have filled the docket with prosecuting all the LEAKERS.

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      • Outerlimitsfan says:

        Agreed completely. Once he refused to hold Lois Lerner accountable fairly early on for targeting conservative groups, I knew things looked grim. Lerner was low hanging fruit and Jeff couldn’t even be bothered with that.

        He was ok on immigration issues, but that’s about it. He acted like he recused himself from most things(not just the Russia investigation) and Rod was pretty much the AG.

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      • lolli says:

        DavidB,
        The Lerner, Awan, etc were hard to reconcile with Sessions reputation.
        A couple of other points; President Trump told us more than once that Sessions had not told him he would recuse. PT tweeted many times in regard to Sessions.
        Now, President Trump tweets that Sessions hired Rosie and is a “beauty”

        How do you defend Sessions and still trust President Trump?
        Serious question. Not snark.

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      • purpleibby says:

        He refused to investigate for many reasons, learning that McCabe put him under investigation probably had something to do with it as well!

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    • Inspector 71 says:

      The coup plotters depended on Sessions’ virtue and entrapped him to recuse.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I agree with you AmericaFirst.

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    • At this juncture of time we MUST all be aware that AG Session recusal was done WITHOUT EVEN CONSULTING WITH THE BOSS. PDJT!!! That is what got him fired. Stink Rosenstein put some artificial sounding diatribe and Sessions fell for it. Instead of going to the President, he waffled.

      PDJT needs/still needs strong people of character. I’m not saying that Sessions is not of character but his lack of candor with the President did him no favors….Anyone can ONLY imagine when PDJT found out…he was looking for someone’s head!!!

      When the President is facing a room full armed people and in close quarters, one needs to expert in hand-to-hand…Like this gentleman, Col Anthony Biddle: https://bowieknifefightsfighters.blogspot.com/2010/11/more-on-col-anthony-j-drexel-biddle.html.

      AG Sessions waffled and did not lean into the situation and rip Rosies head completely off. It was set up that way before AG Sessions walked through the building!!!

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    • vikingmom says:

      I continue to suspect that the Swamp had some dirt on Jeff Sessions, as they do on almost every political figure in DC, of both parties. Whether financial improprieties, a sexual dalliance, a hidden addiction, or an embarrassing moment from decades ago, they wait until they need to drop the hammer and then a little visit is made and the info is revealed…no idea what they had on Jeff Sessions but the turnaround in his demeanor was so obvious that it must have been something he really didn’t want to be made public!

      I would highly recommend that everyone read “The Firm” by John Grisham. It is the clearest picture out there of how to destroy someone’s life and take ownership of their actions and I am very sure that it happens every single day in DC!

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    • An American says:

      AmericaFirst, Sessions was just outplayed? How could that be? How long was he in the Senate? He knew all the players. He knew who the Democrat & Republican scum were and are. He was not some old naive Southern gentleman. And President Trump, he knew and knows what he is and our country is up against. Let Trump be Trump, he’s got this. MAGA!

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    • TPW says:

      It was not virtuous for Sessions to let Lerner off

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    • WATCHER says:

      As much disappointment Jeff Sessions brought, he did do one very, very commendable act, for which if nothing else, I will give him honour.

      When Judge Gloria Ann Navarro (hand-picked by then Senator Harry Reid, and put on the bench in Clark County, Nevada) was stone-walling the Bundy defense team for TWO YEARS in their efforts to obtain documents,

      Jeff Sessions DID bring in Dayle Elieson, a Texas attorney who had earned her law
      degree from Brigham Young University to replace Nevada’s acting U.S. attorney, Steven Myhre, who obstructed all documents and justice for the Bundy’s defense team.

      There was much to this case, which had nothing to do with “paying grazing fees”, or
      any such garbage.

      But it had more to do with Harry Reid, his 5 sons (4 who are attorneys for mining companies, and the 5th one, Rory, made the deal w/China’s energy company for ‘solar projects’ which needed land acquisitions.)

      It also involved Harry Reid’s senior staff person, Neil Kornze, who Reid sent to
      Washington, DC to become the National Director of the Bureau of Land Management
      in early 2014.
      It was under Neil Kornze’s direct supervision the SWAT teams, raids, impoundment
      of cattle, and assault’s on the Bundy’s occurred in 2014.

      Neil Kornze’s dad, Larry Kornze, sat on the Board of Directors of URANIUM mining
      companies in CANADA, and was chief mining exploration head in Nevada for 14 years.
      (Remember, H.Clinton’s payments for URANIUM ONE were sent to her foundation that she chartered in Canada for that purpose).

      Dayle Elieson, having worked under Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott ,( who told
      the Bureau of Land Management to stay the hell out of Texas, when the BLM was attempting their Red River land grab), was the perfect person to send to Nevada to help
      the Bundy’s. That act of Jeff Sessions, helps mollify the despairing disappointment of
      other lack of actions one would have wished took place.

      And for any naysayers, you may want to ask: WHY did Harry Reid have Judge Gloria Ann Navarro get rid of Clark County’s Recorder of Deeds, who would have had intimate knowledge of all Bureau of Land Management’s seizure of lands, that were then transferred to Harry Reid’s corporations (Bunkerville LLC, Reid Associates) AT NO
      COST ? ? ?

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  5. Bogeyfree says:

    One other point, the spending bill the senate recently sent to PT passed with a vote of 83-15.

    With the current makeup in the Senate of 53-47 it means to Impeach PT and remove him from office, the Dems only need 20 Republicans to vote for Impeachment.

    So IMO in order to do that and remain stealthy, they MUST have “cover” or a made up charge that can be spun by the media as see there are high crimes and misdemeanors and why they HAD to vote against PT.

    A made up obstruction charge on anything would provide that cover IMO.

    IMO there is immense pressure by “handlers” of Congress to vote to Impeach PT and remove him from office BEFORE he exposes everything.

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    • peace says:

      Impeaching Trump will work against them. Clinton was impeached and re-elected.

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      • Timmy-the-Ute says:

        Clinton was impeached in his second term but his polls went up during impeachment.

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        • TPW says:

          Did Clinton have the media against Him?

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          • thedoc00 says:

            Besides 100% media support, the Clintons also enjoyed the support of a substantial number of voters who saw through idiotic, politically motivated, zipper based case of the Republicans. Plus, the democrat party and many in the Republican party also supported Clinton.

            The impeachment attempt by Gingrich as the dumbest and most ineptly run political ploy played by the Republicans in modern times and President Trump is still paying the price.

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            • Leaving says:

              My recollection is that the investigation had nothing to do with sexual activity, they just caught him in a lie about that.

              You should research the term “Whitewater” in connection to the Clintons. 2016 or even 2012 wasn’t their first rodeo.

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              • thedoc00 says:

                I know White Water having followed it from the time Clinton was governor. You need to learn how to read because the actual impeachment charges stemmed from lying about his zipper issues to the grand jury and had zero to do with White Water. Gingrich and company ran a political hit job and failed miserably. It was a sham after the Republicans failed miserably on the White Water front.

                The Clintons should have been brought up on charges long before they got to the White House on White Water as there was zero evidence by time Gingrich failed miserably and set up the entire train of political revenge that has occurred since.

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            • Kintbury says:

              Nice Try. Clinton was bonking a subordinate in the White House for crying out loud. Imagine being the secretary who was gatekeeper outside his office. She must have been constantly in a state of panic that Hildabeast would show up unannounced. He also got people to lie for him. If someone needed to be monitored for mental health issues it was him, so smug, so superior, absolutely no moral compass. He also was found guilty of lying under oath or perjury and lost his license to practice law.

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              • thedoc00 says:

                You proved my point, it was a miserable hit job over zipper issues. There were many Presidents before Bill who should have been impeached for the same “crime”.

                It was political pure and simple. I have detested the Clintons since their time in charge of Arkansas but even I was against the stupidity of the Republicans pulling this stunt at the time. Especially given it totally derailed “Contract with America” that was actually making progress. It was as if the Republicans looked at success and said they could not stand it.

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      • LCSmom says:

        Except Clinton was not removed from office by the senate. I think Bogey is saying the current Republican-run senate would also vote to remove if Trump there is anything they can hang it on.

        I used to think the Republicans would not vote to remove him after so much early economic success for Trump, or that they would come around to his winning, but I realize now that the senators care only about their own power and money.

        Save for a few Congress people, they are all corrupt.

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      • TomH says:

        Wrong. Check your dates. But the Dems. benefited in the ’98 midterms.

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    • dawg says:

      I think every day that goes by, more of the Russia hoax is revealed as total BS. Therefore, any basis for a legitimate obstruction charge also crumbles, because, its becoming obvious and undeniable to everyone that there was NO JUSTICE TO OBSTRUCT, in regard to PT/Russia/etc…

      Brennan, Comey, McCabe, Mueller, etc, etc….were the ones actually obstructing justice.

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      • Leaving says:

        I hate to be an eyeor, but it’s what I am…

        All of this assumes pols in DC still care what the people think. I’m not convinced they do.

        If the have a media that holds their water and a way to rig elections, what is to stop them from completely ignoring their constituency?

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        • dawg says:

          The argument is the RINOs need something to give them cover to be able to vote for impeachment and still maintain hopes of getting re-elected And I agree with that. My point is, the legitimacy of “obstruction of justice” being a cover for that is rapidly eroding.

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          • Concerned Virginian says:

            I say: IF the House can’t find enough/make up enough lies to create a charge against POTUS of Obstruction of Justice, I guaran-damn-tee you that the House is actively working on Plan B and Plan C: potential charges of some kind of “high crimes and misdemeanors” like violating the Emoluments Clause. And also that the House is working WITH the Senate behind the scenes to make sure there will be the 2/3 majority required to convict POTUS and remove him.
            The next target is Pence. But he’s an easy one. In the event he would assume the Presidency, it’s a no-brainer that Pence would be a “work across the aisle” place-holder for the Democrats in 2020.

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            • Oh, ok we are ALL that gullible to be bait and switched at the last minute after TWO years of this FARCE, and ALL the crimes committed and ignored to get here. NO F*cking way.

              I HOPE they try that garbage. Ever hear the term fruit of the poisonous tree? Hell, now, ANYTHING else tried on Trump would be a bushel of poisonous fruit, would fail MISERABLY, AND result in at least sedition charges against ANY who tried it if not TREASON.

              I would love to see them all try it. Why? because the tree of Liberty needs fertilized with the blood of tyrants and patriots from time to time. Were they to even ATTEMPT that now, after ALL this, I would RELISH the removal, trial, and sentencing of ALL who would involve themselves in that attempt.

              I can think of NO better way to completely drain the swamp once and for all. Then maybe we could get our country back as founded as all the corrupt would be imprisoned of hung. Either would work for me!

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          • ANY rep who votes for ANY impeachment or conviction based on this farce has WAAAAY more to worry about besides getting re-elected. Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness being paramount among those things.

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          • NC Patriot says:

            And there are 20 or so of them up for re-election this go round.

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        • frank says:

          Leaving,They do not care what we think,want or do.They used to at least fake listening to voters.Some of these elite clowns actually feared voter backlash.Like the media,the masks are off.

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        • Umm, i’ll play. How about the US military? If NOT them, then how about 63 MILLION or more pissed off supporters marching on the “hallowed” halls on Capital hill with MANY armed to the teeth and seeking justice.

          Those in power KNOW the only think that keeps them “safe” are NOT the Capital police, their armed security, or even the Military, no, it is NOT pushing the wrong buttons and pissing off millions.

          Maybe they thought they could get away with it when so many were still “asleep”, Now, in the age of Trump? NO WAY they take that chance. They will simply go back to “pretending” to care what we think, and act accordingly, for a time at least until the “heat” has passed.

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      • BINGO..someone else “gets” it!

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      • WATCHER says:

        Please refer to above post for the absolutely REAL reason the Democrats (H.Clinton) are
        obstructing justice:
        Clinton is the one who took $145 MILLION in payments just to transfer United States uranium to the Russians.

        Pelosi is the one who DID NOT VET the occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue 2008- 2016.
        Harry Reid, Pelosi, Clinton, Mueller, Comey, McCabe have all been close personal friends, political allies, and criminals for over 30 years.

        Brennan obstructed United States Constitutional law and the safety and security of
        America’s Citizens because of his conversion to Moslem, and alliance with Sotero,
        Eric Holder, and Valerie Jarrett.
        But they could not have got as far as they did, without the political and criminal backing of Clinton & her hold on the crooked FBI: Mueller, Comey, McCabe, Strozk, Page.

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      • jebg46 says:

        Agree,besides it is not obstruction by PDJT because he was fighting crimes by these people in all the government agencies against the USA & the presidency, a coup.

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    • Impeachment is a no-go if the Senate was part of the conspiracy.

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    • Outerlimitsfan says:

      Right now I could see 4 to 7 Republicans in the Senate joining the Dems. The Never Trump gang.

      Fortunately we replaced a couple terrible ones like Corker and some Democrats with hopefully solid Republicans.(Missouri, North Dakota, Tennessee, etc…). However, having Romney elected negates that to some extent.

      The big factor is Trump holding on to his base. With his approval numbers being solid with Republican voters, Senate Republicans are much more hesitant to upset the base and torpedo their own political futures.

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    • cjzak says:

      I’m thinking the Senate voted to approve overwhelmimgly because they knew PT was going to sign it. He said so before the vote. Maybe there were some anti Trumpers who voted yes, but maybe there were some PT supporting Senators too, who thought they were doing what PT wanted by voting yes. I do not think that 20 Senators would vote to impeach him. Could be wrong, but I just don’t think so.

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    • billygoat65 says:

      I have little doubt the Senate will vote to remove President Trump if the House votes to impeach him. I do not trust the Senate at all. Trillons are at stake.

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    • That time has PASSED ( when Sessions was removed and RR was essentially running the show was their “chance” But, they DID NOT have the House then, so it would have ended before it began. Not even Ryan would have been THAT stupid. He was better as a pretender AND OBSTRUCTIONIST.

      Were they to try it NOW, Trump will simply release EVERYTHING and fully expose their treachery for the WORLD to see. NO WAY ANY Rep Senator is going to insert their heads into the noose the Dems and cabal are now being fitted for. ANY rep who went along would then be COMPLICIT in the coup, and liable to the same punishment that WILL be hitting the cabal.

      Not even Romney, Murkowski, or Collins will be stupid enough to 1) fully expose themselves as uniparty, and 2) take the risk of WHEN the coup fails, being arrested and tried for TREASON facing DEATH.

      Those three will take their veiled “swipes” and “slights” but in the end NO WAY even THEY will want to be part and parcel implicated in a coup, especially over the current bull.

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      • NC Patriot says:

        Especially now that you have Graham—on TV–crying about a coup against POTUS. (yesterday–from overseas)

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        • Notice the sudden shift to using words like coup, cabal, treason, sedition, controlling authority, etc. The tide IS turning.

          I and others have been using those words for over a year, we were thought as “conspiracy nuts” Now it is becoming apparent that we weren’t so nutty after all. Those words are now in the stream of consciousness, whether the left like it or not. What’s next? How about people start shining the light on one BHO. (like I and others have been for over a year) He was and IS the controlling authority behind it ALL. The smear campaign, the attempted coup, and now the obstruction and cover up. ALL to save HIM.

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  7. thegoosefish says:

    Actually, it occurred to me, that what we have here is an opportunity for Republican Senators, which PDJT is handing to them, and Graham is picking up on, and that opportunity is for Republicans to completely reshape the DOJ and FBI to their own choosing, for decades to come. Hate to make religious comparisons and all, but PDJT, is taking it on the chin for this to occur. Will be interesting to see if they take the gift in full or merely continue to question it.

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    • winky says:

      Perfect…….and so much more. Maybe we should all add to this list and make it go viral. Can you imagine how long that list would be?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Excellent except one small detail. The MSM and the Dems use “collusion” as a crime, because they think we are all stupid. Collusion IS NOT a crime. This is NOT collusion, it is a CONSPIRACY. Learn the word, it WILL be used A LOT in the coming months…AGAINST the Cabal.

      Conspiracy: “a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful.”
      Collusion HAS no legal criminal definition.

      In the Watergate scandal, did they charge G Gordon Liddy with collusion? No, he was charged with a CONSPIRACY. THAT is the crimes here by the Cabal, MSM, Congress critters, and foreign Govt’s and spies. The cabal and their MSM sycophants KNOW this, it is EASY to try and smear someone with “collusion” a non existent crime.

      One could be “set up” to collude by simply TALKING to another “agent”. ( see the Don Jr Trump tower meeting) Conspiracy is a whole different ballgame. You don’t “collude” to commit a crime, you CONSPIRE. Was ANY Mafioso charged with “collusion” nope, CONSPIRACY.

      Sorry, did not mean to “step” on your very valid post. The word games by the Dems just piss me off, and I feel the need to refute it ANY time I see it. Apologies.

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  8. Dora says:

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  9. Dora says:

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  10. paulraven1 says:

    After Covington and the Smollett case, why in God’s name would any self-respecting Trump associate, cabinet member or anyone associated him have any further contact with the MSM — EXCEPT to humiliate them? Patronize alternatives, build up the image and credibility of the counter-cultural media, Christian media, struggling outfits. We’ve hit bottom with these people. Only a self-loathing retard would continue to consent to legitimize the MSM’s fraudulent and toxic existence.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      FYI: To some people, the use of that descriptor (typed after “self-loathing”) is offensive.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Chip Doctor says:

        Sandra-va, I have a learning disabled daughter. I am one of those that find it offensive. Thank you for your gentle reprimand.

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        • Sandra-VA says:

          You never know who is reading here… I also have family members who are learning disabled so am very cognizant of the hateful labels.

          It doesn’t take too my energy to think a little more before using such terms.

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      • phillip jeffreys says:

        No it’s not. The issue is who it is ascribed to. Truly impaired? Yes…offensive. Lying frauds like McCabe, Comey, Brennan….any MSM talking head? No. The latter have a choice.

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      • Sparky5253 says:

        Oh for heaven’s sake! Consider the context of the comment and for whom the descriptor was used. Political correctness is a pox on free speech and a tool used by the Left as a cudgel.

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  11. andyocoregon says:

    Honoring our best Presidents on this day….

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  12. citizen817 says:

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  13. Dora says:

    Hey Al, we are still waiting for YOU to pay the price for Tawana Brawley!

    Liked by 10 people

  14. kyblue says:

    Victor Davis Hanson absolutely rips into McCabe, Comey, Mueller, Brennan, Clapper & a whole lot more sanctimonious frauds for concocting the Russian farce to disable a sitting president. An essay very well done.

    Well worth a read.

    https://amgreatness.com/2019/02/17/autopsy-of-a-dead-coup/

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  15. jack says:

    If a black man lynches himself is it a HATE Crime?

    If 2 black guys lynch a black man is it a Hate Crime?

    If a black guy lynches a white man wearing a MAGA hat is that a Hate Crime?

    If a black guy lynches a white man … wearing a MEGA Hat is that a Hate Crime? (or applauded by Leftists)

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  16. Sandra-VA says:

    Please tell me how clear cutting 6300 acres of rural forest and replacing those trees with 3500 acres of toxic chemical filled solar panels that will FRY all the birds is environmentally a good thing?

    So, a green new deal means killing the planet even faster?

    This is happening in Fredricksburg, VA – against the objections of the people that live there.

    https://www.fredericksburg.com/news/local/spotsylvania/massive-solar-farm-proposed-in-spotsylvania/article_90aef064-ff0f-5d38-96dd-230e95675019.html

    https://www.fredericksburg.com/news/local/fredericksburg/spotsylvania-residents-push-back-against-proposed-solar-farm/article_28014883-ff9f-567b-ac90-0489a17a8339.html

    Luckily (or not so much), only 245 acres was approved:

    https://fredericksburg.today/2019/01/17/spotsylvania-planning-commission-rejects-most-of-solar-farm-proposal/

    But who knew that a GREEN NEW DEAL involved high water usage, destruction of forests (which clean the air), murder of thousands of birds, including protected species such as EAGLES and the contamination of the water table with cadmium.

    Coming to a small town near you….

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    • henry says:

      IF AOC says it, I believe it.

      #democratsAREmorons

      Liked by 5 people

    • JustaVerb says:

      ALSO-> Gee, I wonder why HQ2 bailed on a region where they have no available new heating that is just a couple of hundred miles away from a giant shale gas formation.
      https://www.instituteforenergyresearch.org/fossil-fuels/natural-gas-moratorium-in-new-york-due-to-lack-of-gas-pipelines/

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    • bofh says:

      ” high water usage, destruction of forests (which clean the air), murder of thousands of birds, including protected species such as EAGLES and the contamination of the water table with cadmium.”

      Don’t forget “enriching the Chinese” – AFAIK they make most of the solar panels and have cornered the market on the more exotic materials that go into them.

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      • Sandra-VA says:

        Yes, cadmium comes almost exclusively from China.

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        • thedoc00 says:

          FYI, the US used to actually produce cadmium as a by product of its zinc smelting capabilities before the last zinc smelters were closed down, thanks to Unions and cheaper imports. One of the last to close was located in Monaca, PA.

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          • thedoc00 says:

            Forgot to add, the EPA was a constant thorn in operations and also played a major role. The EPA actually tried to fine the owners of the plant for putting cleaner water back into the Allegheny River than the plant took in for its processes.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      500 Megawatts? Nothing!

      Diablo Canyon in California produces 1800 Gigawatts – 3600 x the energy.

      By the way, notice the hypocrisy.

      Forest companies want to log trees and replant = bad

      Solar companies will log trees and add nasty chemicals = good?

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        If my math is right, 6300 acres x 3600 = almost 23 Milion acres needed to equal 2 nuclear reactors?

        And I’m not even sure these 500 MW are running 24 / 7.

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        • Karl W. Braun says:

          Diablo Canyon produces 18,000 gigawatt hours of electricity on an annual basis. To find out the annual production of this 500 megawatt solar plant we calculate: 500x365x24, times the solar capacity factor of 20%, yielding a total of 876,000 megawatt hours, which is 876 gigawatt hours.

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    • lolli says:

      Sandra,
      This is sickening. Are there any true conservationists any more? Where are the tree huggers when you need them?
      Hypocrites all

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Follow the money.
        Who gets the dollars for the trees being cut?
        When they are doing the cutting, are they bringing
        in the tractor that cuts them off at the stump, then
        strips their limbs, and loads them onto the truck?
        (Forget the term for it).

        Did the county get any tax dollars declared on the
        value of the timber? They assuredly sold off the
        timber on this endeavor. In Georgia, when the timber
        is cut, then whatever jurisdiction it sits in collects taxable
        income on the profits derived from the timber sales.

        If no taxable income is found on the county, city,
        township, or village ledgers, then someone’s pockets
        are being lined. Two hundred forty five acres worth of
        timber is worth multi millions. A family friend is in the
        timber business, and we’ve had many discussions
        about timber fraud.

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    • JMC says:

      And there is another concern – how vulnerable to vandal or terror attacks are these solar farms?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      This is a good companion article outlining high costs and failures of the Green new Deal:

      https://dailycaller.com/2019/02/18/green-new-deal-taxpayer-costs/

      Excerpt:

      “Democrats’ Green New Deal legislation envisions a U.S that eliminates all greenhouse gas emissions through a massive expansion of government control, which includes a green grid, electrified mass transit and high-speed rail.

      However, cities and states actually trying to implement these policies are often finding it difficult to overcome political and economic realities.

      In the past year, for example, Washington state voters rejected — for a second time — a proposal to tax carbon dioxide emissions. Carbon tax opponents successfully framed the proposal as an energy tax that would raise prices and do nothing for future global warming. The tax was backed by Democrats like Gov. Jay Inslee, who is also mulling a 2020 presidential run.

      Inslee, who styles himself as the Democratic “climate candidate,” has also failed to push major climate policies through the legislature and using his own executive authority.

      “It shows you how ineffective he’s been even in a state like Washington,” Todd Myers, environmental policy director at the Washington Policy Center, told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a recent interview.”

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  17. henry says:

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    • Do Stop Thinking About Tomorrow says:

      One Jeff Session once a sellout always a sellout.

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      • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

        My guess would be that the two were among, Tillerson, Sessions, & Chao……..maybe DeVos. But that is just an educated guess.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Maybe, but I don’t trust Baker, Rosenstein, or McCabe at all. Anyway, knowing that they’re willing to go there means you reached out in some manner thinking about this.

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        • jebg46 says:

          I recall the 25th Amendment coming up in news reports several months ago. it was also brought up in the House. Were these a result of leaks coming from these conspirators in government? And was this what was used in McCabe & Rosenstein or the other way around? You know, the legions of pseudo psychologists who claimed the President wasn’t fit for office? Too many questions, no answers.

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    • Simple, Who is NO LONGER in the cabinet? WHO was removed first? Shortly after Scaramucci arrived. Coincidentally, ALL leaks stopped after their removal.

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  18. patrickhenrycensored says:

    From blackface to egg on their face, what a fun week it was to watch the democrats try to save face.

    Liked by 9 people

    • kyblue says:

      Watch the dems propaganda machine attempt to spin the Smolette egg or just ignore it.

      Do you ever wonder, ph, what the dems would do without the media behind them, spinning, suppressing & slanting news?

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      • patrickhenrycensored says:

        “Do you ever wonder, ph, what the dems would do without the media behind them, spinning, suppressing & slanting news?”

        Disappear

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        • kyblue says:

          Yeah. Exactly.
          Someone on here today (I think) criticized the administration for sending out representatives to argue the case for the NE on the enemy media.
          Maybe the administration thinks to reach more citizens with a larger national audience to counter the bad mouthing?
          I don’t know what strategy would work, if any, but something needs to be done to break through the monopoly of the corporate media.

          The media is poison. The echo chamber of the poison party.

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  19. kinthenorthwest says:

    Just putting this out there
    Damn if true What the H3LL has our country come to.

    Ohio Community Center Offers Kids “Shoot The President” Nerf Party: https://poordonkey.com/ohio-community-center-offers-kids-shoot-the-president-nerf-party/

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  20. The Akh says:

    A very, very interesting piece on Manafort in The Epoch Times. I originally assumed the solitary and abusive detainment of Manafort was to keep him quite about Pedostas, Clinton Foundation, and all matters in Ukraine. But, it looks like maybe there is something else. Was Manafort just caught in a moment of desperation, and got sent into the campaign like suicide bomber to blow up at the right time? Seems to make sense to me. This also explains Mueller’s interest in Oleg Deripaska. Somebody needs to talk to this Barrack guy.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/paul-manafort-a-time-bomb_2801405.html

    Liked by 4 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Never heard of him before DT. On TV he came off poorly, overly made, but he supposedly was great with delegates?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Deb says:

        Manafort worked for Reagan’s campaign. He goes way back. What he did was wrong, but everyone including the Podestas were doing it. Manafort is in trouble because he worked for PDJT.

        I think PDJT cut him loose when his dirty laundry in Ukraine came to light. Also, his role wrangling delegates to prevent the NeverTrump coup at the convention was done. Kelly Anne Conway came on board, and she paired her genius for demographics and polling with PDJT’s message to help the Trump Train win. She let Trump be Trump. Manafort was more of a Uniparty handler. And he paid for his failure to rein in PDJT.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Go listen to Andy McCarthy’s last podcast at the National Review. McCarthy has had much experience with Manafort and Manafort’s crimes.
      You may choose to believe a blogger who does not know, and is merely guessing or a years-experienced federal prosecutor who has prosecuted Manafort and many others. Your choice.

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      • The Akh says:

        I listened to McCarthy. But, in my opinion, he makes way to many excuses for Rosenstein’s role in all of this. He almost plays Rosenstein as a victim of the Democrats somehow. I just don’t agree with that assessment. Also, McCarthy sites Andre Weissman as a source of information regarding Manafort/Ukraine/Deripaska, ect. I would not trust anything at all regarding Weissman considering his past misconduct and his associations. So color me skeptical of McCarthy’s point of view.

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    • dawg says:

      That is really interesting.

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  21. be says:

    No One Worlder G.W. Bush and Barbara on any coin . He is not a Texan btw.

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  22. StanH says:

    Not to be overly dramatic, but this is a very dangerous game that the swamp is playing. Many, many a politician, dictator, king has found their head on a pike for much less. There must be a reckoning for this kind of overt criminality. I highly recommend that AG Barr begin in a very public way, that these conspirators “all” get the justice that they deserve. This includes politicians, bureaucrats, members of the press, etc. If not, “Katy bar the door,” this country is ready to break and if it does we will all know where to head first.

    MAGA! …by adhering to equal justice under the law.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      I think they have very good reason to feel emboldened and completely free of fear of consequence for their actions. We’re living in a very interesting time, a nexus between two worlds, civilizational order and traditional morality on one side, and chaos, social depravity and lust for power on the other. These people honestly believe they are beyond our world of accountability, that we and it are beneath them, and intend to break all bonds with the past and unleash a hell on earth in their quest for social utopia.

      Liked by 5 people

      • alligatriot says:

        I totally agree, paulraven1. Unless the rule of equal law is applied (and soon), chaos will become the law of the land. It will not be pretty, for either side.

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      • StanH says:

        In truth we still outnumber these Lucifarians. They seem large because of the MSM. When the levee breaks, and sides are chosen, good will prevail. Let us pray that there are still enough people in Washington who understand the ramifications of doing nothing. Is this group of scoundrels so important, a nation can be sacrificed at the altar of power and greed.

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  23. henry says:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6717603/Malia-Obamas-secret-Facebook-account-reveals-anti-Trump-messages.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ito=1490&ns_campaign=1490

    ‘Donald Trump is evil’: Malia Obama’s secret Facebook account reveals just how much former First Daughter hates her father’s successor with post-it note picture liked by Biden’s granddaughter Finnegan

    So says the daughter of America’s most hated poser in history.

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      “Good will be called evil and evil will be called good.”

      And Michelle Ozero is beautiful and Melania … ha, I just can’t keep pretending anymore.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      No doubt Malia’s many accomplishments point to her being the smartest one in the room. She’s at least smart enough to make the comparison be to one of Biden blood.

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  24. Perot Conservative says:

    The Hill: McCabe’s shocking claims prove the bloodless coup rolls on

    BY FRANCEY HAKES, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR

    Former Federal US Attorney

    (Conclusion)

    “Nonetheless, to these government bureaucrats it was acceptable to lie to the FISA Court by vouching for an unverified dossier. It was acceptable to them to illegally leak to the media the existence of the Russia investigation (for example, leaking the existence of a highly-classified FISA warrant on the Russian ambassador to destroy former national security adviser Michael Flynn and cripple the young presidency). And they apparently thought it acceptable to contemplate the use of the 25th Amendment to remove a president wholly capable of performing his constitutional duties.”

    “That’s a rolling coup.”

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  25. Mick says:

    In a nutshell the new S.3178 – Justice for Victims of Lynching Act of 2018 Requires 4 elements, and was recently passed in the Senate, and is currently held up at the desk of the house.

    2 or more perpetrators, Check.
    Racially motivated, Check.
    Involving mail, Check.
    Interferes with economic activity of the victim, Check.

    “§ 250. Lynching
    “(a) In General.—

    “(1) OFFENSES INVOLVING ACTUAL OR PERCEIVED RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.—If 2 or more persons willfully cause bodily injury to any other person, because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, or national origin of any person—

    “(B) CIRCUMSTANCES DESCRIBED.
    “(II) using a phone, the internet, the mail, or any other channel, facility, or instrumentality of interstate or foreign commerce;

    “(I) interferes with commercial or other economic activity in which the victim is engaged at the time of the conduct;

    Also if you read the bill it specifically calls out President Trump’s lack of sufficient action to curb racism as the driving need for such a bill.

    Just a coincidence the Left gets a real time case to push the stalled bill through?

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    • AmericaFirst says:

      By that definition some of the credit card companies who are now denying credit to certain persons would qualify.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Mick says:

      A quick recap of important elements that stand out as unlikely in any other context.

      Mailed fake threat letter. Then 2 alleged preps, specifically link assault to lynching, race, place of employment, and President Trumps incitement of racism.

      Then add the timing of the events, and remarks of Harris, and Booker who need the story to be true.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      Interesting that the elements of the bill match the so called crime against Smollett…

      Personally, I think Kamala Harris et al attempted to perpetrate this hoax in order to get this bill through so that there would be some good campaign rhetoric. It is clear that whomever put this together does not have the same power/finesse to pull off such a scam as the Clinton/Bush/Obama teams.

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    • jebg46 says:

      Not a coincidence whenever Clinton lawyers are involved. Not sure if Smollett still has same lawyer as BlaseyFord.

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  26. jeans2nd says:

    Should anyone care for some truly uplifting news, here is an interview with HUD Sec Dr Ben Carson.
    Sec Dr Carson starts with his life story, why he ran for Pres, and says he is staying with Pres Trump, for at least the first 4 years.

    Towards the end, Sec Dr Ben outlines the changes he has made at HUD, and this is the really good part. HUD has changed housing financing for people, and has changed how and the type housing HUD now builds. HUD now uses fabricated and 3-D printed homes, which have proven more resilient to hurricanes and other storms than regular houses. No kidding!
    Catch the last part if nothing else. 22:55

    Liked by 9 people

    • henry says:

      Weirdest thing just happened – when I clicked on your comment to go to it, I got a WordPress has deleted this site blah blah.
      I went back and clicked on two others and went to their comments with no issue. Tried yours again and same thing.

      Third time, it took me to your comment.
      Anyone else seeing this WP flakiness?

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  27. Joe diGenova discussing McCabe…

    Liked by 8 people

    • Summer says:

      Rosenstein’s statement was quite revealing. He wrote that “he never authorized anyone to wear a wire” (how do you authorize yourself?) and that he never spoke to Comey about appointing a SC (McCabe never claimed he did, only that Rosenstein said he would appreciate Comey’s advice). What a weasel.
      McCabe said that he shared that conversation with Baker (?), another member of the cabal.

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      • Concerned Virginian says:

        Then there’s that pesky statement by ROSENSTEIN that McCabe’s claims about Rosenstein wearing a wire were “factually incorrect”.
        So what’s the TRUTH underneath that statement? Is there some OTHER type of “correctness”, perhaps like “we actually talked about this in the hallway, not during the meeting in the room”.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          Rosenstein’s words translated to normal speak… Yes, it’s not “true” because for lawlerly speak it wasn’t 100% accurate – but, yeah, that happened.

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          • jebg46 says:

            How can the new AG Barr, knowing this about Rosenstein even consider keeping Rosenstein on board for several months through Barr’s transition? Sure do hope this will initiate an immediate investigation by a federal grand jury.

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      • Symantec’s and parcel tongue will NOT save RR, McCabe, nor any other member of the Cabal when the time comes.

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  28. AmericaFirst says:

    This may have been posted already and if so I apologize; it makes me so furious (one more thing):

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/report-border-patrol-museum-in-el-paso-attacked-by-protesters-memorial-to-fallen-agents-vandalized/

    More Soros financed thugs, disrespectful of everything good and decent in America.

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  29. henry says:

    What skulldiggery is this BS now?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Zorro says:

      Please, please be in NATO we will pay your share plus give you a couple billion signing bonus.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      This is the reason for the “fact finding trip” to the EU by SHADOW PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN.
      Watch out for Biden. Don’t count him out for 2020. He’s honing his “elder statesman” and “I’m the intelligent alternative to Donald Trump” images.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      They should think if their future right now. Europe in it’s current form will be lost by then.

      Here’s Biden looking for money abroad.

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  30. Alex M says:

    EPIC: CNN Guest Slams The Press For Not Questioning Smollett’s Hoax; Jussie Smollett Could Get 3 Years In Prison For Filing A False Report To Police
    https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/epic-cnn-guest-slams-the-press-for-not-questioning-smolletts-hoax-jussie-smollett-could-get-3-years-in-prison-for-filing-a-false-report-to-police/

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  31. Lucille says:

    From a posting on February 12, 2019…hilarious and right on the money….

    Beto O’Rourke Destroys Beto O’Rourke at El Paso Texas Rally
    The Amazing Lucas YouTube Channel

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  32. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  33. simicharmed says:

    I noticed the FBI started their PR blitz recently. Thought I should share my experience with the little amount of free television programming a consume.

    There is a newly added channel (on my OTA antenna system), called “ion television”. It has only crime-tv type shows (Blue Bloods, Leverage, CSI, etc).

    Over the past couple weeks I noticed (during random commercial breaks), cheesy segments portraying different true-life FBI agents – each claims how great the FBI is, how they protect the American People and how proud they are to serve the public, etc…

    Rather pathetic….

    I don’t watch or listen to MSM broadcasts so perhaps those stations are also pushing this crap too.

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  34. trishinsouthernillinois says:

    Anyone know what time president TRUMP is giving his Venezuela speech today? The most i could find, was a reporter that said, ” this afternoon.”
    Not alot to go on.

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  35. henry says:

    Slavery, alive and doing great business in Africa. Perhaps a certain MN rep will go home and do something about her enslaved people?

    https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/02/enslaved-migrants-sold-in-libya-return/

    MOGADISHU, Somalia – Eleven migrants who had been subjected to slavery and auctioned in Libya arrived home on Saturday after being repatriated by the Somali government and the UN refugee agency.

    Somali citizen Liban Ali was studying in Sudan in 2015 when he decided to illegally migrate to Europe passing through Libya. Once there, he was kidnapped by smugglers.

    “Like an animal, I have been sold four times in a Libyan market, with the last one buying me for $10,000. There was a daily torture. I was two years in a Libyan prison and I spent $15,000 and did not reach the place I was dreaming [Europe],” he explained.

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  36. I’ll just leave My Twitter Comment here..

    Liked by 11 people

  37. Perot Conservative says:

    I googled the Twitter blue check mark.

    “Twitter’s “verification” system is used to confirm accounts of celebrities and other accounts of “public interest.” … That issue returned to the headlines last week when Twitter gave a blue check mark to white nationalist Jason Kessler.”

    IT GETS SO REPETITIVE!!!!

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  38. patrickhenrycensored says:

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  39. Summer says:

    Wow…

    Liked by 3 people

  40. Tony D. says:

    CT got honorable mention @ 13:15 minute mark on youtube video titled “ave Janda – Globalists Win if MAGA Supporters Walk” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX9TqEO-ts4&feature=youtu.be
    about border wall funding.

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  41. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Smollett has now elevated himself to the level of dishonesty that qualifies him as a democrat contender for the presidency.

    Liked by 4 people

  42. burnett044 says:

    Dems are against lynching but for killing new born babies…tho both are murder…
    let that sink in

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  43. Zippy says:

    The Terrorist Sympathizer In The US House

    http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=235099

    Here’s our resident jihadist sympathizer in the United States Congress who voted to actively protect those suicide bombers in Minnesota who, prior to committing their act of terrorism, take out a life insurance policy:

    April 21, 2017 – ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Thursday, members of the Minnesota House voted to pass H.F. 1397, a bill which would give life insurance companies the right to deny payouts to beneficiaries whose loved one died while committing an act of terrorism. In a bipartisan effort, Republicans and Democrats joined together to pass the bill 127-2. Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minneapolis) and John Lesch (D-St.Paul) were the only two lawmakers who voted against the measure.

    If you remember the Palestinians are known for essentially creating life insurance payouts to terrorists that kill Israelis. It’s one of the bones of contention that Israel has had for a long time with the Palestinian Authority as it gives someone hell-bent on terrorism and their own death a means to “pay their death forward” to their family members.

    Well, Minnesota detected this potential problem and sought to stop it — bit shock, given the number of Somalis in their state and the outrageously outsized representation those “immigrants” have in the number of people caught trying to travel to join Isis.

    Omar voted no on the bill to kill that particular obscenity in her state — an action prompted by the shooter in San Bernardino who did exactly that in California, naming his mother as beneficiary, before he went on his little “inspired” rage.

    This is what we now have in the US House folks.

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    The reason there are representatives like that in the House, both from Minnesota:

    “In just a few decades, Minnesota has gone from being approximately 99 percent German, Dutch, Finnish, Danish, and Polish to 20 percent African immigrant, including at least one hundred thousand Somalis. And that’s not counting the Somalis who have recently left the country to fight with al Qaeda and ISIS. One hundred thousand is just an estimate. We don’t know precisely how many Somalis the federal government has brought in as “refugees” because the government won’t tell us. The public can’t be trusted with the truth. Since becoming more multicultural, Minnesota has turned into a hotbed of credit card skimming, human trafficking, and smash-and-grab robberies. Mosques have popped up all over the state—as have child prostitutes and machete attacks. Welfare consumption in Minnesota has more than doubled on account of the newcomers—only half of whom have jobs. Those Somalis who do have jobs earn an average of $21,000 a year, compared with $46,000 for the average Minnesotan. (Consider yourself lucky, Minnesota: In Sweden, only 20 percent of Somalis have jobs.) Eighty percent of Somalis in Minnesota live at or below the poverty line. Nearly 70 percent have not graduated from high school, compared with only 8.4 percent of non-Somali Minnesotans.” – Ann Coulter, ¡Adios, America!: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole

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  44. frank says:

    Any others having trouble posting ?Between having to sign in every time,then my post disappears and if it does appear its 50 posts away,making the comment meaningless.Don’shoot ,but why can’t The Tree house hire Discus?

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      WordPress is testing a new version…live. It has been causing problems with posting and non-sticky cookies for a number of days now. Hopefully, it will be resolved when they do the actual rollout on the 24th.

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