November 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1026

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801 Responses to November 11th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1026

  1. They’re all running scared that their own malfeasance in Ukraine will soon be exposed, because not only the American President but also the Ukranian President are dead-set to “drain the swamp.” We have always had a mutual cooperation treaty concerning law enforcement with Ukraine, but now that treaty is baring its teeth. This time, there’s no one to “give ’em six hours.”

    Schiff, Pelosi, Nadler, Obama, Biden … the list goes on. For oh so many decades, Ukraine was the go-to destination for very lucrative international crimes. Until 2016.

    No, their only true motivation is to cover their own miserable asses.

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    • davidberetta says:

      I’ve always believed that this Impeachment Charade is simply about covering up THEIR crimes and less about an actual Impeachment Inquiry. Also – CLEARLY – interference in the 2020 election too.

      It’s classic Obstruction of Justice.

      Everybody is on notice and aware of what Bill Barr is investigating – he clearly stated such in his Senate conformation hearings and clearly stated such after confirmation.

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  2. Reserved55 says:

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  3. Reserved55 says:

    Conservative Inc

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  5. youme says:

    Thank God these NYPD cops were not guarding Congressman Scalise

    NYPD Cops Fire 84 Shots At Murder Suspect, Miss 83 Times

    In the second shooting: “The officers fired 52 shots at him all of which missed.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-08/nypd-cops-fire-84-shots-murder-suspect-miss-83-times

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  7. linda4298 says:

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/former-democrat-governor-reportedly-mulling-entering-2020-presidential-race/ Mr. Patrick has told party leaders that he doesn’t think any of the candidates running have established political momentum and that he thinks there is an opening for somebody who can unite both liberals and moderate Democrats,” The New York Times reported. “At the same time, Massachusetts Democrats close to Mr. Patrick have started to reach out to prominent party leaders in early nominating states to alert them that he may run, according to one Democrat who has received an inquiry.”

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  8. Reserved55 says:

    Watches too much CN&N.

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  9. sunnyflower5 says:

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    Don’t forget to vote for Spicey.

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  17. Robert Smith says:

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  19. islandpalmtrees says:

    Will we finally see some justice for the ‘Gang of Eight’ involvement? Remember Pelosi and Schiff were 2016 Gang of Eight members, too.

    by Cristina Laila November 11, 2019
    “Those documents will contain several classified pages of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act on former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, exculpatory evidence that was withheld from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the so-called ‘Gang of Eight’ folder (which contained exculpatory information), as well as the email chain between FBI investigators in the Russia probe and then-FBI Director James Comey. Those emails also include discussions with lawyers in the DOJ’s national security division. As previously reported, the email chains will contain information that prove the FBI knew prior to obtaining a warrant to spy on Page that former British spy Christopher Steele’s information in his infamous dossier on Trump could not be proven.”

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/11/sara-carter-horowitz-report-on-fisa-abuse-will-be-damning-expected-to-contain-several-criminal-referrals/

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  20. Raffaella says:

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  21. CNN_sucks says:

    We have too many former CIA turn politicians. Another way to drain the swamp is to vote these people out.

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  22. Troublemaker10 says:

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  23. Reserved55 says:

    The irony is off the charts.

    First clip:
    This Veterans Day is for *unity* and a need to *come together*.

    Second clip:
    Veteran: Trump, Divider n Chief, may only participate where and in a manner I so dictate.

    https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/11/11/divided-states-of-america-avlon-reality-check-newday-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/new-day-highlights/

    https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/11/11/paul-rieckhoff-veterans-trump-sot-newday-vpx.cnn/video/playlists/new-day-highlights/

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  24. linda4298 says:

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    • Landslide says:

      $1200??? I predict it will go for FAR MORE than that!!! In the words of the man himself…..”We’ll see what happens!” 📖👍🏻🇺🇸

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    • And, if you have not yet read The Art of the Deal, and every other one of Mr. Trump’s business and other books, I invite you to do so. I have in my library well-thumbed hardback editions of all of them. (You will certainly recognize the principles that he is now applying while in public office.)

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  25. sunnyflower5 says:

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  26. NJF says:

    Don’t forget everyone!

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  27. Peoria Jones says:

    Eric CiarameIIa (2 capital i’s for the l’s)
    Er!c C!aramella (2 exclamation points for the i’s)
    Eric Ci@ramell@ (2 at symbols for the a’s)
    3ric Ciaram3lla (2 #3’s for the e’s)
    And Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself.

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  29. SHV says:

    No exposure in MSM but Hong Kong seems to be going over the cliff…to what end???

    ” ‘Burn with us’: Long day of unrest as Hong Kong protests continue to spiral”

    https://www.hongkongfp.com/2019/11/12/burn-us-long-day-unrest-hong-kong-protests-continue-spiral/

    many photos

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  30. islandpalmtrees says:

    Does Pelosi and Schiff need anything more than the following for a reason, to go after President Trump with a fake impeachment trial. How about their involvement with Arms sales in the Ukraine.

    2016 Gang of Eight (During “Spygate”)

    By M. Dowling -August 21, 2019
    The Gang of Eight briefing materials changed the minds of Congress more than any other information about the FISA abuse and serious FBI irregularities.
    http://www.independentsentinel.com/ten-blockbuster-reveals-about-the-russia-probe-to-rock-washington/

    ByHJICPublished on April 4, 2019
    Hannity: “Do you have plans to release those FISA applications, Gang of Eight information, the 302s of Bruce Ohr and others, and the five buckets that John Solomon and Sara Carter — as they call them?”
    President Trump: “I do. I have plans to declassify and release. I have plans to absolutely release.”
    http://illicitinfo.com/?p=4608

    Carter Page, exculpatory evidence that was withheld from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the so-called ‘Gang of Eight’ folder (which contained exculpatory information). So who would have reason to withhold exculpatory evidence from the FISA court?

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    • Each and every one of the “big names” in this thing – Schiff, Nadler, Pelosi, Obama, Biden, and on and on and on – has been criminally involved in Ukraine in one way or another. Embezzlement (“yes, we stole that US aid money …”), extortion, money laundering, drug running, gun running, influence peddling. Pick a felony, any felony.

      Until 2016, it was No Problem: the government of Ukraine was famously corrupt, and so was the United States. This is why the VPOTUS, Joe Biden, was totally relaxed and cracking jokes as he confessed to extortion and obstruction, and implicated POTUS Obama in the process: because, at the time, it didn’t matter.

      But now, the Ukranians have elected “a comedian who isn’t cracking jokes, as he pursues someone who did.” And our Department of Justice is cooperating with theirs, just as our ratified treaty calls for. There’s no one to “give them six hours.”

      So – why did all of these people really “go ape-shit” when they found out what our President had said to their President about criminal activities in Ukraine? Well, now you know.

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  31. Reserved55 says:

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  32. Reserved55 says:

    Aaaand it’s Trumps fault.

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  33. dreamguardian007 says:

    Happened to surf to CNN for my occasional 37 second viewing session, and Town Hall with Joe Biden is starting.

    He walks his not-so-humble self on stage to a warm reception and… takes a bow. This is how they see themselves.

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  34. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    Whoooooooo-Doggies!

    If ya wanna know what opening a can o’ whoop-ass looks like, check this out.

    No wonder they’re shittin their shorts.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2019/11/john-durham-last-trusted-prosecutor-in-washington/

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    • Best (IMHO) quote from this (you must read it!) article:

      […] Durham will not speak to the press at all until he is done, and probably not even then. He and his team are extremely unlikely to leak. He is not afraid to reach conclusions that will disappoint or frustrate Attorney General Barr or President Trump. He will not be rushed; there is no guarantee that Durham will reach any prosecutorial decisions before the 2020 elections. And he will investigate so extensively and thoroughly that no reasonable observer will be able to argue that something important was missed. As Sullivan describes Durham, “He will be in constant pursuit of the truth and the facts and the evidence. John doesn’t take days off. He is methodical, but he is always working.”
      130

      If Durham chooses to bring charges against any official who launched the Trump probe, history suggests he is extremely likely to persuade a jury to convict the accused and sustain those convictions upon appeal. And if he does not bring charges, it is extremely unlikely that any other prosecutor could have succeeded; regardless of what the official did, the evidence would not be there to convict or sustain a conviction.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Thomastic Institute talk, November, 2018

        University of St. Joseph talk, March 2018
        [audio src="https://projects.theday.com/audio/durham-john.mp3" /]

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Great article.

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  36. MDNA I says:

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  37. jeans2nd says:

    Have you voted for Sean Spicer yet on DWTS?

    If not, WHY NOT?
    We’ve asked you four times upthread already, and we asked you really really nice!

    Now, whip out those phones, and VOTE VOTE VOTE!

    Text to 21523, text the word SEAN, and do it 10 times.
    Please??? Pretty please??? Pretty please with sugar on top???
    You’ve only till 10 p.m. EST to text.

    For those who’ve voted already, a great big THANK YOU, you are the BEST!

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  39. Perot Conservative says:

    Public thanks to RIST VAN for his / her informative posts!

    BTW, Europe / liberalism run amok is a mess. My experiences?

    1. A friend’s family bakery chain in Germany had repeated onside thefts from the register till overnight. They finally, accidentally caught the thief employee, a middle eastern immigrant. I think Turkish. Due to their social contract, they had to pay the thief $25,000 to leave his job! (Probably includes innocent until proven guilty, and the 6-week notice of layoff.) On top of that, he was caught when he had an accident in a company van where he wasn’t supposed to be.

    2. Germany helped build Iran’s hardened, “impenetrable” underground bunkers.

    (I asked Dr. Bill Wattenburg about this on his Open Line to the West Coast program on KGO radio. He had worked in nuclear weapons design and was a White House ad hoc advisor. Brilliant man. He said, “Let me be very clear. I am only commenting on publicly available information. … PC, we can take out ANYTHING THEY HAVE. If you recall, President Obama did authorize early in his first term a new-and-improved Bunker Buster Bomb.” I had suggested dropping 2 bombs back to back, like a carpenter drilling a pilot hole, 2 minutes apart. I believe he said 2 bombs are in a outer shell, and go off within milliseconds of each other.)

    3. I was in peaceful Koln / Cologne, Germany, around 2000. Koln was later the spot of over 1,000 sexual assaults by Middle Eastern & North African men. THAT changed attitudes in Germany! There are Documentaries on youtube about that night.

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    • Perot Conservative says:

      P.S. Those attacks were all on one night, New Years Eve.

      Politically Incorrect Michael Savage asked, “Where are the men? WHERE ARE THE GERMAN MEN? Can you imagine 1,000 attacks in any Middle Eastern country, and the local men doing nothing?!”

      Recall, it was the American military who stopped the European train terrorist.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        “Politically Incorrect Michael Savage asked, “Where are the men? WHERE ARE THE GERMAN MEN? Can you imagine 1,000 attacks in any Middle Eastern country, and the local men doing nothing?!”

        I’m not so sure. Some might seem to think of these assaults as keeping women in line.

        Unless they are raping and attacking a female reporter, like Lara Logan. Huge/long video on all aspects of being a female reporter.

        Or this woman:

        Or this woman:

        Or, “because the crowd was happy” as the female reporter said:

        In general:

        etc. etc.

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      • Avi says:

        Killed off on the Eastern Front

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  40. Troublemaker10 says:

    On Hannity tonight, Nikki Haley said that she did tell the President and also shared her concerns (re Tillerson and Kelly) with McMaster. She didn’t say when she told them though (how soon after they approached her).

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    • roomette33 says:

      So she has been interviewed at least twice and isn’t asked that question…when did you tell VSGPDJT…and the follow-up, what was his response?? How could any inquiring mind not want to know those things above anything else?

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  41. WeThePeople2016 says:

    God bless this guy.

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  42. Burma Shave says:

    Legendary coach Don Cherry was fired today for comments deemed racist. Don dared to criticize immigrants who outwardly show little respect for the fallen. I don’t post much, but I thought Don Cherry’s comments on his firing are worth sharing:

    “I could have stayed if I had wiped the floor with myself, and returned as a tamed person. I don’t feel that the people who watch Coach’s Corner deserve something like that. I would rather go out on my shield. I guess I am going out on my shield.”

    https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2019/11/11/don-cherry-fired-from-sportsnet-following-toxic-rant.html

    I missed Coach’s Corner this week, but last week, his tribute to the fallen was especially moving. He made it standing next to the grave of a Canadian soldier who had fallen during the last days of WWI.

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  43. MDNA I says:

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  44. Burma Shave says:

    Legendary coach Don Cherry was fired today for comments deemed racist. Don dared to criticize immigrants who outwardly show little respect for the fallen. I don’t post much, but I thought Don Cherry’s comments on his firing are worth sharing:

    “I could have stayed if I had wiped the floor with myself, and returned as a tamed person. I don’t feel that the people who watch Coach’s Corner deserve something like that. I would rather go out on my shield. I guess I am going out on my shield.”

    https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2019/11/11/don-cherry-fired-from-sportsnet-following-toxic-rant.html

    I missed Coach’s Corner this week, but last week, his tribute to the fallen was especially moving. He made it standing next to the grave of a Canadian soldier who had fallen during the last days of WWI. Personally, I am reminded of the depressing videos

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    • Burma Shave says:

      [browser crash mid post]…depressing videos that were released last year of immigrants using the WWII fountain as a wading pool.

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    • Burma Shave says:

      [browser crash mid post]…depressing videos from last summer where immigrants were using the WWII Memorial fountain as a wading pool.

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