Stephen Miller Discusses the “Fourth Unelected Branch of Government” and the Impeachment Agenda…

White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller appears with Jesse Watters to discuss the ongoing impeachment efforts and the political agenda of those within the administrative state who are opposed to President Trump.

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106 Responses to Stephen Miller Discusses the “Fourth Unelected Branch of Government” and the Impeachment Agenda…

  1. Right to reply says:

    We have to reelect Trump by an historical landslide, and ensure Democrats are kept out for at least the next 50 years.

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  2. They would be known as the 5th column in WW2. Sympathizers, spies and traitors.

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  3. 🍺Gunny66 says:

    A Culture Change….

    This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, traitors, heady, glorified, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God…
    – 2 Timothy 3:1-4

    And isn’t that what’s happening in America today?

    There are some who might see Donald Trump trying to restore order and making the country great again, while others may see President Trump as tearing down the established order.

    What is interesting, however, is that both groups would oppose what they each perceive as the establishment; and both camps seemingly howl the worldview neglect between the bereaved and the wealthy upper classes.

    Currently to the Political Left, optics are everything. And this means if the illusion does not fit, then it must be crap. And the leftist mind set has been revealed as the emperor standing naked.

    They have no defense against truth; …….and common sense is truth.

    Now Democrat Presidential Candidates are all out on the campaign trail promising a dreamworld while endorsing lies, and promoting lawlessness and disorder – and all wanting to take down a President making America great again; as other mask-wearing clowns riot in the street and raise hell under the appearance of “resistance”.

    Which brings me to another modern phenomenon where a person is ejected from influence or fame by questionable actions.

    It is caused by a mass of people who are quick to judge and slow to question. It is commonly caused by an accusation, whether that accusation has truth or not.

    “It is a direct result of the ignorance of people caused by communication technologies outpacing the growth in available knowledge of a person.”

    If the Democrats in congress have their way they now wish to cancel Donald Trump.

    Because the President has revealed the mob as being mad with the lack of identity and accountability.

    But he volunteered to save us….There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer.

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    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      Well said, Gunny.

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    • mugzey302 says:

      And we would not have the numbers in the left it not for academia and the public school system indoctrination. The Greta’s and the Hogg’s, ad nauseum, to lecture us about our failures and how we’ve ruined their futures. Pfffttt!

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      • Contrarymary says:

        I, also, don’t think we’d have the numbers if people weren’t bussed in and paid to agitate. There ought to be a law against being paid to protest. I’m not about passing laws, but people being recruited on Craigslist (or other avenues) and paid to agitate, when many times they don’t even know what they’re protesting, should be against the law. It’s dishonest. It’s not grassroots. It’s subversion.

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        • Cliff Indiana says:

          Paid protests happened in the 60s also. I assume CIA.

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        • mugzey302 says:

          I agree. First, all these Soros/Obama backed organizations need to be exposed as the criminally seditious training camps they are. Instead of spending our tax dollars trying to overthrow the President WE elected, I investigate these seditious criminals!

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Mugzey, amen to that. I have graduated 5 from public schools. This year, I had to say 2 words I would have never in my wildest imagination thought I would say: “We’re homeschooling!”

        We got through no more saying “Christmas”, but coming home with hand made dreidels and menorahs. We survived more than 50% in one child’s class having special dietary needs and being asked to bring gluten free birthday cupcakes. We grimaced about sex Ed being expanded and creeping down to 5th grade. We managed our way thru a transgender 7th grader going to the opposite bathroom. However, the straw that broke the camel’s back for our family was having kids who attended an anti-gun rally being offered an excused absence to miss school while kids who were not attending (all 3 of them) had to sit in the classroom and do nothing or receive an unexcused absence.

        During the climate strikes last month (of which my last kiddo was completely oblivious), I patted myself on the back for our excellent decision. We are learning earth science, including the earth’s actual climate history over the last 4.6 billion years, the sea level changes associated with temperature ups and downs, etc. The goal is that, instead of becoming terrified and blaming the adults around her for stealing her childhood, she can come to her own informed opinion when some kook says the sea is going to swallow up Miami in the next few years.

        Our public schools were falling further and further behind other systems around the world for decades before the current social justice warrior takeover turned them into Democrat Indoctrination Camps. We allowed the State to abandon vocational education at the same time they were deciding (without our knowledge or consent) that we would no longer be a manufacturing-based economy. Computers in our schools are used to play games, teach “keyboarding” (formerly known as typing) and to teach the same reading methods we’ve used unsuccessfully for decades, instead of being used to teach our kids how a computer is made and how it works. We rely on the Chinese to teach their kids those things so we can buy our computers cheaply from them.

        Sadly, Betsy DeVos doesn’t even seem inclined to try to bring about small changes, much less the complete paradigm shift our education system needs.

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        • icthematrix says:

          Congrats and thanks for homeschooling. If I had kids again I would find any way possible not to send them to public schools. My late Mom was a teacher for many years, finally retiring early in the 90’s. She was old school liberal…left on basic politics but foundational in morals and Constitutional law. She would be aghast at what the schools have become.

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        • meow4me2 says:

          Austin, I agree wholeheartedly with much of what you say and am struck by the similarities of what we faced (confused kids thinking their transgendered so everyone plays along).

          Our school has now offered an elective called Hate in America. So far, they covered the Charlottesville riot, the 1619 project and they are now working on the Salem witch trials. I happen to know one teacher of the course is a socialist. So we’re watching carefully. My kids signed up for it.

          Now, back to the one item where I need to present a different perspective. I have a daughter with a rare disease. When she was diagnosed, they had to limit her diet of 8 main foods for a year before slowly adding most of them back over a few years. One of her triggers was wheat, so no regular cupcakes, only gluten free. It was very hard on her and us. One of the things that bothered her the most was when people didn’t consider her restrictions, leaving her with nothing to eat. It was hard being at school for a celebration and sitting quietly while others enjoyed those delicious wheat-filled cupcakes. If I knew there was something happening, I’d try to bring in something she could have. And the school was gracious enough to order gluten-free pizza for her when they had a pizza event. My daughter remembers best those who thought about her needs. We had a neighbor who set aside a special trick or treat bag just for her, filled with things she could actually eat. My daughter was very touched by that.

          Anyway, just wanted to give another perspective on the whole allergy front. I know it’s a bit annoying to have to change what you send in to school because of someone else’s kid. But sometimes it’s very necessary, particularly if they’re too young to recognize what contains their allergens.

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          • usmclt says:

            I think your daughter’s severe allergies and the problems she faces in school help make the case for decentralization of public schools. The cookie cutter approach in the public schools ensures that kids like your daughter will always be marginalized to some extent. But for the few good hearted souls remaining in public education, special needs kids would be culled from the herd and left to fend for themselves or die.

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          • Austin Holdout says:

            Meow: Thank you for your respectful dissent and the well deserved reminder that, of the 50+ % of kids in our daughter’s class with “special dietary needs”, some had legitimate food allergies. Most of my daughter’s class that year were California transplants and the reason we had so many “special needs” requests was the majority were vegetarian or vegan. I consider these lifestyle choices. I volunteered to be the cook for a school camping trip and after getting the first 3 emails about what I couldn’t choose for the menu (including several ingredients I’d never heard of), I had to surrender the job to one of the woke, vegetarian parents who spoke the food language of the class.

            Although this is different from kids with actual allergies like yours, my 22 yr old has a peanut allergy that isn’t so severe, she reacted to being near them, I never believed any other student should be asked to change what they could eat because of her allergy. It is a complete bummer for kids with medically necessary restrictions, but I think other parents responsibility should end with either bringing one gluten free cupcake or letting all the other parents know they’re bringing treats for a special occasion and the parents can send something special for allergic kids if they want. I always felt that asking the whole class to change their diet for my daughter’s peanut allergy would cause resentment and create a false utopia where my daughter expected others to accommodate her allergy rather than owning responsibility for asking or reading packages to check for peanuts, a practice she will always need to practice in the real world.

            I hope that doesn’t sound insensitive to the hurt your child experiences when they can’t enjoy the same treats as the rest of the class. 5 of my 6 kids are girls and, believe me, I have experienced the heartache of having to sit on the side line and watch one of them being treated unkindly or even unfairly and learn to navigate through.

            Thank you again for engaging.

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            • meow4me2 says:

              No, not insensitive. Believe me, I’ve lived it. I know how hard it is to change what you eat, pack and send to school.

              As part of her treatment, she saw a therapist, because it was a radical change and she also had a lot of fears about choking to death. That was the one thing that came out in the therapy, that she was sad because she felt forgotten and left out. That’s why as a family, we adopted her diet, solely to support her. No wheat, eggs, milk, oats, soy, beef, pork or lamb – at least we didn’t miss the lamb because I never made it to begin with! We’re all glad they added everything back except the pork and lamb.

              You are correct that individuals need to take responsibility to manage their own special dietary needs. That’s why this daughter has learned how to cook, because she needs to.

              I just wanted to speak for those who can’t partake in the normal social rituals we take for granted.

              I’ll bet those kids with the vegan moms were dying to have those cupcakes, too!

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        • littlebird160 says:

          People need to understand that in order to get to MAGA and KAG, we must first overhaul our public education system. We, as a society, need to re-assess exactly what is being taught and who is teaching it. From K-12 and including our colleges and universities. From teaching staff through system administrators. Without an adequately educated population we become nothing more than serfs.

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          • chipin8511 says:

            Do you know 43% of my taxes are for schools and we are 28 out of 30 in education in the world ..Total FAILURE any time I meet a teacher I ask them why? They politics…They agree they want to keep people stupid as they can for control and erase our history…

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        • rashomon says:

          Kudos! Betsy DeVos should simply can the Dept. of Education. It’s a state issue. Parents would have far more control if the Feds were not involved AT ALL.

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          • TheOtherSean says:

            Eliminating the federal Department of Education would effectively require either its existence being found unconstitutional, or Congress passing a law to eliminate it. The best Betsy DeVos can really do is keep it from causing as much harm as it has in the past.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Austin, that’s an excellent post. I wish that people in the Trump Administration could all read it.

          Now, if only you didn’t have to continue to support those failing lefty schools with your tax dollars…

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        • frank field says:

          Austin Holdout:

          Homeschooled 3 girls in TX.

          All 3…dominant velvet covered steel winners.

          We are LOOOOOOZING in the public schools! Sick. Sad.

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        • mugzey302 says:

          Good for you! I can’t imagine having a child in these schools. Yes, Betsy is a disappointment. Personally, I am divorcing myself from the pagan-based national holidays (even “Christmas” – do some research on it) and focus on the feasts and holy days Almighty God dictated to Moses in Leviticus 23. May God bless you with courage & shalom.

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        • CountryDoc says:

          We homeschooled our 4 boys. The oldest to graduation, the next went in to public school out of fear he wouldn’t be able to get into the US Naval Academy. Next two entered public school in 9th and 7th grade. 3 Eagle scouts and one life.

          Despite that, doubts raised in school by teachers they respect and inconsistencies in church teachings have them doubting. Home schooling is good, but it ampliphies the home pathology. Surround your family with good, moral people and mentors to supplement, and encourage them to develop critical thinking.

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    • Fools Gold says:

      Right on gunny!

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    • Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

      Bullseye Gunny!

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    • ATheoK says:

      “Gunny66 says: October 12, 2019 at 10:23 pm

      Now Democrat Presidential Candidates are all out on the campaign trail promising a dreamworld…”

      Exactly!
      Plus every candidate is out trying to be far more liberal than the other candidates while promising not just a dreamworld, but a socialist anarchy dreamworld.

      It’s hard to imagine any working tax payer to not see the signs of despotic rule followed by rampant taxation and the destruction of individual and business earnings.
      • ACA for illegal immigrants.

      • Free schooling, cancelling student debts.

      • Demonization of carbon and carbon dioxide while promising to strip society of the evil fossil fuels. Which also means the end of renewables.

      • Cheap pharmaceuticals.

      • Free healthcare, medicare for all.

      • End of the 1st, 2nd and 4th Amendments; critics and skeptics will be censured and I assume sent to Alaska’s North Slope.

      • Better international trade deals; (right! When they don’t understand President Trump’s incredible achievements).

      • More regulations to force evil people, basically other citizens, to do what the leftist mobs demand. Water, energy, censoring, prosecuting, ban access to public lands, save all birds while sending them to be slaughtered at the the wind turbines, etc. etc.

      • Free abortions, especially for illegal immigrants.

      • Installation of sharia law for some absurd diversity rationale.

      • Open borders for all and especially for illegals and smugglers.

      • Persecution of the Border Patrol and Customs.

      On and on… Democrat candidates falsely promise it all and the sheer costs of implementing any portion is frightening.

      Thank God they are so obvious!

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      • Chimpy says:

        And, yet, ~45% of our country will still vote for them………..

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        • That is my bottom line too. They (Dems, The Insane Left) voted as one for Obamacare (which should have been the final straw for anyone to realize they were insane). And the voters RE-elected Obama after that (and Benghazi). Yet we are going into yet ANOTHER election year with Dems being taken seriously, as a legitimate, even major, political party (rather than the inveterate criminals they really are, since they became The Insane Left under Obama/Soetoro).

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    • chipin8511 says:

      It is so nice to be surrounded by a real group of patriots..Thank you Sundance for your hard work and to give us this platform to share our research and opinions.Together we will support our constitution and win. Please repost everywhere we need to get the word out aka the TRUTH.. Everyday I repost FB HUFFPOST POLITICO THE HILL…Spread the word people PLEASE !

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    • And some of us know what that means in the FULLEST sense of the word!!!

      Great Comment Gunny!!!

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    • Dixie says:

      ….with the heart of a lion…..

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    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      Gunny66, I never pass over your posts and I respect your opinion. My question to you is why do we Americans equate the “ last days” with just America and events that happen in our beautiful country?” I am NOT a globalist but there are many people in other countries who probably think the world has ended and they are living in HELL right now just because of their current situation.

      People say everything is relative. Even Einstein. 😂 But it’s that special relativity where the rubber hits the pavement.

      God Bless you for being a true Patriot, Sundance for being the messenger(gotta donate online and you can even avoid stamp fees) and ALL the Branch hangers, young, old and in between. Even though I’m only a three year old here, I feel like I’m a history buff and a smarter voter thanks to SD and fellow treepers.

      God Bless President Trump and God bless America!!

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  4. Coast says:

    I can understand how the vile corrupt politician democrat can be who they are, but I don’t understand how people with a job, with a family, and with any sense of a moral code could be a voting democrat. Really just blows my mind.

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    • Lester Smith says:

      Uninformed sound bit Sally’s. To lazy to learn and educate themselfs. Msm group think zombies. Aimlessly searching for a brain.

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      • jmclever says:

        Lazy might be part of it, but there is also the survival mode aspect that many working class Americans find themselves in. I am a pastor, but I also have to work a secular job because the church cannot pay any staff. In my area it’s factory or customer service and factory pays WAY better. When you work till you’re exhausted and when you get home you barely have enough time to feed the kids and then get ready for the next day before falling into your bed in a dead sleep, there is no time to go deeper than what you unwittingly absorb through the nightly news. Fifty percent of families are headed by a single parent. That makes it even worse. I believe that POTUS Trump’s MAGA agenda will also have the effect of freeing persons from their work so that they can be something other than wage slaves. That will be a consequence of MAGA in my opinion.

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        • Daniel M. Camac says:

          JMClever, Totally truthful post, Pastor. Only until I retired and actually had “time” to dig deeper did I find how much deception was going on and dropped cable even while still working as a widower with four sons. “My eyes have seen the Glory…..Hallelujah “

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    • RobInPA says:

      Progressivism is a Mental Disorder.

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      • Austin Holdout says:

        Rob, this week one of my kids told me her 70 year old boss says some very kooky things like “all Liberals are mentally ill”. I told her that by the time she’s 70 herself, she’ll know exactly what her boss meant.

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    • 1stgoblyn says:

      A lot of them are just busy with their life and don’t pay attention to what’s going on around them except for their little slice of the world. Plus, their parents voted democrat so that is what they vote w/o bothering to learn what that pol stands for. Union people had it drilled into them that the Rs were for the very rich and the Ds were for the working man. Ingrained in them and they refuse to listen to anyone who votes R. My $.02 only.

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  5. Bob Parker says:

    President Trump has an absolute GEM in Stephen Miller. The man not only knows his stuff inside/out, he knows how to argue persuasively & factually either in debate or amongst a gaggle of reporters.

    Oh, if only President Trump had another 15-20 Stephen Millers working for him, the damned Deep State would already have been beaten.

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  6. Bob says:

    Agreed….but we have to elect Republican Governor’s, Reps and Senators. We don’t need a replay of the midterms, where we got blown away and they became the majority and have been subverting everything that PDJT has tried to do. Let’s get it done.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Elected politicians are too easily bought off by communist China and George Soros.
      The fascists that work for Soros should be declared a hate group and banned.
      Soros needs to be jailed for the rest of his life or handed over to Putin.

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      • donna kovacevic says:

        I would prefer Soros being handed over to Putin, the man already said he would not judge him, but send him to the ONE that judges. That would be the best and end this insanity. God Bless PDJT.

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    • Contrarymary says:

      Let’s be honest, bob. The republicans had two years with Trump, where, instead of righting this ship, securing our elections, securing our borders, dealing with the illegals, refugees and stopping the influx of immigrants, slashing the government, they did nothing. They allowed mueller to do his dirty work, played footsies with the communists and let all the crooked debauchery and pay to play schemes go on and on. We can blame Paul Ryan, but the republicans voted him as their speaker and refused to unseat him when we were all begging them to. They had another chance and voted for swampdweller McCarthy. Every time I see his face, I’m reminded how swampy and spineless they all are.
      Reminds me of a quote from a business book I read “every organization eventually becomes about itself instead of the purpose for which it was started”

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    • fightthepols says:

      They harvested votes till they won each election they could get away with and the Republicans barely protested.

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  7. Fools Gold says:

    Steve Miller tells it like it is! We need more like him in Washington. Seek them out in the primaries please.

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  8. Tiffthis says:

    Earlier today SD posted an interview with Bannon where he said the president needs people fighting with him (Trump) and for him. Steven Miller definitely has VSGPDJT’s 6 👍🏼

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  9. Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

    TO: Americans
    cc: President Trump, Members of Congress, The Media, Academia.

    Note: This message/comment is being posted to any article providing examples of the actions of the political class, the media, bureaucrats, and academia proving the soldier’s lessons learned and the reason for submitting this comment.

    RE: Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had!

    After 26 years of active duty and into his third year as a police chief a soldier published 12 of 15 of what he titled as; ‘A Soldier’s Lessons Learned’. They were to serve as the prelude to a book he was writing. The title of the book is meant to establish in a few words the overall conclusion of the book, which lays out in detail how the soldier arrived at each of the lessons learned. The original title of the book was; ‘Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had!’ Side Note: After B.H. Obama was elected to his second term the title was changed to: ‘Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had and It’s Your Own Damn Fault!’ Sadly, since Donald Trump came down that escalator Americans are being provided daily proof of the validity of the soldier’s lessons learned and the title of his book! Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

    A Soldier/Cop’s Lessons Learned

    Note: In an attempt to bring the lessons learned into the current political climate I have inserted a short comment where I deemed appropriate.

    1. Soldiers (ground combat soldiers, that is) do not fight first and foremost for their country, the flag, motherhood, nor apple pie. Before all else, soldiers engaged in ground combat fight for their fellow soldiers and their unit.

    Note: Were this one not true I fear to imagine how many of us combat veterans would have already lost all control and commence to apply our skills against those who pose the greatest threat to the American people!

    2. The Seven C’s of Leadership according to a 1980 survey of 1646 of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers in the survey chose the word “candor” is because to them candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! In short, soldiers expect/demand absolute candor from their leaders before all else.

    Note: Members of Congress take note. In my opinion you on the left have proven you are masters of Co-mission, while you on the right have proven you are the masters of omission! In short, all of you have proven you are cowards and trying to instill the Seven C’s of Leadership in any of you is a waste of time!

    3. The most cost effective personnel management tool for incompetent personnel assigned to leadership positions in combat units (and probably elsewhere) is “Fragging!”

    Note: This is a forbidden subject for veterans. If you desire details send a self-addressed envelope with a note from your doctor attesting that you have the emotional strength to deal with stress.

    4. The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the American political class, the American bureaucracy, the American media, and American academia.

    5. Arrogance coupled with ignorance equals stupidity.

    6. The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the American so-called media.

    7. Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians I have encountered during my years as a soldier/cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, witless, cowards.

    8. The American Profession of Arms and our brothers/sisters in blue have failed to protect the American people from all of their enemies, both foreign and most especially domestic.

    Note: The most challenging task confronting the military and the police is protecting the American people from themselves.

    9. My guns were always turned in the wrong direction.

    10. Washington, DC is the most target rich environment I have encountered in all of my years as a soldier/cop.

    11. If recalled to active military service the only position I will accept is; Commander, Revolutionary Forces.

    12. There are only two primary requirements to be a career soldier and/or cop in America. One must be smart enough to do the work and dumb enough to take the job.

    13. American soldiers and police officers must in addition to mastering all of their professionally mandated tasks, learn to accomplish the same with at least one arm tied behind their backs and their vision impaired 50% or more. (Added 2019)

    14. After carefully watching the whole of the political class since Donald J. Trump walked down that escalator in Trump Tower to date, I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power. (Added 2019)

    Note: Sorry, not enough room herein to start to list the individual personalities whose activities will provide absolute proof of this statement. But, one might want to start with B & M Obama, B & H Clinton, J & H Biden, etc…

    15. Want to see what the United States of America will look like if the left takes control of the government? Take your pick, New York City, Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or the complete package; California. (Added 2019)

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

    PS

    Please, one final note: Contrary to the implications of several of my lessons learned, I have long ago abandoned any desire to negate (Negate, the procedure that the British SAS [Special Air Service] utilizes to transfer subjects from the persons of interest list to the persons no longer of interest list.) those of the any of four communities who would threaten and/or interfere with soldiers/cops actions to protect/serve the American people. No, these days I would support rounding up the most obnoxious of the communities, issuing each of them a tent and a bus ticket to California, and instructing them that if they leave California it best be on a sailboat (must consider the environment you know) heading to China!

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    • ann says:

      I’ll help, Soldier,. ♥️

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    • Contrarymary says:

      So what is your end game for California? Are you willing to have a communist state on your borders? California is the most beautiful state in the union with the most natural resources, and, I might add, many military bases. Nobody is helping us go to war with California and their unconstitutional laws, sanctuary status and voter fraud abuses. The conservatives are leaving the state in droves. It’s going to be left to the immigrants and the communists run by San fransicko and Los Angeles, who will vote to cede it back to Mexico. At some point, if the rest of the country can get it together, California, Oregon (run by Portland), Washington (run by Seattle), are going to have to be dealt with. Look who’s running the country now. Nancy piglosi, Adam Schiff, Diane Feinstein, Kampala, lieu, et al, all from California. The California gop is useless, pandering to the left. For the last few decades, giving us worse and worse candidates, because, you know, California won’t vote for a conservative, they tell us. They’re a joke. We need war.

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    • Jack is Back says:

      @S/C/G ret: you had me all the way down the list, except for voluntarily giving up California. I refuse to do that.

      Not so long ago, when Cali was a reliable Republican State (back in Reagan governorship), the state truly was cutting edge, almost synonym for what America’s future was headed towards. Cutting edge education, research, technology; excellent schools, and what was at the time the eighth-largest economy in the world.

      True, it is not that any longer because of Demo☭rats, Commies, fifth-column traitors (but I repeat myself, thrice!) – witness Detroit, formerly the greatest city in the nation (again, back when Republicans were running it) for further example — but that doesn’t have to remain true. Fact is, it can’t remain true – because as you well know, leftism is a sickness, a cancer.

      Now, why on earth would you, or any other red-blooded, unhyphenated American want to simply give up such a jewel, when all it needs is a nice dose of good, old-fashioned elbow grease and a soup-to-nuts cleanup job? If we don’t do this, it’s just gonna get worse, like I said, it’s a cancer – and when have you ever heard of a cancer stop being a cancer w/out aggressive treatment to destroy it?

      You know this is true – once the cell (insert Detroit, Chicago, New York City, most any big CA city here but especially San Franshitsco…) is destroyed, the cancer (… ie: dhimmis abandoning the now devoured host…) spreads, to other cells (…“states”; insert Florida, the Carolinas, Virginia, Nevada, Arizona, and maybe – Gasp! – Texas??!!!…) and does the same thing (… bring their destructive, dhimmi-voting habits…) to the new host. Then it’s Rinse. Lather. Repeat.

      So I say to your notion, however well-intentioned, of abandoning California to the left, to all those who are enemies to you, me, to all our fellow Americans: No.

      We have to fight, Grunt – problem is, many on our side haven’t come to that conclusion yet. But we’re gettin’ to that point, though – in large thanks to finally having a President who fights daily to shine the light upon the left and show them for the treasonous designs they have in store for all of us.

      You wanna dump ’em someplace? How about Greenland? Isn’t that why the Trump administration put out feelers to Denmark about buying the place? /s

      The JG/USN/USCG retired

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      • meow4me2 says:

        Agree on California. It’s a cancerous cell that metastasizes bad ideas all across this nation. We need to inject it with the chemo called common sense. Don’t want poop and needles on your streets? Don’t vote Democrat. Don’t want all the jobs to move to other states? Don’t vote Democrat. Don’t want to be terrorized by Antifa? Don’t vote Democrat. Don’t want to be overrun by illegals? Don’t vote Democrat.

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  10. The Gipper Lives says:

    A solid outing, though Mr. Miller didn’t mention how so much of the opposition is actually due to money, the wealth that President Trump is returning to Main Street Americans.

    Q: “Who rules?”

    A: “At what point shall we expect the approach of danger? By what means shall we fortify against it?– Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant, to step the Ocean, and crush us at a blow? Never!–All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined, with all the treasure of the earth (our own excepted) in their military chest; with a Buonaparte for a commander, could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio, or make a track on the Blue Ridge, in a trial of a thousand years.
    At what point then is the approach of danger to be expected? I answer, if it ever reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide. …The question recurs, “how shall we fortify against it?” The answer is simple. Let every American, every lover of liberty, every well wisher to his posterity, swear by the blood of the Revolution, never to violate in the least particular, the laws of the country; and never to tolerate their violation by others. As the patriots of seventy-six did to the support of the Declaration of Independence, so to the support of the Constitution and Laws, let every American pledge his life, his property, and his sacred honor; …Let those materials be moulded into general intelligence, sound morality, and in particular, a reverence for the constitution and laws: and, that we improved to the last; that we remained free to the last; that we revered his name to the last; that, during his long sleep, we permitted no hostile foot to pass over or desecrate his resting place; shall be that which to learn the last trump shall awaken our WASHINGTON.
    Upon these let the proud fabric of freedom rest, as the rock of its basis; and as truly as has been said of the only greater institution, “the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.””–Abraham Lincoln, Lyceum Address, 1858

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  11. Earl says:

    I still think the plan by the Democrats is not to actually send articles of impeachment to the Senate, but to drag out the “impeachment inquiry” in the House (where they have control) all throughout the election season.

    If they actually were to send impeachment articles to the Senate, the president would be entitled to show Biden’s corruption during the Senate trial in order to justify his request to Ukraine. The MSM has been refusing to report Biden’s corruption to their viewers and readers. If Biden is exposed like that, who knows what Biden might do that might damage other Democrats.

    They seem determined to get hold of Mueller’s grand jury evidence. Grand jury proceedings are not subject to basic fairness like restrictions on hearsay and both sides being allowed to present their case. As we know, a prosecutor can make a ham sandwich look like a serial killer in front of a grand jury.

    I’m guessing that just like the Steele Dossier, whatever it is that Weissman and co. were trying to smear President Trump with in front of the grand jury has already made the rounds (notwithstanding grand jury secrecy – laws are for little people) to all the key deep state politicians and intel agency bureaucrats and MSM ‘reporters’ and the goal for them is to use that as grist for congressional hearings in the House.

    They’re not trying to pass any legislation anyway. They simply refuse to join with President Trump on anything that he could hold up as a success. The Democrat nominee will be responsible for mouthing whatever the policy agenda is and the House will be responsible for using their government power to smearing the president during the campaign in order to help the political campaign of the Democrat nominee.

    And don’t be shocked if Hillary takes the Democrat nomination and forms a joint Democrat/GOP-e ticket, such as Hillary Clinton/Mitt Romney.

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    • ann says:

      hillary & Romney. Oh Earl, that is grim.
      But possible. Euww, Yucky!
      🐀🐀

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    • In the Land of Poz says:

      > “Grand jury proceedings are not subject to basic fairness like restrictions on hearsay and both sides being allowed to present their case.”

      Mueller’s minions (Rhee and Van Grack) got a grand jury to indict a non-existent entity in the Concord case. That beyond the proverbial indictment of a ham sandwich, it’s an imaginary ham sandwich and they actually did go ahead an indict it! So just imagine how nebulous the material related to Trump must have been.

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      • Dixie says:

        Since they used such subversive dirty tactics to get dirt on President Trump but yet were unsuccessful, our Very Stable Genius must be squeaky clean.

        JMHO: PDJT obviously has NO FEAR.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      “I still think the plan by the Democrats is not to actually send articles of impeachment to the Senate, but to drag out the “impeachment inquiry” in the House (where they have control) all throughout the election season.”

      I absolutely agree, Earl. Any attempts to create “high crimes and misdemeanors” to justify impeachment will falter as has been the case and with each attempt the validity of the goal of impeachment diminishes. When that diminishes, the chances for an actual vote will be zero.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      The ticket you for the 2020 presidential election, is plausible. Though it would be interesting to see if Romney’s TDS is bad enough to enable his acceptance of being 2nd banana to Luv Chunks Clinton.

      Romney had flirted with Joe Liberman as a VP in 2012, before settling on Paul Ryan. So a Uni-Party ticket is not too big a stretch to consider.

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  12. Clown #3 says:

    to bad no one left of tucker carlson will ever see this segment…

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  13. islandpalmtrees says:

    6 days until the FISA abuse report is due out.

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  14. ann says:

    This man speaks for me! 🙋‍♀️

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  15. JoeMeek says:

    The forests will sing, the oceans will cry
    Eagles will soar through every sky
    Brother Stephen will carry the flame
    While The Donald throws down the lightning and pain
    The Deep State Monster they will assail
    The American battle-call will wail !

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  16. raptors2020 says:

    Beautiful! The need to shrink our government for budgetary reasons. The need to shrink our bureaucracy because of their radical, leftist politics. And the need to restrict the bureaucracy because of their political bias towards the Democrat Party. This will soon be a major issue in American politics.

    Civil Service reform was a major issue in the 19th century. After every election, most of the civil service jobs changed hands, if the party in power changed. Lincoln famously complained there weren’t enough teats for all the pigs.

    The attitude of the Comeys of the world that they are the real Government has to change, if we are to remain a democracy. And I’m certain the dopes who vote Democrat are not going to be comfortable with bureaucrats who regard themselves as the unelected rulers of the world.

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    • Snow White says:

      Raptor, this is where people get it all wrong. We are a Republic not a democracy where the mob makes the rules.

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      • Judith says:

        A *Constitutional* Republic. Never forget the Constitution. It is all that stands between us and the New World Order. *They* know it. I hope to God that we do too.

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    • I have an American friend who used to vote Democrat…in the late 70’s. No longer. She doesn’t recognize the Democrat Party today.

      However, while she does not like PDJT- whom I really like and respect, -I’m Canadian – she does like his pro-life policies. So, while I know she won’t be voting for a Democrat next election, I am praying that she will vote for PDJT. She lives in Washington DC by the way.

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    • fightthepols says:

      Comey said a few years ago that he is no longer a communist, but not exactly sure what he is.

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  17. Rodiebob Williams says:

    This thing is not even an inquiry, further if I can see this as a shi_show from here, then you would think the rest of America would as well..

    Trump will be re-elected unless they find a snake way to impeach him..Thats why they are flushing the rule of law, they dont have the votes…Nancy Is stalling trying to gain public opinion, and the votes..

    The repubs if possible need to retake the house.. What needs to happen actually is the Fisa, the disclosure and Barr/Durham..These seditious criminals should be trotted out of congress and hung on the front lawn..

    I know, but this joke has gone on long enough..It won’t be too long that our weakness domestically will be exposed, if not already and the dream will be done.

    Im disgusted with these fools..

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  18. Jim in TN says:

    All those corrupt-o-crats should be happy Trump is making America great again. The next time they are in power, they get to sell it out a second time.

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  19. TraderJoe says:

    Shut down the SES. They are the culprits of the embedded civil service and the incestuous Democrat families tied to Soros family and friends.

    Liked by 8 people

    • rashomon says:

      Another one of Jimmy Carter’s “great ideas” that is causing no end of distortion in our government. The man should have stuck to growing peanuts and building houses.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      there are reported 9K of these unelected Deep state POS in Govt cut their pay Donald now>>>>SES are nothing more than the resistance..

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  20. mopar2016 says:

    Protesters don’t need to hide their faces, anarchist criminals do.

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  21. California Joe says:

    What did you expect, Stephen, when you left Obama appointees in hundreds of the highest level positions in the federal government including the DOJ, FBI and CIA as well as dozens of Leftist Obama appointed ambassadors? No President ever left himself and his administration so open and exposed to sabotage from within. You knew that trouble was coming from the Ukraine but you left a Hillary Clinton female loyalist as Ambassador to Ukraine and now you’re shocked that she’s stabbing President Trump in the back. Why? What did you expect? No President in history is no trusting that he leaves the opposition party appointees in ambassador positions. Even Sleepy Sessions told President Trump to fire Comey on his first day in office. Why didn’t you listen and save us three years of hell.

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    • Jase says:

      You’d do better to address that to Mitch McConnell. It is abundantly clear that he has hamstrung the President from day one in terms of either rejecting MAGA picks for positions or leaving them to languish for years unconfirmed.
      Mitch wanted those Obama holdovers in place to stymie as much of PDJT’s agenda as possible, because the President’s agenda is most definitely NOT the Rino agenda.

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      • fightthepols says:

        The Senate and McConnell have been telling Trump and who and who not they will confirm and they that wouldn’t even confirm a new Attorney General, so don’t even bother, that is until one (Barr) was proposed that Mitch wanted. At least so far, Barr is willing to investigate the Russia hoax and coup, which we didn’t get before.

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    • BitterC says:

      You are talking about 100s of positions. Obviously, Trump doesn’t know 100s of people that could fill these jobs. He must rely on the RNC and look what that has given him…Rosenstein, Wray, Atkinson, Coats, Reince,……

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    • FreedomLover says:

      The President hasn’t really given a clear step by step plan for how to “drain the swamp”, but often talks about draining the swamp. He and Stephen both point at it as an entity outside their control and try to expose it and get public opinion behind somehow getting it back under proper control. I think I’ve seen the President talk about the problem of not being able to get the correct people approved by the Senate. But, I’m not sure what they’re after as a solution. Civil Service reform? Maybe if republicans controlled the house and senate and presidency.

      What I have seen lately is a focus on exposing and prosecuting corruption. Just not sure how that helps clean out the administrative state. Seems like we need more policy and law about reversing this trend and making it more accountable to elected officials – congress and the President. Maybe he could start with an EO on what approach to take.

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  22. Mark L. says:

    A long time ago Democrats protested to end a war, that no one understood.
    Today Democrats are violently protesting, what? I don’t understand

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  23. John-Y128 says:

    Every Democrat should have to watch ‘Why we Hate’ and write a report on it before Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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  24. Midnite says:

    And the best line of the day goes to HRC, who said “I can beat him again”.

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  25. TigerBear says:

    One correction is needed Stephen.
    Democrats aren’t siding with antifa, blm ect…They are the creators co conspirators and payers of these groups. That should be clarified for to the public every time you speak on this subject. Imo

    Keep up the great work! 👍🏽👍🏽😁

    God bless America 😇
    May He Keep, Guide and protect President Donald J. Trump and his family! 🤗

    KAG 2020 🇺🇸

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  26. I still maintain that the case, Trump v. US House of Representatives, should be brought to force the issue that “Lawfare is Wrong.” The impeachment clause was purposely written to omit “maladministration” – a charge still present in English law – and to limit impeachment to “high crimes and misdemeanors” for which the accused would face action in an actual Court of Law. But, this accused faces no such charges: no indictments were issued nor could now be issued. The present extremely disruptive acts by the House are not only “extremely disruptive,” but “unconstitutional.” The SCOTUS needs to so declare. Trump is a plaintiff.

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  27. Gary Lacey says:

    In the end Its my hope that ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, PBS be prosecuted for crimes, at the lest lobbying for the Democrat Party illegally and receiving campaign and taxpayer funds from the Democrat Party for lobbying.

    Lawyers: There is your hook to unravelling the Democrat Party!

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    • Gary Lacey says:

      Note: The claim that they’re news org. won’t hold up because lies are not news, it is an agenda.

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    • chipin8511 says:

      Mockingbird MSM whore****Trump will annihilate them.He knows how.They are deluded and sick they have been wrong 99% of the time..Make no mistake this is a coup…

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  28. rustybritches says:

    They are now trying to get the President to side line Rudy and there is no reason for him to do that. Rudy is doing a lot of good investigations and he should be left alone to do his work and just because the corrupt FBI is going after him Rudy should tell them all to go to hell and keep doing what he is..
    The two men they indicted are nothing but a way for the dems to cause more interference in what has been going on with the Crooked Biden His son and his brother They all three should be side lined, Sad, that the dems cant see how crooked these people are and their very existence now should bring a bad taste to the Demorates but NO they like the smell of evil all over them makes them feel in control.. God will prove to them sooner or later they are not in control but he is.

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  29. EdR says:

    I just read a review of the joker movie that talks about how the lefty view of this film doesn’t suit because it’s hard to pin the crazies (joker and followers) as being trumpian (since the bullionaire character is trying to save the city and bring back jobs) … and lol and behold look in that video of the antifa protest outside Trumps rally and there’s a joker mask. That’s some pretty impressive product placement there

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  30. Devil in the Blue Drapes says:

    In this Feb 2019 article by Michael Anton, outlining John Mariani’s historical progression of the “administrative state/deep state”, Pres. Trump is not THE target because of his personality, nor necessarily his policies….no this “impeachment inquiry” is reminiscent of Nixon’s Watergate.

    Nixon was a seasoned politician, certainly no outsider as is Trump. Nixon was wildly popular among the voters. However, he made the fatal mistake of aggressively dismantling the administrative state, hence his demise. Well worth the read to get above 30,000 ft ,

    *snip*
    Nearly every political scandal in American politics has been transformed into a legal one in order to expose and reveal guilt as violation of law. It is fought out in the public, or political arena, on legal grounds to establish culpability, again with reference to the law. If successful, it is justified as upholding the rule of law. Although it provides clarity in terms of simplifying the issues in a manner suitable for presentation to a mass public, it often obscures the deeper, or more fundamental, problems that give rise to the necessity of political scandal.
    The parallels to today are obvious. President Trump has not handed his administrative state enemies the gun with which to shoot him, but no matter; they have 3-D printers and so made their own: the ridiculous “dossier” and the “collusion” narrative that 18 months, dozens of prosecutors and investigators, and $25 million have not been able to substantiate in any way. The same agencies that leaked to take down Nixon are leaking to take down Trump, and for the same reason.

    https://www.claremont.org/crb/article/draining-the-swamp1/

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  31. Billy says:

    I’m not sure the left is anything but useful idiots in this coup by the intelligence community. The intelligence community chose Hillary. They used their operation mocking bird MSM to install her. As they always do. Social media canceled out their MSM propagandist. The CIA became afraid and angry when the power of choosing leaders was taken from them. Censorship and banning is going on right now to remedy social media’s ability to challenge official narrative. To insure an unchosen CIA approved president is elected in the future.

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  32. Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

    TO: Americans
    cc: President Trump, Members of Congress, The Media, Academia.

    Note: This message/comment is being posted to any article providing examples of the actions of the political class, the media, bureaucrats, and academia proving the soldier’s lessons learned and the reason for submitting this comment. Have omitted several of the lessons in consideration of our more sensitive brothers/sisters.

    RE: Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had!

    After 26 years of active duty and into my third year as a police chief, I published 12 of 15 of what I titled as; ‘A Soldier’s Lessons Learned’. They were to serve as the prelude to a book I was writing. The title of the book was meant to establish in a few words the overall conclusion of the book, which lays out in detail how the I arrived at each of the lessons learned. The original title of the book was; ‘Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had!’ Side Note: After B.H. Obama was elected to his second term the title was changed to: ‘Rape, Pillage, Plunder; American You’ve Been Had and It’s Your Own Damn Fault!’ Sadly, since Donald Trump came down that escalator Americans are being provided daily proof of the validity of the lessons learned and the title of the book! Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

    A Soldier/Cop’s Lessons Learned

    Note: In an attempt to bring the lessons learned into the current political climate I have inserted a short comment where I deemed appropriate.

    1. Soldiers (ground combat soldiers, that is) do not fight first and foremost for their country, the flag, motherhood, nor apple pie. Before all else, soldiers engaged in ground combat fight for their fellow soldiers and their unit.

    Note: Were this one not true I fear to imagine how many of us combat veterans would have already lost all control and commence to apply our skills against those who pose the greatest threat to the American people!

    2. The Seven C’s of Leadership according to a 1980 survey of 1646 of Vietnam era ground combat veterans listed of the order of their importance are; Candor, Competence, Consistency, Commitment, Courage, Compassion, and Courtesy. The reason the soldiers in the survey chose the word “candor” is because to them candor encompasses both omission and co-mission. To a combat soldier lack of absolute candor, be it co-mission or omission, are equal sins! In short, soldiers expect/demand absolute candor from their leaders before all else.

    Note: Members of Congress take note. In my opinion you on the left have proven you are masters of Co-mission, while you on the right have proven you are the masters of omission! In short, all of you have proven you are cowards and trying to instill the Seven C’s of Leadership in any of you is a waste of time!

    3. Omitted.

    4. The American people are the most effectively lied to people in modern times thanks primarily to the American political class, the American bureaucracy, the American media, and American academia.

    5. Arrogance coupled with ignorance equals stupidity.

    6. The greatest threats to the American people are the corrupt and/or incompetent politicians/bureaucrats/academicians found at every level of government/academia, and the majority of the American so-called media.

    7. Most of the politicians/bureaucrats/academicians I have encountered during my years as a soldier/cop I most kindly refer to as; self-serving, witless, cowards.

    8-13. Omitted.

    14. After carefully watching the whole of the political class since Donald J. Trump walked down that escalator in Trump Tower to date, I can say without reservation that most of the group will sell their souls and our bodies just to remain in power. (Added 2019)

    Note: Sorry, not enough room herein to start to list the individual personalities whose activities will provide absolute proof of this statement. But, one might want to start with B & M Obama, B & H Clinton, J & H Biden, etc…

    15. Want to see what the United States of America will look like if the left takes control of the government? Take your pick, New York City, Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or the complete package; California. (Added 2019)

    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

    PS

    Please, one final note: Contrary to the implications of several of my lessons learned, I have long ago abandoned any desire to negate (Negate, the procedure that the British SAS [Special Air Service] utilizes to transfer subjects from the persons of interest list to the persons no longer of interest list.) those of the any of four communities who would threaten and/or interfere with soldiers/cops actions to protect/serve the American people. No, these days I would support rounding up the most obnoxious of the communities, issuing each of them a tent and a bus ticket to California, and instructing them that if they leave California it best be on a sailboat (must consider the environment you know) heading to China!

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