August 14th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #937

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727 Responses to August 14th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #937

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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    • Nobodysfool says:

      “Kamala the Pandering, Hypocrite Goes to School” would make a delightful children’s book intended for Safe Spaces at college campuses and break rooms at social media giants’ headquarters..

      Kamala thought she was going to an Iowan nursing home to repeat the lie of Republicans planning to take away the healthcare services of the elderly. Kamala thought the residents would sit quietly in varying states of dementia and believe she really, really cares. All she wanted was a quick photo op of Karing Kamala. Kamala hoped her elder audience wouldn’t remember The Chosen One’s preference in treating the aged–give them a pain pill. But one resident did remember.

      Poor Kamala. What started out as a staged photo op to try and make her appear compassionate and caring ended rather badly.

      She wanted to be herself and really say what was on her mind but momentary political expediency didn’t permit her that freedom. She wanted to thrust her angry fist in the air and start lecturing those old, white people on how she wants to clean out whatever savings or assets they may still have in the holy name of Reparations. She wanted to call them racists for the crime of being born white. She wanted to lay blame for all the world’s woes at the feet of their walkers…..but she dared not.

      Instead, she condescended and pandered to one woman that still has the requisite capacity to see a scam artist a mile away. Instead of a tear-jerking scene Kamala hoped could be made into a sweet video clip at the Convention when she accepts the nomination, one very articulate, smart lady wasn’t having any of it. Poor Kamela. Today’s lesson during the nursing home field trip was, “Don’t urinate on my boots and tell me it’s raining.”

      Sadly for Kamala, things only got worse. She staged another photo op–gnarling away on a pork chop with bare hands. Certainly that was an inopportune moment for her climate change base that demands farm animals all become extinct–to hell with the Endangered Species list for filthy, flatulence filled cows and pigs. And then there’s those Iowa farms using big diesel guzzling tractors and chemicals necessary to produce grain to feed those soon-to-be pork chops. “How could you betray us, Kamala!?” her triggered snowflakes must be screaming in between teeth gnashes.

      “When will this hideous Fair in this hideous pig-infested state be OVER?!” poor Kamela has been overheard saying. Kamala had a very bad day at school….

      As Kamala was whisked away from the cornfields of Iowa on a climate destroying private jet, she harkened back to another photo op during the Iowa State Fair in days gone by that actually played very well because it was genuine. She recalled seeing Donald Trump arrive in Iowa on Trump Force One and children being taken on tours of the impressive plane. “Why can’t I connect with average, hardworking, law abiding, tax paying Americans like that?” Kamala wonders. Why, indeed.

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      • The only thing that I can say to the “Green New Deal” people is: “right now, you are eating well.” You’re sitting up late at night in a well-lit, air conditioned house writing your drivel on a laptop whose batteries are fully charged. You take these things for granted even as you plot to destroy them. Simply stated, your “radical plans” won’t work, and will never actually be taken seriously by anyone other than your sycophants. That isn’t useful political leadership. It will take you nowhere.


  3. citizen817 says:

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    • CM-TX says:

      They’re getting an early start on the VOTE Rigging for 2020…

      “Report: Critical Election Systems ‘Left Exposed Online’”

      | An exclusive report from Vice News claims that researchers have discovered that 35 critical U.S. election systems have been connected to the Internet for months despite manufacturers and election officials claiming that the machines are never online. …

      — Vice News explained that some of these voting machines are meant to only be connected to the Internet for a brief few minutes in order to rapidly deliver election results to county officials: |

      Also from Vice article cited:
      | But a group of election security experts have found what they believe to be nearly three dozen backend election systems in 10 states connected to the internet over the last year, including some in critical swing states. These include systems in nine Wisconsin counties, in four Michigan counties, and in seven Florida counties—all states that are perennial battlegrounds in presidential elections.

      Some of the systems have been online for a year and possibly longer. Some of them disappeared from the internet after the researchers notified an information-sharing group for election officials last year. But at least 19 of the systems, including one in Florida’s Miami-Dade County, were still connected to the internet this week, the researchers told Motherboard.

      The researchers and Motherboard have been able to verify that at least some of the systems in Wisconsin, Rhode Island, and Florida are in fact election systems. The rest are still unconfirmed, but the fact that some of them appeared to quickly drop offline after the researchers reported them suggests their findings are on the mark.” |

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        This is a challenge. Most of us are used to devices by default being connected.
        Toggling on and off is unusual.

        It may be human nature to leave these machines connected.

        From my experience, the city or county people controlling the actual mechanics of elections are partisan elected people. They are not technocrats, but must interface with the technical people.

        The technical people, advising what machines to buy and how to set them up, may generally be tech people with low knowledge of the election skullduggery that we have.

        This opens opportunity for skullduggery?

        A party guides and advises the local County Clerk? Who informs the technical person how things must be done?


        • Sherri Young says:

          The electronic voting machines used here do not even have internet capability. The data goes onto a card that is loaded into another device to be read.

          All the same, I vote on paper. Our former and otherwise excellent elections administrator came from the tech world and was highly supportive of electronic voting machines. We used to have discussions that never resulted in a change of mind on either side.

          If county is going to use electronic voting, at least have air space.


    • Boknows says:

      I like the tag phrase ‘Election Security’

      In our cluckbait world we live in, something as simple as a catch-phrases gets more of the masses aware of it and possibly talking about it.

      We are given ID from our moment of birth. It onky makes sense to confirm the ID of someone showing up at the polls to vote.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Why do illegal alien non-citizens receive benefits paid by tax-paying citizens and why does the system allow them to be ghost citizens that we pretend don’t vote?

      There’s plenty of other wtf questions that 90% of all citizens would like answered also. I wonder how many other politicians will see the light, guided by Trump, BEFORE the election.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I wish he could implement Voter ID with an executive order.

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    • In the Tammany Hall days, homeless people were routinely bussed from one polling place to another in exchange for the promise of a hot meal and a warm place to sleep that night. Lots of dead people voted, too.

      It’s very simple: if you create a ballot box that can be “stuffed,” it will be.


    • JG3 says:

      Must address colleges giving IDs that can be used for voter ID. Is there a way of knowing whether these students are legal or not? Seeing what colleges are doing to education, can we trust them with voter IDs? #s problem for Reps? Sure hope Trump Team/RNC are addressing this and ballot harvesting!

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  4. citizen817 says:

    Donald Trump Retweet

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    • L_Dave says:

      THIS is the main reason to oppose efforts to change the Electoral College. As it stands, if California submits a bazillion democrat votes, the damage is limited to their EC contribution. Without the EC, the cheaters in California determine our elections.

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      • Even in the Colonial days, several of the Colonies had many times the population of all the others. (No, it wasn’t as extreme as California is today.) So, the Founders determined that the States would elect the President using the same scheme used in the House of Representatives. (DC was added later by amendment.) In 2016 we saw the wisdom of that.

        A very modest “get out the vote” campaign in California could turn out more votes in that one State than exist in the State of Wyoming. Five States would determine the popular-vote based outcome for all fifty, and a President elected in that way would find it impossible to perform his or her Office. “(S)He’s not my President … (S)He’s California’s President!”


      • thedoc00 says:

        Need to expand that thought. Its the cheaters in major sanctuary areas where the Democrats control the election commission from local through state levels. Without a complaint being lodged at the local or state level, there is “officially” no voter fraud at those polling locations.

        So, that potentially adds major metropolitan areas, such as; NY State, Illinois & Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Houston, Miami, Baltimore, Washington DC, all of new England, et al


  5. citizen817 says:

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  6. Arrest Soros says:

    Here is proof that those Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey’s are Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys.
    At the link, a story about how the CESM’s made a deal with the terrorist group Abu Nidal in the 80’s to not attack France any more but CESM’s would let them operate in France to attack others.
    No wonder they’re so good at making perfumes. They’d stink otherwise.

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    • Mikgen says:

      My mother’s late cousin was an Israeli politician/businessman. I remember him telling us, during a visit to Sweden, that he never flew with Air France. The French had made a deal with the Arab terrorist groups, paying money to avoid being hijacked. However, one never knew when the French for one reason or another stopped paying, and then they would be the prime target for the terrorists.
      I never found any reason to doubt what he told us, and this piece of news is a late confirmation of the deals the French struck with the terrorists.
      Thanks for posting.

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    • Mikgen says:

      Here is a link to the original article in Le Parisien (for anyone reading french).

      The comments by the old head of DST are pretty disgusting:
      “And it worked. There were no more attacks from the end of 1983 until late 1985. Yves Bonnet showed satisfaction with the results during his interrogation, and he refuted the term “collaboration” preferring to call the deal “non-agression”. “Afterwards they committed terror attacks in Italy for instance, but that did not worry me overly since there was nothing in France.”

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      • Good_heavens_are_you_still_trying_to_win says:

        My uncle (God rest him) fought under Patton in WW2. Fought Rommel, marched through Sicily, landed at Anzio (the most heroic American battle no one knows about) and more … in short, slogged through the crap in the African-Euro theater. He always said there was nothing more dangerous than the Vichy grandmothers in southern France who would “sit in their basements and shoot us in the b*lls” as they made their way down the streets.

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  7. citizen817 says:

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    • Talking of Fox

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      • Um no not that one. This one

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          I am happy to hear this as well. Soon Fox will have lost the conservative talent that was their conservative face and it will be obvious to all they are not actually a conservative network

          Liked by 2 people

          • Sherri Young says:

            They have been getting some of their best ratings when Bongino guest hosts.

            Liked by 1 person

          • InAz says:

            The bad part is that Fox is, right now, the only major network that will allow Conservative hosts like Carlson, Pirro, Dobbs etc

            Without Carlson and the others there is no pushback on mainstream media to counter the outright lies of the Communists.

            Not enough people know about OANN, not enough people know about The Conservative Treehouse and other conservative sites.


        • Bogeyfree says:

          My guess is if he is negotiating his departure then he has a place to go.

          It would not surprise me to see Don Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle connecting with some other wealthy folks to create a new true news outlet and maybe recruit a Tucker and Bongino.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Yet, another infuriating article about illegal aliens destroying our country. Supporting illegal aliens in any manner is insanity. The general public knows this and will vote it. Of course, will the politicians do anything once they’re in there?

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  8. citizen817 says:

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  9. citizen817 says:

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Google knows everything about anyone that uses any of their services or has an android. If you really don’t believe the extent to which they track everything you do just read those cell phone ads you get when you read CTH, for example, on cell phones.

      Sure they say they anonymize data but you would have to trust that they don’t do anything else with that data. Here’s a hint…google is data driven and has always been. They will find other ways to analyze the data to get what they want.


      • Every other advance in telecommunication – telegraph, telephone, cellular – was immediately accompanied by privacy laws. (For instance, “wiretapping.”)

        But not the Internet! Why not?

        Consider what the reports of the illegal data-dumps told us – that they can track your car as it’s driving down the street. No doubt they can locate every phone. Your “Siri” is listening to you all the time; so might your refrigerator. If you actually knew what was going on right now, would it be “okay” with you? I didn’t think so.

        So, where are the laws? And, isn’t it time to repeal PATRIOT?

        “Knowledge is power,” and when it is hyper-accumulated and made far too accessible, it becomes a weapon of war.


        • Robert Smith says:

          Way back some contributor to the 2600 hacker magazine tested a EZPass tag. He found that it was continuously pinging nowhere near a toll booth. It was like a google GPS history of where you’ve been long before google built that capability.


      • TreeClimber says:

        When I got a new phone – before I knew about being able to transfer all your info over – my phone would suggest words to type that I’d said. Not even talking on the phone, just what I’d said. And I have the Google Assistant turned off. They tipped their hand with that one.


    • InAz says:

      I would not give anything to the DOJ!!!!

      This type of information needs to be given to someone trustworthy in the President Trump Administration, or to Mr. Jordan, Mr. Nunes.


      • NC Patriot says:

        The documents were submitted to the anti-trust division of the DOJ, One would assume that someone with enough smarts to “get the goods” on Google re plans for election tampering would have 1) kept a copy and 2) made sure it landed in the right hands (and not a holdover Obama lackey)


  10. citizen817 says:

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  11. citizen817 says:

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  12. citizen817 says:

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  13. citizen817 says:

    Why the raid yesterday on
    Epstein’s Orgy Island if not to cover up/ clean up?

    Epstein Detention Memo – Seized Safe Contents Include CD ROM’s of Victims With Other Suspects…

    Liked by 5 people

  14. citizen817 says:

    “Epstein Rubbed Out”

    The Deep State wanted Epstein gone and they weren’t about to let mere rules and regulations stop them. They don’t care if we’re on to their game—they will continue to be above the law and slap justice in the face. Bill Clinton gets away with it again.

    Stay mad, America.

    —Ben Garrison

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    • SKYJACKER says:

      Remarks of an American of “Influence” of his day, contemplating the slide of Germany into war in 1917. He contemplates his recollection to the news that Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austrian throne, and his wife had been assassinated in Sarajevo.

      The evening prior, this American of “influence” had dined with the Emperor, and was seated one person away… the protocol calling for ladies to be seated to both the left and right of the Emperor. Your get the point… but for protocol…

      “Lawyers and judges amount to little in Germany and we do not find there a class of political lawyers who, in republics, always seem to get the management of affairs in their own hands.”

      How long has this been going on?

      (3 min 22 sec)

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    • As Rudy Giuliani pointed out in another thread posted here, “prisoners know what to do with perverts.” “He was the one prisoner everyone in there most wanted to kill.” He was a marked man – and, I say, deservedly so.

      But you really don’t need a “Deep State” in this case. Prisoners and prison guards have daughters, too. This man’s unrepentant crimes were so heinous and outrageous that they weren’t going to go “unpunished.”

      There will now be raids of his island, and of his other homes say in New Mexico, and I’m sure the French will help us out in Paris. And we already know what we’re going to find more of in all of those places.

      Rudy said he was a “treasure trove of information” had he been forced to testify in Court, but I really don’t believe that. Once a liar, always a liar. Once a blackmailer, always. I say he forfeited his right to be alive, and that someone obliged him. Who cares who did it. Maybe this is the Orient Express and everybody did it. Anyway, “what needed to get done, got done.” Enjoy Hell, Mr. Epstein.


  15. citizen817 says:


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    • burginthorn says:

      ‘There’s also a growing appetite to take on climate change …’ another fake news operative parroting the deep state lies on Fox News.

      Liked by 4 people

      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Gov. Perry was great and factual with his responses, but that girl from Fox……total shill

        Ask you say….presenting Deep State lies…stating we should not be making Plastic……..


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      • NvMtnOldMan says:

        burg—Let me correct this—-There is a growing appetite to take on climate change AND GET RID OF THAT STUPIDITY ONCE AND FOR ALL .

        Liked by 1 person

    • Texian says:

      In response to the democrats and Fake News Media’s emissions concern.. Texas will start shutting down pipelines until further notice.

      We will start with the Colonial petroleum pipeline and the Transco natural gas pipeline gates that supply the Northeastern Territories..

      We will be available for further discussion on this matter after the coming Winter..

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Perry is right about plastics being a challenge these days.
      Between Hawaii and California there’s an area called the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch”
      It’s said to be twice the size of Texas, and there are other smaller ones around the globe.


      • Arrest Soros says:

        Don’t believe that crap about a “Garbage Patch” the size of Texas. Don’t ever believe anything environazis say. They all lie, they all exaggerate.
        Have you ever seen a large size photo of this so called patch? No, none exist.
        Over 95% of the plastic in the oceans come from Asia and Africa rivers. Third World shit holes don’t give a crap about the environment.
        Even then, most of the “junk” becomes homes for sea critters. Whenever something sinks, it is populated by sea critters almost immediately.

        Plastic is made from petroleum by-products. Plastics are carbon. Carbon is food for all sorts of micro critters. All plastics eventually turn into food as all carbon does.
        If not for plastics, we’d be using wood or metals. Far far worse for the environment and far far more expensive for everybody.
        Environazis are running out of things to panic us about, so they make shit up. THEY ARE ALL LIARS ALL THE TIME……. All the time.

        Best thing we can do for sea critters is to dump our medium and large scale rubbish like car bodies, car tyres etc into the ocean creating reefs for little fishes and other small critters to use as homes. Medium fishes will thrive on those little fishes and big fishes will thrive on the medium ones.
        Most life on Earth thrives on the refuse and litter of other life. There is no such thing as garbage to life on Earth.


  16. usnveteran says:

    ICYMI ~ ~

    July 28, 2019
    By Corey Lynn
    Is Jeffrey Epstein’s Zorro Ranch Insulated?

    August 9, 2019
    By Corey Lynn
    Jeffrey Epstein’s St. Thomas Network, Comms, And An Elite School

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  17. Harry567 says:

    DEMs are afraid of running against Trump economy. Now they are trying to make people believe that this economy is not that good and perhaps it was better under great president Obama. Here is fake news network;


  18. FBI investigating shooting at ICE office in San Antonio as ‘targeted attack’.
    Bullets reportedly tore through two floors of ICE offices and into an ICE contractor’s facility around 3 a.m. Tuesday in San Antonio, Texas.

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  19. citizen817 says:

    Only in NY would they even consider taking a world famous street name away, and replace it with 💩

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Bigly says:

    LGBTQ update – tearing us more and more apart from logic and God….

    As reported by the Associated Press: “Parents also can choose (gender) ‘X’ for newborns. New York City is joining California, Oregon, Washington state in allowing an undesignated gender option on birth certificates. A similar provision takes effect in New Jersey in February.”

    What percentage of Americans believe children are lucky if born to parents who will not identify them at birth as male or female? On the other hand, how many of us think such parents are engaged in a form of child abuse?

    Liked by 6 people

    • icthematrix says:

      I cannot stand these sick people.Political correctness gone mad. They are child abusers. What would people think if they were raising their child to identify as a dog? “Oh that’s crazy, that’s not a human”….

      Insanity unleashed becomes what it becomes.

      Liked by 2 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Oh, but they all believe in “science”!

      (And failed biology.)

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  21. citizen817 says:

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    • steph_gray says:

      32 percent is yuuuuuuuggge.

      No wonder the DementoRats are running their giant clown car of losers. They know 2020 is beyond them.

      (Yes we need to combat voter fraud, of course.)

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  22. citizen817 says:

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  24. Dora says:

    It looks like they have reached their ‘tipping point’.

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  25. jx says:

    Epstein Attorney: He Was Concerned For His Life

    was concerned for his life after an incident in the jail in late July that sources at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York said was an attempted suicide

    So it wasn’t a suicide attempt? Is that why his lawyers requested he be removed from suicide watch?

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  26. Alligator Gar says:

    I saw the link up above to the Antifa shooting into the ICE contractor offices in San Antonio. However, here in Florida, the same terrorists doxxed not only GEO employees, but their children and even said they knew where the employees (ICE contractors) go to church, live, shot, etc.

    Sooooo, why weren’t these violent domestic terrorists arrested already? We have the film, no need for protracted investigation.

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  27. jx says:

    2 Guards Slept Through Checks and Falsified Records, did not check on him for three hours

    The regularly scheduled guard as well as the substitute non-corrections person both slept on the job simultaneously? And the camera failed?


    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Ya..know….they should just forget about this Epstein crap….they will never find out the Truth….too many big hitters were involved….

      Look at it…..stories everywhere….guards slept…no camera’s on, the MSM everywhere with theories…

      Next we will hear…He was depressed because “the dog ate his paycheck”

      And now maybe a Special Prosecutor for what?
      So no election coverage will make the news?

      He’s dead…..OK…..good for the kids….If not….he is alive on some island somewhere.



    • Garavaglia says:

      Laughable. Next, they will claim the sleeping guards were cuddling.


    • (Shrug …) Must have been a loose wire somewhere. And, our guards really need their sleep. (Wink!)

      On the Orient Express, anybody could have done it. Hell, maybe everybody did it. Anyhow, “we got the pervert, and gave him what was comin’ to him.” Yeah, even prison guards and prisoners have daughters.


    • jx says:

      Both guards asleep, and both for three hours? What a coincidence. Were they both sleeping at the same location? Or at different locations and both awoke simultaneously? Where were they sleeping?

      There is no periodic check-in required as they make their rounds?


      • Robert Smith says:

        My question is when was the last time the MCC had a suicide in the unit Epstein was? It is only with that information can we reasonably understand this unfortunate string of simultaneous occurrences.


    • NvMtnOldMan says:

      jx—Remember the Vince Foster deal—the film of the crime scene was no good and the Vince was cremated quickly. Both cases smell.


  28. youme says:

    New York city bans its residents from transporting a handgun to any place outside city limits—even if the handgun is unloaded and locked in a container separate from its ammunition

    The Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to a New York City law

    N.Y. City tried to avoid a decision on the merits by changing the law

    Dem Senators to Supreme Court: Rule our way on 2nd Amendment case, or face possible restructuring

    A group of Democratic Senators (Whitehouse, Gillibrand, Hirono, Blumenthal, Durbin) just filed an extraordinarily vitriolic Amicus Brief in support of the Respondent, N.Y. City. The Brief was signed by Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) for the group, listing himself as Counsel of Record.

    Sheldon Whitehouse: “The Supreme Court is not well. And the people know it. Perhaps the Court can heal itself before the public demands it be “restructured in order to reduce the influence of politics.”


    • StanH says:

      Threats and intimidation this is what the left trades in, nothing more nothing less.

      It truly is a small group of people whose motto is “whine till you get it.” Look at that group of senators, nothing but the elite of wards of the state. The only real achievement is to convince enough people to vote for them for free stuff they remove at the point of a gun from their productive fellow citizens. “We work they eat,” They’ve latched onto the body politic their entire lives and are sworn to destroy the very institution that allows them to be glorified bums, the USA.

      These dedicated Marxist are doing what Marxist have done since time-immemorial, destroy, divide & conquer. They create nothing but derision, lies, acrimony, hate, darkness, hopelessness, mobs and this evil is their coin that they spread it like a disease. All ballyhooed by their dutiful MSM.

      KAG! …by understanding why the left is so hysterical. Their con is being exposed daily by our great President Trump.


    • Sherri Young says:

      So now these seditious senators want to Kavanaugh the entire Supreme Court.


  29. burnett044 says:

    There has been so much smoke blown up our arse ..
    that our buttocks could be legally called a smoked ham..
    and sad,but folks will buy into any thing

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  30. youme says:

    I am expecting a raid on this Google insiders home from the FBI cleanup crew shortly

    “A former Google insider claiming the company created algorithms to hide its political bias within artificial intelligence platforms – in effect targeting particular words, phrases and contexts to promote, alter, reference or manipulate perceptions of Internet content – delivered roughly 950 pages of documents to the Department of Justice’s Antitrust division Friday.

    The former Google insider, who has already spoken in to the nonprofit organization Project Veritas, met with on several occasions last week. He was interviewed in silhouette, to conceal his identity, in group’s latest film, which they say exposes bias inside the social media platform.

    Several weeks prior, the insider mailed a laptop to the DOJ containing the same information delivered on Friday, they said. The former insider is choosing to remain anonymous until Project Verita’s James O’Keefe reveals his identity tomorrow (Wednesday)

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    • NC Patriot says:

      Rush says the media will hype and hype “Possible recession coming” to try to drive down the stock market———he says underlining economic numbers are strong—-he says don’t participate in their hysteria. Another “get Trump” effort.


  31. youme says:

    Facebook Paid Contractors to Transcribe Users’ Audio Chats:

    Facebook Inc. has been paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe clips of audio from users of its services, according to people with knowledge of the work.

    The work has rattled the contract employees, who are not told where the audio was recorded or how it was obtained — only to transcribe it, said the people, who requested anonymity for fear of losing their jobs. They’re hearing Facebook users’ conversations, sometimes with vulgar content, but do not know why Facebook needs them transcribed, the people said.

    Facebook confirmed that it had been transcribing users’ audio and said it will no longer do so, following scrutiny into other companies. “Much like Apple and Google, we paused human review of audio more than a week ago,” the company said Tuesday.

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    • Louisiana Tea Rose says:

      This is the crap Peter Thiel was telling Maria Bartiromo about the last weekend on Sunday Morning Futures. I highly encourage everyone who hasn’t seen that interview. He lays out how these companies are working with the Chinese in developing AI, which is precisely what is described above. If ya wanna train that Facebook “genie” you overlay recorded speech over written transcripts and feed it to a program. They are not only listening, they are developing their technology.

      Scary shit.


  32. For Eyes says:

    Another day begins as Barr has still failed to release documents and has failed to indict anyone.

    Just sayin’

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  33. Dora says:

    They live in their own world. These are sick people.


    • Katherine McCoun says:

      While I agree the premise is illogical and off base, I admire the dedication to their own cause, the level of organization and the many, many activists who work hard and with passion toward their political goals.

      Conservatives could learn much from this.

      What if we had a coalition of retired GOP Congressmen who, instead of being paid talking heads on network TV, dedicated their name recognition, inside knowledge and relatively good financial security (Congress has a great retirement plan!) to various conservative causes? Or to organizing and training volunteers for any number of causes?

      We need some top down leadership that trains and organizes conservatives, helps activate them into productive and effective action.

      We need to study what they are doing, their methodology, then copy and improve the best parts and apply that to our own causes and issues.


    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Get the word out.

      This is a dangerous person.

      Lies convincingly, lies smoothly,
      lies frequently. The MSM will carry
      water for her all day long. Ellen
      will have her on. Colbert\s trained
      seals will be orgasmic over what
      she says.

      Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Black Power emoji?


    • Garavaglia says:



  34. youme says:

    This did not take long…another injunction coming?

    San Francisco, Santa Clara County File Suit to Block Rule on Green Cards
    Plaintiffs say move to deny permanent residence to legal immigrants who draw from social programs is unlawful

    Public Charge Doctrine: A Fundamental Principle of American Immigration Policy


  35. Troublemaker10 says:

    Only 10 people in AOC’s district have contributed to her re-election.


    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has outraised all other freshmen representatives so far in 2019, but nearly all of her reported contributors to her reelection campaign live outside her congressional district, a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings found.

    Ocasio-Cortez’s reelection campaign has reported receiving contributions from just 10 individuals living within her district in the first half of 2019, according to its Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings.


  36. Dora says:

    More dramatics. (Sigh)


    The Statue of Liberty in cuffs: Mural depicting ICE agents detaining the icon emerges in Vegas as Trump’s immigration chief amends the famous inspirational plaque on the U.S. symbol of freedom


  37. StanH says:

    As the World Turns. ” Will AG Barr bring some charges, and release the documents…or will President Trump say screw it I’ll do it myself? Will Bill and Hillary claim that their frequency on the Lolita Express was simply to go to perv island for R&R and catch some rays? Will Fredo self-immolate live on CNN finally getting those ratings that they’d hoped for? After years of searching, will the RNC finally find their balls? ” Stay tuned…As the World Turns.

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  38. ilcon says:

    ICE: Undocumented immigrants in Md. rape FRIEND’s 11-year-old sister on separate occasions

    1st paragraph.

    GERMANTOWN, Md. (ABC7) — Two undocumented immigrants are accused of raping an 11-year-old girl on different occasions, the common denominator being a FRIENSHIP with the victim’s older BROTHER.

    They frame the BROTHER as the link, which in effect is blaming the 11 year old victim.


    There is no such thing as UNDOCUMENTED.

    Liked by 3 people

    • covfefe999 says:

      Some excerpts out of order:

      In December 2016, an immigration judge issued Barrera-Navidad a “final order of removal.” It’s unclear why the Salvadoran national remained in the country.

      Barrera-Navidad was born in El Salvador, has four children and works for a demolition company. Up until his arrest, he was residing at his brother-in-law’s home along the 25900 block of Largo Court in Damascus.

      In 2014, federal authorities removed Palacios-Amaya from the U.S. for an undisclosed reason. The 28-year-old — who ICE referred to as a “repeat immigration violator” — returned to the U.S. on an unknown date.

      Up until his arrest, Palacios-Amaya was residing along the 18300 block of Quondal Court in Gaithersburg.

      Our laws are so f’d up. If companies were severely punished for employing illegals and if people were severely punished for housing illegals there would be very few cases like this. Add to the mess the “sanctuary city” nonsense. Meanwhile people are being killed, it seems mostly women and girls. Thanks Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats.

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  39. Sherri Young says:

    @ Sundance —

    Meanwhile in Guatamala, Nancy and AOC are set to try to influence Guatamala’s election.


  40. ilcon says:

    Abracadabra MF.

    Liked by 2 people

  41. ilcon says:

    I only wish he meant it.

    Liked by 3 people

  42. ilcon says:


  43. Ghost says:

    Observations from a smaller limb.

    How about we take a look at what is happening in European economics.

    First the four largest economies: 2nd quarter only by GDP growth ranking.

    Spain: +0.5%
    France: +0.2%
    Italy: 0.0%
    Germany: -0.1% 🗑🗑🗑

    Annual GDP for western European countries as reported Y/Y 2nd quarter 2019. Only those that have reported 2nd quarter.

    Spain: +2.3%
    Denmark: + 2.1%
    Netherlands: +1.8%
    Portugal: +1.8%
    Austria: +1.6%
    France: +1.3%
    Belgium: + 1.2%
    Germany: +0.4%
    Italy: +0.0%

    European countries that have lived under the wonderful world of socialist governments. Also known as the old Soviet Bloc:

    Hungary: + 5.1% 🏆
    Romania: + 4.6%
    Poland: +4.1%
    Lithuania : +4.0%
    Bulgaria: +3.3%
    Latvia: +3.0%
    Czech : +2.7%
    Slovakia: + 2.5%

    European Area over all. 19 : +1.1%
    EU: 28 +1.0%

    Other information:
    E.U. Industrial production fell -1.6% M/M

    Germany has fallen into negative numbers, Italy is on the verge and France is continuing a definite slide down.. Meanwhile Eastern Europeans are still doing well.

    2020 is going to extremely interesting to watch, PDJT seems to have this timed perfectly as noted by Sundance earlier. Can you see the wedge ? An announcement of U.S. troops moving to Poland from Germany, if done, will be a hit with a sledge hammer.


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  44. ilcon says:

    Dominican Republic.

    They’re not sending their best.

    Liked by 2 people

  45. ilcon says:


  46. MAGADJT says:

    New economic news out today is that the yield curve is inverted, which means that short term rates are higher than long term rates. Supposedly this phenomenon has a perfect track record in predicting recessions. Market is down big this AM as a result. I know the media would love nothing more than a nasty recession going into 2020. It just doesn’t feel like a recession is in the offing, at least in the US.

    Anyone with an educated opinion on this?

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  47. freespeechfanatic says:

    From John Solomon:

    “Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz’s team referred Comey for possible prosecution under the classified information protection laws, but Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors working for Attorney General William Barr reportedly have decided to decline prosecution.”

    What a shock.


    • covfefe999 says:

      First, you really don’t know if what Solomon wrote is correct. Second, you don’t know what’s going to happen in the future.

      Liked by 1 person

    • This isn’t new news. Horowitz identified what could be a violation, but it’s small fish. There are much, much stronger violations that one can charge Comey with. So they decided to throw this one back.

      You want to nail Comey for his many abuses of his power and position. For something illegal and big that he unquestionably did do. Hit him with the biggest baseball bat you’ve got.


      • franz dorn says:

        What did the DoJ get for throwing this one back within .00035 microseconds of the referral? How can this be explained in terms of achieving bargaining position?


        • lemmus1 says:

          He’s obviously guilty of the referral charges but they are relatively minor and depend on interpretations of the relevant laws. No Prosecutor wants to risk taking such a charge before a DC jury where 95% of the jurors will be registered Democrats employed by the Federal government or its contractors. An almost certain Not Guilty verdict regardless of the evidence would risk harming future prosecution on much more serious charges that Barr may bring.

          Note that the declination is reversible at any time. It’s a case of “not now”, not one of “not ever”.


  48. Zippy says:

    Ex-Fed boss Greenspan says ‘there is no barrier’ to Treasury yields falling below zero
    Aug 14, 2019

    Subprime Auto Loans Blow Up, Delinquencies at 2009 Level, Biggest 12-Month Surge Since 2010


  49. youme says:

    Trump urgently needs an EO that denies immigration adjustment, be it extension of visa, application for green card or citizenship, for anyone who has ever voted illegally in the US. Voting record is easy to find. This will end all illegal voting in the US in 2020 which is crucial if Trump wants to win.


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