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

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

  1. steviedawn says:

    Any news on the NSA data breach? Will we ever hear who was exposed? When exactly did Judge Collyer order that the court be provided the names of those targeted by the spying? I’m tired of waiting.

    Every time Lunch Bucket Joe blathers on about the “most scandal-free administration in history” I want to puke.

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    • Justin Green says:

      None that I’ve seen.
      It’s certainly on the list of things we’d like to see declassified and publicized.

      However, the Barr team seems much less prone to leaks than his predecessors, so we may not hear anything until a grand jury gets called for something.

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    • Adm. Mike Rogers, as director of the NSA, conducted the audit of the classified systems under his command and furnished un-redacted information to Collyer, who was privileged to know. He also provided other information – we don’t know exactly what – to Candidate Trump. In both cases Adm. Rogers was fulfilling his duty to the people most directly affected by what he had found.

      Judge Collyer’s order describes the situation but does not name (un-redacted) names. We can surmise from other recent headlines that these same audit trails are identifying other people by name: undoubtedly, audits are happening all over the place, but they also are classified.

      But – don’t look for all of this juicy information to be REVEALED to the public. I think that there are pretty sound arguments to be made that this is not what ought to be done. Mr. Barr has the authority to “declassify” material, e.g. so that it can be legally shown to a grand jury, but “declassify” does not mean “reveal.” And the materials, even if declassified, might still be redacted to protect confidential information. The fact that we are anxious to know – does not mean that we’ll get to.

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      • Justin Green says:

        Precisely. Unlike Comey or Mueller or the Democrats, Barr doesn’t want to release grand jury information, do anything that could jeopardize a future case, commit an illegal leak, or leak just for the sake of leaking which would create an impression of leaking simply for political points.

        Not very satisfying for us, unfortunately, until these investigations produce some fruit. But probably the right way to do it.

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      • steviedawn says:

        I was just wondering if those people, who were being spied upon, can sue the federal government? And what if they were monitoring Seth Rich, or that Hastings felllow who was doing a story on Brennen?

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        • Justin Green says:

          At least one reporter that Obama spied on is suing. Going on year two or three of her suit and getting nowhere.

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    • CM-TX says:

      I saw reported that DNI released a Report on May 2, 2017…
      For 2016, they reported 30,355 *about-search/702* queries– & concerning a US person. The Judge ruled 30,055 of those were ILLEGAL.

      The #’s did NOT include searches conducted by FBI, or all the ones UNLAWFULLY made by Private Contractors.

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  2. sunnyflower5 says:

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  3. albertus magnus says:

    I have a question for the wiser among us.

    Why is it that Fitton and Judicial Watch always seem to be able to get the evidence to show Hillary’s Crimes but no one else in the administration and/or MAGA media seem to be able to? Except for JW, is ANYONE actually doing anything about all this except hyping tick-tocks?

    Doesnt make sense to me. Why doesnt PDJT just tell his staff to go get copies of whatever JW uncovers? Seems to me the whole hoax would be exposed very quickly.

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    • steviedawn says:

      I’ve wondered the same thing. I do know that a lot of what Judical Watch has been getting of late was requested eons ago. A slug moves faster than our federal government.

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    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      President Trump should appoint Tom Fitton directly as special counsel. As this scandal goes to very heart and soul of DOJ.

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      • Judicial Watch does great work, but many of the results you are seeing have been YEARS in the processing, requesting, filing suit, waiting, responding to filibustering, etc.

        Also, Tom Fitton is great at his job but he is NOT a lawyer.

        Lastly, don’t forget that, like Sundance here at The CTH and We Build the Wall, JW is NOT government supported in any way. After your $45 to #45 of course .

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        • rashomon says:

          Mr. Fitton is doing just dandy doing what he does best — exposing and harassing the evils within our government to gather public support for transparency.

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      • John B says:

        Tom Fitton is not a lawyer.j

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        ACLJ has done great work.

        I believe it was ACLJ that drove IRS to frankly admit that they targeted Tea Party groups specifically, and did so based on politics.

        ACLJ lawyer Sekulow is on Team Trump.

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    • alligatriot says:

      ” … for the wiser among us … ”

      (Ignoring your admonition.)

      Albertus, you know the answer. The government has (or can obtain) the same information, and more. Taking action on that information is what, IMHO, has the potential to burn the current system down. Having the courage to take THAT step is where we are in history.

      Here’s to our new Republic!

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    • Ray Runge says:

      I would create a cabinet level position to retrieve documents from all the recalcitrant executive bureaucracies. Assign a full time employee at the FBI, DoJ, CIA and the NSA and the their entire job would be to collect the needed documents for investigation or to honor requests of the USA citizens.

      Contemporary and persistent belief that the bureaucracies exist apart from elected officials must be thoroughly crushed before any one can feel confident that the the USA remains a by the people, for the people and of the people state.

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    • Justin Green says:

      We don’t know that Barr doesn’t have the same documents that Fitton has. Barr doesn’t seem to be leaky like the prior administration.

      Barr probably has all kinds of documents that Fitton hasn’t even thought to request yet. He just doesn’t publicize them.

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      • Remember: Barr now leads Justice, but he started in CIA. He knows how to keep his mouth shut. Mueller had prepared “press releases” in his Report but Barr didn’t release them in advance. You’re not going to hear him say ANYTHING about these investigations until indictments start to drop, and they’re not going to drop prematurely. That’s the professional that William Barr is.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      albertus, you wrongly assume anyone in Congress and the media actually want those docs.
      They don’t. Not having the docs creates plausible deniability. No one really wants those docs,. All they want is the political drama that goes along with asking for the docs. Should they ever actually receive the docs, Congress/media would actually have to do something about the lawbreaking.
      Not.Gonna.Happen.

      Pres Trump has a wee bit more to do than concern himself with document requests. Pres Trump, imo, is still under the delusion that gubmint employees work for him. They don’t, not in their minds anyway.
      Long live the Uniparty

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      • Justin Green says:

        Agreed there are only a handful in Congress who’d like these documents, or at least who outwardly give the impression of wanting these documents. Many in Congress, however, already know what’s in a LOT of these documents through their access and through closed sessions and hearings. That more aren’t speaking out is a travesty.

        The left wing media would ignore the documents, just like they’ve ignored every prior document except for the Mueller Report and the Steele Dossier. If it doesn’t read, “Orange Man Bad”, it’s not going to make it on CNN or MSNBC.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Just like we never see pictures of Page, Strzok, Baker, etc in daily life… we only get pictures from UK papers, and those are rare.

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    • Pale rider says:

      My first thought is, they would then have to do something. Like enforcement.
      It’s all on us to remove these leeches, votes don’t work.

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    • Tseg says:

      Must be like patent or domain name mining… every now and again a good one pops up of the gazillion being trolled.

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  4. Elle says:

    Interesting article in politico this morning. While it is much ado about nothing I found it interesting for several reasons.

    First, it lays out their next plan of action: “The House Foreign Affairs Committee is quietly amassing documents on allegations of politically motivated retaliation at the State Department. It’s looking into whether Trump has violated foreign emoluments and conflict of interest rules, and lawmakers are working to find out more about the president’s relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin and how Trump leads American foreign policy behind the scenes”

    Second it exposes that Texas Rep Mike McCaul is quietly cooperating against Trump on this committee:
    “McCaul also backed Engel’s legislation earlier this year to block the Trump administration’s decision to lift sanctions on a Putin-connected Russian oligarch, and he opposed the president’s plan to cut off aid to Central American countries earlier this year amid the growing migrant crisis at the southern border.”

    And third the article’s purpose seems to be throwing crumbs to the base…as if to say, “Oh sure we impeachment is falling apart and he’s winning in trade and other areas, but, never fear, we’ve still got him. Much like they play with conservatives regarding prosecuting the DOJ/FBI etc.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2019/06/17/house-foreign-affairs-panel-oversight-trump-1365840

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    • Remington says:

      ….in other news…From Phoenix…Chapter and verse from the democrap playbook. These people have a lot of hard bark on them…

      Phoenix PD releases video of shoplifting family who are now suing for $10 million…
      https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/phoenix-pd-releases-video-of-shoplifting-family-who-are-now-suing-for-10-million/

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    • Radical [Democrats] really don’t need a reason. They exist for only one reason: to somehow eject a President who has accomplished more in three years, against unwavering opposition, than all of his predecessors failed to do in thirty. “Emoluments,” “25th Amendment,” THEY DON’T CARE.

      But America isn’t listening anymore. Paid-for media outlets are continuing to say what they are being paid to say, but how much longer will they keep doing that while their ratings and thus advertising revenues continue to tank? Americans see a President who for the first time in Presidential history is aggressively getting things done. They see their jobs coming back to America.

      In the end, they simply fear one thing: “exposure.” They committed high crimes themselves. Falsely accused the President of “colluding with Russians” when they colluded with Russians. Falsely accused the President of taking emoluments when the Clinton Foundation openly accepted donations from foreign powers. The hypocrisy is positively breathtaking, as is the irony. As are the felonies.

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  5. avi says:

    i hope Trump issues an EO for the TSA to no longer accept NY Drivers licenses as valid ID’s

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    • youme says:

      New York has standards as outlined in the Real ID Act and if you are a New York resident you can apply for a drivers license that is Real ID compliant.

      As far as illegals are concerned they cannot get a drivers license in New York that is Real ID compliant. They will be issued a regular drivers license which in 2020 will not allow them to board a plane or enter a federal building.

      But you never know with TSA allowing migrant invaders to board airplanes with no valid ID.

      https://www.dhs.gov/real-id

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      • TMonroe says:

        I’m sure that voting and getting benefits is the priority and bargain struck. Oh and if you’re not driving illegally, it’s one less way to prompt deportation

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      • “Illegal Aliens” are actually solicited in America because they are “slaves.” They’ll do anything that you tell them to do without complaint, less the “Federales” show up in the middle of the night.

        An alphabet soup of “non-immigrant visa” programs create the other intentional violation of the 13th Amendment: the “indentured servant.” These people are literally indentured by the “sponsorship” requirement. They are entirely beholden to the companies that brought them here. Millions of high-tech workers have been permanently displaced by them.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Citizens have to jump through the hoops to protect us from who exactly?

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  6. Dutchman says:

    “Sing Halleluha to the Lord” is what the protesters are doing in Hong Kong, to communicate that they are ‘peaceful’ protesters to the Police.

    And it works….no rubber bullets or batons.

    Do I really NEED to elaborate?

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  7. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • I Hear You Now says:

      here’s the first half of that tweet:

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  8. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • The Boss says:

      An honorable way out.
      Interesting.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Wonder how much Shanahan’s speech in China with PLA leaders contributed to this?
      Shanahan’s speech was disappointing, to say the least.

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      • It’s almost entirely because of a nasty domestic violence incident that ended Shanahan’s marriage nine years ago. He and his wife were trading blows on the front lawn, neighbors and their 15 year-old son witnessing etc. There are police reports, and a particularly ugly six-year divorce battle it would be embarrassing to re-hash in public. He denies it all, but unlike the Kavanaugh rumors of misbehavior, there are lots of documents.

        Unfortunately some of this info did not come out two years ago when Shanahan was vetted for the acting position. Senators had now begun saying he couldn’t be trusted to help clean up the military’s internal problems of assaults on female service members. It would have been difficult to get him confirmed.

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  9. Ilcon says:

    An article on former Mo. Gov. Geitens.

    Salt of the earth.

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  10. rashomon says:

    Great 6/15 interview by Greg Hunter with Wayne Jett, who historically analyzes the problems in our financial markets; i.e. the future of the middle class. He is “optimistic” given the Trump administration’s effort to control that Great Pumpkin in The Sky — the Globalists’ Cabal — teeming with thousands of seeds to destroy those who seek to destroy totalitarianism.

    “Deliver value into the pocket of The People.” ~~ Jett’s summary of PDJT’s plan.

    Enjoy as PDJT’s efforts make more sense. Methodical, to be sure, and patience is required.

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  11. Ilcon says:

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  12. youme says:

    Senator I answer to the U> S Chamber of Commerce, not some punk twerp of a mayor of a border town ) John Cornyn

    The Democrat mayor of a Texas border town – which he said just 14 months ago wasn’t a ‘war zone’ – chewed out staffers for Republican Senator John Cornyn, who he accused of not taking steps to help control the surge of migrants that are overwhelming local resources.

    Bruno Lozano – Del Rio’s youngest and first openly gay mayor, implored the Congressman’s office to see what the city is dealing with firsthand, according to the Conservative Review.

    “I asked that you go see firsthand and walk through what the Border Patrol is walking through, walk through the system of release, walk through the coalition [of nonprofits and churches], walk through the judicial process, because the senators aren’t here,” said Lozano to Cornyn staffer Jonathan Huhn, while slamming absentee Senators. “We do not have the funds to fund this project that has manifested and been dumped here in the city of Del Rio Texas, Val Verde County, and the entire border. And we’re frustrated. We’re extremely frustrated. Our priorities on the city council are our streets, are our parks, are the economy, are the drive of the community and the places of worship and the places to have leisure activities. It is not the priority to solve immigration. … I will not stand for having to be dumped and find a solution, as mayor … for immigration. It is not our purview; it is not our jurisdiction. It is your job to ensure that you convey the frustration that I share with you all to ensure that our representatives at the federal level are hearing it. It’s falling on deaf ears, and we are tired of it. We are sick and tired of the deaf ears. … It’s happening in real time.”

    -Del Rio, Texas Mayor Bruno Lozano

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-17/texas-border-town-mayor-freaks-out-over-gop-inaction-flood-illegals-overwhelm-city

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    • Free Speech says:

      Glad to hear that, but this mayor guy is a shining example of why the Dems took the House. These people just keep voting Democrat. I met a gay guy who was managing the hotel me and the wife stayed at in WY. He acknowledged how good it was hotel taxes were much lower compared to neughboring states. Turns out he’s a CA transplant (the type that have already turned Montana blue, and are pushing WY, ID and UT that way). He openly said he’s a Democrat. Apparently still hasn’t made the connection that if you tax the middle class to pay for los pobres, we won’t be able to afford vacations staying in your hotel, and you’ll be out of a job.

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  13. burnett044 says:

    Sun light or exposure of crimes is one thing…..doing something about those crimes is quite another..
    if you go into a dark room ,turn on the lights and see roach crawling across the floor…until you stomp on it …well it just runs away and hides ..till the light is gone again..
    knowing and doing are not the same.

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  14. Ilcon says:

    Communists IspyChiFi and Murphy want criminals to kill law abiding citizens.

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    • Justin Green says:

      Why read your op-ed when you clearly don’t know a damned thing about guns and what people use them for?

      What a complete degenerate liar.

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    • What I miss is the emphasis that once existed: gun safety and knowledge. In its earliest days, the NRA was all about that. It promoted varsity marksmanship teams. (One of our Supreme Court justices was on one.) It had a big outreach program to teach people about firearms and their proper use. It helped to create the “Rifle & Shotgun” Boy Scout merit badge.

      Today, we have people who put “pocket cannons” in their bedside table. In one instance, a woman shot through the wall of her thin-framed house and the bullet penetrated the wall of the next house (about 15 feet away in this neighborhood), winding up on the dining room floor. No one was hurt, but the woman said that “she didn’t know it could do that.” Unfortunately, a pistol doesn’t care what you do or don’t know.

      And the NRA has become a political mouthpiece that, in my opinion, regularly puts forth viewpoints that I consider to be irresponsible and dangerous. A gun is a tool that is designed to destroy whatever it’s aimed at, and it has no “undo” button. I don’t hear the safety-and-responsibility message from NRA anymore. I don’t hear a balanced message anymore. Instead, I hear a dangerously unbalanced message. I gave up my membership decades ago for this reason. I appreciate the rank-and-file membership of this organization, but I strenuously disagree with the vocalists at the top.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        What happened to that old emphasis?

        Well, I have taken their safety classes.

        I have helped many Boy Scouts get their rifle or shotgun badge, or both, by having a bunch of us dads with NRA safety training to supervise.

        So, I guess NRA still has that old emphasis, plus has grown to be the obvious advocacy group.

        If you post where you live, I will help you find an NRA training site nearby. Or, a boy scout troop to let come shoot safely on your property, if you have a fitting piece of land.

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        • What you call “advocacy” is, from my point of view, much too politicized and out-of-balance. The safety programs, while yes they still exist, are no longer what you hear first.

          Yes, we have the 2nd Amendment. But to me, firearms and politics should not mix. While we promote the right to “keep and bear arms,” that should be hand-in-hand with “responsible gun ownership” and “task-appropriate weapons.” I hear one side of their message loud and clear but where is the other side. This is where I cordially disagree, as I said, with the people at the top.

          Anyone who wants to own a firearm for whatever reason should be entitled to do so. But they also should know what is and what isn’t an appropriate weapon for their [defense] situation – e.g. bearing a very high-caliber pistol when you live, so to speak, in a glass house. Running around with what is almost a machine-gun (and which could become one). If you remove “freedom of gun ownership” from the greater context of safety, responsibility, deep understanding of the weapon in question, and most of all associated training and education, in my view you’ve created a recipe for real trouble.

          In my first year at Scout camp, I took to the rifle range like a duck in the water, and spent too-many hours there perfecting my skills, as well as learning how to adjust the sights on the weapons, cleaning them, and so on. (All because I was the one who expressed that particular interest.) It was something that a skinny nerd could excel at, and it has translated to a love of marksmanship to this day. And when, every now and then, I need to take out some varmint on my land even at some distance, I know the critter won’t feel a thing. That’s a skill that I am very proud of.

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      • Goedhart says:

        Maybe Liz Warren will let you share her safe space?

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      • dallasdan says:

        IMO, the best weapon for home defense is a short-barrel shotgun. The Mossberg 590 Shockwave is a good example. It is technically 12 gauge, pump action firearm with a 14 inch barrel. It can be purchased for about $500 without the need for a stack of National Firearms Act (NFA) paperwork. Check your state laws for any restrictions.

        I suggest your shot load be #2 pellets which won’t penetrate drywall and injure innocents in an adjoining room, but have highly adequate stopping/killing power within the confines of most home open spaces.

        Of course, safety and use training, together with range practice are absolute prerequisites for responsible gun ownership.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I’m pretty sure my state would rather see me die than protect myself with a gun.

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    • jx says:

      Democrats – turning America into a shole one state at a time.

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    • nepanyrush says:

      The Nazis first passed a law against Jewish citizens owning guns and only later came for the people to send them to gas chambers. Slave states passed laws against African Americans owning guns so they didn’t have to worry about slaves standing up against them. Communist governments came for the guns as well.
      That is the key reason for the 2nd Amendment — not hunting or personal protection but because it is the only defense against totalitarianism.

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    • Chimpy says:

      An AR-15 is not “viable for home protection”, Sen. Dianne Feinstein?

      Go ahead, Dianne, break into my home at any time of the night. Carry whatever weapon you choose (just like the real criminals do). Let’s see if my AR-15 is viable in helping me defend my family and home.

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  15. H. Hawke says:

    Bwa-ha-ha-ha!

    Rush just announced President Trump is going to Live-Tweet the debates!

    LOLOLOLOLOLLLLLLLL

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  16. maggiemoowho says:

    Praying for everyone at the rally, we are getting hit with a horrible storm right now in Orlando.

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  17. Zippy says:

    A frustrated Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch points out that the vast majority in a position to reform the system with a responsibility to do so and to hold perps accountable either don’t care or are actively resisting it.

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  18. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  19. Og Oggilby says:

    Right Side is Live in Orlando….

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  20. H. Hawke says:

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  21. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Love OANN!

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  22. Zippy says:

    The Free Sh*t Zombies of California are Destroying their State Chasing the Utopian Dream

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  23. Citizen817 says:

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  24. JG3 says:

    Perfect time to get the “Trump Jump” started! Anyone there test it, get a couple of people to start chanting “Trump Jump” while doing small jumps, turning in a circle as you do. The rest will follow. If it catches on, work it out with everyone to do it during the rally if/and when a skunk tries to interrupt. Would love to see PTOUS’s reaction.

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  25. wow!

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  26. Zippy says:

    It’s being filmed and will be made available on-line. Created by Phelim McAleer who also created “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.”

    Play “FBI Lovebirds” Is D.C. Satire at Its Best
    Peter Strzok’s and Lisa Page’s texts and testimony, read verbatim, leave the audience howling.
    June 16, 2019

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/06/fbi-lovebirds-undercovers-theater-satire/

    Excerpt:

    What do you get when you take Dean Cain, an actor famous for playing Superman on TV, and Kristy Swanson, the actress who was the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and give them the chance to play a couple of adulterous, wildly partisan FBI agents working at the highest levels of the Mueller Russiagate probe?

    You get an outrageous play that had its conservative audience of 500 people howling at its premiere last Thursday at Washington’s Ronald Reagan Center.

    Liberal comics may have had the field to themselves so far when it comes to Trump’s Washington. But they will now have to make room for a worthy counterpoint.

    FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers is part of a genre called verbatim theater. As written by conservative filmmaker Phelim McAleer, it’s a four-person play that relies on transcripts of the secret text messages exchanged by lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page (the FBI agents) as well as their congressional testimony under oath.

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  27. FL_GUY says:

    This rally is obviously an important event as I see new turd droppers already at work before the rally thread even goes up.

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  28. deplorablegracie says:

    I’m in line at the rally. I went looking for a friend and got my picture taken with Brad Parscale and I don’t like getting my picture taken!

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  29. The Gipper Lives says:

    Journalists say if a foreigner gave Trump a hard drive of Hillary taking Uranium One bribes, he needed to turn over all copies to Comey or McCabe at once so they could smash it with hammers out in the parking lot.

    Or maybe give it all to Dir. Mueller who signed off on the crooked deal in the first place.

    Or even to Chris Wray, who doesn’t answer the TIPSLine when kids are being shot at Stoneman-Douglas, who thinks bias training cures sedition and who is currently hiding evidence from the American people about their FBI. No wonder they want to make President Trump get the FBI’s permission–the same FBI that was criminally wiretapping him.

    How ’bout instead, we force journalists to contact the FBI when they are talking to foreigners like Christopher Steele who want to influence our elections? Let us know that works out for you, Snuffy.

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  30. Please donate today to make the 7 million! I got email from POTUS too!

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  31. Exfiltration of Wealth says:

    OR………….you could keep your opinions to yourself, how about that, Inkan?

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  32. Bob at Wendys says:

    It sure will be nice if President Trump wins the Popular Vote to hear the cries from the states who changed the rules and now have to give him all their Electoral Votes ; when he lost the state.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Or…..

      HE might Win BOTH The Electoral College & Popular Vote!

      THAT Would Be the “Berries”!!!

      Ha!!😆

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    • hillariousclinton says:

      If ICE deports “millions” of illegals before November 2020, seems like it will be lock for both the Popular Vote and the Electoral College…. we can hope it happens!

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  33. Jake is gloating over this! They endorsed romney as well as hillary and they both lost!

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  34. I’m posting this link to c-span now because the photo they have of Trump and Pence is fabulous. I don’t know where they got it, but it is really good. It’s the link for the rally which they will livestream tonight, but it is the large, main photo right now.
    https://www.c-span.org/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMItoyHmoKO3QIVhbjACh1SWg40EAAYASAAEgImMPD_BwE

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  35. gmbliss says:

    I was following an older VW Mini bus that had the obligatory PEACE sign on the back but on the bumper was a sticker that said SAY NO TO NEGATIVISM I laughed the whole way home. I guess you should say yes!

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  36. youme says:

    Politicians could care less

    “Potent pot, vulnerable teens trigger concerns in first states to legalize marijuana
    “…visits to Children’s Hospital Colorado facilities for treatment of cyclic vomiting, paranoia, psychosis and other acute cannabis-related symptoms ”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/potent-pot-vulnerable-teens-trigger-concerns-in-first-states-to-legalize-marijuana/2019/06/15/52df638a-8c9a-11e9-8f69-a2795fca3343_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.f95541a18ea8

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  37. blognificentbee says:

    President Trump’s YouTube channel is streaming live now, hosted by Lara Trump. Now interviewing Brad Parscale!! He is definitely one of my faves!

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  38. FofBW says:

    The Globalist still do not get it. ‘TRY to wait out PT”? They will have a long disappointing wait….into oblivion. (IMHO)

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  39. youme says:

    The arrest team over heard the arrested crew members mumbling ” Thanks to Van Jones, Jared Kushner and the first Step Act, we will all be out on the street soon” Another crew member was overheard saying that he was going to get his college degree, affordable housing and a federal job thanks to Second Chance” Another crewman mumbled America great country, i love America”

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  40. Zippy says:

    Interview with FBI Whistleblower Scott MacDonald

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    • Zippy says:

      BTW, after watching that, I can easily see why they lose stuff and take forever to find stuff they don’t manage to lose. What a mess.

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  41. Perot Conservative says:

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Sperry is linking back to old articles about Cheryl Mills, Hillary coverup artist.

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    • WSB says:

      ‘Bout time…

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    • CM-TX says:

      If someone is found to have LIED in their testimony, or provided FALSE information— it VOIDS the immunity.

      However, the original immunity in itself should already be in QUESTION– as there was never a REAL investigation, nor any intention of it EVER leading to a PROSECUTION for anyone.

      IMMUNITY is given in EXCHANGE for INFORMATION leading to a PROSECUTION. Or in EXCHANGE for TESTIMONY during legal proceedings (GJ or Trial), typically granted by the judge.
      NEITHER situation applies for ANY of these people.

      Just because they say it is, DOESN’T mean it’s TRUE. Especially when it’s coming from the Left.
      Their claims of IMMUNITY are BS!

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  42. Perot Conservative says:

    Lunacy!!!

    Border in shambles, USMCA needs passing, no budget. What do Democrats do?

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    • Justin Green says:

      The Democrats’ War on Women continues.
      If they’re not using them, they’re abusing them.

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    • Skippy says:

      Democrats (for whom I voted 10 or 11 cycles until I awoke to/with President Trump) are losing their minds. If you don’t think this is up and personal, I present you my Dem husband! He won’t even discuss “politics” anymore. I’m trying to educate my mid 20 somethings on “socialism”. When I was their age I had mastered Solzynitzyn’s writings in understanding. Public education today doesn’t even reference his incredible public works! Even in light of New York State going bankrupt, as well as Venezuela’s horrible circumstances, today’s “youth”have no opinion! It boggles one’s mind. It’s fine if you have millions or billions but will punish the lessors. Sorry if im pessimistic, but I’ve lived a bit and starkly see the DEM change as well as or WAR debts. No free lunch!

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    • Dixie says:

      They’ve all lost their minds. She reminds me of a dog with floppy ears. The dog, however, has more sense than she does.

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    • umr_engnr says:

      I walked into a new “unisex” bathroom the other day. Pi$$ all over the place. I’m not sure women who back this nonsense realize what they are in for. Women really are the biggest losers with this transgender encouragement. Ha.

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    • dallasdan says:

      The lesbians in the locker room will be outraged by the new “double-threat” team members.

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  43. Perot Conservative says:

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  44. Perot Conservative says:

    Why doesn’t POTUS outlaw sanctuary cities and states?

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    • cheering4america says:

      “Sanctuary” cities and states are BY DEFINITION illegal. They are holding themselves out as being a sanctuary FROM THE LAW.

      Every official who passes the “sanctuary” status and keeps ICE or even local police from arresting those who have BROKEN OUR LAWS should be arrested for aiding and abetting. And there are real people who have been harmed by their actions, lots of them.

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      • Revenant says:

        I agree with the sentiment, but there is case law that provided that states (as part of the dual sovereign federal system) dont have to enforce federal law. Since federal law controls immigration, the “sanctuary” states are saying that they wont enforce federal law, or help the federal government enforce federal law. It’s a “states rights” issue.

        Of course, the feds can enforce federal law throughout the country. But the lack of cooperation makes their jobs harder. “Outlawing” sanctuary cities (as in Florida) is essentially requiring those municipalities to help the feds enforce federal law. That’s why it has to be passed by the state legislature.

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    • thetrain2016 says:

      President Trump has a lot smarter group of attorneys than this Coulter thing. If the sanctuary city or state issue is so simple they would already resolve that problem.

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  45. Perot Conservative says:

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  48. Zippy says:

    The Eerily Accurate Predictions of the 1988 Roll-playing Game Cyberpunk 2020

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