June 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #878

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462 Responses to June 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #878

  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    –🏌️‍♂️— 🏹 — 🎣 —👔- Happy Father’s Day to all Real Men -👔 — 🎣 — 🏹—🏌️‍♂️–

    🌟 “Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong.”
    🌟 “The righteous man walks in his integrity; His children are blessed after him.”
    (1 Cor 16:13, Prov 20:7)
    🦅 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…..

    🌟 ” Be my rock of refuge, A fortress of defense to save me. “🌟 —Psalm 31:2b

    ***Praise: President Trump’s approval rating—51%
    ***Praise: Another day of R&R for President Trump—Happy Father’s Day to President Trump.
    ***Praise: China is trapped, in Catch-22 trade talk with President Trump
    🙏 Pray:
    — for extra protection for President Trump and Magnificent MAGA Team
    — for gov’t White Hats, whistleblowers go public
    — for befuddling of all Dems Presidential Candidates
    — Deep State’s strategies all collapse and evaporate…poof…pouf….
    — for all our military’s safety overseas esp. in Middle East and South China Sea
    — Iran, China and Maduro to lose their power of aggression
    — for USA Election Integrity, Citizen Certifications and catch voting fraudsters
    — for our American WALL – for Guardian Angels at our southern Border
    — expose names of all 26 donors who helped invaders reach USA border
    — for 100% protection for Americans from Invaders’ diseases, esp Ebola
    — number of invaders be diminished
    — for our Military, Border Patrol, ICE, LEOs, Border Patrol Horses, border patrol dogs–for plenty of rest and guardian angels all around them
    — for all American children, including 5 yr old Landen–for protection from evil
    — for all Treepers/their families in poor health–for healing, comfort, solutions
    — 🇺🇸 Peace Thru Strength 🇺🇸
    🦅 “On Father’s Day, we celebrate and honor the men who have embraced the essential role of fatherhood. Through acts of selflessness, determination, and love, fathers and father figures enrich and bless all of our lives.” —–(2019 Father’s Day Proclamation)
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸
    🇺🇸 -Honoring Flag Week to July 4th:
    Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics to our national anthem after he witnessed the British attack at Fort McHenry. He watched the British ‘rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,’ yet still saw ‘that star-spangled banner yet wave o’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.’
    🦅“But those who wait on the Lord……Shall renew their strength;
    🦅They shall mount up with wings like eagles,…..
    🦅They shall run and not be weary,…..They shall walk and not faint.”……Is 40:31
    —-Treepers’ Prayer Warriors Post for Sunday June 16, 2019—–

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  2. Stillwater says:

    Overview of today’s WeBuildTheWall/Fisher Industries posts

    – Tweet about passing $24 million in funding. Says “Project 2 is starting soon.” – I’m not sure what they mean by “starting” because past tweets said they were already working on it. So maybe it’s the actual wall part and other tweets had to do with preparatory work(legal paperwork/permits, grading, etc.) before the actually wall could be built.
    – Tweet about NM governor changing tune about the immigration crisis (meme).

    – Numerous tweets calling out IBWC’s PR representative (Mentions WBTH has a good relationship with the IBWC leadership. The issue is with IBWC’s rogue PR rep.)(Numerous pictures of IBWC staff on site observing bollard gate progress and completion.)
    – Tweet with screenshot of IBWC’s initial requests for design of wall. (though the document note the IBWC’s initial request that the gate be motorized.)

    – Reposted three WBTW promo videos.

    Previous (June 15th Pres. thread) wall posts: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/06/15/june-15th-2019-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-877/comment-page-1/#comment-7108803

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  4. citizen817 says:

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    • Burn a rainbow flag and see what hellfire gets unleashed against you; and their flag has nothing to do with the founding or actual, real government of our nation. If they want their flag, then so be it and let them have it. Just don’t piss on our American Flag and burn it.

      Can you imagine what George Washington and our founders would have done to somebody they found burning the first American Flag?! Oh yeah!

      It is waaaaay past time to introduce legislation banning the burning of the Flag of the United States of America. But better late than never. I pray this mission gets done. The leftist libtards will go bat-crazy, but push forward into their faces anyway! Recover lost ground.

      SALUTE! To our American Flag! Soldiers have died for it. Let’s respect them too!

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      • Rhoda R says:

        I doubt that such a ban would pass SCOTUS muster. Sadly. First Amendment rights and all that.

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      • LizzieinTexas says:

        Never been happy that LGBT community hijacked the rainbow. It isn’t “theirs” it is Gods and belongs to all.

        As a kid (and still) I loved rainbow colors and rainbow themes.

        Genesis 9
        8 Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him: 9 “I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you 10 and with every living creature that was with you—the birds, the livestock and all the wild animals, all those that came out of the ark with you—every living creature on earth. 11 I establish my covenant with you: Never again will all life be destroyed by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth.”

        12 And God said, “This is the sign of the covenant I am making between me and you and every living creature with you, a covenant for all generations to come:13 I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. 14 Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, 15I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life. 16Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth.”

        17 So God said to Noah, “This is the sign of the covenant I have established between me and all life on the earth.”

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        • I really hate the way they have hijacked the rainbow, also. I used to put a rainbow sticker on the dashboard of my car, now I feel if anyone sees my car with a rainbow on it, they will think I am gay. Makes me made…no one can like rainbows now without a political interpretation.

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        • Liz…

          Thank you big time for your comment!

          My great sister and I have had this conversation a hundred times…

          How Satan and the powers and principalities of the air that the apostle Paul identified so well, hijack and counterfeit every good thing of God’s Creation.

          But God will NOT! be mocked. As He reacted against Sodom and Gohmorrah…He will make His divine will against all of that, known once again in our present day, time and dimension. Oh, what a shocking revelation of God’s Heart against sin and perversion is at the world’s doorstep.

          God bless you and hold into Truth no matter the cost of it and the sacrifice for it!


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  5. citizen817 says:

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  7. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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    • starfcker says:

      Really Steve Scalise? You and your double talkin brethren wouldn’t get any money for the wall when you held house majorities, and now you want four billion dollars for all kinds of goodies for illegal invaders? I’m with Nancy Pelosi on this one NO! Now go sit down and stop wasting our time. They don’t call you guys the stupid party for nothing.

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        RIGHT…..double talkin, double dealin, double crossin,

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        • So true Marygrace Powers.

          How many of our Congresscritters are crying over the Angel Families and their children who died at the hands of illegals.

          The Angel Families are hardly ever mentioned except on conservative blogs like the Treehouse.

          How about a few billion for the American citizens who need to put their lives back in order after they have been robbed, raped, tortured or murdered at the hands of these illegal invaders that are being allowed entry into our country by the thousands each week.


      • Beenthere says:

        Such of that blame goes to Paul though I don’t know how much power House Whip has.


        • Beenthere says:

          I hate auto correct!!! It should read: much of that blame goes to Paul Ryan though I don’t know how much power House Whip has.


      • George 1 says:

        So true. The Republicans always talk a good game but they are just con artists. They have never wanted to control immigration and secure the border. We can hope that some of the smarter ones are starting to realize that the U.S. is on a trajectory for total collapse if drastic changes are not made and made soon.

        The national IQ is under 100 now. By 2030, it could be in the neighborhood of 96. It is well documented that at that point societal problems increase exponentially. We are already seeing that TPTB are having problems maintaining the existing infrastructure. There is no way that we are going to expand a first world society to accommodate all of the third world people that they have planned for us.

        So Calcutta here we come.

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      • Amy2 says:

        The only time you hear from some of these guys is when they want it to look like they are “trying.” Granted, Steve was under the weather when WE HAD the House and didn’t do anything.

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  11. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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  13. Grandma Covfefe says:

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  14. Grandma Covfefe says:

    From Sundance Twitter

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  15. citizen817 says:

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    • Kitty-Kat says:

      Best economy in the history of the USA but evidently extremely fragile if it will end in the hugest crash in history if he’s not re-elected.

      Anything is possible, even the Democrats winning the next election.

      Now every time I hear about how great the economy is, I have to append fear of the possibility of the biggest crash in history.



      • Lack is not all says:

        Dont worry, Kitty. Its not going to happen. No democrat will be president in 2020. President Trump will be reelected in a landslide.

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        • Kitty-Kat says:

          I really appreciate your optimism and certainty. Thank you very much from the heart.

          I used to visit a financial site daily that was a good mix of pro Trump and anti Trump supporters, but the site owner is a Trump hater (and a Sarah Sanders hater.) I visited it mostly because the supporters of President Trump were so articulate in putting down all the stupid doomsday fears of the lefties, a main one being: he is taking us off a cliff to a huge market doomsday crash.

          Last week the site host was so insulting toward Sarah that I’ve decided I’m done with my visits and commenting there.

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      • Kintbury says:

        If he is not re-elected the Democrat in the White House will undo all that he has accomplished and yes it will go down the crapper in a flash. Just imagine what he could have accomplished if he weren’t fighting Mueller, Democrats and RINOs.

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        Really that is the way Wall Street operates. If things look good, it does good, if things look bad it does bad except during the Obama adm.
        It seemed to hold its on no matter what. Seemed strange at the time. Maybe the reason will come out at some point.


        • Bert Darrell says:

          Very simple explanation, Blue. With bank interest rates hovering around 0% and the Fed quantitative easing scheme, small investors and retirees had no choice but to invest in the stock markets. So, despite a wrecked economy and Obama curtailing energy production by banning oil exploration, and closing coal mines by pushing the stupid global warming scam via the EPA, forced everybody to buy stock. The continuous, artificially and politically sustained buying of stocks propped up a false economy that benefitted Wall Street but not Main Street (the working middle class).

          The word “seemed” is very appropriately used in your post. It was a sham and corrupt politicians highly benefitted from it.

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  16. citizen817 says:

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    • stats_guy says:

      This is a strange story.

      Let’s hope the deep state hasn’t morphed totally into a rogue entity with war powers.

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      • joeknuckles says:

        So, the NYT implies that Trump is so bad that he cannot be trusted to not do what the NYT actually did.


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      • todayistheday99 says:

        Don’t believe anything in the NYT. This is the fake news story Trump was referring to in his tweet above posted by citizen 817.

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      • Dutchman says:

        IMHO, past tense. Goldwaters campaign was bugged by FBI and CIA. He made it quite clear how he felt about Viet Nam.

        Deepstate, and Uniparty worked together to insure his campaign didn’t succeed. And that was in 1964. They WANTED the,war in Viet Nam.

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      • MDNA I says:

        “Let’s hope the deep state hasn’t morphed totally into a rogue entity with war powers.”

        That’s basically what it is, if we’re looking for a dictionary defnition or the concept itself. Concretely, when Brennan was in the WH his job was to basically run the Obama WH like a military junta separate from & hostile towards Congress & any enemies within the Executive

        Only reasons it isn’t capable of just unilaterally starting a war now is Trump won in 2016, but they want that power back

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Trying to goad a response attack onto our grid. Or setting up the ‘ole false flag attack?

        Or just making it up it’s easy and it’s what they do.

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  17. sunnydaze says:

    Ha! Brandon Straka of #WalkAway is suing the LGBT center in NYC for cancelling his event:


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    • Well said CN; well said.

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    • RobInPA says:

      Perhaps a ‘dossier’ of sorts pertaining to nervous nancie’s ‘investment strateregy’ while in office has been dropped onto the Resolute desk for perusal?!

      Perhaps too, VSG PDJT may have knowledge of who the 400 or so congress-scum are that spent ~$17 MILLION DOLLARS in taxpayer money to buy the silence of those that they raped, sexually assaulted of otherwise sexually harrassed or abused?!

      nervous nancy has a lot to be nervous about.

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    • Her mental condition is rapidly deteriorating just see her current picture and her weird head/hands movement…if her relatives loved her they would take care of her….


  18. JustScott says:

    Sorry folks, might as well pack it up and mothball your MAGA hats. Mr. Trump is finished (really, this time) and Fauxcahontis is gonna beat him.

    Intel and Analysis provided by “TEHRAN, Jun. 16 (MNA) – Recent polls in the United States show that Donald Trump’s defeat in presidential elections next year is likely.”

    Seems our reverred VSG’s problems are:

    “He has practically lost the game against Iran, China, and Venezuela.”
    “Trump’s big problem is that he’s unpopular”
    “53% of millionaire respondents said they would vote for Biden”

    So, stick that in your centrifuge and spin it.


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    • Bigbadmike says:

      LOL. The President should be so lucky to have Liarwatha as his opponent. If the fake media keep pushing her as the One, the Bag Lady will be mad, and we all know what happens next.


    • peace says:

      I doubt anyone with a working brain actually believes this . Warren is as unlikeable as Hillary. I hope she’s on the ticket because she will get squashed in the general election.


  19. Marygrace Powers says:

    POLITICS 06/15/2019 01:54 am ET Updated 17 hours ago/

    Petition Aims To Drive Kellyanne Conway From Office For Relentless Hatch Act Violations
    “Blah, blah, blah,” Conway has said. “Let me know when the jail sentence starts.”

    “On Thursday, Donald Trump appointee Henry Kerner of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel ― a separate office from that of former special counsel Robert Mueller ― called for Conway’s firing for her “numerous” violations of the Hatch Act, which bars her from using her official position to influence an election. The violation complaints were filed by CREW. Conway’s first infraction was plugging Ivanka Trump’s products during a TV interview in 2017.

    Kerner was viciously attacked after the letter by White House deputy press secretary Steven Groves, who accused his office of “weaponizing” the ethics law and “violating” Conway’s constitutional rights. White House counsel Pat Cipollone followed with an 11-page letter attacking the OSC report.”


    REMEMBER THIS GUY HENRY KERNER/sundane gave us the
    heads up on him one year ago … another a-hole that’s gotta go.

    Now It All Starts Making Sense – Deep State “Fixer”: Henry John Kerner, The Cover-Up Expert….
    Posted on June 22, 2018 by sundance

    “Years of questions about how so many DC scandals never ended up with any accountability are now slowly beginning to make sense. Henry Kerner is a missing piece of a very frustrating puzzle…

    Henry Kerner is Special Counsel in charge of all “whistle-blowing” witnesses and cases of government corruption. Henry Kerner controls the events as the lead official, the Special Counsel in charge of the Office of Special Counsel; and he is in the position to manipulate/control any investigative outcome.

    Thanks to the efforts of Judicial Watch, we now find a name at the very heart of some of the most controversial investigative collapses in modern political history.

    The same John McCain staffer who told the IRS to weaponize their database to target Tea Party groups, was intimately involved in Fast-and-Furious, Benghazi, IRS and now -under the Trump administration- “Spygate”.

    If you wanted to control or cover-up a DC scandal where would you need to be? What position(s) would you need to control? A) the witnesses, and the investigators. In essence, deep inside the agencies or committees doing the investigation. That’s exactly the functionality where Henry John Kerner comes in.


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    • Redzone says:

      I know I shouldn’t ask this, but why is this a$$#@!£ still in that position?? Somebody MUST start cleaning house or at a minimum, reassigning to menial tasks.

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  20. citizen817 says:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I think it starts here. This will continue to increase in volume as we go along towards the election. The madness of sanctuary cities and states will have to be defended by the governor’s and mayor’s against their remaining, sane taxpayers.

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  22. JustScott says:

    I am surprised not to see anything here about India throwing a tantrum over the aluminium and steel tariffs, and the US dropping India from the US Generalized System of Preferences (provides duty free access to US).

    It is so unfair of US to demand India drop their high tariffs on US imports!!!

    So, “A package of tariffs decided by the Indian Government on 29 US products for up to 290 million dollars has gone into force this Sunday,” including “almond and fresh apple for 645 million and 165 million dollars”


    Oh well. Guess I will have to eat less Mexacados, but will be able to drink more US grown Apple Cider!!! 🙂

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  24. JustScott says:

    Courtesy CNN, “African migrants denounce conditions at Mexico border” and “desperation at a detention center in Tapachula, Mexico”

    Video includes pictures of an impoverished African mother and child crying behind bars (or a gate or something.) Geez! I thought the US was the only one locking these poor economic refugees up in cages!

    Didn’t watch video. Wont waste Sundance’s bits with a link.

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  25. JustScott says:

    Speaking of Economic Traitors, an honerable mention for china.org.cn:

    “Jimmy Carter receives award for role in China-US relations”
    “The George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations,” “bestowed its inaugural George H. W. Bush Award for Statesmanship in U.S.-China Relations on Carter,”

    Neil Bush said – basically – peanut guy good, Bush 1 good, Bush 2 good, China $$$’s good, Orange war-monger Man bad.


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    • joeknuckles says:

      Watergate drove Nixon from office and gave us Carter.

      In just 4 years, Carter put the Ayatollah in power, convinced Britain to give HK back to the Chicoms and set the educational system in the US on the course that led us to where we are now. I’m sure there’s more, I just can’t think of it right now.

      The point is that rolling over and sacrificing the president resulted in lasting damage to the country. We cannot let it happen again.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        HIgh interest rates. Hurt us in the pocket book enough
        that it was one of the lead ups to local banking, ie
        Savings and Loans tanking. 17,000 steelworkers lose
        their jobs in Youngstown, the lead up to other closings/

        Off the top of my head. Getting rid of the Shah was the
        worst .however.

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      • FL_GUY says:

        You wrote: The point is that rolling over and sacrificing the president resulted in lasting damage to the country. We cannot let it happen again.

        I totally agree.

        As for Jimmy Carter: Don’t forget he also gave away the Panama Canal and gutted the military. Even after his presidency, he made sure Chavez retained power in Venezuela by certifying the vote fraud filled election that gave Chavez the “win”. I use to think he was just naive but he is actually an EVIL, destructive individual. AND he is STILL breathing.

        As for Nixon, I have often wished he was the bad ass that the lefties claimed him to be. The truth is, he was a nice guy and a wimp. He loved the country and didn’t want to disrupt things by creating controversy.

        Nixon should have prosecuted McCain for aiding and abetting the NV, John Kerry for conspiring with the NV and Jane Fonda for aiding and abetting the NV and also, getting our POWs brutalized when she turned over a note they had written to the NV that they tried to smuggle out through a “fellow” American. Instead, they gave it to a traitor who should never have been in NV to begin with.

        When Ayers rich daddy bought off the court and he walked on the murder charge and then bragged about his guilt knowing double jeopardy laws would protect him, Nixon should have sent the DOJ after him looking for every FED reg the arrogant, limo revolutionary had violated. If anyone deserved a team of FBI agents monitoring him 24/7, it was that POS Ayers; instead, he went into “education” perverting the educational system of the USA. Just those four people did immeasurable damage to the USA because they committed crimes and nothing was done about it.

        Nixon should have never rolled over on the Watergate frame. He should have waged war against the people behind it. And so, due to his lack of fighting back, we have the current crap that they tried and I guess are still trying to pull against President Trump. They even dragged out that worthless, lying clown John Dean to run his mouth. I swear, I thought I had entered the twilight zone with John Dean “testifying”.

        I’ve come to the conclusion that being lenient with criminal behavior has bad consequences for society. Just think all the damage Teddy Kennedy did in the Senate after he was given a pass on manslaughter in 1969. Rather than the senate making anti-American bills, he should have been in prison for 10 years and never set foot in DC again; a regular person would have been in prison if they had done what Teddy did.

        It’s time, way past time, to start prosecuting these people who have broken laws. If it creates controversy, so what. The consequences of letting them get away with it are much worse in the long run than any controversy.

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      • penny munday says:

        If I’m not mistaken, Jimmah also gave us the Department of Energy and Department of Education, two of the most worthless, detrimental goberment bureacracies ever created.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Panama Canal!


      • Kay Emig says:

        Until Bamster showed up, Carter was the Worst President Evah. Misery Index and all.


      • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

        Regarding the horrible Carter Years, as others have mentioned here, don’t forget the Panama Canal giveaway. On September 7, 1977 president Jimmy Carter signed the Torrijos-Carter Treaty setting in motion the process of transferring control of the American canal to Panama. The treaty became effective on October 1, 1979.

        ~~~~~~~~ TRUMP 2020 ~~~~~~~~


    • Baby El says:

      Jimmy Carter – No longer the worst president in history thanks to B.O. and Big Mike!

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    • Kintbury says:

      Apparently too stupid to see the strategy. They would continue doing business with China so they can build up their military and defeat us. No thanks.

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      • Because due to our schooling..large part of US population do not know /do not want to know about communism/demon c rat ic socialism(Bernie’s camouflage) until they wake up too late- stay in line for basic food – if it come up…..


  26. joeknuckles says:

    Henry Kerner should be fired immediately under the Hatch Act for using his position at the OSC to attempt to embarrass the president politically.


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    • MDNA I says:

      I followed up this lead – 2 posts in this thread about Kerner & Conway – another 45m down the rabbit hole but I have a few answers…l.. probably gonna post about it myself at some point. Thanks for digging it up, this should’ve gotten more attention & should still get more attention

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  27. A2 says:

    Hong Kong protests gathering again today. Massive. Hong Kong people not backing down.


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    • JustScott says:

      IIRC, last night I read that over 1M people were protesting in Hongkong, and their population is about 7.4M. 14% is a pretty serious number of unhappy people!!!

      Many thanks for your dedication, A2.

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  28. JustScott says:

    Sorry, had to.

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  30. Dora says:

    Here is where it all started. Can you believe it was 4 years ago? I call it ‘Escalator Day’.

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    • citizen817 says:

      Ingrained in memory til the end… 💕

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      • The Boss says:

        “We can’t afford political correctness”.
        That line got my attention, my volunteering in two states and my vote.
        Agreed. Never to be forgotten.

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    • ParteaGirl says:

      Three years ago today I went to Trump’s rally at Gilley’s in Dallas. It was my favorite rally, either attended or watched. Reunion Tower in downtown had lit the ball like the American Flag in honor of him coming and he was in a great mood.

      While he was speaking, during a pause, the woman next to me shouted “I love your hair!” Trump stopped, looked at her and said “Thank you, darling. What a nice thing to say. Now can you tell my kids that?” We all laughed, including Trump.

      As we were leaving, we all signed a huge banner in honor of the one year anniversary of his campaign. We were all so incredibly grateful…and he hadn’t even won yet! God bless President Trump!

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      • Dora says:

        Sounds like a great experience. Thank you for sharing it.

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      • Dekester says:

        Thanks Partegirl, We made the short drive across the Can/US border on two occasions,and attended two rallys in Washington State. One in Burlington the other in Lynden.

        The atmosphere was electric, and my biggest takeaways were the massive crowds, their incredible good manners.

        I remarked on what I witnessed to an older lady that was sitting watching the proceedings. She smiled and said “ these are real Americans”

        At the Lynden rally, I decided to “imbed” with the anarchist protesters for ten minutes or so. We were across the street from the fine Americans waiting to access the stadium.

        As expected. Their behaviour language and hygiene was deplorable😉

        Great memories though, and when I relate these “ on the ground” stories to fellow Canadians. Canadians that have been poisoned by the MSM’s 24/7 PDJT bashing. The looks on their faces, and their collective loss for words is as MasterCard says. “ Priceless”

        God bless PDJT

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  31. A2 says:

    In Pictures: Flowers pile up for Hong Kong anti-extradition protester who died
    16 June 2019 15:53
    “Bouquets of white flowers, written tributes and origami cranes piled up on Sunday outside a high-end Hong Kong shopping mall, where a young man plunged to his death protesting against a controversial extradition bill”

    Hongkongers march in their thousands against extradition bill again, calling for leader to resign
    16 June 2019 15:53

    Hongkongers marched in their thousands on Sunday to call for the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill, despite its suspension by the government the day before. They marched through Wanchai and Causeway Bay chanting for Chief Executive Carrie Lam to resign en route to government headquarters in Admiralty.

    Hong Kong people will not bend.

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    • A2…I do hope that these protest actually topple the current gov and these protests occurring pretty close to the G-20 Summit speaks volumes of what is going to on Xi’s mind when he is at the summit…Too be a fly on the wall!!!!!! Tango Yankee on the updates on what is happening in HK…

      Question (just came to me): What are the optics if HK government falls while Xi is at G-20 Summit?????

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      • A2 says:

        The Hong Kong government will not fall, but the CE Carrie Lam, I suspect will resign, and maybe some of her cabinet. That means that a new CE needs to be selected from the CCP approved list, that the special appointed electors will have to chose from. On the other hand, she may try to hold on until after the G20 to give China semblance of being in control.

        Too much to go into here about the how the system works since the handover. It is very convoluted at the top. But controlled by the Beijing faction.

        The next week should be interesting, to say the least.

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        • Very Insightful!!!


        • k4jjj says:

          The Hong Kong die is cast. The big money has fled or will flee. The people of Hong Kong are not stupid. The mask is off. China is nothing but a ruthless and murderous tyranny. As its economy collapses, it cannot hold things together except by force. We could see violent repression on a scale not seen before. China’s tyrants have had visions of worldwide domination for a long time but without a robust Chinese economy, the goal is impossible to achieve. It’s hard to rule the world when your own people are starving. Even the vast Roman empire eventually collapsed.

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          • k4jjj…History is indeed repeating itself…When a country is NOT self-sustaining on ANYTHING and cannot backup what is necessary for daily living…the cows come home to roost…Xi has got to be sweating buckets and each passing day brings him closer to the inevitably that there has too be changes to the Chinese way of life to even function…


  32. getfitnow says:

    FTA – When I first hit the presidential campaign trail as a reporter chasing the likes of Bob Dole, Jesse Jackson, George H.W. Bush and a young Al Gore across the farm fields of Middle America in 1988, I stumbled across a silver-haired man at a greasy-spoon restaurant in La Crosse, Wis. He was an old factory worker at the local brewery. A blue-collar company man who leaned Democrat.

    I was sitting at the table across from him, obliviously banging on the keys of my Radio Shack Tandy 103 computer (a model now relegated to the Smithsonian’s heap-pile of technology) when he asked me the obvious: “You one of those reporters?”
    “Yes, sir,” I answered politely.

    “Do me a favor. Don’t dumb-down politics,” he said. “We’re smarter than you think.”

    I’ve kept that sentiment close to my heart for three decades. And those looking to twist Trump’s ABC News interview into something it was not should take heed of the wisdom I was offered that day in La Crosse.

    American voters are a lot harder to fool than the political elite think.


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  33. TwoLaine says:

    I am really glad to hear we have all the pols on tape now that “no one is above the law, even a former President”.

    Not that we needed their approval to lock up then Kenyan, but now we have it anyway.


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    • bertdilbert says:

      When Bill Barr proves there was never any Russians, the democrats will accuse him of rewriting history. Schiff will say that just because there isn’t any evidence, does not mean it didn’t happen.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Shifty Schiff can wail at the moon as far as I am concerned. No one really cares.

        TRUMP and Team will out this evil man.


  34. Ilcon says:

    Happy fathers Day Big Mike.

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  35. Bubby says:


    FTA “Robert Mueller’s troublesome, unethical, and corrupt FBI career prior to his appointment as the special counsel on the Trump-Russia Collusion investigation deserves a serious vetting. I provide here two points of reference: a monograph by sitting congressman and former Texas State Court judge Louie Gohmert titled “Robert Mueller: Unmasked” and a book by Louisiana attorney and sitting Louisiana state senator John Milkovich titled Robert Mueller: Errand Boy for the New World Order….The last two chapters of Mr. Milkovich’s book lay out the case for the danger of the expanded power and reach of the administrative and surveillance state and the effort led by Mueller and his prosecution gang to accomplish a coup d’état.”

    This is a summation of Mueller’s corrupt and unethical arrests and prosecutions. I didn’t know about his involvement in Ruby Ridge. What to me is deeply troubling is what kind of organization would continue to promote this over zealous dirty LE officer again and again? How could such a corrupt LE officer get the reputation of being Mr. Integrity when just about everything he has done has violated the Fourth Amendment and probably the Tenth Amendment as well? This kind of corruption wasn’t magically cured by Director Wray’s bias training. Whatever comes of AG Barr and SP Durham investigations my guess is that those investigations won’t prevent another Mueller from rising in the ranks of the FBI or there is one currently on the rise using Mueller’s strong arm tactics to get convictions and promotions! Mueller is the prime example as to why I’m against a Federal police force.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      There are currently 50-100 FBI employees under investigation by the OIG for leaking and taking bribes due any week now.

      Firing and punishing dozens would be a start. But there is the contradiction of the DC Democrat swap. Brennan, McCabe, Comey and Strzok leaked; have Wray and Barr leaked.

      Is it grand cognitive dissonance? Don’t leak … but then 50% leak? And oh yeah, we’re “the world’s premier law enforcement agency”.

      Really? Given these tawdry antics, are we really better than Israel? Are Chinese intelligence better, just led by an evil system? Maybe the Swiss or Poles are better, preventing terrorists and staying out of the news.


    • Bubby- I was just going to post the link to the fantastic article. Definitely one of the BEST. Thanks for putting it up and I hope that many people read it. Should be spread far and wide.

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  36. Ilcon says:


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  37. Ilcon says:

    Ban plastic straws.

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  38. Ilcon says:

    Enemy #1.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. OhNoYouDont says:

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  40. Dora says:

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  41. EE says:

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    • E-V-E-R-Y voter wants their Congress (and, their President) to be doing their jobs. Radical politicians [barely …] seized power in the House and promptly began to use that power to harass the sitting President, shamelessly pursuing their own agenda with every power of the Federal Government that they had not yet used. They haven’t done anything else. They don’t seem to think that they have anything else to do.

      But meanwhile, as this President repeatedly tells them what they should be doing, he is scoring victories on every front in less than 3 years … accomplishing far more than all of his predecessors ever did in fifty, and doing it without the help of a Congress that is still obsessively doing the one and only thing it appears to know how to do: stirring the empty pot of impeachment.

      In 2021, you won’t be in office. President Trump will. Your precious Democratic Party will hold the smallest minority that it ever held in both Houses, and that minority will continue to grow smaller and smaller until – quite possibly – your entire Party fades from view. You’re no longer fulfilling the minimum qualifications of a Member of the US Congress, as perceived by the We the People of the =present= day.

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  42. webgirlpdx says:

    A funny thing happened on the way to the Impeach Trump Rally yesterday in sunny Portland.
    They forgot to show up. 🙂


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  43. TwoLaine says:

    Charles Payne stepping in for Maria B this AM.

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  44. Impeachment is the candle flame, and radical politicians are the moths.

    You see, “impeachment” is not what the public wants – it’s what they want. It’s been the singular target of their conspiracy since before Trump took office, and it doesn’t [yet …] matter to them that this conspiracy is being unmasked. It doesn’t matter to them that, based on their $38 million dollar report and 22-month attack, found their quarry guilty of no wrongdoing and cooperating in unbelievably extensive ways.

    In 2021, these private citizens will be writing books, still insisting that President Trump should be thrown out of office for … something or other … and in 2024 they might be doing the same. Some people just don’t “get it.”

    President Trump is the harbinger of a brand-new kind of political chief executive officer … someone who actually has many decades of experience being(!) one in private life. Someone who wrote about “The Art of the Deal,” then applied the principles to international business relations, and proved that they work. “Angry [Democrats]” – who have merely been politicians all their adult lives and nothing more – simply can’t compete with that. (And neither can any of their so-called “Presidential candidates.”) The public has raised the bar concerning what they expect of political leaders, and old-school thinking such as what these people embody doesn’t cut it anymore. The American people took a big chance in 2016, and their daring has been rewarded.

    Democrats, if you still want to keep your jobs and to remain as a political force to be reckoned with, you’re going to have to re-invent yourself very quickly.

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    • P.S.: I don’t mean to say that future leaders will be “exactly like” DJT – they won’t be. But the job description has been rewritten. In another country, a comedian just got elected, and quickly began to prove that he’s no joke(r). The UK really is going to say “sayonara” to the EU. And what’s common to all this is that the established political orders refuse to believe that it’s really happening. Their sycophant media hasn’t begun to change its tune.

      People like to suggest that “the great unwashed Public” is both ignorant and indifferent. I submit that present-day events all around the world (including “yellow vest” protests that haven’t stopped for months now) clearly demonstrate that the Public is passionately interested in how their respective countries are being run – and, they are very well informed. In America, not only did they elect a man who “they” never thought could win, but they are now rising up with the Wheels of Justice to grind away the corruption that has fought so hard to remove him. These are not the acts of an ignorant public that only wants bread and circuses. “The Old Guard” is well on its way towards unemployment.

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      • twopercentneanderthal says:

        Mike, I, and probably many others hope you are correct about President Trump as a harbinger of a new type of leader and the shift / awakening in countries such as the UK. It may be overly optimistic to suggest that the “Old Guard” is “well on its way towards unemployment.” Perhaps the situation currently facing the Old Guard is analogous to the retreat of the British soldiers back to Boston on April 19, 1775. People in the small villages west of Boston alarmed and inspired by the attack came together and started fighting back against the previously unquestioned authority of the British Crown and its vast army and navy. The British regulars were subject to harassing, and likely minimally coordinated, attacks from the colonial irregulars / militia.
        The surrender at Yorktown would not happen until six and a half years of tough times and fighting. The treaty agreement took and two years. Britain did not actually acquiesce until the War of 1812 ended almost 40 years later. The Old Guard is now under attack, but they are still functioning and will be writing books in 2021 insisting that Trump was an anomaly. We have a tremendous struggle ahead of us.


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