September 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #973

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  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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  2. Mark W says:

    Breaking down propaganda in real time; how various news outlets have covered the photograph featuring Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau in “brownface” on their respective homepages.


  3. sunnyflower5 says:

    I think the story about SNL firing a making offensive jokes is a cover for the actual threatening language and potential SS visit.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

    What a sore loser.


    • JG3 says:

      No chin, Frank Burns…


    • MaineCoon says:

      Absolutely sick of people like Bolton – if he didn’t think it was an honoring to serving in the WH why did he take the job? It’s all about him. Wasn’t about the President’s policies. He wanted it his way. His mindset is just wrong. He was there to SERVE not DICTATE to the President how he would have him run the government. Advis, yes. Dictate, NO!


    • To me, Donald Trump is the very first President that we’ve ever(!) had who is a sophisticated(!) negotiator. (He is also the first President since Eisenhower, to my knowledge, to repeat Eisenhower’s coined phrase: “military industrial complex.”) He’s the first to realize the enormous economic power of the United States, and to know from this that, even when you’re carrying the world’s largest Big Stick, it’s probably not the right thing to do to simply use it as a bludgeon.

      He knows that his country routinely struts around wearing a coat covered with Big Buttons that all say, “Push Me!” Instead, he is a Chess player. “Here’s the man who is in command of The World’s Biggest Stick,™ and you don’t(!) know what he will do next.”

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    • Eric says:

      This is a CNN article. Why would you believe anything they say?

      Liked by 3 people

  5. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  6. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  7. cheryl says:

    Trump ordered declassification of FISA applications and ALL Russia-related texts from Comey, Strzok, Page, McCabe, and Ohr
    Trump did this yesterday. Stonewalling by the swamp or what?

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    • jrapdx says:

      That’s good news, I agree question is how come we’ve heard little if anything about it? Declassification (without redactions!) of the documents listed ought to be quite revealing of the swamp creatures involved in the attempted coup. We can only hope the President’s order is carried out expeditiously. Not holding my breath waiting for it to happen.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        ” I agree question is how come we’ve heard little if anything about it? Declassification (without redactions!) of the documents listed ought to be quite revealing of the swamp creatures involved in the attempted coup. ”
        And that may be exactly why we are not hearing about it. Swamp creatures loathe sunlight.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      This is huge. No msm coverage?

      FTA: At the request of a number of committees of Congress, and for reasons of transparency, the President has directed the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Justice (including the FBI) to provide for the immediate declassification of the following materials: (1) pages 10-12 and 17-34 of the June 2017 application to the FISA court in the matter of Carter W. Page; (2) all FBI reports of interviews with Bruce G. Ohr prepared in connection with the Russia investigation; and (3) all FBI reports of interviews prepared in connection with all Carter Page FISA applications.

      In addition, President Donald J. Trump has directed the Department of Justice (including the FBI) to publicly release all text messages relating to the Russia investigation, without redaction, of James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, and Bruce Ohr.

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    • mimbler says:

      As I read the article, they are talking about his previous actions. They even state that he ordered additional declassifications in May.

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  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  9. Zippy says:

    Repo Madness! The Fed Injects $128 Billion In Emergency Liquidity To Banks In 48 Hours!


    • (Shrug …) It’s all “funny money.” There’s no actual economic activity there. The Glass-Steagall Act is gone, so bankers are gambling with our money waiting for the Fed to bail them out – on paper – and the Fed obligingly does so.

      Want “real economic activity?” Put Americans back to work in American factories on American soil and tell the rest of the world to pound sand as we start (once again …) building better stuff than anyone living today even remembers. When the world’s beating a path to our door we won’t even need these banker-games.

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      • Zippy says:

        ^^^^ A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.

        Liquidity Shortage Getting Worse: Fed’s Repo Oversubcribed Even More As Funding Demand Jumps
        19 Sep 2019

        Most likely, The Fed is probably accepting (that is, YOU are accepting) leveraged GARBAGE as collateral from US branches of European banks.


        • Not many years ago, “derivatives traders” were selling “securities” supposedly based on “sub-prime” (read: worthless) mortgages. They made no attempt to link any of their securities to any actual worthless-loans: they simply sold them, knowing that in the end the Fed would wave its magic wand.

          Lately, they’ve enslaved a generation of College students under mountains of debt … even though “a college” is really just a collection of classrooms, much like any public school … once again merely to sell “derivative securities,” and once again with no serious attempt to link their paper to any actual obligation.

          Messrs. Glass and Steagall were extremely wise men who, having begun to emerge from the Great Depression of 1929, identified some of its true causes and passed legislation to stop it. Messrs. Dodd and Frank then proceeded to sweep them aside.

          Face it: “The Emperor Has No Clothes.” New York City “traders” will stare slack-jawed at computer screens with numbers (all prefixed by “currency symbols of various sorts”) whirling past far too fast to count, and – being the Institutional Fools that they are – they will Believe It. Knowing that the Government will on-cue produce more toilet paper … from somewhere, don’t ask dumb questions … with which to wipe their asses.

          Wanna turn this – and this nation – around? Make things. Here. No other nation on Earth can do what we can do. Make our computers, our phones, our shoes, our socks, our toasters, our blenders, our … everything … right here, just like we used to do. The rest of the planet won’t stand a chance. We’ll be making so much “real money” that we don’t have to keep staring at those screens.

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          • Zippy says:

            LOL, you’re preaching to the choir in my case, but I think you missed the significance of my post and that video. If people think the Dot Com and Great Financial Crisis bubble bursts were bad, wait until the worldwide EVERYTHING bubble bursts. It is a warning sign of that which is revealed by that video and my comment. A very early sign.


            • mark says:

              Thanks Zippy, I always read your posts when I find them here. When do I short the market and which ones? Serious question and thanks again.

              We Treepers ( even knuckle heads like me ) should be able to profit from this gathering of like minds and Sundances excellent posts.


      • KnowSERENoFear says:

        It is unconstitutional for the government to print money. The federal government is ONLY authorized to “coin money.”

        Constitution, Art 1, Section 8:
        5: To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;

        FYI – “coin money” means gold/silver.


      • TPW says:

        Yes need that separate banking system for consumers and small business …..let the gambling big bank outfits gamble on wall street and go straight to he11


        • KnowSERENoFear says:

          Agree. Bring back State banks with full funds available for withdrawal. Abolish the current standard that banks need only keep 1-10% cash on hand. It’s our damn money and we should have access to it 24/7/365. To make a point, perhaps we should run the banks!

          The Federal Reserve System is a joke and a con:

          1. The are NOT a federal entity.
          2. The hold NOTHING in reserve.
          3. They are a national bank…NOT a system.

          The name was concocted intentionally to hide their true agenda from the American people and gain passing legislation in 1913.


  10. Tiffthis says:

    I’m DYING for the EPA to say California is creating an environmental hazard with all the homeless waist going into the drains and oceans. 💀🤣🤣

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  11. MILupper says:

    More GREAT MAGA economic news:
    On the heels of tumbling mortgage rates, existing home sales jumped 1.3% MoM in August (notably better than the expected 0.7% drop) pushing the annual rise to +2.6% – the biggest rise in sales since May 2017.

    Add this to the great new home starts that Sundance wrote about this week.
    9 Months of recession talk has failed big time.

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    • bofh says:

      Here’s some local anecdotal evidence: seems like the building trades guys here in Vermont are swamped with work. That typically reflects optimism about the economy, not fear of recession.

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      • Ma McGriz says:

        We are up to our armpits in work here in the Pacific Northwest. [Praise God!]

        Finding enough good employees is the only big challenge.

        People are finally able to build their dream homes, and to repair or add on to their existing homes.

        Praise God.


  12. sunnyflower5 says:

    How ridiculous— Outnumbered Fox.
    “No kid bashing” is exclaimed when they mention the 16 yr. old testifying before Congress. This shuts down any conversation as to who, what, and why she is there. The Dimm pundit on the FOX panel proceeds by singing the girl’s praises and environmental superior belief system.


  13. burnett044 says:

    in ref> to Al not so Sharpton…I think he is one of the lowest forms of life on this earth…
    perhaps he needs to pay his taxes…
    just my opinion and I am sticking with it.

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  14. joeknuckles says:

    Jolson Trudeau’s days a PM are numbered.

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  15. JIm234 says:

    Whistle blower saga continues and pencil neck found a replacement for “collusion” word. He was just speaking to reporters after Ig briefing.


    • benifranlkin says:

      IG told him nothing for 3 hrs…Schiff thinks it’s “urgent” intelligence…DNI director says no it isn’t…
      ………BS in my book.


      • Jenevive says:

        Since Shiff is salivating at this I give you three guess
        who this world leader was the POTUS promised something
        distressing too.. hint RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA and COLLUSION..


        • The Boss says:

          Did you happen to see Katherine Herridge’s take on this so-called development? She used an interesting synonym for “orchestrated”. IIRC she said she’s seen this sort of thing basically “unfolding” like other things she has experienced. Kind of a ho hum thing.


  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    A week after attacking and hurting the WORLD economy…..

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  17. rutwood says:


  18. Bubby says:

    FTA “A former ethics lawyer predicted that President Donald Trump will be impeached from office.
    Richard Painter, who was the chief ethics lawyer for former President George W. Bush from 2005 to 2007, tweeted a video of House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Thursday morning, writing that the current president would be impeached. “It’s happening,@realDonaldTrump is getting impeached. Anyone who doesn’t support@JerryNadler and the work of his committee has no respect for the Constitution,” Painter wrote.”

    Just more evidence of the uniparty! I have absolutely no use for George W. Bush or his brother from another mother Bill Clinton! So according to this idiot Richard Painter I have no respect for the Constitution but that fat tub of lard leftist Nadler does? Good grief this is such BS!!! Another NeverTrumper exposed!

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    • (Shrug… hold your fire.) Don’t let other people push your buttons, even when they’re (what’s left of …) Newsweek magazine. You’re just wasting their time by responding to their pathetic attempts to waste yours.

      In due time, Chairman Nadler will play his … deuce. The Articles will be carried before the House with some appropriate ceremony, and I frankly predict now that they will fail there. Because not every Representative in that room is actually a Lemming, even if they’re wearing a blue T-shirt.

      Face it: “if you want to Impeach somebody for ‘high crimes and misdemeanors,’ you’ve got to have a crime” … and you simply don’t. Sure, you want to, but if you actually did you’d have no reason to be thumping your chest. It would be “a simple matter of Law,” irrespective of whether anyone [politically …] “supported” you or not, just as it legitimately was, in the case of both Nixon and Bill Clinton. (I can’t speak for Andrew Johnson.)

      Yes, it really sucks for you that you have a $40 million dollar nothing-burger … that the Justice system reached a legally binding conclusion that there was no cause to pursue criminal charges based on everything that you did. That the Constitution also specifically declares that the Congress is not a Court. That your quarry stands innocent of “high crimes and misdemeanors,” and that you in fact have no authority to find differently – without which finding you cannot impeach.

      “You lost.” And the light at the end of yonder tunnel is “an oncoming train.”

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    • Yeah, and according to Newsweak, part of the impeachment process will be over Trump’s theft of pancakes from his long lost relative’s who’s husband death he wasn’t aware of.

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  19. rutwood says:

    Not once have I seen this mentioned on coverage of the UAW strike.

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    President Trump’s SAFE Rule for Safe-Affordable-Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

    Consumers will reap YUGE SAVINGS from
    • Lower car prices ($3,500 per vehicle)
    • Fuel costs for unnecessary premium fuels, hybrid/battery-system recharging/replacement
    • Insurance costs for both Collision Damage & Medical

    Auto makers that rapidly redesign vehicles and introduce them will WIN BIG MARKET SHARE.

    This will drive them to RETHINK, REINVEST in and RELOCATE their SUPPLY CHAINS
    • Changes to Materials for strength and affordability rather than lightweight at all costs
    • Changes to Design for strength and affordability and safety, using new Materials
    • Retooling of Manufacturing for new Designs of Components, Modules and Subassemblies
    • Re-Automation of Assembly at every Stage of their Supply Chains
    • Re-Location of every Stage of their Supply Chains to the USA wherever possible
    … to avoid making the same mistake of investing in China/Asia for fleeting market/labor access
    … to leverage Automation and AI that minimizes Labor content-and-cost
    … to protect Intellectual Property and avoid Unfair Trade Practices
    … to avoid Tariffs and lost USA Brand Loyalty to Make-in-USA Competitors
    … to avoid the inevitable Buy-from-National Producers in less-than-free Economies
    … to avoid ultimate Nationalization, whether direct or indirect once their IP has been transferred.


      (Upstaging Obama’s Cash-for-Clunkers Fraud)

      From yesterday’s Air Force One press gaggle:
      “In addition, you’ll have a lot of cars come off the market that are 10, 12, 15 years old that are very bad for the environment and that, you know, chug a lot of fuel, because those people driving those cars don’t want to switch to one of the cars that they’re producing right now. 
      • Number one, they’re too expensive. 
      • Number two, they’re not nearly as safe. 
      • They’re lighter, much thinner, much more flimsy. 
      And we’re able to produce a sturdier car, which is safer, and we’re — we’re able to do something that will cost substantially less money for the consumer.”

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  21. franz dorn says:

    Ed Henry interviewed President Trump this morning. The President is still leaving things in the hands of Barr and he seems to be content with him – “We will see” was the president’s response..
    I’m not giving up on Barr until the President complains about Barr. I don’t feel that the President is captive.

    The President has plenty of other legal advice. I hope all of that advice is based primarily on realism.


  22. Little Berkeley Conservative says:

    It is so enjoyable to watch Nadler’s Zero’s freak out over Congressman Gaetz simply reading quotes from Al Sharpton and asking how much money the Rev was paid for his life story.

    Sheila Jokeson-Lie, actually protesting that Gaetz is not letting the Rev filibuster during Gaetz time.

    What unaware pieces of garbage the Dims have become. I haven’t yelled at my iPad like that in weeks!


  23. Boots says:

    From the day POTUS apppointed Barr as AG I’ve repeatedly posted Barr’s extreme anti-second amendment past record. Some here pooh-pah’d my postings. Well, here’s what we got when POTUS appointed the attorney who defended paid federal hit man Lon Horiuchi. Defacto gun registration that’s in *complete contravention* to the Gun Control Act of 1968 which states, in effect, the federal government shall not create or maintain a registry of gun owners.

    But Barr doesn’t give a poop about that. He’s an anti-gunner. He’s now the USAG. And he’s gonna make sure he gets yours and my guns registered. By any means possible. Even illegally.

    If this passes you can kiss your gun rights goodbye. And I’ll stay home for the 2020 election if Trump signs it. Trump NEVER WAS a true second amendment supporter. He’s done great work on everything else but he’s thrown me under the bus on guns. If Americans have no gun rights, they have no America because they open wide the door to confiscation and the final subjugation of what was America. If that happens, you can thank Trump.

    And don’t give me any cr@p about that or start on your ‘if you don’t like Trump go away’. Guns are all we have against tyranny. If you don’t know that now, you will when America is like Paris, Berlin, and every other free country overrun by Muslims and run by progressive communists.

    From Gun Owners of America;

    The Daily Caller has released a memo being circulated by Attorney General William Barr to coerce weak-kneed Republican Senators into passing gun control. He’s bringing the Toomey-Manchin Universal Background Check and Registration Bill back from the dead after Republicans defeated it in 2013.

    What’s different this time? Barr is lying to Senators about what this new bill would do.

    Here’s the truth: under this bill, virtually every single gun owner would have a Form 4473 or an indistinguishable “Bill of Sale / Chain of Title” for your firearm. And given that ATF is already illegitimately scanning 4473 forms into a national registry, this will only exacerbate an existing problem.

    We need your help cutting through Barr’s lies and getting the truth out to Republican Senators before they take our country down a dangerous road where Americans like YOU are added to a government registry for exercising our constitutional rights. Please add your name to our pre-written letter informing Republican Senators about the TRUTH behind this deceptive gun grab and warning them that if they vote to slash our rights, gun owners won’t vote to re-elect them.

    >>>>> William Barr claims that this bill would deal only with “commercial” transactions, but deceptively defines “commercial” to include virtually EVERY private sale. <<<<>>>> And because your purchase will be on file with the ATF, when a future President Beto O’Rourke (or Joe Biden) decides it’s time to come “take your AR-15,” they’ll know who has them and where you are. <<<<>>>> Gun Owners of America tried to warn the Senate and President Trump about nominating an anti-gunner like William Barr to be the Attorney General of the United States, given his previous support for a semi-auto ban. Now we’re seeing the consequences. <<<<<

    We hope that this time — with the help from voters like you — we can successfully warn the Senate to strike down Barr’s gun control push and prevent America from taking a dark and dangerous turn.
    Please add your name to our pre-written letter informing Republican Senators about the TRUTH behind this deceptive gun grab and warning them that if they vote to slash our rights, gun owners won’t vote to re-elect them.

    In Liberty,

    Erich Pratt
    Senior Vice President
    Gun Owners of America



    • Boots says:

      Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA 68), 18 USC 926(a)(3)
      “No such rule or regulation prescribed after the date of the enactment of the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act may require that records required to be maintained under this chapter or any portion of the contents of such records, be recorded at or transferred to a facility owned, managed, or controlled by the United States or any State or any political subdivision thereof, nor that any system of registration of firearms, firearms owners, or firearms transactions or dispositions be established.”

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    • rustybritches says:

      Bill Barr is not getting any love or respect from the Republicans on what he is trying to sell about Guns and such and PT has already said just yesterday that he will not allow anyone to do anything to take the Second Admend away from law biding Gun owners and if that’s a good as your support is Then fine Fall for the same tricks every time.. PT does this every time and you will see that in the end he will win the kind of thing he wants just like he has on immigration so take it all with a piece of salt and don’t let it all get to you .
      No body is or has thrown you under the bus, Why don’t you wait until its all said and done and then complain about what you don’t like and then do something to make sure its not signed into law..

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      • jcm800 says:

        Defend your ALL Constitutional Rights with all Vigor, Anger, and Jealous Attention!

        Recent comment:

        “why do you object so to registration of firearms?

        Because the only protection you really have against their confiscation is anonymity.

        Defend your Privacy.

        If they don’t know you have it, they can’t take it away.”

        “Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.”

        Patrick Henry

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      • JCM800 says:

        “law abiding”
        Which law, the Unconstitutional Law that Criminalizes California and New York residents who rightfully purchased property and must surrender it or be jailed?


    • tozerbgood8315 says:

      Boots, I’m gonna just guess that you’re one of those never Trumpers that is voting for Biden, cause he’s never taken your guns away yet.


  24. WeThePeople2016 says:


  25. sunnyflower5 says:

    So Adam Bull Schitt has known this information for weeks.
    Yet, he did not find it important enough to return early from his six week vacation.
    That’s alarming. 🙄

    President Trump has stated numerous times- he speaks knowing his calls are being listen in on.
    The media have printed several conversations with world leaders.
    He spoke about having his calls monitored as a presidential candidate and as President of the United States.

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  26. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  27. Greg1 says:


    McCabe wants the investigations against HIM to STOP.

    Thaaaaaaaaat’s OBSTRUCTION!!!

    If that is the standard they want to apply to President Trump?

    They HAVE to apply it to McCabe.

    Bring in Mueller!

    Bring in Pelosi!

    Bring in Nadler!

    Bring in Schiff!


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    • WRB says:

      This McCabe is a piece of work.

      Why can’t they no-knock raid his sorry ass at 3 am, and drag him out while some “journalist” intones over the real-time video that a criminal acting on behalf of Obama was finally going to get justice?

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    • franz dorn says:

      I wish that this McCabe story would be picked up by Sundance.
      Bromwich is still complaining. That does not make sense to me. Apparently, even CNN does not want McCabe to appear while indictment is pending,. Bromwich may need to get paid; the Go-Fund- Me Proceeds may have expired.
      Judge J. speculates that Durham has a Federal Grand Jury in Ct. with sealed indictments on McCabe. If DC grand jury won’t indict, you stay out of a no true bill, and wait until the Ct. indictments are unsealed. That way McCabe is not given an interim victory.

      The Constitutional venue requirement only expressly applies to jury trials, not to grand juries. We need indictments first. But if there are Connecticut indictments, which is outside of trial venue, the media is going to howl.


  28. MaineCoon says:

    Bolton, now Tillison. He badmouths PM Netanyahu. Says he played P45 sometimes. Why is this even in the JPost today?

    The only life these has-beens have is badmouthing PDJT, his family, policies, etc. Get a life, Tillison. You too, Bolton.

    Former US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of having “played” President Donald Trump and providing him with “misinformation.”

    Tillerson’s comments, reported Wednesday in the the Harvard Gazette – Harvard’s official news website – took place during a private talk on Tuesday that Tillerson gave at the university detailing his tenure as secretary of state. Tillerson served as the US top diplomat for 14 months – from February 2017 to March 2018 – until Trump fired him via twitter.
    According to the Harvard Gazette, Tillerson said that Netanyahu was “an extraordinarily skilled” politician and diplomat, although “a bit Machiavellian.” He said that the prime minister builds good and “useful” relationships with leaders and countries that he figures he will need in the future.

    “In dealing with Bibi, it’s always useful to carry a healthy amount of skepticism in your discussions with him,” Tillerson was quoted as saying, adding that Israel would share “misinformation” when it fell it was necessary to persuade the US.

    “They did that with the president on a couple of occasions, to persuade him that ‘We’re the good guys, they’re the bad guys.’ We later exposed it to the president so he understood, ‘You’ve been played,’” said Tillerson. “It bothers me that an ally that’s that close and important to us would do that to us,” he said.

    A spokesman for the prime minister responded by saying, “Secretary Tillerson, Israel is the good guy.”

    During his short term in office, Tillerson – a former CEO of ExxonMobil – had little to do with the Israel-Palestinian diplomatic efforts, with that issue placed instead in the hands of of Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.


    • Bert Darrell says:

      “Why is this even in the JPost today?” you ask, Maine Coon.
      The answer is easy. JPost is pretty much the Israeli equivalent of the New York Times. Communist-own papers exist all over the world. Israel is no exception.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Ma McGriz says:

        You are correct.

        “Tillerson’s comments, reported Wednesday in the the Harvard Gazette – Harvard’s official news website – took place during a private talk on Tuesday that Tillerson gave at the university detailing his tenure as secretary of state.”

        This is tantamount to a drunk ex-wives tell-all pity-party attack, and the only thing private about it was the money involved in hosting and publicizing it.

        Lying liars lying again.


      • mikeyboo says:

        In the immortal words of Srah Palin: You becha!!!


    • mikeyboo says:

      “He said that the prime minister builds good and “useful” relationships with leaders and countries that he figures he will need in the future.” All intelligent world leaders do exactly that. And all try to place their own nations in the most favorable light.
      Of course -Tillerson – a former CEO of ExxonMobil- had no bias toward the Arab/Muslim oil producing states what so ever. Snort!


  29. rutwood says:

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  30. sunnyflower5 says:

    Trudeau is checking off every single virtue singling subject he can think off.
    He has not / will not answered how many times he has worn blackface.


  31. rutwood says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      When I see this vid., I feel so blessed to be an American.

      I remember watching vids of Swedes and Germans a few years back, when these kinds of problems were first erupting over there. The bizarre brainwashed reactions the “man on the street” had to the exact same problems was soooo depressing and infuriating to witness. I knew they were DONE as societies.

      Thank. God. for Sane Americans! I really love these people!

      We WILL fix this!

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    • Ma McGriz says:

      We win by standing shoulder to shoulder and heart to heart with these right-thinking Americans.


  32. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  33. POTUS is ENDING CATCH-and-RELEASE in 2 weeks!

    RE: Press gaggle yesterday on Air Force One,

    ACTING COMMISSIONER MORGAN: Yes, sir. So hopefully, within the next couple of weeks, because of the network of initiatives and policies by this administration that’s really been supported by several different entities within DHS — USCIS, ICE, as well as CBP — we’re confident that in a couple of weeks, we’re going to be able to end catch and release at the southwest border.

    THE PRESIDENT: There will be no more catch and release. Nobody coming into the country.


    THE PRESIDENT: It would be a big — a big step. And that’s without the Democrats. It would have been easier — you know, if we could have done it the other way. But because of what we’ve done through regulation and what we’re doing with Mexico, we won’t have catch — within two weeks, we’ll be free of catch-and-release — releasing people into the country.

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    • Roger Duroid says:

      I hope PDJT is going to catch and then remove them to Hawaii while they wait for their court date. They can’t escape from there on aircraft to the mainland – everyone leaving Hawaii for US has to show passport or visa for landing in the US mainland.

      Let the radical dems running hawaii support them while they wait for their court hearing to be deported for illegally entering. Far cheaper to fly them to Hawaii and release rather than hold for 30 days. Of course, you give them the choice – we bus you back across the border to mexico or get on the airplane to hawaii and take care of yourself there.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Actually, I like your Hawaii idea (also because I detest Mazie HIrono). If you swam across the Rio Grande, you will have to swim across the Atlantic.


      • Ma McGriz says:

        > Roger Duroid
        I hear you, and if it weren’t for the many Hawaiians who don’t agree with or support their liberal leadership, it at least makes conceptual sense…..although I’m not sure it would make as much practical sense….wouldn’t gitmo be more appropriate?

        But this does raise a still hugely overlooked issue that still hasn’t broken through the msm’s longstanding barrier of reality-based coverage of Illegal immigration, which is that illegal immigration hurts people.

        It hurts individual American families and neighborhoods, that are made up of hard working, law abiding people just like you and me, who suffer the nastiness and crime, over-crowding and hostilities of it every day. It drives families and communities out of their homes.

        Unless one has experienced it firsthand, it seems easy to joke about putting illegals on islands… or any other location……except our own communities, of course.

        I wish we could impose the caretaking duties of housing awaiting deportees on those responsible for using our money to create the crisis, but it’s not going to happen in pelosi’s community or wasserman-shultz’ or patty murray. It’s going to happen to yours and mine.

        Fortunately, the President is taking many of the right steps to make such arrangements unnecessary by enacting the means to eliminate the invaders’ ability to enter.

        And just as importantly, he continues to take back the the language used in the American discussion of illegal immigration. He’s busting the chains of political correctness imposed by the left and their lapdogs in media. We’re back to calling it by its real name and dealing with it for what it is: crime. It’s not a matter of opinion. It’s a matter of law. The fake news media have lost their cover thanks to POTUS’ big mouth and loud twitter habits.

        He’s giving illegals the best up-front choice of all: Don’t. Come. Here.


  34. linda4298 says: But Mudd asserted that the whistleblower had no right to raise concerns about Trump’s calls with foreign leaders, saying that “the president can say what he wants to Putin. He can say what he wants to Kim Jong Un.”

    “The president can say what he wants. It’s not the responsibility of the intel guys to go police the president and go snitch on him to the Congress. Ridiculous!”

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  35. Bert Darrell says:

    A message to all trolls visiting CTH or other web sites, who are either playing or actually are stooopid:

    When PDJT was asked during his 2016 campaign how Mexico would pay for the wall, he consistently pointed out that it would be easy because Mexico’s balance of trade with the USA was about +$70 billion per year. Clearly, and obvious to anyone with at least two functional brain cells, if the wall cost some $20 billion or so, eliminating the $70 billion deficit would offset the wall cost several times over.

    Yet, the stooopid and/or disingeneous trolls contend that candidate Trump “lied” because Mexico isn’t writing a $20 billion check payable to the USA treasury.

    I ask myself: how can they really be so stooopid? There are two possible answers: 1) yes, and 2) they are trying to convince the lo-fos who seem to represent the vast majority of their constituents, with a phony argument. Either answer is pretty bad for the communists who have taken over the demo/socialist/communist party. To them, I say: keep banging your heads against a brick wall and cooking up lies, it’s good for your health.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Troublemaker10 says:

    Of course not. Won’t own your own house either . All your stuff will belong to the government. You’ll still have to pay for it though.

    Liked by 1 person

  37. rutwood says:

    Fed. charges for Lieu and Schiff’s BF.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Can kicked again with a CR. So after Nov 21 the dems will present a crap budget. If the President veto’s they will say he a meanie for shutting down government at Christmas.


  39. rutwood says:


  40. joeknuckles says:

    “Jolson from Canada” should be toast by now.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. linda4298 says: Instead, Democrats’ cause for concern should be the mountains of money Trump is raising here — and, more importantly, the right-wing energy that money represents.

    California has long been an ATM for politicians of both parties. But even so, Trump’s haul this week is expected to be eye-popping. At Tuesday’s secretive Portola Valley luncheon, where ticket prices ranged from $1,000 to $100,000 and attendees were whisked to an undisclosed luncheon by shuttle, Trump raked in $3 million. Later that night, at a Beverly Hills soiree hosted by billionaire developer and longtime Trump supporter Geoffrey Palmer, the president added another $4 million to his tally. On Wednesday, he’s expected to bring the trip’s grand total to $15 million with a Los Angeles breakfast and San Diego luncheon.

    That’s $15 million in a single state in less than 24 hours. By comparison, Kamala Harris raised $11.8 million nationwide during the entire second quarter of 2019.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ma McGriz says:

      There are many many hard working, upstanding Americans who call California home, and to me this is a clear signal that they’re ready to take back their state. I say God bless and Godspeed.

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  42. EPA will be CITING California’s Shi*hole [Sanctuary] Cities in the next 2 weeks!

    [RE POTUS press gaggle yesterday on Air Force One]
    [CDC will likely kick in as well.]

    IMO, State of Emergency likely … imagine the dimensions for action …
    • Tracing of disease sources … to HOMELESS ILLEGAL ALIENS.
    • Tracing of disease sources … to INCARCERATED ILLEGAL ALIENS.
    • Tracing of disease sources … to RELEASED ILLEGAL ALIENS.
    • Investigations of ALL prisons and jails.
    • Investigations of ALL state and city officials including ALL communications.
    • Investigations of ALL of their sources of funding and recipients of funding.

    Investigation expands NATIONWIDE to ALL SANCTUARY CITIES & STATES.

    Funding Cabal INDICTED.

    Church Underground Railroaders INDICTED.

    Deportations EXPLODE.

    Driver Licenses & Voter Registrations for Illegals EXPOSED.

    National Voter Registration System MANDATED.

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  43. rutwood says:

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  44. Zippy says:

    DOJ “Coup Discussions” Show Effort to Further Undermine Trump | Tom Fitton

    “So, when you look at all these emails that Judicial Watch had to uncover, not Congress, not the Justice Department voluntarily, certainly not the media, you have these DOJ documents confirming that the [25th Amendment] coup discussions did take place, that there was a dishonest effort to try to the mitigate the DOJ’s involvement in this, where’s Congress on this, where’s law enforcement on this? For all the noise you’re hearing, I don’t hear anything about investigations by the Attorney General and by his US attorney in Connecticut. Are they investigating this? I don’t think so. I hope so, but I haven’t seen any indication that there’s anything serious going on in that regard.”

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    • Boots says:

      Barr? He’s asking the US Senate to pass his proposal for federal gun registration, in contravention to USC 926(a)(3):
      “No such rule or regulation prescribed after the date of the enactment of the Firearm Owners’ Protection Act may require that records required to be maintained under this chapter or any portion of the contents of such records, be recorded at or transferred to a facility owned, managed, or controlled by the United States or any State or any political subdivision thereof, nor that any system of registration of firearms, firearms owners, or firearms transactions or dispositions be established.”

      Go here to send pre-printed “VOTE NO” letter to every Republican senator

      Link is from Gun Owners of America, and this is what the link says:

      Stop GOP Senators from Destroying your 2A Rights
      Attorney General William Barr is bringing the Toomey-Manchin Universal Background Check and Registration Bill back from the dead after Republicans defeated it in 2013. He’s selling weak-kneed Republican Senators a bunch of lies about the bill to get them to support it.

      We need your help cutting through Barr’s lies and getting the truth out to Republican Senators.

      Please add your name to our pre-written letter informing Republican Senators about the TRUTH behind this deceptive gun grab and warning them that if they vote to slash our rights, gun owners won’t vote to re-elect them.

      NOTE: You will be able to read the letter in its entirety before signing your name to it.


      • JCM800 says:

        None of this should have come out of the DOJ, and Barr the Pig, owns it.
        New York Unconstitutional Arms Restrictions disarm Citizens making them easy prey for Predators who don’t follow laws to begin with.
        The last thing America needs is a New York City style Disarmament Dictates, which have been hated across the rest of the Free States, for Decades.


  45. WeThePeople2016 says:

    My my.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ozark says:

      I’ll believe it when I see it.


    • rutwood says:

      Not really. The same only different.


      “And we were wrong about that.”

      The leaders then went on to describe what they call a “two steps back strategy,” which will involve putting together a team of almost 100 business leaders to call on the Trump administration and lawmakers to end the trade war with China. Some of these executives have ties to the farming business, an industry that has been negatively impacted by the tariffs.

      They’re also aiming to educate 100,000 activists in at least 35 states about the potential negative impact of using tariffs to battle China. Those volunteers will then be expected to start reaching out to their congressional leaders. The network hopes these activists can convince lawmakers on Capitol Hill to stand up against the administration’s current trade policy. The latest phase of the Koch campaign is expected to cost the network millions of dollars.”


  46. rutwood says:

    Human consumption is more environmentally friendly.


  47. youme says:

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  48. Nick the Deplorable says:

    Judge blocks California law requiring the candidate release their tax returns. President wins again.

    Liked by 5 people

  49. rutwood says:

    Liked by 2 people

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