June 18th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #880

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  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🎈 ** 🇺🇸 ** Trump MAGA Rally Day ** 🇺🇸 ** 🎈 Whoo Hoo–Yahooo Giddy-up

    For President Trump, Team and those attending the Rally, inside and outside:
    🌟 ”No evil shall befall you, Nor shall any plague come near your dwelling;
    For He shall give His angels charge over you, To keep you in all your ways.“🌟
    — Psalm 91:10-11

    🦅 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…..
    ————-
    ***Praise: President Trump will start removing illegal aliens next week. Praise God, this was the moment we all have been waiting and praying for.
    ————–
    🙏 Pray:
    — for safe flight for President Trump and Team to Orlando FL
    — for extra protection for President Trump, MAGA Team, and all MAGA attendees at Rally today–surround them all with guardian angels
    — for befuddling of all Dems Presidential Candidates
    — Deep State’s strategies all collapse and evaporate…poof…pouf….
    — that meeting between XI and Kim Jong Un will be a positive outcome
    — for all our military’s safety overseas esp. in Middle East and South China Sea
    — Maduro to leave Venezuela peacefully.
    — Iran 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
    — Mexico and Guatemala keep their word to help us reverse the invasion of America
    — 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
    — 🇺🇸 Ladies and Gentlemen, Restart the Trump MAGA Movement! 🇺🇸
    ————————————————–
    🦅 “This American carnage stops right here and stops right now. We are one nation – and their pain is our pain. Their dreams are our dreams; and their success will be our success. We share one heart, one home, and one glorious destiny.” —–(2017 Inaugural Address )
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸
    ——————————————————————————————————————–
    🇺🇸 -Honoring Flag Week thru July 4th—trivia:
    Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the American flag on June 14, 1777.
    ———————————————————————————————————————
    🦅“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 Tuesday June 18, 2019—–

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  2. citizen817 says:

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    • p'odwats says:

      This rally will be epic and it’s only the first official one of his re-election campaign.

      Liked by 12 people

    • Nobodysfool says:

      Thousands of watch parties across this great nation of 50 United States of America are going to rock and party tonite. GOP Headquarters are hosting parties, conservative organizations are hosting and probably most importantly, millions of Forgotten-No-More men and women will watch at home and thousands of them are hosting small group watch parties for neighbors and friends. Thousands are signed up for volunteer training classes just this week at GOP Headquarters across the country.

      Tonite we celebrate our great President. Tonite we pledge to exceed any effort we’ve ever made in supporting and volunteering for any candidate. Tonite we go ALL IN for the Re-election of President Donald John Trump. We pledge our prayers, we pledge our time and effort, we pledge our money and we pledge to never, ever back down. We pledge to attend rallies in spite of protests and despicable, lyin’ media, we pledge to write in support of our President, share articles and call into talk radio shows.

      We pledge sound defeat to the Resist effort. We pledge allegiance to our Magnificent and Almighty God. We pledge allegiance and loyalty to our wonderful American Flag and to our Beloved, Courageous and Mighty President Trump.

      Fire up, America! Let’s get this done! Donate today and donate often, directly to our President at http://www.donaldjtrump.com. Get everyone you know to donate $5, $10 or whatever they can before midnight so we can break all records of one-day donations. Do a mass email request that will take less than 4 minutes. Today we act. Tomorrow we win.

      God bless us, one and all. Amen, may it ever be so.

      Tonite we kick it off. Tonite we pledge to win, win, win.

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    • Boknows says:

      He’s been amazing last month, setting the perfect tone in major events (UK visit and his speech at Normandy).

      Sally’s are where we see his passion for us and string of fire that burns in him for all media.and swamp dwellers who oppose us and what good he is doing for our country.

      Let”s have some fun tonite!! Here’s hoping he shines a bright light on all that is good, and turns on a laser pointer to the criminals who hopefully will soon be prosecuted!!

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    • Bubby says:

      Citizen I believe these rallies are so big because WTP know President Trump is going to go down as one of our greatest Presidents ever and attendees want to see him and be able to tell their grandchildren and others they saw President Trump in person!

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  3. citizen817 says:

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  4. Stillwater says:

    Overview of today’s WeBuildTheWall/Fisher Industries posts

    – Tweets with video (SaraACarte & Brian Kolfage): Migrants Paying Sinaloa Coyote Cash Before Crossing The Border
    – Tweet where Jayne Harkins (IBWC Commissioner) states their PR representative’s tweets from her personal account were not authorized.
    – Tweet with 3 pictures of Wall Project 1 from a distance.
    – Excellent video of a Border Town Hall discussion (includes extensive Q&A segments) from back in February. At the time,WBTW was still in the process of forming their advisory board.

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    Related
    Previous (June 17th Pres. thread) wall posts: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/06/17/june-17th-2019-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-879/comment-page-1/#comment-7113679

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweet with article:

      Exclusive Video: Migrants Paying Sinaloa Coyote Cash Before Crossing The Border – 6/17/19 – (1:58)
      (Footage from 6/10/19. Includes short transcript of exchange between coyotes and illegals.)
      “SaraACarter.com has obtained exclusive footage showing migrants illegally crossing into the U.S. after paying a Sinaloa cartel member who appeared to be guiding the group…

      At this specific border crossing in Sunland Park, NM, and in several other border towns, there’s several points where the border wall just stops at a mountain. This is where these migrants and about 1,000 others crossed that day. A large influx like this is a regular strategy of the Mexican cartels who utilize small loopholes to create big problems that overwhelm law enforcement officials stationed at the border.”
      Continued: (SaraACarter.com)

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweet with video – (1:59)
      (Same video as above. Footage from 6/10/19.)
      BOMBSHELL: Coyote (to the illegals): “OK I need everyone to give me everything that I asked you for before… All your money, (indiscriminate) cell phones any other kind of valuable objects you have on you”
      – Brian Kolfage (June 17, 2019)

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    • Stillwater says:

      Note: Brian Kolfage tweeted yesterday that they already sent a cease and desist (I assume it was to the PR rep). (June 16, 2019)

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      • dallasdan says:

        So, Jayne, what are the consequences for her ridiculously insubordinate and unauthorized act?

        Liked by 8 people

        • Stillwater says:

          I’m wondering how easy or difficult it is to fire someone in the federal government.

          Liked by 5 people

          • dallasdan says:

            I have no confidence in any government entity, at any level, doing the right thing when it comes to administering meaningful negative consequences for personal incompetence or, in this case, malicious malfeasance. However, there are a multitude of punitive actions short of dismissal.

            I’m guessing she was merely told, “Don’t do that again.”

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          • InAz says:

            Very very very difficult.
            My husband worked for the feds and the frustrations he had because inept people were hired and no one was ever fired regardless of things they did.
            In the corporate world people would be fired for the garbage federal employees get away with. And the higher up people are the worse it is.

            True example:. A lady was hired at the BLM where my husband worked. We found out that she previously worked at the local federal prison.
            She was getting it on with the inmates, so she was given the option of being fired or quitting. So she quit, nothing in her record about what she did at the prison, and was hired at the BLM. Her best friend worked at the BLM State office and got her the job.

            The corruption permeates all levels of government…..federal including the field and state offices, state government, county, city. The feds are probably the worst.

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          • Lulu says:

            It is next to impossible. They can seriously refuse to work and keep their jobs. The federal workforce is a joke.

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            • Dixie says:

              They can steal taxpayers’ funds and never be charged, lose their job, nor be forced to pay back what they stole. Disgusting.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Kuczmanski seems like an unhinged nutcase.

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweets with 3 pictures of wall project from a distance, across the Rio Grande. (Scroll down to see other pics.)

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    • Stillwater says:

      Excellent video of a Border Town Hall discussion (includes extensive Q&A segments) from back in February. At the time,WBTW was still in the process of forming their advisory board.

      Border Town Hall – We Build The Wall – 2/8/19 – (~2 hrs.)

      “Join We Build The Wall team LIVE with from Tucson Arizona for a Border Town Hall with Brian Kolfage, Tom Tancredo, Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza, Angel Dad Steve Ronnebeck and hosted by Jennifer Lawrence. Sponsored by Wounded Warrior alumni Sergio Arellano and Quail Creek Republican Club.”
      – Also, includes Kris Kobach, Brandon Darby and Steve Bannon.
      – Brandon Darby provides a wealth of knowledge about how the cartels operate along the border. (Their territories, revenues streams, etc.)
      – Steve Bannon asks many of the questions towards the last half of the discussion.
      Moderator (M:) – Neil W. McCabe (One America News); Public questions (P:)

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      • Stillwater says:

        Partial transcript: Covers most of the questions and their timestamps.

        1:00/1:36 – Town hall begins.
        2:30 – M: And so you put a team together and part of that process has also been doing sort of site inspections. You were in Texas. So talk about what you learned in Texas and what you want to learn here.

        3:31 – M: You shared with me a story once about some of the problems that are going on here on the Arizona border. Can you maybe sort of share like a real life situation that you’re aware of here in Arizona?

        4:17 – M: We’re going to go into more details about actually building the wall. But just to let people know, what do you estimate it would cost the government to build a wall and what do you think you can do it for?

        5:19 – M: We’re going to take some questions from the audience but before we do that, why don’t you just tell people how this all started. It was one night around what 11:30?
        6:40 – M: Was there a moment though or how many times did you just sit in front of the computer and just watch the numbers tick?
        8:00 – M: Brian, I think the beautiful and brilliant Jennifer Lawrence is going to pick out some audience members. Jen can you maybe find somebody who has a question for Brian?

        8:23 – P: How do you plan to build that wall? What’s the process you’re going to use?
        9:35 – M: Has it surprised you what an expert you’ve become on wall construction?

        11:32 – M: Brian you have name checked him twice and I think he’s all vaped up and ready to go, the editor of Breitbart Texas, Brandon Darby.
        12:00 – P: What type of feedback have any of you gotten from the Trump administration and how many miles of wall do you think you’ll be able to build?

        13:00 – M: Brandon with us. I don’t think there’s anyone who knows the border like you do. There’s a difference between watching a football game from the stands and then at the line of scrimmage football is a completely different game. That’s you’re living.

        15:48 – M: So obviously you can’t put a wall and we’ve heard that you know walls would be impossible and everything else, but for people who are wondering, is a wall possible and useful at certain sectors of the border?

        17:14 – M: I was at a briefing that you gave Brian and the team in McGowan Texas and if you sort of… we’re going to take some questions from the audience but if you can just sort of lay out just so that they have a deeper appreciation, why is it that some sectors have a lot of human traffic, some sectors have a lot of coke, others have pot… How is it? It’s not just geography.

        17:58 – Darby gives a good explanation on how “which cartel controls” what is more complicated than the DEA’s explanation they give on their map.

        20:05 – M: What do they make a head? (How much do cartels make per person with human trafficking?)
        21:19 – M: And there are sectors where there are just runners where it’s not asylum, it’s actually other sectors just for…

        24:14 – P: Is there a specific place in Arizona that you have in mind to build the wall?
        25:34 – P: Where do these people get the 10 and 15 thousand dollars to come across?
        26:57 – P: Are you getting any push back from the politicians regarding permits?

        27:50 – M: You mentioned Middle Eastern and other ethnicity (nationalities)… What are some of the other … just so people have an idea of the breadth of this problem. It’s just not people from Guatemala, Honduras, in Central America. You say Middle East but they also find people from Russia.
        30:16 – M: And then when they come what happens? So if someone says I have asylum they… They ask for asylum and then they get on the bus and go wherever they want?

        32:00 – M: At the State of the Union the president was mentioning the number of women who suffer assaults. How real is that problem just so people know? Is this just bumper sticker hype? How would you gauge that problem?
        33:30 – M: One America News… we were down in McGowan with the WeBuildTheWall team and Brian and we saw migrants coming out of the woods. Can you sort of describe what that feeling was like?

        35:30 – P: I got an engineer question. I understand you’re wanting to build your wall on private land and hopefully we’ll get some funding to build some portion of the wall on government land. How are you going to connect these two walls?
        36:57 – P: The border patrol has said that there’s basically 10 strategic locations where partition wall would be effective in addition to the technology and increased Border Patrol agents so have you worked with Border Patrol to know which of these 10 areas they would want a wall and would you be placing a wall in one of those 10 areas?

        38:51 – P: Is there any thought process or thinking about how do you get through to people who are just denying that this even exists?

        40:48 – M: You have the former Secretary of State of Kansas, Kris Kobach; My old boss Steven (Bannon).
        41:07 – M: So Steve, how did you get involved in this?
        42:05 – Bannon: Well look it’s a lot more people have contacted us. We’re having the advisory boards going to expand out. But when we have people like Tom Tancredo, you have the angel moms and dads, you have Kris Kobach, you have Sheriff Clarke, you have Erik Prince, we have one of the top industrialists in Pennsylvania John Moran. We have General Robert Spaulding, one of the single brightest guys I think at the White House. You have the quality of people that come around Brian and Brian is leadership to do this is pretty impressive. And I think it’s because of the nature of what this stands for.

        42:32 – M: A lot of people have made the point that the situation we have now has made every city and town a border city and town and now Kris you’re from Kansas so how did you get involved and sort of talk your perspective of why this is so important to you.

        43:57 – M: What’s your quick read on the politics? …
        47:54 – M: I’m curious, what have you learned from these two guys?

        49:30 – M: In my regular day job I cover politics in DC and spend a lot of time on Capitol Hill. And you know Brian, as soon as you reached that like 8, 10 million dollar mark you could actually feel among house Republicans even senate Republicans… they started to get a little backbone. And you also met with guys from the house Freedom Caucus. How did that go? Tell me about that.

        49:53 – Kolfage: Well, the night after the house voted to fund the bill, to fund the wall and to fund the government, I received a call from representative Jim Jordan of the Freedom Caucus of Ohio. And he told me that everyone who donated to that gofundme, and that gofundme itself impacted the house, their vote that night. And that’s why they funded the wall, that bill that night. And Pelosi was out talking a couple days below bragging that they didn’t have the votes to do it. But that gofundme ultimately impacted the vote and it shows what you guys, the people, the power you have coming together on something.

        50:52 – P: Can anyone on the panel explain the Democrats position on border security?
        52:21 – P: How is Steve Bannon and what advice does he have for Trump supporters?
        53:43 – P: What else can ordinary Americans do to help with this project?
        56:34 – P: When I toured down at the ranchers land they showed me areas where the barrier openings. I can’t remember the terminology but they stated that those places where you could literally drive a truck through it would be opened and left opened and unattended for up to 6 months. And a lot of this tied into EPA, the animals and the flooding. So is there anything that you can tell us about that and how that’s being handled. So you have the wall but is it going to be effective or are they going to leave it open.

        58:30 – M: Everybody, we’re going to break off from One American News…

        1:01:04 – P: Comments by man who donated $10,000 and had a radio station call him from Copenhagen, Denmark wanting to do an interview to see why he donated to the wall.

        1:03:12 – M: We’ve had some people join the stage. We have some Angel parents. Mary Ann Mendoza, Steve Ronnebeck and former congressman Tom Tancredo. Let’s start with Maryann. Why don’t you talk about why you got involved with Brian and what this whole work means to you.

        1:07:18 – M: So Steve (Ronnebeck), this is really your neck of the woods… How did you find out about Brian and what are you trying to do with him?
        1:08:07 – M: And after you lost Grant you started your own institute. Why don’t you just tell people what that’s all about.
        1:08:40 – M: Congressman (Tancredo), I think you’re miked up. Thank you for being here today sir.
        1:13:22 – M: Just as someone who’s covered Capitol Hill, a lot of people assume that Republicans are conservatives, it doesn’t seem to play out that way on Capitol Hill and it seems like the Republican leadership is actually there to block conservatives. Is there a specific incident or… go ahead and name names…

        1:17:32 – Bannon: Let me take this in a different direction. This is for Brian and for Kris Kobach. Walk me through why this is just not a glorified stunt. Why this is just not some pipe dream. What is it about this that makes this real versus a stunt.

        1:21:16 – P: The president has an opportunity to declare a crisis. What in the world is stopping him politically or other reasons from being able to do that and get this thing started and helping you folks.

        1:24:26 – Bannon: The acting Attorney General today gave testimony that said that what you just said about drugs was overblown. Do you want to make sure people understand exactly what he was trying to say?

        1:26:15 – Bannon: If the president declares either an executive action or a national security emergency and he calls out the army to come to the border and he brings out the Army Corps of Engineers and starts turning dirt; and the 9th Circuit tries to stop him… What are his options then? Does he have to stop building or what does he have to do?
        1:27:40 – Bannon: If you were advising the president today, looking at the options as he goes to El Paso next week, between trying to press on with whatever the appropriations process is going to do or take an executive action or declare a national security emergency; in that range of alternatives, what would you recommend?

        1:29:05 – P: Brian, I have a question for you guys. Are there any legal impediments to you guys starting this project. Let’s say you got a hundred million dollars and you wanted to start building part of the wall. What legal impediments could stand in your way?
        1:31:34 – P: Question about the possibility or risk of an individual bringing across the border a pandemic viruse.
        1:34:01 – Bannon: How do you defend calling Mexico a failed narco-state? Be specific.
        1:25:13 – Bannon: Has the new Mexican government… how are they treating… because they tried to go to war with the cartels and failed… How are they treading the cartels today? What’s the difference and how is it going to affect the people in southern Arizona?

        1:37:18 – P: I have a question in regards to the area along the border that is not federally owned or privately owned, but is owned by either reservations or American Indians. I want to know about how the negotiations are going in regards to building a wall along those areas.
        1:40:01 – Bannon: Congressman…
        1:41:43 – Bannon: How deep into the United States do you think this situation we have with the cartels in particular with public corruption, the corruption of law enforcement officials, the judiciary where they’ve just got so much money and also the fear of retaliation against their families… We know the drug problem, the opioid problem is a bigger problem in Ohio and in Pennsylvania and in Michigan in places like that… How deep do you think the reach of the cartels goes into the United States?
        1:43:55 – P: How much of Arizona is walled already and how much more is needed?

        1:48:03 – Bannon: You talked about Yuma and Yuma being particularly effective, what they’ve done in Yuma. Can you Kris and Brian, can you talk a second about the Israeli company that’s going to be and adviser to us? And what they did in Israel and they particularly focused on the Yuma example?

        1:48:18 – Kolfage: When we think about border security, what country has done it the greatest so far? Israel. Israel, when they built their wall they stopped 99.9% of illegal crossings into their country…
        They have like a 15 foot fence, it’s layered with different layers of security, it’s got technology into it… It would just seem like common sense. Why aren’t we contacting these people. The company that built this fence and built this wall.
        So we contacted them. We reached out to them. They flew down to the McAllen, Texas. They sent someone down from their company, from Israel, They came and met with our team, explained what they do and explained the process of why their technologies works… and backed up all the claims of what their fence is about and what their wall is about.
        And we thought, why would we not have these people involved in our project in the United States? Why hasn’t the United States reached out to these people?
        Well, the United States government can’t bring a foreign affairs into their process. So being a private company building the wall, we can have the best company in the world with border security working on our team. So we brought them in. They are now on our team as advisors and will be advising us.

        1:50:05 – Kobach gives a short history of the building of the Israeli wall, the system they developed, and how we would probably be using a model that has a lot of their elements in it.

        1:51:30 – P: A general question about why can’t we come up with solutions to protect the underbelly of America just as we did in protecting the underbelly of Humvees in Iraq.

        1:54:22 – M: So we spent a lot of time on a lot of these issues but maybe we could just sort of wrap up wit maybe what you want people to take away as they go forth into evangelizing. Congressman, Maybe just one or two takeaways and then we’ll just sort of go through the line.

        1:58:02 – M: Brandon, you’ve said a lot tonight. Is there anything positive going on. [Can] you maybe give us some hopeful things.

        2:00:28 – M: Well Brian, I think it’s your turn and first I’d just like to thank everyone for coming here tonight and I thought it’s a very positive discussion. There were some great questions and I think we learned a lot and I think we’re gonna meet some people tonight that are going to be friends for a long time. But go ahead please Brian.

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        • Marygrace Powers says:

          GREAT NEWS!

          Trump: ICE To Start Removing ‘Millions’ Of ‘Illegal Aliens’/

          By Joe Tacopino June 17, 2019 | 10:53pm | Updated

          “President Trump said on Monday that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency will start to remove from the United States millions of immigrants who have entered the country illegally.

          “Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States,” the president tweeted on Monday night.

          “They will be removed as fast as they come in.”

          Trump said that Mexico uses “strong immigration laws” to stop Central American migrants from entering the US. He also claimed “Guatemala is getting ready to sign a Safe-Third Agreement.”

          It was not clear on Monday night whether Trump was referring to the existing deportation process or whether ICE would implement a new “removal” policy.

          The “Safe-Third Agreement” would require Guatemala to accept refugees from neighboring Honduras and El Salvador. US rights group Human Rights First called the idea “simply ludicrous.”

          https://nypost.com/2019/06/17/trump-ice-to-start-removing-millions-of-illegal-aliens/

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          • dallasdan says:

            From the quote:
            ““Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States,” the president tweeted on Monday night.

            “They will be removed as fast as they come in.”

            The first sentence addresses illegals already in the country. The second indicates illegals will be removed as they come in. These statements are incongruent.

            “It was not clear on Monday night whether Trump was referring to the existing deportation process or whether ICE would implement a new “removal” policy.”

            So, which is it?

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            • Marygrace Powers says:

              “So, which is it?” – I interpret his tweet to mean BOTH/
              those here and those arriving at the border. I’m sure
              further clarification will be forthcoming.

              From @realDonaldTrump –

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              ….long before they get to our Southern Border. Guatemala is getting ready to sign a Safe-Third Agreement. The only ones who won’t do anything are the Democrats in Congress. They must vote to get rid of the loopholes, and fix asylum! If so, Border Crisis will end quickly!
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              Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in. Mexico, using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people…….
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              • dallasdan says:

                As originally written, it was confusing because the context of the first sentence is in the past tense, while that of the second sentence is the present.

                The tweet from the President is similarly unclear:
                “Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in. Mexico, using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people…….”

                “…illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States.” is the collective antecedent for “They” in the next sentence.

                I hope your interpretation is correct, but deceptive word-smithing in DC is an art form. I am confident many others will soon seek clarification. Moreover, I’m sure that the President’s use of the word “millions” will cause heads to explode.

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                • Marygrace Powers says:

                  Last sentence so true/
                  my thoughts EXACTLY…
                  all “Dem” voters being
                  rounded up…BEAUTIFUL..LOL.

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                • bertdilbert says:

                  In order to get clarification you have to tune into the Trump rally lol. Trump master troller!

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                • Blue Wildflower says:

                  If President Trump gives hard facts about how it will be done, a lawsuit will be immediately filed and an Obama judge hired. He knows exactly what he is doing.

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            • StanH says:

              You simply have to start.

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          • This sounds pretty good Marygrace Powers but I wish it was explained a bit more.

            To paraphrase Mark Steyn, America has more illegal uneducated and unemployable Guatemalans and Hondurans than we need right now.

            We also have more illegals possibly infected with Ebola from Africa than we need.

            We really do not need any more of them jumping our border.

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          • VSG/ESG PDJT ..is ICE going remove those 25 + millions foreign invaders to magic numbers 11 millions ???

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        • Really liked the discussion about involving the Israelis. Those people know security A to Z and then some!

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      • I didn’t have time to watch the whole thing tonight, but cuing through it at several points, these guys are really talking nittty, gritty here and fill in a lot of details. This will be an interesting watch. I saved it to watch all of it later. Thanks for posting it.

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        • Stillwater says:

          It sounds like from what Brandon Darby was saying that they have extensive sources, at the local level, on both sides of the border which they have developed over the years on how and where the cartels operate (including Border Patrol officers on the ground).

          He distinguishes between the Border Patrol officers on the ground and the political appointees in management.

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          • Am really looking forward to the rest of it.

            You have to know, these guys didn’t just go down there overnight without preparations. You need some input from local flavor. Sounds like some very good planners rather than the rabble rousing community organizer types like BHO.

            It makes me think of the parable where Christ was saying that he who builds a tower considers the cost of it. That’s what these guys have done. Once they got started with the actual physical aspects of the project, they already had everything laid out like a blueprint, including people assets.

            His distinction between BP and gubm’t appointees is right on.

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            • Stillwater says:

              Agreed. Adding to that verse about considering the cost…

              “Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.”
              ~ Proverbs 11:14

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              • And we surely saw the people fail during the BHO admin. But one does have to understand that that verse means good counselors. We have witnessed what happens when there is a multitude of bad counselors, self-seeking and narcissistic counselors who care not what happens to the people outside their elite orbs.

                I know some people don’t care for PDJT’s personality at times, (I love it!) but one thing’s for sure, he seeks the good and betterment of and for our nation and its citizens. PDT and his trade team are an excellent example of what can happen when you have good counselors and advisors. May there be more forthcoming!

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  5. citizen817 says:

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    • Rhoda R says:

      I’m surprised that didn’t happen years ago.

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    • dallasdan says:

      The haters completely dominated the comments. Disgusting.

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    • This situation is imho, now more serious than NoKo and China. POTUS and his team have labored long and with brilliance to address Asia issues.

      Iran is now so weak from sanctions, and puffed-up with pride from evil Islamist ideology, and encouraged by globalists such as vain and weak Kerry. Iran is now like a rabid dog and unpredictable as well.

      I’ll be praying for extra measure of wisdom for Pres. Trump, Pompeo and Bolton to neutralize Iran without engaging in any significant military action. Hopefully Saudi and other allies will handle military issues.

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    • “Actions speak louder than words.” And yet there are still those in Europe who cling to their “agreement” and who believe that this nation’s intentions are somehow peaceful.

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  6. Grandma Covfefe says:

    Our movement has restarted….MAGA

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Who would put anything on the line for O’bama?

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      • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

        Europeans are wiley, crafty little cretins. Obama most likely won’t be taking many, if any, with him when he goes down.

        It is SO TELLING what he is trying to do. His media aren’t covering it for public consumption, but I have no doubt they are cringing to the core watching this slow-moving plane crash as it unfolds.

        Wait til Trump starts tweeting…GOOD TIMES.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Who is paying for his trips?

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  16. Marygrace Powers says:

    Lou Dobbs Tonight 6/17/19 | Fox News Today June 17 2019

    Love Lou/ Guests –
    Tom Homan – RE: POTUS is a VSG
    Peter Schweizer – Secret Empires
    Morgan Wright -Cybersecurity Expert – re: massive power blackout
    Wm. La Jeunesse – Southern Border

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    • aisheschayal says:

      Good video, so happy Dobbs has awoke and joined the good fight. I had to smile when he was talking to Peter Schweizer about the Clinton email violations and and he said, “for crying out loud, who do they think we are, complete idiots?” Well ….. Lou…., it took you awhile as it has the rest of the Country but glad you are catching on now, 3 yrs later.

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  17. citizen817 says:

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    • vikingmom says:

      This is huge news and I hope MANY other companies follow suit!! I am SO tired of being forced to buy cheap “Made in China” crap! The quality is awful and the prices are not significantly lower – the profit margin just goes to the Globalists rather than to the workers!

      I have started commenting on various websites that as soon as they start making their products back here in the US, I will start buying them again!

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      • A2 says:

        What is even more salient, is that the extradition law proposed by Lam/ Xi, and was hidden from lawmakers in HK, is that it would allow the Chinese government to confiscate the assets held in HK of anyone they targeted.

        It makes it more understandable why the monied class, and ordinary citizens are withdrawing their dosh in Chinese banks and stashing it elsewhere. Lots of money being denied to the very needy Chinese government for funds.

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        • vikingmom says:

          Interesting! Sounds like a lot of people are getting their cash/businesses OUT of China. The smart ones see what President Trump is doing and they are making their moves now!

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  18. SR says:

    It’s time for Hannity talk about how Obama is running own parallel govt. How come his schedule follows with PTRUMP. Now he is meeting with previous Italian PM.

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  19. citizen817 says:

    Joe DiGenova shares his thoughts…(audio only 8:10)

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  20. AZ18 says:

    Very inspirational and informative video by a Louisiana Democratic State Senator who has swithch to the Republican Party. It’s the first “walk away” video I have seen from a politician. Appx 4 mins long

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  21. Troublemaker10 says:

    REPORT: Trump Has Been Two Times More Beneficial To Black Community Than Obama
    https://trendingpolitics.com/report-trump-has-been-two-times-more-beneficial-to-black-community-than-obama/?utm_source=collin&utm_medium=instagra

    Excerpt:

    According to a new poll, 33% of likely voters stated that the President has improved the lives of African Americans. In 2009 when Obama left office, only 13% of likely voters felt that he improved the lives of the black community.

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  22. Garrison Hall says:

    A few more thoughts on Trump’s closing of The Big Piggy Bank. One of the problems with socialism’s centrally planned economies is that they are notoriously rigid. Free market capitalism, in contrast, is far more suited for adaptation and innovation, something that the president knows quite well. The fascist economic/political model—which is what “communist” China is now—is a case in point. It is much more fragile than that of market capitalism’s free market model.

    The cause of this fragility can be found in fascism’s peculiar alignment with business oligarch’s. In order for the fascist arrangement to work it has to institutionalize monopolistic business practices and then it has to create a totalitarian police state to keep order and enforce it’s rules. Free market capitalism is much more flexible due to the relative absence of the kind of intensive government controls that are necessary to maintain the fascist state. One reason China is so insistent on keeping its high tariff relationship with the US is that it simply can’t easily respond to Trump’s demand for tariff parity. But, with the American piggy bank closed due to our own higher tariffs, Trump has put China between a rock and hard place.

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  23. citizen817 says:

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    • Marygrace Powers says:

      Randy Quaid/
      SO VERY, VERY TRUE.
      GOD BLESS PDJT!

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    • Bigbadmike says:

      Randy is one of the few good actors. His performance in The Last Detail with Jack Nicholson is outstanding. Of course that was when Hollywood made good movies.

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      • Serena says:

        Yes I love that movie and have always loved Randy’s acting. He is a little out there but he is absolutely right about our President! I know it’s just a silly laugh out loud movie but I love his Cousin Eddie character from Christmas Vacation! LOL I have seen a lot of Cousin Eddies at Halloween! A classic!

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  25. Perot Conservative says:

    GDP Now for Q2 creeping up, recent past underestimated our actual GDP.

    “Latest forecast: 2.1 percent — June 14, 2019

    “The GDPNow model estimate for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) in the second quarter of 2019 is 2.1 percent on June 14, up from 1.4 percent on June 7. After this morning’s retail sales release from the U.S. Census Bureau, and this morning’s industrial production report from the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, the nowcast of second-quarter real personal consumption expenditures growth increased from 3.2 percent to 3.9 percent.”

    “The next GDPNow update is Tuesday, June 18. Please see the “Release Dates” tab below for a list of upcoming releases.”

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  26. citizen817 says:

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    • Baby El says:

      Once again, this is NOT a Small Group. Add 30 more to the cast of thousands that should be in jail.

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    • nimrodman says:

      State Department identifies 23 violations, ‘multiple security incidents’ concerning Clinton emails
      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hillary-clinton-emails-state-department-violations-security-incidents

      The State Department revealed Monday that it has identified “multiple security incidents” involving current or former employees’ handling of Hillary Clinton’s emails, and that 23 “violations” and seven “infractions” have been issued as part of the department’s ongoing investigation.

      The information came in a letter to Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, who is responsible for overseeing the security review.

      “To this point, the Department has assessed culpability to 15 individuals, some of whom were culpable in multiple security incidents,” Mary Elizabeth Taylor, the State Department’s Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, wrote to Grassley. “DS has issued 23 violations and 7 infractions incidents. … This number will likely change as the review progresses.”

      The State Department, calling the matter “serious,” said it expected to conclude the investigation by Sept. 1. The department acknowledged that the probe was unusually time-consuming.

      “Given the volume of emails provided to the Department from former Secretary Clinton’s private email server, the Department’s process has been necessarily more complicated and complex requiring a significant dedication of time and resources,” Taylor wrote.

      Taylor also noted that disciplinary consequences were pending.

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      • Dances with Wolverines says:

        “Given the volume of emails provided to the Department from former Secretary Clinton’s private email server, the Department’s process has been necessarily more complicated and complex requiring a significant dedication of time and resources,” Taylor wrote.

        Looks like Mary Elizabeth Taylor does not have access to the same software that allowed James Comey’s cabal of “investigators” to review all those emails in two short days and return the conclusion “There’s nothing there that would change the previously determined outcome of this “matter”.

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      • Given the audit trail capabilities that every Government data system must have, it should be possible to determine exactly who retrieved the data which subsequently appeared, and when. The act of putting these data on any public server anywhere is a felony, itself.

        As I’ve said before, however, I do not believe that this server ever EXISTED. It has never been found, and the company which allegedly examined it … redacted(!) its report to the FBI … which apparently went un-read. All of this to give “Russians” something to “hack into.” Occam’s Razor says that nobody hacked into anything. (I’ve never, ever seen a “hack” that actually was one. It was ALWAYS an inside job.) The actual truth is that someone in the DNC copied these data and leaked them to the press. (Also a felony.)

        This sort of thing is what I want and expect the IG’s report to address: how did this happen? (I also hope that Adm. Rogers directly addressed it and I think that he did, being the responsible officer that he is. But I don’t expect to be privileged to know about that.)

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          Which server are you speaking about? The DNC server examined by Crowdstrike or Her Odiousness’ bathroom server?

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          • Basically, “any server, every server.” It is, to me, preposterous that this information would actually be placed on ANY “public server” at all. There is no reason to do so, except to create the story that the data was “hacked, by a foreign state” hence “counterintelligence” equals “spying.”

            What actually =happened= is that the classified information made it to the Press. Occam’s Razor then seeks the simplest and most-plausible way that this could happen, and guess what: you don’t need a server. You just need a thumb drive and a felon. (And there is empirical evidence based on timestamps and network transmission speeds which strongly suggests that this is precisely what happened.)

            We can surmise from recent news reports that classified investigations have already gone back to those also-classified audit trails and determined who obtained the information and when.

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            • CirclinTheDrain says:

              You seem to be spreading disinformation.Repeatedly.

              The DNC server wasn’t “found”, your word, because the FBI didn’t seem to be at all interested in pursuing it.Seth Rich surely knew it existed. Additionally, you reference government audit capabilities. The DNC is not a government entity, as you have been told before and should know anyhow.

              If you’ve never seen a hack, then you’ve never worked or had access to any server on the Internet.

              The question is, why do you keep questioning the existence of a server? What is your motive ?

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      • StanH says:

        If this had been any of us the only words you’d hear would be, “You have the right to remain silent…”

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  27. citizen817 says:

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    • emet says:

      They can’t cite the “high crimes and misdemeanors”. My reading of the requirement is that they need two or more of each. But they can’t come up with even one.,

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      • StanH says:

        These are feelings people, any type of reasoning or understanding chases them away to their safe space. In other words they’re as dumb as a stump.

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  28. nimrodman says:

    Geez, we didn’t learn from the last aloha snackbar fuslim in our military at Ft Hood?

    Heavily armed Nebraska Marine arrested trying to enter Offutt on May 31
    https://www.omaha.com/news/military/heavily-armed-nebraska-marine-arrested-trying-to-enter-offutt/article_83dadbbf-9bdf-51ce-a0b0-af8dd4eb5099.html

    An off-duty Marine from Nebraska was arrested at Offutt Air Force Base two weeks ago after he tried to enter the base with two semi-automatic rifles, a pistol, a silencer, a bump stock, a vest with body armor and a case of ammunition.

    Pfc. Ali Al-Kazahg … yada yada … he’s a fuslim … yada yada …

    Spelled out a little clearer here:

    Heavily armed Muslim Marine arrested trying to enter Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, said he’d “shoot up the battalion, starting at the barracks”
    https://gellerreport.com/2019/06/heavily-armed-muslim-marine-arrested.html/

    … and at Gateway Pundit:
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/06/heavily-armed-muslim-marine-arrested-trying-to-enter-offutt-air-force-base-in-nebraska-threatened-to-shoot-up-the-battalion/

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    • jx says:

      Let me guess… there was an FBI guy tailing him.

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      • nimrodman says:

        dunno, but he WAS on a watch list at the base for having made threats
        and guards at the gate stopped him because of his name on that watch list

        from the Geller article:

        The Omaha-World Herald reported that security guards stopped Alkazahg’s pickup truck at the Offutt security gate after seeing his name on a law enforcement watch list.

        A bulletin, issued a week prior by the Nebraska Information and Analysis Center, said Alkazahg mentioned to another Marine that he would “shoot up the battalion, starting at the barracks,” over misconduct issues he was facing, according to the Omaha-World Herald.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Tailing him…………after supplying him with ammunition. 🙄 /s

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  29. A2 says:

    The much awaited Qiushi (Seeking Truth, the official CCP organ that all cadres are required to read) is published. Articles from the issue have been published in all local propaganda newspapers of record. It is very long, but I may summarise it as “China has the moral high ground and is a victim of duplicitous bad America”. “Remember the Mission”.

    So the propaganda campaign is on hard sell and it was published specifically before the G20.

    Xi’s visit is to commemorate the 70th anniversary of CCP-China and DPRK relations with a big dose of Korean War thrown in. I suspect it is a ‘housekeeping’ visit.

    I have no clue as to what will happen except that both countries have been assailing the US non stop over the past year. It’s like trying to read tea leaves covered in Russian ice creams.

    To give just a snippet from the article by Qing Yuan (pseudonym) specifically on the trade war, “Recognize the essence, understand the general trend, fight to the end
    ——Several issues that need to be clarified in Sino-US economic and trade friction”

    “Why do some people in the United States disregard the facts and stubbornly believe that the United States has “eaten a loss” in Sino-US economic and trade relations?

    The key point lies in the “zero-sum game” thinking of hegemonism. After the Second World War, the United States replaced the old imperialist powers of Western Europe with its super strength and became the center of the capitalist world system. After the end of the Cold War, the United States became the only superpower in the world with unprecedented history.

    The hegemonic thinking has penetrated into the bone marrow of some Americans. They are defined by hegemonic thinking. If China benefits in any way, it will be regarded as causing the United States to “eat a loss.” China will be regarded as a “threat” to the United States if it approaches or even surpasses the United States in any field. In their minds, only when China is locked into subordinate status for a long time, is suppressed in the low end of the industrial chain, while the United States is always in a monopoly position, forever retaining the authority of the hegemony, and enjoying monopoly profits forever, is it considered “fair” and “safe”. Once it is believed that there may be an equal competition between China and the United States, even if this relationship is mutually beneficial and does not meet the objectives of its hegemonism, it must be contained and suppressed.

    With such a ridiculous “zero-sum game” thinking, how can it shape normal Sino-US economic and trade relations?”

    Lots more in that vein.

    There are ten major sections in Qing Yuan’s harangue, addressing fair trade fallacy, US unilateralism and so on.

    Meanwhile a very interesting podcast that highlights the economic and food insecurity in China,”’ it lacks the dollars it needs to import food” We ran into this issue in Dec and again in Feb importing lamb and beef. Eased a little since then, but could be us putting in requests for funds well ahead of time. Compared to 18 months ago, getting USD is a challenge”

    “f you aren’t a hardcore brainwashed goldbug or CCP apologist, you may find this new #China podcast I did today interesting. China’s #DollarShortage & #tradewar causing a food crisis that’s much worse than reported according to one of my good China sources “

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  30. SGH says:

    I’ve stepped on heavily pregnant spiders before. It’s gross how their babies spread. Tonight, I poured a beer on one until it purged its offspring; they drowned, she didn’t. It was at my doorstep. She tried desperately to get in, but I kept wasting my beer out of curiosity. Her babies drowned and she kept shrinking in size, but persisted, while her babies washed away. It was interesting, and I wish I had a metaphor, or something, but I don’t. Spiders are useful. Just not in my house.

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    • A2 says:

      Unlike mosquitoes. A species my one and only hate.
      ☹️

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Deep State corruption analogy with the FBI.

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    • Kintbury says:

      I have a spider story for you. I have commented on it before on The Treehouse. I live in Utah and one night I woke up and turned on my light, only to find a huge spider on the curtain behind my bed. I moved the curtain and could not find it so assumed I was imagining things. I got up to go to the bathroom which is about 20′ from the bed and the damn thing came flying under the door and stopped dead in its tracks right in front of me.
      It was looking right at me and by this time my feet were nearly on the ceiling. Fortunately for me I have a magazine rack in the small reading room and dropped a pile right on him.
      It was pretty aggressive in my opinion and I was terrified as it was larger than the palm of my hand. I have only ever seen one spider larger and that was in England. The difference is there they do not inflict nasty bites.

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  31. A2 says:

    Very interesting article in Acta Koreana journal, by two Russian researchers who have had access to a long deep-sixed interview in the Soviet archives about Kim Il-sung, grandfather to Kim Jong-un. Only bringing this up because of the so-called state visit of Chairman Xi to NK on 20-21 June, before the G20.

    The interview was done in the 1930s, shedding information that was lacking about the ‘founder of DPRK’ and revered icon that was glossed over and rewritten in the hagiographic histories of the period after the founding of the DPRK, not only in NK, but in the Communist International cabal.

    Evidently at the time, there were many questions about Kim 1, before he was eventually selected by the Soviets to be their puppet leader after the Korean War. What the secret file reveals is that much of the history of Kim 1 was a fabrication after the fact and obscured that he was a member of the Chinese Communist Party, was raised in China, spoke and wrote Chinese. later this was erased as Kim1 knew he had to appear as a Korean nationalist and unifier, the independent, Juche spirit unstitched from both China and Russian influence.

    It also reveals he had a very sketchy relationship with warlords in Manchuria that were controlled between Japanese and Chinese actors.

    So that Golden Statue in Pyongyang to the ‘Great Leader that even Deng Xiaoping criticised as cultism is all a manufactured farce to perpetuate the Kim dynasty.

    Hello Kim3? You a reader?

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    • The Boss says:

      I suspect #3 knows. I recently read a very lengthy book on the Korean War, in which Mao’s disdain for #1 was reported. IIRC, #1 was a considered lazy and insufficiently committed. After reading and considering your post A2, it seems #1 had the perfect qualifications to be a lackey.

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      • A2 says:

        Some very interesting archives from East Germany were released that focussed on NK and Kim’s 1and 2. Some USSR documents and Chinese assessments also. yeah they had their problems with them. I think I posted some of them here.

        They were always scrambling and conniving for payoffs.

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  32. citizen817 says:

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  33. Dora says:

    Stop the Newspeak! They are called Illegals!

    Obviously there is no more law and order in much of America. 😦

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Unsafe at any speed? It will now be unsafe for Americans to drive in New York because everyone knows that illegal aliens, ie undocumented democrats, who drive (with or without a license) never have auto insurance as mandated by law. Maybe Cuomo can get a new democrat law passed that would allow aliens to drive without insurance?

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    • Justin Green says:

      I wonder if those IDs will identify them as undocumented. That would kind of undercut their argument that you can’t ask them if they’re illegal on the census forms.

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    • Bec74 says:

      This is ridiculous. New York driver’s licenses are supposed to be considered “real identification” for purposes of domestic air travel. Allowing illegal aliens (undocumented) to get them defeats that purposes.

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      • Revenant says:

        I dont think you have to get a Real ID — you can still choose to get a DL that’s not a Real ID and doesn’t have the extra security features.

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        • PInky1920 says:

          At this point, why don’t we ALL just go to Mexico and break in illegally???

          Everything will be free, for at least a few years, at which time, we will all have to go invade another capitalist country, where we will be immune to any of the laws the legal citizenry are bound by…

          …oh, wait…WHERE will we go???

          NY is gone, Cuomo should be behind bars, instead he is safe, in his barred, gated community, with armed guards. WTH is wrong with this picture??? I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but, Cuomo and his ilk are in the process of igniting a civil war, we are on the edge..

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      • FPCHmom says:

        They sign them up to vote at the same time. That’s what motor voter is for – democrat registration of voters.

        It doesn’t matter if they vote because when the polls close, poll workers vote the no-shows to pad the dem numbers. That’s why dem areas always report their votes late too.

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    • littleanniefannie says:

      So what are the perks for Undocumented Car Possessors (aka car thieves), Undocumented Love Makers (aka rapists), Undocumented Cash Withdrawers (aka bank robbers), et al?

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Good, they can drive themselves back across the border. President
      Trump is sending them home.

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    • peace says:

      Perhaps this is a good thing as it will make it easy for ICE to gather them up and deport them.

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    • jx says:

      It’s all about increasing opportunities for vote fraud.

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    • aisheschayal says:

      If they are so in need of financial assistance that we give them food stamps and other free stuff, how are they in a position to possess a car? Will a license allow them to vote? I hope not! This is so not right! At least ICE will have an address on file although it will probably be fake.

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    • Debra says:

      Well, NY has to document them before they can be found out who is undocumented . . .

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  34. Dora says:

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  35. Alleycats says:

    Morning Treepers!

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  36. burnett044 says:

    Deport millions???
    sounds great…but doing it is another thing all together……
    again it is wait and see..
    I would love see some vids of deportations ….proof of it ..

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  37. Dora says:

    Trump: “I Think I Know” Who Was Behind 9/11 Attacks

    President Trump says he knows who was behind the September 11, 2001 attacks, telling ABC News’s George Stephanopoulos “Iraq did not knock down the World Trade Center,” adding “It were other people. And I think I know who the other people were. And you might also.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-17/trump-i-think-i-know-who-was-behind-911-attacks

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  38. davecatbone says:

    Hoping to see justice served against the State Dept. 15.

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  39. trapper says:

    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    This is political scripture in America. It sets out the moral and philosophical foundation upon which our system of self-government and our very culture have been built. It also generates the only political question at issue in the abortion debate: at what point in time does one acquire these rights? When do these rights attach? Of course there is a religious question involved as well, but the Supreme Court does not rule on religious questions. It rules only on the downstream political questions.

    Over time the Supreme Court, operating within the historical framework established by English common law, has developed inviolable principles that guide and constrain it in both its deliberative processes and in the very nature of the decisions it allows itself to render. It is within this context that I find this article most disturbing:

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-court-thomas/justice-thomas-urges-u-s-supreme-court-to-feel-free-to-reverse-precedents-idUSKCN1TI2KJ

    Lord, deliver us from ideological conservatives who would burn it all down just to get at Roe.

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    • lolli says:

      👍 trapper

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    • What makes me angry is that these Supreme Court “decisions” function as Law. Congress should have immediately passed laws which address a woman’s right to abortion and what-not. It isn’t the role of the Supreme Court to “utter” law. And, the “functional law” should not change if a later Court changes its mind, because the Congress – whose role IS “to create law” – should have immediately done so, or should do so now.

      Likewise, after the “Miranda Decision,” Congress should have passed law which explicitly confirms what was decided by the Court at that time. People should not be entitled to “all the things we heard Joe Friday say in Dragnet” because of a decision made by a Court fifty years ago. That “decision” should not function today as “law, created by proclamation.” Corresponding law should have been immediately ENACTED.

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    • jx says:

      So precedent can never be reversed?

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      • trapper says:

        It should be such a rare and extreme result that the answer to your question would be only a very slightly qualified “no.” See the Wiki article below:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_overruled_United_States_Supreme_Court_decisions

        It has happened, and with alarming frequency. But if you scroll through the cases you will see the pattern: overruling its own cases it is a recent malady occurring almost exclusively in the second half of the 20th Century and forward. It is no accident that the decline in respect for the rule of law coincides with this expression of judicial hubris. It is a practice which should not be encouraged to continue, and Justice Thomas should know better. Shame on him. A return to the Lochner approach would be welcome, simply orphaning and leaving behind bad decisions without explicitly overruling them.

        You want a living, breathing, evolving constitution ala Obama, with no regard to original intent or founding principles? Then encourage overruling Supreme Court decisions based upon the court’s ideological makeup of the day.

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    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      I think you forget how these ectra-constitutional precedence are used to attack our freedom daily. GOD protect Justice Thomas.

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    • Debra says:

      When people blather on about ‘women’s reproductive health’ and ‘right of reproduction choice’, I cringe.

      Roe v. Wade opined that a woman had the right to privacy! She did not have to tell a soul, take two pills, and go on with her own life.

      When I hear ‘women’s reproductive health’ I liken it to treating the mental distress later on in life for these women who got abortions because it was the new thing to do, only to, in their golden years, be so sickened by what they have done.

      And, the ‘right of reproductive choice’ sounds as if it is an anti-male credo, in that the ACT of reproduction is disdained in favor of just going into a deli and ordering the ‘flavor’ that one wants as a reproductive material instigator.

      How intelligent women can ‘sign on’ to these vacuous ideals is the puzzle of their lifetimes . . .

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  40. littleanniefannie says:

    Oberlin College (liberal liberal arts school) was recently ordered to pay Gibson’s Bakery more than $33 million for their attack on the Bakery and owners calling them (falsely) racist. A student editor of the college newspaper describes a culture of shoplifting at Oberlin. A recent revelation is that Oberlin went to the victimized businesses (and there were many in the small Oberlin community) and asked them to report thefts to the COLLEGE not to the POLICE. Sound familiar? Can we say Parkland? Can we say Promise Program? Can we say Runcie, Duncan, Obama and Israel?
    I’m sorry but at what point do these idiots recognize that they are not helping children they are promoting criminality? Shoplifting, assaulting classmates, petty theft, skipping school—these lead to murder, ADW, grand theft. The attitude—why not? There’s no penalty and someone, somewhere owes me!

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  41. Dora says:

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    • Rynn69 says:

      “Democrats Struggle to Attack Biden Without Damaging Obama Legacy.”

      Obama’s legacy is already destroyed. He will go down as the President who spied on Americans and political opponents and weaponized executive branch agencies.

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  42. youme says:

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  43. Rileytrips says:

    The DOJ has finally indicted someone for the Benghazi attack in 2012! Haven’t you all been wondering why no one has ever been charged with killing our ambassador and our guys trying to defend him and others in the attacks that night?? Go DOJ Barr!!

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/libyan-national-found-guilty-terrorism-charges-2012-attack-us-facilities-benghazi

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    • Mark McQueen says:

      He was actually indicted in 2015 (sealed), captured and charged in 2017 and convicted last week. 2 counts of “aiding and abetting”. Jury hung on murder charges.

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  44. Rynn69 says:

    Dear Swamp of DC and Democrats,

    Your failure to secure our Nation’s southern border will not hurt President Trump at all, but will boomerang back on you by devastating your party and your personal political careers. Americans are watching you and are well aware of the fact this could be stopped in the amount of time it takes to vote in the House and Senate. Congress passed asylum laws were deviously set-up to legitimize invasion of our country and those laws can be changed in a heartbeat. Very stupid move, Congress, very stupid move.

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