September 26th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #980

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378 Responses to September 26th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #980

  1. linda4298 says:

    Victoria Toensing
    See hubby and me tonight 9/26
    to discuss lying
    who,during Hearing, made up fake words from the
    phone call with Ukraine President. He also falsely claimed he had evidence of Trump/Russian collusion. Why didn’t he give it to Mueller? #maga
    Victoria Toensing
    Intell Comm IG
    who determined “whistleblower” made credible complaint re
    call w/ Ukraine President, worked for John Carlin, who made false statements to FISA court re Carter Page. WH personnel office shld all be fired. #MAGA2020

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  2. youme says:

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  3. DJ says:

    Not sure if this has been listed before, but just in case it hasn’t here it is for Minnesota Treepers:

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  4. Tseg says:

    So here it is. Dem money dries up if Warren advances to compete against PT. Follow the money… the fake Indian will not be the nominee.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. youme says:

    Valerie Plame redux

    The left is going nuts in the comments


  6. LIG says:

    Just caught the questions Jeopardy on Pete buttigeg and began closer listening. walking thru room the question was where did Ralph Northum go to college. Anyone else watch tonight.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. H. Hawke says:

    Paul Ryan advises Fox (he’s now on the board) to break with POTUS.

    I’ve been expecting this.


  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  9. H. Hawke says:

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Bernstein is a snarky, anti Trump, arse — so his perspective is warped. I do ,however, hope he is right that Barr will soon release an origins report shining light on the truth about the spygate coup.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. icndark says:

    Is it just me, or could we just ‘slode some heads already? Let it hit the fan and turn on the lights and watch the vermin scatter. The process is not so complicated as it may first appear. The trap has already been set. The only entity with a lower approval rating than the Enemedia, would be that of Congress. Therefore, purge the inventory. Watch them scramble to re-butt serious, documented breaches of existing law. Lay it all bare, and We The People will decide.

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  11. sunnyflower5 says:

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  12. wtd says:

    more MAGA winning

    China’s top diplomat says Beijing willing to buy more U.S. products


  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Beautifully said!

    Liked by 10 people

  14. wtd says:

    Republicans see impeachment backfiring. Democrats fear they may be right

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  15. withacloth says:

    Tweeters please fill his timeline to block Lee’s S386 anti-America visa bill.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. A2 says:

    One European country that is pulling its weight on the PRC interference and bribe and snatch game.

    Read this thread, kudos to the Czech Republic.

    Jakub Janda

    On Wednesday, Czech Senate held a debate on China. Director of Czech counterintelligence agency (BIS) Michal Koudelka was pretty explicit.

    See below:

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  17. A2 says:


    In other news from UNGA. President Trump led the meeting on religious freedom. It’s all connected

    “China is harvesting thousands of human organs from its Uighur Muslim minority, UN human-rights body hears

    The UN Human Rights Council heard on Tuesday that China is engaged in widespread harvesting of human organs from persecuted religious and ethnic minorities.

    The China Tribunal made the accusation at the council’s meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. It said Uighur Muslims and the Falun Gong religious group were affected.

    The China Tribunal is a group backed by an Australian human rights charity that’s investigating the issue.

    A lawyer for the group said China was “cutting out the hearts and other organs from living, blameless, harmless, peaceable people,” describing the situation as an atrocity.

    China has denied large-scale harvesting of organs. It has acknowledged using executed prisoners’ organs in the past but says it stopped in 2015, according to Reuters.”

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    • withacloth says:

      “China has denied **large-scale** harvesting of organs.”

      The communist left here: There is no evidence of **large scale** vote fraud.


    • Patience says:

      Oh my Lord……………..Good God!
      Thanks for your always informative (mind blowing) posts, A2


    • SHV says:

      “The China Tribunal made the accusation at the council’s meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. It said Uighur Muslims and the Falun Gong religious group were affected.”
      Possible, but I doubt it. Ex-Pat Han are paying big bucks for a Han Chinese kidney match and I doubt they want a Central Asian kidney. When I was in Hong Kong about 20 years ago during first week of October, Chinese National Day, there was a one week halt to executions on the Mainland. The Hong Kong media were running multiple stories about the huge back up of Ex-Pat Chinese waiting in Hong Kong for executions to begin again and for organ to become available. The large number of people waiting were putting a stress on hotels and on kidney dialysis centers.

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      • A2 says:

        Falun Gong are ethnically Chinese. Many Uyghurs are mixed race. As for your story about hk, Back it up. Citations? I was there too.


        • SHV says:

          “Back it up. Citations? I was there too.”
          My ex has all the travel stuff from that time frame but quick think is that it was about 5 years after “Tiananmen” and a few years after being in USSR prior to final collapse; so 1994-5(?). (time compression get really severe after age 75. :>) All I can say is that I distinctly remember the local media talking about the execution moratorium and the stress on medical and lodging facilities caused by the backup of people waiting for transplants. I also remember never being so happy to see a McDonalds after spending three weeks riding 2 and 3 number trains in China for three weeks,:>)


          • A2 says:

            I apologise for being short with you, but I was actually serving on the AIDS Advisory Council of the HKG at that time. I would have remembered the press reports at that time.

            There was a big brouhaha on mainland women coming to HK to give birth because of the excellent record of maternal and infant care in HK and also to get residency for the babies. It put a massive strain on health facilities at that time and there was a public backlash about it.

            HK barely had enough facilities for their own dialysis patients, let alone medical tourists. There are only a few private hospitals in HK. Those people would have booked themselves into Mainland hospitals for the wait and where they would get transplants from executed prisoners (Falun Gong members fit that designation), not in HK which has strict laws about that.


  18. A2 says:


    It’s happening on US campuses also.

    ‘Chinese students’ association loses status at Canadian university after protest of Uygur activist’s talk was allegedly coordinated with Chinese consulate

    Student agency at McMaster University in Ontario took action after the chapter spearheaded a campaign against a talk given on campus by activist Rukiye Turdush
    The group’s alleged coordination with the Chinese consulate was deemed to be in violation of student union regulations

    Anonymous testimony from a student of Chinese ethnicity submitted to the student body said that it was “extraordinarily terrifying […] to know that an organization — in its capacity as an [student union]-ratified club — reported activity on campus to the Chinese government.”


  19. A2 says:

    UNGA stories dribbling out.

    Peter Navarro for the win!
    Cheryl Bolen
    “In just the third Extraordinary Congress in
    history, member countries approved today by unanimous acclamation a comprehensive set of reforms based on the U.S. proposal.”
    WH trade adviser Navarro describing postal rate win for Trump administration today

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  20. jx says:

    While Schiff et al allege election interference remember: Biden is NOT a candidate. There is NO election interference.

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  21. A2 says:

    Guess which administration opened the doors to PRC propaganda in the US?

    “Launched on February 6, 2012 as CCTV America, on December 31, 2016 CCTV News became CGTN, China Global Television Network. CGTN America is the U.S. production and broadcast arm of CGTN News. The D.C. broadcast center employs nearly 160 people.”

    Now read this:👇

    China Central Television: A Long-standing Weapon in Beijing’s Arsenal of Repression
    Part of the station’s mission is to attack designated enemies of the Communist Party.


  22. A2 says:

    Hong Kong Bill on Special Status Heads to House, Senate Votes
    By Daniel Flatley
    September 25, 2019, 2:36 PM EDT
    Updated on September 25, 2019, 4:25 PM EDT

    Committees approve Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act
    Swift advancement of bills underscores bipartisan support


  23. Troublemaker10 says:

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  24. A2 says:

    Illustrating what the President said on religious freedom at UNGA.

    Interview: ‘As Soon as I Was Taken Inside, I Knew it Was a Prison’

    Zumuret Dawut had to agree to a forced sterilization in order to be able permitted to leave Xinjiang with her husband and family.

    Read more of the interview here:


  25. A2 says:

    “Democracy Activist Who Called For Chinese President’s Resignation Dies in Police Custody

    Wang Meiyu had repeatedly called for democratic elections and the resignation of China’s president and premier.

    A rights activist who called publicly for the resignation of Chinese president Xi Jinping has died in a police-run detention center in the central province of Hunan, rights groups said.

    “When I saw his body, it was like another person; he was totally unrecognizable,” Cao said. “They wouldn’t let me take my cell phone in with me, and there were a lot of police officers there with us, and they stopped me from getting too close”

    US response

    China Commission
    #WangMeiyu died in detention in #Hunan province after being charged for demanding universal suffrage. Wang reportedly shackled to a metal chair and beaten during detention. Chairs seek a full & transparent investigation into his death.


  26. linda4298 says: Ryan Saavedra Retweeted
    Jesse Watters
    Treaty signed by Bill Clinton provides solid legal ground for President
    request to Ukraine.

    Liked by 1 person

  27. jx says:

    Levin radio show

    Liked by 1 person

  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    LOL, Rudy! Mitt Romney is our Al Gore. 🤣😂

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  29. sunnyflower5 says:

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  30. jx says:

    NONE of these people have been nominated. NONE of these people have had a single vote cast in any primary. NONE of these people are immune from investigation. Investigation is NOT “election interference”. Adam Schiff is a LIAR. The Trump-Zelensky phone in no way interfered with any election. IT IS A LIE.

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  31. sunnyflower5 says:

    Senator Chris Murphy (D., Conn.), who traveled to Ukraine in early September, told reporters this week that he had heard “directly” from Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky that Zelensky felt pressured by Trump to investigate Hunter Biden’s involvement with Ukrainian gas giant Burisma. But according to a tape of a briefing Murphy gave two weeks ago about his meeting with Zelensky, Murphy made no mention at all of such an allegation.


  32. bessie2003 says:

    The President signed an Executive Order today which says the Federal government must work with State and local municipalities willing to accept refugees. This is a welcome change from States and communities being forced to take refugees regardless of whether they wanted to or could afford to.

    Here is a link to it:


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