September 15th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #969

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653 Responses to September 15th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #969

  1. ilcon says:

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    • The strongest asset in the democrat arsenal is a dedicated support base who aren’t bright enough to know (or simply don’t care) when their intelligence is being insulted.

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    • An says:

      It’s funny because libs will try to compare this to the accusations against Bill Clinton. A comparison might be instructive:

      – Who accused them?
      Bill: Paula Jones and various White House interns.
      Kav: Anonymous people.

      – When did they report it?
      Bill: Almost immediately and they sued.
      Kav: Many years later.

      – What physical evidence do we have?
      Bill: A semen-stained blue dress.
      Kav: Calendars from 30 years ago that show he attended no such party (“Beach week” was in the wrong year because the grocery store Christine remembered meeting his friend at wasn’t built until many years later).

      – Can any witnesses corroborate the story?
      Bill: Many. See the Star Report.
      Kav: No one, not even Christine’s best friend remembers this.

      – What legal process was afforded them?
      Bill: He lost a sexual harassment lawsuit then settled after appealing it. He gave up his law license to avoid being disbarred.
      Kav: The witnesses against him did everything to avoid proceedings, including but not limited to faking a fear of flying and somehow being unaware of the offer to interview them elsewhere, never mind that anyone following the news was aware of this.

      – Did either one commit perjury?
      Bill: Yes, and he was sanctioned for it. He also told America “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” only to recant later.
      Kav: No statement has been proven false, but his accuser has wildly inconsistent testimony, including but not limited to not knowing what *year* it allegedly happened. Many people cite his “I like beer” statement as proof of… something?

      In short, Christine Blasey-Ford is a lying scumbag. So is Avenatti and his rape-train accuser. And thus I will never believe this without some kind of actual corroborating evidence and anyone who does my have raped me at an unspecified time at an unspecified location when there were no witnesses, and you can’t believe a rapist, now, can you? Any counter-accusation is victim blaming, too. I’m too traumatized to have a consistent story, so it’s up to you to prove that you never raped anyone.

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    • Garavaglia says:

      sources say..kinda sorta, maybe, possibly, I really don’t know


    • dallasdan says:

      “NY Times breaks wind, not news…”

      This is worthy of a re-tweet by the President. I love the Governor.


  2. ilcon says:

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  3. ilcon says:

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    • dallasdan says:

      The msm and social media moguls have the power to shape public opinion, correctly or falsely, and they will very likely impact the 2020 election; how much is TBD.


  4. shevee says:

    This is pretty hysterical–doesn’t even need to be made into a bad lip-reading video

    This is BIZARRE! Here's Joe Biden telling the story of his face-off with a gang of razor-wielding ne'er-do-wells led by a guy named 'Corn Pop.'— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) September 15, 2019


    • WRB says:

      “My word as a Biden, not a joke. Back in day when I was vice president, I told Corn Pop, C’mon man! Ya gotta get outta da pool. And he said I’ll meet you out back with a rusty razor, cause he was a bad dude. And I told him I couldn’t pin the Silver Star on him and he said he didn’t want it, but then I apologized to him, just like Obama taught me to. God’s honest truth. Please clap.”

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  5. ilcon says:

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  6. ilcon says:

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  7. ilcon says:

    Fat Albert at the end.

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  8. youme says:

    Very depressing article. The author sees the danger of progressivism but knowingly surrenders his children to the state.

    Find your pack. It’s all we have left.

    “When the Culture War Comes for the Kids
    Caught between a brutal meritocracy and a radical new progressivism, a parent tries to do right by his children while navigating New York City’s schools.”


    • youme says:

      Ref above:
      Packer: “We didn’t want them to grow up entirely inside our bubble—mostly white, highly and expensively educated—where 4-year-olds who hear 21,000 words a day …”

      How could a seemingly intelligent person think this way?

      Packer and his ilk spent decades partying, wrecking the country we all live in and setting it on fire. Now that a long hard winter is coming they are complaining that the place is starting to feel a bit drafty, and the rain comes in.

      Zero sympathy.


    • Laurie Walker says:

      Thanks for posting this article/essay. The bulk was virtue signaling, and the seventh chapter was extremely disturbing. The very thin ending suggests his son is rebelling and I feel sorry for him, because of what his parents have done to him … he would have gained knowledge and could have been very successful. And his daughter, with his help, will suffer as well.

      The only positive thing I get from this article, is that they have nowhere else to go.


  9. ilcon says:

    Anybody hear about this rally?

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  10. I started reading “Obstruction of Justice” by Luke Rosiak. The corruption and threats to National Security of the Democrat Party is well, I was going to say unbelievable, but we all know it is believable. But, reading about is very difficult…I can only read so much at a time.

    Wow, the Dems must be somehow involved with Hezbollah because the Amrans were money laundering Hezbollah money through their fake automobile sales companies. That is only one of many fake companies.

    There were administrative staff trying to get something done but many of them lost their jobs trying to protect the security of our country. The Dems are treasonous people. Paul Ryan an idiot; Jeff Sessions an idiot…it’s all so horrible the character of our congress is very very low. It was all Dems who were involved…most in the House. And the FBI is completely corrupted.

    And I am only on page 97. I just don’t know what can be done, really. I seriously doubt Barr will be doing much of anything about anything…the Dems control the government it appears…except for our wonderful POTUS and a few select others. God Bless Them.

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    • We really are at an inflection point in history. The rot began in earnest with the Clinton’s back in ‘93 and was put into hyperdrive by 0bama & Co.

      Barr predates the Clinton’s and stands astride history with more influence right now in many ways than President Trump. I pray he does the right thing.

      “He who does not punish evil commands that it be done”

      – Leonardo da Vinci

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    • ilcon says:

      This vid is a good summary.

      Epoch Times Thought Leaders

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    • ilcon says:

      Keep updates coming


    • LKAinLA says:

      I have ordered this book, Obstruction of Justice,” and am nervous about reading it when it arrives. The reviews on Amazon are brutal to the Dems and Republicans. Your thoughts are exactly the sentiments of a lot of book reviewers. I saw the author interviewed and am wondering why he seemed so relaxed about outing the corrupt politicians.

      Another thing, everyone remember Cliff Sims and his book Team of Vipers? Well he is suing the Trump Administration for speaking out against the book!


  11. ilcon says:


    • 1stgoblyn says:

      Kamala Harris entered into the Record during the Kavanaugh hearings, a letter with a fake accusation against BK which Ms. Harris didn’t bother to check out before presenting it as factual to Congress. She was busy making a name for herself b/c she was already planning to run for president. Just like everything else she has done to worm her way up the ladder, she gave no thought to the damage she was doing to BK and his family.

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      • Redzone says:

        goblyn, Heels-up gave plenty of thought to hurting BK and his family. She accomplished exactly what she wanted. She simply didn’t care as she is willing to do anything to get to the top, i.e., the moniker Heels-up!


    • If that is in fact true, that that Blasey is under investigation, then that would explain the NYT smear story on Kav drudging up another unverified accusation.


  12. linda4298 says:

    Bill Mitchell
    Ephesians 6:12

    “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

    If you read that and immediately thought, “Liberals,” you aren’t alone.

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  13. ilcon says:

    Shut then down.


  14. ilcon says:

    Murdoch pounces.

    As I posted this morning, the lies continue. More


  15. JCM800 says:

    This may Sting…

    Warning: You have just entered the punishment area.
    Here you will pay for all the anguish you have put others through
    During your life here on earth.
    There will be no hope and no relief
    Only discomforts exists in Hell

    God Bless you All


    • JCM800 says:

      “Sin is a price that you must pay
      It hears not what you have to say
      You are trash. It throws you away
      So if you have the deep desire
      To spend your afterlife in fire
      Do what you wish until you die”



  16. ilcon says:

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    • Bogeyfree says:

      IMO it may just signal more openings ahead

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      • SHV says:

        I think RBG and likely Thomas will step down before the next election. Breyer and Sotomayor will likely wait for next election result, then hang it up before 2024.

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        • oldersoul says:

          PDJT is cruising to re-election at this point.

          Absent a major event affecting that trajectory, the SCOTUS could be a 7-2 conservative Court by 2024. The left badly miscalculated with Clinton, and lost the game as regards the Court — and the federal judiciary generally — as a result. Likely for at least two decades.

          The left’s only remaining strategy is to de-legitimize the Court itself. That campaign will only intensify in the coming years. Just as it will with the Electoral College.

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    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Their third enemy is the American people.


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  18. litlbit2 says:

    I hope I am wrong but seriously believe here is the next elevated Swamp creature for 2020- 2024, time will tell if the fix is in! I do it trust him one bit.

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  19. ilcon says:

    The Guardian?


  20. islandpalmtrees says:

    Did someone from the FBI, intercept the “Mysterious Missing Letter” from British National Security Advisor to General Flynn? Why – perhaps to keep the FISA renewals coming?

    This letter questions the validity of the information in Steele Dossier. This letter was sent prior to the signing of the second round of FISA warrants.

    Compel Brady Evidence is Compelling
    Jim Hoft by Jim Hoft September 15, 2019

    A letter delivered by the British Embassy to the incoming National Security team after Donald Trump’s election, and to outgoing National Security Advisor Susan Rice (the letter apparently disavows former British Secret Service Agent Christopher Steele, calls his credibility into question, and declares him untrustworthy).


  21. sunnyflower5 says:

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  22. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • DJ says:

      The oil futures markets have been open for a few hours now. WTI is currently about 6 bucks higher at just under $61/barrel. (Brent North Sea is up a bit more – about 7 bucks a barrel or just over $67.)

      While right around 10.5% for WTI, this jump is still small potatoes and still below the peak of about $66 bucks a barrel in late April of this year and it was trading over $70 for parts of September and October last year.

      I have no idea what will happen when more active trading begins Monday morning, but for now, this is looking like a fairly minor effect.

      (You might hear some people talking about a 20% spike earlier, but this was VERY brief – only a few minutes – right at the open and quickly retreated from there and has been trading closer to the 10.5% range for several hours now.)

      This is a 5 min chart for the WTI if you are interested in the detail:


  23. sunnyflower5 says:

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  25. sunnyflower5 says:

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  26. Jason Ross says:

    Seems like America might be the sole global oil exporter by week’s end….

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  27. tvollrath66 says:

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  29. ilcon says:

    Anyone who uses the term “undocumented immigrants” is speaking communism.

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  30. ilcon says:

    More lies.


  31. Troublemaker10 says:


  32. Troublemaker10 says:


    The centrists’ aversion to impeachment, however, is just as strong as progressives’ insistence that failing to impeach Trump would be a dereliction of duty — a direct clash that will only further divide the caucus and test Democratic leaders through the 2020 election.


    • SHV says:

      Pelosi may not be able to stop the Lemmings march over the cliff. I hope that articles of impeachment for both Kavanaugh and PDJT come up for a House vote. If one or both receive a majority vote prior to the 2020 election, the Dem. House majority is finished.


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