November 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1031

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776 Responses to November 16th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1031

  1. I Hear You Now says:

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  2. Zorro says:

    Sundance, here is an update to your blogs on Brennan briefing the Gang nof Eight.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Why else would he have told them individually? It would have been so much easier to get them all together and tell the story once.

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      • Joemama says:

        Yes. Occam’s razor says that it is highly likely that Brennan briefed them separately in order to be able to feed each a different story. It is ridiculous to think that this busy domestic islamic terrorist had so much time on his hands that he would have 8 separate meetings, rather than 1 or 2, unless there was a hidden agenda.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        You do realize that these are arrogant powerful congress critters. Try getting 8 of your ‘superiors’ in the same room at one time.

        Odds are Brennan saw their making him waste his time, repeating the same presentation, as an opportunity to screw them.

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      • dd_sc says:

        Briefed them individually because he needed to tell Nunes a different story.

        If he briefs 7 and then Nunes, it’s kind of obvious that Nunes is odd man out. If he briefs them individually, it’s easy enough to say he went with what was convenient with each member’s schedule.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      The fact that he didn’t follow precedent here in and of itself was a big problem, Anything sensitive enough to make it to Go8 needs to be presented to the entire bipartisan group all at once, and then discussed by the group.

      He was info laundering by writing Harry Reid then establishing it as fact via then Go8 dems who endorsed it to Comey. Comey is an elitist useful idiot and the poster child for the Peter principal. He got used by a Pinko, Commie, Muslim Traitor named John Brennan

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      • mikeyboo says:

        I don’t think Comey was a dupe. I believe he was a co-conspirator trying to take down Trump.

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        • gsonFIT says:

          I just dont think Comey was involved the previous Spring when Brennan’s Joint Task Force kicked it all off. I think Brennan’s letter to Harry Reid pulled Comey into it and then his eyes were wide open. That makes him incompetent and criminal.

          Frankly I just hope we find out exactly what happened.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      This is something we always expected. Glad to hear the screws are getting tighter.

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  3. p'odwats says:

    To our fellow Treepers in Louisiana let’s get Eddie Rispone over the finish line to be the next governor. We know The Swamp will do everything it can to cheat for Edwards, but we know you folks down there know how to deal with swamp critters!

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  4. Katherine McCoun says:

    Huge progress regarding federal judges.
    98 vacancies with 44 nominees pending.
    54 vacancies with no nominee as of yet.

    This a Huge accomplishment and one for which we conservatives ought to be very happy. Prayers that the nominees are being vetted properly by those who are conservative (who is vetting the vetters?)

    hope 54 more are nominated soon and confirmed quickly as this will increase justice in our county.
    https://www.uscourts.gov/judges-judgeships/judicial-vacancies/current-judicial-vacancies

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    • Jim in TN says:

      This has always been a disconnect. There are always vacancies Trump does not fill with nominations, and there are always Trump nominees that the Senate leaves unconfirmed. I guess we can’t blame Trump for not nominating more judges, if those nominations are futile, but why?

      It all seems such a waste. We could have a much bigger impact. And the Turtle and Trump could have much more to brag about. Why leave so many vacancies unfilled? Why?

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      • Judith says:

        Because the UNiparty will only confirm crooked judges? Put another way, the UNiparty will *not* confirm MAGA judges. I wouldn’t hang my hat on any judges that the Turtle has approved thus far ..just sayin.

        IOW the name of the game is to get rid of President Trump by any means possible, so that Uniparty can get right back to dismantling our Constitutional Republic, one amendment at a time.

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      • Payday says:

        This is just so wrong and uninformed. One has to have paid absolutely no attention to what’s happened to say what Jim just said. These are the most destructive opinions. Those made on no knowledge of fact.

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        • oldumb says:

          So you just said wrong, and imparted no knowledge or fact. That might be a more destructive opinion. I nominate you for useless comment of the day award.

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        • Jim in TN says:

          Payday, checkout Katherine McGoun’s link.

          70 judicial nominees left unconfirmed by the Senate when the last Congress ended, halfway through Trump’s first term. Inexcusable. That is half the vacancies.

          And that graph of vacancies still unfilled month by month is damning. Only in the last half a year has there been a serious effort to reduce the vacancies during Trump’s term. The number climbed high and stayed high until recently. Only the past three months have been lower than where it started. But it needs to come down further.

          That reality encapsulates exactly what informed people should be aware of.

          Democrat obstructionism surely plays a part, but it is not an excuse. The Turtle should be doing much better. There will always be bad nominees, but not 70. And Trump should be informed and withdraw the bad ones so good ones can be confirmed.

          As you point out below, there has been an effort to fill appellate vacancies. I am not going to congratulate them for only doing half their job.

          McConnell is not doing enough. When he starts bragging that he has caught up and Trump needs to speed up the nominations, then we can start celebrating how good they are doing.

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          • Payday says:

            He’s filled every open Supreme and Appeals court seat. Excuse me if I consider your self defeatism as hogwash.

            In the courts…while the left is whining…our VSG is winning. BIGLY.

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            • Payday says:

              Uninformed self defeatism to be more specific

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            • Payday says:

              Btw…there’s been approx 240 cloture votes required to get each of PTs appointments confirmed the past 3 years. And all 240 were voted thru by the GOP lead Senate.

              By comparison, there were only 17 over 8 years of Obama. Even less over 8 years of Bush.

              That’s not McConnells fault. They do have other aspects of the government to run.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Here is more info. Yes, average of vacancies at any given time but can we reduce that average by catching up and keeping up?

        Percentage of judgeships empty when various presidents took office:
        1 Reagan 5.7%
        2 G.H.W. Bush 4.7%
        3 Clinton 14.3%
        4 G.W. Bush 8.7%
        5 Obama 6.1%
        6 Trump 13.1%

        Very interesting info at the below link:
        https://ballotpedia.org/Judicial_vacancies_during_Trump%27s_first_term

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      • WRB says:

        He started with a large backlog of unfilled slots, and more opened up as people left during the past few years. It has been a case of fill two, one slot opens up…

        In one of his recent rallies, Pres Trump explained that he expects to fill all of the vacancies, and get “back on track” this coming year, with only a few openings to fill as judges retire (or die).

        Of course, for his next term, the repubs must hold the Senate, or the dems would do to him what the repubs did to the Bamster.

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      • Payday says:

        EVERY Appeals court judge has been confirmed. All 46 of them! There’s 6 future vacancies left for judges who have announced senior status in the near future. This appeals court is FULL! As in NO vacancies!

        Through out the process, only one nominee (a 9th court nominee) didn’t get confirmed. That was when the GOP had 51 seats and Rubio and Scott objected to something perceived racial by the nominee while in college. Every other judge has been confirmed. 35 of the 46 basically on a strict party line vote. These are the most constitutionally conservative judges EVER!

        McConnell finally had to change the Senate rules for debate time to limit the loon obstruction. One should learn the subject before making such baseless opinions.

        Just research the leftist rags opinions on Thursday’s Menashi vote to confirm and flip the 2nd circuit as the most recent example.

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        • willthesuevi says:

          Well, there ya go again givin’ out actual facts. 🙂

          Amazing to me – people who come here for facts, laced with some educated guesswork by Sundance, continue to go with the negative feeeelz.

          Whipped dog syndrome I guess. We can’t be winning because the media tells us so.

          For those born without the sarcasm gene, well my comments above are dripping with /s.

          POTUS Trump is winning whether we are paying attention or not. Thanks for the info.

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          • Payday says:

            Yes. It’s very frustrating. As great as SD has been on economics and deep state corruption….federal judgeships have not been a priority. Not a criticism. Just a fact. Perhaps there’s been some reference I’ve missed here since PDT took the oath of office.

            I find federal judgeship appointments to be the single most important aspect of his presidency. I’ve studied the background of every single judicial nominee. Supreme, Appeals, and District. On a daily basis. For three years. It’s out there. One just has to look for it.

            I suppose I take a certain degree of offense to comments made by those whose perspectives are made on no individual initiative Of their own to understand what’s really been happening.

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      • Payday says:

        In full disclosure, Theses a current 5th court nominee in Texas that hasn’t made it through the Senate Judiciary Commitee in 4 tries. Being blocked by Cruz and Hawley. For what could be good reason. He’s a district court judge who’s had questionable rulings on religious liberty and Obamacare.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        I am hoping, praying they are originalists, judicially conservative, “clean” (can’t be bribed or blackmailed) and have a backbone made of steel! Many seem sound at this point. Time will tell.
        4 yrs of Trump admin will be a huge boon to our nation and 8 years will conserve our Constitution for several decades. I expect there to be Zero openings when President Trump leaves office!

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Here’s a great source For latest and greatest status of judge vacancies:

      https://www.acslaw.org/judicial-nominations/

      Update 11/7/19: With the Senate vote to confirm William Nardini to be U.S. Circuit Judge for the Second Circuit, President Trump’s judicial nominees now comprise 1/4 of the circuit courts.

      National Overview

      Total Federal Judges: 870
      Confirmations 115th-116th Congress: 162 (2 Supreme Court, 46 circuit, 112 district, & 2 Court of International Trade)
      Current Vacancies: 90 (1 circuit, 87 district, 2 Court of International Trade)
      Future Vacancies: 17 (5 circuit, 12 district)
      Pending Nominees: 43
      Waiting for Floor Vote: 25
      Waiting to be Reported out of Committee: 9
      Waiting for Hearing: 9

      Last updated: November 14, 2019

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  5. Zorro says:

    CXouldn’t be more true.

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    • Raptors2020 says:

      Even more insidious, Zorro. The Left has totally accepted the existentialist premise that all truth is subjective. It’s true if I say it’s true. (Man or woman: your choice). You’re guilty if I don’t like you. No need for freedom of speech; I choose to always be right, and that makes you wrong.

      Al Franken published a book in 2003 “Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them”. Al’s definition of a liar was apparently anyone who dared to disagree with him, on issues large or small.

      In practice, we see Republican after Republican going to jail for lying; specifying the lie is a superfluous nuisance to our Justice system (never mind proving the lie). Meanwhile, Democrat liars like Yovanovitch are hailed as great Americans, even after they confess to lying.

      Millions of your fellow Americans still believe Trump is a Russian agent; Pelosi knows it and often alludes to it. Millions of Democrats will go to their graves believing it.

      I believe it, therefore it’s true.

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  6. I Hear You Now says:

    Come on Louisiana!

    President Trump retweet

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  7. StanH says:

    One of the biggest proponents for “the Resistance” Bill Maher is now concerned about a second Civil War. You think dummy? That perhaps telling the gun owners of the USA for three years to go f_ck themselves was a teensy-weensy bit unwise? This from the man who when that unaccomplished nit-wit Barry O became president and for eight years you extol his brilliance. Any “corpse”-man in the 57th state riding on the intercontinental Rail-Road speaking Austrian can tell you is provably false.

    Yeah Bill, you and the other dolts in the resistance could possibly reap what you’ve sewn. For a guy who believes he’s so wise, erudite beyond compare, you’re dumb as a stump. The blue hives would last 7 to 14 days before before they would devour themselves and devolve into Escape from New York.

    The part that irritates me the most is, we have an incredibly successful man, who employs 20,000 plus people. His accomplishments are everywhere. Been in the public eye for forty years and risked everything to save the country he loves. He didn’t need this crap! The entire cabal, including Bill (Lolita Express) Maher, attack him constantly, why? Trillions are at stake. F_ck off Maher you’re a jerk. Let’s all pray to God (I know you find that funny) …that this country can hold it together and somewhere cooler heads prevail in the cabal and the Uniparty as a whole.

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  8. Reserved55 says:

    Well I’ll be.
    Of all the people, Danny P. Rino points out a Yuge missed opportunity, that I pointed out yesterday, by the Rs in the YovanoWitch lieamony. Stay with it.

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    • Patience says:

      Thus the reason for President Trump’s tweet.
      The tweet that Shifty-Schiff edited aloud at the hearing (pun intended), and then referred to as “intimating a witness”. Ha!

      That tweet made up for any ‘failure’ or “missed” republican-questions.
      >It has made worldwide news.

      The Shifty-Schiff omitted MIDDLE SENTENCE in that tweet will be added to the long list of the leftists’ Schitt-scam .

      I do love MY President!!!

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  9. Perot Conservative says:

    So is McCabe now a free bird? Or …

    Did the recent changes on privacy or secrecy on his case change the situation?

    Another Free Pass while Stone awaits sentencing for same… or will he be indicted as part of the Big Ugly?

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    • Zippy says:

      Think this is a hopeful sign? I don’t.

      Judge angry with DOJ delays in McCabe prosecution decision: ‘This is not a hard case!’
      November 14, 2019

      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/judge-angry-with-dojs-delays-in-mccabe-prosecution-decision-this-is-not-a-hard-case

      The Justice Department’s continued delays in making a decision about whether or not it will charge fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe with any crimes related to allegations that he misled investigators frustrated the federal judge overseeing a freedom of information lawsuit.

      “I don’t care what y’all do with McCabe,” Judge Reggie Walton said from the bench in the District Court for the District of Columbia on Thursday afternoon. “But this is not a hard case!”

      “Deciding whether you’re going to charge someone with false statements is not a hard case … not factually, not legally, but maybe politically,” he said.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        DOJ delay on charging McCabe may be because he knows where the bodies are buried and has probably made it clear he will bring down the “walls of the temple” if they try to prosecute him. He is not the kind of hero who will remain silent to protect his co-conspirators.

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  10. Perot Conservative says:

    I listened to an hour interview with the Epoch Times if author Lee Smith (?).

    Treepers will be familiar with much of the content, but he has new angles and information.

    Stephen Halper – Deep State Royalty! His father in law was CIA?

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  11. WVNed says:

    When America got invaded by brain dead zombies and no one cared.
    Sounds like a movie but isn’t

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  12. Zippy says:

    Trump & Pump Accomplished: DOW Hits Record 28K, S&P 500 Also At All Time High Over 3k

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  13. MR52 says:

    Love the comment I saw – can’t charge Trump for witness tampering because it was not a real trial.

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  14. RM says:

    Crooked democrat politicians stealing Ukraine ad ripping of US tax payers….. Great article https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/10/no_author/the-plundering-of-ukraine-by-corrupt-american-democrats/

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  15. Chewbarkah says:

    Is Judge Emmet Sullivan holding back his ruling on Flynn’s Motion to Compel until after the IG report on FISA abuses is out? Do anyone else suspect there is a race for last place going on?

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    • dwpender says:

      I don’t think Sullivan is waiting for the IG Report. That deals only with Carter Page FISA abuse, not with Flynn surveillance (whether by FISA or otherwise) and entrapment/setup.

      If it’s apparent from something in the IG Report that documentary evidence relevant to Flynn exists and has NOT been produced, Sullivan knows Powell will let him know immediately, and he can deal with it appropriately.

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      • Tl Howard says:

        I listened to Sidney Powell the day after she filed and she said she “thought, but wasn’t sure” that it would take 2 weeks to hear back from Sullivan.

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  16. Dora says:

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  17. cheering4america says:

    I always assumed that Seth Rich was killed as payback because he had downloaded the information off of the DNC servers and provided it to Wikileaks, after getting angry that the DNC and Hillary had cheated his guy, Bernie Sanders.

    This isn’t new information about the lack of direct sourcing of the DNC servers and the “trust the Crowdstrike crowd” to Treepers, but reading it made me now wonder if, instead of mere revenge, his death was designed to be part and parcel of the whole “Russian Collusion” set-up:

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/11/corrupt-judge-amy-berman-jackson-refused-roger-stone-from-raising-the-argument-that-would-have-set-him-free-proof-that-russia-hacked-the-dnc-as-a-result-he-faces-life-in-prison/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=the-gateway-pundit&utm_campaign=dailyam&utm_content=weekend

    Excerpt:

    Next Apelbaum questions the Mueller gang’s assertion that the ‘hacker’ named Guccifer 2.0 was a Russian –

    Any evidence that Guccifer 2.0 is Russian should be evaluated while keeping these points in mind:

    He used a Russian VPN service to cloak his IP address, but did not use TOR. Using a proxy to conduct cyber operations is a SOP [Standard Operating Procedure] in all intelligence and LEA [Law Enforcement Agency] agencies. [i.e. Russia would have masked their VPN service]

    He used the AOL email service that captured and forwarded his IP address and the same AOL email to contact various media outlets on the same day of the attack. This is so overt and amateurish that its unlikely to be a mistake and seems like a deliberate attempt to leave traceable breadcrumbs.

    He named his Office User account Феликс Эдмундович (Felix Dzerzhinsky), after the founder of the Soviet Secret Police. Devices and accounts used in offensive cyberspace operations use random names to prevent tractability and identification. Why would anyone in the GRU use this pseudonym (beside the obvious reason) is beyond comprehension.

    He copied the original Trump opposition research document and pasted it into a new .dotm template (with an editing time of about 2 minutes). This resulted in a change of the “Last Modified by” field from “Warren Flood” to “Феликс Эдмундович” and the creation of additional Russian metadata in the document. Why waste the time and effort doing this?

    About 4 hours after creating the ‘Russian’ version of the document, he exported it to a PDF using LibreOffice 4.2 (in the process he lost/removed about 20 of the original pages). This was most likely done to show additional ‘Russian fingerprints’ in the form of broken hyperlink error messages in Russian (Images 4 and 5). Why bother with re-formatting and converting the source documents? Why not just get the raw data out in the original format ASAP?

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  18. Garavaglia says:

    Today is a great day to exercise your 2nd amendment rights. Don’t forget to support your local gunpowder and lead provider!

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  19. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This man is sick.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Mark1971 says:

      He seems to be an insecure man who fears smart, assertive women.

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    • Reminds me of how two years ago – when Nunes exposed the ‘dossier’ as a conglomeration of smears commissioned by Hillary’s DNC as opposed to real intelligence and was well on the way to uncovering more of the plot – the deranged left called him a traitor attempting to “obstruct justice” and was going to jail for it. . . . . ANY tid-bit of reality that creeps into their narrative drives them bonkers (albeit a pretty short drive to begin with)…………and this is why they dread Horowitz and the mother of all reality checks it’s going to bring them, just in time for the holidays. They are in complete, total, intransigent & utter denial of what we all here know happened and is still happening. Of course they’re going remain in denial, but the forces of good are peeling off some of the smarter ones little by little.

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    • Lulu says:

      Well the good news for Kellyanne is the once just obese George has become cut you out of the house obese so she has a good chance of enjoying an early widowhood.

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    • gsonFIT says:

      Even if he feels this way he shouldn’t be saying so in public. Hell, he would probably be able to tell PDJT right to his face if he chose. He is a loser, but she is a precious fine lady!

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    • Bendix says:

      Tedra Cobb was caught admitting she supports a weapons ban privately but will not say so publicly.
      And Elise is lying trash?
      Notice what the media did about this revelation, they went after a boy.
      https://poststar.com/news/local/teen-who-recorded-cobb-video-identified/article_dfedaa84-0ca3-50d7-b384-1d013ec94862.html
      Can Kellyanne’s husband tell us what lies Elise told? It seems to me she asked questions, and elicited responses. How do you ask a lying question?

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      • Linda K. says:

        Elise was effective, so she is attacked by this poor , paranoid man.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          I suspect George Conway is being eaten alive by the fact that his wife’s career has totally eclipsed his own. Mrs. Conway has referenced the fact they are a Catholic family and share children. When I read his vitriolic statements, it seems to me he must despise HER for working for Pres Trump. Remaining with a mate who is, in essence, denigrating YOU publicly-disregarding the effect on your children……SMH. Clinical masochism is the only thing that explains this ugly spectacle to me.

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  20. CTH Fan says:

    I have a legal question. Taylor’s aid said he could hear President Trump on the other end of the phone call between Amb. Sondland and, who he assumes to be, President Trump. If true, would the information he heard be classified?

    By leaking the actual words of the alleged phone call should be a felony, yes? Not for the aid because he was giving testimony in the SCIF, but for the leaker. I wonder who that would be? Someone with a name like SCIF maybe? There is only a shortlist of Dems at the hearing so it should be easy to identify the leaker.

    I think it would be reasonable for our hero Rep. Nunes to request investigations by the Justice Department.

    How in the world can a President function with this kind of nonsense going on? AG Barr should live up to his words and take direct constitutional acts at this point. This is overt action to illegally subvert the legally elected government of the US. I think we call it sedition.

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  21. Tl Howard says:

    AG Barr, from his Federalist Speech: “”Immediately after President Trump won election, opponents inaugurated what they call ‘The Resistance’ and they rallied around an explicit strategy of using every tool and maneuver to sabotage the functioning of the executive branch.”

    The AG uses the verb “sabotage.” The dictionary defines that word “to damage, destroy, or obstruct.” I would imagine Mr. Barr chose this word carefully. The question, then, is “Mr. Barr, are those efforts to damage, destroy, or obstruct ” functioning of the executive branch” unlawful, criminal, and therefore “indictable”?

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    • During his first appearance before congress as new AG, Barr emphasized that he will be looking at the ”predicates” for the “spying” (and hopefully many other things) because that is where the crimes occurred and how the civil rights of EVERYONE caught up in this entire fiasco were violated.

      From an online source:

      DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW

      SUMMARY:

      “Section 242 of Title 18 makes it a crime for a person acting under color of any law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.
      For the purpose of Section 242, acts under “color of law” include acts not only done by federal, state, or local officials within the their lawful authority, but also acts done beyond the bounds of that official’s lawful authority, if the acts are done while the official is purporting to or pretending to act in the performance of his/her official duties. Persons acting under color of law within the meaning of this statute include police officers, prisons guards and other law enforcement officials, as well as judges, care providers in public health facilities, and others who are acting as public officials. It is not necessary that the crime be motivated by animus toward the race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin of the victim.

      The offense is punishable by a range of imprisonment up to a life term, or the death penalty, depending upon the circumstances of the crime, and the resulting injury, if any”

      Of course, other criminal, statutes would apply….

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      Now the tyrants on the left Call for AG Barr’s Impeachment after his Federalist Society Speech.

      https://lawandcrime.com/high-profile/calls-for-ag-barrs-impeachment-intensify-after-lunatic-authoritarian-federalist-society-speech/

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      • Mike Robinson says:

        The radicals don’t want to acknowledge what Barr very well knows: that what they are attempting is nothing new in the history books. And, that the Constitution is set against it.

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  22. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Epic talk on the separation of powers by Barr to the Federalist society.
    Now things are much clearer to me.
    He gets to the topic

    starting at about 8:00

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?466450-1/attorney-general-barr-federalist-society-convention&cliptool

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  23. Zephyrbreeze says:

    As DA in CA Robert Mueller allowed child pornographer caught with thousands of images, walk free. https://twitter.com/AnOpenSecret/status/1195446432611946504

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  24. WeThePeople2016 says:

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      Pence, Preibus and the rest of the GOPe would be my guess.
      Pence wanted rid of Flynn because he would have guided the President in a completely different direction.

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      • lolli says:

        👍lp1
        Indeed

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      • 🍺Gunny66 says:

        Pence….

        Pence
        1. Put in charge of the transition team…almost all he recommended are gone.

        Before being put in charge of transition team,


        https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/joshua-adam-schulte-charged-unauthorized-disclosure-classified-information-and-other

        The keys for the Transition Office went directly from Pence to McDonough not to Chris Christie, who was in actual charge of the transition team.

        The “Kremlin Connection” email to Jeff Sessions’ office started the wiretaps on the Trump Campaign for President. The e-mail was sent from the Transition Office stating the Russians were the connection sources of all of this.
        McDonough had the keys to the office from Pence

        2. Put in charge of pushing bills through Congress. How did that work out?

        3. Put in charge of eliminating voter fraud. This was during the Georgia special election. How did that work out?

        4. Pence was in South America waving happily behind Tom Donahue…Donahue gave a blistering speech against the President. Pence said Nothing.

        5. During the taped Bush/pu88y gate tape scandal, Pence said nothing to defend the President .

        6. Pence fired Gen Flynn for supposed lying to him.
        When the entire issue was caused by Pence for not being prepared for a MSM interview, insinuating Flynn was guilty on national TV.

        Flynn covered for Pence.

        Flynn took one for the team. And still will not say Pence was wrong. Even though Pence’s stupidly got Flynn in this mess in the first place.
        Some would call it loyalty

        7. Now he is / was in charge of Space Exploration….has / he , did he say or do anything about that?…..

        8. Pence was placed as Vice President by the RNC.. ( Preibus) This is a tradition for decades, like the DNC picks the VP. Then Preibus is picked as Chief of Staff. How did that work out?

        9. Pences personal physician ravaged the Presidents nominee, Jackson, forcing him to drop out. Pence said nothing about it.

        10. Pence visited the Border during the Caravan arrival at the border. He spoke to the press saying: “Don’t worry, we will let them all in.”

        Pence is dirty…

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        • lawrencepaul1 says:

          Very well laid out Gunny. It all started with Pence and Priebus. I didn’t like Pence when he was in congress and I
          like much less now. He is just about the most insincere self righteous phony in the whole of the GOPe.
          Well maybe with the possible exception of Hayley

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        • rvsueandcrew says:

          Gunny…. usually I agree with your posts except when you go off on an anti-Pence track. I could shoot down every one of your points (except for #10 which I have no knowledge of) but I don’t have the motivation as I know it wouldn’t change your opinion. Plus it’s a beautiful day here in Arizona and I’m enjoying it.

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        • lolli says:

          Thank you Gunny for posting this again. 👍

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  25. WeThePeople2016 says:

    #1!

    Liked by 4 people

  26. tozerbgood8315 says:

    Ladies & Gents… I give you… Greta Von Schiffler

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  27. tozerbgood8315 says:

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  28. Justin Green says:

    The more you read about this abomination, the more you realize that George Soros’ fingers are all over this.

    There are a lot of people that need to go to prison or otherwise simply be disappeared.

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    • Justin Green says:

      Or, to clarify – this is not merely a small group of people at the top of the State Department/FBI/CIA… it s thousands and thousands of people working behind the scenes. The degenerate “whistleblower” is just one of thousands of expendable degenerates who can make messes and immediately be replaced by 200 just like him.

      The Deep State is more adequately named that because it has a deep bench, not because it’s buried where nobody can see it.

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    • QCM says:

      One wonders when the good guys will special ops his out of existence.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Justin Green says:

        I’m slowly reaching the conclusion that that’s the best option. But it isn’t just Soros.

        If Soros choked on a filet mignon tomorrow and died, there would be thousands of Democrats promising to carry on his legacy.

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    • Concernedcitizen says:

      Soros, the financier of the far left, is the elephant in the room that nobody in power really wants to talk about. He is the root of evil and does tremendous damage to our Constitutional Republic. Something needs to be done about him, but what? Sounds like a job for the Barr/Durham team. Can Soros be implicated in the seditious conspiracy to remove President Trump? As you said, Justin, his fingerprints are all over the crime scene.

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    • Reserved55 says:

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      • youme says:

        And to think Trump hired Taylor out of retirement

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        • margarite1 says:

          I keep thinking that there were so few pro-Trump people with any experience to do these jobs since the deep state has been entrenched so long.

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          • Reserved55 says:

            The State Department over the course of decades, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, has been populated with globalist communists.

            When I see “Trump hired so and so” , do people understand what he’s up against? All of DC, with few exceptions, are communists.

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          • lolli says:

            Do you remember PT requested citizens to send in applications to work for him.
            After the inauguration, PT told us all those names just disappeared.
            I have no link.
            Anyone else remember?

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            • Somebody says:

              I remember they were supposedly deleted by a toady Preibus brought in. Also the MAGA people that came in for transition didn’t get to stay because the same office didn’t fill out the paperwork to make their temporary clearances permanent.

              I know people that sent in their resumes, never heard a word. A couple of them had held fairly high positions in government already, had no desire to go back to the rat race but applied because they thought under DJT things would be different. These are true MAGA patriots, none of them heard a peep.

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            • margarite1 says:

              I don’t remember this – maybe he should try again and have the names send directly to someone he can trust – like Ivanka, Eric, or Don Jr..and Stephen Miller I think.

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          • Justin Green says:

            That’s the myth. LOOK at these people. Complete blithering idiots.

            You could go to the Federalist Society and pick 200 members at random and end up with a better cabinet than the one the Deep State keeps feeding Trump.

            Go to Hillsdale college and hire a few of their professors.
            Go to one of the few conservative law schools here in the country and hire an entire graduating class and you’d end up with a more competent group.

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          • PinotNoir says:

            There is no rocket science to most of these jobs. A bright normal patriot will be up to speed in 90 days. Take PDJT for example. Flush traitors out, bring in patriots.

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            • margarite1 says:

              My co-worker has to deal with government workers all over the country and some of her stories of the stupidity are absolutely mind boggling. We have a running joke – when she has another unbelievable story I say “those are the people they want to run our health care”.

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      • cheering4america says:

        Remember when SOS Pompeo was switched to State, when he first entered after having returned from a negotiation with North and South Korea he was lauded with universal and enthusiastic applause? I wondered then how, as a clear AmericaFirst-er, they were willing to overlook that he shared our President’s goals and give him such a warm welcome.

        Bet that wouldn’t happen now.

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      • vikingmom says:

        This report is more than just a “bombshell”! It would be a nuclear bomb if this level of meddling had happened under a Republican president and a Democratic administration was trying to get to the bottom of it! Every news media in the country would lead with it and send hordes of reporters to investigate every last person involved and demand prosecution of those found guilty!

        But no, ho-hum, it’s just business as usual and all of us “common folk” need to remember that affairs of state are just too, too complicated for our little brains to understand. We need to get out of the way and leave it to all the “smart” people in the room to determine foreign policy…besides, “Orange Man Bad”!

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  29. decisiontime16 says:

    Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine from the Obama Administration, Marie Yovanovitch, ordered the State Department to monitor conservative journalists, as well as Trump allies.

    https://www.judicialwatch.org/videos/did-ambassador-to-ukraine-order-state-dept-to-monitor-journalists-trump-allies-inside-jw/?utm_source=deployer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=action+alert&utm_term=members&utm_content=20191114232124

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  30. Perot Conservative says:

    WHERE did this come from? Baffling. Trade conflicts, insanity, delusion?

    CNBC Article title: “Economic growth is close to zero for the fourth quarter, according to Fed gauges”
    Jeff Cox | @JeffCoxCNBCcom

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  31. Reserved55 says:

    “Poland’s ruling nationalists, who have been accused by the EU of extensively eroding democratic standards since taking power, warned that they don’t want Soros to buy the radio station, which has a nearly 13 percent of the market, second only to Bauer Media Invest GmbH’s RMF FM. Polish newspapers had reported that pro-government publishers, some backed by loan guarantees from state-owned banks, were interested in buying Eurozet as part of the ruling party’s efforts to “re-Polonize” the country’s media industry.”

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    • Patience says:

      Let the propaganda and social engineering continue !
      >Out of the shadows; into the light (of darkness).

      Golly…., Remember the leftist-freak-out that Trump was going to have his own network?

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  32. Zippy says:

    Inevitable since the 1965 immigration act and finally producing widespread desired results for the left.

    Demographic Change: Imagined or Inevitable?

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    • Jason Ross says:

      That’s nothing new, nor is it a bad thing to see small numbers of immigrants become citizens. Most people in that vid aren’t going to have children. It’s the teen and 20-somethings that cross the border daily that will undo this nation.

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      • cheering4america says:

        You didn’t spend 8 minutes watching the video, did you?

        The political impact of seeding one’s nation with MILLIONS of people who vote for big government policies, year after year, for 50+ years, is that one ends up with a big, BIG government. Big enough to give you everything you want and big enough to take it all away.

        What you won’t have is freedom.

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        • Jason Ross says:

          I don’t need some 90-year-old WASP telling me who should and should not be fit to call themselves an American. Put this guy in the mid-seventeenth century and he would have been complaining about the Dutch taking over the cities and edging out English-speaking merchants, and after that the Swedes, Germans, Italians, the “Huns” the “Papists” etc etc.

          Sure, uncontrolled immigration is a huge problem. But America is not Japan and it never will be … it has always relied on routine waves of immigration. And at the same time the definition of white has grown to absorb new groups of people. Whiteness is a squishy term and asking for race quotas is a non-starter today. ‘American Renaissance’ is the absolute wrong image for conservatism.

          I’d rather see America match its immigration policy to its economic needs (unskilled labor was needed to build railroads; not so much today. ). By that metric, we’d probably see more South Asians welcomed to American cities and technology hubs. But I have a hunch the narrator of that video would feel threatened even by some insular Korean family moving next door….

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          • Zippy says:

            Facts don’t care about your feelings:

            Analysis: JFK’s immigration legacy
            4 Dec 2001 – UPI

            https://www.upi.com/Analysis-JFKs-immigration-legacy/89011007502960/

            The 1965 Immigration Reform Act promoted by President Kennedy, drafted by Attorney General Robert Kennedy and pushed through the Senate by Ted Kennedy has resulted in a wave of immigration from the Third World that should shift the nation in a more liberal direction within a generation. It will go down as the Kennedy’s family greatest gift to the Democratic Party.

            The Disastrous Effects of the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization Act

            https://canadafreepress.com/article/the-disastrous-effects-of-the-1965-immigration-and-naturalization-act

            The 1965 Immigration Act: Anatomy of a Disaster: When will we value our national interest?

            http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/803937/posts

            1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, a.k.a. the Hart-Celler Act

            http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5391395

            Historian Otis Graham, professor emeritus of the University of California at Santa Barbara, says that when he first started studying the 1965 immigration law, he assumed that politicians at the time had lied about the law’s potential consequences in order to get it passed. But he says he has since changed his mind.

            “In the research of my students, and in the research I’ve been able to do,” Graham says, “so many lobbyists that followed this issue, so many labor-union executives that followed this issue, so many church people — so many of those involved said the same thing. So you find ignorance three-feet deep. Maybe ignorance is the answer.”

            The influx of refugees and of millions of illegal immigrants over the last several decades have certainly contributed to the United States’ profound demographic transformation. But the chief driver of this change remains the system of family-based immigration put in place in 1965. Over time, in a process critics call “chain migration,” entire families have re-established themselves in the United States. Historian Otis Graham thinks the policy has been a terrible mistake.

            “Family reunification puts the decision of who comes to America in the hands of foreigners,” Graham says. “Those decisions are out of the hand of the Congress — they just set up a formula and its kinship. Frankly, it could be called nepotism.”

            In fact, President Kennedy’s original proposal made skills-based immigration the priority. But Graham says a broad lobby pushed for the greater emphasis on families. It included churches, ethnic groups whose members had family in the old country, and the AFL-CIO. Graham says the union worried about competition from too many highly skilled newcomers.

            Demographic effects:

            “Pew Research Center U.S. population projections show that if current demographic trends continue, future immigrants and their descendants will be an even bigger source of population growth. Between 2015 and 2065, they are projected to account for 88% of the U.S. population increase, or 103 million people, as the nation grows to 441 million.”

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            • Jason Ross says:

              American Renaissance has no place on this site, and it has no place in the national discussion. All it does is turn people off from conservatism. You want to see the President banned from Twitter? Have him start tweeting about how whites are being replaced by immigrants.
              As i indicated, there are avenues by which to solve the immigrant question without bringing the ‘Great Preplacement’ into the discussion.

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          • Zippy says:

            “By that metric, we’d probably see more South Asians welcomed to American cities and technology hubs.”

            You either didn’t watch the video or your comprehension of it is low. Regardless of income or educational level, legal or illegal, 70 – 80% of immigrants vote LEFT according to Pew Research, an organization that isn’t a conservative one. THAT is the problem for conservatives. It’s an EXTINCTION level threat. However, your apparent inability to recognize that is an advantage since ignorance of something that’s IMO far to late to stop could be considered blissful.

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            • Jason Ross says:

              And what about natural-born whites’ voting habits? As the narrator indicated, the U.S. was still 90% white until the 1960s (dubious as ‘white’ is an ever-evolving metric, but let’s go with it). Yet in the 1912 Presidential election, 77 percent of Americans voted for a non-Republican candidate. How is this possible? Does it have to do with LBJ and the 1965 Immigration Act? Of course not.

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          • jrapdx says:

            Interestingly Asian immigrants have been more conservative than not, typically hard-working, law-abiding individuals who contribute to their communities. Of course 2nd, 3rd generation descendants may drift toward “liberalism” particularly in Left Coast states.

            Frankly I’d prefer having a Korean family move next door than the commie-socialists so prevalent in our cities. I see no problem with an immigration policy that filters out under-educated, nonproductive arrivals into the nation.

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          • Kintbury says:

            I do not see anything wrong in Italians wanting to keep their country Italian or English people wanting their country to still be England. We are not welcome in a lot of countries as white Christians but we are expected to take in millions of people, some of whom will never be able to support themselves and it is only to change the voting base. If people want immigrants to come, let them volunteer to sponsor a person or family. Do not expect the rest of us to do it. George Soros spends billions moving people around the globe and then dumps them on the unsuspecting country and leaves them to pay the bill. Tell me what he gets out of it? Or is he just a subversive bastard?

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        • Bendix says:

          Once they become citizens, they bring in their elderly parents too.
          What this does to Social Security cannot be overstated.
          It doesn’t mean I hate brown people or immigrants, it means I hate overwhelming the ‘safety net’ we’ve been paying for our entire working lives.

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    • Pinot Noir says:

      Change immigration quotas to recapture ethnic balance pre-1965. Take 50 years or so. Restoration is no more “racist” than replacement. Think anyone wants out of the EU?

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  33. Tl Howard says:

    They’ve begun a new attack to distract from the IG Report, Barr, the mess of impeachment; the Hlll is running a hit piece on POTUS’ major speech writer and advisor, Stephen Miller.

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  34. ristvan says:

    Some of the purported leaked stuff today makes zero sense and is probably false rumors echoing around the twitterverse. Exhibit A is what Holmes supposedly said in his deposition about overhearing part of a cell phone call in a Brussels restaurant between PDJT and Sondland, because if true then Ambassador Sondland lied in his. I just read all 369 pages to make sure. Sondland lying under the circumstances is highly improbable. and overhearing PDJT on a call to Sondland is impossible unless the cellphone is on Speaker—which makes no security sense in a restaurant.

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  35. Reserved55 says:

    5 tweets.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Jimmy says:

    Has anyone seen this latest twist:
    Embassy official says he heard Trump-Sondland call about Ukraine ‘investigations’
    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/embassy-official-david-holmes-trump-sondland-call

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  37. FofBW says:

    PT is investing a lot of is political capital into the Louisiana Governor’s race.

    Something I do not think he would do if he did not have a good idea what the outcome will be via internal polls.

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  38. Tom22ndState says:

    I dare you to view this speech and to presume this man isn’t all in to expose and prosecute this filthy corruption. If Menuchin, Ross, and Lighthowser are economic Wolverines then Barr is Trump’s BEAR of justice!
    The first 30 minutes is intro and a fascinating discussion of our Founders creation and establishment of a strong yet limited SINGULAR executive. From 30:00 his spends 10 minutes exposing and condemning our present day “resistance” and their sedition in every little thing

    There best hour I’ve spent lately on this matter. Truth will out.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TarsTarkas says:

      I must reserve judgment. Let’s see how many head of cattle he eventually herds into orange jumpsuits. The fact that NYT and WAPO have admitted to Deep State and are defending them as patriots resisting Orange Man Bad is a good sign that trouble may be in store for the coup plotters.

      Liked by 2 people

    • I agree with with Barr’s words. But do not judge a person by the words but by their actions and results.

      I am hopeful, but so far Barr has not delivered very much. Let’s see.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      To enjoy your uplifting take on AG Barr’s speech is a well appreciated opinion. Until AG Barr actually displays any wolverine like quality through court room prosecution of coup criminals, I will with hold further performance accolades.

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  39. Troublemaker10 says:

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  40. Reserved55 says:

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    • realeyecandy1 says:

      Seriously do not understand how Kelli Ann could live in the same house with that man. Notwithstanding that he is a thug to her by doing what he is doing

      Liked by 2 people

      • Landslide says:

        Only thing I can figure is that he has threatened her very life.

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        • Katherine McCoun says:

          Other reasons:
          -Children being raised by both parents benefit in many ways beyond merely financial
          -her religious convictions and Biblical beliefs. he is a jerk but not abusive, cheating/adultery, etc.
          -practical…more controversy, more distracting right now staying married or divorcing?

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          • lolli says:

            It’s getting to the point that it is abusive. In public
            To stay in that situation would only hurt the kids and teach them being abusive is acceptable.
            I have thought, as well, it is her trying to keep her family together, but something does not fit, IMO.
            I don’t know what is going on, but for such a strong, intelligent, independent woman, to stay in a relationship with a selfish, abusive, ignorant gluttonous pig, publicly shaming her boss’s ideology is hard for me to square.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            I think George Conway’s behavior is mega abusive. As suggested in an earlier comment, clinical masochism is the only thing that might explain her continued co-habitation with him.
            Does anyone think George Conway would be as loyal to her if she were publicly hurling shit at his boss?

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      • Cecelia Power says:

        I think she pities him. There is something sick in him. He oozes hate and looks unhealthy. He can’t see that he’s being exploited…that his opinions only have value to her enemies because of HER. No one cares what he thinks without her.

        “In sickness and in health…”

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      • linda4298 says:

        I think they are separated.

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  41. realeyecandy1 says:

    TMZ has a poll up about removing POTUS. It is currently 60 remove to 40 don not remove
    See if we can turn that poll

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  42. IGiveUp says:

    It was only a coup d’etat. No need to work on the weekends.

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  43. Raptors2020 says:

    What are they so afraid of?

    Why do the uber-rich fear Trump and his voters?

    Recently, we had the bizarre spectacle of Bill Gates employing pretzel logic to rationalize why Liz Warren might be a better President for him than Donald Trump. I mean the Elizabeth Warren, who proposes an income tax rate exceeding 100% for some people in Gates’s socio-economic class. The Warren who seems intensely devoted to a wealth tax, a weak euphemism for confiscating the property of the rich (at first; then, of course, she’ll come for the property of the middle class. There is absolutely no other way to pay for her grandiose health care scheme). Gates is not a stupid man, so why do this?

    First, of course, the uber-rich have learned to be uber-liars. Warren Buffett has whined about not paying enough taxes; meanwhile the companies he controls owe $billions in back taxes. But why should Gates pipe up here? Silence seems a better strategy.

    Secular Jews have a strong antipathy to Christianity, and the Republican Party is now overwhelmingly the party of Christians. The antipathy is most definitely not reciprocated, but that tragic contradiction is lost on the wealthy Jews of Hollywood, and elsewhere. And Gates is the king of the nerdy WASPs.

    As much as the Party of Christians, the Republican Party is now the Party of the middle-class. And that darned upward mobility of American capitalism is the greatest threat to the uber-rich. What keeps Bill Gates awake at night is the spectre of a younger version of himself: a super-smart, super-ambitious young person, inventing a better operating system than Windows, and blowing Microsoft away. This young genius will more likely be male than female, most likely white (possibly Asian). And this world-shaker will be from a middle-class background. Apologies to the politically correct, but Gates nemesis won’t be a black or Hispanic from a poor background. They just won’t.

    The cynical rich figured out, long ago, that the welfare state benefits them greatly by choking off upward mobility. Those on welfare receive enough to survive, no more. Notice how rarely the left-wing champions of welfare propose raising welfare payments to a level where the poor have a pleasant standard of living, or develop ambitions of a better life. The multi-generational welfare culture is now referred to as the Democrat Plantation; and rather than proposing schemes to reduce the welfare rolls, they intensely seek the opposite. Democrats want open borders to add millions more poor people to their Plantation, and their voter rolls.

    Rich Democrats are most cynically willing to pay for a welfare state, if it creates a neo-feudalist culture, with little upper mobility, and a greatly shrunken middle class. The rich know who their friends are, who their enemies are, and who can be exploited nearly forever to maintain the status quo.

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      Very interesting food for thought. I have been reading about economics a lot lately. Who benefits? follow the money; trillions at stake – all point to understanding the economy! Plus, every political system is really just the type of gov that suits various economic systems.

      Freedom and Capitalism grew up together. The Middle Class is MUCH harder for the ruling elites to control.

      Many thoughts on this & will add your post to my info I am currently mulling and mediating

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  44. Reserved55 says:

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  45. Reserved55 says:

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  46. Reserved55 says:

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  47. Reserved55 says:

    Stand By Your Man

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  48. decisiontime16 says:

    Brennan’s tweet to President Trump. May every word he said turn right around and become reality in his own truly despicable life. The sooner the better.

    Your comments reflect the despicable nature of your character, hate & fear of our foreign service officers & desperation to protect your corrupt & criminal acts. Your efforts to intimidate will fail. May your downfall be swift, your penalty onerous, & your legacy condemned by all https://t.co/ks9MJpfi6r

    — John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) November 15, 2019

    Liked by 4 people

    • FofBW says:

      ——accuse others what you are guilty of——

      Liked by 2 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      This comment comes AFTER he has received the IG report and was asked to provide feedback. So he is still defiant. Or perhaps he’s not mentioned in the IG report.

      Comey barked this out just yesterday. Also defiant.

      James Comey
      ‏Verified account @Comey

      “[Y]ou can’t promote principled anti-corruption action without pissing-off corrupt people.” George P. Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, November 14, 2019.

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    • Patience says:

      Brennan –who always looks like he has schiff in his mouth–
      must know that there is a special place; befitting his darkness, awaiting his presence.

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    • lolli says:

      If Brennan’s tweet makes my blood run cold, yet steam is coming out of my ears.
      He is a nasty evil man intent on seeing the destruction of our country, and all things good.
      IMO

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    • evergreen says:

      The guy was a self-declared communist as an adult. Need more be said? How he became a CIA anything is beyond me. Smacks of an inside job, and a nefarious one at that, which would allow this kind of guy access to anything remotely important to the interests of the USA. Civil servants as late as the 80’s had to certify that they were not affiliated with anything communist.

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    • StanH says:

      Classic liberal technique…projection.

      Liked by 1 person

    • gabytango says:

      Oh, Mr. Brennan, through the power of the blood of Jesus, may your words be returned like heaping hot coals upon your head.

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  49. RobD says:

    Lots of screeching leftist harpies today calling for Barr to be impeached and disbarred after the speech he gave yesterday at The Federalist Society.

    Laughable since they are only confirming what he essentially spoke about.

    Helluva speech. Now…how about some action!

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