Politics to Support Wall Street Multinationals – Democrats Plan to Block Trump Trade Reset…

On Thursday June 20, 2019, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau traveled to Washington DC for a meeting with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and democrat leadership.  After the political ideologues held the meeting, Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland tabled the Canadian ratification on the USMCA trade agreement.

It was obvious both groups of avowed leftists agreed to stall the USMCA for politics.

On August 13th White House emissary National Security Advisor John Bolton met with Britian’s Chancellor of Exchequer Sajid Javid, and the public became aware of efforts toward a six month post Brexit U.S-U.K trade agreement that would become effective on November 1st, 2019; immediately the day after Brexit was official.

On August 14th Speaker Nancy Pelosi quickly rushed a press release saying the House would never support that interim U.S-U.K trade agreement, using cover story of worry about Ireland/Northern Ireland peace accord.  Beyond all the talking points the baseline reason for Pelosi’s opposition is Democrats do not support Brexit.  Both the immediacy and the construct of the counter-maneuver by Pelosi were noted. [House in recess].

Immediately after the deal between President Trump and Prime Minister Boris Johnson became public; an intense international media effort began to push a narrative of the “U.S. heading to a recession”.  The group of corporate financial media interests; those who advance the interests of Wall Street and are adamantly adverse to a global trade reset; and the political opposition to Donald Trump, began using a recession talking point in unison.

There is a clear, albeit complex, timeline of Trump’s trade strategy that is evident to those who are following closely.

The confrontation with China is one part; the removal of the back-doors into the US economy (NAFTA) is another part; a looming confrontation with the EU over their protectionist exploitation of one-way tariffs is yet another part.

The strategy to deal with each of the three primary negative trade elements (China, NAFTA, EU) is clear within President Trump’s trade reset.

  • Bilateral deals with ASEAN partner nations and simultaneous crushing tariffs on China deals with one problem.  China’s removal of U.S. wealth and jobs is halted.
  • The construct of the USMCA, and country of origin for source material and strict enforcement mechanisms, deals with the second problem: NAFTA’s fatal flaw.
  • An reciprocal and barrier removing agreement between the U.S. and U.K; which can open a tariff free trade highway between North America and Europe; creates the leverage for Trump (benefit for Johnson) that begins to deal with the EU problem.

In the big picture President Donald Trump has purposefully stalled the process of supply chain globalization and cheap labor evaluation.  Trump is resetting global manufacturing supply chains, with U.S. incentives for relocation.   This is bringing wealth and jobs back into the United States (and North America).

In essence Titan Trump is engaged in a process of: (a) repatriating wealth (trade policy); (b) blocking exfiltration of wealth (main street policy); (c) creating new and modern economic alliances based on reciprocity (bilateral deals); and (d) dismantling the post WWII Marshall plan of global trade and one-way tariffs (de-globalization).

In all of these efforts U.S. multinational corporations, big companies on Wall St, are heavily opposed to President Trump because they have invested in those overseas operations.  Those companies facilitated the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs.

There is also now a clear alignment between those Wall Street multinationals, and democrats like Nancy Pelosi.   Wall Street’s ability to pay Pelosi and political leadership to protect their multinational interests; in combination with corporate promises of funding to Pelosi’s party; has created the unholy alliance of united interests.

That’s why Nancy Pelosi instructed Justin Trudeau to stall the Canadian ratification of the USMCA.  That’s the motive behind why Pelosi is working to stall, perhaps even eliminate, the USMCA ratification in the House.  This is also why Pelosi reacted so quickly to the framework of a deal between President Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

It is a political strategy and calculation for Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to attempt to sink the U.S. Main Street economy.  Weakening Trump’s China confrontation; blocking the USMCA; and impeding a trade agreement between the U.S. and U.K. are part of that calculation.

Prior to this week Hollywood was openly praying for a recession to weaken President Trump’s reelection efforts. However, this week we are now seeing Wall Street, and the media pundits therein, openly cheering for an economic recession for exactly the same purpose.

The aligned interests of Wall Street, media pundits and Democrats are all contingent upon harming the U.S. economy.  That is how severely ideological modern democrats are.

The democrats are willing to destroy Main Street in order to retain power.

There are trillions at stake.

Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

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291 Responses to Politics to Support Wall Street Multinationals – Democrats Plan to Block Trump Trade Reset…

  1. mortgagesforthemasses says:

    I didn’t hear about Polosi talking about the proposed U.K.-US trade deal until I read this article. It begs the question of why Nancy Pelosi is worried about Northern Ireland and Ireland when the British, who negotiated the deal with Trump, are not? Trumps needs to ram that one down her throat.

    Liked by 22 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      Anything Trump wants, the democrats will oppose. Thwart might be a better word. No, I am thinking sabotage would have the best fit. The resistance. I can’t wait for 2020 to throw these evil people out.

      Liked by 8 people

      • TimesUp says:

        There is more to her response that just knee-jerk opposition to whatever President Trump does. A US-UK reciprocal free trade agreement would be a dagger to the heart of the socialist EU which could very well lead to its disintegration. The fact she responded immediately to the news while Congress is in recess tells me her EU socialist partners never expected the UK-US move and they are very worried.

        I say perfect.

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      • Betty says:

        I want to see what the world would look like the day after the 2020 election if we had rigerous safeguards in place against Election Fraud.

        Some of the safeguards would be a National Voter ID that includes a picture and citizenship status and is only obtainable with proof of citizenship. Election day changed to Saturday and Sunday, paper ballets, no ballets harvesting, vote counting ended two hours after the poll closes, no more ballets can be counted after that and vote tally will be witnessed and recorded at the polling place.

        I personally believe that if we had those safeguards the day after the election when we can see with our own eyes what those lousy Democrats have done to us for years we would be ready to tar and feather any cheating Democrat who crossed our path.

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      • Dutchman says:

        I think its more than that. When you look at how hard the EU fought Brexit, and the resistance of all the usual suspects, I THINK it confirms that Brexit is sounding the death knell fir the EU.

        IF ONE leaves, they all start to jump ship. If you think of EU as “United States of Europe, its like allowing one State to suceed from the Union.

        More appropriate, think of EU as USSR of Europe. Allowing ONE to get out from under the onerous regulations of Brussels, and they’re all gonna want to go.

        So. I DON’T think its JUST opposing “Trump”, its inter related.

        I keep thinking back to when PDJT said to Merkel “Well, maybe we (the U.S. and Germany) could do our own trade deal, then?”
        And she acted like a school marm, lecturing a dunce, or at least thats how the media portrayed it.
        Something like “You don’t understand, we are a UNION, there are no bi-lateral agreements!”
        And VSG just smiled,…..

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    • Katherine Hovey says:

      the media will eat itself on this one too. eventually their bad investment scams will turn too. But the rest needs to be set correctly first, then with no other way around; the MSM will either examine their own bad “investment strategies” they sunk themselves into holes (with), or be gone. Which is fine – they’re useless as they are now.

      Continue going around (them), until they’ve either completely bankrupted themselves; or change – and continue… lesson learned.

      As for Pelosi and NoIreland (that remark): that seemed to me to be an indication of hostility from outside sources/”or else” kind of statement. With Boris as PM, if Ireland is threatened (by EU financial interests with perhaps transients… Erdogan w/Pelosi et all financially involved in?) the reality is, that was Pelosi’s/Trudeau’s/etc. plan all along anyway (listen to prior financial planning statements of her’s/dems with their previous personal corp llc filings) – better to not allow the dismantling of Ireland’s financial structure now – before it (was going to happen anyway under EU/Ottoman deals) goes forward.


    • 848484 says:


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    • Dixie says:

      She really needs to be reminded which country she is suppose to be representing. We ought to bury her office in letters. The halls of congress are full of traitors.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Nobodysfool says:

      Nancy likes to play President whenever she can get away with it. Eventually POTUS will respond to her ‘meeting’ with Pretty Socks Boy.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Vince says:

        She did say she was co-equal to the president.


        • Bob Parker says:

          That is in age only.

          President Trump’s business acumen is 2nd to NOONE in Congress.

          I have no doubt that President Trump will absolutely SKEWER the LEFTIST PIGS & RINOS in this area.

          Heck when President Trump ultimately prevails on this methinks that we need a PIG ROAST to honor President Trump and Trash Piglosi & all of her Leftist cohorts.


    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      I’m curious as to whether President Trump saw this fight coming? Did he know there would come a time when Pigglosi and Shoomer would be forced to make their play for the globalists (as in their last chance to stop the Trump Doctrine), and he’s just waiting for them to stick their heads into the noose? SpyGate is beginning to unravel…..who knows how many elected leaders will be exposed as TRAITORS, or bought-and-paid-for by foreign lobbyist interests, or involved in other deceitful and/or perverted crimes?

      President Trump has done it so many times before….it’s almost like betting before the season even starts that either Clemson or Alabama will win the national championship; it’s almost a given! The next couple of months are setting up to be very, very interesting indeed.


    • Jake says:

      Regarding Canada. The second post down on Trudeau’s Twitter says he spoke with Trump on the phone and confirmed Canada would pass the USMCA.
      best canadian election site is this page


  2. Suzanne says:

    All this duplicitous, self-serving *h*t being done to us by our “representatives” makes me glad that I’m really quite old. That having been said, had I known 40 years ago that there would be only one man in this entire country willing to subjugate his life in order to fight for us (may the Good Lord protect him) I never would have had a child

    Liked by 12 people

    • Tereese says:

      Don’t say that Suzanne – your child may be a blessing for many during these times – you don’t know – but God knows.

      Liked by 8 people

    • Old Codger says:

      NOT just one man! TRUMP is part of a team of Patriots working on all aspects of defeating the globalist Wall Streeters and their evil sex-trafficking ilk! Trump is, however, a most courageous front man and symbol, much like George Washington, but with perhaps more skill and a deeper understanding than Washington.


      • Dutchman says:

        His team includes ALL of us deplorables supporting him. Much of the attacks against him have been to try and shake his supporters.

        Without us, they could have got away with the impeachment gambit, but they know we are too many, and they won’t stand for it.

        He knows it, and we should recognise it, too. We give him thecpolitical strength to do what he is doing.

        And his team has only grown, despite and in some cases BECAUSE of their failed efforts to discredit him.


        • Dixie says:

          His rallies are fuel for his bravery and energy. He needs them to continue and we need to continue to respond to him however we can.


          • Dutchman says:

            Definetly a symbiotic relationship. And a lot of the efforts of the MSM, and deep state leaks to the msm, were aimed right at us.
            Libertards are brainwashed already, they didn’t need much to maintain ‘orange man bad’.

            A lot of the leaks from mueller, that turned out to not be true, the stormy crap, etc was intended to discourage us, or turn us away from supporting him.
            Their priblem is, they REALLY don’t understand us. You need to KNOW, and UNDERSTAND your audience, in order to have an effective advertising or propoganda campaign.

            Having utter contempt for your audience really gets in the way of that. Poor barstuds ain’t got a chance, never did.
            They blindfolded themselves, before getting into a shooting contest with an expert marksman.

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            • Dixie says:

              If nothing else, we are tenacious patriots hanging on to our belief in President Trump’s abilities, his integrity and our country for dear life despite how much they try to shake us.

              We respect, admire and love our President Trump.


  3. Athena the Warrior says:

    Don’t let the weasel scum on Fox off the hook. Yesterday’s answer to The View – Outnumbered were all BREAKING NEWS the stock market…Macy’s lower forecast…may indicate a recession…

    Love how PDJT punched back last night with Walmart’s numbers which is a real indicator not failing Macy’s who has been sliding since 2015. Today they had to tone back the recession talk. Forbes was also pushing BS claiming that if there was a recession then PDJT wouldn’t win re-election.

    First time I’ve ever seen so many rooting against America’s success.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Fox is now TOTALLY in the TANK for the GLOBALISTS.

      Liked by 11 people

    • G. Alistar says:

      Dow up 308 points today!

      Liked by 3 people

      • rayvandune says:

        I have heard convincing arguments that stock market volatility will continue because:
        1) Many of its largest members are global enterprises and will be negatively impacted by de-globalization at least in the short-run.
        2) The Democrats, the media, academia, and of course our precious Hollywood celebrities will take every opportunity to scream that the sky is falling.

        I hope PDJT will up his communications game and respond to the specifics of this economy in transition toward s healthier place. If he treats the American people as responsible adults who ARE OWED THE TRUTH, they will follow him wherever he leads. If he continues to respond to the forces of globalism with insults in kind, some Americans are bound to lose their way. His communications style simply does not work for everyone, so he needs to diversify it for our country’s sake.

        Liked by 2 people

        • TimesUp says:

          There is another reason the financial media are cheering on the stock market volatility. Trading income at Wall Street investment banks depends on market volatility, without it there is less trading and lower profits. The VIX collapses since Q4 of last year until the last few weeks and as goes the VIX so go the banks’ trading profits.

          Just like the media that is profiting on the Trump + Russian story the banks are more than happy to trot out their equity capital market experts to talk up a looming recession. It is in their financial interests to spread ‘financial doom porn’.


        • sturmudgeon says:

          rayvandune: NO, It doesn’t work for everyone… nor should it… BUT, I LOVE IT! We lost in the past, because we were too afraid to speak out in CLEAR, UNADULTERATED, TONE… Thank You, President Trump! Keep it up!


    • webgirlpdx says:

      Apparently, the President had a chat with the Big Bank CEO’s. What happened, BofA’s CEO comes out today, says there really aren’t any indicators for a recession.

      P45 probably slapped him around for BofA coming out that there was a 1 in 3 chance of the next “R” word — and those uneducated journos heads exploded.

      That means there’s a 67% chance that it won’t happen. Good grief.


    • wlbeattie says:

      Each Australian morning I NOW read through OANN first.
      I then skim through FOX to see if there is anything worth reading.
      Then I get my real news from selected twitter accounts!

      I don’t trust Fox News 1 x iota!

      BTW: Athena, IMO there aren’t as many “rooting against America” as it may sound – it’s just that the few are so loud!


      Liked by 1 person

  4. ElTocaor says:

    “So, Madame Speaker, you don’t want Mexican workers to have collective bargaining rights, the ability to unionize, and a base pay rate of $13.00?”

    Someone please ask her this.

    Liked by 6 people

  5. MLK says:

    This is the best indication that Justin is planning for his forced retirement.
    Trump has proved conventional wisdom wrong so many times everyone has lost count. Mark my words, if we’re in a recession next year (not what I’m expecting) it won’t be POTUS Trump that owns it.

    As for USMCA, I remain optimistic for its passage well before the election. Perhaps as early as this fall. The fact of the matter is that all of its opponents (The CoC; Wall Street; Multinationals) have had to play a duplicitous game of publicly supporting what they hope to derail. The POTUS has let them get away with this but, as you see with his beating The Fed and its Chairman about the head, if that’s the way they want it that’s the way they’re going to get it.

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    • Why don’t we just start the clock on NAFTA expiration to coincide with the Canadian transfer of power to a new PM? I believe the elections are in October. When would a new administration begin?
      Would this not put pressure on Trudope to bring it up for a vote? Didn’t they just lose like 300,000 jobs?

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    • Why don’t we just start the clock on NAFTA expiration to coincide with the Canadian transfer of power to a new PM? I believe the elections are in October. When would a new administration begin?
      Would this not put pressure on Trudope to bring it up for a vote? Didn’t they just lose like 300,000 jobs?


  6. Tim Holden says:

    Just for current information:
    The betting on a Trudeau victory is close to 50/50. Nobody knows who will win. The election occurs in the third week of October.

    The betting favors Britain making a No-Deal exit from the EU on 31st October. A huge and hysterical effort is being made to stop this happening.

    It appears likely that China will have intervened in Hong Kong by the end of October. There are no odds for this. Local elections are supposed to occur in HK in November.

    In Europe, Ursula von der Leyen takes over from Juncker on 31st October. Barring something completely unforseen, this is certain.

    Poland has recently swung into focus and elections occur there in the second week of October for the parliament, not for President Duda. The current government is strongly favored to win.

    Prior to October, Israel goes to the polls again in September. Netanyahu is expected to win.

    The world may well be be a different place by November, particularly if Trudeau loses.

    Liked by 16 people

  7. bulwarker says:

    I thought the impetus to pass the USMCA was that we were withdrawing from NAFTA with or without a replacement agreement. So this is no longer the case?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Deb says:

      Read Ristvan’s comment. PDJT can still withdraw from NAFTA even with no USMC. This is a political gambit, both sides trying to win the upcoming elections.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. thedoc00 says:

    I thought non-ratification essentially equaled reset to pre-NAFTA, which is fine by me if that be the case. So, besides messing over Mexican and Canadian workers, the democrat party messes over their financial puppet masters. Time for the President to review and restructure all those Wall Street and Big Tech Export Licenses.

    Also, I thought the UK-Ireland-Northern Ireland already had a working MOU in effect, so what is her concern?? Yes, I know its political TDS but the actual situation needs to be stated.


  9. Gary Lacey says:

    In essesence Trump has knee-capped the Chamber of Commerce and the do nothing Democrats.
    As I understand the USMCA deal, it is a done deal with USMEX, awaiting ratification by Canada. Ratification by the Congress, I’m not sure its necessary
    The Brexit trade deal with the UK, same thing

    Liked by 2 people

    • ristvan says:

      As commented upthread, USMCA being a Pact has to be ratified by majority of both houses of congress. But no urgency until Canada ratifies. US, being biggest, properly goes last.

      Under 19USC§2902, PDJT can do an up to 10 year bilateral deal with the UK with no congressional involvement at all. Only trick is, UK must formally request it (meaning in writing) first. Funny how those PDJT to Boris Johnson phone calls work!

      Liked by 5 people

      • snowfalling says:

        It looks the current congress functioning much more on obstruction and destruction. The system may be designed very wisely for normal power checking and balancing, however, the people operating the system could be deeply corrupted. From perspective of law, what are your thoughts on preventing it?

        Liked by 1 person

      • Gary Lacey says:

        You are correct! Pelosi the wicked ‘B itch’ of the West has contacted Canadian officials to slow down the process.
        The Mexicans are abiding by the deal and so is Canada…..just threw that thought out there.


      • sturmudgeon says:

        ristvan: thanks.


  10. uptothere says:

    The machinations of the Democrats, CofC and Wall Street are off the radar of most Americans. Up until Trump and Sundance came along, I was in that group myself. A way must be found to educate the public in general how they (we) have been duped for decades by these people. Trump and others are making an effort but more needs to be done.

    Liked by 6 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      The only way to change things Is to cut off the money. The day Trump leaves office , everything reverts back to normal.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ristvan says:

        Optimist that I am, PDJT knows this and by 2024 will have so structurally reformed the system that immediate reversion will not be possible. Plus, he will chose a worthy successor.
        Reagan wore off after 30+ years. PDJT is a better ‘builder’. He might give us 50 years.

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    • Jederman says:

      “A way must be found to educate the public in general… .” That has been one of my pet peeves for years, the abject refusal on the Right to communicate the issues clearly, consistently and accurately in a way that engages the public. Much like it’s done on this site. You can not win if you can’t communicate effectively.

      Liked by 3 people

      • budklatsch says:

        True that these multi-nationals, WSJ and others have together destroyed 100’s of thousands jobs and shuttered factories and whole towns in America for their greed. And no one stood up for them, our fellow Americans! Shame for generations.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

        That depends on ones news source! Mine is provided by 1. Our VSGPDJT.
        2. Citizen media
        We are the STORM!!

        Liked by 3 people

  11. visage13 says:

    I am sure Pres Trump will squish Justin from Canada like a bug and the little guy will never see it coming.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Jederman says:

    “Sunlight is the best disinfectant.” That is so true. Only one problem, our side has an odd aversion to facilitating said “sunshine.” Never before, given that trillions are at stake, has EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION been more important.

    The WH, true conservatives… somebody organize the information campaign. The concise and accurate info in this article should be crystalized and broadcast to the masses.

    They deserve to understand this issue. They need the opportunity to digest this info and make informed decisions. They need to know what is in store for their children if the Left/globalists prevail.


  13. KingBroly says:

    If the Democrats won’t pass USMCA, NAFTA will be their downfall. ‘The Party of NAFTA.’ Everybody in this country knows the negative stigma surrounding it. To have a singular party with that title would be disastrous in every state that mattered, from North Carolina to Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota.

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  14. Joshua2415 says:

    Meanwhile, in the REAL world….
    So at this very moment, I am enjoying my Friday evening ritual of “Dinner and CTH” at my favorite Mexican restaurant. I’ve been doing this regularly for the last couple of years. I have a nice cold Dos Equis Amber in a frosty mug in front of me with my steaming steak fajita’s. The food here has always been excellent, but one thing tonight is VERY different. My waitress is BLOND! Yes indeed my fellow Treepers, the mainstreet economy in America is so good now that even Mexican restaurants now need to hire American workers!
    They can report whatever they want on CNBC and in the Wallstreet Journal, but mainstreet businesses are kicking it out here. Anyone (even democrats) can see it. All they need to do is open there eyes.
    TRUMP 2020!

    Liked by 4 people

    • Donzo says:

      I think not being able to open your eyes is a symptom of TDS.


    • CoinSteward says:

      Today in my city; on Main Street, on a large LED sign was a hiring sign (no experience required). MAGA is becoming reality – jobs, jobs, jobs. Traveling in Michigan and Ohio this past week, even heard advertising on the radio for vacation planning and loans. I can’t remember how long it has been (70s) since I have heard those kinds of advertisements. Americans are not as dumb as politicians think. They can see and hear things are changing for the better in the economy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Zorro says:

      FYI, I worked with a lady of Mexican descent (parents Mexican). She had light hair and beautiful turquoise eyes.


      • Joshua2415 says:

        You see that quite a bit among the Spanish legacy, Mexican aristocracy, but my waitress this evening started off by giving her name and asking “Whatcha ya’ll like to drink?” Pretty sure she was a local : )

        Liked by 1 person

    • Kathy says:

      Greetings, Joshua … Our family has used the same local plumbing/HVAC company for many years, so we know all the “residential” techs (there’s also an industrial crew).

      For the past 6 months, all the techs handling our service calls have been bringing new trainees with them. At today’s visit, when I made a comment about this, the lead tech said his company’s been crazy-busy since last winter — most techs have been working 10-12 hour days (including Saturdays), with Sundays optional.

      Recession??? … P.f.f.f.f.f.t.t.t.t.t.


    • PinotNoir says:

      Dos Equis is a suck beer constantly doing racist commercials- get an American craft beer, goes great with Mexican cuisine and you are not funding the dos equis azzhats.


  15. Tiffthis says:

    Fine leave nafta, I believe the proper department already gave notice and don’t trade with either Mexico or Canada 💯


  16. Donzo says:

    Maybe it’s time for Trump to scrap USMCA altogether of Canada’s participation. But if not,
    he can make it perfectly clear that Canada will never get a deal as good as the one they have now, which would have been better had Justin not decided to use it like a political football. But he did and now he needs another spanking. Sorry Canada.


    • Dutchman says:

      First, I had an epiphany;
      OMG, PDJT has NO intention of actually reaching a ‘trade deal’ with China, its all a ruse.

      THEN, another epiphany;
      OMG, EU too, for similar reasons.

      Then, another epiphany;
      OMG, USMCA is also a ruse; its a way to close the loophole, get idiots to expose their true natures, and end NAFTA.

      If and so long as he can leverage Mexico to ‘help’with Immigration, fine.
      Remember during the USMCA, when US reps met with Mexico, 1 on 1.

      I would BET you it was suggested “look, if we can’t get Canada to go along, PDJT actually PREFERS Bi-lateral deals.

      So, lets make a deal Mexico and US can ‘live with’; if Canada agress or not, either way WE have a deal.

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      • This all comes under the heading of “always be ready and able to walk away from a bad deal”.


        • Dutchman says:

          Yes, thats part of it, which is actually part of “don’t allow your EMOTIONS to dictate your actions”
          Those who don’t walk away, want a deal SOOOO BAD that they agree to a bad deal, just for the optics.


        • Deplore Able says:

          It is also important to remember who has the leverage. The US is the biggest market on the planet. The US domestic economy consumes 80% of what the US produces. The US can sell the remaining 20% to the rest of the world. The US economy can get by just fine without exporting anything to Canada.

          The top 10 Canadian exports are:
          Mineral fuels including oil: US$99.3 billion (22% of total exports)
          Vehicles: $60.5 billion (13.4%)
          Machinery including computers: $34.5 billion (7.7%)
          Gems, precious metals: $18.3 billion (4.1%)
          Wood: $14.3 billion (3.2%)
          Plastics, plastic articles: $13.6 billion (3%)
          Electrical machinery, equipment: $13.4 billion (3%)
          Aircraft, spacecraft: $10.6 billion (2.4%)
          Aluminum: $10 billion (2.2%)
          Paper, paper items: $8 billion (1.8%)

          Does the US really need anything that Canada exports? Is there anything on that list the US can’t get from domestic sources or from other trading partners?

          On the other hand, what happens to the Canadian economy if the US stops importing Canadian vehicles, machinery, wood, etc.

          I don’t want our Canadian brothers to get hurt, but if they won’t ratify a fair trade deal, then they get what they chose.


        • noswamp says:

          Remove Canada and the Democratic Congress would have to ratify the Mexican only trade deal. They would be under way way too much pressure to do that.
          The Democrats are truly exposed.


  17. rayvandune says:

    The dinner or lunch pictured above seems to have occurred in Canada from the background statue, and appears to be between Trudeau and Pelosi as principals. Is there any more info on this gathering?


  18. mickjt says:

    I guarantee that Pres. Trump will find a way to shove this up the Democraps and Other thugs rear ends.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. StanH says:

    If I were a betting man…I’d put my money on President Trump. His competition are detestable parasites whose only achievements are being able to bilk their respective treasuries and screw the American/Canadian taxpayer. For instance an avowed Marxist, Bernie Sanders is a millionaire how did that happen?

    President Trump has got this, he’s hip to these scoundrels as are his financial team.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. BP Cali says:

    Like Sundance say’s ” Sunlight is the best disinfectant”.
    Lets shine some light on ALL the U.S. multinational corporations, big companies on Wall St. that are impeding the progress of rebuild the USA!


  21. Rose says:

    Well, are Americans aware Justine has a foundation like the Clinton foundation, does that explain the ethos now?


  22. 335blues says:

    All the more reason for President Trump to address the American people
    with a clear explanation of what he is doing economically, and why.
    The fake news will never explain the truth, and anyway, they are
    on the side of communist china and worldwide marxism.

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  23. President Trump made perhaps the strongest argument yet for his MAGA/KAG efforts across the board, when he said people have no choice but him. That’s the bare, hard truth. It is still basically Trump vs. Obama/Soetoro (the latter, I see on Dobbs tonight, is trying to mentor Biden — good grief).


  24. curator55 says:

    It’s time P Trump ramps up the pressure on the Democrat Reps and Senators about their party’s politicized reluctance to pass the USMCA and scuttle any trade deal with the UK. Let everyone of their constituents know before, during and after the next Rally that the Dems are not co-operating with POTUS on the economy and are even trying to derail it along with the crazed Hollywood “activists” and those American business people that pine to return to the days when it was easy and non controversial to export millions of American jobs to China, Mexico etc.

    The jobs and potential economic opportunities of their local voters are not a priority to the Dem party anymore than the murders in Chicago are or the diseased homeless camps in California and Seattle and the poverty and rats in the derelict areas of Baltimore. It’s Trump’s voice that shines a light on all of these and other issues.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Skippy says:

      I encourage people I talk with to call their Congress reps and let them know you want to see the House in particular get to work on the USAMC and immigration and more. Speak with your spouse, talk about your kids/nieces/nephews/grandchildren and their future. My very democratic spouse called our three in Virginia, and was very proud of himself.

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  25. Zy says:

    Didn’t Nanny State Pelosi day that she is equal in power to the POTUS?


    • Dixie says:

      Somebody needs to tap her on the shoulder forcefully and tell her she’s not President of the United States and we don’t like her. She’s not his mother either although that’s the role she seems to be playing when she reprimands him. She’s full of self importance and something else that begins with an “s”.


  26. foo says:

    Last I heard NAFTA could be unilaterally terminated by the executive per ratified law.

    Why not do that already and force the house to ratify?

    If they don’t, the real economy wins even more.
    If they do, they lose politically and the real economy wins anyway.

    What am I missing here?
    Why is this not happening already?


    • rich hahn says:

      Because Republicans would panic if Trump did that. Both Democrats and Republicans would be on TV nonstop attacking Trump. Any market hickup would be called Trump’s recession.


  27. fangdog says:

    People shouldn’t expect all these Globalist crooks and corrupts to all of a sudden support Trumps MAGA. It takes a long time to change a lifestyle, if ever. It also explains the reason for long prison sentences. If it was that easy there wouldn’t be a need for near the number of prisons.

    Our only salvation as American Patriots is to thoroughly defeat them. It is virtually futile thinking there can be some sort of rehabilitation.

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  28. David R. Graham says:

    “That is how severely ideological modern democrats are. … The democrats are willing to destroy Main Street in order to retain power.”

    With respect, I urge that their ideological loyalty trumps their thirst for power. It is the deeper motivation. Communism is more important to Communists than power, prestige, money, and even sex. For support of that observation, I invoke Stephen Kotkin:

    Quoting but not verbatim: Stalin was not about power. He was about Communism. In private, he and his minions talked the same way they talked in public. They were Communists, they talked Communism. https://theological-geography.net/?p=39426


  29. rich hahn says:

    I’m confused. Is USMCA a treaty or not? I can understand that there are provisions of the treaty the House needs to pass, but couldn’t the Senate pass it as a treaty pending any necessary legislation? In other words, can turtle stick it to Pelosi?


  30. Rynn69 says:

    That is one scary-looking dinner party.


  31. Gary Thomson says:

    It seems that President Trump can use the same power Obummer used to institute the agreement with Iran. Screw Nancy Pelosi.


  32. ezgoer says:

    Trump needs to do a prime time address to the country to explain USMCA and how it will bring massive investment back to the USA with hundreds of new factories and tens of thousands of new jobs that will revitalize the Rustbelt — and how the Democrats are blocking it. The entire GOP should get behind this. Of course half of them won’t because they are owned by the globalist interests.


  33. MD says:

    Pelosi and the Democrats have a major problem brewing after the first of the year. If they continue to obstruct and don’t pass the USMCA they go into the start of the presidential race having done NOTHING! Trump will use that his advantage, if the economy suffers (as they would like) it will be blamed on them. If they decide to pass it to avoid the “done ZERO” congress label then they give Trump a huge win and the economy will boom.


  34. golfmann says:

    They don’t care about main street… Look at ANY city they have controlled.
    The only street they care about is EASY street and at OUR expense, of course.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Leaving aside the stinking substance, this doesn’t even pass the procedural smell test. How is it that a foreign leader is able to meet with members of Congress on US soil instead of meeting with the US President? How was Justin from Canada able to just come into our country and meet with legislators, a branch of government that he should have zero access to, as they are supposed to represent US citizens (I know, I’m theorizing. They represent the interest of the highest bidder).

    [Gunnery Sergeant Hartman voice]: “Who allows Justin from Canada to bypass our protocols and interfere in our internal affairs? How did he get into our country? Why hasn’t he been arrested and expelled from our country as a foreign threat? Why aren’t you stomping his guts out?”

    If we don’t have borders, we don’t have a country. Evidently… we don’t have a country.

    Russian interference is a leftist projection. Foreign Leftist interference in our country– communist China, Justin from Canada, GCHQ/Five Eyes spying on everyone reading this– is real.



  36. shipley130 says:

    It seems that Democrats are trying to sabotage all our allies just for revenge for the “No standing by my man” Hillary. Talk about getting in bed with the bedbugs.


  37. G Michael says:

    If the EU had their way they would build a fence around it to keep the population in. Guess a fence across the English Channel would be tacky.


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