July 12th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #904

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958 Responses to July 12th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #904

  1. OhNoYouDont says:

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    • CM-TX says:

      Can we make him take all HIS Guatemalan Citizens BACK HOME?? If not, we should!

      Given they came here ILLEGALLY, & remain here UNLAWFULLY. And for reasons that will NEVER be considered RATIONALE– we PAY his country for that BURDEN!

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  2. ilcon says:

    Wow..

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  3. DJT2020 says:

    rewind for Trump Acosta chopper presser. Paul Ryan got roasted!

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    • not2worryluv says:

      I’m overjoyed he resigned. Acosta did not seem like a leader, just a passive Bush hold over needing a job. Curious to know who recommended him to POTUS.
      Another problem solved.
      Not tired of Winning!
      Senor Acosta-Adios

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      • vikingmom says:

        I also think it’s good that he’s gone – but I do hope that if he was pressured into making the deal with Epstein, he has already told President Trump all the details of WHO it was and exactly what he was told.

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        • DJT2020 says:

          I am sure Trump has the goods. Another arrow in the quiver.

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        • Totally agree mom. Irregardless of who (if anyone) recommended Acosta, PDJT may have kept him as SoL because of the details of the 2007 Epstein deal. Acosta received lots of praise from PDJT on the creation of the Health Insurance Associations.

          I suspected yesterday’s presser was Acosta’s “swan song.” And it was a great “swan song.”

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      • The crazies have pushed for one after another of President Trump’s cabinet to be removed, I have seen pictures of their dartboard with all the faces/names. They rejoice as they push out one after another after another by slander, lawfare, innuendo, abuse of ethics complaints, or just plain daily assault.

        The result naturally is that it makes it more difficult for the Administration to run smoothly, more difficult to find good hires (who needs THAT!), and easier for the Urinalists to propagandize that this Administration has an excessive turnover.

        Don’t help them.

        If Acosta wasn’t doing his job to President Trump’s satisfaction he would have already replaced him. The crazies have put our patriotic President in a position where he is non-stop having to vet, interview and hire, as well as being forced to comment on the exits. And still he accomplishes more than any other President.

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        • CM-TX says:

          Not to deny PDJT of what’s been accomplished, & despite the VERY orchestrated effort against his admin.

          However those doing so, were clearly identified (blueprint in hand) long ago. They just AREN’T called out for their calculated interference in our Gov. Never-mind held accountable for the unlawful tactics they repeatedly engage in.

          So at what point do we stop making excuses for a repeated choice to NOT address it? Ignoring it only ensures it keeps happening.

          (Meanwhile, Epstein has made an offer of $77 million bail… a placeholder for jail. That’s assuming he’s not already on an Island somewhere, partying with his Dem BFF’s.🙄)

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      • He was an excellent Labor Secretary; I think it is a shame he resigned. POTUS obviously was ready to stand behind him. I wish he would have stuck it out.

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    • dallasdan says:

      This pleases me. Acosta may have been able to mentally justify his actions with Epstein on legal grounds, but they failed the standards of morality.

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      • Don McAro says:

        now that acosta is gone…Its time to expose the donations from Epstein….

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      • California Joe says:

        Funny, you don’t have any criticism of Barry Kirschner the Democrat Palm Beach County state attorney who totally let Epstein off the hook or the judge that let him have house arrest?

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      • By your standard no prosecutor who has ever made a plea deal has any standard of morality. Did you watch the press conference?
        Acosta explained that:
        1. Epstein was being offered a deal with no jail time & no sex offender registry,when the DOJ got involved and demanded jail time and sex offender registry.
        2. The case was weak because the victims were traumatized, not willing to testify and has issues that would make their testimony less convincing.
        3. Rather than traumatized the victims & lose in court with a plea bargain at least Epstein would be a registered sex offender & do some time in jail.
        4 The decision was arrived at by the prosecutor and concurred on by the DOJ team including Acosta.
        5. The local team not Acosta or the DOJ reduced the sentence, stripped the compensation from the victims & set the terms of the work release jail time.

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    • todayistheday99 says:

      If you jump to 23:45 you can skip past the NBC propaganda engineers and their pathetic spin.

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  4. Cold feet?
    =============

    Mueller testimony likely to be delayed for one week

    Special counsel Robert Mueller’s public testimony before Congress is likely to be postponed until July 24, two sources familiar with the matter told The Hill.

    The sources cautioned that the situation is fluid and is pending a final agreement by the Democrats on his appearance

    https://thehill.com/policy/national-security/452787-mueller-testimony-likely-to-be-delayed-for-one-week

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  5. mr.piddles says:

    In “Thank You, Sir, May I Have Another(?)” news…

    The FNYT says: “A Koch Executive’s Harassment in China Adds to Fears Among Visitors”

    “A Koch Industries executive was told he could not leave China. An ex-diplomat who helped organize a technology forum in Beijing was hassled by authorities who wanted to question him. An industry group developed contingency plans, in case its offices were raided and computer servers were seized.
    […]
    “In a very not-so-subtle manner, the Chinese government has upped the ante by detaining Americans at the borders and at their hotels, and with the obvious intent to send a message to the Trump administration that they can engage in hostage diplomacy if push comes to shove,” said James Zimmerman, a partner in the Beijing office of the law firm Perkins Coie, which works with American companies in China.”

    That’s a solid strategy from our Chinese friends. Cuz if there’s one thing **I** look for in a Business Partner is their ability to walk into a Board Room, lock the door, and hold me at gunpoint. And the good ones will take some of my money while they’re at it.

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    • If you don’t want a foreign state bothering you in your hotel room, make it in America!

      Plus, instead of shipping your product 10,000 miles by sea just to save a few bucks on labor, you can receive much more well-made products that arrived from just across town. And, you sell more product, because the people who are employed by that “factory across town” have jingle in their pocket and are glad not to have to buy “Cheap Chinese Crap™” anymore!

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    • MAGADJT says:

      And people shouldn’t be surprised that a Communist regime is acting like a Communist regime.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Free Speech says:

      Maybe Kochs started lobbying China to have open borders, and found out that ain’t the way it works over there.

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    • “walk into a Board Room, lock the door, ”

      Fifty Shades of Matt Lauer.

      They ALL do what they think they can get away with….

      Until they get punched in the nose.

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    • Donald says:

      @Mr Piddles (love the name!)
      I frankly don’t believe the report. It’s merely another made-up story that the Left has the privilege of perpetrating because they enjoy the loving embrace of the DNC Media Complex which always prints as fact what our creepy leftists claim.
      As a matter of fact, conservatives can just as easily perpetrate hoaxes against the Left by placing posters of Donald Trump in public places, then disguise themselves as Antifa criminals and deface the posters, notify the press, insist on hate crimes prosecutions etc.
      Or go around placing nooses on trees with placards attached showing conservative politicians and then run to media and police!
      But of course, if that were to happen, the DNC Media Complex and the police would rightly claim that ‘the perpetrators cannot be rightly determined,’ and hence no hate crime can be filed.
      It’s insane!!!

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      • mr.piddles says:

        When my great grandparents on my father’s side came here from the Old Country, they wanted to change the name from Piddlestein to Piddlesworth just to give it sort of a “Blue Blood flavor”, if you will. They couldn’t decide, so just shortened it to Piddles.

        That’s all nonsense, of course. And as you (and others) have rightly pointed out — this FNYT article may very well be nonsense as well.

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  6. grlangworth says:

    Acosta sacrificed on the Fake News altar. Read those affidavits. Review the anti-victim shaming laws. …Those of you who live only in the ‘Now’ lose a part of yourselves every day.

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    • James P Ryan says:

      I do wish the president had stood up for Acosta. That man was in a no-win situation, he took over a case that state prosecutors had bungled, and I think he did what he could without further harming the victims.

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    • MDNA I says:

      NB: “Those of you who live only in the ‘Now’ lose a part of yourselves every day.”

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  7. butch cassidy says:

    Mueller hearing has been postponed.

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    • butch cassidy says:

      Now it might not be. Sorry about that. I should leave the breaking news to the professionals, who by the way I got that info from in the first place.

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    • OhNoYouDont says:

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    • Avi says:

      Takes time for Gestapo Chief Müller to polish his hobnail boots

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    • snarkybeach says:

      sounds to me like the traitorous Dems are going to have a surprise hearing where they will “forget” to tell the Rs when and where.

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  8. L4grasshopper says:

    Can’t quite figure Acosta bailing after his strong press conference.

    Guess we get yet another “acting” Cabinet Member.

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    • Acosta did his job as SoL, probably gave PDJT all the info he needed on Epstein and Co. Also gave that great “exit” press conference. I am sure his exit was already discussed with PDJT and planned.

      Acosta resigned to avoid any distractions. Also gives a small, false victory to the evil doers (my name for the left, deep state, dims uniparty etc. as they are all working together to destroy good).

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  9. Jason Ross says:

    Does Acosta’s resignation signal the wrecking ball to come… or just fodder for the media to joke about Trump’s “fine people”?

    It never ends…

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  10. webgirlpdx says:

    I have no problem with “Acting” Cabinet members. Those confirmation hearings are always a food fight. As in business, many are appointed to oversee divisions to clean them up and we know all that swamp needs alot of that.

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  11. ilcon says:

    Blowing bubbles.

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  12. Texian says:

    I’ve figured it out.. What is happening globally.. And right now in the U.S.

    If I were to tell you I would be banned from CTH forever. But to confirm without a doubt there is a missing puzzle piece.. And it will reveal the answer..

    Who or what group is currently in possession of the Spear of Destiny..

    Anybody? I don’t need “the internet says” this or that – I would like to hear your own common sense analysis/opinions.

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  13. John Doe says:

    I could not possibly love our President Trump more.
    And then the sun rises again.
    Thank you, Sir.

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  14. ilcon says:

    Pravda gets butthurt.

    Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      “Several of the social media personalities who attended Thursday’s event are known for spreading false information or trafficking in harassment […]”

      Yes, Monica Alba and Ben Collins of nbcnews.com actually wrote that with no sense of irony or self-awareness.

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    • Free Speech says:

      The Suthren Pahvuhty Law Centah hasn’t shut up yet I see, even after having their pants sued off.

      Liked by 5 people

      • mr.piddles says:

        Maybe NBC News will investigate the SPLC and publish a devastating exposé on their practices and operations.

        BBAAAAHHAHAHAAHHAAAAHHAHAHAHAAHA…. aaaahhhh! FakeNews.

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  15. gda53 says:

    As I predicted, Acosta has resigned. No great insight on my part – it was pretty obvious this was going to happen.

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  16. Zorro says:

    Hey Sundance

    Rex is seeking confirmation that it was Weissmann’s team not Mueller’s based on a statement by Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch on Hannity. Maybe they should read CTH? They could of learned this info long ago.

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  17. ilcon says:

    A heroic Playboy reporter defended CNN’s honor at the White House press briefing

    He did not hold back.

    https://www.vox.com/platform/amp/2017/6/27/15882094/sarah-huckabee-sanders-brian-karem-press-briefing?__twitter_impression=true

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  18. ilcon says:

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  19. boomerbeth says:

    7-11-19 Conservative activists in the WHITE HOUSE EAST ROOM

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  20. Perot Conservative says:

    No surprise here. How many border patrol corrupt?

    Liked by 6 people

    • alligatriot says:

      After reading the linked article, curious why you would slur the border patrol, since they are mentioned nowhere in the piece?
      Just an assumption or do you have some evidence of corruption?

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      • Perot Conservative says:

        I am sure the vast majority of BP are great. But I’ve also read stories where a border gate is left open, or others corroborating with the drug cartels. Huge money at stake, family threats, etc. Very complicated.

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      • California Joe says:

        Unfortunately, it was standard practice for the past twenty years, especially under the Bush Administration, to hire Mexican citizens (dual citizenship) living in Mexico as Border Patrol agents. Only after President Trump stepped in was it required that applicants actually had to have resided in the United States for the past five year. Amazing, isn’t it how we’ve been screwed by Republicans too!!!

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  21. ilcon says:

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    • bofh says:

      The other day I posted that I thought that Nanzi’s very public surrender to the hard-left would signal the start of a wild free-for-all in the Dem camp, replacing the normal stealthy back-stabbing.

      Their “caucus” has always been a mixed collection of grievance groups, usually with mutually-exclusive goals. Now, without a strong unifying hand on the tiller, they are coming unglued (and unhinged).

      BTW, note the forced use of the (relatively) recently-coined term “Justice Dems” to try to force it into general public usage and cement the identity that it somehow has something to do with “justice”.

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  22. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    If you’re interested in the Awan case- American Thought Leaders tonight

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  23. ilcon says:

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  24. wtd says:

    London-based lawyer jailed in the U.S. for lying to Robert Mueller’s FBI probe is barred from practicing law in the UK

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Real, substantive lie or the old process detail crime?

      Need to strengthen the story RIGHT NOW because all the other pillars are falling away.

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      • litenmaus says:

        Robert, VanDerZwaan was the first domino to fall in the Mueller investigation into Paul Manafort’s alleged unregistered work in the Ukraine. Manafort was working with the Skadden Arp law offices.

        VanDer Zwaan’s boss was Obozo White House lawyer, Greg Craig, who left the WH and went to Skadden Arp where a whole division was set up just for him. The Ukraine lobbying division.

        Anyway, VanDerZwaan showed up for his hearing on the charges of lying to the investigators and, lo and behold, he had audio recordings of Greg Craig instructing him……duh oh.

        In January this year, Skadden Arp paid a ransom of $4.6 million to the DOJ for their activities, Greg Craig was indicted and disappeared into the ether and Paul Manafort sits in jail. VanDerZwaan’s recording saved his sorry a$$ from a whole lot more than just a process crime so IMO losing his right to practice law in Britain is a justified punishment.

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  25. youme says:

    It was a State of Florida prosecutor who gave Jeffrey Epstein a plea deal. Epstein pleaded guilty to one charge of solicitation ( not with a minor ):

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/07/10/jeffrey-epstein-acosta-krischer/

    And the Manhattan District Attorney: ( the same on who let Weinstein off initially )

    Manhattan DA wanted to give Epstein a lower level sex offender status:

    The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office once inexplicably attempted to do wealthy pedophile Jeffrey Esptein a favor by arguing that his sex-offender registry status should be downgraded from the most-dangerous classification to the “least-restrictive,” shocking a judge in the process.

    Back in 2011, Assistant Manhattan DA Jennifer Gaffney argued in court that Esptein’s sex offender status should be lowered from level 3 to level 1. This was after Epstein pleaded guilty to state charges of soliciting prostitution from a minor as part of a secretive, sweetheart plea deal that continues to garner intense scrutiny to this day.

    https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/that-time-manhattan-das-office-shocked-a-judge-with-epstein-sex-offender-registry-argument/

    Manhattan DA Rethinking Campaign Donations After Dropping Harvey Weinstein Case

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/manhattan-da-rethinking-campaign-donations-dropping-harvey-weinstein-case-1049724

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  26. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    DC Circuit hrg Cummings subpoena (as guise to write legislation) to obtain POTUS “personal” financial records.

    The emoluments case just got shot down. So another harassment pathway is in order. HC Douglas Letter argues for Dems. One argument that POTUS hasn’t released his financials. Just. Not. True.

    When countered, Letter essentially resorts to “we don’t know if they’re accurate….garbage in, garbage out”.

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    • youme says:

      When this case gets to Supreme Court will Roberts question the motives of Congress like he questioned the motives of Sec. Ross on the Citizen question on the Census? Will he called Congress’ motives contrived and unacceptable to him?

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      • Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

        Why youme, are you inferring there are so obama judges or Bush judges? Because Roberts told us that’s a myth! 😉😂

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  27. Johnny Dollar says:

    You should have stayed, Mr Acosta. Your president would have supported you.

    But, I, and a lot more, understand the honorable intentions behind your decision.

    Fair winds and following seas, to you sir.

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  28. ilcon says:

    Fake news.

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  29. WeThePeople2016 says:

    On Mueller postponing his testimony, I said last night when Sara Carter said on Hannity the GOP had surprise questions for Mueller that the Dems are watching and he would not show up or postpone. Bingo!

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      The dhimms will be working overtime and over-the-top on the Republican staff to get leaks of those questions.

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      • Dutchman says:

        SURPRISE questions? This guy was head of FBI for 12 years, and he can’t suss out what ?’s the Republicans are likely to want to ask?
        Its very obvious what ?’s they would ask. I’m thinking his involvement with Epstien case, which he would refuse to answer, but still would be bad optics.

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        • litenmaus says:

          Dutchman, don’t overlook the Judge’s order yesterday ordering Mueller to cease and desist making the “unsupported claim” the Russian troll farm entities he indicted were directed by the Kremlin as part of a social media influence ops to interfere in the 2016 election….I’m thinkin’ that the right questions from the Repub members on that issue alone would be pretty awful optics.

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          • Dutchman says:

            I DID overlook that, thanks. One of the many ways this whole thing could unravel, is conclusively show that was b.s. from day one, AND that everyone pushing that narrative KNEW, from day one that it was,..horse manure.
            Don’t know HOW, at this point you PROVE that, unless they open up the NSA database, and see what all these people were saying to each other, back in the beginning.

            And yes, I KNOW about the,guys who ‘proved’ download speed was too fast for I-net. But thats too esoteric.
            Look at the lovers text; when the public hears/reads the conspirators IN THEIR OWN WORDS, its difficult to spin or dispute.
            Donna Brazil TRIED to say her email account got hacked, didn’t fly.
            Unfortunately, this resource our enemies used with devastating effectiveness (NSA database) seems off limits,to us.

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            • litenmaus says:

              Rod Rosenstein in a February 2018 presser:

              “The indictment was returned today because prosecutors determined that the evidence was sufficient to present these allegations to a federal grand jury. Our analysis is based on the facts, the law, and Department of Justice policies.”

              Then Rod turned the responsibility of the indictments over to John Demers at the National Security Division.

              There is a possibility Dutchman. that the NSD could help unravel this bs.

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    • Great observation! Mule Paddy and Co. (i.e., dims) need to rehuddle and find a leaker for those surprise questions.

      Damn where is Brazile when you need her. …oh yeah, that’s right, she is now with FNN (Fake News Network).

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  30. Perot Conservative says:

    Epstein: Listened to a short clip last night on YouTube with Ann Coulter on Epstein saga. Coulter believes there is something bigger behind this; and where did Epstein get all of his money? And Epstein had cameras all over. Blackmail.

    Former AG Bondi on Fox said the grand jury in Florida only returned 1 Indictment?!! Bondi says these cases are very tough to prosecute.

    Illegal immigration: An ex girlfriend’s (very liberal) daughter has a boyfriend who appears to be an illegal immigrant from Central America. [Facebook and Twitter.] They were supposedly madly in love, living together.

    All of a sudden, he is flying home, unsure if he will ever return. No reasoning posted yet. And he was sending money home every month.

    So I’m wondering if he got a new eviction notice, with teeth. $500,000 threat?

    (It appears his siblings and father are still here.)

    Anyway, good anecdotal news.

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    • Dutchman says:

      Anns like a stopped clock, occasionally right, IMHO. Had an interesting take on Vegas shooting, for instance.

      On Epstien, EVERY BODY is wondering how he got his ‘seed money’, and it appears that is Victorias Secret.

      Was it blackmail, willing participants, honey trap,…?

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      • What I’ve read about those who’ve peeked into his financial trail – as Deustche Bank may well have finally done – is that it isn’t that of an investment banker nor adviser. He seems to have received very large deposits from obscure sources, but didn’t seem to keep a “portfolio” as he routinely claimed. So, there’s an excellent chance that he was living off blackmail.

        Money gets people to come to your lavish parties. Lavish parties (and plenty of liquor) lead to “compromising situations” by those who don’t know that there are hidden cameras everywhere. That leads to videodiscs with people’s names on them. Which leads to money. Money leads to more lavish parties.

        Some rich-and-powerful men like Bill Clinton were embarrassingly susceptible to this because they, too, liked to abuse innocent victims and to be served blow jobs in their offices. But his “little black book” was stuffed with names. Turns out that lots of rich and powerful horny men don’t know to keep their pants zipped.

        But, those powerful men aren’t the plaintiffs here. It’s the girls. The girls. This should be about nothing but the girls, first.

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        • Dutchman says:

          I understand how it works, in general terms. The specifics are going to be disgusting, and take down many, which is why ALMOST everyone wants to make it go away.

          The ‘entrance fee’ for being a member of ‘the BIG club’, seems to be compromising information. Was Epstien just taking advantage of this, or something more?

          If the Clintons managed to skate on this, well, I just don’t know. Time to stock up on gun oil, instead of popcorn, I guess.

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    • ilcon says:

      Where did Epstein get his money.

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  31. ilcon says:

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    • It grimly amuses me that “Antifa” stands for “anti-fascist,” when their jack-booted tactics are “fascist!” Talk about spin doctoring . . .

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      • Bubby says:

        Mike it’s what the left does, the Affordable Care Act made healthcare anything but affordable, Net Neutrality was anything but neutral it put the Feds in charge, reproductive choice is really just infanticide, revenue enhancements are just taxes, investment in the future means more Federal spending!

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  32. I just watched POTUS’s presser by helicopter…are there any male reporters? All that I can hear are screaming banshees…sorry if that is sexist, I am a woman, but really, those screaming voices are annoying. I wouldn’t recognize any of them.

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  33. ilcon says:

    Insults

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  34. Don McAro says:

    Acosta…If I was President Trump, I would have said…
    as soon as democrats remove the 3 clowns in Virgina, I will follow suit…otherwise go fish

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  35. Bogeyfree says:

    So why would Acosta resign after explaining how had he not stepped up the state of FL was seemingly going to let Epstein walk?

    IMO the only possible reason is because when the atrocities come out from the women and my guess is there could be hundreds who come forward that the outcry will be huge so he got out now and the anger will focus on the FBI, DOJ, FL and NY officials who did virtually nothing during the 8 years under Obama to arrest this guy.

    I really hope when Mueller testifies before the public hearing in Congress he is grilled on why his FBI did not act. Did they get stand down orders from anyone???

    The other question is did they every conduct surveillance on Epstein during his tenure as FBI Director and if so did they ever observe and/or record any Congressmen in close proximity with any of these underage girls and if so who were there?

    Remember blackmail and leverage is a powerful tool.

    It would be interesting to ask if and what the FBI might have observed if they did of Mr. Epstein’s actions and associates under Mr. Mueller.

    Can Tom Fitton FOIA any of this surveillance if it did occur??

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    • Dutchman says:

      It will be made clear that any question on Epstien is off limits, that the hearing is ONLY about mueller report, although rule will be enforced against Repubs, whereas Dems will have free reign.

      Still, just the optics are going to be horrible for Mueller and Dems. Idiots OUGHT to just let it go, but like Kavanaugh, they just HAVE to light the fuse, even though its gonna blow up in their faces,….
      Just let it GO, lou,..
      Just let it go,…

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I think the questions will be asked anyway.

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        • Dutchman says:

          Don’t even know if mueller will show.
          ‘Funny’ not ha ha, that Mueller and Nadler/Schiff are on same ‘team”, (at least thats,OUR perception) and yet they are,in such complex negotiations, to try to get him before the cameras and committee.

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          • Robert Smith says:

            Mueller wants out.

            He did all he could his whole life for whatever he feels allegiance to. He knows what he did and what everyone will soon know. He’s hoping they have other fish to fry when it all collapses.

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            • Dutchman says:

              He didn’t write it, he didn’t have much to do with the ‘investigation’, but his name is and will always be on it, in the history books.
              He’s a snake, that they coerced into his role, by pointing out his prior behavior would be exposed.

              No wonder he lives in the bottom of a bottle.

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    • Much like Comey (and J. Edgar Hoover before him), Epstein believed that his blackmail made him invulnerable. It is probably the true source of his improbable wealth.

      But, we don’t need to hear him “name names.” We need his ass in prison with no possibility of parole. It should be all about the girls.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      See, from this point on hardly any of the stories NEED to be true. This is the part when there is a media feeding frenzy and they will repeat, or pass along fabricated stories.

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  36. NJF says:

    This illustrates in a big way that the MSM has little to no influence over the general public.

    Finally.

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  37. youme says:

    And why didn’t the Justice Department follow up with Roberts request for a better explanation for the citizenship question?

    “Had the government offered these four justifications at the outset, it would have prevailed before #SCOTUS. I remain befuddled why the White House consistently shoots itself in the foot with poor legal arguments. They cannot depend on the courts to bail them out.”

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      They had Obama holdovers Deep State attorneys working the case pre Barr. They screwed around with it with Wilbur Ross. After SCOTUS ruling, Barr tried to change out the whole legal team. Obama appointed Judge said No you can’t. All the steps was explained yesterday. Blackman is assuming
      that the DOJ attorneys were on Trump’s side.

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  38. sunnyflower5 says:

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  39. ms Idaho says:

    I highly recommend that you all contact your congress critter and ask them if Epstein contributed to their election campaign. If he did, then ask if the congress critter knew about Epstein’s sexual perversions, and if so, why the elected official DID NOTHING to protect the underage girls from statutory rape.
    inquiring minds want to know

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    • This would be doing Epstein’s blackmail for him, and what good would that do? To me, the singular focus should be on “the girls,” not “the dirt.” They are the hideously abused plaintiffs here. They should not be made into political footballs – that would be precisely what someone like Epstein would want. There is ample evidence by which to speedily convene a trial, convict his ass, and haul him away to Reiker’s Island, never to be free again.

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      • ms Idaho says:

        Mike – I was only trying to get voters to consider Epstein ties when considering their next vote – along with a challenge to a congress critter ‘on the take’ to let it be known that we voters expect our elected officials to protect all victims of sex trafficking.
        it is only thru the power of our votes that we have any say in this matter.

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      • ms Idaho says:

        PS – they think we are stupid, uninformed and uninterested. We have to let them know we DO CARE and are paying attention

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  40. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  41. ilcon says:

    Do these people ever listen, but more importantly do they ever listen to themselves.

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  42. Piper77 says:

    I’m so sick of the lie that Trump called migrants “animals.” He was talking about MS-13 but I constantly hear it from the left and the media. It’s so disgusting. Fake News BS!

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  43. California Joe says:

    Funny how nobody in the news media is calling for the resignation of Democrat Palm Beach County State Attorney Barry Kirschner who’s connected at the hip to Schumer, Nadler, Schiff and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Why is that Captain Ron?

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      All the Dems, their pundits, and Nancy’s daughter have found the SUDDEN reporting of Miami Herald just outstanding…..odd how the outrage hasn’t reach Epstein, his friends, and any Dem.

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  44. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • Judith says:

      What makes Dan Bongino think that anybody will ask Mueller THOSE questions? This is a tightly controlled, fake inquiry designed only to feed the Enemedia hounds. Spin spin spin

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  45. Mongo says:

    Canadian government Press Freedom Conference blocks the only two conservative media outlets in Canada and tells Rebel Media reporter to not film her.
    And shockingly, the liberal media in Canada stood up and told Christina Friedland’s press monkey to sod off.
    Yeah, that Christina Friedland, Justin Trudeau’s idiotic purple dinosaur trade negotiator who was a journalist herself before entering politics.
    Al Jazeera was invited in.
    Rebel Media and true North media were told there wasn’t room for two more people.

    The Press Freedom Conference is about deciding which Canadian media gets the $595 million in government handouts.

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  46. Iron Lady says:

    Citizen Free Press saying Dan Coates being given the boot! Praying it’s true.

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  47. ilcon says:

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Is this today?

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Reps Lesko and Chip Roy are two of the best ones up on Capitol Hill. AOC and dems get called out in this video clip. However, am I the only one who thinks it is odd to see Congress testifying to Congress? You (Congress) have oversight, talk amongst yourself, but shouldn’t hearings involve “experts” not Dem rep sjw activists who went to the border one time (especially drama queens who lie) ????

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