October 10th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #994

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857 Responses to October 10th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #994

  1. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Freaking classic Twitter Trolling right there.

      “they suck”… bah!

      Liked by 11 people

    • nepanyrush says:

      In the presidential debate, they were terrible. Arguing with him, trying to set him and blindside him with videos. He was just too foxy for them, with his quick comebacks and unwillingness to let them accept their premises and set the narrative.

      Shep Smith has always been against him, but then add Donna Brazile!

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    • dawg says:

      Absolutely EPIC!!!

      So I got kicked off Twitter in 2016. But just last week I signed up again and was able to make an account for the sole purpose of following President Trump.

      Then I turned on notifications for Trump tweets only, but silenced the dings and buzzes so they just pop up on my phone.

      So throughout the day, when I pick up my phone, sometimes Im greeted by another epic POTUS tweet! Its great! Highly recommended!

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Well….he did it……he outed Judge Nap…and basically the entire Faux crew….

      The guy has nads of steel…..glad he is with us….

      Hey Faux……

      Well……Bye….

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      • Mucho Grande El Brasso Boyos, El Presidente’ Trumpo!!!!!

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      • steph_gray says:

        Gunny whaddaya wanna bet Judge Nap was on that list we’re hearing about today…

        …that probably got searched through the NSA db…

        …and that might have yielded pressure-fruit in some cases even with the good guys (which Nap was until suddenly he wasn’t – same for Drudge)…

        Ya think?

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  2. sunnyflower5 says:

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  3. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump retweet

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    • Johnny Dollar says:

      “Oh well, I’m President “

      Too funny! I love ❤️ his sense of humor

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      • Amy2 says:

        Yeah. I needed some humor today. I check the Fox new site in the morning after email. Their poll was so discouraging (it was among registered voters). I need a little Rush fix, some CTH intravenously throughout the day and a rally tonight!

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        • Mike says:

          Under Lachlan Murdock, FOX News has become as Corporate left wing as MSNBC and CNN. Lachlan is a typical Limo Socialist as long as it’s with YOUR money. Even CNN ran a segment in Wisconsin about how much Union Workers now support Trump instead of ANY Dem. Don’t let the vermins propaganda sway you. It’s all lying BS.

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          • Amy2 says:

            I’ll never be swayed, but I’m a little disheartened. I’ll get over it. Amazing that so many people out there don’t want the truth, or at least wonder if there’s more to the story they’re not being told. 😦

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Newt is an idiot.

      High Crimes Crimes Crimes, did I mention crimes?

      Do either of these two believe in the Constitution?

      By their standard elections are meaningless.

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      • nepanyrush says:

        But in this quote Newt is correct. The House just needs a majority to impeach. They can make up any excuse to impeach. It is the Senate that then holds the trial and needs 2/3.The House is just so stupid that they don’t realize the stick they are throwing at Trump is a boomerang and that people take impeachment much more seriously than the Democrats are.

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        • Roger Duroid says:

          PDJT’s attys will get virtually ALL the dem senators recused from the jury as well as romney and other rino’s who have clearly demonstrated bias against PDJT. If John Roberts allows them to remain on the jury, the entire “trial” will be nullified by PDJT before it even begins. Not sure what steps he’ll have to take to shut down this coup but he’s not going to be meek about what needs to be done, IMO. This is an innocent man being tried by jurors who have already said he’s guilty – the exact definition of a kangaroo court.

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          • Dixie says:

            There are people out there, even conservatives, who believe what the lying Fox poll says. I had to explain their poll this morning to a die-hard conservative 48% dems; 40% repubs; 15% independents. There are still some who are uninformed.

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      • wightmanfarm says:

        Newt is correct. The majority can ram anything through.

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        • WRB says:

          People keep saying this, but there are three co-equal branches to the federal gov’t.

          In theory, the executive branch could bring the “impeachment” to the supreme court claiming it is unconstitutional and the supreme court could rule that frivolous charges can not be grounds for impeachment.

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          • wightmanfarm says:

            Of course, but there is no guarantee that the courts would interfere or how they might rule.

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          • Doppler says:

            Sorry WRB, that’s not the way it works. It is supposed to be for “treason, bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors.” The last catch-all was a term of art under British law describing crimes committed by corrupt officeholders, using their offices for their own hidden purposes. Impeachment is one way that the unitary executive power of the presidency is subject to check by the legislature. But the constitution describes the whole process: articles of impeachment passed by a majority of the House, conviction by two-thirds of the Senate, following trial before the whole Senate presided over by the Chief Justice. No appeal to the courts. Only appeal from impeachment is to the voters in the next Congressional elections.

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            • WRB says:

              I have heard this argument, but it is an opinion, not a fact. If the court can overturn something passed by two chambers of congress and signed by the president, then it has the power to overturn something passed by one chamber of congress. Or to say it another way, if the house decided to impeach for jay-walking, then scotus could overturn that as unconstitutional, and who would over-rule them?

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        • Dixie says:

          Proven by obamacare. There is no end to what they will do to accomplish their goal.

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    • cjzak says:

      Just like the left’s constant use of the word “racist”, the word impeachment is being worn out and made more meaningless by the day. It takes the seriousness of the definition and action, right away from its somber intent rendering it pretty much useless. People will ignore the term now just as they do the words racism, racist etc. none of us likes to hear something over and over when the words don’t fit the made up crimes and fake hysteria reigns at every turn.Stepping on their own tongues at every opportunity. Well, better for PT in the long run anyway.

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  4. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump retweet

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  5. Reserved55 says:

    Fix poll.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. sunnyflower5 says:

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  7. sunnyflower5 says:

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  8. youme says:

    Austin is now the San Francisco of Texas

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    • wightmanfarm says:

      The Gov better get control of this situation… now.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Eric says:

        Why? This is what the people of Austin voted for.

        Let them enjoy it.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Aunt Clara says:

          Not all of us. And there are plenty of people mad about it. Don’t underestimate what our Governor will do – he is NOT Gavin Newsome and this isn’t California just yet.

          Liked by 1 person

          • wightmanfarm says:

            That’s what I’m hoping.

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          • willthesuevi says:

            My business partners are in Houston. I have been warning them for years they better get a handle on the leftist BS going on in your state. They don’t see the problem and tell me it will never happen in TX, because it is limited to Austin and a couple other areas. Uh, huh.

            30 years ago, we said the same thing in Colorado. Boulder and Durango were hippy college towns. No worries. Then the spawn of north eastern leftists showed up for college and never left. The last 10 years we were Californicated.

            Stick a fork in us, Colorado is done. Trust me, Texas is on their radar.

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        • Risa says:

          I think this is what happens in cities where there is a college. College students vote for crazy morons.

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          • dutzie6054 says:

            College students shouldn’t be allowed to vote in a place they live temporarily. It’s like pooping in a borrowed bed and then leaving. They need to vote absentee in their home state and city so they poop in their own beds.

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            • PinotNoir says:

              Spot on.

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            • Jim in TN says:

              Quite easy to get mail in ballots too.

              And even if you move to the state permanently, job, property, taxes, drivers license, plates, etc, there is no way the university will admit that and lower your fees to in state. Have to be in state for a year before starting classes.

              And so many colleges are in small cities. Population can double when students arrive. What a way to warp the local politics.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Arrest the mayor.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Read the comments on this tweet. There is more to this than what you see on the tweet.

      Liked by 7 people

      • corimari2013 says:

        Thank you for directing us to read the tweet’s comments, auscitizenmom.
        In doing so, we all learn–as Paul Harvey used to say–the rest of the story.
        A reminder to all of us to scrutinize.

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      • willthesuevi says:

        auscitizenmom,

        Are you saying this because many tweets talk about the mini-van driver being agressive.

        What you learn doing the real deeper dive into the story is that the scooter thrower was out in traffic and hit this guys van FIRST. That is why the driver then “was acting erratic” by driving onto the sidewalk and taking the scooter thrower down.

        Once again everyone is going to rail on the driver because of part of a video. Reminds me of the “Sandman” incident.

        Haven’t we learned yet?

        If I misinterpreted your post, and you are saying the same thing I did, then correct me.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          One thing I am NOT doing is “going to rail on the driver because of part of a video.” I am just saying there was more to this than two men writhing in the street punching each other. And, I really don’t know how much it had to do with the man being homeless…………if he is. From the one saying he witnessed what happened, it sounded to me like they were both at fault and got mad.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      In the comments to the video an apparent eyewitness said the driver was at fault, paraphrasing the comment by the apparent eyewitness: that the driver, turning a corner after the light had changed, hit the guy on the pedi who was in the crosswalk, then when the guy who’s pedi was hit yelled at the driver, the driver reversed, got out of his car and then there was a fight. Nothing about anyone being homeless.

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  9. sunnyflower5 says:

    Later days, Dodgers….

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  10. Reserved55 says:

    Do all Kenyans speak Hood?

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  11. Reserved55 says:

    An apple didn’t didn’t resonate. Hey, let’s coffee cup.

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    • trumpthepress says:

      Can an IQ be negative? Yikes these people are total crazies.
      They can try all they want but when you are part of the cover up and scam CNN, it’s obvious.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      If I am not mistaken, Juliet Huddy is another #MeToo FRAUD. Accused a Fox News anchor. Nothing more to be said on her “objectivity.”

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  12. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Both of these Presidents were elected to “drain the swamp,” and to put an end to blatant corruption… much of which by-the-way involves very highly placed Americans. And these Americans are now terrified, because they have no one to give the Ukrainians six hours to get rid of their new President. So, they want to get rid of ours, instead.

      But, “the jig is up.” The walls are closing in. There is nowhere to run. Schiff, Nadler, Pelosi, Biden, Obama, and many more are “guilty as hell,” and the Ukranians(!) can prove it.

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  13. sunnyflower5 says:

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  14. youme says:

    USA made rest of world middle class richer at the expense of USA middle class getting poorer by taking down trade barriers

    Paul Krugman finally gets it
    October 10, 2019

    https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2019-10-10/inequality-globalization-and-the-missteps-of-1990s-economics

    Krugman knew. He was warned. He mocked James Goldsmith

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    • youme says:

      Congress was warned. They did it anyway. Working full time against the American worker.

      https://www.c-span.org/video/?c4508362/sir-james-goldsmith-senate-speech-nov-15-1994

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      • willthesuevi says:

        You said Krugman finally gets it.

        No he doesn’t. Here is his final quote from the article.

        “So while the 1990s consensus on the effect of globalization hasn’t stood the test of time, its shortcomings don’t make a case for protectionism now. We might have done things differently if we had known what was coming, but that’s not a good reason to turn back the clock.”

        Krugman can piss off.

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    • Doppler says:

      Well, I never expected to see a link to Paul Krugman in the comments section of TCH, so I read my first Krugman column in at least five years. And he does take a couple mea culpas about how wrong he was in the 90s about the impact of the export of manufacturing jobs due to globalization.

      But it reminded of the old joke definition of economists being like men who know 50 ways to make love to a woman, but don’t know any women. It’s all about academic models, and famous peer-reviewed papers, and ends up concluding that, just because we underestimated the disruptive and negative impact of NAFTA and other globalization policies in the 90s, doesn’t mean we should embrace the potentially more disruptive impact of protective tariffs today. No mention whatsoever about China’s protective tariffs, and non-tariff trade barriers, IP theft, subsidized dumping to destroy our domestic production, etc. No mention whatsoever of the difference between allowing post-WWII destroyed countries being rebuilt under the Marshall Plan to keep tariffs to protect their recovering core industries, when the US was exporting more to those countries than it was importing (good for both countries), and continuing to allow those protective barriers after the US trade balance has turned negative, also in the 90s (good for those countries, bad for the US). No mention that Trump’s trade policies, other than protecting US Steel and Aluminum industries for national security purposes, strongly advocate for free trade without barriers, and it is China and others who cling to their “right” to foreclose foreign competition, to subvert other countries through espionage, and to wield the power of global Marxism embedded secretly in every free nation on the Earth. No mention of the true global struggle, stated eloquently by Trump at the UN, between Globalism and Patriotism, of each nation taking pride in its own culture and land and people and food and religion and industry, as opposed to the Orwellian prospect of Omnipotent Global control of everything, enforced through total surveillance, political correctness, the death of personal liberty and privacy.

      I’m convinced he’s a Marxist at heart, and what happened in the 90s is the Marxists gave up on Russia, where top-down “Socialist” control no longer could be defended post Chernobyl, no longer held any hope of catching up to and replacing the US and the West, or even to stop falling farther behind. So they gave up and moved their focus to the US and Western Europe, to begin dismantling them from within, a process at which Marxists are infinitely more talented than actually exercising the sort of total control by the Party that is their raison d’etre.

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  15. sunnyflower5 says:

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  16. “Enough is enough.” It’s long past time to file Trump v. US House of Representatives, explicitly challenging the Constitutionality of this entire dance. Because it is, indeed, Unconstitutional.

    We know what the Founders intended when they wrote this clause. Impeachment is not a political act of retribution: it is a response to a criminal act. American law does not include “maladministration” as a justification for removal.

    Here, we have the House acting as a kangaroo court, inventing its own version of “the law” and lately trying to remove the President based on a lie. This is illegal. Unless it is conclusively decided now that “Lawfare is wrong,” future Executives will be unable to rule.

    In all previous cases, the accused really did commit crimes as interpreted by the Courts, applying the law as they would. Per contra, in this case the persistent conclusion is that he did nothing wrong. Whereas, Joe Biden, sitting in the office of VPOTUS, could commit the high crime of extortion on television, and laugh as he did so, and absolutely nothing was done against him.

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Truth.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      “We know what the Founders intended when they wrote this clause. Impeachment is not a political act of retribution: it is a response to a criminal act. American law does not include “maladministration” as a justification for removal.”

      Good stuff. But the Courts are also guilty of violating the Founder’s version of what the judiciary would be. Why do you put so much faith in the courts in light of their actions over the past 4 decades or so? But if we’ve got the court, then send it on over. Maybe things will change in a generation but for now, it’s politics all the time.

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    • Doppler says:

      The extent of the court’s involvement in impeachment is to have the Chief Justice “preside” at the trial. As the presider, he can advise the Senate, as a trial judge instructs a jury, as to what the Constitution and precedent provide and require. The articles of impeachment will include some description of alleged wrongdoing, and at the Senate trial those allegations will be proven or disproven. But it is similar to the purpose and power of a jury to say no, we don’t care what the law and facts are, we don’t believe this defendant should be punished for what was alleged and proven in this case (the true definition of jury “nullification,” sometimes misused on this website to apply to judgment notwithstanding the verdict, where the judge nullifies the jury’s decision). In the end the 100 Senators (not subject to disqualification due to bias) vote their consciences or political biases or what they’ve been bribed to do, and it takes 2/3ds to convict. And there is no appeal, except to the voters in the next election.

      Besides, our VSGPDJT clearly has wanted impeachment, as the political mudfight platform on which to finally reveal all the hypocrisy, projection, corruption and abuse of power by the Deep State and the total propaganda bias of the media to the US public and the world. It may be the only way to drain the swamp, or at least to pull the plug that will initiate the long draining process.

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  17. Concernedcitizen says:

    When a news network engages in gaslighting by manufacturing fake polls to push an agenda, then that network should not have any viewers. Am I referring to CNN? No, Foxnews. Foxnews is committing suicide as it is apparent that it is part of the seditious conspiracy to depose the President. Foxnews has jumped the shark with this gaslighting stunt and will never recover its credibility. Bye-Bye Foxnews, you had a good run, but now it’s over.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      maybe. *IF* our side ends up winning the culture wars, it’s still unclear which institutions will survive and convert, and which will fall. Fox “news” is appalling of course by definition the media, corporations, governing institutions, universities, etc all fall in line with whatever the prevailing Establishment is. There’s little bravery out there, mostly opportunism. The younger Murdochs might simply conclude there’s more to be had by feeding at the other trough. But looking for virtue from the media isn’t probably the best idea.

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      • Concernedcitizen says:

        Foxnews will go the way of Megyn Kelly. Former Foxnews viewers will find alternatives, but Foxnews will not attract viewers from the “other trough”.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      Conservatives still watch Fox. They need to leave, en masse. They need to see a loss in viewers. Watch OANN!

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    • Vigorish Tap says:

      When I saw Marie Harf on yesterday as a commentator, I knew something was up with them.

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  18. burnett044 says:

    withdrawal……Lionel…

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  19. youme says:

    Social Security checks will get a 1.6% increase in 2020

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  20. Reserved55 says:

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  21. sunnyflower5 says:

    Next Representative to appear on FOX needs to refer to Fox’s Bogus Poll— Frauds.

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  22. Tagalong says:

    Is anyone going to visit their representative today to support the President day against this phony impeachment scam brought on the country by crooked democrat leadership? Be there at noon. I’m off soon and will report on how it went later.

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    • L. Gee says:

      I visited mine on Monday. By the way, he’s the most polite, biggest roll-over, we-can’t-do-anything, helpless TURD I ever did see. I expressed my disgust. Thank God he’s retiring!

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  23. sunnyflower5 says:

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  24. citizen817 says:

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  25. Raffaella says:

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  27. icanhasbailout says:

    Gabbard threatening to boycott the DNC debates and calling out the sham primaries.

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  28. George Hicks says:

    Trump Rids Major U.S. Container Port of Chinese Communist Control
    Under a long-term deal sealed by the Obama administration, a Chinese Communist company was set to control the second-busiest container port in the United States. In an unreported Trump administration victory, the Communists are out after a drawn-out national security review forced a unit of China-based COSCO Shipping Holdings Co. (Orient Overseas Container Line—OOCL) to sell the cherished container terminal business, which handles among the largest freight of imports into the U.S.

    https://www.judicialwatch.org/corruption-chronicles/trump-rids-major-u-s-container-port-of-chinese-communist-control/

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    • MarcusZ1967 says:

      I see I’m not paying close enough attention to the comments.. lol

      I posted this also below. 😉

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      • rashomon says:

        Good news is worth repeating! Especially on a busy site such as TCTH.

        Now what devil in PDJT going to drive out of the next port? And why did we allow foreigners to run our ports at all! What an invitation to disaster. Major entry point for trafficking drugs, arms, humans…whatever can be traded on the black market.

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  29. Reserved55 says:

    Reminder.

    The Nuremberg defense.

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    • IGiveUp says:

      “Active participation” in a “smear campaign.” That’s what the Biden campaign is accusing The New York Times of in a letter sent to exec editor Dean Baquet over the newspaper’s coverage of the Bidens and Ukraine. https://t.co/oEXvMmsmuM pic.twitter.com/nUtIBugAWw

      — Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) October 10, 2019

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  30. jbrickley says:

    Can we get an in depth article on the Kurds and the conflict? From what I can gather their fight goes way way way back in history. They are a nationless people who exist across borders. Turkey is mighty pissed off at the Kurds and the Kurds have launched attacks in Turkey for many years. They were a torn in the side of several nations. All this talk of abandoning the Kurds fails to mention the fact that to really help them we would have to start a major war to carve out a nation for them. That’s not going to happen, America doesn’t have the stomach for that. Their values don’t align with America all that closely.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      I could not possibly care less about the Kurds. We got our own problems right here.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      There’s really no good guys to support in the cult of islam.
      Just a lot of potential customers to sell weapons to.

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    • willthesuevi says:

      jbrickley,

      I am with Joeknucles on this one. The Kurdish problem is complicated. Part of the Syrian Kurds are hardened communists. Another part has been conducting terrorist operations in Turkey for years. Yes, we had SF soldiers helping. You have heard the old middle eastern saying, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”. It was always supposed to be a limited engagement. I lurk a board of current and former special operations warriors from all branches. To a man, their comments are supportive of getting the hell out of there. Some of these men were there. [To be clear – I am not, nor have I ever been with SOCOM or affiliated in any way.]

      With that said, the Kurdish people in northern Iraq are our friends and we have helped them tremendously. They in turn have helped us. We are not abandoning them. I have a good friend there now, in a civilian capacity.

      The leftists and their media sycophants have created this BS narrative. Two weeks ago they could give two shits about the Syrian Kurds.

      The only American that needs to be sent over there is John Walker Lindh, but not before we cut both his arms and legs off.

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  31. I am running this poll on Twitter and the results are pretty interesting. Read some of the comments as well. It’s pretty obvious that there isn’t this huge ground swell of Republicans (25%???) that want Trump impeached. It’s ridiculous. Funny that some are actually saying YES to impeachment because they want the Dems to put up or shut up and force them to take a vote.

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    • RESULTS THUS FAR:
      R) YES-Impeach . 3%
      R) NO-Don’t impeach 88%
      D) YES-Impeach 1%
      D) NO-Don’t impeach 7%

      Note several Rs say they hit the wrong button. Kind of curious on the 7% Dems that say no to impeach. Wonder if some are purposely tanking the poll. But interesting to see that only 4% say to impeach. I think that is the big takeaway from the poll.

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  32. Reserved55 says:

    Projection is the best Joe can do.

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  33. icanhasbailout says:

    this is hilarious

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  34. kallibella says:

    What is happening to comments?! I am seeing lots and lots of “like” by themselves.

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  35. Came across My feed on the *second* Whistleblower..

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  36. icanhasbailout says:

    Oh hey here’s a good one.

    Clinton WhistleBlower: FEDS Investigating Adam Schiff’s Disturbing Behavior at Ed Buck’s Meth & Sex House

    https://truepundit.com/clinton-whistleblower-feds-investigating-adam-schiffs-disturbing-behavior-at-ed-bucks-meth-sex-house/

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  37. One Voice says:

    I bet Fox pollsters just kept changing their stats of Dems/Reps until they got a majority (51%) of respondents who said they supported impeachment. They can then run with the headline that the majority of the country supports it. Fox is being so shifty. They are slowly trying to change viewer’s minds over to the left. Remember how they called the House before California was finished voting. Pres. Trump should really tell people to just cut their ties with Fox all together.

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  38. Jim Smith says:

    WTH is going on with this “news” that two of Rudy’s associates have been arrested charged with a Campaign Finance violation.
    SDNY is involved. Was a civil matter, now criminal.

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  39. nwtex says:

    Yay! Welcome back guys 🇺🇸 ❤ 🇺🇸

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  40. Reserved55 says:

    Wut the Wut.

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  41. nwtex says:

    So why when I go here —>

    POTUS_Schedule 🇺🇸‏ (@POTUS_Schedule)

    …this happens –>

    @POTUS_Schedule
    Account suspended

    I assumed they changed it in someway can’t imagine why tho. Anyway I would like to find another twitter acct where I can easily see what’s happening with VSGDJTPOTUS daily.

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  42. Reserved55 says:

    What is FNM?

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  43. rich33y says:

    Even after reading the article I still have no idea what “Environmental Racism” is

    “Elizabeth Warren Releases $1.5 Trillion Plan to Combat ‘Environmental Racism'”

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2019/10/10/elizabeth-warren-plan-to-combat-environmental-racism-n2554494

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  44. DJ says:

    Ok, just heard a good one. Dan Henninger of the WSJ was just on Varney and he said that, “We’re currently in the middle of World War Trump”.

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  45. icanhasbailout says:

    Wait, what??

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Read the article.

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      • MR52 says:

        That was the stupidest article that I ever read. It offered zero value. An Antif guy goes to Syria to help the Kurds because things are too boring over here. Give me a break.

        I think Trump has call he EU bluff. Pay up or we are outta there. We’ve been carrying them since WWII. Shoot Viet. was a French and CIA screw up. How many screw ups has the CIA done for us? I blame 911 on the Intel community.

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  46. wtd says:

    George Soros has likely done more to transform America via one year of pouring money into counties/cities than a decade of federal advocacy.
    Local govs are far easier to shape. No media coverage, little engagement.
    That’s how he’s implementing busing.
    ===>It’s hard to overstate how clever and effective this strategy is.
    Soros’ latest strategy: skip Washington and states and go straight to the local governments with biggest influence over people’s lives.
    A few bucks and some “policy papers” goes much further there.
    ====>It’s one thing to watch Fox News and be like, ‘Ah, there go Nancy Pelosi and AOC, being crazy again.’ It’s mostly a spectator sport
    The town, city and county councils are what really impact you, and have the ability to wipe out your life savings and change your kids’ childhood
    =====>They’ve got a whole ‘Southern Equity Partnership’ designed to shape red states by leapfrogging their governors and going to the counties.
    And they’ve designed the messaging to appeal to suburban moderates… until it’s too late and what they’re really doing is made evident.

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    • wtd says:

      Soros has been “buying” local elections of AGs and Mayors for the last 10 years. He is also behind some of the “social agenda” programs preached in schools, just like the Gates funded “Common Core” (another socialist program).

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    • My recommended solution is to re-transition the US economy away from the world of non-profit entities which only represent socialism ‘through the back door.’ In the end, tax payers are subsidizing all of this left-wing madness!
      I believe that so much of the massive complexity surrounding the world’s social ills today is directly related to monetary and fiscal insanity–there’s just too much easy money flowing through the system, which ultimately distorts and perverts everything.
      The next large piece of the problem relates to illicit money from drug cartels which are undermining the entire foundation of free market capitalism.
      The result is that there is now a nexus between Marxism, drug-trafficking, and the world of non-profit’s that has turned into a three-headed monster capable of consuming the entire world economy in a devastating and frightening march toward nihilism.
      PS Why on earth have not the world’s economies crushed the phenomenon of cryptocurrencies, which are contrary to most consituttions? Answer: Because the globalists themselves launched them in a scheme to keep the price of gold cheap so they can quickly accumulate sufficient stores as insurance against a true collapse.
      Under normal circumstances, and given today’s conditions, the crypto trillions would have bid up the price of gold into the stratasphere, and left the world’s economies helpless with their paper money.

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  47. Cheesehead54016 says:

    Will be an interesting rally in Mpls tonight.

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