Michelle Malkin CPAC Speech: “CPAC at the Bridge”…

Mrs. Michelle Malkin delivered a strong call-to-arms at CPAC surrounding the insufferable Big Club’s republican corporate agenda toward immigration.

Wolverine Speech and Transcript Below:

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[Transcript] Good afternoon. Thank you to CPAC for the invitation. My name is Michelle Malkin. I identify as an American. A proud, unhyphenated, unapologetic, fully assimilated American. My pronouns are U.S.A.

America is good and America is great. Of these basic truths, there is or should be little dispute among us here. But two questions loom large: 1) For how long will the America we grew up in remain good and great? And 2) To whom shall we entrust the existential responsibility of securing the goodness and greatness passed down peacefully for generations?

I wish I could stand here and chirp happily to you about positive news. Yes, unemployment rates are at historic lows, regulations and taxes are being cut, some stellar judges have been confirmed, and the reckless, feckless liberal media has finally, finally self-immolated like a slow-motion downing of the Hindenburg.

Yes, we have much to thank President Trump for as he battles the Beltway swamp, the deep state, the administrative state, and the fake news fourth estate. But there is no sugarcoating America’s long-term forecast. We face fearful odds. The game is rigged. The playing field is manifestly unlevel.

My first book Invasion in 2002, exposed how border failures and systemic non-enforcement of our visa program rules created a national security crisis that led to 9/11. My last book, Sold Out, which I co-authored in 2015 with former American computer programmer-turned-labor lawyer John Miano, documented how Big Business and Big Government created an economic crisis by exploiting the H-1B tech worker visa program and other foreign employment visas for cheap labor.

I’ve been accused of being a grifter for wanting to inform and educate citizens about these destructive rackets. But it’s the GOP sellouts in bed with open borders – like the ones who hijacked the tea party movement to shill for amnesty – who are the real grifters cashing in and practicing deceit at the expense of their base.

Our shining city on a hill has become a much-abused doormat to the world. Building the border wall is just half the battle. The numbers tell all. Our future is dimmed. The odds are fearful.

We currently grant one million legal permanent residencies to people from around the world every year. The number of green card holders is expected to increase by 10 million by 2025. That’s more than the current combined population of Dallas, St. Louis, Denver, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Atlanta. Now multiply that number by at least three and a half.

Thanks to our chain migration system, created in 1952 and expanded exponentially by Congress in 1965 and 1990, these new immigrants can sponsor their entire extended families: parents, spouses, adult children and their children, and siblings and their children. Princeton University researchers found that recently admitted immigrants sponsored an average of 3.45 additional relatives each.

An estimated 85,000 refugees and 20,000-plus asylees enter the country annually through an overwhelmed system so rife with fraud and abuse that the process is jokingly dubbed “refugee roulette” by immigration lawyers. In total, from fiscal year 2008 to 2017, the U.S. gave green cards to more than 2 million migrants for various humanitarian claims – a population larger than the city of Philadelphia.

Nearly half a million more immigrants in that time frame got in through the diversity visa lottery. Illegal aliens are eligible if a legal family member wins the jackpot. Tens of thousands are pouring in from terrorism breeding grounds through the lottery unvetted, unmonitored and unassimilated. Thanks again to chain migration, immigration lotto winners’ spouses and unmarried children under 21 all get passes into the country, too.

Nearly half of all illegal aliens in the country have violated the terms of their short-term visitor or work visas. More than 10.8 million people received such visas alone in fiscal year 2015, including 500,000 foreign university and graduate students on academic visas and nearly 700,000 total foreign guest workers (both skilled and unskilled, not to mention their spouses, many of whom are allowed to work here as well).

Congress has repeatedly mandated a nationwide visa entry-exit system to track legal short-term visa holders. But one has yet to be built—even in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which were perpetrated in part by several illegal alien visa overstayers. E-verify has been stalled. Sanctuary cities metastasized. And BOTH parties are to blame – yeah I’m looking at you, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, the Bush family, Mitt Romney and the ghost of John McCain.

This unrelenting inflow of new green card holders, short-term foreign visa holders, legal temporary workers, refugees and asylees is supplemented by 13 to 30 million illegal aliens who expect amnesty and chain migration privileges from Washington despite breaking immigration laws governing everything from border jumping to ID fraud, benefits fraud, tax fraud, and marriage fraud, to human and drug trafficking, to employment rules, deportation orders, and visa overstays.

The feds have proved themselves serially unwilling and incapable of handling the lapses, backlogs, overload, and yes, invasion. The numbers tell all. Open borders anarchy, multiplied by endless chain migration, amnesty, and cheap labor pipelines, endangers our general welfare and the blessings of liberty. By every clear measure, the war is not on immigrants but on American sovereignty.

I’ve been called white for stating the facts. I’m not white. I’m just right. Both native-born and immigrant families like mine, which revere the rule of law, common traditions, constitutional principles, one identity and one tongue, have been replaced by militantly unassimilable and hostile generations…of future Democrat voters whose tribal allegiance to the Left has only hardened over time.

It’s insane that we have elected Republicans on Capitol Hill doing the bidding of the illegal alien DREAMer racket. Until and unless we reclaim the right of self-determination over the numbers, we are doomed.

My fellow Americans, we stand at the bridge as Horatius stood at the narrow bridge over the Tiber River alone facing fearful odds as hordes of Etruscans marched towards him and cowards cut and run behind him. Like his enemies, our enemies are both foreign AND domestic.

Inside are flimsily defended borders, we are not at peace, or rather, the radical Left is not at peace with us. From the comfort of TV green rooms, Beltway backrooms, corporate boardrooms, and conference ballrooms, it may not look like civil war is imminent. But threats and outright violence against ordinary, law-abiding people are now regularized features, not random bugs, of political life in these dis-United States.

College students are being punched, elderly citizens are being harassed, MAGA hat wearers are being kicked off planes and assaulted in school hallways and restaurants, conservative speakers are being mobbed and Molotov cocktailed, ICE agents and their families are being targeted, pro-lifers are being kicked and menaced, pro-Trump, anti-jihad moms on social media are being monitored and doxxed.

The madness is beyond parody.

Last week, social justice media warriors whipped up hysteria over a Mar a Lago pastry chef’s Instagram posts. Where are the sanctuary spaces for law-abiding conservatives who simply want to exercise their rights to free speech and peaceable assembly?

The divide in this country is between decent people who stand up for America and dastardly people who want to bring America to its knees.

We certainly should make common cause with others across the aisle who shares our values, but we should not rush to embrace those whose fundamental aim is to smear and destroy us all. That’s suicidal. Which is why I cannot stand here and stay silent about the role Van Jones has played in attempting to silence the Right.

My objection is not to his support for criminal justice reform. I have dedicated much of my own time, energy, and money to fighting wrongful convictions, false allegations, and prosecutorial and forensic misconduct. Next time you need a conservative to talk about criminal justice reform, call me. You don’t need someone who’s going to spew fake news pro illegal alien propaganda to talk CJR to conservatives.

Fact check: The most recent research by the Federation for American Immigration Reform found that illegal aliens are up to 5.5 times more likely than Americans to be incarcerated in state prisons compared to Americans and legal residents.

But my most vehement objection is to this stage being used to lend legitimacy to the George Soros-funded organization Color of Change, which dedicated to censoring and sabotaging right-leaning groups for championing the free market, opposing radical Islam, and exposing open borders.

Seven years ago, Van Jones’ group pressured Pepsi, McDonald’s, Intuit and other companies to cut ties to the mainstream American Legislative Exchange Council(ALEC), a half-century-old association of state legislators who believe in “the Jeffersonian principles of free markets, limited government, federalism, and individual liberty.” What was ALEC’s crime? Crafting model legislation on voter ID to protect election integrity, immigration enforcement measures and self-defense legislation to strengthen Second Amendment rights.

Color of Change and the smear machine racket known as the Southern Poverty Law Center use the same playbook to marginalize and criminalize mainstream conservatives, anti-jihad groups, and immigration hawks as “hate groups” and push us out of the public square.

They conspire with payment processors and Silicon Valley to deprive the Right of our voices and our ability to make a living. So many speaking up and fighting on the front lines for liberty and security are being detwittered depaypaled defacebooked deplatformed – people like Laura Loomer and Gavin McInnes and the Center for Immigration Studies and Robert Spencer and so many others.

Many are in this room. Stand up if you are one of them. Many have been forced to beg for money to help them fight in court to restore their reputations. Many have been barred from this room.

Nice is not enough. Logic and facts and appeals to decency and fairness are not enough. Bemoaning double standards is not enough. Ultimately our future will not be secured in a Fox News anchor chair or a think tank office or on a cruise ship or at a cushy GOP retreat. The future is on the frontlines. At the edge of the bridge.

Then out spake brave Horatius, the captain of the Gate. To every man upon this earth death cometh soon or late. And how can man die better than facing fearful odds, for the ashes of his fathers and the temples of his Gods.

Instead of throwing allies under that bridge, movement conservatives who have preached so comfortably here in the Beltway about defending America while preserving the status quo need to help provide financial and moral support to the disrupters willing to fight fire with fire.

Maybe it’s providence that I am privileged to speak here on the 7th anniversary of Andrew Breitbart’s death. He was a disrupter. We need more disrupters. We need legislative action at the local and state level.

We need politicians who will DO SOMETHING to stop the sowers of hate and their handmaidens. Use the tools at your disposal. Don’t just stand there. DO SOMETHING.

Diversity is NOT our strength. Unity is. Our common purpose is the common defense of our nation. Good people make America great.

Good people: Stand and fight.

[Transcript Link]

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312 Responses to Michelle Malkin CPAC Speech: “CPAC at the Bridge”…

  1. starfcker says:

    She could have been tall and skinny with blonde hair and made that speech. I like it either way

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    • Daniel says:

      I’m guessing you’re referring to the shill currently known as “Ann Coulter”?

      I’m not going to say who, but it has been point out by some[one?] that Coulter gets money from Romney and because of this, her tune on Trump has changed quite dramatically. There is a reason why Coulter hasn’t been invited as a speaker at CPAC for some years.

      I recall Sundance during the 2016 election year stating that he doesn’t trust Coulter. I thought he was nuts — she was awesome and 100% in on Trump. Sundance has good instincts or perhaps knew something he didn’t want to articulate. Either way, he was right not to trust her.

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      • starfcker says:

        I’m a guy who likes clarity in message. I’ll take truth out of any mouth, they don’t have to be brown or black to impress me.

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        • Kenji says:

          Including Ann Coulter’s … disruption. What part of Ann’s message is wrong? Be specific, and support your argument.

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      • zorg2 says:

        Trump is failing on many issues. I’m not such a sycophant as to ignore this. I agree with Coulter, I’m disallusioned by his policies re immigration, his tepid defense of conservative free speech, his timidity in seizing control of the (his!) executive branch, and his personnel choices. His is far more ‘center’ GOP than he promised on the campaign trail.

        And your implication that Coulter is ‘on the take’ (Romney) is actually laughable. To what purpose? She’s plenty successful on her own!
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        • Logger says:

          You would do well to listen to his 2-hour CPAC speech yesterday. Clear direction. He’s always been clear, decisive, and working to put those policies in place. I guess it’s our role to be impatient and to keep electing garbage to Congress to obstruct our goals.

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        • dbobway says:

          You know zorg2, I would be the happiest guy around, if our GOP Congress rep.’s were even left of ‘center’. Then we might get border security, Obamacare would be gone,
          We could start cutting into the deficit in earnest.
          The least these slaver supporters in the Republican party,
          Might start supporting the US economy instead of a Chinese economy, our Congress help fund and even given permission to, China’s ability to steal our plans, to build nuclear missiles and aim the missiles at us.

          Here is my question for Anne Coulter,
          “Since when did our President have the power of a dictator.”
          All of her rhetoric creates a divide of free thinkers trying to save our freedom. We may not all agree, but at least, can we agree, promoting division of the voters who want to keep our Constitutional Republic in place, will result in the loss our Republic.
          Is cheap labor really worth that.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Very (To the Extreme) few are centered on Anything but Greed and Debauchery …
            🤔

            Saving their a$$es from the noose gets an “Also Ran” mention.
            Imho

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          • zorg2 says:

            She doesn’t ‘create’ division she simply tells the truth.
            Trump loyalists may not be willing to admit this?

            Hasn’t anyone here but me been disappointed with his lack of leadership on immigration? His offering DACA ‘deals’, no anchor baby executive order, lots of H-1 visas, and no big push for E-Verify? Is everyone here happy with Kushner leading congressional immigration negotiations?

            And speaking of Trump’s personnel choices, I wonder when we’ll be hearing from AG Barr?
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            • dbobway says:

              I’m not a cult member Zorg, I’m rarely in a, ‘willing to admit’ place.
              I don’t like the President’s bump stock proposal.
              I’m loyal to my country as it stands, it doesn’t matter whose President.
              I’m extremely disapointed in the Republicans, I voted for, breaking their commitment to secure our border and turn around and ‘vote, against it.
              I can only disagree with you from 45 years of being a leader and being led by all types of leaders. President Trump is equal to the best I’ve worked for, and all other Presidents in my life.He represents everything I believe, comes with the job of our President. In the face of a media and opposing party with no virtue or moral clarity, the President keeps his head in the job, delivering positive leadership at a driving pace.

              The DACA deal, the President proposed. was a win for all sides,
              But one side wants ‘slaves’ and ‘voters’ from another country.
              If you worked on mainstreet where illegal aliens work like restaurants and manufacturing?
              E-Verify is already here.

              Your other 2 questions are just not answerable.

              President Donald J Trump will be our President for the next 6 years.

              If you are a non-essential government worker, I’m sorry.

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        • coltlending says:

          Go to hell.

          No man in that office has prevailed over the forces allied against him (Rats, Media, FBI, DOJ, AG’s, so-called “Republicans”, and people like you) that President Trump has.

          And no man is perfect.

          You have your right to your opinion, even if it’s wrong.

          got a right to call you out on it and tell you to go to hell.

          Maybe you should move on over to Splinter.

          😡

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          • powderdayrules says:

            I love Michelle Malkin. Coulter is a self serving GOPe puke. She’s on Howie Carr’s radio show a lot unfortunately, and her arrogance and criticism of our Lion is sickening. Who is she? A nobody. What’s she done? Nothing but shameless self promotion. If you’re reading Howie, from a long time listener, DUMP HER! Bring on Malkin!

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        • No one could do a better job than our President!

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Steam rollers move slowly but they flatten everything in their pathway.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          He’s working hard…24/7/365…just about, and, he’s winning most battles. He will win the war.

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      • farmhand1927 says:

        Michelle Malkin lives in my town and thus I know first hand that she is a fully recovered Never Trumper. She worked hard against Donald Trump but much like Mark Levin, was open to reform of her hard line once she started seeing results and that Promises Made, Promises Kept is not simply a rally theme.

        IMO, I’m tired of the continued success of Ann the Author being able to snake her way into any conversation about our America First President. She remains disillusioned that she single-handedly crowned Donald Trump as the presidential nominee. In reality, 90% of the Americans that voted for Donald Trump in primaries and the general election have never bought any book written by Ann the Author.

        School kids aren’t being suspended for wearing Ann Coulter tshirts. She isn’t elected to anything, never was, never will be. She has become a boorish hack that sadly has decided to feed at the same trough as the lyin’ jackals of the media. Her career as a so-called conservative firebrand is now deep-sixed, at her own hand. She has recognition because she used to get interviews on Fox and because she was next to lustful in her support for Mitt Romney. Today, she despises our President, knows fully well he cannot become a full-on dictator and do all her bidding. In order to sell her next book, she whips up the Old Guard with her offensive, inflammatory criticism. And some still are falling for it. Just read comments here anytime her name slips from a keyboard.

        Michelle Malkin has fought illegal immigration since her career began. She was unafraid to call out GW Bush for his lackadaisical look-the-other-way policies approach. She is a self-made firebrand and I commend her willingness to put America First and her early opposition to President Trump into her ash bin of history. Unlike Ann the Author, Malkin is astute enough to understand that President Trump is limited in what he can do.

        In fact, Malkin’s CPAC speech assuredly makes the case for our new Attorney General to step up and declare war on oppressors of America’s safety, namely those in Congress and the media. We are in dire need of an AG to bust out of the gate and ride that bull for 8 seconds because we are living inside of a national emergency. Listen up, Lamar Alexander and other turncoats. We live it, see it, feel it even though you Koch Bros sycophants are willfully ignorant of it and get hefty campaign donations to do so..

        Yes, we must stand and fight as Michelle Malkin says. I’ve said the exact same here countless times. (Colorado women love our “Stand and Fight” NRA stickers.). But, our call to action doesn’t begin and end with President Trump. We need to keep the fire hot under the feet of our own House members and our senators, especially our GOP turncoats. Don’t allow Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Mitch McConnell, Cory Gardner, Lamar Alexander, Mittens Romney, Marco Rubio, et al, steal our safety. Make some damned noise!

        The endgame centers around the willingness, guts and fidelity to law and order of Attorney General William Barr. It is high time he get past the niceties and polite orientation sessions of getting reacquainted with the duties of the job. He needs to get his Jim Jordan on, take off the coat, loosen the tie and work up a sweat. Start a ruckus, incite wailing and gnashing of teeth. Issue warrants and hand down indictments. Anything short will be a disgrace and constitute a quicker demise of our nation. His role in saving America runs very parallel to that of our President. He doesn’t have to be partisan but he does have to stand and fight for Americans which includes holding all of us, no matter the political power, influence or surname, to the same set of laws. Period. Very simple, now just do it.

        For those panting for Ann’s next tome, perhaps fill your time until then with a very explosive and concise book on what’s happening at our border and the failures of Congress to deal with it. See if your library still has the courage to carry “”Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores”, written in 2002 but more vital and prescient today as it was then. Author? Michelle Malkin.

        We have the President with the will. We have 63+ million Americans with the will. We need an AG with the will and we need a Congress with the will. Anything else is just noise.

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        • Pokey says:

          I have bought four of her books. They are well researched. They are full of the diatribes she has written as her take on the appalling truths which her research has revealed to her. She may imagine conspiracies where she has only uncovered sad facts some of the time, but she has been correct in her predilections quite often. Often enough that PDJT has obviously bought at least two of her books and has taken her opinions to the campaign trail. I have watched her opinions change over the years, just as I have changed many of my own. I thank God that changing our minds is still allowed in our Republic. You are correct that most PDJT supporters have never bought one of her books.
          That PDJT cannot overcome Congress, the Media, and the Bureaucracies is merely a point of great frustration to her, as it is to me. Coulter is on our side, just like PDJT is, most of the time. In a Republic, that is all we can hope for.
          Stop trashing our friends and start trashing our real enemies. Michelle Malkin is absolutely right on the destruction of our Republic by this mob of foreigners illegally flooding across our borders and on the culpability of our betters in the Government.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            You are correct that most PDJT supporters have never bought one of her books…..

            Well, subtract 1 from that list.

            TY, Pokey.

            farmhand1927…
            We’ll done… As always…
            🎩

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            • Pokey says:

              I guess you didn’t either read the rest of my thoughts or didn’t think you had any thoughts of your own to express, except to do your limited math on my initial assertion. The point was clear, I thought, that trashing our friends won’t help us defeat our political opponents. Ann Coulter has put up with more crap from them than you or I can imagine and, her personal foibles notwithstanding, she has done it for a lot longer than most PDJT supporters have been around.
              Anyway, it was a great speech by Michelle Malkin, especially since the Communist Van Jones got to make his own speech in front of that crowd.

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          • CountryClassVulgarian says:

            If Ann had simply expressed frustration that “PDJT cannot overcome Congress” I would have no problem with her. What I have a problem with is her constant insults and references to him as an unintelligent, lazy, lunatic. THAT is not frustration. That is rude, insulting and disrespectful. I heard her just last week responding to cohen’s testimony and again she took a swipe at the President’s intelligence.

            I wil repeat. I have no problems with criticism of this President. But when you constantly cast him of as a stupid goon who should make himself your puppet to do exactly what you demand when you demand he do it, you are not on his side. You are not on my side either. You are rude and insulting and I know you feel exactly the same way about me.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            Coullter is carping at Trump while he is having to wade through mega nests of scorpions.
            Her behavior in this regard is stupid. She diminishes herself-not Pres Trump.

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          • farmhand1927 says:

            When Ann Coulter calls my President names such as “idiot” she’s not on my side. She’s an opportunistic flamethrower that is desperately searching for places that will pay for her opinions.

            When she was a conservative Trump supporter she got kicked off the college speaking circuit, even got food thrown at her. When she decided to be a shill for Bill Maher and start opining using slanderous and ridiculous names toward the President of the United States, she took a permanent detour into left wing stupidity, IMO. She is now resorting to tactics she’s railed against in her books trying to stay valid and get much needed attention. She has lost her paying gigs on Hannity and elsewhere.

            Stuck in the middle and nobody wants her. If you agree that our President is deserving of her raunchy name calling, by all means keep plugging for her. As evidenced by comments here, you have company and you have dissenters. It’s called Free Speech.

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            • swissik says:

              Does anybody remember Ann’s pushing Chris Christie for president? I agree with all writers here who say that she is irrelevant which is why she is constantly trying so hard to be noticed. Thankfully she hasn’t been on TV much of late, and when she is I turn off.

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        • MTeresa says:

          I emailed all of them this morning, (Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, Mitch McConnell, Cory Gardner, Lamar Alexander, Mittens Romney, Marco Rubio) and linked this page with Michelle Malkin’s speech. She nailed it.

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        • Great post, Farmhand. Thanks!

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        • Kenji says:

          And what did Michelle Malkin say that Ann Coulter hasn’t already said, and written?

          – End chain migration NOW!?
          – End H1b Visa abuse!? Secure our borders!?
          – Cut the 1M+ legal immigrants each year!?
          – End the immigration lottery system!?

          How about we all drop the cult of personalities … including MY President’s … and start getting something done. Sadly, MY President is being effectively BLOCKED by the GOPe Congress. So Ann’s message is HARSH and critical of MY President (whom I dearly LOVE, DEFEND, and believe to be destined to be our nation’s best ever) … so what? IMHO, MY President should hold a roundtable, publicly broadcast, discussion about immigration WITH both Ann and Michelle in attendance. Get the REAL details broadcast in public.

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          • farmhand1927 says:

            Kenji, nice try but a Presidential round table with Coulter and Malkin and maybe he’d also ask you and I will do NOTHING. What do you think his rallies, SOTU and yesterday’s CPAC speech were about? The public is aware of the problems, the debate, the issues, the disagreement. Yes, Coulter used to say what Malkin said at CPAC but she’s resorted now to name calling, insults and acting all offended because the POTUS doesn’t acknowledge the sound of her stompy feet.

            Maybe Ann could do better…maybe her caustic, abrasiveness would put the media on the mat, scare the heck out of Congress, put John Roberts and a host of federal judges on notice, send the Obama Regime and all his minions, leakers, spies and tentacles thereof running for cover. She doesn’t have to get up every day and maneuver thru one mine field after another, does she? Ann Coulter’s family isn’t threatened and attacked, she doesn’t run the risk of removal from office on any given comment she makes, does she? She doesn’t have 80% of her staff working against her as President Trump does.

            Lack of round tables, Cabinet meetings where the press is invited in, stump speeches, paid talking heads 24/7 on Fox aren’t what’s lacking.

            The problem is the 10 or more GOP senators that are going to vote against the national emergency declaration. Those people are not moved by Coulter or Malkin. Not a smidgeon as BHO would say. The turncoat Republicans are where our anger and argument belong.

            It’s all going to begin and end with Congressional Republicans because every time one of them gets scared by a lobbyist that hints toward maybe the reelection funds hinge on this vote, they give a Democrat reason to also vote against tne President. There are Dem’s that support Donald Trump 100% on the wall and border security but they don’t have to reveal it as long as enough Republicans oppose our President and give them cover.

            William Barr plays a big part in so much of this President’s agenda. Ann Coulter likely doesn’t have his ear either.

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        • MaineCoon says:

          Amen, amen and amen.

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      • law4lifeblog says:

        Daniel, there is ZERO evidence that Coulter “takes money from Romney”. That’s asinine…she makes a boatload from one NYT bestseller after another, WTH does she want money from Romney, and why would he give it? Ridiculous BS. . If you don’t like her, that’s fine. She was a significant factor in getting PT into the WH, more than me and likely more than you, but whatever. Go ahead, keep attacking, but there’s no reason to make crap up. By the way, the reason she’s banned from CPAC is that the Koch-controlled Schlapp and his minions don’t want her talking about immigration. I wouldn’t be surprised if Malkin gets banned now as well.

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Daniel, SOMETIMES what comes out of Ann’s mouth is good; but there is no real substance behind it. She’s a real flip-flopper. Sad, but TRUTH. I’ve been an activist for a long time….and watched her flip-flop too many times. (Romney or not, Trump or not, it’s always been like that. Maybe it’s just a money-hustle, who knows)

        Now, on the other hand……This “little brown woman” as she calls herself, I’ve also met and watched over the years too. (I’m 5’9, and standing next to her, with her in HIGH heels, she doesn’t even hit my shoulders…)…

        Michelle has never changed her opinion or her attitude….Now, though, she does also have “cold anger” within her, and it makes her even better, IMO. I’ve been following both now for 14, going on 15 years.

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      • YvonneMarie says:

        She was gaga for Christie in ‘2012’.

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    • Liz says:

      You mean Clinton operative Ann Coulter? Your eyes are shut closed. Ann pushed President Trump because the Clinton’s wanted him to be the republican nominee they never thought she would lose……Be careful who you follow….

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      • Pokey says:

        From what I have seen, Bill and Hillary Clinton never had a worse adversary than Ann Coulter and I don’t agree with your comment about her.
        Read Ann’s book “Adios America” and you will see that many of Trumps talking points were borrowed from it. It was a great strategy, since the book was full of facts about US immigration policy failures and Trump’s opponents could not refute him when he cited them. Coulter has issues with him now and she has no access to him because of her criticisms of the lack of any results on the wall. He thinks she should be loyal to him and she thinks he should keep his campaign promises to all of us more seriously. I also voted for Trump because of his stand on our immigration problems. I believe he can still prevail while Ann apparently does not. I say we all have our liberties at stake and we had better get it right this time.

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    • pagefaeries says:

      Good people. She has books to sell and talk show segments to get booked on. She gets paid to play the role. Don’t confuse that with how you feel about the issue. The term – grifter – is not too far off a description for her and others like her (on both sides). If she were trying to set things on fire, she would run for office. As in do something than talk about it. Its all about Skin in the game folks.

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  2. wendy forward says:

    I knew Michelle a little when I was involved in Conservatism, Inc. activities and working for the INS. She’s the best. Last time I saw her she’d just had her second child. I told her she was one of those people who got skinnier every time she had a new baby.

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  3. ReCopa says:

    Wish Michelle would run for elective office. America needs her.

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    • farmhand1927 says:

      She knows she would never get out of the gate. The GOP Swamp Machine in Colorado despises her and her Tea Party roots. And the now true blue state of CO politics would spend however many millions needed to destroy her. But your point is well taken. She would be highly effective. Personally, I’d like to see her get Kelly Anne’s job.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        “Personally, I’d like to see her get Kelly Anne’s job.”
        WOW!!!!! What an absolutely fan-frucking-tastic idea!!!

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Stop. Michelle would probably make a great Press Sec, but her background is not sufficient to fill Kellyanne’s role. Each position requires a different skillset and expertise, and moving people around just because we like them is no way to best utilize individuals’ assets.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            Peoria: Just curious-what skillset does Kellyanne have that Michelle lacks:

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          • BigMamaTEA says:

            STOP ALL. WE want MICHELLE OUTSIDE….where she is safe and unrestricted!!!

            After you’ve all been doing this for some period of time…..you speak with greater clarity and authority…..Sd refers to it as “cold anger.” THAT is a good description of it. It’s not just anger, it’s an intense burning inside type of disgust, that motivates….that gives you strength……(No offense Sd, since you’re a guy…but, a MAMA BEAR- lift the effin’ car, cause your baby is under there…..) kind of anger……(It makes this natural-night-owl get her butt outta bed in the MORNING to listen to senate-tee-vee, for goodness sake!!)

            I see that in Michelle now. I have it. Some of you may have it, some may never, but you’ll dang-well be my backup if I call for it…….

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            • Peoria Jones says:

              Yes. Michelle is doing her best work (and clearly the work she prefers to be doing) right where she is. It would be a shame to lose that unfiltered voice to the political tightrope act required to be a POTUS’ spokesperson.

              As for Kellyanne, like her or not, she’s been great with the numbers and recalls data like a machine. She’s been a fantastic asset for DJT in her role(s). Personally, I’m less concerned about “liking” someone than their ability to perform specific objectives.

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      • Pokey says:

        The GOP swamp machine got swamped in Colorado along with the rest of us. The GOP was beaten badly in the trenches and it is coming to theaters nearby very soon.

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  4. simicharmed says:

    I’ll tell you what…Michelle Malkin is a JEWEL to any Immigrant and EVERY US Citizen! Listen and experience what CITIZENSHIP and Membership to the United States of America does (and should), mean to all… I’m proud that Michelle Malkin is a Citizen of the United States of America…I am

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    • bjosz says:

      That young woman is fantastic!!
      I loved her speech.

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    • oldumb says:

      She can be the example when people shout at me when I say legal immigration is good for America.

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      • I think it helpful to make a distinction between immigration and colonization.
        Progressive have been promoting colonization, the importation of foreign language, culture and religions into America and Europe while insisting that it was racist to suggest they integrate into society.

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      • Marc says:

        But notice a big part of her speech is that unchecked LEGAL immigration is killing the nation as well as illegal aliens flowing in. Demography is destiny.

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        • oldumb says:

          True. Point taken.

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        • CountryClassVulgarian says:

          I am a legal immigrant and I completely agree with her on that. Immigration needs to fulfill America’s need. Not some imaginary quota that puts every country on the “equal” footing. As far as I am concerned there are many countries from which we should not accept immigrants.

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          • Marc says:

            Remember the FNC hosts used to say we want the “best and brightest” to come here? Haven’t heard that line in years because the Uniparty rulers want cheap labor from south of the border and they’re typically not well educated.

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            • CountryClassVulgarian says:

              It’s not just cheap labor they are also hell bent on bringing in people with vastly different values. People that are extremely dangerous to this nation’s thriving and survival. Primarily practitioners of the religion of hate and rape.

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        • Kenji says:

          Absolutely! I would venture a guess that fewer than 10% of Americans know that America has admitted more than 1M LEGAL residents per year, continuously since 1979. Nor that those numbers explode to 4.45M per year when chain migration is added.

          The Left, and their lapdog media, have succeeded in confusing the public into believing conservatives HATE immigrants and immigration, and that we NEED immigrants to … do the work that Americans just won’t do.

          I frankly don’t care if it’s Ann Coulter’s harsh attack on MY President, or Michelle Malkin’s strident speech. Immigration “business as usual” is slowly destroying our country. Or I should say WAS slowly destroying our country … because we are now being “transformed” into the various shit-holey nations of our new immigrants origins … at an exponential rate. The US Chamber of Commerce, GOPe’s and their financial backers, Koch et.al. are destroying our nation. For profit. For THEIR profit.

          We need to EDUCATE the public, and counter the media-leftist narrative … not squabbling amongst ourselves. Not fighting each other for the last sliver of financial support.

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    • dallasdan says:

      I have never understood why she has not risen to loftier heights and gained greater exposure as a strong, unyielding conservative.

      I used to enjoy seeing her on Fox. Perhaps she was purged by Murdoch, Jr. Moreover, she may be perceived by the GOPe as a threat. Or, my perceptual skill is lacking and I just don’t frequent sites/publications that rightfully appreciate her.

      Her appearance and speech at CPAC add great value to the meeting. She speaks the whole truth in very clear language. She is among the patriots I admire most.

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      • cthulhu says:

        I suspect it’s because she’s been monetizing things along the way and banking the proceeds. She’s got four books out with Regnery Publishing (a couple spent weeks as NYT bestsellers), two more with Mercury Ink, and founded (and sold) HotAir and Twitchy. This has been extremely rational and intelligent behavior, being that she has simultaneously been growing her family, and you can’t keep betting “double or nothing” when you’re responsible for someone else’s lives as well as your own.

        She continues to have a weekly syndicated column and television appearances on various networks, as well as her blog — http://michellemalkin.com/about/.

        Very smart, capable, and admirable woman……who has done great things, and will most probably do more.

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      • dbobway says:

        Fox got rid of Michelle, as a regular, a good while ago. I think hosts with pull can still have her on the show.
        Michelle Maulkin is a true Patriot.

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        • That’s because the Murdoch diaper doodles are moving the network closer and closer to CNN. Used to be that Shep was pretty much the only conservative. Lots of finger in the wind employees. Seems as though now there are more and more “fare and baloonced” on air. Used to watch a lot of Fox. Now I’m down to F&F, Lou, Tucker, Harris (Overtime more than Outnumbered), Maria, Janine, Mark Levine, Jesse. Hannity could be on the list if he would stop his insufferable interruption of REAL conservative guests.
          The ManeStringedMedium is so totally in the swamp tank that those who listen to it are likely totally unaware of unemployment rates but fully aware of Michael Cohen’s unsubstantiated accusations of racism. If the SDNY has any credibility at all, they will charge his wife for her part in the medallion fraud. Then again, SDNY=back pocket of O’Failure.

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        • retiredseabee says:

          Michelle is back on Fox. Once a week on F&F.Sometimes on week end with Judge Jeanine. She disappeared from Fox for a year or so due to issues with Horaldo Rivera who called her Sl**t and other names on O’Reilly Factor show.

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        • swissik says:

          She was recently on Judge Jeannine and on Laura Ingram.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Her articulate moral clarity scares the hell out of the bums.

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    • Michael Kunz says:

      Me too, and I’m not, and never will be, an American, but I admire the America that was. For those of you who haven’t seen it, here is a little amusing take on the Dems, only two minutes:

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  5. Blind no longer says:

    Patriots UNITE!!!! We follow the greatest leader of our lifetime, President Donald J Trump!!!

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  6. Bullseye says:

    They work for us not the other way around. Michelle’s speech was outstanding standing O !

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    • Our salvation only comes when we realize our REAL enemy is the Republican party. They have captured and are slowly suffocating the conservatives in this country.
      We can no longer assume that they are working in our interests, as facts PROVE they are NOT.
      The GOP has no real ideology, no “beliefs” other than retaining the power and prestige their positions provide. The learned long ago that any truly conservative actions would be attacked by the leftist media, and as such decided upon their current tactics. Tell us what we want to hear, while doing NOTHING that would actually STOP the progressive movement. An easy agreement with the progressives who happily allow the Republicans to hold their seats as long as they will accept blame for the failed progressive policies.
      Meanwhile, at each election cycle, the Republicans are out begging for more money to pay the progressive media to NOT destroy them, more moeny to feather their nests, more money to corrupt their staff, ALL while holding the seats that SHOULD belong to TRUE conservatives.
      I do not say this in any recognition that conservatives have failed to elect conservatives, for we know that most republicans who hold office fully represent themselves AS conservative. They simply FAIL to BE ONE when it COUNTS, and own their seats with massive progressive power in media that eliminates anyone who might truly ACT as an CONSERVATIVE.

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      • archie says:

        I agree but conservatism has never been a political force. There just are not enough conservatives to vote conservatives into office. For conservatism to have a chance someone has to come up with a strategy to have influence without great numbers of actual politicians. If Kennedy was the swing vote in the Supreme Court conservatives can be the swing voters in elections.

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        • Almost every republican running for office in 2016 claimed they would repeal Obamacare.
          What happened?
          Trump was voted in as a candidate screaming BUILD THE WALL at the top of his voice. If no one wanted the damned thing, how did he get elected? yet NO WALL.
          While I will not deny that conservatism has an uphill battle, we have seen countless times where republicans were elected on a conservative platform to do nothing of the sort once elected. Further, when we have seen true conservatives elected holding the intention of advancing conservative policies, they have been stranded by Reublicans in congress and Senate to prevent them from doing anything.
          The GOP has NO agenda, not conservative, not progressive, not even moderate, They are the party of capitulation, they are the Grand Old Party of establishment power, they believe simply in themselves as deserving their power and position, their ENTITLEMENT. And they will kiss babies or butts to keep it, KNOWING that the only REAL threat is the progressive Media. WATCH as they retreat, cowtow, apologize profusely for any misunderstanding of their words or intent. Ever see a progressive apologize?

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          • Dennis Leonard says:

            You need to correct this,there is wall being built,
            “Trump was voted in as a candidate screaming BUILD THE WALL at the top of his voice. If no one wanted the damned thing, how did he get elected? yet NO WALL.”

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            • There is no wall being built with the support of Congress. Nothing was passed while they held both houses, and we’ll be lucky if the Senate does vote against emergency powers. Republicans should have voted this in two years ago. The democrats might have defeated it but we never even got close. The wall is 100% Trump, and nothing else.

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          • dallasdan says:

            “…we have seen countless times where republicans were elected on a conservative platform to do nothing of the sort once elected. Further, when we have seen true conservatives elected holding the intention of advancing conservative policies, they have been stranded by Reublicans in congress and Senate to prevent them from doing anything.”

            Yep.

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        • Judith says:

          Maybe we need to get cagey like the UNiparty and get ourselves elected under false pretenses. RINOS do this all the time!

          I would also like to see a concerted effort to move Republican voters into key Dimmie electoral districts instead of losing states to blue voters. If they redistrict, gerrymander and move the lines, we can cross over those lines again. I wouldn’t mind moving to Miami or into some key district in PA or NH come 2020. It’s a small price to pay for preserving our national sovereignty.

          In Dimmie strongholds like LA, places where Republicans don’t even bother to put up a candidate, wouldn’t it be great to POSE as a Dimmie and win these elections! AOCastro can write all our names in her little black book!

          Conservatives need to come up with some NEW strategies to beat the UNiparty at their own game, instead of just wringing our hands after every election and reviewing all the cheating that took place!

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        • MAGADJT says:

          Disagree 100%. Conservatism is probably the political philosophy that MOST people identify with in their daily lives. However, they are bullied into silence and non-action by popular culture, academia, and the media. Most feel that they are alone in their beliefs because they don’t see anyone else speaking out.

          Conservatives by nature are non-confrontational, and also have more to lose in speaking out because they have jobs, families, and lives to protect.

          Until we start fighting fire with fire by speaking out in every situation, protests, matching the physical confrontations of the liberals, we will continue to be marginalized.

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        • Dutchman says:

          My 60 years, I have repeatedly heard and read that America is a center right nation, and even with all the importation, I believe it is STILL a center right nation.

          However, as the Republicans occupy the space of Conservatives, without givi ng the substance in their actions, many conservatives get tired of voting for the lesser of two weavils, and so don’t vote.

          Others get divided by splitter strategy, allowing party candidate to survive primary.

          The Rockerfeller Republicans have been playing this role for a loong time. And, just as Dems have exposed themselves, no longer hiding behind boil the frog slowly, now the Republicon Decepticons are exposing themselves, more and more as they abandon their passive aggressive stealth moves, and openly defy us, MAGA and POTUS.

          THE Republicons are the true enemy. We cannot prevail with traitors in our ranks. It really is that simple.

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      • Zorro says:

        For 2020 our dollars must go to MAGA candidates directly. No dollars to the RNC, send back their solicitations and write on them no Republican support for POTUS and MAGA means no support for RNC.

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        • Judith says:

          I NEVER send money to the RNC. It annoys me that President Trump’s reelection campaign is obligated to partner with them.

          I would contribute to the Trump campaign if they could break free of the UNiparty leeches. All they do is siphon money away from him, just like they obstruct his policies in Congress every chance they get.

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          • piper567 says:

            Judith, 20% of the contributions to donaldjtrump go to RNC. they ‘siphon off” no more than that.
            And iirc, this arrangement was one the President agreed to during The Campaign.
            The thing is, we need to resist ALL other requests for our hard-earned $$$, even from Eric and Limberly…We have no control over where That Money goes.
            read the small print at the bottom of the pages!!!

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            • LafnH20 says:

              That’s the rub for me…

              No control… NO MONEY.

              Why is it…🤔
              WE NEVER HAVE ANY CONTROL!!

              Can’t fire elected representatives…
              The elected representatives CONTROL THAT.

              Can’t Build a wall with our own (Private Contributions) money…
              The anti wall croud CONTROLS THAT.

              Can’t stop Illegal INVADERS…
              The “We like Illegal INVADERS” Crowd
              CONTROLS THAT.

              Can’t change these things…
              The “WE DON’T WANT CHANGE” crowd CONTROLS THAT.

              🤔
              One thing I can control…
              An additional 5k rounds…. last quarter…

              THAT!!!! Is control.
              Come what may.
              Just sayin

              We need to find a way that does not involve MONEY!!!
              MONEY is the ENEMIES STRONG SUIT!!
              Or should I say..
              the LOVE of money is their string suit.


              Door #1
              “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”
              -Thomas Jefferson
              🤔

              Door #2
              “If that Bastard wins we ALL hang from nooses!”
              -H. Clinton
              🤔

              Door #3
              When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.
              -Maya Angelou
              🤔

              ?????

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              • piper567 says:

                Lafn, the election of 2016 proved that it’s NOT just money!!! hrc outspent Trump BigTime, and it got her zero.
                Someone upthread said we need to field [and then vote for] MAGA Candidates.
                He’s right imo: its the fielding part that eludes us.
                I do not believe that we on the R have reached a sufficient level of outrage to play the current system to victory.
                Our Founding Fathers DID reach their line in the sand.
                And until we can field MAGA Candidates who are wiling to sacrifice what’s needed to actually run for Offices and work for votes, we will not eliminate the Rinos in our midst.

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        • retiredseabee says:

          I sent back the envelopes full of coupons cut from junk mails. They stop sending me solicitations.

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          • swissik says:

            Coupons, that is funny. Some years ago I collected all the envelopes, unopened, and stuffed them into a larger one to return to the RNC and that finally did the trick. The reason they kept bugging me was that I had briefly registered R so I could vote for Buchanan in CA’s primary. I almost immediately changed registration to undeclared but that didn’t deter the RNC. It was a long time ago.

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      • Robert Vance says:

        Oh BS. The GOP ain’t perfect, just better than Hillary’s party. And yeah we need to make it better than it is now. And destroy the Uniparty.

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        • Tell me what the GOP supports… I mean that they actually advance in Congress that can be reasonably labeled as a conservative agenda. Trump was able to advance his tax cuts but was forced to capitulate on massive spending increases. What ever DID happen to all those concerns about deficits? Healthcare? Immigration? Entitlement reform? Late term abortion? How about planned patenthood selling aborted baby parts?
          What’s DOES it mean to be conservative?

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      • JBT says:

        Bought and paid for by big [globalist] business; perform like organ monkeys. They have no virtuous motives – just greed!!

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      • I don’t agree. The GOPe believes fervently in its idelogology of cuckservative open borders corporatist globalism. Greed and the hunger for power are not enough to explain the stunning magnitude of their perfidy, especially since many of their pseudo-intelligentsia don’t get very rich and have no power.

        Keep in mind that RATIONALIZATIONS are among the most powerful and indispensible forces in human psychology. Also, the natural tendency is for anyone who is intensely interested in politics to become an ideologue. Ideology is a filter that we all use to make sense out of a hyper-complex modern world.

        Don’t sell the ideology of cuckservatism short.

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        • The GOP is not power hungry, they’re power greedy. They don’t want to rule the world, they just want to keep their office, their staff, their prestige. Progressives want to rule the world, but will allow the republicans to keep most of their seats to constitute the loyal opposition as a handy foil. The Republican establishment does not worry me with their legislation…because there is nothing meaningful.. They Do Nothing. That is their ideology. Do Nothing to agitate the progressive media.
          Ideology is typically a tool to allow people to NOT have to reason, simply repeat after me, and follow the program. Conservatism is far less of an ideology whereas progressivism is a radical fundamentalist religion. Conservatism is pragmatism begging to just stay with what works, whereas progressives want to discard EVERYTHING and HOPE that their religious leaders theories pan out….pursuing an agenda that has continually failed over history, only lacking perfection in execution.

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          • “The Republican establishment does not worry me with their legislation…because there is nothing meaningful.. ‘

            That’s the problem. They campaign with big, bad marbles on what they are going to do for us and to get us from under the rule of the greedy, power Mad Democrat party. Once elected, Hilliary comes out with her hammer, smashes the marbles into grains of sand, and they retreat. You can count on your hands the Republican Congress people who escape the blows of the hammer and actually show up to represent the people. Unfortunately, a couple are committee chairmen but very few are leadership. Most GOP leadership are like the wizard behind the curtain—hoping there is no Toto to pull back the curtain.

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          • CountryClassVulgarian says:

            THAT is an excellent analysis and absolutely true.

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      • coltlending says:

        👏👏👏👏👏

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  7. TY, Sundance – you’re the BEST.

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  8. CNN_sucks says:

    Love..love Michelle. She was great.

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  9. Rob says:

    Malkin delivered a “call to arms.”
    —-

    Yep.

    And here they come! Millions of “conservatives” descending on the Capitol, the DNC, and the establishment GOP headquarters, DEMANDING that they put America first. And chaining themselves to anything that’s fixed in place, and swearing to God they will NOT leave until the government responds to the will of the people.

    What? That didn’t happen? You mean I was confusing the sound of the GOP saying they’ll vote against President Trump’s emergency declaration with the sound of “real conservatives” banging down the doors?

    My bad. You’d think by now I would recognized the sounds I’ve heard dozens of times before.

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  10. paper doll says:

    ” Building the border wall is just half the battle. The numbers tell all. ”
    Indeed. Excellent speech

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  11. WSB says:

    Michelle is a National Treasure. Her statistics on the number of people illegally in this country are astonishing to many who do not read here.

    #DEPORTYOUTOO

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  12. Zaza says:

    Unfortunately Malkin, Levin and those like them ie the Red State Radio parrots have been squawking the same nonsense for decades about the evil LIBERALS while their own neo-con Bushies have done as much damage to this nation as anyone. Now they have NO CHOICE but to join MAGA Nation or lose the last vestiges of their dwindling audiences, I have no interest in what these 11th hour preachers have to say.

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    • Troll Team ZERO.
      Zero understanding of what Malkin and Levin are revealing.
      Zero integrity for failing to note President Trump’s MANY hat-tips to Levin at CPAC.

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      • wendy forward says:

        WRONG-Michelle’s “Invasion” came out right after 9/11. She’s anything but late to the dance and is absolutely not a neo-Con.

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      • Zaza says:

        Levin and Malkin have REVEALED……

        NOTHING… at least to me, I knew who the Deep State was LONG BEFOE these sad clubpublicans chose to admit the stench coming from their Bushpublican carcasses.

        If YOU were enlightened by them, that is your sad epitaph.

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        • No links … no integrity.

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          • Zaza says:

            I was on the Trump Train 4 years ago, always happy to make room for these johnny come latelys like Malkin/Levin,

            But you hold onto your fantasy’s, if it makes you feel better.

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            • oldumb says:

              You aren’t making room. You are calling out, it a petty way. They are on board, why groan?

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              • Zaza says:

                “They are on board,”

                and you know that how? Talk is cheap.

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                • Dennis Leonard says:

                  Well what goes around comes around,Zaza

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                • oldumb says:

                  You prove that. Levin supports the presidents actions. Michelle is for America and by default MAGA. Even if she dislikes POTUS personally, which is fib=ne

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                • Zaza says:

                  oldumb says: “I fall for whatever i hear”

                  yes, that’s why the gopublican uniparty has been around for 30 years.

                  sadly, you never learn.

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                • David A says:

                  Zaza, your talk is cheap.
                  In fact it is free.

                  They are doing FAR MORE then you to get the word out, and far more effectively. You sound jealous of this, that they make a living carrying
                  the torch for the ideals of individual liberty and responsibility.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Agreed

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        • wj2016 says:

          I haven’t followed Malkin but yes, Levin was a rabid Trump hater in early 16 after it was obvious that Cruz was not going to win the nomination. He has changed his tune probably because of financial interests since he was losing market share and people werent buying his crappy books.

          As long as they are on board now, I am good with them.

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          • oldumb says:

            So cynical, Levin is on board because he saw Trumps conservative administration and actions. It is called a change of heart based on ground reality – AKA confident manliness.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Agreed, wj2016 – I think this is exactly what happened with Levin and Michelle. I am glad to see that they have come around if their conversion is genuine. Her speech was terrific.

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            • David A says:

              Exactly so. I was not on the Trump train myself. I did not know this man, who appeared more a celebrity who always pushed his brand, was an incredibly hard worker with an indefatigable will to accomplish patriotic goals that are the core of American values.

              Donald Trump has inspired more then millions of Americans, as the people of other nations are rebelling now against the one-world Blackbeards.

              ( One world – in general seeing all humans as ADULT children of God is noble. ( Adult – meaning they are responsible if they choose evil, and they are responsible for their own life. And meaning they have individual liberty to choose who to help, who to aid, and individual rights to arms and property )

              However these evil Bastard Blackbeards mean something quite different by One World. They simply mean one world to rule over! They are an UNNECESSARY evil, and we are not their CHILDREN, which is the state they wish to place “everybody” else in.

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          • California Joe says:

            We need every voice and every vote on our side that we can get. I’m not particular!

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          • Let us recall how many republicans were in the primary, all supported by some faction of republicanism. Trump WON which means in spite of their prior preferences, they still came into the Trump fold and supported him. We do not need blind minions who will suport any ideologue, but on the other hand we cannot dismiss and reject anyone who we do not agree with on EVERY point. Rationality and pragmatism are the foundation of conservative thought. On the other hand, there is no progressive thought, ONLY ideology that demands adherence to every sound bite and talking point proffered. Step outside their lines and find yourself in a hostile wilderness.

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        • James Carpenter says:

          Golly, Zaza… your prescience is beyond admirable. You were “there” first and the rest of us were so sloooooow to catch on, catch up.
          Would you allow us to grovel at the foot of your throne? If we beg?

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      • aumechanic says:

        Malkins is good, wouldn’t trust Levine in a shit house with a muzzle on, he’s one of those full throated republicans.

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        • Levin may no longer be on the UniParty dole. POTUS advised to watch his Sunday show. I trust POTUS.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            I agree. Levin began to change as he watched Trump battle those who would betray America-both the Democrats and their “conservative” allies. Levin is a fighter as is Malkin. We need everyone of them with us.

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        • Zaza says:

          Levin was a FULL GoldmanSoros globalist until he realized he was about to lose his entire audience. Amazing how going broke will make you “see the light”.

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          • oldumb says:

            Conjecture, and self serving at that.

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          • California Joe says:

            Rush was the same way until he saw the power of Trump.

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            • Pragmatism tells us that electing someone who is not ideologically pure but effective in advancing much of your agenda is preferable to one who IS ideologially pure but can’t even get elected, or if they do, moderates so much that none of your agenda is left.
              For decades politics has been played using the progressive rule book. The progressive media has hammered any conservative who actually stood for conservative values as racist or worse, and each time the “conservative” retracted and apologized for their “insensitive commments”. Constantly backing up, retreating, ALL because of the media’s influence of public opinion and “democratic outcomes”.
              We need desperately to understand that it is the MEDIA who runs this country. Whether they are the tools or the owners of progressive politics does not matter. Trump understands this which is why he has gone head-on into the fray, understanding there is only forward or reverse, attempting to stand in the middle will destroy you.
              The GOP has sought that compromise, the balance point, which the media has granted, but is is a position of impotence, neutered, eunuchs in the service of progressivism, while working in the name of conservatism.

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            • mikeyboo says:

              Correct. And Rush has grown to be a very articulate voice-with millions of listeners-IN FAVOR of Pres Trump. When people who have massive audiences come to our side it is churlish and abysmally stupid to reject them.

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    • Amy2 says:

      You must not have watched her.

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    • Ray Runge says:

      There must be multiple opportunities for fresh rocks for you to crawl under.

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    • One would wonder why, if their audiences are dwindling, why it is necessary to block them, to dePlatform them, to secretly silence them? Isn’t that so terrible ODD?
      It surely couldn’t have anything to do with the fact that all these platforms are owned and controlled by unabashed progressives, heart broke and tearful after Hillary’s tragic LOSS.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        OK madashell, I had to look up odd but your description is so very apt:
        Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is a childhood disorder that is defined by a pattern of hostile, disobedient, and defiant behaviors directed at adults or other authority figures. ODD is also characterized by children displaying angry and irritable moods, as well as argumentative and vindictive behaviors.

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    • archie says:

      At great peril to a tongue lashing I will agree with Zaza. #batteredconservativesyndrome says it all. As a performance metric lets consider the number of conservatives in Congress and the state houses. Congress has about 8-12% conservatives and states houses around 4%. Not much of a legacy for 25 years of conservative media.

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      • It hasn’t been for a lack of trying. The progressive media has been very effective in controlling who has “public support” and who is vilified. Trump is one of th efew who has made it, and that simply due to their own arrogance. AS is today, they have no sense of proportion, by going completely over the top on disparaging Trump, they actually hardened his support.
        As a conservative, I can only hope that Trump’s limited success will give other courage to try, but of course this is exactly why progressives have gone after Trump so destructively, himself, his family, and anyone who openly supports him….to make DAMNED SURE that no one else tries this again.
        They will attempt to make an example of Trump. They will leave no rock unturned, no accusation not made regardless of how false or defamatory.
        The key to progressives attaining power is through our education system, and their key to keeping it is their media, their attack dogs, hit squads, terrorists and brownshirts.
        Only someone intentionally blind cannot see this.

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      • James Carpenter says:

        Ever heard of the “Tea Party”?
        Would you have, without the MSM?
        I rest my case your Honor.

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      • starfcker says:

        There’s no grifter money in conservatism, Archie. The Clintons showed the world how it was done. Conservatism has been worthless if you are a soulless grifter lawyer looking to cash-in, ever since. All any Republican lawyer has ever wanted to be since, is a cash receiving Clinton Democrat. Exhibit A, Trey Gowdy.

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    • oldumb says:

      lol, she called out the bushes.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Really? You might want to actually check their audiences before calling them “dwindling”.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      People can have a change of heart. POTUS performed. Their heartfelt feelings about him changed. Give them some credit. Has life changed you over time, but there are still people who never accept you for who you are today? Think about that for a moment.

      Accept them for the people they are today. Allow them to support our President. And, if they don’t, we’ll tell them how we feel about it! We don’t need two-faced support!

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  13. Just watched what EVERY American should know:

    “Gosnell: America’s Biggest Serial Killer”

    Looks like the D-rats’ Socialist Party used it to script their Infanticide Legalization.

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  14. Monticello says:

    Bless her, she is a clear eyed patriot!

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  15. Sentient says:

    She called out the Turtle! Good for her!

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  16. Carson Napier says:

    Michelle Malkin has written frequently of Grover Norqust’s shady connections to jihadists.

    “If any Democrat activist had such shady connections, conservatives would be on him like white on rice. Instead, Norquist has gotten away with smearing his critics — most notably, former Reagan official Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy, one of the most decent and patriotic Republicans I’ve had the honor of meeting as hatemongers. The conservative movement cannot afford to be associated with race-card-playing apologists who refuse to cut their lucrative ties to terrorist sympathizers.”

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    • wj2016 says:

      Gaffney is a war mongering (and of course, never served a day in uniform) loon. He was a big proponent of the Iraq disaster and still agitates for a war with Iran. No thanks to that conspiracy mongering nut job.

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      • Carson Napier says:

        Norquist, who has a history of attacking people for being guilty of “Islamophobia” (I’m sure he thinks DJT is also an “Islamophobe”) , attacked Gaffney because Gaffney isn’t exactly a fan of Islam.

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        • Sentient says:

          Everyone with a brain should dislike Islam, so kudos to Gaffney for that. He’s still a warmonger who should be kept at bay. I’m surprised Bolton and Abrams haven’t tried to bring him on board yet. I’d feel better if Bolton and Abrams were out of the administration, but perhaps the president keeps them there as good-cop-bad-cop props to help establish Trump’s resolve in dealings with Kim, etc. As long as the president continues to disregard Bolton’s prodding to get us into another war, we should be ok.

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  17. jahealy says:

    Malkin is fearless. It was encouraging to hear the shouts of approval and agreement in the crowd, because she’s treading on what was, pre-Trump, sacred ground. I heard something about Van Jones in passing earlier today, couldn’t sort it out till I read Michelle’s transcript. Good on her for calling him out, and Matt Schlapp at the same time for inviting him. Enough with the “inclusiveness” and appeasement.

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    • olderwiser21 says:

      Yeah, Matt – WTH???? Get a clue, man!

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    • Sentient says:

      It’s good for Malkin to remind everyone that Van Jones is not entirely benign, but Van Jones is helpful in often committing candor. When he gives credit to Trump or Republicans, it blunts the charge that they’re uncaring, racist, whatever, giving a lot of people – of all races – permission to vote for Trump. Jones gives good video clip, and I’m sure a lot of lib strategists are mad at him for any concessions he makes to Trump. We need to convince undecided voters. Some of Jones’ statements help in that – precisely because he has credibility on the left.

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  18. Carson Napier says:

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  19. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I watched this epic speech yesterday as she was delivering it. I was shouting YES as she was tearing into the Establishment RINOs and calling for the attention on the Invasion at the border. She also snapped at CPAC for giving little attention to the topic of Immigration and only doing a 20-minute panel. She was spot on.

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  20. If the Big Tech companies censored, defunded and silenced, Leftists, there would already be marches and legislation. Yet Republicans sit there like useless warts. Oh hell no.

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  21. Coast says:

    This is why I have been an active member of NumbersUSA for several years. Help do something.

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  22. olderwiser21 says:

    Forgive me if I am incorrect, but wasn’t Michelle on the Never Trump train along with Levin at the beginning of the campaign? Seems like they have both come around, but I have to wonder what the problem was in the first place and how genuine their conversions now.

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    • Eric says:

      Not sure about Michelle, but Levin was as Never Trump as you can get. He either legitimately “saw the light” or he finally saw how his position was affecting his bottom line.

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      • Carson Napier says:

        Levin was like Muslim Rage Boy against Trump mainly as Trump had “insulted” Levin’s “Perfect Man”, Rafael Cruz. He really went quite nuts even for Levin.

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        • olderwiser21 says:

          He really did, Carson. I remember. I quit listening to him.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            I quit listening to him as well. But since he has come aboard he has been a very articulate ally. Many of us have evolved political positions over the years. Are we giving political virginity tests now?

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            • olderwiser21 says:

              Ha! – No, Mikey – most decidedly not, but I do have a tendency not to trust someone after they have betrayed my original belief in them, so I struggle with Levin’s conversion, but that’s just me. I realize change is possible. Let’s hope his is genuine…

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        • David A says:

          Many people sincerely thought that Cruz was the most conservative candidate. They also did not trust Trump.

          ( I was in this camp for a while, yet with the help of some good articulate and informed posters I came to like Donald Trump and now consider him to be a great warrior.

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      • Zaza says:

        “finally saw how his position was affecting his bottom line.”

        the most likely case since his in-laws are also in-beds with the Goldman-Soros syndicate.

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    • Zorro says:

      Many, many people had reservations about DJT but in no way could vote for the wench. They now see his accomplishments, the unfair, evil witch hunt aginst him, and became supporters.

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    • Carson Napier says:

      “She noted for her conservative audience that Trump was a supporter of “socialized medicine” and an abuser of eminent domain”

      “After a good 12-hour delay, Trump finally responded.”

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      • wj2016 says:

        Wow. I never followed the irritating little wench. She was certainly the big twitter hero calling DJT a “coward”.

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        • Let’s not forget that Trump was a Democrat and big Clinton chum for years, and like many others have done in the past, saw some rationality in socialist ideas. It is not until you are forced to confront reality that idealistic notions give way to the real world full of people who just don’t behave as socialists would like.
          Even today Trumps inclinations are much closer to JFK than Goldwater, so let’s not go nuts over Trump as the prototypical conservative.
          I like Trump because he is pragmatic and recognizes that our problems are less about ideology than corruption. Admittedly progressivism IS big Gov, the root of all corruption, but it is that corruption that is our greatest threat. The fact that he can’t get his border wall passed is far less about ideology and ALL about corruption….a corruption intent on preserving it’s power, something that can’t happen if Trump is effectual.

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          • Zaza says:

            “Trump was a Democrat and big Clinton chum for years,”
            —————–

            Based on what? The fact DJTrump did business in NYNY, the city so corrupt it needs TWO monograms, means he rubbed elbows with a lot of sleeze. That doesn’t make him a “clinton chum” or a “democrat”.

            You sound like one of the Erkel Erickson Never Trumpers who just can’t wait to get another Bushie FDR GOPublican so we can go back to the horrid business as usual in Swampwater USA.

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      • Liberty Forge says:

        Ouch.

        Those old tweets gotta hurt.

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        • Zaza says:

          Only if people keep bringing them up, this is what these type bank on, everyone forgetting about their previous stance on preserving establishment Repubs.

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          • Stillwater says:

            I remember Michelle Malkin during the Bush years. I wasn’t a big fan but I’m willing to give her a chance. Hannity grew out of of his neocon phase so I’ll give her a chance as I’ve had my own phases to grow out of as well. I always remember though. I especially pay close attention to what people do during critical points in time.

            The eminent domain situation was also an issue for me before I became a Trump supporter because those eminent domain laws have been so abused in this country (beyond the original intent of the law) so as to greatly weaken private property rights. However, I eventually researched more on Trump and I’m happy I voted for him. Best vote I ever cast.

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      • olderwiser21 says:

        Carson – thanks for those retweets of Malkin’s. I knew that I remembered her being extremely anti-Trump during his campaign, along with Levin. It made me not like either of them. Her speech yesterday was very good, but I don’t believe she actually said a word about supporting the President and his policies/accomplishments. I would assume she probably still doesn’t like him very well. Those tweets between the two were brutal.

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        • Carson Napier says:

          I think you summed it up very well.

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        • coltlending says:

          How never were some Never Trumpers? It ran the gamut.

          There is no doubt there was a lot of legitimate skepticism about president Trump’s suitability, intentions and policies when he announced his he was going to run for POTUS.

          In the early months of the campaign people with a memory and who read only knew of his celebrity mindset, T.V. show, his shorting creditors as his NJ casino empire financially imploded in the early 1990’s, and in 2007 when he welched on his 2003 Friends-and-Family 10% discount on Condo’s in the Chicago Trump Tower.

          By 2003 the Real Estate market had come back after the 2001 9/11 economic impact, and Trump wanted that 10% back. He bullied those without the financial resources to fight him on it and Trump won often.

          None of that history shined very well on the character of candidate Trump.

          At the outset of his candidacy, many who were aware of those historical mile-posts in candidate Trump’s career (among other mile-posts) were so fed-up with being sold-out by both political parties and desperate for change, myself included, people said, “If I’m going to get shorted again with my vote for POTUS, it might as well be by somebody new. And this guy Trump sure seems to know how to be the big shark in the big pond.

          And, if he’s one hell of a SOB and we’re in for an epic political battle (just hiw epic few could imagine), at least he’ll be our SOB. We don’t want to be led by a guy who fights with a knife when the opposition fights with a 12g M3.”

          At the time, no one could be sure if candidate Trump was sincere about “America First” and “MAGA”.

          But as I stated above, politically, it was a time to call-out “Broken Arrow” in a sense, because America was getting hosed, politically and economically by our own.

          It wasn’t so clear then, the Globalists, Uniparty and media dynamics.

          But many American’s in their bones felt it.

          One American, the Paul Revere, Saint of blogosphere who tirelessly laid it out in black-and-white — Sundance (and his or her team).

          In a sense the sentiment and desperation of many right-minded American people politically was perhaps a little akin to the economic desperation of the German people in 1933.

          Levin, Malkin and others were perhaps mortified about how wrong the election of a president Trump could go given his heretofore history they felt never Trump.

          Because of the results of PDJT, the Globalists, the Deep State, the Left, and the Mockingbird Media have gone DEFCON 3, perhaps 2.

          Now we find ourselves two-years and many mile-markers down the road after the election.

          President Trump isn’t perfect.

          But, given the potholes, turns, mud slides, turned around and missing road signs, he has driven America in a direction for a better America better than any POTUS in perhaps 150 years.

          And, he’s navigated doing so without becoming a Hitler or Obama.

          That’s had to have sunk-in to the minds of some former Never Trumpers.

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          • coltlending says:

            “We don’t want to be led by a guy who fights with a knife when the opposition fights with a 12g M3.”

            Should of said, “We don’t want to be led by a guy who fights with a knife when the opposition fights with a 12g M3 and an AG with a knife”.

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          • Progressives insist that conservatives live by a different, a much higher morality than they ever would. They are surrounded by lies and corruption of which they are oblivious while pointing out every failure of Trump to live up to these standards and insist it is an indictment of anyone who supports Trump.

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          • olderwiser21 says:

            Excellent, Colt – I think you are exactly right! Great comment!

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        • mikeyboo says:

          Personally, I don’t care if “she still doesn’t like him very well”. Malkin and I despise the same bunch. At this point, the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

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      • Zaza says:

        This is the average Malkin shtick, never an original thought running flack and shilling for the NEVER Trumpers like Erkel Erkcson, it’s really sad they are allowed to come back and pretend to support the POTUS just to keep their tiny little media businesses going.

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        • Carson Napier says:

          Yup. It’s hard to tell if they have had a change in heart or just figure they need a new “business model”. Especially with Erickson.

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          • Zaza says:

            Erkel Erickson and Glen Beck are the worst, but not hardly the entirety of the “I’M A REAL CONTHERVTIF” never Trumpers who wanted to run the tardling Jebbie Bushling against Hitliary, knowing full well that idiot simp would be annihilated.

            Basically they are GOPers that voted for “HER TURN”, so they would have fuel to rail against on the radio for another 4 years. The RepubliCON media hacks are as bad as any media hacks if you see them for what they are.

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            • olderwiser21 says:

              Zaza – I agree and Beck is the absolute worst of them. I think he’s actually kind of mentally ill. I don’t know why the President is currently giving shout outs to Levin. I remember absolutely hating him for the things he used to say about POTUS. I don’t really trust his “conversion” I am sorry to say. I guess we shall see.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        That’s an amusing exchange. And now they are (pace H. Clinton) “Stronger Together”!!!

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    • bessie2003 says:

      That was my impression too.

      Yes, this is a good speech. Good points made. Important points that needed to be said.

      Read on another site that C-Span doesn’t have any links to her speech though it has links to all the other speakers. Which says this speech was definitely on target. Might have been her calling out the Turtle and the Ghost of McCain that caused it to not be showing on the C-Span line up.

      Good for her!

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    • oldumb says:

      Trump convinced Levin with his actions. Per Levin radio show. I have no problem with doubters, as long as they are honest.

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  23. SmurfetteX says:

    Superb speech, Michelle Malkin!

    Them: Big Business and Big Government

    Daniel Inouye (88th President pro tempore of the United States Senate) quoting the Constitution: There exists a shadowy government with its own [military], its own fundraising mechanisms, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of the national interest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself.

    Us: Diversity is NOT our strength. Unity is. Our common purpose is the common defense of our nation. Good people make America great. Good people: Stand and fight.

    WE HAVE NO CHOICE.

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  24. Daniel says:

    I watched the entire thing again. I always miss things when I’m caught up in the moment. (Caught up in the moment means emotional involvement) I noticed how she acknowledged she was going over time. I noticed how she announced she was going to go over time. I noticed how she walked off stage. I noticed how she called out CPAC organizers. She doesn’t expect to return to CPAC after this.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      She was both gutsy and brilliant. We need more of this.

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      • annieoakley says:

        I agree. I cannot forget that Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller have not been invited to speak or even allowed to attend for years. Van Jones is an example of CPAC moving left IMO. I don’t like this move at all.

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        • CountryClassVulgarian says:

          Without constant diligence, any conservative organization will drift left. Its a shame that CPAC banned Pam Geller and Robert Spencer and gave van jones a place on stage. Michelle was right van jones is a leader of pushing conservatives/conservatism out of the public square. he does not deserve the honor of CPAC’s stage.

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  25. Michael Hennessy says:

    Malkin ignored the “Call to Arms” in 2016 when she went into hiding as Trump was rising.

    She was MIA the entire campaign and the first year of his Presidency. She’s a book peddling DC strain of “Conservative” whose “Call to Arms” is an infommercial for her next book.

    Despite 20 years of chum from Her, Coulter, Kristol, etc. cultural decay and institutional rot hardly took notice! (of course their boated Bank accounts did!)

    Blah, blah, buy my book!

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  26. Michelle gave a good speech. I don’t see evidence that she is still NT, but she like many pundits, makes money on books, speeches and recognition. I don’t mind that–only if she is disingenuous in announcing her affiliations.

    Look, politics ain’t beanbag and people that play in the game rough each other up. Sometimes their views evolve over time, particularly when they see actions and not just words. I think POTUS has convinced many that voted independent or sat out the 2016 election of his true conservative bona fides by his actions. Remember that he did sound and act like a Dem earlier in his career, and for many it might have been hard to tell that he was truly his own man with courage to save our country.

    Levin has been a vigorous supporter of Trump since at least sometime in 2017–and actively decries the Spygate nonsense regularly. He seems to be a true supporter now (and POTUS recognizes him that way, clearly).

    It doesn’t bother me if people honestly get on board now–remember, POTUS says we R’s need to stick together! I was not a fan of his until about Mar/April of 2016, when I saw the sense of his arguments, and proposals. I vigorously “campaigned” for him among friends and family–but that doesn’t make me any better than a later supporter–not now when we need EVERY authentic supporter we can get.

    C’mon folks, let’s not quarrel but find a way to stand together–we are all supporters of Pres. Trump and should use our energy for good not tearing each other down.

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    • piper567 says:

      Wisdom,
      Malkin was quite clear that immigration has long been a biggy for her…right from the beginning of her little talk.
      I fail to see why we have to suspect her motives re the President..people change. And if she has changed bc Trump is clear ab polices she cares ab, so what? Lotsa people voted for him for their individual reasons…some of whom don’t care for him as we do.
      The actual value of her speech, imo, was to a) make many aware of the numbers here, and b) to place the blame for the mess where it needs to be squarely placed.
      I for one think she did a really good job of both.
      Kudos to her, she said her piece and said it well.

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      • Zaza says:

        “to place the blame for the mess where it needs to be squarely placed.”
        ————-

        you mean the fools that wanted to run another Bush vs a Clinton?

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        • piper567 says:

          Zaza, yeah, that’ll work.

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          • Zaza says:

            have any of the never Trumpers like Malkin, Beck or Erickson ONCE ADMITTED they were wrong? Please link the proof, I’m betting none of them have, they all want it to be forgotten they spent the first year of MAGA railing against the POTUS plans for tariffs, border security and reduced mid-eat gas canning.

            If Hillary Clinton comes out tomorrow with a huge speech supporting the POTUS and his MAGA agenda, am I also to believe “she has changed”?

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        • We “fools” want to run anyone we think can win, as without office, everyone remains simply commentators on our demise. If we REALLY wanted change we would simply amass on the commons and demand it…but we don’t. we vote and we hope and we bitch and moan, but we are willing to risk very little, and the progressives, who’s fortunes lie in the taking of what we prize, to award to others, DARE us to sacrifice anything to preserve it.
          Progressive voters do so to GAIN while conservative voters do so to PRESERVE.
          When you have everything to gain, it’s all hands on deck. When you have everything to lose, but your are losing it incrementally, you are far less aggressive. Conservatives are against risk, whereas progressives are complete dependent upon others and understand to have is to TAKE.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Malkin was articulate, passionate, and unapolgetic. In short-she was MAGA!

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  27. Anonymous says:

    What has Trump done on immigration? We have all this fluttering about a wall that is just a symbol.

    Go enforce the law and deport every illegal alien: criminals, kids, I don’t care. Just do it. Stop tweeting and use your power.

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  28. Christopher A Wright says:

    Nice speech. When do we start murder democrats? Everyone needs 2 kills. I’m supr happy

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  29. zorrorides says:

    There’s precisely a gazillion Americans who voted Trump for President against their better nature, he was so …unusual… you know. But we had to vote against Hillary so, once again, we voted for the R nominee.

    After considering Mr Trump’s Gone To Washington for two years, at least half-a-gazillion people are now convinced this Trump is on a mission from God to save our Republic and our constitution. “Conservative’ politicians never did nothin’ compared to VSGPDJT.

    POTUS Trump is the first one to know what the people want and went out and did it, with style too.

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    • mac says:

      Yep. Nailed it dead solid perfect, you did.

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    • @ChicagoBri says:

      If anyone had told me in 2015 that I would have voted for now-President Trump, I would have questioned his/her sanity (though a prescient Mark Steyn column explaining Donald Trump riffing in NH was of interest to me) – even after he won the nomination, I was dubious. When in a debate he said to Hillary, “You’d be in jail” I knew he’d be different. The Ds are insane, and GOP is dead to me, but President Trump, myriad flaws and all, is the indispensable man.

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  30. ColtLending says:

    She crushed it in that speech.

    ‘Love that woman.

    I was disappointed in what appeared to be it being sparsely attended.

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  31. Bogeyfree says:

    I think once the Mueller report comes out and once the articles of impeachment from the House are dead in the Senate then PT goes after the RINO’s.

    In fact I would not be surprised to see he call them out specifically by name and he begins to endorse specific conservative Nationalist candidates.

    Maybe he needs to work up a Conservative Nationalist Pledge on key points for all Americans to see and read to better understand the key issues they MUST vote for come 2020.

    Also by doing this it begins to move away from the word Republican.

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    • zorrorides says:

      Bogey, TY.
      Said Conservative National Pledge is exactly how we can select our challengers against the incumbents in the coming primary elections. These candidates don’t need to raise money and schmooze the Party to win. They just promise to do the Pledge. The RINOs will not Pledge.

      “Vote for me! I’m with Them, the People and Donald Trump. I support every point of the Pledge.”

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  32. Bronxite says:

    Sadly; we were enjoying DJT CPAC speech; … until he again said ‘we need workers; more immigrants” with the sales pitch that ‘we are doing so much better than i thought we would do”. At that point we had to stop watching; for the first time shut off the donald.
    As readers are aware; Javanka is his point man in “hammering out a deal on immigration” ; listening to “what the stakeholders want”. This translates to another sellout ; for the sake of making a ‘deal’. The stakeholders are chamber of commerce; jorge W. Arbusto institute; and the big tech companies; many of whom are now headed by indians. Stephen miller is alone in advocating for us; and the bushites who control white house staffing have & are blocking the hiring and even the input of patriots like lou barletta; or kris kobach. It is truly a rigged system.
    Trump is likelynot interested nor aware of the automation and robotics revolution that is already underway in manufacturing, agriculture and manual labor. Even if he were aware; it might not matter. The evil potato merkel visited KUKA AG robotics factory in april ; 2015 when she was photographed next to an automobile assembly line robot. A few months later she opened the gates to invasion ; using the cover story that german industry needed the highly skilled religion of peace workers.
    Side bar- west germany invited turkish guest workers in 1960’s ; AFTER the wirtschaftswunder economic recovery; german industry did not want to pay higher wages; and same as here; increased the labor supply to decrease wages. The ‘guests who would not leave” are still there.
    USA wages are finally increasing after 40 years of stagnation; whifh was a trump campaign pledge. Allowing in more H1b will reverse this nascent trend; in effect DJT sabotaging his own plan. Trump may not realize this; or even worse; may not care.
    He seems stuck in his NYC deal making mode; not knowing that the rinos/dems and deep state globalists are the enemy; and are not business partners who want a mutually beneficial negotiation. Trump is surround by enemies; he is all we have; pelase contact him and let him know we are counting on him. From recent reports such as the adjusting of H1b’s to no longer be llimited by country origin; and being prevented from meeting the angel moms; it seems that the enemy within is controlling him.
    The H1b program had previously been set up to limit the number of visa’s from any one country. That limit has been changed; at ghe behest of big tech; and this means that india will dominate the H1b’s. This means they will hire only their own; and americans will not he able to get a tech job at any wage. The indian visa worlers live like sardines i; and are tethered to the compnay that brought them to the usa; as if indentured servants. This is all on top of the fact that american stem graduates; who number near 500,000 per year; have been encouraged to study stem fields by the regime ; and go into heavy debt. A casual observer might conclude that the rulers of this country do not have our best interests at hearts.
    I am afraid that The Donald may have been overwhelmed; and that the rino senatwhores will fold like cheap cameras when it comes to impeachment. Note that kock bro’s insider marc short recently resurfaced as VP pences chief of staff. Today; human fireplug jerry nadler said that ‘there is evidence that DJT obstructed justice’ ; based on cohen’s appearance. Pelosi may not want to go forward with impeachmeny; but things could be beyond her control already.
    SAD – NOT NICE

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  33. James Felter says:

    Michelle Malkin is right about legal immigration as well as about illegal immigration. It is the dose that makes the poison. We have too much. We need to slam the golden door to assimilate those who are here to prevent immigration and demographic replacement from dissolving America into a patchwork of new cololonial populations only united by a publicly inculcated contempt for America.
    If we succeed in closing the door, our children or grandchildren can reopen it in a generation or two under different circumstances and with different rules. If we don’t succeed, then they won’t have a this country or anything very like it.
    But how to close the door… .

    One of the problems Michelle Malkin mentioned is that half our illegal aliens enter legally and overstay their visas. Another closely related problem is that the scale of violations and deliberate underfunding largely prevent illegals who are detained from being imprisoned while awaiting hearings, trials, and appeals, so illegals who are apprehended commonly are released and fail to appear unless they are suspected of heinous crimes–and frequently even then.

    The way to attack this aspect of the problem is through reform of our bond system. It may even be possible in the case of visas to reform it administratively under current law.

    We need to require those entering the United States and those sponsoring them to post departure bonds. The departure bond should be reasonable–the amount of money required to apprehend, detain, and deport, and adjudicate the visa holder if the visa holder overstays his visa. Require the visa entrant to deposit the money or to purchase a bond to insure against overstay.
    Require any visa sponsoring individual or organization to cosign the bond becoming jointly liable for it. Then forfeit bonds for those who fail to depart. This will bankrupt organizations that exist to sponsor people who enter under legal pretense and disappear.
    Establish the system for entry, use it to fund departure. Through market cost for bonds, throttle down the access to the country to those who may reasonably be expected to leave. People will voluntarily submit to processes such as genetic ID, background checks, and even monitoring devices to reduce the cost of their departure bond required for entry.
    Private bondsman will be much more efficient than ICE will ever be allowed to be. Let the market establish the cost of enforcement, reduce it, and sort out serious travellers and unserious travellers. Attach the externalities of illegal immigration to its sponsors and let them work to reduce them–or go out of business.
    As this system works, start forfeiting bonds for visa violators who violate visa terms by going on public assistance as well as those who violate terms by failure to depart. Get them out.
    This system will fund enforcement via reasonable fees and take half the load off public enforcement (letting it focus on those who cross borders illegally) and choke chain immigration through costs of forfeiting bonds to sponsors of the high majority that go on public adsistance.
    It will also create a large, well funded, widely distributed private industry vociferously in favor of immigration enforcement–the immigration bondsman. They will be tax payers instead of tax takers.
    Entry bonds from any country not accepting deportation of travellers coming in from that country would be higher because enforcement of departure on their travellers would be higher. This would line up interests of the world wide business community in favor of facilitating their countries accepting deportees to limit their own costs. This would also facilitate deportation of illegal border crosses.

    Departure bonds could solve half or more of the immigration problem by forcing legally entering visa holders and their sponsors to insure their departure as a cost of their entry. This would create a market price for immigration enforcement, a private industry to conduct and vociferously lobby for immigration enforcement, and choke off chain migration by forcing sponsors to fund enforcement against sponsees going on public assistance.
    ICE could focus on border crosses versus visa overstated. And as the private industry grows, it would be available to assist ICE on contract versus other illegals. The market cost of deportation could be driven down.

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    • Madi says:

      I like your idea. I thought you were responsable for those you sponsored?

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Full marks, James!!

      You should forward this to the President…

      https://www.whitehouse.gov/search/?s=Comment+

      Assigned Responsibility.
      BRILLIANT!!
      I have one question. Why not make the guarantors “Individuals” vs “Companies”, and include a mandatory income disclosure for a period of time (after the fact) for any… umm… irregularities.
      Companies are (generally) CORPORATIONS and CORPORATIONS could/Would recieve “Gifts” to offset any “Unlikely & Unexpected” delinquency “Issues”… And could/Would be easily hidden… 🤔 ummm
      I meant expensed.

      Just my .02.

      We’ll done.

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    • Joemama says:

      This is a fabulous idea.

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  34. Madi says:

    Wow ; I love it. Mark Levin too did a great speech too.

    our country is in jeopardy . Morally and financially. Did you know that the interest on the national debt is : $ 6.7 billions /week.
    But we can’t afford 5.7 billion for the wall

    This country has a problem with spending .

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  35. Michelle Malkin seemed (rightfully) angry at what CPAC has become. Laura Loomer credentials revoked, but Van Jones… VAN JONES?… invited?

    Who will speak next year? Hillary, or Obama?

    Andrew wouldn’t have stood still for this.

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  36. James Felter says:

    Michelle Malkin is right about legal immigration as well as about illegal immigration. It is the dose that makes the poison. We have too much. We need to slam the golden door to assimilate those who are here to prevent immigration and demographic replacement from dissolving America into a patchwork of new cololonial populations only united by a publicly inculcated contempt for America.
    If we succeed in closing the door, our children or grandchildren can reopen it in a generation or two under different circumstances and with different rules. If we don’t succeed, then they won’t have a this country or anything very like it.
    But how to close the door… .

    One of the problems Michelle Malkin mentioned is that half our illegal aliens enter legally and overstay their visas. Another closely related problem is that the scale of violations and deliberate underfunding largely prevent illegals who are detained from being imprisoned while awaiting hearings, trials, and appeals, so illegals who are apprehended commonly are released and fail to appear unless they are suspected of heinous crimes–and frequently even then.

    The way to attack this aspect of the problem is through reform of our bond system. It may even be possible in the case of visas to reform it administratively under current law.

    We need to require those entering the United States and those sponsoring them to post departure bonds. The departure bond should be reasonable–the amount of money required to apprehend, detain, and deport, and adjudicate the visa holder if the visa holder overstays his visa. Require the visa entrant to deposit the money or to purchase a bond to insure against overstay.
    Require any visa sponsoring individual or organization to cosign the bond becoming jointly liable for it. Then forfeit bonds for those who fail to depart. This will bankrupt organizations that exist to sponsor people who enter under legal pretense and disappear.
    Establish the system for entry, use it to fund departure. Through market cost for bonds, throttle down the access to the country to those who may reasonably be expected to leave. People will voluntarily submit to processes such as genetic ID, background checks, and even monitoring devices to reduce the cost of their departure bond required for entry.
    Private bondsman will be much more efficient than ICE will ever be allowed to be. Let the market establish the cost of enforcement, reduce it, and sort out serious travellers from unserious travellers. Attach the externalities of illegal immigration to its sponsors and let them work to reduce them–or go out of business.
    As this system works, start forfeiting bonds for visa violators who violate visa terms by going on public assistance as well as those who violate terms by failure to depart. Get them out.
    This system will fund enforcement via reasonable fees and take half the load off public enforcement (letting it focus on those who cross borders illegally) and choke chain immigration through costs of forfeiting bonds to sponsors of the high majority that go on public adsistance.
    It
    This will also create a large, well funded, widely distributed private industry vociferously in favor of immigration enforcement–the immigration bondsman. They will be tax payers instead of tax takers.
    Entry bonds from any country not accepting return deportation of travellers they send here would be higher because enforcement of departure on their travellers would be more expensive. This would line up interests of the world wide business community in favor of facilitating their countries accepting deportees to limit their own costs. This would also facilitate deportation of illegal border crosses.

    Departure bonds could solve half or more of the immigration problem by forcing legally entering visa holders and their sponsors to insure their departure as a cost of their entry. This would create a market price for immigration enforcement, a private industry to conduct and vociferously lobby for immigration enforcement, and choke off chain migration by forcing sponsors to fund enforcement against sponsees going on public assistance.

    ICE could then focus on border crosses versus visa overstayers. And as the private industry grows and gains efficiency, it would be available to assist ICE on a contract basis versus other illegals. The market cost of deportation could be driven down.

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  37. mikeyboo says:

    Donald Trump is an american soldier zig zaging across a field under enemy fire.
    Coulter is carping from the sidelines that he isn’t running fast enough and she doesn’t like his athletic “form”.

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  38. Jim says:

    This is what we have become. A woman cries out that men are doing nothing. But we celebrate the Eloi who gets a black eye at UC Berkeley , and doesn’t fight back. Many men, like myself, do not want to punch someone in the face. I get that. Study Judo. Put a man on his back. For those who are not squeamish, study boxing. Forget all this extreme martial arts, cage match crap. 99.9% of miscreants you will meet are not ‘EXTREME CAGE fighters. Boxing or Judo. Learn it. Try to find an instructor at a Ring or a Dojo that doesn’t have women. Stand up boys. Hard times a’comin’.

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