March 15th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #785

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1,048 Responses to March 15th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #785

  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🦅 MAGA—KAG
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA Team, and all his supporters.
    Lord, keep them all safe in all they do and go daily. In Jesus’ Name we pray…..

    🌟 “The righteous person may have many troubles,
    but the Lord delivers him from them all.” 🌟
    — Psalm 34:19
    ——————
    🙏 Pray:
    — for more of President Trump’s nominees to be confirmed
    — AG Barr to do the right thing soon
    — MAGA judges to stand firm on fair and just rulings
    — expose more lies, deceptions, dishonesty & fraud
    — for boomerang treatments on Dems/RINOs…Jethro Gibbs-style.
    — House Bill allowing illegal aliens to vote to fail in Senate
    — Senate vote on Green New Deal to fail
    — our American WALL
    — for our American border WALL builders’ protection, health, and safe equipments
    — for Guardian Angels protecting all our borders–air, land and sea–against invaders
    — for our Military, Border Patrol, Nat’l Guards, ICE, LEOs, USSS, border dogs-Staying alert on the job, protection and health
    — Stay The Course
    —————————————————–
    🦅 “Never give in. Never give up. Never back down….and….Never ever stop dreaming.”
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸

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    • millwright says:

      The reality the GND omits is until the early 20th century over 25% of the nation’s workforce was engaged in food production , either directly or indirectly . Until the advent of modern tractors and harvest machinery much of the crop yield remained on the farm – to feed the humans and draft animals. In contrast, today a handful of individuals – empowered by mechanical, electronic and genetic technologiesx – can multi-crop thousands of acres yielding thousands of tons of food products annually ! All this work is done – and tens of thousands of people fed – for the expenditure of a paltry few thousand gallons of diesel. And AOC wants to eliminate it ? How long after her ” shutdown ” will cannibalism arise ?

      Like Hank Williams Junior’s hit tune, I’m a Country Boy and I will survive ! Maybe we ought to send AOC a lot copies of this tune !

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      • prettyplease says:

        I was thinking about a home grown solution to the lack of new farmers. something that does not require billions of tax dollars to support it. I am not talking about the Uber farmers in flat places like south GA, Sonny, where the huge, expensive machinery can be used and guest workers have to be employed to get the harvest in along with the problems that large farms have just bc of their size. Only a favored few can afford to take on such an extensive, expensive enterprise.

        We highlanders still have to eat, too. Local farm to table on a small scale seems to be the answer in the form of share cropping.

        Out here in the boonies, the old timers are retiring, but they have land. The young people have an interest, but no experience and no land, and probably no money, either.

        Sooo, why not go back to sharecropping where the old timers mentor the young in farming practices and once they become capable, sharecrop a few acres of small manageable, micro-gardens. The same idea can be used to grow orchards of fruit, nuts and berries, or raise chickens n goats.

        Frankly, I am getting worried at the number of chicken farmers up here in N. Ga who have gone out of business in the last ten years. GA was one of the largest chicken/egg producers in the world. Not so sure about that now.

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        • pacnwbel says:

          Up here in the NW corner,there is great farmland. The Dutch settlers recognized thisand began dairy farming and growing crops of fruits and vegetables. However a progressive form of overly environmentally conscious city and county councillors have set out to deprive farmers of their livelihoods by oppressive regulations. In this county alone, from over 200 dairy farms twenty years ago only 70 remain, even fewer livestock farms. It is little short of criminal to be messing around with our food supply, but that may well the progressives agenda, save the land, what for? and starve the people. It doesn’t take a great area of dirt to grow fruit and vegetables or to raise chickens, goats, perhaps the future does lie in the past, minifarms and sharecropping, restoring the fertility of the soils in the process.

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          • 🍺Gunny66 says:

            It’s the liberal/progressive mindset. They don’t care about farmers because:
            “We get our food from the grocery store”………..

            And……they want to ban the coal and power industry because:
            “We can charge up our electric cars by just plugging them in”…….

            They are not the brightest……

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            • Poster says:

              Gunny,
              Do not know if this program is still in effect under POTUS Trump, but if one had a ‘farm’ or sold produce/vegetables from their land, a very chilling form had to be filled
              out and returned to “feds’, under punishment of fine/jail.

              Detailed information, how much sold, how much profit, how much land, how much of what crop, etc., etc.,

              Suspected this was part of UN Agenda, locating and identifying ALL FOOD PRODUCTION areas in the world.

              Before one thinks this is too ‘conspiratorial’, kindly remember all the nations who have purchased land and food production companies in the United States (for export to their own nations).

              Smithfield (nation’s largest pork industry), bought by Chinese $5 Billion cash. Largest oil refinery in America (Texas), bought by Saudi Arabia. Hundreds of examples in United States alone.

              “The liberal/progressive mind-set” always has someone behind their agenda, and
              it is never as simple as dumb, loudmouth liberals.

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          • millwright says:

            pacnwbel : ” Save the land ” ? For what ? !! It appears these non-science ( and non-farmers) haven’t any concept of “husbandry” where the objective is to improve the land, increasing its fertility and ability to support farming. Thanks to modern tools ( including plants/seeds) we have the ability to increase the depth/fertility of topsoils, reduce erosion and increase water absorption/retention . Thanks to technology a handful of individuals are empowered to supply the nutritional needs of thousands ! What you desribe is classical ” General Purpose Farming ” where conservatively-minded settlers used multiple methods of cropping to “spread the risk” by using whatever oppportunity the land afforded to provide ftheir own sustenance and ( hopefully ) some salable excess .

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      • Steven says:

        I have seen the number of 80% of Americans listed farming as their occupation in the earthly years of the country. Now, we are at 2% of Americans are farmers.

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        • Majik says:

          I have a big greenhouse, crop areas and a small orchard. I have learned to preserve that what I grow. Most people have NO IDEA how hard it is to grow food, let alone preserve it so you have something to eat after harvest. With 30+ years experience and a lot of technology, if I needed to feed my wife and I, we would starve.

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          • Judith says:

            Even if you were successful, in a time of crisis you would have to defend your harvest against all comers. The AOCastros of the world would come to “appropriate their share of the bounty” as soon as the supermarket shelves were emptied.

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            • Judith says:

              #youdidn’tgrowthat /s

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              • prettyplease says:

                Judith, it is true that they would try to come and take. That’s why this has to be a community effort. I already know where the machine gun placements need to be to protect our town. I am also attempting to convince our local leaders that we need to train our own local militia just like the colonials had. Militia has become a bad word, but the intent was that communities could band together to defend themselves. If chaos descends, the military, national guard and all the alphabets will be so busy, they won’t have time to protect podunk rural areas from scavengers. Hungry, displaced people are dangerous people.

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      • David A says:

        @millwright, all those improvements add tremendously to crop production. On top of all that, add 15 to 20 percent of increased production due to the 125 ppm increase in CO2! And 100% of that increase required exactly zero additional water or land.
        AOC would love to go to 280 ppm CO2 overnight. Within a few months WWIII would be possible, nay likely, as hundreds of millions began to starve.

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        • Poster says:

          Actually, the nutritional value of food is decreased by increasing CO2:

          Rising CO2 is reducing nutritional value of food …
          https://news.mongabay.com/2016/06/rising-co2-is-reducing

          Rising CO2 is reducing nutritional value of food, impacting ecosystems. As CO2 levels rise, so do carbohydrates in plants, increasing food’s sugar content. While carbon-enriched plants grow bigger, scientists are finding that they contain proportionately less protein and nutrients such as zinc, magnesium and calcium.
          High CO2 Makes Crops Less Nutritious | Nat Geo Food
          https://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/05/140507-crops

          C3 Crops Hit Hardest. They found relatively little effect of CO2 enrichment on the nutritional value of the C4 crops. In the C3 crops, however, they found significant declines in zinc and iron. The largest was a 9.3 percent drop in the zinc level in wheat. They also found reduced levels of protein in wheat, rice, and peas, but not in soybeans.

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      • prognomore says:

        This Editorial in The Tennessee Star neatly sums up AOC’s food hypocrisy. http://tennesseestar.com/2019/02/27/commentary-where-did-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-get-her-sweet-potatoes/amp/

        “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was trying to explain to me that the world is going to melt, we are all doing to die, and probably we shouldn’t be having any more children, but I was distracted by the dinner she was preparing on camera. She was carefully cutting sweet potatoes before putting them in the oven.”

        It is a great read. Turns out, year ’round sweet potatoes, steel, smokeless fast cooking, electricity, digital communication, etc. in her cozy kitchen are all the result of modern miracles so commonplace in the USA they are taken for granted. Until they are no longer affordable.

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    • They should be scared to death. What Mueller has shown them is that he has no honor or hesitation to take down anyone, by any means necessary, to protect himself. Both he and Weissmann should be in jail. There are good FBI agents and they understand how this works. Unless and until the corruption at the top is stopped, not one of them will come forward. I don’t blame them.

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      • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

        How refreshing to know that all the rank and file are bigger cowards than their bosses.

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      • rrick says:

        Controlled by fear, lacking courage is no way to live. They should be ashamed of themselves. Of course, they will be richly rewarded in the form of a paycheck and pension if they just keep their head down and mouth closed.

        I do blame them. Apparently these cowards fail to see how they could play a part in curtailing the corruption. When a ‘good’ person allows a ‘bad’ person to continue, they are all bad.

        These fools have placed riches above virtue. And they have betrayed their position and the country. That is you and me. Speaking of myself, I do no like being betrayed.

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        • Judith says:

          If Deep State can attack the President of the United States with impunity, unleash terrorists, shoot Congressmen on the ballfield, threaten and kill Supreme Court justices (or hide their incompetence), and hunt down whistle blowers like Seth Rich; then I don’t blame people for being afraid.

          This isn’t about pensions. This is about the fox guarding the hen house and the *massacre* of those who dare leave it.

          I agree this must change, and it will, via strategic information drops, as saving the free world happens to be a clandestine mission fraught with peril. As such, shiny red coats are very ill-advised.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      And the American People are “scared to death” that unchecked and unfettered corruption at the highest levels of the DOJ and FBI will… eventually… lead to bloodshed. It’s entirely their choice to do what’s right for the survival of The Country. They should crack open a history book. Besides… isn’t that the purpose of the oath they took? You know, to put away the “bad guys”?

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    • mr.piddles says:

      “Grenell is a controversial figure in his host country — warning the German government against pursuing a gas pipeline to Russia, using Chinese technology and business contracts with Iran.”

      This is why he’s there. To implement Trump’s foreign policies. I’m sure there are lots of folks that are not entirely “on board” with Grennell’s behavior, and would rather he “not be there”.

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    • Bubba Cow says:

      Bingo

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    • AloftWalt says:

      But is complicit in sedition. Hopefully there’s a gallows inhis future but not holding my breath.

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      Bottom line is this: Comey willingly allowed the FBI to be politicized which is inexcusable for an FBI Director. Obama knew exactly what he was doing when he appointed Comey to head the FBI.

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      • Poster says:

        If one predicates that H. Clinton knew all along B. Sotero was an Indonesian citizen, and
        that H. Clinton obtained a true copy of B. Sotero’s birth certificate (from her three trips to Indonesia, Kenya, & London in 2009),
        then it would have been H. Clinton who instructed B. Sotero to put H. Clinton’s employee, James Comey, into position at the FBI.

        Comey Tied To Clintons’ Money – Stone Cold Truth
        https://stonecoldtruth.com/comey-tied-to-clintons-money

        James Comey holds the mortgage for his brother’s mansion, tying a direct financial connection between Comey and the Clinton Foundation while he was investigating Hillary.

        (via Big League Politics) James Comey was appointed by Obama because he was a political insider with many dark connections to …

        Exposed: FBI Director James Comey’s Clinton Foundation …
        https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2016/09/10/exposed-fbi-dire

        Comey Has a Long History of Letting The Clintons Off The …
        thebernreport.com/comey-long-history-letting-clintons-off-hook

        Comey Has a Long History of Letting The Clintons Off The Hook July 5, 2016 December 2, 2017

        Comey Got Rich Working with Hillary Clinton
        https://www.americanlibertyreport.com/articles/comey-got-rich

        But Comey’s private sector work that rubbed up against the Clinton Foundation didn’t stop there.

        After leaving Lockheed Martin, Comey accepted a job at HSBC Holdings. The London-based bank was a frequent partner with the Clinton Foundation.

        FBI Director Comey was board member of HSBC – Clinton …
        https://21stcenturywire.com/2016/07/13/fbi-director-comey-board

        FBI Director Comey was board member of HSBC – Clinton Foundation & Drug Cartel ‘bank of choice’ …

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  16. concerned3 says:

    TRUMP BREAKING NEWS 3/14/19 | Sean Hannity March 14, 2019 Start at 6:10

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Heather Mac Donald is right, of course. But if colleges and universities returned to a merit-based admissions standard that treated each student equally, they would immediately be called racist because their “diversity admissions” who generally have much lower grades than other students wouldn’t be able to get in. Sadly, this is unlikely to happen because schools have long ago adopted the belief that minority students’ under-performance in both public school and higher education is not their fault but is, instead, the fault of the schools and teachers for failing to “reach” them.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Asian students often outscore Europeans. Colleges cut breaks for many different types of people – musicians, athletes, international, alums, etc.

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        • Lulu says:

          And elite schools discriminate against Asians. California has said if they were merit based Berkeley would be 80% Asian – it’s nowhere near that.

          The Ivies set a quota number for Asians and only let that many in.

          Meanwhile other groups aer admitted with virtually no standards.

          Admissions at selective colleges are a joke and a scam.

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      • Tseg says:

        There is getting into college and then getting into exclusively branded colleges… Two different things. There are a gazillion state and local schools that will accept anyone that barely gets through high school but has cash to pay. It is a financial class issue (not race) between who is willing to pay the exorbitant tuition costs and those who are unwilling/unable. And a lot of the local schools just are not that expensive.

        I find it interesting if I pay for construction of a new wing at a library my son will be accepted at that school, no matter his grades, and no one cares. But payoff the university in an unauthorized way and all are in an uproar.

        The whole financial university house of cards system is a crock that the media will not expose. The Education Institution has no ethics… some super-secret society.

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        • Judith says:

          Isn’t it always the taxes. The bribes were laundered through a fake charity and the parents deducted their “contributions” as charitable donations. Sound familiar Hellary? However, Commiefornia needs every dime it can steal, so that was a big NO NO.

          Of course, these students would have gained favor in the admissions process had their parents made endowments directly to the college. Colleges routinely make room for such people, alumni, etc.. and the (real) athletes don’t have to be rocket scientists or even pay tuition to enroll. They get a free ride!

          Bottom line is that all colleges are unethical. The real crime being punished here is failure to pay taxes, just like Al Capone. Cuomo is going through social media and phone records to indict snowbirds in NY for the very same reason.

          Harboring illegal slave laborers in sanctuary cities is very expensive, so PAY UP all you limousine liberals!

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        • ByrdDeplorable says:

          Tseg:
          You are exactly right! The college thing is a complete scam. Add in the fact that once the person gets there, there is no education, just empty “courses” for brainwashing. Ever since John Kennedy’s bright idea for low cost student loans, the cost has sky rocketed. Schools charge usurious fees. Young people graduate knowing nothing and with an incredible school loan to repay!
          One member of our family finished top of his class in medical school with $300,000 to repay while sitting in classes with people who were “free” because of affirmative action.
          I’ve known lots of Harvard grads who didn’t have enough sense to come in out of the rain!
          I pray that the whole thing comes crashing down.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      The damning proof of innocence that FBI likely withheld in Russian probe
      BY JOHN SOLOMON, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR
      https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/434054-the-damning-proof-of-innocence-that-fbi-likely-withheld-in-russian-probe

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      • InAz says:

        The rabid Communists who worship Obola will never believe what the Uniparty, Clinton and the Commie Kenyan did to President Trump and his family and other innocent people who were targeted.

        They honestly believe the Republicans are covering up for President Trump.
        They believe NYT, Washington Post, CNN, Google, etc

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      • Good to see this plainly recounted. I recall both Nunes and Jordan (and perhaps others, such as Ratcliffe, Meadows) discussing that there was exculpatory evidence that should have either prevented or severely limited the FISAs.

        Plus, this info should be part of widespread media coverage. (I’m not expecting that, just making the statement….so low-info voters would see the REAL picture).

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        • TMonroe says:

          And the reported suppression multiple times of exculpatory evidence is one of many reasons that meaningful reform in accordance with constitutional liberties is essential. Otherwise, we’re slouching towards Stalingrad.

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    • This is really very simple. They all thought she couldn’t lose. They all also know what a vindictive b1tch she is. So all of them, all of them, did everything they could to be sure she would win thus assuring their careers. It didn’t work out that way. So then the CYA started and it’s been that way ever since.

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      • Right, AWM.
        But Page, Strzok and others were also deathly afraid of consequences once Hillary was elected, if they were perceived to be “disloyal”.

        As expect Hillary and her group of rats function like a Mafia.

        Can’t help but remember Marlon Brando as Don Corleone working in his garden before he collapsed and died–kind of like Hillary’s ravings and stumbles throughout the globe and in the woods of Chappaqua, hefting a Chardonnay bottle.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Baker and his entire cabal of co-conspirators appear to be judicially untouchable. Barr won’t let it happen.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Special Counsel. Subpoenas. As expected all along, the Clinton… er… matter was a sham investigation. And Justice was Obstructed.

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  20. dogsmaw says:

    Be Sure to check out President Trump’s tweets…someone (Brian Krassenstein @ krassenstein) is stalking him. Wonder how much they are payin this one?
    Mar 13

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    • emet says:

      Well then, no reason to waste the extra resources keeping the cons on death row is there? The wasted money was one of Gov Newsom’s reasons. So why are these killers still confined on the safe and comparatively comfy death row? They should be going to gen pop, so they can mix with all the other injustly convicted prisoners.

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Said it yesterday. I’m almost positive that twitter has set up
      a delay for posting Trump’s tweets. That’s how the Krassensteins
      or Dr Gu always get first dibs on smearing him. I also would bet
      that they have some set phrases ready for when he throws something
      out that they don’t have an instant comeback to. Something along the
      lines of “we’ll see junior in jail.”

      Techno nerds can correct me on this. I’m going by sheer probability.

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      • parleyvous says:

        No. Twitter just upranks their posts like stickies.

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      • fred5678 says:

        Excellent theory. I have learned not to bother reading the replies to POTUS’s Tweets, as they are all garbage from those clown brothers.

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      • visage13 says:

        They are admitted paid trolls to stalk Pres Trump. I wonder who pays them? Same with “Forever Logical” the hate they spew on the President’s twitter feed should be a crime. It is atrocious and there is a special place in hell for them. However, most people have caught on and I don’t believe they are effective anymore. I wish “Q” would have his followers flood the President’ tweets and drown out the hate mongers at the top of the feed. Say what you will about Q, I don’t buy into it all, but those people can flood a tweet like no one else including the paid trolls. Anyway, off to work have a great day Treepers!

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      • LBB says:

        Steele wouldn’t give hard copy for Kramer to take back to U.S. , felt he didn’t think it was good docs traveled from London to U.S. Steele told Kramer to get them from Simpson when he got back. (I think it is odd, how did Simpson get copies. Either they travel via person, or electronically. Did Steele write them, or were they written here? )

        So when Kramer gets back , next day he sees Simpson. Gets two copies of dossier . One unredacted and one partially redacted. What was purpose?

        19· · · Q.· I think you said that at that meeting Mr. Simpson
        20· ·gave you a copy of the documents; is that correct?
        21· · · A.· Correct
        .22· · · Q.· Did he give you both versions at that meeting?
        23· · · A.· Yes, he did
        .24· · · Q.· Did he explain to you why he was giving you two
        25· ·versions of the documents?
        1.· A- He said that one had more things blacked out than
        ·2· ·the other.· It wasn’t entirely clear to me why there·
        3· ·were two versions of this, so but I took both versions.

        He had similar answer on cross exam. Kramer was handing out copies like candy. Sounds like he gave everyone unredacted version. It was just a matter of time that someone was going to get trigger finger .

        Nuland comes up too. (though they spell Newland). Kramer indicates he knows no one in FBI. Find that hard to believe when you read his whole deposition. Will be interesting to get Steele’s words.

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  22. Streak 264 says:

    Another major cover up in the works at DOJ to help Feinstein.
    A former Senate aide charged with doxxing Republican senators and extorting a witness comes from an elite family with ties to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Committee.

    Prosecutors signaled Tuesday that they might give the aide, Jackson Cosko, a plea deal that would prevent the facts of the case from ever being learned publicly.

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/14/kavanaugh-doxx-feinstein-doj/

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  23. MAGAbear says:

    Here’s a perfect example of how a liberal minds operates. I was at my favorite restuarant tonight (owners are conservatives, have Fox Business on the TV’s) and one guy sitting with his wife said to her during Trish Regan’s show when they were discussing the 6 American hostages in Venezuala, “I’m not sure I believe this about the hostages, all the shows I watch never mention anything about this”. I almost blurted out “and what does that say about the shows you watch?”.

    This is like the former NYT editor who said when Nixon won “I don’t how he won, nobody I know voted for him”. The left lives in a bubble that protects them from reality.

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    • Petrel says:

      All sorts of folk live in bubbles. Washington columnist Byron York was in New Hampshire in 2016 and asked former New Hampshire Governor Sununu about Donald Trump’s support. Governor Sununu said nobody was backing Donald Trump, while his wife allowed her lawn contractor had said something she interpreted as pro-Trump. In the event, Donald Trump won the Primary with more than 100,000 votes in the very small state.

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  25. citizen817 says:

    SOCIALISM LURES THE YOUNG WITH FALSE PROMISES

    Donald Trump recently stated that “seductive” socialism would send the country ‘down the tubes’ in a decade or less. He’s right, but many young people aren’t listening.

    https://grrrgraphics.com/the-siren-song-of-socialism/

    Opposing socialism is not sexist or racist. No matter who promotes it, socialism always leads to suffering and death. It’s not a pretty sight.

    #SocialismKills

    —Ben Garrison

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Citizen I’m not to be mean or anything but has it occurred to you that many at this site use twitter and follow all of Trumps tweets too? My grip is I had to slide my scroll tab about 15 to 20 times on my iPhone to get past your twitter retweets on this “comment” page and I’m hear to read Sundance and folks comments. Please stop it as its unbearable for me. I follow all of Trumps twitters and don’t have to read them twice. Thx

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    • Serena says:

      Never stop posting your retweets of our President and the wonderful graphics of Ben Garrison.

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    • Serena says:

      Thank you Citizen for posting all of the President’s tweets and the amazing graphics of Garrison’s cartoons. I really appreciate you taking the time to do this for all us Treepers who are not on Twitter or have the desire to visit there. You are a God send.

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  26. mr.piddles says:

    Question: If, God forbid, Robert Francis O’Rourke is ever elected President Of The United States, does he get a Nobel Peace Prize on day 33, too?

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  27. boogywstew says:

    Where is a time machine when you need one?!

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  28. dogsmaw says:

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    • Julia Adams says:

      The story around Smollett where Michelle reportedly tried to influence the CPD to drop the case is appalling but not surprising. If true, the Obamas were obstructing Justice.

      Why possible reason does Michelle Obama need or require “aides” or “staff” in a Barack Obama post presidency? Answer: Plausible Deniability.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      dogsmaw/thanks – great article.

      Monica Showalter stating the obvious on the Obamas.

      First and last sentence/perfect summation. Obamas are TOXIC.

      “Michelle Obama’s got a heckuva political apparatus surrounding her even in President Obama’s post-presidency, and it all comes with a strong odor of corruption.

      The pattern with the Obama flunkies still operating as if there were no end to the Obama presidency is starting to get pretty clear.”

      https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/03/a_miasma_of_corruption_around_michelle_obama_even_now.html#.XIppsejNVYE.twitter

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      • prettyplease says:

        Hugs from MO are an easy indicator of who the bad guys are on the world stage.

        Take notes and remember, treehouse readers in your own part of the world.

        Just think how easily book tours, vacations and shopping trips are a good cover for passing sensitive material across borders.

        What TSA employee in their right mind is going to frisk her? lol

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      • WSB says:

        From the article.

        “The bribery scheme, which allegedly also involved actresses Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman, entailed getting students admitted to some of the top schools in the country as recruited athletes — regardless of athletic ability — and helping those applicants cheat on their entrance exams.

        Gordon Ernst, who until last year was employed as the head coach of men’s and women’s tennis at Georgetown, was named in the bombshell indictment, along with long-time Yale women’s soccer coach Rudy Meredith.

        He, too, was an Obama aide of sorts, but the very radioactivity of the charges against him hasn’t led to quite the bid to step forward as has the other two cases.

        But cripes, it stinks of corruption, too. Was this guy involved in making tennis recommendations for Malia Obama to get into Harvard? Admittedly, she had a lot of legs up — as a legacy kid, and the daughter of a president, and who knows, might have been a good student, although her public pot-smoking suggests otherwise. But the fact that this guy is even in the picture, and the reality that Operation Varsity Blues showing the cheating of the elites to get into elite colleges, was likely just the tip of the iceberg to show how the elites rig the system, signals yet another ethics-challenged person in the Obama circle.

        They’re ethics-challenged, and they have a propensity to interfere.

        One can only hope that more facts come out on this one.”

        Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/03/a_miasma_of_corruption_around_michelle_obama_even_now.html#ixzz5iEXmLCwQ
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  29. joan and bill says:

    we can help our president by not funding at least 3 of listed companies who support open borders, drugs, diseases, crime and gangs and gave $ against americans, facebook gave $12,620,000 go to gab, amazon gave $14,400,000 go to walmart or company directly,and BC/BS and AT&T who also gave and go to other providers

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    • littlequilterkitty says:

      I don’t care for the porn that Gab peddles. http://www.usa.life is a nice alternative to FB.

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      • Mandy says:

        been on gab since very early on, I’ve never once encountered porn. I guess it all depends on who you follow/how you navigate the site.

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        • littlequilterkitty says:

          I simply signed up but didn’t follow anyone. But, soon after I’ve had around 15 or so scantily clad females that wanted to follow me–wasn’t impressed favorably. Also, the first page when entering the site lists various groups and when scrolling through the list, groups promoting porn pop up with scantily clad people. Don’t know if I’m doing something wrong, but I’m not impressed in a positive way with Gab.

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  30. avi says:

    Paul Ryan stabbed Trump in the back and blocked him. He was also part of the Gand of Eight. was he just protecting his rump?

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  31. joeknuckles says:

    O’Dork says hundreds of millions of people will die from climate change. No, hundreds of millions would die from socialism if he gets his way. It would be like the 20th century all over again, except this time the socialists will use the mythology of climate change as a cover for their forced famines and mass murder. I really hate to say it, but that’s what these sick bastards want.

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    • prettyplease says:

      Yup! Death to the billions to cull the planet. The overarching theme to the Avengers movie that most millennials I’ve spoken with applaud as a great idea. they say kudos to Thanos for having the guts to pull the trigger.

      They may get what they wish for, and I doubt they will like it.

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      • Ackman420 says:

        Agree. Is hard to miss that. And the character Tanos was made out to be a sympathetic character.
        I did enjoy the movie. It’s the only Avenger movie I’ve seen. But the culling the herd theme is so heavy handed, it’s obvious propaganda. Effective propaganda, though.

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      • AloftWalt says:

        It’s funny that these millennials all think that they will be the privileged ones who will survive. This is hysterical.

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    • Just look at Venezuala!!! Drinking SEWER water to survive!!!

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  32. citizen817 says:

    It speaks…

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  33. citizen817 says:

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  34. joeknuckles says:

    Listening to this news conference by the New Zealand PM brings to mind 3 things.

    1) Wow, what an annoying accent.
    2) No sympathy for the families has been shown at all, it’s all about ideology and national pride.
    3) She doesn’t seem to be the least bit concerned about a “backlash” against Christians after this attack.

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  35. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Bigly says:

      Fyi – there is dispute whether this occurred that way or not. Still sketchy.

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        I actually thought New Zealand went the same as Australia and banned guns.
        Could be mistaken…..

        Ya know when I was a child we moved to a farm in rural Western Pa that had not been occupied in over three years.

        Come to pass, due to the farm not being occupied for those years it was virtually over run with rabbits……Rabbits……

        They were breeding so much they were even in the barn. They were eating everything. We could not grow a garden. We could not grow corn or oats to feed our animals. We were being over run…..all they did was breed and eat…they were even trying to eat the rubber on the tires

        Well finally my parents got all my uncles together and we hunted them down.
        Gave the meat to the local butcher, who gave it to the poor.

        Took us three years to virtually eliminate them..

        Just saying

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  36. Troublemaker10 says:

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  38. sundance says:

    I would strongly urge everyone to THINK carefully before posting anything related to the New Zealand terrorist attack.

    Do not spread the messages, stories, backgrounds, intentions, ideology and/or manifestos of those who carry out terrorism…. doing so only serves their purpose.

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

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  40. fred5678 says:

    Serious question for anyone still up.

    I am composing an email to my traitorous Senator Rubio about his vote against the emergency declaration..

    Can get in trouble using swear words and a phrase such as “you are a traitor to your constituents and all Americans”. ??

    Liked by 2 people

    • Swear words dilute your message. Better to stick to your points, and arguments. It is fine to say that you expect(ed) different votes from him (Rubio) as your Senator. imho

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      • dilonsfo says:

        You are exactly right. Using foul language, calling names and such takes away from the message. The reader thinks you are kook and disregards the actual points. When he ran for Senate again everyone knew what he actually stood for so his vote should be no surprise. But, he is still better than a democrat as he does support our President on many things where a democrat would oppose the President on all things.

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    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      I’ve sent many nasty emails, letters and faxes over the past 20 years. Never any trouble.
      I’ve been told using swear words is not helpful and is disrespectful, but as far as I’m concerned, they get the point across a lot better than any polite words.

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  41. dogsmaw says:

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  42. jack says:

    Can someone explain this Trump Tweet to us (me). It’s the first tweet by Trump that confuses me. I did click on his tweet picture and it brought me to website BUT much of it anti-Trump and confused website.

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    • dogsmaw says:

      I have no idea where it is pointed to but I did find this at breitbart

      Liked by 1 person

      • jack says:

        Yeah, it was hard to tell what Trump was referring to in his tweet.
        When I went to the website I was caught with this headline:

        “Nolte: Jared and Ivanka Compared to ‘Cockroaches’ on Jake Tapper’s CNN Show”

        And I saw other weird anti-Trump click bait type stuff. Is that website something Trump recommends as giving us the REAL NEWS. … or another example of “FAKE news”. ?

        I sort of was expecting Trump to add something to that tweet , like he “LIKES” the website or “HATES” it, or he was referring to some article on the website.

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  43. severance23 says:

    It’s the Ides of March today and I’m totally sickened by the state of national politics in the West – even more so than I usually am. In the U.S you have the Republican-controlled Senate stabbing the President in the back for the crime of trying to protect the Southern border; in Canada the useless Trudeau is up to his neck in scandal; in France the yellow vest protests continue and Macron rules out a referendum on leaving the EU because he knows the French would vote for it – and, finally, here in the U.K. over 400 traitors in the House of Commons have voted to put Brexit on hold and have more pointless talks with the EU council. Absolute disgust doesn’t even cover the contempt I feel for Theresa May and her sorry cabinet for this complete betrayal of the wishes of 17.4 million people. I’m sure most people in the Treehouse feel similar disgust at your own Senate for disregarding the wishes of the majority of the U.S population. I need lots of coffee and a big fry-up breakfast.

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    • When it gets too much I recommend whatever activity will help you gain perspective–
      Exercise
      A good (non political) book
      Go see the movie, Apollo 11 (superb!)
      Coffee and meal with friends–no political talk
      Hobby
      Spend time with pets, kids, family.
      Read the Bible (I read Romans 8 last night–just WOW!)

      This mess did not start overnight and we won’t solve it overnight. We have simultaneously reached a point where post WW2 institutions are not well suited to our current circumstances, and a near collapse of any real morality, aggravated by power hungry and monied Left.

      How long did it take the great American patriots that founded this country to come to agreement to revolt, then win the Revolutionary War, then write and approve the Constitution, then deal with early opposition–up to the War of 1812–easily 50 years.

      Hang in there.

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    • Serena says:

      Severance23,not trying to sound like ole Slick Willy,but us Treepers feel your pain. All we can do is pray and try to bring more of the opposition to our side. God bless you and all the wonderful Brexiters in Great Britain.We are going to win!!!

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    • StanH says:

      We all must understand the power of the NWO with the ruling classes. All of what is happening is coming to fruition as it was planned, but “a funny thing happened on the way to the forum” the election of our great President Donald J. Trump. This has thrown the plans of the cabal out into the open, and regardless with what happens at any given moment, what has been seen cannot be unseen.

      We now know that our political class in the West has been totally corrupted. Our once venerable institutions are now nothing but criminal institutions who are for sale to the highest bidder. They do not represent the people of the West, but represent a small handful of the self chosen whose dreams of utopia could well trip off WW III, perhaps that’s what they want.

      This to me is where we in the West can unify, left & right, against the the true 1% and regain the sovereignty of our great countries. The left/right crap is political construct to divide & conquer. While we are at each others throats they sell us down the river.

      To quote one of your great leaders:

      “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” Winston Churchill.

      This is going to be a long haul folks, we in the West need to understand this and gird our loins for the battles to come.

      KAG! …Keep the West great as well, because if not us then who? The world abhors a vacuum and it will be filled by something?

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    • Hope you fix Bangers and Eggs with POT of STRONG COFFEE…Oh, fix toast with lotsa’ butter….EL YUMMO!!!

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  44. dogsmaw says:

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  45. In context of Green New Deal, this article from American Greatness is superb.

    Basically cost of going 100% “renewable/solar” energy is roughly $50T, not to mention required maintenance of equipment, essentially 50K SQ miles for the equipment. None of this addresses the issue of how to dispose of batteries, decommissioned equipment, etc.

    https://amgreatness.com/2019/03/14/what-would-it-cost-america-to-go-solar/

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    • Speaking of DISPOSAL BATTERIES…At one time there were 3 LEAD Smelting Plants in the US and due to obummer’s EPA…there is ONLY ONE (1) LEFT…Let that sink in.

      And besides, when I was going to engineering school, 2 things were happening…
      1) The Thermodynamics professor was working on a combustion equation that went from 17 VARIABLES TO 21 VARIABLES (…if you haven’t guessed…YEP…ETHONAL!!!)

      2) The Fluids/Thermo/Heat Transfer Profs were trying to get more out of the WAFER TECHNOLOGY (almost same as we have now) that was STILL @ 10 %…EVEN TODAY!!!

      Green Technology…a fart in the wind!!!

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  46. dogsmaw says:

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  47. dogsmaw says:

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  48. jack says:

    So the Ides of March is here (march 15th) and low and behold the RAT-PIG GOPe showed their true colors in trying to back-stab Trump on the Immigration issue.

    Also, is Mueller going to finally have the report done, it’s Friday , so should we expect the “dump” tonight?

    I’m looking for Trump’s GODFATHER Moment where Trump exposes the RAT-PIGS in the GOPe and in the DOJ/FBI! (if you know what I mean) … and I’m sure you do. 🙂

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  49. WSB says:

    Where is the FEC investigation?

    “Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has ties with a dark money group that trains progressive organizers on how to lead grassroots political campaigns across the country.

    The group, Organize for Justice, is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, meaning it can raise unlimited sums of money without having to disclose the identity of its donors to the public.”

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/03/14/ocasio-cortez-dark-money-pac/

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