November 8th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1023

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727 Responses to November 8th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1023

  1. Jimmy says:

    Does anyone know what this CNN article about fake whistle blower identification? They are claiming the internet is wrong but they are talking about a different persoan than what is reported here.


  2. Reserved55 says:

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  3. CoHoBo says:

    Regarding the Megyn Kelly interview with the fired CBS employee:

    Kelly was also the interviewer with James Alefantis of Comet Ping Pong and Pizzagate. She was lobbing softballs with kids gloves on.

    Make you wonder if Kelly is part of the damage control team for the elite pedophile network.


  4. Reserved55 says:

    Interview of ABC Epstein “Whistleblower”.


  5. Jason Ross says:

    No commentary is even necessary. One doesn’t need to be a gun enthusiast to understand how 1000% this guy is paying people to attend his rallies.

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  6. islandpalmtrees says:

    The U.S. Ambassador (Yovanovitch) provided a list of people who should not be prosecuted to include John Kerry, Joe Biden’s kids, Obama Administration/Soros funded front group AntAC. So who was visiting Eric Ciaramella in the White House, Daria Kaleniuk from AntAC in the Ukraine. The same people and organizations under investigation for corruption.

    Let’s see we have the CIA counterintelligence agent in the White House meeting with Soros AntAC front group representative Daria Kaleniuk.

    The White House visitor logs revealed the following individuals met with Eric Ciaramella while he was detailed to the Obama White House:

    Daria Kaleniuk: Co-founder and executive director of the Soros-funded Anticorruption Action Center (AntAC) in Ukraine. She visited on December 9, 2015

    The Hill reported that in April 2016, during the U.S. presidential race, the U.S. Embassy under Obama in Kiev, “took the rare step of trying to press the Ukrainian government to back off its investigation of both the U.S. aid and (AntAC).”

    Dispensing with pleasantries, Yovanovitch, (according to columnist John Solomon who interviewed Lutsenko) said the U.S. Ambassador “gave me a list of people whom we should not prosecute.” Truly unprecedented.

    On that list was not only the company from which Secretary of State, John Kerry and Vice-President Joe Biden’s kids were profiteering, but also the Obama Administration/Soros funded front group going under the unlikely moniker of AntAC (Anti-Corruption Action Centre) for well…corruption.

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  7. Reserved55 says:

    Holy Strzok Batman.

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  8. Reserved55 says:

    Learn to code.

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  9. Zimbalistjunior says:

    Oh no.

    WSJ article reveals that Rudy’s 2 Ukrainian buddies spoke to previous Ukrainian leadership to open prosecution into 2016 elections. including Biden.

    Problem for the black hats: this occurred prior to Biden entering race. Months before actually.

    So that completely refutes any possible impeachment offense allegation.


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    • Mike Robinson says:

      It’s not “an impeachable offense” to ask another government for cooperation in investigating a Felon who committed high crimes in that very country!

      Please bear in mind also that this Ukrainian President was himself elected on “drain the swamp.” He needs no nudging to want to pursue one of the most blatant and arrogant offenders.

      To the Swamp, he’s a virtuous political candidate. To many Americans and Ukrainians, he’s a rat that should be in jail. Maybe you are okay with the VPOTUS(!!) behaving in this manner, but “for me and my house …”


  10. Bogeyfree says:


    How about a speculation thread on this……….

    President Trump: “You know what I did? A big favor…I caught the swamp, I caught ’em all.”

    “Nobody else could have done that but me. I caught all of this corruption that was going on.”


    Is he referring to people or the corruption that he caught?

    If people, does “I caught em all” include obummer?

    Caught is past tense meaning it is done right?

    Interesting timing on the sympathetic tweet today by Benjamin Wittes on Lisa Page

    Veterans Day is Monday which would make for a fitting day to roll out indictments IMO

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    • icndark says:

      Not that you asked me Bogeyfree, but:
      This seemed like a gloves off and somewhat more than usually combative presser.
      He called out Nanzi as corrupt(first?) and Bull-Schiff as double-corrupt(New Standard?).
      I think this signals “Go-time”. The unroll is imminent. Off with their heads!


    • gsonFIT says:

      Large Wikileaks dump too. Sorta a redump if you will.
      Glad I am on our side!


  11. TwoLaine says:

    Scott Adams will be on the Greg Gutfeld Show tomorrow night.

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  12. bulwarker says:

    For VA treepers, the audio I promised earlier in the thread.

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  13. sunnyflower5 says:

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  14. Reserved55 says:

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  16. Reserved55 says:

    NYPD officer letter to Mayor: “We’re done with your lies and abuse.”

    Big Bird gets a Helluva smackdown.

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  17. Reserved55 says:

    And by goddamn, they are hereby ordered to vote.


  18. Bogeyfree says:

    Is something up and maybe just around the corner??

    First we get an interesting Tick Tock meme from PT’s Press Secretary yesterday

    Then we get from PT today:
    “You know what I did? A big favor…I caught the swamp, I caught ’em all.”
    “Nobody else could have done that but me. I caught all of this corruption that was going on.”

    Then we get this update today on Strzok’s lawsuit from Undercover Huber:
    FYI: DOJ was supposed to respond to Peter Strzok’s unlawful dismissal lawsuit today. They’ve delayed their response by another week (this is the second such delay). Response now due Nov 15

    Then we get a strange tweet today from Benjamin Wittes on Lisa Page:
    Allow me to introduce you to Lisa Page—a woman of unusual accomplishment, wit, knowledge and capability. It shouldn’t be necessary to say this, but in the current climate, I want to emphasize that I am proud to know her and call her a friend.

    Some very interesting dots especially with PT set to give the opening speech at the 100th Veterans Day Parade in NY at noon on Monday.


  19. Joemama says:

    When reporters asked President Trump about the Ukraine scandal I wish you would repeatedly bring up crowdstrike. Something like:. ” I only asked about crowdstrike. What are you reporters find out about what I did with the DNC server. That would be some real news.”


    • Joemama says:

      Darn auto correct let’s try this again:

      When reporters ask President Trump about the Ukraine scandal I wish he would repeatedly bring up crowdstrike. Something like:. ” I only asked about crowdstrike on that phone call. How about you reporters find out about what I crowdstrike did with the DNC server. That would be some real news.”


  20. dogsmaw says:

    By WSFA Staff | November 8, 2019 at 5:49 PM CST – Updated November 8 at 6:07 PM
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – The Alabama Republican and Democratic parties have released the names of the candidates who have submitted their names for qualifying in the 2020 election.

    For Alabama’s junior U.S. Senate seat, the candidates include:
    Stanley Adair
    Bradley Byrne
    John H. Merrill
    Arnold Mooney
    Roy Moore
    Ruth Page Nelson
    Jeff Sessions
    Tommy Tuberville
    Doug Jones (Incumbent)

    For the state’s Second Congressional District seat being vacated by Republican Martha Roby, the candidates include:
    Thomas W. Brown, Jr.
    Jeff Coleman
    Terri Hasdorff
    Troy King
    Barry Moore
    Bob Rogers
    Jessica Taylor
    Nathan Mathis

    For the state’s Third Congressional District seat being vacated by Republican Martha Roby, the candidates include:
    Thomas Sick of D.C. Casson
    Mike Rogers (Incumbent)
    Adia “Dr. Dia” Winfrey

    Additionally, numerous candidates have filed to be on the ballot in Alabama to run for U.S. president. They include:
    Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente
    Donald J. Trump (Incumbent)
    Bill Weld
    Michael Bennet
    Joseph R. Biden
    Michael R. Bloomberg
    Cory Booker
    Steve Bullock
    Pete Buttigieg
    Julian Castro
    John K. Delaney
    Tulsi Gabbard
    Kamala Harris
    Amy Klobuchar
    Bernie Sanders
    Joe Sestak
    Tom Steyer
    Elizabeth Warren
    Marianne Williamson
    Andrew Yang

    You can find the full list of candidates who are seeking to qualify as a Republican or a Democrat on the party websites.


  21. California Joe says:

    I take this to mean that there’s going to major prosecutions and heads are going to roll……

    “I caught the swamp, I caught ’em all.”
    “Nobody else could have done that but me. I caught all of this corruption that was going on.”

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Not as verbose, but Trump has said similar things at rallies.


    • jrapdx says:

      Heard it (per video) when PT was giving his news conference earlier today. Seemed to be an intriguing but enigmatic statement. Not that there’s a shortage of corruption to “catch”, but to have “caught ’em all” would be a very big haul indeed. Of course we’d like to think it means heads are about to roll, but we’ve been there before. One of these days though, we’ll wake up in the morning and it’s actually starting to happen. And what a great day that will be!


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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Garrison really is being stupid in that one. Saying Sessions needs to be a better senator than AG ignores his record as senator. He was a very good senator and solid in his support of conservative issues. It is highly likely he’ll be as good as he was before, and my guess is that he will be a supporter of the president’s agenda.

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      • albertus magnus says:

        He was by far the strongest voice for MAGA prior to President Trump busting on the scene in 2015 that we had in this country for 2 decades.

        He was a disappointment as AG but every MAGA patriot who cared about this country prior to 2016 knew who he was and appreciated his hard work and accomplishments on OUR behalf.

        Thanks, Ken, for reminding people of this fact.


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  27. This the event this afternoon:

    President Trump Remarks at “Black Voices for Trump” Rally in Atlanta
    President Trump delivered remarks at a “Black Voices for Trump” rally in Atlanta. The president talked his administration’s record and touted jobs creation and low unemployment for African Americans. He also commented about the impeachment inquiry, House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson introduced the president.

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  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump retweet

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    • Free Speech says:

      Yeah, well, if the GOPe Senate would let him get Homan or Cucinelli through instead of insisting on an open borders type at DHS, that would be something greater than words. But rah rah, sis boom ah GOPe.


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  37. dawndoe says:

    I heard on FOX that Eric Holder is entering the Dem primary. What do y’all think about that, if true? No one at FOX is even talking about it. They just mentioned it in passing and only talked about Bloomberg.


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