May 14th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #845

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818 Responses to May 14th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #845

  1. apfelcobbler says:

    Now I gotta add Gillenbrand claiming she’s discriminated against for being ‘a young woman”. That’s just a joke, on so many levels!


    • Niagara Frontier says:

      He must have his reasons but I sense a trap. I guess I’m just too cautious to be in this business.

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    • cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

      Why? This is being done to the President’s son by a Republican.
      I am sickened.


    • Deplore Able says:

      There is zero chance Don, Jr. will be indicted. That gives him some comfort.

      I hope Don reads a long and well drafted Opening Statement into the record outlining his reasons for hesitating to appear before the committee, particularly the known conniving of Ranking Member Warner with Russian Oligarch Oleg Deripraska in the obvious attempt to manufacture testimony to frame PDJT, when Warner well knew there was no collusion, which Deripraska has confirmed. Still Warner tried to meed Deripraska privately without the rest of the committee present. Warner’s relationship with leaker James Wolfe and his advocacy that Wolfe receive leniency. How the Senate Intelligence Committee could keep its investigation ongoing, even though it had the unredacted Carter Page FISA application in its possession March 2017. The Senate Intel Committee is a scurvy web of spiders more intent on destroying a duly elected President of the United States, hiding the truth from the American people, covering up their own illegal leak campaign and preserving the Swamp, than it is in JUSTICE. “Other than these thing Gentlemen, I come here with no reservations at all.”

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  2. Dora says:

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  3. dogsmaw says:

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  4. snarkybeach says:

    NPR was bemoaning the fact that China is putting tariffs on LNG. “How will the producers sell their goods if China won’t buy it?” Isn’t it a valuable commodity? Sell it elsewhere and let the Chinese freeze. They then interviewed a soybean farmer who bashed the president for the tariffs. The kicker was he admitted that the subsidies would ensure he didn’t lose money this year…

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  5. sc conserv. says:

    “What’s next after Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador empty their populations into this country? There is no end in sight. The next country to line up at our border is Cuba, and it’s bringing an entirely new dimension of criminality with it.

    On Monday, the Associated Press published a comprehensive report on the growing trend of Cubans accepting the invitation from our government to come to our border along with the Central Americans. The article discusses the particular route the Cubans have taken through Juarez. As the AP observes, “10,910 Cubans came through official crossings between October and April, versus 7,079 in the previous 12 months.” Almost half of them came in at the El Paso field office, while the other half came in at points of entry near Laredo.

    What is going on in the Juarez-El Paso area? According to the Agencia EFE, the largest Spanish-language news wire agency, the phenomenon began with just 100 Cuban migrants arriving in Juarez last October. Once they saw they were allowed into the United States within 24 hours, “word began to spread about the quick and easy access to the United States via Ciudad Juarez-El Paso among the migrants’ relatives and friends.” Then, Cubans began to fly to Panama and make their way to Juarez, and now their numbers are overwhelming even the Central Americans in his key border city.”

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  6. Perot Conservative says:

    More information from John Solomon on the recent State Dept memo.

    Title: State Department’s red flag on Steele went to a senior FBI man well before FISA warrant

    “In the case of FBI informant Christopher Steele and the credibility of his now-disproven Russia collusion allegations against Donald Trump, we have some important clarity: Government officials confirm that an October 2016 email revealing that Steele met with State Department officials — a breach of protocol for an informant if it was unauthorized — was sent to an FBI counterintelligence supervisor.”

    “Multiple sources confirm to me that the recipient of the State Department email was Special Agent Stephen Laycock, then the FBI’s section chief for Eurasian counterintelligence and now one of the bureau’s top executives as the assistant director for intelligence under Director Christopher Wray.”

    Laycock then passed it to … Peter Strzok’s team.

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  7. sunnydaze says:

    LOL. Tucker did clips of Beto on the View, etc.

    Beto sounds like he spent a few years in a Red Chinese Re-Education Camp.

    I’m serious! The guy is apologetic for *everything*!!! Even bows his head when he apologizes.

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  8. dogsmaw says:

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  9. duchess01 says:

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  10. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  11. Perot Conservative says:

    Do recall that there are over 24 criminal investigations ongoing.

    Another Treeper mentioned we have a target rich environment. What will they pass on?

    If Gina Haspel authorized or knew about the EU spying, think about the implications!

    This Swamp is so deep, I’d want to bring in investigators and attorneys from outside the Beltway.

    Trying to not get too optimistic. I’m guessing there is a possibility we get the Comey and FISA abuse investigations at the same time. Those will be very telling. Would a James Baker get a pass if he testified against Comey?

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  12. George Hicks says:

    My suspicious brain has been piqued for several months now…
    The Democrat field for 2020 is nearly two dozen, the majority are hard core leftists, candidates that most voters would find a little too wacko regardless of party. In the meantime, other Democrats are busy making crazy public comments, like AOC or Tlaib, yet the Democrat leadership is doing little to reign them in, almost like they don’t care about damage control, why?.
    Beto could have been molded into the next JFK if they had really worked the PR, yet they just let him slip into obscurity. Some pundits are surmising that if Bernie doesn’t get the DNC nomination, his supporters will be so upset for twice his candidacy stolen from them, they will vote for Trump.
    Look at any of their rally’s, they can’t fill a high school gymnasium.
    And then there’s Biden who looks like he may emerge as the DNC victor…the man has been in politics all his life, but he’s never been subject to the scrutiny that a Presidential candidate is. Once he and his son’s past transgressions are brought to light on a national scale…well let’s just say Trump will win in a landslide.
    The Democrats are plotters and schemers, and very successful at it…that is the reason for my suspicions.
    Then I saw the tweet from Jon Cooper, Chairman of the Dem Coalition, how they are targeting 8 Republican Senators for removal and the light lit up!
    The Democrat leadership isn’t focused on winning the Presidency, they have conceded that to Trump.
    IMO their plan is to keep the House AND gain the Senate majority, then they can spend the following four years at the most, impeaching our President, at the least, blocking every aspect of his MAGA agenda.
    Besides, elections are easier to steal at the state level and they honed their skills during the 2018 elections.
    Something to consider.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Do believe they plan stealing the election…
      Time is closing we do need a voter ID and tight regulations at the polls
      H3LL even 3rd world countries have better voter ID laws

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    • ivehadit says:

      I smell a GOPe rat with this list. How convenient these are all UNIPARTY globalists. /s


      • steph_gray says:

        I hope there’s a strong movement in all of their states to support a strong MAGA primary challenger. We need an upset in every one of them.


  13. kinthenorthwest says:

    this is one of those page flippers but its enjoyable and worth the flipping .. LOL

    Trump’s Nicknames for his 2020 Opponent

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  14. Perot Conservative says:

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  15. Perot Conservative says:

    Iran, Obama’s favorite.

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  16. Perot Conservative says:

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  18. Bigbadmike says:

    I know we will all worry about 2020, but I believe it’s already over and the Democrats Know it too. I’ve decided to get an early start on Trump 2024. God is Good. Thank you God.


    • steph_gray says:

      Inspired by comment above – it looks like it’s also time to work hard to keep the Senate. Trump’s coattails are long, but it looks as if it’s the DementoRats’ strategy.

      Funny because they will probably lose the House again. I can’t imagine people on the ground are charmed by the mental patients that were “elected” (by fraudIMHO) last time around.


  19. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    DiGenova on Ingraham show — “for the first time I believe some of these guys are going to prison”

    Joe talks the Durham appointment and where things are.


  20. Todd says:

    Mark Cuban thinks Biden is smart 😆😆😆


  21. Look at this..

    Cerro Gordo farmer says although tariffs are hurting his business, he supports trade war
    “I can’t farm another year to break even or lose money,” he said. “I lost enough money last year and I am just scraping things back together to make sure I could go again this year. To be able to get out there and do a really good job, you have to feel like you’re going to make some money, and right now, I see I’m going to work for nothing.”
    Despite losing money, Worley said he supports Trump’s goal to get a better trade deal with China. He said the country’s future depends on the best possible trade deal.
    “I hope they work out something pretty soon, but I have got a little bit of faith in the president,” Worley said. “He is a businessman. He’s not a politician, so he’s going to get us the best deal possible.”


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