Sunday Talks: Decepticon Barrasso Discusses National Emergency Border Declaration…

Beware of the Decepticons. Senator John Barrasso is one of Mitch McConnell’s key small council members, which includes: McConnell, Cornyn, Barrasso, Earnst, Young, Thune, Lee, Crapo and Gardner.  All the Decepticons make moves based on ulterior motives.  The Decepticons are the UniParty constants in an ever changing universe.

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Where’s the USMCA vote Mitch?…

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125 Responses to Sunday Talks: Decepticon Barrasso Discusses National Emergency Border Declaration…

  1. YvonneMarie says:

    This is a multi front war.
    Most of the Republicans in my state have been screwing with its citizens for as long as I can remember.
    Same for the the Democrats.
    Only the Republicans have their constituents & the Democrats have their own body of dupes.
    Same story, different chapters….

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    • helix35 says:

      One wonders what it must be like to live your life as a liar and a fraud. Fascinating.

      Liked by 1 person

      • De Oppresso Liber says:

        Probably very rewarding, if you’re a whore to the almighty dollar. In theory, it’s not really much different than walking the streets, except for the “invitation only” scenery and a much wealthier clientele……oh, and better dental.

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      • Mr. G says:

        If one is a psychopath, one doesn’t feel the least bit of guilt living life as a liar and fraud…in fact psychopaths can’t fathom why any one would feel guilt or remorse.

        Our “leaders” are psychopaths and this Corbett Report does a great job at exploring that idea:

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  2. NJMAGA says:

    Notice how sly Mitch rotates them. I can practically hear them, “Who’s gonna go out this week?”

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  3. Notice how Decepticon Barrosso sneaks in (8:30 mark) “Carbon Capture” to “make it a valuable commodity”

    … with BILLIONS to be had in their Globalist Trading Schemes that will suck the lifeblood from the USA with ZERO impact on the mega-polluters like China, India and third-world thugocracies

    … UNLESS “One World Order” takes over … and all it took him was his last minute. CREEP.

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  4. Decepticons should be forced to play the roles of the four hunters/campers caught by the rednecks in the remake of the movie DELIVERANCE. I hope PDJT makes them all “squeal like a pig”………

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  5. Rob says:

    Better to be able to see and understand the manipulation
    than remain ignorant.
    I was very aware of the betrayal in Benghazi
    Now we are seeing it everywhere.

    Liked by 11 people

  6. Payday says:

    DJT needs to call the Turtle out on Twitter. “Where’s the USMC vote Mitch? You’re able the bring up an anti-border bill?!”.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Yy4u says:

      Isnt barassxo (sp) a doctor? Hats work being a doctor. Must easier and much ,more remunerative “working ” in congress. All you,have to so is sell,your honor, deceive your constituents every 2 to 6 years, and kowtow to the Uniparty. Piece of cake compared to getting called for an emergency at 3 am. Whats not to like

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      • dallasdan says:

        What you say is true. There is great ease and little risk in being a disingenuous and duplicitous tool of the deep state when compared to being wrists-deep in a patient’s chest massaging the heart to keep him/her alive. Okay, that is a powerful comparison, but it’s what I know.

        Physicians are on-call 24/7/365 to aid their patients. Politicos set their own schedules, and assure they are convenient for themselves.

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        • sundancer55 says:

          That’s why there are so many doctors and lawyers in the CONgress. Also a lot of folks who would not have done well having a “regular job” so they ran for a gubmint position!! We have two of those from my State right now – one still in WADC and one is now our Governor, if you can believe that. I thought our State knew better, but nope. All the stubborn Swede’s and German’s who live here will never learn.

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        • Mr. G says:

          “Physicians are on-call 24/7/365 to aid their patients.”

          I suppose that may be true for ER doctors…not so much for everyday “here’s a pill” physicians.

          I have more respect for a good car mechanic than I do your everyday doctor.

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          • sticknca says:

            A good mechanic will also accept a “comeback” at no charge if he screwed up.
            Try that with a doctor.

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          • dallasdan says:

            Your respect for physicians will change when one saves your life or that of a loved one. Or, in your world maybe good car mechanics are equally talented at performing surgery.

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      • And don’t forget– when one practices medicine, one must purchase their own malpractice insurance. No such liability for politicians; score another advantage over medicine– but wouldn’t it be wonderful if every Congressman and Senator actually DID have to purchase some sort or “Political Malpractice” insurance, payable to their constituents when they “foul up”?

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    • Chris says:

      Payday,
      My money says mitch will NEVER EVER bring up USMC. , or allow a discussion of it’s benefits .
      To do so would expose all those who have been working (conspiring ) FOR YEARS under the radar to design and implement the globalist’s EVIL EU twin.. for the US and us. ,
      the ..North American Union.. NAFTA on steroids . mitch and crew are too deep into that plan to back out now.

      mexico/US/ Canada .free and open trade ..open borders..open hiways and ports .

      eliminating the US constitution implementing World Court LAW to settle disputes .
      Same as the EU.

      Jerome Corsi explains all the details in his book “the Late great USA ”

      Texas rep Cornyn is and has been Neck deep into that plan since at least 2005

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      • Payday says:

        Then call himout or go pre-NAFTA

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      • NAFTA took many manufacturing communities in the US and made them little welfare states where the biggest “employers” were 1) Social Services, 2) hospital, and 3) schools. If you count the beneficiaries of Social Services along with employees, that would be more than double the next 2 combined! The Deep State impoverished a large swath of the country and wants to keep them impoverished. Those who must suckle off the government teat will remain loyal or be denied. BTW, that is the same endgame as Socialism. Difference is Socialism spreads the poverty faster than kudzu!

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        • Chris says:

          littleanniefannie ,

          ..Absolutely right .

          Loyal socialist slaves ..begging for shelter/subsistence .
          ..dependent on the state, ….. wealth transfer from those that work, create jobs and pay taxes to those that don’t .. with the gubmt as a middleman “the boss”..what could go wrong ?/s

          .and.yes , like Kudzu .

          You must be from the south

          .

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      • sherrihuntley0870 says:

        Is it any wonder pislosi is saying Texas is going to turn . With people like him in office there, it is liable to happen..

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  7. Zorro says:

    I wish POTUS would actually start using the word “Decepticon”. Why pussy foot around anymore? The country is halfway gone already.

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    • Sentient says:

      Because they’re almost all he’s got. We need them to confirm judges and sustain his veto on emergency declaration – among many other things.

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      • Carrie2 says:

        Sentient, I also think Trump has some “holds” on several so they are being careful as well as cowards not to support Trump as he revived their party, but he is interrupting their career of getting richer from outsiders. It is OUR problem and WE must clean up the messes we have allowed to these hired/elected employees to do.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Absolute BS.

      Trump is ALL about fighting ILLEGAL immigration.

      Trump has NEVER been about restrictive LEGAL immigration.

      What the END STATE legal system should or shouldn’t be is a moot conversation as long as it’s too easy to enter illegally, or remain on a legal visa illegally past the date to leave.

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  8. warrprin1 says:

    Notice Barrasso’s expression in the 2nd photo – deer caught in the headlights. Pardon me for the insult to beautiful deer everywhere. What a duplicitous piece of work this character turned out to be.

    Wasn’t Barrasso one of the MDs who got himself elected as a Republican to work on solving the health insurance conundrum, before Obamacare was even a twinkle in Harry Reed’s eye? Maybe I have him confused with a different Decepticon – one who isn’t the newly minted Rand Paul Decepticon.

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  9. CarolynH says:

    We have no one but ourselves to blame, Republicans keep voting the same people in time after time after time. We don’t have term limits, but voters could impose their own term limits in primaries and they don’t.

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  10. starfcker says:

    None of this is going to matter since our President has decided continue flooding us with legal immigrants. It’s all theater at this point. If we are overrun by the third world sucking us dry, it makes no difference if we sanction it or not. That 22 billion dollars debt we have in the country? Those are the corporate profits servicing these third worlders, here and there. Third worlders gladly become mega consumers, you just have to give them income. Borasso looks scared, I think Corporate America realizes they might lose the Democrat Party to the people who might actually hunt their scalps.

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    • Sharon says:

      Star stick a sock in it! You doom and gloomers are pathic!

      Liked by 12 people

      • Mark McQueen says:

        They have been, more or less, invited to stay.

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      • Mr.G says:

        Star stick is just being realistic. Staying “positive” serves as a stress reducer, but it contributes nothing to fixing our many problems.

        If one is paying the slightest bit of attention and is capable of raising their head out the sand for a brief peek, one can see what’s left of this Republic is in deep, deep, nearly irreparable trouble.

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    • sundance says:

      Take a break for a few days.

      Reassess your perspective on life. Most importantly, look in the mirror.

      Your negativity is toxic. It’s also likely manifesting physically.

      Warmest regards,

      Sundance

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      • starfcker says:

        Sundance, I reassess life every day. I live in an agenda 21 test case region. My mom lives over your way. You’re only a couple years behind. That’s where my perspective comes from. I’ll be glad to take a break. If you look back at the deal-breaker video couple days back ( Ivanka and Tim Cook) there’s not a positive comment on that thread. Turning us into a third world hellhole is not my idea of winning. I hate to be a negative person. We lost this one. Peace

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        • sundance says:

          …”I hate to be a negative person”…

          Apparently not. If you did, you wouldn’t. It really is that simple.

          Living life is a series of individual choices, individual decisions. No-one controls which path is chosen except you.

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          • Mr. G says:

            SD-I have a question-and it comes not as a challenge to your perspective but from my heart.

            I have always leaned toward pessimism-and I’ve often been wrong-

            Is being “negative” worse than ignoring what appears to be reality and thinking that if we just stay “positive” it’ll all go away?

            Or is it that you think God is in control and things are unfolding just as planned so I ought to be of good cheer no matter what?

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        • Star, speaking from my own recent experience, some reflection might come in handy.

          • I’m taking NOTHING that Administration people say during negotiations as gospel.

          • I’m ONLY trusting in their ACTIONS and OUTCOMES.

          • As Sundance reminds us, the rest is chaff and countermeasures, and they’re PLENTIFUL.

          You’ve had a lot to offer in the past from a positive and proactive perspective, and I’ve no doubt you will going forward!

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    • Dekester says:

      Star, I know I shouldn’t respond. But I will.

      You really are tedious..There are three Canadians on our street up here in Canada, that are in awe of PDJT. In how he is fighting on all fronts.

      Especially his own party.

      God bless PDJT

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    • Rick says:

      That would be 22T as in Trillion. I guess math was not your favorite course in school. (1 with 12 zero’s) Now, chill some and work on your 1’s and 0’s.

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    • CTH Fan says:

      You might consider that it was foreign nationals (German Scientists) that brought their expertise to this country and made our national defense stronger than most of the world.

      Without the educated immigrants coming to this country our economy will falter. We would once more face a great loss in industry because companies would once more go offshore. Unfortunately it has been abused.

      If Congress would do it’s job properly they would pass a bill requiring parity in pay for these people coming in

      In case you were wondering, I have personally trained people who were taking over a citizens job. Mine included once my salary reached a certain level.

      We need these visas until we get our education system under control. We have let our children down by not having taught them well in the sciences, or promoting trade skills. Everybody wants to be a lawyer, or a social justice professional, or not interested in STEM courses or related professions at all.

      Sometimes there are decisions that have to be made, for the good of the country, that are unpopular.

      Be Blessed.

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      • Carson Napier says:

        You certainly have a low opinion of Americans. And just what percentage of these many foreigners you want to bring in do you think is another Wernher von Braun

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Carson, et al, be calm as our President made it clear that only immigrants WITH SKILLS would be accepted. Yes, we lost our educational systems to the democrats decades ago so grandparents, parents and today’s students don’t know anything about any one of our Founding Documents but only how horrible our country (and it appears Cortez soaked all that hate stuff and has no clue what is socialism, I do because I lived under socialism, and as my husband lived/suffered/escaped communism that is all we are seeing via the democrats and several republicans). I talked with a young lady in her early 20’s if she knew anything about out Constitution and she said “what is that”? We are fighting communists we hired/elected and more because of how they have been taught. All in all, none want a real President like Trump getting to and MAGA as it was once.

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          • Carson Napier says:

            So you don’t think Americans have much in the way of skills either. All these STEM workers who get fired at 50 and replaced by lower paid foreigners, which is the whole idea, never did have any skills or their skills disappeared? Who will speak for them against the Chamber of Commerce?

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          • Watch for President Trump’s Apprenticeship and Vocational Training Initiatives to literally suck MILLIONS of High School Students directly into our Workforce.
            • 1 million over the past 2 years.
            • Doubling to 2 million this year.
            • I’m betting on 4 million in 2020.😆

            Then the CLINCHER: Those millions won’t be going to college!
            • Massive enrollment declines.
            • Massive layoffs.

            THEN they dump their administrators, useless studies and failing profs.
            • Survival of the FITTEST.
            • Revival of STEM.

            YUGE reductions in future student debt … and default rates.

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            • Bubba Cow says:

              Already happening here in Vermont – 3 small liberal arts colleges closing (financial reasons) this year. They’ve sucked out all the government money (no asset student loans).
              Then the lefties mucked up the culture to make social justice warriors by building “majors” in activism and _____ studies. Many parents questioning the value of “higher” education for their kids.
              I live in rural, conservative, common sense part of the state away from the Bernie Bros. Even so, the loonies will try to rape the landscape (the single most important attraction to Vermont) and pave it with solar panels.

              https://www.apprenticeship.gov/

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        • CTH Fan says:

          These people will only be temporary until we can get more of our own up to speed. Please reread. All American families have immigrant roots.

          We really need to address the education system. Like it or not. We are competing on the world stage.

          Be Blessed

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      • “We have let our children down by not having taught them well in the sciences, or promoting trade skills. ‘

        That’s because the powers that be are too busy loading up the institutions of “higher” (as in pot) education with liberal radicals who then filter into most areas of public education (I still find most math and physical sciences teachers to be rational centrists). If these powers really cared about our kids, they would NEVER allow them to accrue enormous debt to obtain meaningless degrees (gender studies, ethnic studies, etc) that send these college grads into trivial jobs (mostly fast food, etc—thus the need to raise minimum wage). If these students were being trained in a trade or studied a practical, relevant curriculum they would be infinitely better off. Alas, we continue to waste precious resources on degrees as hog houses in Iran!

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      • deplorable says:

        Your language implies that the hundreds of thousands of H-1B guest worker visa holders brought here – many being paid below average salaries – somehow equate to immigrant physicists/scientists like Albert Einstein and Wernher von Braun?

        Do you think Americans cannot perform the jobs these guest workers do? What about all the Americans that were laid off and forced to train these guest workers that would be used to replace them?

        Perhaps there should be a study of the number of American graduates with STEM degrees that are not working in STEM jobs.

        Any type of guest visa system must be one where it is required that the guest workers be paid in the top ten percentile for their field, for if they are truly that rare and valuable, employers would have no problem whatsoever paying them top ten percentile wages.

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      • deplorable says:

        “In case you were wondering, I have personally trained people who were taking over a citizens job. Mine included once my salary reached a certain level.”

        So “CTH Fan”, you don’t have a problem training guest workers to replace your co-workers – you thought your co-workers were being paid too much? And I see you admit it is salary level – not skills – that is triggering that replacement. You provide evidence that the guest worker program is all about suppressing wages.

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        • CTH Fan says:

          Please be civil. I don’t recall saying that I enjoyed doing it. What an awful thing to say. I pray that you never have to find yourself in such a situation.

          I will not get into a to and fro with you because I suspect that is what you want. This will be my last response to you.
          Be Blessed

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        • h says:

          CTH Fan is much more hospitable than I was.

          I got forced out because of H1B and they actually expected to me to do a “knowledge transfer” to Praheet.

          I played along and delayed the knowledge transfer to the last minute, called my boss and told him to GFH and then quit.

          NOT going to train a non-citizen to take my job. That is like pulling the trigger yourself

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          • Mr.G says:

            CTH Fan is much more hospitable than I was.

            I got forced out because of H1B and they actually expected to me to do a “knowledge transfer” to Praheet.

            I played along and delayed the knowledge transfer to the last minute, called my boss and told him to GFH and then quit.

            NOT going to train a non-citizen to take my job. That is like pulling the trigger yourself

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    • Carson Napier says:

      If you had said that on a “liberal” site, you would be called a racist. Here you get psychoanalyzed instead. I guess that’s not quite as negative.

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    • Carson Napier says:

      With the hopes that their world is built on, you are utterly out of touch
      You deny that the Moon is Stilton; you deny she is even Dutch
      You deny that wishes are horses; you deny that a pig has wings
      So they will cast you out and follow those who promise them more beautiful things.

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    • Trump should take all the money earmarked for Honduras and Guatemala and build fencing. Those governments aren’t using it for their people. Why do we reward them for organizing caravans to invade us?

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      • Carrie2 says:

        littleanniefannia, and why really burns is at the end of an economic year the remainder is for the Pentagon for lobster, crams, you name it, and other departments very expensive furniture, etc. instead of turning that big remainder back into our “bank” for repairing infrastructure, the wall, etc. Of course not, greed comes first and foremost and again screw the taxpayers.

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  11. Mark McQueen says:

    This crap has been ongoing for 50 years.

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  12. mr. deacon says:

    Carbon capture? Why? The whole co2 lie is a hoax. I’m warning everybody, just like the healthcare hoax, the gun regulation hoaxes, and all the rest; The Republicans will buy into the scam and write their own bill and when all is said and done it will still be a rip-off for the taxpayers and the globalists lobbyists will fill these shysters savings accounts.

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    • Sandra-VA says:

      It is because they do not have the guts (or maybe brainpower) to refute the climate change idiots… so, in fear, they are changing their messaging to include “concern” for the climate.

      It is absolutely PATHETIC!

      I have grown up (born in 1960) hearing that the planet is going to end in 10 yrs (of course, it is now 2019 and the planet is still here), that the sun was going to burn us all up (but then it got really cold, so they changed Global Warming to Climate Change), that we shouldn’t have babies… it is a never ending LIE.

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    • Carrie2 says:

      mr.deacon, without CO2 we have no air to breathe! Also one volcanic explosion put more CO2 n the air than we could ever do. When you have nothing of value to put forth, go the something stupid and without basis seems to be the better way for those who maybe haven’t a clue or a better way to become millionaires, ie, Al Gore. Real science has already covered this but they don’t want to hear that and so spread ignorance.

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  13. GB Bari says:

    The question about when will the Senate be voting on the USMCA might be looked at in connection with recent reports of the US COC now encouraging the vote FOR the new trade agreement. That recent development has me suspicious of the final version of the USMCA that will be voted upon. I can’t believe the President’s team would insert any pro-Globalist language or terms, but can the Senate monkey around with it and change anything?

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    • Rileytrips says:

      I’m sure they have been working on how to make changes on the USMCA in their elitist/globalist favor, since they first received a printed copy.

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      • Payday says:

        They already signed it with Mexico and Canada. There would have to be a re-signing. I think we would know.

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        • WES says:

          The very real danger here is that the globalists via CoC still control both Canadian and Mexican governments. They would be very open to any proposed trade changes!

          Trudope is 100% bought and paid for via donations to his secrete family trust! He knowingly betrayed Canadians during the trade negotiations!

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    • Scott says:

      The COC/Globalusts will still make money with the deal. It’s What they do. What they lose for now is some power, but to them it’s temporary. Once Orange Adolph is defeated in 2020(their hope), things will go back to the way it was.

      Want to stop them? Then get out and vote, bring a few new voters with you, and try to convince the nevertrumps to hold their nose or they get Harris as POTUS and a complete den congress again.

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  14. CaptainNonno says:

    If McConnell thinks he can do with the USMCA what he’s done with recess appointments, he can kiss his job good-bye.

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  15. Doug Amos says:

    Bring down McConnell; 20 months away; how’s that for a message from the deplorables? Even if we don’t get him, and President Trump will, rest assured, they all will have gotten the message. We can do this.

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  16. BigBlockMill says:

    “Improvise, adapt, overcome” :Clint Eastwood in Heartbreak Ridge.

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  17. beaujest says:

    The worms that call Trump Hitler should be grateful he is not,Hitler would have erased them by now !

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  18. Rileytrips says:

    Go to oathkeepers.org – they are unofficially assisting border patrol and TX law enforcement along our border near Eagle Pass, TX. They need our help. Watch their latest video from March 8 on how they are assisting (unofficially) our Border Patrol officers. This is pretty scary- our Patrol officers have to go out alone at night- that’s how thin we are. If you are retired military or law enforcement, they need help down there! They need donations, too.

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    • nwtex says:

      This was from Mar 1st. May God bless the all.

      And this from Feb 19

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      • WES says:

        Nwtex: Thanks for the photo beside Trump’s non-wall!

        Here are some border wall figures I saw on Zero Hedge today. Trump is targeting total of 722 miles of wall. Wall built or being built = 111 miles to date.

        Wall Funds Budgeted by Congress so far:
        – 2017 $341 million to build 40 miles of wall @ $8.525 million per mile (guessing upgrade to existing wall so road already exists?)
        – 2018 $1.375 billion to build 82 miles of wall @ $25 million per mile (guessing 11 miles left)
        – 2019 $1.375 billion to build 82 miles of wall @ $25 million per mile (guessing 82 miles left)
        Total wall funded by Congress so far = about $3.09 billion or 204 miles.

        So to date 111 miles out of about 204 miles funded has been built or is being built.

        The above does not cover emergency funding. No $ figures were given. Trump’s target is 722 miles leaving another 518 miles yet to be funded or built! At $25 million per mile times 518 miles left = about $13 billion more needed!

        Or put another way 111 miles = 15% of 722 miles of wall achieved so far! MAGA!
        Or 204 miles = 28% of 722 miles of wall built by end of 2019! MAGA!
        Assuming Trump gets another $3 billion released in 2019 by election 2020 another 120 miles could be built for a total of 324 miles or 44%! MAGA!, MAGA!

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  19. jeans2nd says:

    Wait wait wait! Where’s Portman? Portman is not included in the Decepticon list. Say it ain’t so!
    Don’t say Portman has been disincluded. Portman is one of Cocaine Mitch’s very bestest Decepticons. Liddle Robbie worked so hard to be included. Shirley Portman is an oversight.

    Otoh, Portman is no different than Barasso. One is as good as another. Portman will resurface as the Economic Decepticon. We Ohioans have not forgotten, not the economics, Mississippi, nor Sea Island, GA. We remember. Portman is still our target.

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  20. Fools Gold says:

    The Republican Party always goes as low as democrats but always stays within 2 inches of supporting the Democrats agenda, never going the opposite direction. If this was shown on graph it would look ike 2 parallel lines that always stays the same distance apart while both move toward the zero MAGA line or below. It’s like let’s both agree to go low.
    If there ever was a time to vote for any incumbent in the R party, 2020 is it.

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  21. LarryG says:

    Ok folks, I need some input. We have some brilliant voices verbalizing our conservative thoughts, we have expert researchers and commenters with a great sense of history like Sundance keeping us abreast of the situation and we have a lot of people rumbling about stirring up the conservative vote and standing up for this country try we treasure, but so far, outside of some persistent hard hitting by our good friends in Congress, Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes and a handful of other representatives with integrity, some clear voices on other conservative media outlets, the bulk of conservatives have been largely quiet….building that cold anger Sundance wrote so accurately about a while back.

    It is becoming clear, however, that with every day that passes with Dems in the House and controlling many state governments, we are losing ground on our ability and opportunity to preserve all those things we cherish….like our right to bear arms and to speak freely to name a couple.
    Is it time to stand up and start demanding the impeachment and removal of all our representatives who have consistently failed to act on our behalf? And while the politics of that mess are being worked out, would it be worth while to use the Left’s favorite tactic against them and initiate a massive class action suit against Congress for failing to act to protect our citizens and secure particularly our southern border? If our President can now be sued, why not Congress? We could dump any proceeds back into the SS system they have so consistently robbed! Thoughts on this anyone? Ideas for naming a GoFundMe account to finance this? I don’t think we can wait any longer…do you?

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Nope, spend your money to head to Washington July 4th and protest congress as a whole. I’m calling it a super rally. I believe an invitation was extended by Trump to the people! More Lawyers is exactly what we don’t need these days.

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  22. Pokey says:

    If Tom Barrasso and the other damn fools in what is left of the Republican Party read this 🙂 , I would like them to know that they all smell like bad fish and none of them will be able to use this rhetoric to revive the Republican Party. The Commies who control the Democrats are not going to be our future. Democrats are as fractured as you Republicans. Stop thinking that if you give them a little more of what they want, they will let you into their club. They hate you and they always will and if you give them an inch they will try to bludgeon you. I can’t believe how stupid you are. The People want their country back and you want to give it away so you can feed at the public trough alongside of our natural enemies. I say our country is now in deep trouble because of spineless fools acting like you can oppose tyranny by appeasing tyranny.

    There is no science called Environmentalism. My question: When was it that the whole world was in perfect harmony, stable, and unchanging? So what is Environmentalism based on? fubar.

    There is no place in our country for people who enter our country illegally. My question: How many low wage foreign workers will be enough for our friends at the Chamber of Commerce to think all is well? What could they possibly use to base their answer on? fubar

    I believe that the stupid party is not even living on our planet. The Democrats will beat this kind of stupid like a drum. fubar

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  23. Yes [DECEPTICON] Senators Mitch (Turtle) McConnell (RINO-KY) & John Cornyn (RINO-TX)…..”Where’s the USMCA vote Mitch?” Has that Mean Ole U.S. Chamber of Commerce Pres. Tom Donohue stepped on your Testicular-Fortitude, Hmmm.
    ~USMCA : U.S., Mexico, Canada, Agreement.~
    Mitch rolled out the OBVIOUS Dissenters First to test the Public-Waters…..Senators Rand Paul (I-KY), Lisa Murkowski (RINO-AK), Susan Collins (RINO-MI) & Thom Tillis (RINO-NC).

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  24. NedZeppelin2 says:

    From 2008, an article by Henry Paulson (ex-Goldman) former US Treasury Secretary in the NYT extolling the virtues of carbon taxes. That was because it was the ultimate scam and these knuckleheads sought to create a market in trading carbon credits.

    I recall there was a tv show where Ronald Rubin and ole Hank cheerily traded enthusiastic bombash about how things would be if we just agreed to do this. Couple of crooks.

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