October 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1003

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730 Responses to October 19th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1003

  1. islandpalmtrees says:

    HELLO CLAPPER, I NEED TO TALK WITH YOU! THIS MAY TAKE A FEW HOURS.

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  2. LBS says:

    No Christian Trump supporter should ever vote for any women, let alone a Pagan like Gabbard. Women are not leaders. They are emotional and vindictive, and once a month they lose their minds.

    We have been warned explicitly in the bible to not have women leaders. PERIOD.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      Oh please.

      Ever hear of Margaret Thatcher, Golda Meyer, or others?

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      • LBS says:

        So you pick and choose what you to follow from the bible?

        ROLCON? Nope… follower of Christ Jesus… YES!

        Are you?

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        • boogywstew says:

          It’s “Bible” … capitalized since you’re on an OC trip. Also … try reading the Bible sometime before acting like you know what’s in it. There were women rulers and leaders in ancient Israel. Mary, the Mother of Jesus was no shrinking violet. She was one of only 2 women present in the Upper Room and read the account of Jesus turning water into wine for a testament of Our Lord’s respect for the authority of women.

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      • Kintbury says:

        Indira Gandhi was no slouch either

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    • Carrie says:

      Admin, ROLCON pick up on aisle 3! This is a particularly stinky one!

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      • LBS says:

        You have proven WHY WOMEN should never be leaders, you are overly emotional and vindictive

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        • Lucille says:

          Getting personal is judgmental, LBS, and that is definitely not productive in a discussion of the role of women in secular public life. Does Scripture have anything to say about women not being leaders outside the church?

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          • gabytango says:

            Women were certainly there helping with the early church. In Acts 2:17-18, Peter clearly states, “…I will pour out My Spirit upon all mankind, your sons and your daughters…” and “…on My menservants also My maidservants in those days will I pour out My Spirit and they shall prophecy…” And then among others, there was Phoebe, a first-century Christian woman mentioned by the Apostle Paul in his Epistle to the Romans 16:1-2. A notable woman in the church of Cenchreae, she was trusted by Paul to deliver his letter to the Romans.

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          • Jesus’s most faithful followers were women. While the men were hiding and cowering behind closed doors, the women stood along the way of the cross offering support and wiping the sweat off his brow.

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    • jengancworld says:

      And on national. Day yet. For shame!!

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    • TPW says:

      LBS…..lol I am going to take a stab at this…….will agree on the emotional…..but Men can be quiet vindictive……based on power structures in the work place and will do anything to get rid of competition. Where I think Women are best suited women overall….not necessarily women in DC who go along to get along…..is areas of budget. Plus I don’t believe Women are driven ….there are exceptions….by the need for power. Women dont tend to be aggressive in the negative but strive for compromise. Looks as though DC affects women in the same way it affects their male counterparts or maybe good women are just not drawn to wanting to be a part of the DC culture……It would take a very unique special woman IMO to be an exceptional President in order to deal with level of negative maleness that has ruled this world since the beginning…..really don’t think there is such a woman. at least not the kind I would want as my President. I think through the ages because Women had to be more clever and to a degree smarter …..that is exactly what has happened…..Women in general are smarter than men in many ways..

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      • LBS says:

        I will use the bible as my truth and NOT YOURS, thanks for your input though.

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        • TPW says:

          Don’t think I mentioned the Bible………and I think there were women who played leadership roles in the Bible……women can live without the Titles……another positive trait that women have. You remind me of my deceased Father in Law…….who could justify many things by quoting Bible verses and study……..including The Blacks were the descendants of Cain……I respected his zeal for putting the importance of the Bible front and center……..but some of the things he believed the Bible revealed I would have to overlook as being influenced by his own limitations.

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    • California Joe says:

      Agreed! Women are just not designed and built to make hard decisions. Of course, there are exceptions but as a general rule I just don’t want one in charge of our military and national security.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      Hilariously stupid comment, but then you knew that when you typed it and tried to smear “Christian Trump supporter[s].” Shame on you.

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    • Ad rem says:

      Will leave this here for those in need of a laugh. Ta….

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    • ecmarsh says:

      I remember Deborah, because all the men became soy boys.

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    • Kintbury says:

      I would suggest you keep archaic notions like that to yourself.

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    • Ringelnatz says:

      Better check Judges chapters 4 and 5.

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      Don’t worry ladies, the vast majority of men don’t buy what LBS is selling. In fact, quite the opposite. Most men put women on a pedestal and recognize the crucial role they play in society. A woman with the traits of a Margaret Thatcher would get my vote over most males in politics. Intelligence, inner strength, judgement, and conservative values are what we need in our leaders and gender has nothing to do with it. If Candace Owens ever enters politics, she will be a star. Owens is the type of person that I would crawl over broken glass to vote for.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      That was the least clever random trolling i have seen here in a long time!

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    • Sherri Young says:

      Please cite scripture.

      Personally, I prefer alpha males in leadership positions, especially military ones. However, somebody has to shoulder the task when men lack the strength or courage to lead in specific positions.

      Judges chapters 4 & 5.

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      • Ausonius says:

        See the picture by Artemesia Gentileschi below, a lady painter a great skill, whose Judith Beheading Holofernes is beyond the masterpiece level. I think she would agree with your statement! 🙂

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    • Amy2 says:

      It would help if you quoted some Scripture to back up your claim. I’m not going to help you with that, even though there is some, because you added in that we are emotional and vindictive, which is what you REALLY think and are just using the Bible to back you up.
      1. I don’t lose my mind once a month, and I didn’t BEFORE menopause either.
      2. How was I supposed to vote for McCain when Palin was on the ticket?
      3. No one uses “pagan” anymore, so go crawl back in your hole. The one you dug for yourself when your last emotional and vindictive wife dumped you.

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  3. Perot Conservative says:

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  4. Brant says:

    Hey did anyone see over on zerohedge that intel folks are starting to lawyer up? Hot doggity!!!

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  5. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    The summer before that last Election some BBC reporters came to America to try and figure out why Donald Trump was running for president and if there was any chance that he could win. They were surprised at what they found by speaking to us deplorables all across the country. They put out this short video before the Election and it is surprisingly… not bad.

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  6. sunnydaze says:

    LOL. Just flipped over to Cspan. Liz Warren is having a rally in Norfolk, VA. (from Friday, I guess) and >>>>>> just had a “Jeb! “Please Clap” moment!!!!.

    Crowd wasn’t completely quiet while she ranted away on different points. Finally she says: “Please Cheer!” hahahaha

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    • It’s fallen down the democrat media’s memory hole, but there are hour upon hour of Occupy Wall St. imbeciles trespassing, destroying other people’s property, assaulting the police, setting things on fire, causing all sorts of infantile mayhem and spouting abject economic gibberish in public.

      Lizzie Warren is also on record taking credit for starting the “movement” and being the “intellectual inspiration” for this crime wave which cost normal working Americans millions of dollars.

      Can you imagine the Republican campaign ads should this annoying and politically tone deaf woman get the democrat nomination?

      I can.

      Bring it on Lizzie!

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    • ALLAN CRAIN says:

      Warren: (parahrase) Everything was going along splendidly for the hardworking middle class until Reagan became President.
      What a joke and a twist of history.
      Utopia is fantastic until MATH breaks your bubble. Reality is harsh and cruel.

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    • ALLAN CRAIN says:

      Warren: (parahrase) Everything was going along splendidly for the hardworking middle class until Reagan became President.
      What a joke and a twist of history.
      Utopia is fantastic until MATH breaks your bubble. Reality is harsh and cruel.

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    • sunnydaze- if you really want to puke, just take a look at this Cortez/ Sanders rally in my home state of New York, the Blue Belly of the Beast. Hard to imagine that they could get together over 20,000 of these a-holes in one place.

      Every Repubican Congress-person should watch this rally, listen to the unbelievable speeches and then watch the audience reaction. Then maybe they will understand what we are up against.

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  7. Ma McGriz says:

    I suspect the bulk of the weapons trade into mexico is via their coast and southern borders.

    But this is an excellent beginning, and will give our boys and girls entre to apply military-grade solutions and identify a strategy going forward.

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mexico-violence/trump-lopez-obrador-agree-to-take-action-to-freeze-flow-of-weapons-to-mexico-idUSKBN1WY0IW?il=0

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  8. ruralnc6 says:

    To NC Patriots For President Trump,

    The vote on Wednesday about whether to return to Syria exposed not only NC Congressmen but all throughout our nation. Everyone, check out Conservative Review to see how your state’s representatives voted.

    We have 13 districts in NC., 3 Demo Congressmen and 10 GOP’s.

    Of the 10, 6 voted against Trump; 2 didn’t vote (the new Congressman that President Trump supported at the Fayetteville, NC, rally in the recent election, Dan Bishop, District 9, and Ted Bunn, District 13.)

    The only 2 who did support Trump are:
    ~ Greg Murphy, 3rd District, whom President Trump endorsed at the Fayetteville rally, newly elected with Bishop
    ~Mark Meadows, 11th District

    Congress voted to keep troops in Syria and yet they won’t help President Trump about our Southern Border problem. Please, not only NC but President Trump supporters in the other 49 states, find your county/parishes GOP org. to help us primary the RINO’s in DC.

    We Shall Not Support Anyone Who Voted Against President Trump. Anyone new running for a seat, we learned Wednesday not to take them at their word and have to be detectives to know why they’re running. I’ll never forget what President Trump said. They get to DC, look around the halls, and get so WOW’ed by the sights that they forget about us.

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    • jrapdx says:

      Not so sure about that last comment. In the past I lived in DC for several years. It IS a great city with many great attractions, historic assets and dynamic events happening all the time. I really enjoy my visits to DC.

      But all the amenities aside, one goes there to accomplish something substantial. Government officials have serious jobs to do, and IME many do take their jobs seriously. Unfortunately among the elected officials we send to Washington more than a few see it as an opportunity to collect bribes, to become wealthy at our expense.

      Such an ancient story, but it’s this love of money and power that distracts from doing the job they’re elected to do. The attractions of DC are incidental, the real problem is the lack of ethics. Having no internal ethical sense nor any effective external structure to enforce ethical standards leaves it wide open for officials to abuse their offices to the detriment of their consituents and the country.

      IMO that’s the real problem to fix. How to get there remains a vexing thorn in the side of the American people. The solution is using the ballot box to our advantage—now if only the people would do it….

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      • ruralnc6 says:

        Thank you for what you wrote…great response! We who haven’t visited DC in a long while have been led to believe that it’s not safe, scary on the streets. I appreciate a patriot man I follow on YouTube who recently visited DC for an event and reported that the streets are clean and safe. Encouraged by his words and yours, I look forward to returning for a visit.

        It’s hard to fight a battle alone. We all need to find like-minded people where we join together as you said at the ballot box. I’m fortunate to have that here…my local Republican Party organization. Good luck to all of us who will follow Sundance’s advice about Cold Anger in which we respect our “foes” but stand firm on our principles. Good luck and best wishes as you continue to find allies for our cause. I also will do the same.

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        • boogywstew says:

          As any large city, Washington DC is collection of neighborhoods. A street can be routinely safe and only ONE block away be routinely dangerous. Pay rapt attention to subway stops. If you mess up and miss your subway stop and continue to the next one you could end up in another world entirely.

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        • jrapdx says:

          Where I live now—in Oregon—I’m many miles from DC. Though politically speaking the Big City of Portland is a lot like DC. That is, saturated with leftists, though there was a time it wasn’t that way out here.

          Anyway the Republican Party in the state is pathetically moribund. When Republican candidates do have a chance of getting elected they’ve blown it by taking a NeverTrump stance. Predictably that has the effect of turning off the very voters who might otherwise rise to the occasion.

          So it leaves MAGA/KAG supporters with no real representation in Congress. Believe me plenty of cold anger simmers beneath the surface, but not a lot of options to use it effectively within our state/local political environment.

          BTW when you make it to DC one thing worth doing is arranging appointments to visit offices of your Representative and Senators and lobby for the top 2 or 3 causes on your list. Pretty easy to set up appointments and meet with staff members. It’s a great experience to give ’em your thoughts, they definitely will listen.

          I learned way back when there are only two things elected officials really care about: money and votes. I never had much money to give, but as constituents we do have votes and that counts for a lot. Highly recommend being a lobbyist for a day, highly entertaining and educational!

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Check how your representative voted here
      http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2019/roll560.xml

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    • boogywstew says:

      My Congressman, Tom Reed R NY23rd (very southwest corner of NY), STOOD BY President Trump …. a tried and true member of the Magnificent 60!

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  9. Sherri Young says:

    Correlation: Adolescent suicide and social media

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  10. listingstarboard says:

    So the cowards at Dhvani clothing shut down instagram comments https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/10/19/leftist-brand-dhvani-shuts-down-instagram-comments-amid-backlash-for-anti-trump-billboard/. But there is always good old email–
    You can contact us via email by sending your message to orders@dhvani.com. If applicable, please include your name and DHVANI order number.

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    • I just sent an email to orders@dhvani.com with my response to their hateful ad. I hope the email address is flooded with Trump supporters.

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      • Here is my response from Dhvani:

        “Thank you for reaching out! Due to a national media event, we are currently seeing a higher than normal influx of messages. Responses may be significantly delayed. We will respond to you as soon we possibly can!

        Current DHVANI customers – for faster service, please send your message by replying to your DHVANI order confirmation email.”

        They must be inundated with complaints about their vile ad.

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  11. islandpalmtrees says:

    THIS DOES NOT EVEN INCLUDE THE IMF FUNDS, RIGHT JOE?

    That prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, later swore that he was pressured to resign unless he dropped the investigation. Poroshenko personally spoke to him and cited Biden’s pressure as the reason he wanted Shokin to resign, Shokin said.

    Biden wasn’t able to protect Zlochevsky from a series of probes from Ukrainian prosecutors. Zlochevsky who was accused of violating tax laws, laundering money, and improperly obtaining licenses while he was still minister. The case probing tax violations was shut down by Shokin’s successor, Yuriy Lutsenko, about 10 months after he took over for the ousted prosecutor. Two separate cases into the licenses Burisma obtained and alleged money laundering were re-opened in recent months.

    http://www.theepochtimes.com/hunter-biden-received-over-83000-a-month-for-work-in-ukraine-report_3121318.html

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  12. Perot Conservative says:

    Huma and Hillary exchanged 340,000 emails? What?

    Oct 8, 2019, NY Post: “Within hours of the Sept. 26, 2016, search warrant, FBI technicians noticed there were 340,000 emails on the laptop between Clinton and her top aide, Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin — many of them from domain addresses such as “hillaryclinton.com” and “state.gov.”

    “At an FBI briefing later that week, one participant said the revelation was like “dropping a bomb in the middle of the meeting.”

    https://nypost.com/2019/10/08/oh-s-t-the-moment-fbi-agents-found-hillary-clinton-emails-on-anthony-weiners-laptop/

    And they were all about a wedding & yoga…

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  13. youme says:

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  14. youme says:

    People are getting fed up….

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    • Carrie says:

      This really is akin to the people at the tube station in London pulling Extinction Rebellion protestors off of the trains and then giving them a good kicking. They also needed to get to work- people are really angry and rightly so.

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    • beachbum31 says:

      hopefully now she deserves her disability check.

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  15. Lucille says:

    Trump’s dollar diplomacy
    By Fritz Pettyjohn – October 19, 2019

    The United States has Turkey floored economically. It doesn’t take much pressure to get the Turks’ attention. That’s why Turkey is making nice. It has no choice.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/10/trumps_dollar_diplomacy.html

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  16. youme says:

    A Battle Over the Future of Energy Plays Out in New York
    In New York, a climate victory over a new pipeline has left people without gas to heat their homes.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-17/stopping-pipelines-helps-the-climate-tomorrow-and-creates-headaches-today

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    • sunnydaze says:

      According to the article, they’re trying to force NYer’s off of Nat Gas and onto electric.

      This will not go over big anywhere in the NE that I can think of.

      Most people still use gas or propane for cooking and heating. And the cost of Electric heat is ASTRONOMICAL in most of those states, unlike WA. where elec. heat is cheap (cuz of the dams guess).

      Forcing NY’ers onto elec heat and cooking will be a hardship for many.

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  17. sunnyflower5 says:

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  18. Here it comes:
    President Trump’s “GREEN SPLITTER STRATEGY”

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  19. Katherine McCoun says:

    I am looking everywhere for the tweet that said 25% of black voters in Louisiana voted GOP. Anyone remember who put that out?

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  20. Reserved55 says:

    Who did this?

    I’ve heard some weird stuff but…….

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Claim is 1 in 4 women can’t afford tampons, etc. (hahaha?!?!!)

      I swear, the Dems are really digging deep here in their effort to infantilize and disempower women.

      But that’s what they do with EVERY “Identity Group” they want to control, so be prepared for more crap where this idea came from.

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      • I can’t afford razors either. Do you see me whining?

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Over the last few weeks I’ve seen a commercial that basically had men crying about having their period.
        What’s next, women complaining about sexual disfunctions normally attributed to men?
        Some liberal learners are just sick and perverse in feeding youth, vulnerable or those easily swayed with such thoughts.

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  21. sunnydaze says:

    Bernie looks really worn out. He had a big rally today, but stil. Bet he’ll be glad to get in bed tonite:

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  22. William Murphy says:

    I knew that Obama, our erstwhile Sociopath in Chief, was a community organizer, but methinks he outdid himself. No wonder he’s always smiling. What a guy!

    And I’m pondering which will be his most lasting legacy.

    – The depraved debauching and radicalization of education at all levels.

    – The annulment of marriage by SCROTUS.

    – The attempted subjugation of much of the judiciary.

    – The infiltration/corruption of the entire Intelligence Community by his goons (Schumer warned us). A shadow government indeed, even capable of regime change in Ukraine. Wow.

    – The co-opting, by Goebbels’ goons, of Google, Facebook, Twitter & Co. (The biblical beast(?)now in cahoots w/ the Atlantic Council)

    – The hijacking of whatever remained of the MSM/press, in conjunction with #2 above. Pathetic faux journalists.

    – Other?

    Honestly, is there anything – even accidental – that Obama did that was beneficial to us? Anything?

    If you were Marx, how would you rate his performance?

    Admit it – Just imagine the voter fraud systems these desperados are now putting/have put in place, in preparation for Nov., 2020. In their desperation, I firmly believe they would do anything. Anything. Do I have that wrong?

    Everyday I expect another Arkancide news piece of some sort, and also pray for Trump (“Papa T”) and his family to be kept safe.

    My hat is off to Senator McConnell for holding up Obama’s SCOTUS nominee (Merrick Garland) and to Admiral Mike Rogers (a true hero). And I hope Mr. Barr lives up to his recent, refreshingly truthful and sane speech.

    ********

    On the other hand, I must admit that I was stumped by Pelosi stating that it was okay if they lost the house. Nonsensical with her ego. What gives?

    So, I wrote it off to encroaching dementia. But then someone might have handed her some marching orders.

    I don’t know if this is right –

    I’ve never seen the Dems so radically push the Overton Window (of acceptable ideas) this far before. Look at their agenda!

    Maybe they’ve conceded the election and just want data points to see how much of the —t they’ve thrown at the wall has stuck, in preparation for the post-Trump era, 2024, fully armed w/ social media, MSM and today’s culture registered to vote.

    But then Trump has been expanding his side of his Overton Window too, with great results and data points stuccoed all over the wall. No help from the Rinos needed, thank you. 🙂

    The stadium was emptying out by the 3rd quarter, the game was in the bag. High fives and congrats, heading for their cars.

    And then the sun turned orange.

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  23. Reserved55 says:

    Thread, Schiff’s blower, Biden, Pelosi and much more

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1184854506435239937.html

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      She also stated during the last Dem Debate a couple days ago that she is with Yang on the “free” 1K a month thing.

      Surprised that no Repubs ever mention this.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

      Look, Tulsi was the first in Congress to endorse Bernie in 2016. She is with the Bernie/AOC gang. What more do you need to know?

      In fact, if Bernie wins the nomination he could easily pick her for VP.

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  25. Troublemaker10 says:

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  26. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Mike Robinson says:

      … but both American and Ukrainian law enforcers are not. You can run but you can’t hide. Your boastful confession is going to put you in prison.

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  27. Katherine McCoun says:

    watching intellectual froglegs – he puts mitch & the bush clan right up there with obama and clinton – calling them out! funny and right

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  28. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Mike Robinson says:

      Most of all now, I want to see censure and expulsion of the people in the House who are turning the rules, procedures and Constitutional role of their Institution into an absurd abomination. Whether you call yourself Republican or Democrat, what Schiff, Nadler, and Pelosi (among others) are doing is both nonsensical, outrageous and extremely harmful to our Nation.

      Don’t even think about putting anything up for a vote. And, if somehow anything does, the House should resoundingly vote it down. While just as resoundingly approving censure and expulsion. This isn’t a legal proceeding and it isn’t even political. This is a seditious palace coup. Members of Congress should refuse to have anything to do with it, and not just to save their own futures.

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    • Troublemaker10 says:

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  29. Mike Robinson says:

    It has popularly been reported that PDJT did … what Joe Biden actually did (and boasted of doing): withholding aid as a means of extortion. But the actual situation is extremely different.

    Ukrainian and American officials realized that top Americans were embezzling billions of dollars in aid. They wanted to make sure that the money would … actually arrive, if they released it. Ukrainian prosecutors are very busy now trying to decipher the money laundering pathways that were used to spirit the money away. Plenty of Members Of Congress, including those who are now driving now-secret efforts for impeachment, now know they’ve got a helluva lot to be afraid of, on both sides of the Pacific.

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  30. Troublemaker10 says:

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  31. sunnyflower5 says:

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  32. Troublemaker10 says:

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Harry says:

      If you decide to do it at Doral, then stick to the plan. if you think it has slightest chance of being controversial, then make that calculation before making a public announcement. that Mulveney press briefing is now look like a joke. The main purpose(doral venue) reversed and by product is the controversy about what Mulveney said or did not say.
      A lack of coordination after 3 years should be avoided. Just gave an honest criticism witht he risk of being slaughtered here. Sometimes we do that among loving families, dont we?

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    • sunnyflower5 says:

      OK, Camp David.—The press members loved it there.Just research theIr complaints in the past. And, no doubt it will cost the American Taxpayers more than Trump Doral. Too bad because Doral provides everything needed for G7.

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      • sunnyflower5 says:

        The media would have been comfortable at Doral— now they can drive hours and be placed off Camp David.

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      • Fingolfin says:

        I really can’t believe he caved. Why would he back out??

        Scott Adam’s analysis that having the G7 at Doral was the “ultimate power move” was/is 100% correct.

        Once the decision of hosting at Doral was made public, everyone that supports him got behind it. Now we’re left holding the bag more or less. Sigh.

        Doral would’ve epic.

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      • CNN_sucks says:

        Give the media pottie about a mile from Camp David.

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  34. jeans2nd says:

    This one is for our Canadians friends as well as us.
    Ezra Levant of Rebel News and Manny Montenegrino discuss Obama’s endorsement of Justine From Canada’s upcoming election for Prime Minister.

    Ezra and Manny first discuss why Manny has such a powerful twitter presence (just the facts…), then go on to discuss all the ethical lapses of Obama and Trudeau, including possible laws broken.

    Just From Canada’s blackface is mostly discussed, and both men give credit to Al Sharpton (!) for sticking to his principles and condemning Justin From Canada.

    Really good discussion. Hopefully our Canadian friends will find some good advice to pass on to their fellow Canadians before the upcoming election. 28:17

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  35. Bert Darrell says:

    You know, Harry? This is like the story of the father, the child, and the donkey going to town. You cannot please everybody. So, your opinion is just that. The owner of the donkey ultimately does what he wants, and the town people can offer opinions until they run out of breath. If PDJT changes his mind and thinks that being vilified despite losing money is not worth it I am not going to criticize him for it. Good move!

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  36. sunnyflower5 says:

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  37. peace says:

    Over at Whatfinger.com it’s being reported that Bernie’s rally drew a crowd of about 26,000 people. It’s hard to believe that so many folks would even consider Bernie, especially since he’s got one foot in the grave.

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  38. bessie2003 says:

    There are now 173 Congressmen who are co-sponsors of Rep. Biggs resolution.

    My Representative is no on the list. I like to think that my Email to him made the difference.

    Here is the latest list, toward the bottom of this Breitbart article:

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/10/18/173-house-republicans-move-to-condemn-adam-schiff-as-floor-vote-approaches/

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

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