July 23rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #915

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935 Responses to July 23rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #915

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

    Love that Honey Badger grin. 😁

    Liked by 7 people

  2. Skippy says:

    Thank goodness for Rudy. To me, he’s a truth sayer.

    TRENDING: DONALD TRUMP MUELLER HEARING IMPEACHMENT BUDGET DEAL SPONSORED: IRAN: THE UNTOLD STORY

    TheHill.com
    Giuliani: Anything new during Mueller’s testimony would be ‘highly questionable’
    https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/454209-giuliani-anything-new-to-come-out-of-mueller-testimony-would-be-highly

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  3. ilcon says:

    Gee I wonder why.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jbt says:

      Seems like Assange’s revelation radically altered the dynamic in that case. Good!! Now let’s get to the truth behind this hit job.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Should I thereby assume that Butowsky’s lawsuit has merit now?

      Is it just the renewed attention, because it seems like this must have been known to the two parties here before.

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    • parleyvous says:

      Does not seem like a win. Lawsuit would have proven Seth Rich involvement and FBI coverup.

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  4. NJF says:

    Yup it’s gonna be a sh$tshow.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Deplore Able says:

      Zebley was Mueller’s chief of staff when Mueller was FBI director and was also on Mueller’s Special Counsel team.

      It would seem to me that Zebley can’t act as Mueller’s personal counsel at the hearing. As a member of the Special Counsel team he is potentially a fact witness as to what went on. You can’t serve as counsel to someone if you are a fact witness.

      In any event, Zebley’s testimony should be restricted to what is contained in the Special Counsel Report, just as Mueller is restricted.

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  5. I Hear You Now says:

    LIVE now – Jared Kushner at Turning Point USA training sessions for young people … this one in Washington DC (we had one in the Dallas area a few weeks back).

    Liked by 1 person

  6. OhNoYouDont says:

    AG Barr says Mueller asked DOJ for guidance on testimony limits

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bubby says:

      Of course he did to limit/block Republican questions outside the report like about the Steele dossier and any contracts he had with Democrats or Lawfare before tomorrow’s testimony! AG Barr got played by the deep state or was it willingly? I guess we’ll find out tomorrow!

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  7. ilcon says:

    I’m not a witch.

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    • Sentient says:

      She’s a witch.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Guyski says:

      …Hoping that if I repeat it 3 to 4 times a day I might penetrate the field of lies created to keep some people out of the conversation… sounds like a spell a witch would do.

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      • flova says:

        Many years ago I ran into a woman who was a devotee New Age fan of Williamson. She read all of her Course in Miracles crapola. What was the foundation of Williamson’s course? I asked.

        Here is what she told me. ‘There is no good or evil, everyone is doing the best he or she can. No need for judgment. ‘

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Regardless, is she a socialist like all the other Democrat candidates?

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  8. ilcon says:

    Not me, T Bone said it.

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  9. Nick the Deplorable says:

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  10. Tparty says:

    New emails emerge in the ongoing investigation of Ohmar sham marriage to defraud the US government. Backchannel communications to shut down media scrutiny.

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  11. ilcon says:

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    • jx says:

      0.00605% of the alleged 10M illegal aliens. That’s six thousandths of a percent.

      Nothing to brag about.

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      • gmbliss says:

        better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. it’s a start

        Liked by 2 people

      • Peoria Jones says:

        They have to start somewhere. It makes perfect sense to start with those already convicted of additional crimes (many violent). Lock ’em up & get ’em out!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Bert Darrell says:

        What a nonsensical comment? If millions of criminal aliens must be deported one needs to start by 1, 2, 3 …

        Moreover, deportation figures are not designed for bragging but to show that the process is ongoing.

        Do people realize the shortcoming of their thinking before clicking on “Post Comment”?

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        • jx says:

          It’s an insignificant number. It’s pathetic. It’s so pathetic it is not worthy of mention. To understand what has been done and what should currently be done please see “Project Wetback” which President Eisenhower implemented.

          Look how far our standards and expectations have fallen when an eyedropper in the ocean is ballyhooed.

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          • Bert Darrell says:

            jx: I would expect the term “pathetic” applied to anything undertaken by PDJT to be used by a troll … and perhaps that is what you are. If that is not the case, you might want to look inside your shoes and see if some ants have gotten in there.

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          • What you are describing is battered conservative syndrome. The scale needs to be much larger but how ?

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          • Jx, maybe, just maybe one of the criminals they did pick up prevented you or your loved one from being their next future victim.

            I think if the situation is looked at, by us ALL, with this thought in mind, the number becomes much more significant.

            A journey of a thousand miles begins with one foot step.

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          • cjzak says:

            So you could do better if you were in charge, right? The obstructive events against anything the Trump administration has tried to do to thwart the invasion by the globalists and the Dems along with the desire of the left to destroy our southern border, which will destroy the America we love, are unprecedented. It’s a miracle PT has been able to accomplish anything immigration wise especially illegal immigration.

            Not to be accusatory, but you sound like you know more than the rest of us that this is all a very unsuccessful drama that should be a thousand times better if only PT had done something—not sure what and you haven’t said—else to make it happen.

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            • jx says:

              See Eisenhower’s “Project Wetback”

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              • Robert Smith says:

                See “different world” a long time ago.

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              • cjzak says:

                Don’t think Eisenhower was faced with what PT is facing today and how was the Congress then? Obstructing Eisenhower at every turn? How about the federal judiciary across the country? Legislating from the bench? Not comparable at all.

                Good for Eisenhower though. He took action per what he had to work with. Probably the last one until PT who had the courage to act in some fashion. Even Reagan made deals and unfortunately got played by the Dems false promises.

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          • Dekester says:

            Jx, IMO 3300 employers targeted is not an insignificant number.

            “Glass half full” and positivity such as PDJT inspires are just two of the many reasons why he is your President.

            God bless PDJT

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        • “Do people realize the shortcoming of their thinking before clicking on “Post Comment”?”
          Not before or after, foolishness is the new liberal wisdom.
          It is the reverse reality of the left.

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      • UncleGrumpy says:

        If they lived in your neighborhood it would be.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Lack s not all says:

        Some of those put in jail could’ve attacked somebody you love. It will be 100% success for you. So, think before you write.

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      • DJT2020 says:

        I honestly do not think we can expect a massive roundup until Trump gets re-elected.

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    • Ozark says:

      Millions? Must be more than 35 I would think.
      “Immigration operation touted by Trump nets 35 arrests”
      https://www.breitbart.com/news/immigration-operation-touted-by-trump-nets-35-arrests/

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        A bit misleading, as that was an AP article – not written by Breitbart staff. I see their Disqus comment section has finally collapsed under the weight of the left. Sad to see.

        Sure am glad we have CTH. Trolls don’t last long around here.

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        • Bert Darrell says:

          PJ: AP has been a left wing operation outfit for years, way before PDJT took office. A globalist mouthpiece, same as Reuters, AFP and many other international fake news distribution/propaganda outlets.

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  12. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  13. ilcon says:

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    • A2 says:

      What is interesting about this case is the evidence was collected during the Obama administration and he did nothing, just like he did nothing about China’s increasing aggression.

      DJT’s DOJ deserves a 👏👏👏

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  14. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 13 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      From reading the Twitter thread, a Green Party member?

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        He #walked away from the Dems but looks forward to President Trump facing criminal charges in 2024…?? He thinks some of the platform of the Trump admin is good –> Draining the swamp, for example. However, he is not on the Trump Train.

        We are seeing more and more people realize that the DNC is swamp and many on the left side realizing that there is a Uniparty and the DNC is half of the Uniparty. They are attacking (rather successfully) their side of the Uniparty. See Justice Democrats and their success for their side.

        What I admire about the Justice Democrats (and yes, they want to dismantle the DNC from within, draining their swamp and making their party politicians true to their platform v. DC Uniparty) is that so far the politicians they have elected are staying true to the Justice Democrats v. being converted over to the regular DNC.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          “He #walked away from the Dems but looks forward to President Trump facing criminal charges in 2024…??”

          He’s also acknowledging that Trump is in for another term. I’m also ok with allies for a cause and enemies otherwise.

          Republicans, especially the fake Tea Party types, I have a special hate. People have been trying to reform the party but they would rather lose everything, except their control.

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    • Conservativeinny says:

      Why is Isaiah Washington saying POTUS will be held accountable in 2024? I hope it is for all the good he has accomplished that the enemy dia has ignored or lied about.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        He’s floating the idea that Trump is protected by his office and not that he hasn’t actually done anything wrong. If he means “morally” held accountable – well, you can’t do anything about that because that is a personal judgement.

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  15. Ausonius says:

    Here is another link to the Teen Summit sponsored by Turning Point, an ever more important organization for the future!

    Earlier in this topic people were worried about certain articles predicting a Trump loss (e.g. Breitbart carried an article from Axios.com, which is a NeverTrump group, saying President Trump will lose due to “demographics of the future”) and the Death of Conservatism after 2020, because of illegal voting, unthinking voting, and young people being attracted to “free stuff” from DEM/Socialist candidates.

    Such articles are designed to demoralize us, because any prediction right now is as worthless as a weather forecast for November 2020.

    To be sure, we cannot let ourselves shrug and trust to Fate or Angels: We must take nothing for granted, and must be even more pro-active than the DEMS. The DEMS are – as we see every day – very much energized by hate and pessimism: our energy must be full of optimism and concern for the future!

    They will be signing people to vote DEM, AND they will be getting buses to bring those DEM voters to the polls…both legal and illegal voters! What will the Republican Party be doing? Usually the Stupid Party has done nothing similar at all, has not tried e.g. to hire young people to counter the door-to-door efforts of the DEMS by politely pushing the Good News of Conservatism.

    Consider this effort:

    This Strategy will require you to attend a Republican Party monthly meeting where you live and spend a few hours before the primary and general election either walking your precinct or making Get Out The Vote (“GOTV”) phone calls on behalf of a candidate. If you can’t commit to a few hours a year to save your liberties, don’t read on, as this Strategy is not for you. If the future of your country is worth a few hours a month outside your comfort zone, then please read on. “

    See:

    https://theprecinctproject.wordpress.com/

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ausonius’ link is the absolute way to go!! (“Precinct Project”)
      Coupled with Constitutional education, and virtuous representatives, that sort of program is our ONLY way out of this mess.

      For the education part, only a few are willing to take the time, but it’s a one-time thing folks. We either get involved or we lose!

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  16. ilcon says:

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  17. ilcon says:

    HuffPo and Forbes join ICO.
    3 Publishers Delete Pro-Jeffrey Epstein Stories After NY Times Inquiry

    https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/3-publishers-delete-pro-jeffrey-154828651.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw

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  18. ilcon says:

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  19. sunnyflower5 says:

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  20. ilcon says:

    ICYMI.

    Liked by 4 people

  21. I Hear You Now says:

    sundance retweet

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    • A2 says:

      What is interesting about this case is the evidence was collected during the Obama administration and he did nothing, just like he did nothing about China’s increasing aggression.

      DJT’s DOJ deserves a 👏👏👏

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  22. Carrie says:

    Does anybody know anything more about this? Top FBI agent who investigated the Clinton Foundation commits suicide…

    Liked by 1 person

  23. I Hear You Now says:

    sundance retweet

    Liked by 1 person

    • cjzak says:

      There are so many irrational belligerent angry people loose on the streets, especially in large democrat controlled cities, that is becoming a powder keg that will only take a spark to explode it into a very awful violence where people, innocent people, will be killed. Our society is being torn to shreds.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Robert Smith says:

        Because they never suffer any consequences.

        Now, imagine if you will, if that guy willing to treat two police officers like that what is an average citizen’s chances if this guy decides he has an issue with you?

        What does he actually have to do to get arrested?

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      • Dekester says:

        czjak,

        I was a Police Officer in a major Canadian city for 32 years and am “ no shrinking violet”

        But the way your P.O.s are being treated in your Dem controlled cities is truly demoralizing.

        The lack of support from politicians is staggering, and it will not end well.

        Twenty five years ago, our Police Dept, had its one and only serious labour dispute. Money was only a small part of the dispute. It was mainly about staffing and shifts.

        Being essential, and responsible there were no walkouts or strikes, but the members “ worked to rule”

        The city got rattled immediately..as the calls for service exploded. Routine stuff that the citizens took for granted were backlogged. Politicians pi**ed themselves.

        City hall got the message. But what really motivated them was that the members wrote warning tickets.

        No demerit points, or cash penalties. Tens of thousands per day were lost in “ city revenue”

        God bless PDJT

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  24. I Hear You Now says:

    retweeted by sundance

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    • A2 says:

      What is interesting about this case is the evidence was collected during the Obama administration and he did nothing, just like he did nothing about China’s increasing aggression.

      DJT’s DOJ deserves a 👏👏👏

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  25. Carrie says:

    More details about the relationship between Comey and Mueller…

    Liked by 2 people

  26. ilcon says:

    Has this been mentioned here? Tweeters send to Trump and staff.

    Liked by 6 people

  27. jx says:

    Pelosi talking points re Mueller. These baseless assertions will be “confirmed” by selective sound-bites extracted from pre-constructed, engineered testimony. Pelosi will then employ her “wrap-up smear” to sell the lie.


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  28. OhNoYouDont says:

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  29. ilcon says:

    Liked by 2 people

    • Robert Smith says:

      What the BDS movement means to me is that there will be great investment opportunities and increased returns to those investors that think about profit.

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  30. Nick the Deplorable says:

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  31. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 4 people

    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      WHOOPSIE!

      So, wonder if anyone out there might need to be just a little worried?

      Nothing to see here, right, Mark? Jack? Mr. Schwartz?

      Nah. Move along, folks, move along…

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        Hey, here’s my broad review: Yes. They’re unlawfully stifling competition. They’re also violating a bunch of other stuff you should have addressed by now, too.

        You’re welcome, DOJ. Now show me some results, and quit wasting my time and money.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      This is the tech Nutcracker.These issues existed before but they kept putting themselves in the spotlight with their Social Media bias and censorship. These things usually take a while but they would be unwise to continue as they do.

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  32. ilcon says:

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  33. Katherine McCoun says:

    Chris Matthews, Mr. Tingle Toes, no longer claims to be a journalist, does he? His show is 100% opinion as he demonstrates in this video clip featured on gateway pundit
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/07/msnbcs-chris-matthews-and-guest-claim-maga-movement-is-a-white-identity-cult-that-rejects-american-values/

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Pluralism & Multiculturalism – are not “American” Values as the clip above states multiple times!
      No! Out of Many – ONE!!!
      We are Pro American Culture — just not the leftist ideal of what they want us to be. We are NOT a democracy nor are we a country of many cultures.

      American culture is many ethnicities, backgrounds, countries of origin – coming together to develop and maintain One Culture that is based on Western Civ, Christianity, the cultural revolution known as the American Revolution of which the American Revolutionary War/American War for Independence was only part. It is work ethic, freedom, independence, responsibility for family and community and doing the right thing.

      All races welcome to join our culture – but not destroy it nor replace it.

      Yes, we have subcultures that are both regional/geographic and that are by inheritance of cultures/countries of family origin. Those sub cultures add to and blend into our dominate, American culture –>> but they must blend into the One.

      And the One has nothing to do with race. Although it was founded by Europeans, all are welcome to join.

      I guess if one associates only whiteness with traditional American culture then it would seem like a “white” movement. But that is only because leftist are wanting to replace American Christian, Western Civ and American values and ethics that set a goal of universal freedom that has been realized through the years. It was a dream given to the world by white men for all to be free and who then fought to make it true.

      I guess if you think that America’s culture is what leftists define it to be including a democracy v. a democratically elected Republic, multicultural v. many coming together to make One – then, yes, we are against your leftist, socialist dangerous dem vision – but your vision is NOT America…it is only the America you are trying to created.

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      • rashomon says:

        This one’s for you, Katherine. As you suggest, you can’t have massive immigration and promote Balkanization without killing the Republlic.

        Interview with David Azerrad, Heritage Foundation, brought to us by The Epoch Times’ American Thought Leaders:

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    • Ought too have the convention Here in Wilmington, OR Greenville, N.C.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      The term “lawmaker” applied to a current demoRat representative is outdated, as the species disappeared years ago. There is a surviving mutant, however, commonly referred to as “rabid communist”, characterized by suffering from irreversible Trump-derangement syndrome.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Why give them money? Pull out and thank the Mayor.

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    • alligatriot says:

      Cancel and find another location.

      THEN –

      President Trump holds a rally in Charlotte the day before the convention.

      KAG!

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      DemoRats always interfering with private business. For them dirty politics comes always before benefit for the people. Do they know how much income is locally generated by a national party convention? Obviously not or they don’t care.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      All the more reason to have it there, don’t let those folks create no-go zones for Republicans!!!

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  34. ilcon says:

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  35. ilcon says:

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    • Carrie says:

      good questions like- do you have any Jewish people on staff? Do you believe in sharia law? Can a woman easily obtain a divorce under sharia law like you did? Is it legal to marry your brother under sharia law???

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Have you donated to any groups classified as terrorist or supporting terrorism?

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  36. NJ and it’s “Progressive” fruitcake Governor “Sanctuary Phil” Murphy (not to mention his equally corrupt & incompetent AG) get a free ride in national news being outshone in idiocy by their Left Coast California counterparts. This is what happens WHEREVER & WHENEVER democrats / progressives / statists and other garden variety leftists get in power.
    ==============
    Dozens of state workers fired from N.J. agency after review finds they were improperly hired

    https://www.nj.com/politics/2019/07/dozens-of-state-workers-fired-from-nj-agency-after-review-finds-they-were-improperly-hired.html

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  37. smashingzwan says:

    Hey fellow conservatives… I need to vent.

    I don’t trust FOX further than I can throw them, but I do frequent their comment section to do my part in fighting back the darkness with objective facts and reasoned analysis (I know… I’m a glutton for punishment).

    In the past months, I’ve noticed a disturbing behavior of the comments section there. Posts will be moderated, or deleted, or whatever, but they will still show up to you when you revisit that article.

    I watched live as a post I had written was deleted after several people had already replied.
    When I refreshed the page, my comment was magically there, but with no replies.
    I’ve seen this happen repeatedly over the past two months.
    I feel obligated to confront these people, but I have no forum on which to do it fairly.
    I want to surround myself by people who disagree with me so I can strengthen my own convictions and opinions and help them do the same.

    I feel like I can’t do it anymore.
    I feel like I can’t repeat myself anymore.
    I feel tired and worn down and unable to stand against the never ending tidal waves of lies and misinformation, and worse those who repeat them as gospel.

    I don’t know what to do.

    Walking away from it seems like the wrong thing to do, but I don’t know if I can subject myself to it any longer….

    Thanks for taking the time to read this, if you did.

    Have a blessed day.

    Liked by 1 person

    • George1 says:

      Fox news is going off the rails. Don’t watch it much anymore.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Yeah, only you can see your reply.

      No replies because others don’t see it. It is a time tested way to get you to leave without having to ban you.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TreeClimber says:

      Sometimes we all need to recharge. It’s not humanly possible to fight non-stop without a break. (I have no idea how the Trumps do it.) It’s okay to walk away sometimes.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      An idea:

      Perhaps keep a journal, a written record of the date, time and content of comment, your observations such as whether or not there are replies, including how many and if they disappear, that type of record.

      Perhaps such a journal could then be used as an exhibit for any future class action lawsuit that covers abridging one’s freedom of speech if any such class action law suit arises in the future.

      Might take a few years, but might come in handy, especially if that is all that log book contains, just the facts, no opinions, but verifiable timelines and actions that happened. At the least it shows a verifiable pattern, intent?

      The worst that could happen? One creates great patience 😉
      And if it’s twitter feeds, didn’t some court just rule that not letting people comment or follow is also a form of abridging one’s freedom of speech? That would go toward getting rid of the twitter defense that they are only a platform and not fall under the journalist mantle.

      May Blessings and Strength in Patience be yours.

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  38. Robert Smith says:

    PJ Media investigates Politifacts “Fact Check” on AOC weeping-Fence Picture

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/important-correction-aoc-was-weeping-over-an-empty-road-not-an-empty-parking-lot/

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  39. terry says:

    Well,well what do we have here?

    I hope PDJT retweets this and starts
    callling this crazed bitch a racist.
    Would be a classic troll.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      Well, well, well. December 7, 2015.

      Interesting, the anniversary of the Day that will live in Infamy.
      Memory says that practicing Ji-had folks like to use anniversaries of their ‘enemies’ to make attacks, even if just verbal. Was she conscious of that day’s relevance?

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  40. conserv. sc says:

    Sen. Kennedy is pointing out how disastrous the Kushner/Kardashian crime bill is.

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    • Eric says:

      Hey look, it’s my favorite poster! Hi conservative. sc!!!! How are you doing today?

      Still upset about Hillary?

      Liked by 2 people

      • jeans2nd says:

        Hey Eric, dot sc needs some help. Dot sc makes a statement attributing the statement to some Senator, with no link(s) nor explanations.
        Perhaps a kind friend might instruct the poor NPC bot how we do things around here.
        NPC bots are the most pitiable, are they not?

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  41. Posted on open thread, adding here too

    Bongino Episode 1028 43min mark says “Treehouse guys can’t stand us” insinuating Treehouse doesn’t give him accolades for his investigative work. Boo hoo Bongino 30 min of you promoting yourself and Fox is too much anyway.

    Sometimes while I’m working I listen to his drivel. No more. I’d preordered his book too.Going to see if I cancel.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      A lot of people are out there doing research and they don’t all agree because they are coming at it from different perspectives. CTH is fact and primary sources-based. Others depend more on sources to fill in the gaps. Anyway, this sniping is pretty petty because the story is huge and there is plenty of room for everyone.

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    • Yeaaaa. Went to Amazon and his book Exonerated has been canceled – I.e. Exonerated

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        Exonerated has not been cancelled. The book is due out in October. That’s when it was always scheduled to come out.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Thank you for mentioning this, Squirrel.
      Was listening to Bongino today and nearly dropped my teeth (colloquial!) upon hearing that.
      Sundance was the first one to highlight Bongino very long ago when Bongino made a speech in Los Angeles. Bongino’s speech was nearly word for word from Sundance’s research.
      Bongino doxxed Sundance after that in a podcast. And today the arrogant egotistical prideful Bongino tells everyone that everyone at the Treehouse hates him, even though Bongino has never ever given Sundance any credit. Putz

      Did not finish listening to Bongino today. Bongino’s ego is worse than Hannity’s, and that is saying something. And Bongino just lost another listener. Waste of my time. Bongino never told us anything anyway that Sundance had not previously told us.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I don’t listen to Bongino but I thought I heard mentioned on here that he has, at times, given credit to CTH, after the initial blowups.

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      • rashomon says:

        Conservative-in-Name-Only = CiNO? His yelling drives me nuts! I get enough of that from my progressive neighbors.

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    • gsobFIT says:

      I like bongino, but he got his start from SunDance and the CTH. He used to refer to this site when he filled in for Levin. He has started developing some original ideas on his own,
      Good for him. Ill take him over Chris Hayes anyday

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      It would have been nice if you had given the context of that statement by Bongino. He was talking about crediting/“hat tipping” people when using their work. He mentioned that he “hat tips everyone” when he uses their work “even people that don’t even like us. Like those Treehouse guys. They can’t stand us” He was not criticizing the Treehouse or blaming Treehouse for anything. He did not say Treehouse doesn’t give him accolades either.

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  42. A2 says:

    Li Peng, the butcher of Beijing has died. The CCP press sings his praises for putting down the Tiananmen protesters.
    Beijingers are celebrating

    🎆

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  43. Sorry I missed that! I have a special interest in how low character low lives, use fake reasoning to fool gullible women, children, men, and GLBTE people.

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    • In respondents to conserv.sc at 6:15.
      I never have problems with WordPress until I make a critical comment about the left, and then I can’t see my replies even though I can see the bell, and I can’t comment without logging in again

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  44. A2 says:

    First Russian-Chinese air patrol in Asia-Pacific draws shots from South Korea
    Andrew Osborn, Joyce Lee
    7 MIN READ
    MOSCOW/SEOUL (Reuters) – Russia carried out what it said was its first long-range joint air patrol in the Asia-Pacific region with China on Tuesday, a mission that triggered hundreds of warning shots, according to South Korean officials, and a strong protest from Japan.

    The flight by two Russian Tu-95 strategic bombers and two Chinese H-6 bombers, backed up by a Russian A-50 early warning plane and its Chinese counterpart, a KJ-2000, marks a notable ramping-up of military cooperation between Beijing and Moscow.

    That is something likely to worry politicians from Washington to Tokyo and could complicate relations and raise tension in a region that has for years been overshadowed by hostility between the United States and North Korea.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-southkorea-russia-aircraft/south-korea-says-it-fired-warning-shot-at-russian-military-aircraft-that-violated-airspace-idUSKCN1UI072?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Heard last night Merkel had Germany participating with China in an “emergency rescue” event, which turned out to include live-fire exercises.

      Am surprised Moon allowed firing on or at the Chinese. Think Xi will scare Moon into obeying like KJU?

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      • A2 says:

        I don’t care if Moon pees in his little appeaser pants. We have over 28k troops in South Korea.

        Maybe it will stop the squabbling between SK and Japan and refocus their attention to the threats they face, were it not for the USA shield.

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  45. snarkybeach says:

    NPR interviewed a Democrat on the Judicial committee. She’s looking forward to Mueller dropping some bombshells (lies) that will give them the ammo to impeach the President. She talked about her favorite nugget, McGahn refusing to fire Comey and then being told to lie. Where do they get this stuff?

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  46. TreeClimber says:

    Probably going to repost this tomorrow, since it’s so late, but here’s an example of why conservatives should not write off gamers:

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