June 20th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #882

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  1. Grandma Covfefe says:

    USA ** 🇺🇸 ** 8 more days to G-20 in Japan ** 🇺🇸 ** USA #502

    🦅 KAG while Making America Greater Again
    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…..

    🌟 ”I will be glad and rejoice in Your mercy, For You have considered my trouble;
    You have known my soul in adversities,“ 🌟 -— Psalm 31:7
    ————-
    ***Praise: President Trump’s Re-elect Rally is a huge Triumph
    ***Praise: President Trump arrived home safely from Florida
    ***Praise: Mexico ratified USMCA 114-4 (Sundance’s article) Winning…
    ————–
    🙏 Pray:
    — for 24/7 protection for President Trump and Team
    — Deep State’s strategies all collapse and evaporate…poof…pouf….
    — that meeting between XI and Kim Jong Un will be a positive outcome-Eyes on China
    — 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
    — that there are MAGA people investigating voter/election fraud…Please, Lord….
    — 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
    — 🇺🇸 No More Do-Over 🇺🇸
    ————————————————–
    🦅 “A vote for any Democrat in 2020 is a vote for socialism and the destruction of the American Dream.”
    —–(6-18-19 for ‘2020 Re-elect Rally’ speech )
    🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸
    ——————————————————————————————————————–
    🇺🇸 -Honoring Flag Week thru July 4th—trivia:
    For a while, the U.S. added stripes and stars to the flag when welcoming new states. When Kentucky and Vermont joined the union, the flag took on two more stars from the original, so that from 1795 to 1818, 15 stripes and 15 stars graced the flag. Anticipating a crowded field of stripes, lawmakers decided to honor each new state with a star, and leave the stripes at the original 13, after 1818.
    ———————————————————————————————————————
    🦅“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 Thursday June 20, 2019—–

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  2. citizen817 says:

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  5. Stillwater says:

    Overview of today’s WeBuildTheWall/Fisher Industries posts

    • Tweet with short Brietbart article covering Angel parents, Steve Ronnebeck & Mary Ann Mendoza.
    • Tweet with article covering situation between WBTW the IBWC Public Affairs Officer Lori Kuczmanski.

    • More tweets about illegals crossing border. Reposted video set to Cops theme song: “Bad Boys”.

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    Related
    Previous (June 19th Pres. thread) wall posts: https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/06/19/june-19th-2019-presidential-politics-trump-administration-day-881/comment-page-1/#comment-7119244

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweet with article.

      Angel Parents @SteveRonnebeck & @mamendoza480 delivered a powerful message to @SpeakerPelosi demanding she pay attention to the crisis at our border. Ronnebeck also called out @AOC on her latest “concentration camp” rant.

      – (June 19,2019)

      Watch – Angel Dad: How Many Need to Die Before AOC Stops Concentration Camp Rhetoric?
      “Steve Ronneback, whose son was murdered by an illegal immigrant, called out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for their failure to cooperate with House Republicans to secure the U.S. border.”
      Continued: (Breitbart.com)

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweet with article.

      ‘We Build the Wall’ founder sends warning to ‘out-of-control’ rogue public official after ugly dustup

      – (June 19, 2019)

      ‘We Build the Wall’ founder sends warning to ‘out-of-control’ rogue public official after ugly dustup – 6/17/19
      “The privately funded We Build the Wall group is encountering a one-woman would-be wrecking crew in the form of IBWC Public Affairs Officer Lori Kuczmanski whose Twitter page is filled with smears and lies.

      Kolfage and company are fighting back, however, and following an attorney’s warning letter sent to the IBWC, the lightweight, PR flack’s Twitter account is locked.”
      Continued: (bizpacreview.com)

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      • dallasdan says:

        Kolfage should focus the punishment on the person, not the IBWC entity. Besieging her with the physical, emotional, and financial burdens of lawfare is a good start that will likely induce a quick end to her ludicrous and slanderous behavior. JMO

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        • Stillwater says:

          I see your point. I wonder if part of the reason WBTH sent the warning letter to the IBWC was to get them to take an official stance on their PR reps behavior so that the PR rep. couldn’t continue to use her position and present her tweets to the public as if they were the IBWC’s official position.

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          • Dutchman says:

            I would imagine lawyers advised that was the,way to do it, and it makes sense if she is using her position to make it seem like hers is the official position, you give the organisation a chance to straighten up what is their employee.

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          • dallasdan says:

            You may be correct. Perhaps it’s a process of isolating her. I hope she pays a financial price for her actions, together with the loss of her professional reputation.

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    • Stillwater says:

      🤫 nobody tell the media that populist wall builders @WeBuildTheWall are about to overtake #MeToo as the largest GoFundMe of all time!

      – (June 19, 2019)

      Tweet with same video of coyotes escorting illegals around wall. (Video set to Cops theme song: Bad Boys.)
      HUGE! Theres a crisis in Sunland Park New Mexico, we won’t stop exposing until it’s fixed.

      – (June 17, 2019)

      All outlets have covered us… except @FoxNews. Even @CNN gave us a good story.

      – (June 19, 2019)

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  6. citizen817 says:

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    • p'odwats says:

      The Democrats Wall of Lies and Deceptions is starting to crumble and fall all around them. The people of this country will put up with a lot of crap, but they can’t stand liars. The Democrats are nothing but liars and it’s all catching up to them now. Have faith Treepers. These people are about to get their butts handed to them big time!

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      • Let’s MAKE DOUBLY SURE THAT OL’ NADS/Shiff for Brains/Piglosi are investigated for abuse and public gain:

        5 CFR § 2635.702 – Use of public office for private gain

        Now, who of the 3 amigas will begin to go down first…HMMMM?

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    • Defanged says:

      This is OLD, recycled news by Solomon. It’s continued feeding of the “tick-tock’ narrative I suppose. I wonder what the “buckle-up” crew of Hannity, Solomon and Sara Carter will say when no one goes to jail. What WILL they do?

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      • Nobodysfool says:

        Hannity isn’t alone.

        There’s plenty of people and websites that have droned on and on, regurgitated the same info over and over, referenced and cross referenced, urged us to expend more hours of our precious time to reread their material that didn’t get off the ground the first time.

        We’ve watched, dissected and lost our tempers over Congressional hearings and the smug arrogance of the Left and their media party dolls. We know the facts backward and forward but to what end? Seems the last resort is to start making citizen arrests because nobody else is enforcing the law on these scumbags.

        Lots of money has been made and will continue to be made on the Fake Russia Collusion Coup de tat, Hillary’s endless corruption and Obama’s ‘suspected’ involvement. End of the day, unless AG Barr drops a big, iron hammer on all their heads, they will continue to skate through life, rewriting their histories to suit them.

        All the talk in the world changes nothing. Too much yapping, not enough slapping.

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        • bentley1blog says:

          nobodiesfool…I am so in step with you. Love your version of the truth and yes, I believe we are all so very drained of enthusiasm due to the ranting of Hannity, Laura, et al. Fox is almost a no-no viewing site for me. Enough of the counting fingers crew.

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      • Paula Daly says:

        It’s not old recycled news by John.

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      • oldumb says:

        To me, your comment is OLD and recycled. The information has to come out slowly. Just because you are convinced isn’t good enough. There is a process and a strategy that is fluid, depending on conditions. Try to see we are making narrative wins, just the opposite of the 1st two+ years.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I guess they’ll have to turn in their law enforcement badges or resign from the DOJ..

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  11. citizen817 says:

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I hope it includes FBI directors.

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    • steviedawn says:

      Excellent, but it will NEVER get through the House. Would have been nice to see something like this when we held both houses.

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      • Exfiltration of Wealth says:

        I’m sorry…but this type if comment perpetuates the illusion that there are two parties….there aren’t stevie and there is no way Paul Ryan would have allowed the legislation to proceed.

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    • emet says:

      Unless Congress strengthens whistleblower protection, then corrupt upper managers will continue to determine who is a poor performer.
      In fact, the law just makes it easier to get rid of somebody who points out malfeasance, by labeling him/her a poor performer and expediting removal.

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      • Somebody says:

        Bingo Emet and to the other comment that Ryan would never allow this bill, I think he absolutely would have. Ryan was a lot of things, but a protector of federal employees he was not.

        This is a show pony, grand standing, feel good measure. There aren’t 60 votes in the Senate and it will never see the light of day in the house. This is a stunt similar to repealing Obama care 🙄

        There does need to be reform I agree, but anything will depend on corrupt and incompetent managers to carry out.

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    • Tiffthis says:

      Great idea!

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    • Defanged says:

      Mr. Perdue…Bless your heart-do you actually think the MERIT act (if passed) will make a dent in the Big Machine?

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    • AZ18 says:

      It’s interesting that Congress passes law for others but not themselves…health care, HR issues etc and it’s a racket to protect themselves.

      It won’t pass. Hopefully, their strategy that has worked so well in the past (it’s the Reps/Dems fault) is growing old and tired.

      We need PDJT for six more years.

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    • Ilcon says:

      Does it include congress? If not, useless.

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  15. citizen817 says:

    Sean Spicer… (3:37)… good

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    • WSB says:

      Largest Senate data breach in history, and Cosko only receives four years? The other one receives a misdemeanor?

      ” He carried out the largest known data theft in senate history. Cosko also left spy devices on the US Senate network that went undetected by police.”

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/06/democrat-staffer-jackson-cosko-is-heading-to-prison-for-doxxing-gop-senators-during-kavanaugh-hearings/

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      • beach lover says:

        and notice none of this makes the news other than on Twitter. If this had been on the GOP side, we would have congressional hearings about it.

        We spend millions trying to link a couple Russians to interfering in our elections by some facebook posts, but let actual Americans working in our Senate and staff members leaking and spying on our officials, and mum’s the word. I’m sick of them protecting their own.

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        • beach lover says:

          stand corrected! F&F just reported on it.

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        • This kind of breach unfortunately happens all the time. I recently was asked to swoop in after a client fired an employee who – unbeknownst to him – had a violent criminal record. Sure enough, he had left behind an “extra” wireless router, buried behind a pile of books. On a whim, I removed it and attached it to a little honeypot. It was aggressively hit that night in what the “perp” obviously hoped would be a “drive-by shooting.”

          But it shouldn’t be possible here.

          These are among the many things that I hope the IG’s report will begin to address. If it was possible for this kind of event to happen at all, especially with regards to the computer systems used by The United States Senate(!), then there are extreme procedural deficiencies that ought not exist at all. Just as is done in the private sector, there should be a large and very-aggressive data security team, constantly on patrol. There should be defenses, as e.g. you might find in any bank or insurance company, designed to make theft very hard to do. For these practices not to exist – for this scenario to be possible – here at the very highest levels of our Government, is both damnable and incomprehensible.

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      • Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

        Note largest data “breach”. Does this mean Awan was intentional? Of course we’ll never know as Liu let him walk. Its always been my suspicion DWS (and a tight circle within Dem leadership) had a side deal $$ w/Awan), to include Operation Cassandra (N. Virginia used car dealerships).

        Awan had all of DWS passwords, granting him access into the DNC as well. The DNC supposed hack, just like Hillary’s server(s), was a virtual free-for-all…..Podesta’s PW, Seth Rich, Awan…take your pick.

        Whatever National Security the Clinton’s didn’t sell, obama gave away for free.

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    • Pjoe says:

      Intern from Hassan’s office yelled FU to Pres. Trump in 2018. There is something rotten with Hassan and her staff.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Hassan was never legitimately elected. The importing of MA voters into NH tilted the small numbers to her side to give her a small margin over Ayotte. Not a fan of RINO Ayotte, but even less a fan of this FRAUD occurring in NEW HAMSHIRE EVERY SINGLE ELECTION. Do something about it NH!!!!!!!

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  18. littleanniefannie says:

    Gotta love the genius of Branco. PU indeed!

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    • p'odwats says:

      I was in downtown Los Angeles this past weekend. There are homeless everywhere, and it’s sad what the city has been turned into. The Democrats control every major city, have super majorities in the state legislature, and they hold every single statewide office. If they’re looking for someone to blame for the mess out here they better look in the damn mirror!

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  19. citizen817 says:

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    • It’s about time that someone tore into the Koch brothers and start telling the truth….for a change…..

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    • joeknuckles says:

      The Kochs are just two more phony libertarians, using the label as cover for their real motives. They just wanna make more billions at the expense of our country.

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      • Patrick healy says:

        But but but , the Marxists have been telling us for years that Mann made catastrophic global warming is real and the Kochs and big oil have been paying us climate realists vast sums of money to rail against them. So where is my cheque?

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    • Ilcon says:

      Dear Libertarians.

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    • StanH says:

      The Koch’s are the flip side of the same coin. “It’s a big f_cking club and we ain’t in it.”

      They play their part in the grande Kabuki Theater that is all things swamp. Everything out of that duplicitous cesspool should be ignored, it’s all designed to effect a result to keep certain people (the big club) in certain places. If they have to sell their country out and their countrymen, you and I, well, sacrifices have to be made.

      The Koch’s have been playing both ends against the middle since Moby Dick was a minnow. Right on Tucker for pointing this out.

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  22. Perot Conservative says:

    Hannity has at least 2 annoying habits.

    1. Interrupting
    2. Stealing the thunder of their message scoop.

    And this:

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  23. CM-TX says:

    This is very true. I can explain in DETAIL some of those cyber-TOOLS, what these do, & physical effects resulting from a couple. I can also describe various methods used & cycled thru. These are meant to ONLY torment, intimidate, coerce, & threaten.

    Fortunately, I am a born skeptic, independent by nature, & also level-headed… but I hate thinking of the impact these acts (cyber-warfare) have on those not as strong, a/o more susceptible to suggestion. I have contended with all types of bullies t/o my life, this goes far beyond– it’s on a level that can only be described as Terroristic.

    That this was/is done to average PRIVATE CITIZENS, & should NEVER be allowed to happen in AMERICA. I can also ASSURE you this went on AFTER N0bama’s reign. The reason for? Nothing more than being on the “wrong-side” of Political agendas.

    Should you see someone get a little frustrated on the LACK of JUSTICE, hearing only more EXCUSES & DELAYS… stop to consider they might be one of many with a personal stake in it– & having possibly made it out of a very DARK place, one they never sought to visit.
    So a RETURN to JUSTICE, ultimately becomes a chance for seeing some semblance of retribution.
    (FTR: if you think they don’t BLOCK the ability to report it during, a/o those avenues aren’t in someway involved… please, think again.)

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  25. cthulhu says:

    A ways ago, I was listening to an NPR inquisition interview with the new ICE guy, who has about 3 weeks on the job. The talking point they kept hammering on was, “XX immigrants have died in ICE custody during the Trump Administration.”

    Y’know what? XX people have died on Disneyland vacations during the Trump Administration. Should we abolish Disneyland? How many Disneyland deaths were due to being marched across 1,000 miles of desert? How many Disneyland deaths were due to being raped by coyotes? How many Disney ticketholders were in seriously bad shape before they came to Disneyland?

    So, when we hammer on “XX immigrants have died in ICE custody during the Trump Administration” — do they admit that they’re talking about sickly, abused people suffering from many maladies who have traveled northward in grueling, unsanitary conditions, guided by criminals who raped a significant number of the females and children, and marched across miles of unforgiving desert, only to throw themselves across the border and upon the mercy of the Border Patrol and then receive the best quality medical care they have ever known in their lives…..

    And all deaths among this group are to be laid at Trump’s feet….. What a bunch of hypocrites and liars……

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    • bsdetector4u says:

      How about all the US citizens that have died because of foreign invaders? But the dims don’t want to acknowledge that.

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  26. A2 says:

    Large portraits of Kim3 and Xi mounted at the airport for his arrival (courtesy of a Weibo account). although foreign journalists lined up to go cover the meeting, at the last minute their access was denied.

    I agree with Thae Yong ho, no. 2 at the NK UK embassy who was the highest level diplomat to defect from NK. His 2018 book,Cryptography From the Third-Floor Secretariat (Korean: 3층 서기실의 암호; Hanja: 3層 書記室의 暗號), was a best seller outlining how the DPRK works from the inside.

    He was interviewed in Japan yesterday and he made several points ( that confirms what I have read in Qiushi the CCP official organ that I translated some snippets here, and the lengthier version in the Taoran notes here) that were published before and targeting the G20.

    This must be understood as Kim’s and his predecessors strategy of the three-legged stool. Kim is no ‘hostage’ he is also a player.

    What Thae said was that Kim has decided that Neville Chamberlain Moon’s role as a ‘mediator’ between the US and SK, is not working especially when Moon was not able to get the US to lift sanctions on Kaesong. Hence the recent bribe by SK of 50k tonnes of rice. moon wants to stay in play.

    Kim3 now is banking on China to achieve results, essentially lifting sanctions and all the steps necessary to achieve that. Russia and China have just recently blocked at the U.N., more sanctions enforcement on oil shipments to NK.

    And lastly, Kim will not denuclearise as his regime survival depends on it.

    Essentially, nothing has changed, China and its backer Russia have made their position clear on the steps to achieve NK denuclearisation, that is now explicitly, beyond the ‘study’ phase in NK.
    And it also makes clear as many have pointed out, me included, is that they view the Singapore statement in reverse to the US. all three want the sanctions lifted so economic development goes forward, the US out of Korea, and then maybe discuss denuclearisation.

    Thae’s Final point, that I have also made here, all this may be achieved, but according to China’s strategic interests in mind.

    https://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LS2D&mid=sec&sid1=100&sid2=268&oid=020&aid=0003224138

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    • A2 says:

      That is from the official feed. foreign journalists had their access to the arrival pulled.

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      • AZ18 says:

        Was it expected that access may be pulled? I was thinking it would be normal given the “close” society prespective I have. I have not travelled to Asia so very limited on cultural nuances.

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        • A2 says:

          Evidently, the journalists thought they could cover the event, then with no explanation, it was denied.

          Just the usual tension between total control of information and the obvious desire for Kim3 to show he is on the world stage. As a normal country. Lol

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    • Robert Smith says:

      That picture makes it look like Xi has lipstick on.

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  29. FL_GUY says:

    I’ve been watching the developments over the last couple of months and to me, it’s clear the good guys are on the move.

    It’s very obvious that AG Barr shut down the Mueller/Weissman gestapo. It’s come out that Mueller knew there was no Russian anything by Aug 2017. Yet, he continued to drag it out and harass, intimidate and persecute hundreds of people: his goal was to remove President Trump. Mueller’s act continuing into 2018 gave the D-Rats the cover for the massive vote fraud that took the house and lowered gains in the senate. Mueller planned to continue his police state style inquisition indefinitely attempting to provoke President Trump into taking action against them so they could claim “obstruction of justice”. AG Barr shut it down.

    Mueller getting shut down was the start of the good guys moving forward. Weissman being removed from the DOJ was huge. Although a number of the plotters had
    been fired, the Weissman SS continued to operate, terrorizing anyone associated with President Trump (Heavily armed people breaking down doors for non-violent alleged crimes?), the typical spineless Rs hiding under their desks and pumping up the corrupt, loud mouthed D-Rats. They kept trying to push President Trump to take action against their outrageous and illegal tactics so they could impeach him. Had Weissman not been stopped, it is no telling what outrageous and illegal act he was going to pull next in an attempt to provoke President Trump. President Trump is tough and did not fall for it. I truly believe that Weissman was planning to go after the President’s children next in an attempt to provoke him; thank God for AG Barr.

    Since Mueller is gone, information has been flooding out and the plotters continued efforts to illegally remove President Trump are failing. For example, information just came out that they framed Manafort with FAKE evidence from the Ukraine to get him locked up. In their attempts to get Manafort to make up crap on President Trump, they subjected him to cruel and unusual punishment while incarcerated but since that didn’t get Manafort to lie, they were going to move him to a hell hole jail that should have been shut down decades ago which would have been a death sentence. When the DOJ, AG Barr’s new people, put a stop to it, I knew the tide had turned. Then, after the move to Rykers was stopped, just days later, the investigative reporter breaks the story about how Manafort was framed and that phony “evidence” from the Ukraine was used to get Manafort.

    We know Weissman was framing people because he tried to plant marked money on PapaD. PapaD didn’t fall for it but Weissman made up crap on him anyway claiming he “lied”. Well, lying should be removed as a crime because it is subjective. Person X says something different from person Y. A corrupt individual would simply declare the person they didn’t like as the liar. I think this is why Weissman wanted to force President Trump to give an interview. Then, they would have taken Comey’s word as truth calling President Trump a liar. Once again, President Trump was too smart for them.

    Then we have the Italians cleaning house of corrupt intelligence agents who were involved in the coupe attempt.

    At President Trump’s campaign kickoff, for the first time, President Trump gave a list of HilLIARy’s and the DNCs crimes. President Trump doesn’t make casual statements; when he says something, there is power behind it. He also said HilLIARy’s bleach-bited emails would likely be found at the State Department. That tells me, President Trump has those e-mails and they are going to be used.

    The interview on Hannity also showed the President is well aware of what they tried and who was behind it. When Hannity asked President Trump about UK, Australia and Italy as part of the coupe attempt, the President simply added the Ukraine to the list without elaboration.

    Yes, things are moving forward and the good guys are on the move. A lot is going to happen against the EVIL POSs. How do I know? Well, Mueller is shut down and Weissman is gone. They did not go voluntarily so that tells me the good guys have power. Removing them was the first necessary step to start draining the swamp. I trust President Trump to take care of it; he promised it and he always keeps his promises.

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    • starfcker says:

      Nice summary, FL Guy. Kind of the same thing I’ve been thinking.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Great post, FL guy.
        What leapt out of it for me?

        “The President simply added the Ukraine to the list
        without elaboration”. This is big, big BIG STUFF.

        If you read Sherryl Atkinson’s coverage of the setting
        up of the coup, you notice that damn near everything
        seems to inevitably revolve in an axis around the Ukraine.

        Many of the ones involved in the Ukraine are Farkas
        type zealots. Zealots whose’s end game would be to
        kill two birds with one stone, by smearing both Trump and
        Russia. For the swamp they smear Trump. For daddy,
        (living or dead), they smear Putin and Russia.

        Because they are “Daddy’s girls”. Bounced on daddy’s
        knee with bed time stories about the old, long gone Soviet
        Union. Willing to do anything to daddy’s approval, or in
        daddy’s memory.

        Might not have dug into it enough, but Ukraine seems
        to have had a leadership change. My comparison would
        be “Italy lite”. More tuned in posters can correct me on
        this, but Ukraine seems to be reallllll tired of outsiders
        butting in. With the outsiders getting everything, Ukraine
        getting squat. Ukraine insiders know who the outsiders
        and their enablers are. This might get reallll interesting.

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    • WSB says:

      Thanks for the post. Not sure if this is Byron wanting attention or not, however there may have been a third scope memo?

      “The Justice Department has recently allowed members of some congressional committees to view the scope memos, and out of that has come the news that there was a third scope memo to Mueller. Dated Oct. 20, 2017, its contents remain a secret. But its very existence suggests something was going on behind the scenes in the relationship of Mueller and his supervisors at the Justice Department.”

      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/byron-york-now-word-of-a-mysterious-third-scope-memo-for-robert-mueller

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      • Lester Smith says:

        It’s easy to see the Russian crap was justicication to keep introducing more and more attempts to snare Trump and his team with bait. It reminds me the old Ren a d Stimpy episode of of don’t like touch the shiny and red Sox button

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      • This third supposed Scope Memo was dated 10/20/17 when, thanks to Devin Nunes, Rosenstein / Mueller / Weissmann knew it was inevitable that America was going to find out that the “dossier” was commissioned and paid for by Team Hillary and the DNC (it was revealed to the public at the end of 10/17). My guess is that whatever this third memo was about had something to do with adjusting the parameters of the fishing expedition to account for the fact that the dossier was about to be exposed as the political garbage it was.

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      • beach lover says:

        This info was released to some in Congress. If it is still secret we can be assured it is not good news for the Dems.

        Also, who signed it? Assume it was Rosenstein. Barr is aware. Now Im wondering if Barr isnt trying to protect Mueller a bit, but yet still trying to clear those who were unjustly persecuted by Weissmann and team. Its just a matter of time before we know what was in this one.

        Could they be holding back on unredacting the 2nd of Manafort memo because of his pending trial?

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    • john says:

      The problem here is how to get this information out to the bulk of the general public in a way they can digest. Most here have known for a year that the black ledger was a lie. Most here have known for 3 years the dossier was faked and the players involved along with thier political motivations to perpetrate such a hoax.

      My brother doesnt even know what the black ledger is. He doesnt even know who Manafort or General Flynn are. He has no clue about the moron AOC or the Muslim Brotherhood Reps we have elected to the House. He is unaware of the machinations of the uniparty or illegal spying on Americans. He has a general notion that nefarious deeds have been alleged but he is clueless who are the perpetrators and what thier motivations are.

      My brother is not stupid. He is not a fake news junkie. He just lives a cushy life with wife and kids in tow. He has 3 kids all in travel sports, works 10 hours a day and golfs when he get the opportunity. He takes care of his yard and home and has time for little else. The crimes committed against him just arent on his radar. He goes about living his life as if nothing out of the ordinary is happening and when I try and speak to the crimes our political class has committed against We the People for the last 100 years he doesnt want to hear it.

      He is a conservative who votes sporadically. He is a Patriot who fought in the 1st Gulf War and was injured on the USS Tripoli when it hit the mine in the gulf. He was in Abu Dhabi when the scud hit the barracks.

      This political apathy is what we are faced with and what we must overcome. Id be willing to bet 60% or more of Americans are just like my brother.

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      • nimrodman says:

        Good explanation, John, thanks for that

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      • Blue Wildflower says:

        I would say more than 60%!

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Whoever didn’t vote Trump or intend to vote Trump has a high probability of not knowing any of this. Many people suspect that it is just a Witchhunt but don’t know all the blatant illegalities and misdeeds done by the Democrats, DeepSate, UniParty, FBI, CIA, foreign “allies”and Obama administration.

        So, maybe 25% of the public might have an idea.

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      • EternalVigilance says:

        John, my sister is similar to you brother. However i believe things are changing. In the past week my sister has texted me 2 memes of AOC. My sister and i have never talked politics.

        I believe people are slowly waking up, I’ve witnessed it with my in-laws.

        Your brother may be having a hard time when you talk about the political crimes committed against us all. He served this country and was injured, then he has you basically telling him his injury and service was all for a lie. That seems like a tough pill to swallow.

        Have him watch this video of President Trump`s speech about saving our Republic
        https://mobile.twitter.com/cjtruth/status/1079371970758799360

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        • john says:

          Thanks for that link. I sent it to my brother and will pester him til he watches. One thing in his favor, he will absolutely vote Trump in 2020. But that is mostly voting through his bank account. His 401k like all of ours is through the roof.

          Perhaps the only truth ever to pass Bill Clintons lips still holds true today: ‘Its the economy, stupid.”

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      • cjzak says:

        You are absolutely spot on. How do we get those 60% to listen. How do we get your brother to listen to your knowledge of the situation and pay attention to what is happening all around him that threatens that cushy life, if not for him then for his 3 kids? We need an answer asap before this election comes up.

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        • john odonnell says:

          Im 55 years old. Ill be dead and buried before the Dems “final solution” comes to completion. But it brings tears to my eyes thinking of what my grandkids may have to face. That scares me more than anything they can do to me personally. I will absolutely give up my life now so they have thiers in the future. That is one point I have been using on my brother.

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      • bentley1blog says:

        john…I also know quite a few like your brother. My daughter is apolitical and it drives me crazy and nothing I try to point out to her sinks in. She claims all the news channels are negative (which they are) but won’t even try to understand what is going on around her. Like your brother, she is a very good person but chooses to stay outside of the loop. Alas.

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    • FL_Guy…VERY NICELY ELUCIDATED!!!!

      U Rock Dude!!!

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    • George 1 says:

      Mueller and Weissman are the ones who belong at Rykers.

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    • Very well said! I trust Trump! Slowly but surely! If AG Barr doesn’t do it by next year POTUS will get on him!

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  30. A2 says:

    I have another observation about the good news that the Mexican Senate has approved the USMCA.

    Call this optimistic.

    I was at odds and ends and watched the British Chef and food travel writer, Rick Steins’s tour of Mexico. A multi-series across Mexico, about food, markets, local culture and so on. What a richness of food and culture. If I was a Mexican and if corruption was contained and eliminated, I would hightail it back back home. We know that some regions in Mexico have been depopulated by immigration to the US because of governance problems.

    If Obrador can make headway on these issues, he may make Mexico great. Also never underestimate illegal Mexican immigrants to the US have not absorbed some elements of the legal and constitutional principles of the US. After all they have relied on them to stay in the US. If they went home they might help to improve their country, and as far as I have seen a great food and proud cultural traditions.

    Just some thoughts…..

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    • starfcker says:

      Corruption is their cultural tradition

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      • A2 says:

        If it was necessarily their ‘tradition’ it was a way of life that is past its sell-buy date. I think, even socialist Obrador wants this gone, that’s why he won the election. Perhaps we should think, after he has approved the USMCA, he gets it.

        For now I’m leaning optimistic. No regime can long stand countenancing corruption as a way of national life. And yes, culture matters, I doubt the majority of Mexicans who voted for Obrador did so because he was going to be more of the same old.

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        • bertdilbert says:

          Corruption is seen as a job benefit and a way of life. When you attack corruption, you are attacking job benefits. It goes from the mayor to the street cop. It is like a Greek evading taxes. I think it would be more like banning alcohol in the US. Drinking remained a big business but just moved to the speakeasy.

          You could look at it this way, in Mexico, everyone is a congressperson.

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          • A2 says:

            No I don’t look at it that way. Corruption needs to end, however they achieve it. Mexico has vast potential for its people if they shut down the corruption on both sides of the border. A tough job, but Obrador and the Senate seem to get it. Their future is in their hands, but I see this as a positive move.

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  31. JustScott says:

    Maybe A2 can shed more light on this? I don’t understand if the source is CN or not.

    “It is no secret that China is suffering huge losses in many of its investments that are funded in US dollar and Hong Kong dollar-denominated borrowings in the international markets, which are likely to keep expanding each year.”

    “analysts believe China’s reserves may be insufficient to pay for its massive imports and debt payments in response to a worse-case scenario caused by the ongoing trade war with the United States…”

    https://www.scmp.com/print/economy/china-economy/article/3015049/chinas-concern-over-possible-us-dollar-shortage-risk-forcing

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    • A2 says:

      It is true, and I have indicated as much months ago. It is now entering the mainstream. Some folks here, who have no understanding how China’s system works tried to argue that it wasn’t true. If the trade war continues, China may be forced to sell some or all their USTs to fund their current account deficit. Problems were there before things hotted up, but the sanctions and tariffs are making a huge impact. Once the dosh and supply chains relocate, they will not come back.

      Good.

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      • A2 says:

        I kept telling people here that China is running out of USD that they need to settle accounts and support their financial system.

        If you look at the data on consumer spending on appliances and such there is no way that the Chinese official data supports an increase of 8 %. It is a lie.

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        Dosh?

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      • Dutchman says:

        A2,
        I’m on board, and in last couple of days have been thinking China can’t hang till 2020, so ‘holding out’and hoping PDJT loses, is no longer an option.

        Just a,…feeling. Because books have been cooked by CCP since,..well forever really, we can’t know how bad it is, but CCP can.

        You know at a certain point that you are ‘going bankrupt’, well before you actually do. Outgo greater than ingo, eat up savings to fill the shortfall.

        Hmm, if I continue doing this, and nothing changes, I will exhaust my reserves in X months, and then be unable to meet my obligations.

        They can print more $, which devalues and leads to hyperinflation, but like kiting a check only puts off the end.

        When your in that situation, reality has a way of cutting through denial.As we have seen, Countries CAN “go bankrupt”.

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        • A2 says:

          You are correct in broad terms. China at the macro and local levels is in dire straits. The trade tariffs have exacerbated their internal contradictions. That’s why the Qiushi CCP Party organ published their required reading for all cadres. I haven’t translated all of it only a snippet that related to the US China trade war here. The rest is eye opening.

          There was much more there, specifically, Xi Jinping thought that now all Chinese consulate personnel have to spend their summer around the world to study. They prominently want Mao’s essay ‘On Liberalism’ studied.

          So from the organ of the CCP, contradicts any China will cave to the US. unless. He finds a way to obfuscate the challenges to his line, things may get interesting

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            A2

            Should one canary in the coal mine for China
            be high end residential real estate?

            Like if everything that is absurdly overpriced
            in many areas suddenly starts being put on the
            market?

            The biggest example that comes to mind is
            Vancouver, BC. The Chinese bought up
            everything in the “good” locations, and the
            prices skyrocketed. You’d know better then I
            if these Chinese are tied to the current regime.
            Or if they are ones that made their pile, and
            moved on.

            If this was tied to the regime, then we might
            see fire sales. Something else interesting might
            also start occurring.

            The US COC ( which is tied to China by the
            hip) was by far the biggest contributors to Congress.

            The only other entity that was in the same league
            was Realtors. Was that fact due to money from
            China? Invest in desirable coastal areas, make the
            prices ( and commissions) red hot.

            See if the campaign contributions from Realtors
            takes a dive once China starts feeling the hurt.

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            • This is a very interesting theory. I have been thinking about retiring to a particular city where I spent my 20’s. For over 1 year I’ve been eyeing real estate prices. One detail that I’ve noticed is the explosion of $1 million to $3 million dollar homes that have been put on the MLS. I couldn’t figure out what was going on but I think that your hypothesis could explain a lot. This city is only 4 hours east of San Francisco and would be an ideal place for the Chinese to buy up.

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          • Padric says:

            Hi A2,
            First things first: Thanks for all the China related info you provide. Having that information certainly helps in discerning the truth of what they do.
            I did have a quick question though. I seem to remember reading about and listening to various shows back around circa 2012-ish that China was facing a credit/housing bubble that made our 2008 bubble burst look like small potatoes but that they were just putting on band-aids and kicking the can down the road rather than dealing with the actual problem. So, first, am I right in remembering that and second, if I am right, is this still an issue for them? Thanks again!

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  34. Troublemaker10 says:

    In New Bill, Sen. Josh Hawley Warns Big Tech: Stop Political Censorship Or Lose Your Precious Legal Immunity
    https://thefederalist.com/2019/06/19/new-bill-sen-josh-hawley-warns-big-tech-stop-political-censorship-lose-precious-legal-immunity/

    Excerpt:

    Hawley’s Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act would amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act “to encourage” major tech platforms “to provide content moderation that is politically neutral.”

    “Under Hawley’s bill,” Fox News reported, “big tech firms would have to provide evidence to the FTC proving that their algorithms and content-removal practices are neutral.

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  35. Vito Romano says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/us-navy-drone-shot-down-by-iranian-missile-over-strait-of-hormuz-source

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  36. fred5678 says:

    I admit it — I am FOR reparations!!!!!!

    I believe that every African-American living today who benefits from our free society, with amazing career opportunities for success in the typical business world, not to mention the millionaires in the NBA, NFL, rap, hip-hop, etc., etc. should pay reparations to the descendants of the hundreds of thousands of white Union soldiers who gave their lives to end slavery.

    (do I really need a /sarc ???)

    And feel free to send this suggestion to the Democrat House members discussing reparations.

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  37. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    Posted this on the other thread.

    The question was asked…..Will there be enough of us to help the President fight this battle.
    To win…to overcome the forces against us?

    Will be enough of us???

    We the people have become awakened.

    Awakened to the lies of the MSM.
    Awakened to Congress
    Awakened to the Globalists
    Awakened to Everything.

    Our President has awakened us.
    Sundance has provided us the ammunition.

    We are informed, intelligent, God fearing, we love our President, our Country, and we are armed.

    That’s why they are in a panic. I say “They” because they are now so easily identified.
    The “Truth” cannot be hidden, covered over, or ignored.

    Even here. The trolls try to pass on their negativity to the most intelligent group of posters on the internet……..Pffffft

    Will there be enough of us?………The question should be:

    How many do we need? The answer:

    All of us……..we’ll be there…….guaranteed.

    Sun is over the yard arm somewhere in the world. Time for a beer…..

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  38. fred5678 says:

    CarpeDonkum on Nadler’s hearing on Hope Hicks

    Could there BE any more contrast?

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  39. A2 says:

    This is today. Notice, a Russian entity operating in Dandong. This area is key to smuggling into NK.

    Drugs, goods, people trafficking and so on. US needs to hit the Chinese entities harder that operate there.
    “U.S. targets Russian firm for allegedly helping North Korea evade sanctions
    2 MIN READ
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has sanctioned a Russian financial institution for allegedly helping North Korea evade financial sanctions by assisting a company linked to Pyongyang’s primary foreign exchange bank, the U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday.

    U.S. officials targeted Russian Financial Society and accused it of opening multiple bank accounts for Dandong Zhongsheng Industry & Trade Co. Ltd, which is owned and controlled by North Korea’s Foreign Trade Bank (FTB).

    FTB and its chief representative in Moscow Han Jang Su were previously sanctioned, according to the Treasury Department.

    The Trump administration is continuing its campaign to pressure North Korea amid efforts to reach a denuclearization deal, including the imposition of financial sanctions.

    Wednesday’s action blocks any U.S. assets Dandong Zhongsheng and prohibits any U.S.-based dealings with the company.

    “Treasury continues to enforce existing U.S. and UN sanctions against individuals and entities in Russia and elsewhere who facilitate illicit trade with North Korea,” said Sigal Mandelker, U.S. Treasury’s Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.

    Russian Financial Society gave bank accounts to Dandong Zhongsheng and to a representative of Korea Zinc Industrial Group, which was also previously designated under the U.S. sanctions program, the department said in a statement.”

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-northkorea-russia/u-s-targets-russian-firm-for-allegedly-helping-north-korea-evade-sanctions-idUSKCN1TK2JC

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  40. fred5678 says:

    Celebrating our veterans at a Tewxas Trump rally:

    Read the great comments:

    Liked by 3 people

  41. Ausonius says:

    Courtesy of a Breitbart photo: A. Occasional-Cortex unhinged again

    Possible caption:

    “YES! I will pinch Trump! I will pinch him REALLY HARD!!!

    Your turn! 🙂

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  42. Sherri Young says:

    Louie Gohmert from 6 years ago warning about potential FISA abuse.

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  43. Bubby says:

    https://spectator.org/how-the-gop-will-retake-the-house-in-2020/

    FTA “The Democrats, despite their exaggerated claims about the fabled “blue wave” of 2018, have a very tenuous grasp on the House majority. The Republicans need to flip only 18 seats in 2020 to regain control of that body — and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) has already identified nearly twice that number of vulnerable Democrats in districts won by President Trump during the last presidential election. Moreover, the NRCC will certainly exploit the all too accurate public perception that House Democrats have veered sharply to the left and accomplished virtually nothing beyond investigating President Trump and obstructing his agenda….the size and enthusiasm of the Orlando crowd, suggests that Democratic hopes of denying him a second term are pure fantasy. None of the Trump voters in those 31 House districts noted above are going to split their tickets and vote for a Democrat — no matter how “moderate.” The party of investigations and obstruction is due for yet another sojourn in the political wilderness.”

    I’m praying that this analysis is correct and will happen come November 2020! But ballot harvesting aka voter fraud has been perfected by the Democrats. As more and more illegals get drivers licenses more and more illegals will be voting. If New York doesn’t have a disclaimer on the drivers license like California that it’s not to be used for identification purposes then I hope some other ID would be required to vote in the Federal election but I doubt that will happen. The California ID disclaimer is probably ignored in Democrat controlled voting precincts in any event. Godspeed President Trump!

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  44. Dora says:

    When listening to the news about the drone shot down by Iran, remember this article from the other day:

    ==

    Obama staffers advise Iranian officials to declare war to ensure Trump loses next election so next president will renewed the nuclear deal

    Former Obama officials are working with the Europeans, Chinese and above all the Iranians to undermine US foreign policy under Trump.

    https://www.usapolitico.com/2019/06/obama-staffers-advise-iranian-officials.html

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  45. freespeechfanatic says:

    The slow inexorable purge of the conservative voice in the American culture.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/06/tucker-carlson-warns-trump-on-tech-censorship-you-will-not-be-reelected-if-your-supporters-cannot-speak-freely-video/

    The real “tick tock.”

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  46. Git-R-Done says:

    It’s past time for the President to call these “conservative” traitors out by name. They are destroying our nation at least as fast as the Democrats.

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  47. Dora says:

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  48. Ilcon says:

    Racist calls racist, racist for working with racists.

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