April 22nd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #823

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911 Responses to April 22nd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #823

  1. California Joe says:

    Didn’t McCabe testify that Trump’s action firing Comey didn’t obstruct the Russian collusion investigation in the least! My own extensive experience with the FBI and federal law enforcement agencies confirms that changing the head of an agency has no effect on the conduct of any investigation!

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    • Landslide says:

      Finally watched it last night and it made my day! Thank God he came around to seeing the truth regarding Donald Trump. Makes him an even better defender. Epic. 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Like your screen name! My thoughts are beginning to turn to the GOP POTUS primary as we now have a challenger. Not much of a challenger for the GOP voting base so I think it will be a landslide.

        Note: we can’t be too cocky as Weld will take some votes, esp. those in the middle who are socially liberal/physically conservative 20 & 30 something voters. May take some of the Dem crossover voters…??? So, no, I don’t assume a landslide with no effort but if we work as hard and harder than we did in the ’16 primary we will have a HUGE landslide in the primary for President Trump and go into the General election Very united and Strong!

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        • Landslide says:

          Katherine, I totally believe we will be victorious. Between President Trump’s successes, his brilliant campaign staff, the fantastic rallies, and his brutal truth-telling…..people will work & VOTE and we will WIN! Prayer is the REAL key. God has a plan and He is not finished carrying it out. We pray, work, vote, and trust God to orchestrate the plans and details.

          Side note on my screen name: In July of 2015, I just KNEW that candidate Trump would win. I told my adult son that I believed he would “not only win, but win by a ‘landslide’.” Although the landslide part did not happen, I’m still glad I chose the screen name.😊

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          • Dutchman says:

            Katherine and Landslide;
            I agree with BOTH of you. I agree with Landslide, we have the potential to win in a landslide that will surpass Reagans epic reelection.
            And I agree with Katherine, NOT if we take it as a given.

            It is difficult to discern the intent of those who are insane, and our opponents are DEFINETLY insane. Never the less, my thinking is the Dems goal is NOT to win the 2020 election, it is to destroy America, “by any means neccesary”, and they are going to use the 2020 election for that purpose.

            Its the only way to explain their othrrwise inexplicable behavior.

            Beyond that, its NOT about ‘simply’ winning the WH. We Deplorables MUST purge the Republican party, at State and local, as well as National level, of anti-Trump traitors. Re-electing DJT, while saddling him with a Congress run by the likes of McConnell/McCarthy will mean he will be running a marathon second term, with a millstone around his neck.

            Part of the Deception is the tendency for everyone to focus on the “Horserace” of the Presidency, and not pay nearly as much attention to Congress.

            We need the Tea Party to get REALLY active, and NOW. Primary elections is where a LOT of shenanigans occur, when few are really paying attention.

            THATS where the Uniparty does most of its manipulating; Romney in 2012, McCain in 2008, Bush earlier.

            All manipulated the primaries to win/steal the nominations. Same thing goes on in Congressional races. Splitter strategy is what gave us Synema as Senator in Az.

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        • Tazio Nuvolari says:

          >> we can’t be too cocky as Weld will take some votes<<

          As far as I know Weld is only running in the primary, in which he will get toasted, so unless he then runs as an independent he isn't a concern.

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          • PInky1920 says:

            I’ll bet money that Weld is being paid to run as an independent, by the uniparty.

            I’d love to believe PT will win in a landslide, but voter fraud is now a perfected art; the insane left learned their lesson in 2016, and people will die before they let it happen again.

            I believe PT would absolutely win in a landslide, if it were an honest election, but it won’t be; the cheaters will get it as close to even as possible, and then see how many more stashed insurance ballots they need….

            I think we are in for election year 2020 as the wildest ride we’ve ever seen; it will make Bush/Gore look like a picnic. They are ready to do ANYthing this time around.

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            • Dutchman says:

              First off, if ‘all’ we do is achieve a PDJT victory, it will be a Pyrhic victory; without destroying the Uniparties Iron grip on Congress, they will continue to fight him, all through his second term, continueing the “resistance”, with Dems taking the lead position, while Republicons take the stealth undermining role.

              Secondly, the goal of Dems is NOT to ‘win’the Presidency in 2020. Their goal is to play THEIR role, the goal of the Uniparty is to get DJT OUT of the Oval office, which is NOT the same as having a Dem ‘win’.
              IMHO,..

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            • WATCHER says:

              Election Year 2020

              will bring out all the closet Christians:

              the “meek”, the “mild”,

              the “silent’, the “affable”,

              Who will be turned into implacable, steel-willed, fire-eyed Christ Followers of Righteousness,

              Who are sick to death, nauseated, and repulsed

              at The Baby-Killers

              The Corrupt
              who have cast a blighted tarnish over Our Hallowed Halls of Justice

              The Immoral
              who laugh at the face of suffering

              who chortle with glee at the burning of Cathedrals and Synagogues

              The Scorners
              who mock at the deaths of The Brave and The Innocent of 9/11

              Election 2020
              will be a call to The Nation of The United States of America:

              Onward Christian Soldiers

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          • Katherine McCoun says:

            President Trump won the GOP with Independent and crossover Dem votes.

            Some “ditched and switched” so that they were officially registered as the GOP in their state but they are still borderline GOP on many issues. Weld could drain some of the new “GOP” voters.

            Some of the primary Trump voters were in states that don’t require party registration. TN is “open” in that we can choose Dem or GOP ballots at the moment we walk in to vote and can choose something different each time. Crossover from Dems in the open primaries helped President Trump in those states too and Weld might be more attractive to some who are socially liberal but fiscally conservative.

            I am just pointing out details for accuracy. As long as we Work President Trump will beat Weld, no problem. But we can not be passive or cocky and can not assume! We Can NOT take victory for granted! Voter turnout is crucial!

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        • trialbytruth says:

          Is it possible he will be data mining?

          Also I wouldn’t mind a Libertarian Miner

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          • dd_sc says:

            Weld isn’t a Libertarian. Another socially liberal Republican.

            The fact he was the Libertarian VP shows how far the Libertarian party has strayed.

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      • Remington says:

        Land…A classic ass kicking. I LOVED it. He was on fire. THAT’S how you do it….! the stinkin’ repugs need to take this to heart. Follow the lead of PT, Levin and Joe D.

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    • nwtex says:

      thx sunnyflower. Powerful!

      Here is the full 14 min segment for anyone interested —>

      Either one of these links will hook you up.

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/mark-levin-on-the-greatest-scandal-in-american-history

      https://video.foxnews.com/v/6028573066001/#sp=show-clips

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      • Dutchman says:

        He WAS on fire! Like the caption, in a previous post of this, as it accurately sums it up;
        LEVIN ; “I am mad as HELL, and I’m not gonna take it anymore!”
        It was a call to arms, and very powerful!

        Any doubts as to Levins bona fides, due to earlier “nevertrumper” position pretty well dispelled (abolished?) by this SPECIAL show.

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      • Dutchman says:

        He WAS on fire! Like the caption, in a previous post of this, as it accurately sums it up;
        LEVIN ; “I am mad as HELL, and I’m not gonna take it anymore!”
        It was a call to arms, and very powerful!

        Any doubts as to Levins bona fides, due to earlier “nevertrumper” position pretty well dispelled (abolished?) by this SPECIAL show.

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      • aisheschayal says:

        Thank you nwtex, I can’t get these unless they are posted here, much obliged!! : )

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        • nwtex says:

          You’re quite welcome aisheschayal 🙂 You can’t just go to a website and see the videos? That’s a shame. Do you know why that might be?

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  2. henry says:

    Yes, because that is a concern on everyone’s mind in America.

    /sarc /barf /omg /ohcomeon

    But if I identify as a woman and a woman who identifies as a man hits on me….what happens?

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  3. henry says:

    Well, google and MS lead the way with the evil they are doing in China…

    Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, YouTube Working on ‘Global Censorship Database’

    https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/techwatch/corinne-weaver/2019/04/19/facebook-microsoft-twitter-youtube-working-global

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  4. henry says:

    https://www.springfieldnewssun.com/news/national/sick-passengers-taken-hospital-after-plane-lands-boston-airport/09XwMKRU91r8kDxXGdvFXL/

    The passengers were taken to a hospital after falling ill on a flight from Miami to Boston, according to officials.

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  5. concerned3 says:

    Rand Paul Was Right… Bob Woodward Says Former CIA Chief John Brennan Included Junk Steele Dossier in Intel Brief

    Brennan previously denied that the fake dossier was used in the Intelligence community’s assessment of Russian interference in the 2016 election.

    There is plenty of evidence to the contrary and on Wednesday Senator Rand Paul said Brennan should be asked to testify under oath in Congress ASAP.

    On Easter Sunday author Bob Woodward confirmed Rand Paul’s assessment on the junk report.

    The Washington Examiner reported:

    Veteran journalist Bob Woodward said Sunday he recently learned the unverified Trump dossier appeared in an early draft of a U.S. intelligence community assessment on Russian election interference.

    During a discussion on “Fox News Sunday,” Woodward suggested its inclusion was at the behest of the Central Intelligence Agency, but it was ultimately taken out after being reviewed by intelligence experts.

    “What I found out recently, which was really quite surprising, the dossier, which really is got a lot of garbage in it and Mueller found that to be the case, early in building the intelligence community assessment on Russian interference in an early draft, they actually put the dossier on page two in kind of a breakout box,” Woodward said in a panel moderated by host Chris Wallace.

    “I think it was the CIA pushing this,” he added. “Real intelligence experts looked at this and said no, this is not intelligence, this is garbage and they took it out. But in this process the idea that they would include something like that in one of the great stellar intelligence assessments as Mueller also found out is highly questionable. Needs to be investigated.”

    Woodward’s suggestion that the CIA was pushing for the inclusion of the dossier in the intelligence assessment comes nearly a month after Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said he was told former CIA Director John Brennan “insisted” the dossier be included in the report.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/04/rand-paul-was-right-bob-woodward-says-former-cia-chief-john-brennan-included-junk-steele-dossier-in-intel-brief/

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  6. Alligator Gar says:

    You guys have mentioned April Ryan and her screeds. How about the one where she said that Sarah Sanders’ head should be “lopped off”?

    https://www.rt.com/usa/457094-cnn-ryan-sanders-head-off/

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    • Bendix says:

      Why would any media figure publicly state that anyone’s head should be lopped off?
      There is no excuse whatsoever for someone who is paid to be a news professional, to speak those words about anyone.
      No, it’s not that I consider it a “call to violence”.
      It’s that it is nasty, completely uncalled for, moronic, unnecessary, rude, childish, IGNORANT, unprofessional, appalling, and wildly inappropriate.
      Should alleged “journalists” be setting themselves up as personal enemies of other journalists?

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Exactly–it is the partisan childishness of the comment. The left is making hay over the fact that SHS stated twice that a large group of FBI agents were in accord with PDJT, when that was not in fact true and she had to state under oath that she had no basis for those statements.

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      • RobInPA says:

        Was there a “call to violence” when someone with a rifle did something at a baseball practice that was attended by Republican politicians?!

        No there wasn’t per se, but someone did respond as desired/expected to the dog whistles that were being blown, from the party whose underlying feature includes wonton acts violence, mayhem and social/public disorder.

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  7. evergreen says:

    Regarding “obstruction”…

    The other way to think of Comey’s firing is “was recused from”.

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  8. concerned3 says:

    Former Bush Assistant Says Mueller Report Makes Obama Look ‘Just Plain Bad’

    Obama’s people then put up a smokescreen to avoid blame being focused solely on them, Jennings wrote, and hoped to encourage others to aim at another target: then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.

    I guess if I had failed to stop Russia from marching into Crimea, making a mess in Syria, and hacking our democracy I’d be looking to blame someone else, too, Jennings said of the Obama administration looking to deflect blame toward Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, as well.

    Obama supporters claimed that due actions were taken in the matter and that he established sanctions against Russia as punishment for interference in the election. Jennings, on the other hand, argued that this was only a toothless response to a serious incursion.

    http://www.westernjournal.com/former-bush-assistant-says-mueller-report-makes-obama-look-just-plain-bad/

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    • snarkybeach says:

      under Obama’s watch, Libya became a failed state

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      • Dutchman says:

        Undrr Obamas watch, cancelled missile defence in eastern europe, but “Trump” is ‘soft’on Russia, because he threatened to pull out of NATO unless member states ponied up.

        Gave Russia their own Silicon valley, and 20% of U.S. uranium to Russia, but “Trump” is ‘soft’on Putin, because he wants to work with Putin, on areas of common interest.

        Dems engage in projection, we see it all the time. They accuse PDJT of being a “manchurian Candidate”, the reasonable conclusion is that Obama and Hillary are agents of a foriegn government, and China is the most likely country.

        Only thing that explains their behavior.

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        • Judith says:

          Edward Snowden “explains their behavior.” He’d have been Seth Rich’d in a NY minute if Burka Hussein had located him.

          But Putin got there first and the rest is, as you say, history.

          Ukraine factored prominently in that Deep State debacle as well.

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      • mopar2016 says:

        And after Buraq, Hilldog,and al qaeda killed Gadaffi, the flood gates were opened to Europe.

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  9. henry says:

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  10. henry says:

    about time

    https://apnews.com/e2c9b809291948158973a152d6ad741d

    Frustration grows among migrants in Mexico as support fades

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    • andyocoregon says:

      I have no sympathy for these people who have allowed themselves to be conned by liars who told them the U.S. is the land of milk and honey for everyone. Their young men are cowards who won’t stay in their home countries and fight against the drug cartels and gangs. We don’t need foreign immigrants like them.
      It’s time to end all incentives for illegal aliens to come here and drain our country of its human resources. We have plenty of homeless citizens to take care of.

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      • cjzak says:

        I agree with your last statements completely. However, I’m inclined to say I feel kind of bad if these people who are in poverty and corruption get a message in their own countries about a deal in the USA. Do they even know any better at that point? If someone told me all I had to do was show up at a border and could then be admitted to a place where so much is freely given I’d probably go too. I guess they learn the truth when they get here and along the way. Stop them at their borders and make sure they understand they cannot come here anymore. No free stuff or room available so stay home and work to benefit your own country.

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        • mopar2016 says:

          People that can’t see that the invasion is an assault on America should move to the third world and dedicate their lives to reforming that third world.

          Bringing poverty to the US is not the answer.
          We’ve got our own problems, and most of them have been imported.

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    • From the above Story..
      quote..
      Nancy Valladares, who is from the city of Progreso in Honduras, is part of the caravan that reached Mapastepec. She is traveling with her husband and two daughters in baby carriages.
      She said the family hoped to reach the U.S. and find help for her 2-year-old daughter Belen, who she says was born with microcephaly due to a Zika infection, and cannot walk or talk.
      end quote

      In other words,, come HERE to receive FREE Medical/Health & Welfare Benefits for the Child..
      Nevermind,,, That Villanueva, who owned several small stores back in Honduras,… (faced extortion from gangs), THEY should Work in Their OWN Country to FIX the situation!! Instead of running to OURS! !

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        AWWWWW. Poor widdle foreign peeps. Come to the USA and expect me to provide your kid free care while you pump out a dozen more just like it? Nope. Sorry. Go home. I am compassioned out.

        Nobody helped my neighbor lady whose last kid was born with hydrocephalus. She had to PAY for his treatment and was told he’d die anyway. Nope. She didn’t accept that. She herself worked full-time cleaning houses and commercial buildings but she found time to work with that boy and care for his two older sibs, one of whom is profoundly autistic (she pays for him, too). Her little son is doing just fine, now. Oh, and, there is no disability check or welfare in that house, either.

        Americans ALWAYS get to pay. Send these foreign leeches home.

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  11. hard masada says:

    Mexican Army disarms US Soldiers inside American borders!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!W>>>>>T>>>>>>F>!< We have that going on while the FB~FU*KING~I arresting the leaders of law abiding Americans (Today's Minutemen) working to secure the NM/Mexico border. 300 A**Holes from SHI*HOLE countries turned themselves over to those TRUE Patriots. I thought it was just the LEADERSHIP that were the rotten but apparently it has spread to the RANK and I mean RANK n FILE~~who think their SHIP don't STINK~they are every bit as corrupt as the 7th floor! I say get rid of the FBI totally and reinstate the US Marshal Service to be the PREMIER LEA of this country.

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  12. Hmmm... says:

    McGahn is a disappointing guy. My first read of the Mueller report made me fall for the premise they were trying to sell about him but after a reread either they twisted his testimony or he is a putz (or worse). The premise they are running with (apparently from his testimony) is that he was told to fire Mueller. A close read shows that the President wanted a review of Mueller’s conflicts of interest so he could get rid of him.

    It’s striking that they include certain quotes but not others but just as a person who has watched the President speak a bunch it is fairly clear that there was a contingency involved in his statement. “We need to get rid of Mueller so see what you can do about the conflict of interest thing” would mean I want Mueller fired if we can find a valid reason due to the conflict of interest. For a guy who knew President Trump and was with the campaign for a long time to fail to interpret that correctly is extremely unlikely. That is the claim though so either Mueller is twisting his testimony or McGahn is saying he interpreted that statement as a direct order to fire Mueller.

    First of all, McGahn should have know stylistically the President wouldn’t order McGahn to fire Mueller since that’s not his role. He would have ordered the AG to fire him. Does President Trump seem like a guy who is scared to fire somebody directly? Second, as White house counsel it would seem reasonable to assume that he would react with counsel (aka respond by saying that this was not a good idea and would likely not work). Another characteristic of President Trump is that he throws ideas out there and judges the reaction and feedback before acting. Endless examples of this exist so it is striking that a guy who was with the campaign from the beginning apparently was shocked by it.

    The most interesting thing about the entire episode as described in the Mueller report is that Bannon and Christie were the ones who convinced President Trump that this was not going to work. That’s a pretty heavy rebuke for the Whitehouse Counsel to have the person in the office that is the only client he represents to basically look to others for counsel. The McGahn/Trump relationship was obviously not great and it seems likely McGahn was more than a little bitter about that. We’ll see when/if he testifies to the House exactly how bitter but that testimony is a sign that it was not insignificant at some point.

    I still am optimistic based on the overall work he produced that he will not be a total sell out as he was disgruntled but the relationship seemed to end on a better tone. As it stands this particular episode will likely not be a convincing case as even Mueller in his report had to admit that the President’s words could be defended in the manner I described which coming from him is pretty much an admission that the case is weak. McGahn now has the danger of appearing to be a drama queen so I’m not sure he will be fully cooperative with the committee. We’ll see I suppose but in any case McGahn is a disappointment for giving them that bit of ammo to use.

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    • Dutchman says:

      I would not judge anyone, based on anything in that 400 pages of toilet paper, nor am I inclined to get down in the weeds.

      And, its useful to remember the WH Council is NOT President Trumps lawyer, he represents the OFFICE of the President, NOT the occupant OF that office.

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Watch that guy. I think he may have gone “Full Romney” since Romney paid for the food served at McGahn’s eatin’ meetin’ with GOP congressional staffers.

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Hmmm… a few days ago… remember it’s POLITICO. (FWIW)

      Trump Campaign Punishes Don McGahn’s Law Firm/

      ‘Why in the world would you want to put your enemy on the payroll?’ said one adviser close to the White House.

      By NANCY COOK 04/19/2019 05:15 PM EDT

      “The Trump campaign has hired its own in-house attorney for its 2020 reelection bid — shifting future business away from Jones Day, the law firm, that has represented Trump since his first run for president.

      Campaign officials and advisers cast the decision to hire Nathan Groth — a former lawyer for the Republican National Committee and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker — as a money-saving move, supported by the businessman-turned-president who loves to cut costs.

      But close Trump advisers say the decision also stems from disappointment with the White House’s former top attorney and current Jones Day partner, Don McGahn, whose behavior has irked the president and some of his family members.

      Taking business away from Jones Day is payback, these advisers say, for McGahn’s soured relationship with the Trump family and a handful articles in high-profile newspapers that the family blames, unfairly or not, on the former White House counsel.”

      https://www.politico.com/story/2019/04/19/trump-campaign-mcgahn-1283545

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Sarah Carter said there was confusion about McGhan’s statement because he gave them several versions. Rudy Guiliani said McGhan gave three versions of his story. How much did they vary? We have still never heard Trump’s side to that story for context.

      I don’t think wanting to fire Mueller hurts him at all. I think Trump has a bigger issue with asking McGhan to lie about it to the press. He’ll eventually have to account for that, or say he remembers it differently, and give the context.

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  13. concerned3 says:

    Tom Fitton: DOJ needs to start policing itself

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  14. wtd says:

    Rep. Seth Moulton latest to enter crowded Democratic presidential race https://trib.al/7FQzU7P

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    • LBB says:

      Marine vet and should appeal to the resistance. Some candidates tippy toeing around what the #1 reason to vote for D will be.

      “I’m running because we have to beat Donald Trump, and I want us to beat Donald Trump because I love this country,” he said in a video on his campaign website. “We’ve never been a country that gets everything right. But we’re a country that, at our best, thinks that we might. I’d be honored if you joined me in this mission.”

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      • California Joe says:

        If he really loved this country or, more accurately, what’s left of it Moulton would become a Republican and staunch supporter of President Trump!

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        • Remington says:

          Amen, Cali….It’s simple, really. If a person is flying the democrap flag, they are scum bums. I remember reading some time ago how the demos were going to run vets to deceive the public – who have been easily fooled in the past. Buyer beware…

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        • Kintbury says:

          He would have a much better chance of getting into the race running as a Democrat, after all he would be one of thousands in the Republican Party. It is not because he believes in their policies, it is because he stands a much better chance of getting nominated.

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      • thedoc00 says:

        He will join the “moderate” democrat congressional winners from 2018 Mid-Terms, who ran on Orange Man Bad but his ideas are pretty good, and I am not going to be a Pelosi or Schumer puppet. The plane lands in DC and he is shown the Medusa Head of the Democrat Party and the rich puppet masters open the treasure box, the moderates suddenly become silent stone statues.

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      • boogywstew says:

        Has anyone on our side vetted Mr.Moulton. Is he another “Recon Ranger”?

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      • SMP Belltown says:

        Out of curiosity…

        How many vets are the R party running?
        Or the Green Party?
        Or the Libertarians?

        Partly unrelated, but…. weren’t there a couple of Republicans who decided not to run last time out? How hard did the grass-roots republicans work to hold onto their seats….?

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    • JMC says:

      I wonder how long it’ll be before Chrissie Murphy of my state CT enters the race. The little turdlet, like his repulsive colleague Blumenthal, does not say an independent word ever. Chrissie, once elected senator, immediately began fund raising and within the first year or two had amassed a $12 million campaign chest. Meanwhile corporations fled CT, and continue to.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      If I’m recalling correctly, didn’t someone at CTH (possibly Sundance, God bless him) warn awhile ago that deeply-embedded, DeepState/UniParty/Globalist types would be putting up VETERANS to run for office for the DemocratCommunists? At the moment, that would include Tulsi Gabbard, Pete Buttigieg, and now Seth Moulton?

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    • PInky1920 says:

      You can’t be a patriot and a demonRAT at the same time, military vet or not, sorry.

      He’s a liar, or too stupid to ride a bike a chew gum at the same time; my guess, is he’s a liar. He must be a younger version of Jon LeKerry.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Let Moulton throw his hat in the ring.
      His anti Trump statement may alienate 60+ million Trump supporters.
      Great strategy Moulton.

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  15. henry says:

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  16. Zippy says:

    How it all began… IN 2015! How would the Russians get the ball rolling in their “poison pill” disinformation campaign to throw a huge wrench into US politics and cause public loss of confidence in US three letter agencies, counting on the massive bias and corruption in those three letter agencies to take the bait and run with it?

    Simple – on multiple communication channels likely to be surveilled by Five Eyes partners:

    Boris: Have you contacted [Trump related person]?
    Natasha: Yes.
    Boris: Did they agree with the terms?
    Natasha: Yes, enthusiastically.

    For those who don’t want to recognize this “Deep State was played for fools” scenario because that seems to excuse their behavior, NO it does NOT. It makes their actions even worse – not only are they still malevolent and corrupt, they are predictable and, therefore, easy played malevolent and corrupt MORONS.

    British spies were first to spot Trump team’s links with Russia
    GCHQ is said to have alerted US agencies after becoming aware of contacts in 2015

    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/apr/13/british-spies-first-to-spot-trump-team-links-russia

    Except:

    Britain’s spy agencies played a crucial role in alerting their counterparts in Washington to contacts between members of Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russian intelligence operatives, the Guardian has been told.

    GCHQ first became aware in late 2015 of suspicious “interactions” between figures connected to Trump and known or suspected Russian agents, a source close to UK intelligence said. This intelligence was passed to the US as part of a routine exchange of information, they added.

    Over the next six months, until summer 2016, a number of western agencies shared further information on contacts between Trump’s inner circle and Russians, sources said.

    The European countries that passed on electronic intelligence – known as sigint – included Germany, Estonia and Poland. Australia, a member of the “Five Eyes” spying alliance that also includes the US, UK, Canada and New Zealand, also relayed material, one source said.

    Another source suggested the Dutch and the French spy agency, the General Directorate for External Security or DGSE, were contributors.

    It is understood that GCHQ was at no point carrying out a targeted operation against Trump or his team or proactively seeking information. The alleged conversations were picked up by chance as part of routine surveillance of Russian intelligence assets. Over several months, different agencies targeting the same people began to see a pattern of connections that were flagged to intelligence officials in the US.

    According to one account, GCHQ’s then head, Robert Hannigan, passed material in summer 2016 to the CIA chief, John Brennan. The matter was deemed so sensitive it was handled at “director level”. After an initially slow start, Brennan used GCHQ information and intelligence from other partners to launch a major inter-agency investigation. [NOTE that as I have said here before, this politically BIASED high level management to politically BIASED high level management transfer of information totally bypassed the usual, long path where such information would have been recognized by knowledgeable filters at lower levels as a possible or even likely DISINFORMATION campaign by the Russians, one which was further carried on and supplemented during the Steele dossier creation – Zippy]

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    • concerned3 says:

      “intelligence from other partners”. I will take this to mean Dearlove (Mi6) to Steele (Mi6) to Fusion GPS (Front) to Ohr. Dearlove is the connection to GCHQ.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        About those Brits and the Ohrs.

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      • Zippy says:

        Yep, but Steele and FGPS were later, AFTER the Russian op began the active spying on Trump and/or associates via triggering of Five Eyes in 2015 and the resulting director-to-director communication via Dearlove. It all began with that meeting. The rest, the mostly BS info (but SOME of it likely easily confirmed, but NOT criminal, to make the rest look possibly valid) fed to Steele by the Russians was just part of the -USE- of these politically biased MORONS to “legitimize” Russian BS via their official connections AFTER the spying began on Trump and company. Brilliant!

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      • Sherri Young says:

        The people who posted that YT about the Ohrs think Alison Saunders, a British attorney who was the chief of the Crown Prosecution Service was a connection to GCHQ. She left her post after making a mess of several investigations.

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    • concerned3 says:

      Hope that you will find the connections here useful. Each one leads to another.

      Ties That Bind – Stefan Halper, Joseph Mifsud & Alexander Downer (& Papadopoulos)
      http://themarketswork.com/2018/05/10/ties-that-bind-stefan-halper-joseph-mifsud-alexander-downer-papadopoulos/

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    • doofusdawg says:

      Looks like British intelligence trying to establish a new predicate. When they move the goal post you know we are getting close.

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      • doofusdawg says:

        Rush has picked up the ball and is running with it. Pretty clear to me that the “real” origin of the investigation is now being changed to the Five Eyes listening to Russians talk about Trump and the Golden shower, etc. This will be used to cover for the fisa abuses discovered by Rogers dating back to 2015. Will also give cover to the soon to be reported on January 2016 ic meeting at the White House which Solomon is teasing on.

        If your not on offense then you are on defense. Trump can’t sit around and wait for really smart folks in the shadow government to engineer new stories to explain away their dirty deeds. If he does he will always be on defense and that’s not a winning position.

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    • Zippy says:

      The FACT that it WAS disinformation was confirmed by Mueller’s report saying NO collusion actually occurred. The investigation apparently began in 2015, likely via Russian TRIGGERING the Five Eyes network and was later fleshed out by RUSSIAN-sourced BS used in the Steele dossier, SOME of the info in that dossier most likely being accurate and easily confirmed to make the BS content look like it might be accurate. That is -EXACTLY- how disinformation campaigns are run and anyone other than highly politicized, never-been-a-field-agent, never-worked-up-through-the-ranks DIPS***TS at high levels would have instantly suspected that!

      LISTEN to today’s Dan Bongino Show from 26:46.

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      • Zippy says:

        “SOME of the info in that dossier most likely being accurate and easily confirmed”

        But NOT info about CRIMINAL activity.

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      • Zippy says:

        Conclusion in the Bongino podcast at 53:35.

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      • Dutchman says:

        My problem with this is they were already ‘investigating’ (meaning framing, otherwise known as f*cking) Gen Flynn for “Russian connections” in 2014.

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        • Zippy says:

          As Dan Bongino and others have pointed out, the BHO regime absolutely hated Flynn (he was against the Iran deal, knew all about Benghazi, etc.), so the listening could easily have begun with an effort to defame him with the Brennan-Hannigan(GCHQ) face-to-face made in 2015 either originating from the assumed surveillance of Flynn or just a (Russian planted) catch from normal Five Eyes signal intelligence surveillance. At the point it involved Trump and/or associates, they saw the need to make the transfer of related intel strictly director-to-director.

          BTW, I suspected that this was a very clever Russian “poison pill” operation a long, LONG time ago and it seems that some people with conservative media cred are finally thinking along the same lines. “Investigators,” CONgress, and, especially, NONE of the three letter agencies involved want to go there because much more than simply destroying completely the entire collusion narrative, it shows them to be biased, unprofessional idiots and that

          T-H-E-Y

          were the “tools of the Kremlin” in the multiple meaning of the word “tools.”

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  17. Concerned Virginian says:

    I don’t recall if this was discussed, but it may well be that the horrible massacres in Sri Lanka AND the destruction of Notre Dame in Paris (still under “investigation” but may be connected to jihadis) are BLOOD REVENGE by Muslim jihadis for the Christchurch mosque attacks.
    Koran: 5:33: “The punishment for those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger and strive to make mischief in the land is only this, that they should be murdered or crucified…”
    It is well to remember that, in Islam, ALL non-Muslims are considered to be ACTIVE enemies of Islam and its teachings, and therefore people to be fought against and subjugated, converted to Islam, forced to pay the Jizya tax, or BE KILLED. The very existence of ALL non-Muslims is considered to be as an act of war against Islam.
    Remember also that the concept of PEACE is Islam is ONLY related to the “peace” that comes from complete submission to Islam and its teachings.
    THAT is the “little secret” behind the phrase “Religion of Peace”.

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    • Concerned Virginian says:

      Sorry, typo: should read “Remember that the concept of PEACE IN Islam…”

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    • Dutchman says:

      Concerned Virginian:
      Muslims don’t need a reason to justfy slaughtering innocents, or destroying religious icons, they don’t even need an excuse.
      They were gonna do it anyway, cause thats how they roll.
      Muzzies gotta muzzie!

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  18. concerned3 says:

    Tom Fitton: Mueller Report Confirms Russia Hoax, NEW Deep State Lawsuit, & More
    http://youtu.be/h6gFTYtU-nQ?list=PLKrmnAneARBeG_4lAcujZXr4KZ4GVxFDX&t= 50

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  19. dawg says:

    James Rosen- Trump Admin “said to be” taking a fresh look at FISA declassification to coincide with IG report due out in 6 weeks

    https://abc3340.com/news/nation-world/with-the-mueller-report-complete-is-another-investigation-looming

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  20. Bubby says:

    https://kagdaily.com/2019/04/trump-sues-democrats-for-abuse-of-power/

    FTA “Lawyers for President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization are suing House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings to block a subpoena for years of financial records from accounting firm Mazars USA….The lawyers filed the lawsuit Monday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, saying the subpoena “lacks any legitimate legislative purpose, is an abuse of power, and is just another example of overreach by the president’s political opponents.”

    I don’t how successful this will be i’m not a lawyer but it’s the beginning of the Spring offense! This is just the start! Godspeed President Trump! The Lion is on the move!

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    • ristvan says:

      Just commented on this below after reading the complaint. PDJT will win, but it may ultimately be at SCOTUS given DC fed court biases. Is a clear cut legislative oversight limits issue settled decades ago.
      BTW, the complaint is very simple for anyone to understand. That is likely on purpose as lets PDJT further expose TDS ‘persecution’.

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  21. Donald says:

    I don’t know if my comments below fit with the flow of ideas on this thread, but I will try at least to present them:
    I currently hate the state of jurisprudence in the United States, littered with notions that are almost incomprehensibly stretched beyond their original meanings; notions that are strictly in the ‘eye of the beholder’ and that, in general, present impossible odds of acquittal to the accused. Look no further than to the notion of ‘collusion,’ which was repeated continuously as if it were itself a crime, when most experts stated specifically it was not! But to no avail, since the Marxist Media insisted that ‘collusion’ was in fact illegal.
    And on the topic of the Marxist Media: Even though we’ve now traveled a long way ‘out on a legal limb’ of incomprehensibly stretched, and tortured legal constructs, and have strayed way beyond constitutionally-based jurisprudence, the only way to make our way back to our moorings will be to jump on the backs of these dubious legal constructs, and to use them as a conveyance in our return to constitutionality. WITHOUT IT, THERE IS NO RETURN!
    A lawsuit must be filed urgently by the Attorney General of the United States against the Marxist Media Monopoly (MMM) for conspiracy to defraud the American People into the belief that MMM reporting was presented in good faith as objective and free of ulterior motive. It would allege that the Marxist Media Monopoly unfairly profited at the expense of other news outlets from this blatant misrepresentation.
    In general, news presentations that are geared to a narrower audiences of political interests have less financial reach than purportedly national news organizations that rigorously deny any hidden ulterior motive in their news presentation. As Robert Mueller might, himself, point out: this conspiracy to defraud the American People would be amply supported by gaining access to private communications of these news organizations, and by subpoenaing news editors to state under oath that their news reporting was never coordinated with that of other groups, or that they presented news with the intent to receive particular electoral results.
    The key to this suit is to show that true objectivity in news presentation has greater prestige and prominence, and hence financial reward than any news geared to partisan audiences, which is immediately suspected of bias by the general public and shunned by many as ‘partisan screeds.’
    On the day after such a lawsuit were filed, the entire world would change!
    Conservatism needs absolutely nothing except its manifest logic to win the day. But if those that insist they the true arbiters of the facts while engaging in fraud of the American People, the United States will without doubt descend into a totalitarian Socialist State.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      everything leads back to protecting the media’s true love: the incompetent Barak Obama.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        The MSM probably does not want to discuss this text from Lisa Page to Peter Strzok on 09/02/16 @ 0950:

        “Yes bc potus wants to know everything we are doing.”

        It does not say “White House”; it says potus.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        …or the text on 06/30/16 @ 1839 while helping to write the Comey refusal to refer Hillary Clinton for prosecution in which Strzok informed Page

        “He changed President to “another senior government official”.

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    • Bendix says:

      Interesting, Donald.

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    • Donald says:

      Last 3 lines were poorly written (this is a little bit better!).
      “But if those that insist they are the only true arbiters of the facts continue in their surreptitious attempts to defraud the American People, the United States will, without doubt, descend into a totalitarian Socialist State.”

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      • Judith says:

        I think the USA has *already* descended into a totalitarian Socialist state. We just don’t know it yet. Deep State would prefer to confiscate our weapons before they show their hand.

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  22. ristvan says:

    PDJT filed suit today in DC to quash Cummings subpoena to Mazurs, the Trump organization’s accounting firm. It is a very good read. Establishes proper jurisdiction and venue, then blasts Cummings with numerous quotes from SCOTUS 1957 Watkins v US opinion on legislative oversight: no conceivable legislative purpose, exposure for exposure’s sake not a legitimate legislative purpose, Congress has no other investigative powers other than those implicit in A1§8…

    The fireworks have begun well before 4 July.

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    • Landslide says:

      Thank you for being so proactive in all things law-related. I appreciate it very much!

      And I LOVE the “fight” in our President and his legal team!!

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    • paulraven1 says:

      The media’s lies and persecution continue unabated. They learned nothing. The idea that they even could is ridiculous, It’s always double down, all the time, with these people. Why would it change?

      We need a game changer. We’re not changing the game. The Mueller Report did not change the game. In fact, it’s only increased the pitch of attack.

      How do you change the game?

      Go to war. But we’re not. We’re playing defense, admirably so, but defense doesn’t win wars.

      JFK once said, in political warfare, “borrowed saws always cut sharper.” But who are Trump’s borrowed saws? Who is really striking fear into the Left?

      Now I hear “wait until 2020.” But when Trump wins re-election, will anything really change? Why would it? The Left will do exactly what it’s doing now, only more so and worse. They’ll just be biding time for the Republican patsy that follows Trump. They’ll grit their teeth through 8 years; they can do it. Once Trump is gone, they know the country is theirs.

      Game changer? War. There is no substitute.

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  23. Bendix says:

    Once again, Treepers, I recommend reading the whole essay:
    https://kunstler.com/clusterf***-nation/ominous-tendings-in-the-nervous-here-and-now/

    Here is the introductory paragraph:
    “Unfortunately for the nation, the RussiaGate fiasco is only half over. There is just too much documented official turpitude on the public record for the authorities to answer for and the institutional damage runs too deep. Act One, the Mueller investigation, was a 22-month circle-jerk of prosecutorial misconduct and media malfeasance. Act Two will be the circular firing squad of former officials assassinating each other’s character to desperately avoid prosecution.”

    He gets into the Rackets, everything.
    I like that he brings up something I (and many others) have been yelling about.
    Nowhere in our talk of “health care reform” did anyone talk about actual costs.
    In discussing the issue, pre-Obamacare, with a woman from Taiwan living in the US, I learned that in their system, you went to a doctor’s office, looked at the posted prices, much like the way you would look at the prices at a McDonald’s, and if you thought they were too high you would go somewhere else.
    Of course, we then saw the UniParty swoop in and force Obamacare on us as a “solution”.
    Obamacare was a major giveaway to Big Health Care, which is not the same as Medicine, and kept the actual costs, and who was paying, a deep, dark secret.

    “Before we get to Medicare-for-all, I’d like to see congress pass one simple law requiring all medical service “providers” in the land to publicly post the price of all their services, from the cost of heart transplants down to those $90 Tylenols they dispense. Let’s see how that affects the lawless hocus-pocus of insurance companies “negotiating” their payments with the medical corporatocracy before we go whole-hog for a nationalized health service.”

    I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, single-payer (government) medical care or the insurance model we had, is a false choice.
    Both, to me, are unacceptable.
    We as a country created the state of the art medicine; why copy the countries which copied us in the first place?

    Sorry about the length. I am combining my thoughts on this man’s essay with my thoughts on the health care part, I hope I didn’t get too confusing, but don’t let that stop you from reading (and sharing) his post, please.

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    • annieoakley says:

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    • Ken Maritch says:

      Agreed.
      I have been saying this for a while… post all prices, and watch healthcare costs tumble.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        And…. Get the insurance companies, and the bondits the
        hell away from the bricks and mortar.

        RN friend, worked L&D, NICU at a no longer existing
        Atlanta hospital . (West Paces Ferry, for those with
        long memories). Place had a thriving, steady delivery,
        mother/ baby NICU. And, then it didn’t. Almost
        completely dried up. PruCare was one of their big
        accounts. They were underbid by Northside, which any
        one around Atlanta can tell you is the baby factory.
        Northside actually lost money on the deal.

        Anyway, our friend started working agency NICU,
        labor and delivery around various hospitals. What she
        saw was enlightening. Since a handful of hospitals had
        a lock on most of the deliveries, quite a few others had
        spent vast sums building “women’s centers”. Pergo
        flooring, opulent birthing suites, tubs for underwater
        births. With almost no business.

        “Fancy buildings, almost no occupants” was her take.

        YTG, being a study of any and all things bondit related
        knew the score on the scam. Justify the outlay of vast
        sums ( through bonds) on building structures. Promise
        “If you build it, they will come”. But, they didn’t.

        When Pru Care dealt with West Paces, the hospital
        had done some minor, cost effective upgrades. Northside
        had gone whole hog, according to the RN. If insurance
        companies were truly trying to reign in costs, they’d study
        the costs of construction vs the benefits derived from other
        then surface gloss.

        PS: A few of the hospitals in Atlanta ( Piedmont and
        Childrens in particular) are spending big$$$$ on all new
        facilities. It never ends.

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        • Bendix says:

          Another branch of the major scam that is Big Health Care, guide.
          I’m starting to see “urgent care” (stand-alone ERs) and
          ambulatory surgery” centers proliferating in my area, even as hospitals were forced to close because of “costs” or something.
          Meanwhile the remaining hospital in my city cries foul to all the competition, because they don’t make enough money with the competition, yet they expand by leaps and bounds.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            A large hospital in Tallahassee has almost completed a stand alone “emergency room” among a large cluster of brand new and nearly completed apartment complexes in Southwood. Wonder who they will be serving? (Hint–not a whole lot of Americans.)

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        • Sherri Young says:

          I remember those days as a labor and delivery RN in Houston. Remember PruCare too.

          The big, nice LDRs became selling points. We had just expanded to 16 rooms including four LDRs. A doctor friend channeled his patients to our dowdy-looking but top notch unit for delivery and the excellent NICU capabilities. He told me that convincing his patients to come to us was a frequent struggle. They wanted to go the the “special place” down the street where the care was not quite equivalent to what we provided. He was certain that in the end his patients would be glad to have stuck with us. It was only rational.

          I told him that 20-somethings who were at the mercy of their hormones likely did not understand. Pregnancy is a time when expectant mothers shop and have showers. They are into “pretty/cute/sweet”, not safety in case of a long shot problem.

          The look on his face and his body language told me a lot. The fact that he started taking as many of his patients whose insurance plans would allow down the street to the OB palace was even more telling.

          Eventually the palace hired away some of the neonatologist and NICU RNs and the managed care plans added the palace. The plans do satisfaction surveys. “Pretty” and “special” and my big mouth cost us.

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        • 100% YOOPER says:

          This reminds me of the local hospital in my area that 23 years ago was bleeding doctors. Now, all these years later has undergone at least 3 renovations and upgrades. Why? A prison came to town and inmates have a mucher longer stay than you or I. God bless taxpayer dollars/s

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    • Debra says:

      The health care industry is about making money, not making people healthy. How can the health care industry make money off of healthy people? Convince them that they are not ‘happy’ and sell them a ‘happy’ pill?

      Whatever occurred with the rash of ‘accidental’, or even suspicious, deaths of a bunch of holistic type doctors a few years back?

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    • CountryDoc says:

      Primary care docs, especially rural primary care docs, are leaving practice. There is a shortage, and there is plenty of business, but the overhead, and time requirements are almost impossible. Cannot make enough money doing good health care.

      Insurance companies are supposed to share cost savings/profit with providers, but they get around that:

      All the money (which the insurance companies get first) is being diverted from professionals (physicians) to :
      – Fast pace clinics skimming bread and butter off the top, staffed by mid levels.
      – Complex care being delivered by Hospices and palliative care companies.
      -Pharmacies (CVS, Walgreens) and Pharmacy Benefit managers
      – Case management, and psychiatric companies, hospital systems, nursing home and home health

      These companies are then purchased by insurance companies (should be illegal, but they lobby well). They get their supplies and drugs at rock bottom prices, but then raise the prices through the roof, allowing additional profit.

      These subsidiary health care companies are being purchased by the insurance companies for two reasons:
      – They keep the money in a subsidiary company under the guise of health care
      – They report the cost of the care as medical care, but the inflated prices allow hidden profit that does not have to be shared with the docs who are working hard to maximize quality and reduce cost.

      The docs keep getting promised more money if they demonstrate quality via inefficient electronic medical records, or if the save money (but the insurance companies have all the data).

      We have to pay staff to beg insurance companies for approval for drugs, tests, consults, admissions. We have to pay for expensive computer systems that impair the flow of care, and the data we enter is used against us. Then we have to pay people to fight the insurance companies to pay us. All of the insurance company employees are paid and incentivised to deny care, and most are not clinical people.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Anyone here who is on Medicare might want to stick with the traditional plan. As an old nurse, I can do just fine without an extra layer between me and the providers.

        I have been told that I should have a primary care doc. It is almost a reflex when a line is not filled in. I live in a rural area and used to have a primary care doc I liked just fine. He was my mother’s and did a good job with her. What was apparent to me from sitting in his waiting room was that there were other people in this world who needed him worse than I did. My annual “social” visits just to keep a doctor made me feel guilty knowing that new patients could not get in until one of his other patients moved or died.

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        • CountryDoc says:

          Those were not social visits, or should not have been. Review of medical problems, updating of important history, health maintenance checklist, reaffirming trust and knowledge of each other so that when you need something you understand each other. The doc is now a team, but like any relationship, you have to maintain it, so that when storms come, the relationship is ready to do the work.

          90% of the medical problems we have are due to lifestyle dysfunction, and you don’t change or maintain that in a 20 minute visit.

          Lifestyle is changed and maintained in a family like atmosphere: Family, church, 12-step, scout patrol, infantry patrol, fraternity/sorrority, sports team, development team.

          This is what our healthcare system must evolve into at the primary care level. But financially it must be transparent, and the patient/family must be able to choose/pay based on value. It must be holistic and include physical/mental/spiritual health. You cannot really separate them.

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          • Sherri Young says:

            My favorite job was as office nurse for maternal fetal medicine subspecialists in an academic practice. It was great. We worked on tweeking lifestyle. We had patients with all kinds of issues, including cancer. There were plenty of diabetics with which to deal. Some of them came into good control for the first time of their lives. In OB, you don’t get to use a broad range of medications. It really was fun. The postpartum visits could be pretty gratifying.

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  24. sunnyflower5 says:

    The stupid is strong with this Yale graduate jurno. She thinks it’s ok to spread lies about Mr. Miller. EVERYONE knows it was Obama. https://twitter.com/ksenijapavlovic/status/1120351079982665728?s=20

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  25. andyocoregon says:

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders responds to the Dem losers who were whining on yesterday’s talking heads programs.

    Liked by 5 people

    • duchess01 says:

      These people are stupid – keep it up LSM – repeating their dumb narrative does not make it so – we should impeach half of Congress – true, Sarah – they should not be in office.

      Tell me – Are April Ryan and Mad Max related – such hateful, mean women

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  26. nwtex says:

    So dang sloppy. Looks like he sleeps in his clothes. What an embarrassment.
    Wonder why his handlers allow this.

    Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke defended his lack of charitable giving yesterday, claiming he sacrifices through his public service and that some of his donations are not reported to the IRS.

    A side note—it’s interesting and telling to look at the ppl each of the candidates attract.
    Each has a distinct following.

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  27. nwtex says:

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  28. nwtex says:

    A call to prayer for everyone so inclined. 🙏 🕊 🙏 🙇‍♀️ 🙇

    Trump, business organization sue Democratic House chairman
    Monday, April 22nd 2019

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and his business organization sued the Democratic chairman of the House oversight committee on Monday to block a subpoena that seeks years of the president’s financial records.
    […]

    https://foxrochester.com/news/nation-world/trump-business-organization-sue-democratic-house-chairman

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    • nwtex says:

      John 14:27 (AMP)

      27- Peace I leave with you; My [perfect] peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be afraid. [Let My perfect peace calm you in every circumstance and give you courage and strength for every challenge.]

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  29. WeThePeople2016 says:

    So sad.

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  30. Og Oggilby says:

    Trump Sues to Protect Personal Financial Records from Democrat House Subpoenas
    William A. Jacobson April 22, 2019:

    “Democrats, who now control the House of Representatives, are using their committee powers to wage an all out war on Donald Trump regarding his personal finances, including businesses…

    Trump and various Trump entities have just filed suit in federal court in D.C. seeking to prevent prying into his personal finances. The Complaint (pdf) is embedded in full at the bottom of this post….”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/04/trump-sues-to-protect-personal-financial-records-from-democrat-house-subpoenas/?fbclid=IwAR20s_TB5DClwFXoSL7MD87tHM6HMKo1UhlClaC8fudMMAxUDDb_tbBEuRo

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  31. FofBW says:

    Now for the guy he really wants, now that the RINO’s have emptied their clip.

    Liked by 6 people

  32. Your Tour Guide says:

    If it keeps up, the field of candidates will look like
    a middle sized high school marching band.

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  33. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  34. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Karma!

    Liked by 6 people

  35. duchess01 says:

    The Trump Organization sues the chairman of the House Oversight Committee to block subpoena of Trump’s financial records

    Sonam Sheth 3h

    https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-organization-sues-elijah-cummings-subpoena-financial-records-2019-4

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  36. henry says:

    And now, words of wisdom from Bill Clinton.

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  37. duchess01 says:

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  38. rustybritches says:

    My Prayers go out today to the President and his lawyers with in his Org that they will be successful in blocking this nonsense.
    I have been angary and upset over the fact that the FBI arrested the man who was holding the Illegals and I just want to scream about them doing so, Something should be done about this, and my hope is that PT goes to NEW MEX and slaps the poop out of that Governor down there and then turn his sights on the Obama hold overs FbI agents who should learn what side they stand on.
    Our Military weapons was taken by some Mexican gov people and they were on our side of the border and nothing was said about that, and we are just suppose to say that this is ok.. NO its not and there should be a stink raised about it .. Mexico has gotten to big for their Britches and time to stop those people and just say enough is enough..
    Its time to turn the hounds lose on SOROS and Obama and remove those two idiots from the USA ,. neither one of them have a right to be in this country and now both should be kicked out
    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

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  39. lawrencepaul1 says:

    This is a must watch.

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  40. henry says:

    In recent media appearances, Mr. Nadler, New York Democrat, has claimed special counsel Robert Mueller “made it very clear” he wants Congress to reach a determination on whether President Trump obstructed justice.

    But Rep. Doug Collins, Georgia Republican, says that just isn’t true.

    “[A] plain reading of the report does not at all indicate — let alone make ‘very clear,’ as you claim — the Special Counsel intended for Congress to decide whether President Trump obstructed justice. In fact, it is the exact opposite,” Mr. Collins wrote in a letter to Mr. Nadler.

    Mr. Collins wrote that even if Mr. Mueller did make that request of Congress, they could not act upon it because it is “neither a prosecutorial nor judicial body.”

    “The absence of any statement asking Congress to serve in a prosecutorial capacity in an obstruction of justice case should not be surprising, because that is not Congress’s role — it is the role of the Justice Department,” Mr. Collins wrote..”

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/apr/22/doug-collins-accuses-jerry-nadler-wildly-inaccurat/

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  41. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    LOL, Rush is pounding Mitt Romney into tiny little pieces.

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  42. duchess01 says:

    ‘I Was The CIA Director – We Lied, We Cheated, We Stole’…

    Posted by Kane on April 22, 2019 12:39 pm

    https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/i-was-the-cia-director-we-lied-we-cheated-we-stole/

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  43. henry says:

    Have they asked our three muslima congressburkalistas? I’m sure they might have an idea….

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  44. duchess01 says:

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  45. Robert Smith says:

    There’s a segment on CNN right now where they are pretending that good reporter work allowed them the scoops that CNN got on Manafort and Gates.

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  46. henry says:

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