November 28th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1043

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368 Responses to November 28th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1043

  1. JustSomeInputFromAz says:

    Dan Scavino does such a great job with these clip edits he puts together:

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Blue suit, white shirt and red tie. He is always himself. He’s not a phony baloney like so many of the others, who routinely put on flight jackets, scrambled-egg caps, and other military gear just to fit in. He’s a natural commander.

      Happy Thanksgiving Troops….May God bless you and keep you safe! God bless you too Mr. President!

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  2. linda4298 says:

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  3. Reserved55 says:

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  5. islandpalmtrees says:


    Case 1: UPDATED: Disturbing Likelihood – FBI Lawyer Manipulated Carter Page’s Own Communication With FBI to Target Him…

    Case 2: CrowdStrike, owned by Dmitri Alperovitch
    Dmitri Alperovitch has a chair at the Atlantic Council

    Redacted CrowdStrike Reports

    Jessie Liu: CrowdStrike did redactions.
    Department of Justice/Wikimedia

    While the extent of the FBI’s reliance on CrowdStrike remains unclear, critical details are beginning to emerge via an unlikely source: the legal case of Roger Stone – the Trump adviser Mueller indicted for, among other things, allegedly lying to Congress about his failed efforts to learn about WikiLeaks’ plans regarding Clinton’s emails.

    Lawyers for Stone discovered that CrowdStrike submitted three forensic reports to the FBI that were redacted and in draft form. When Stone asked to see CrowdStrike’s un-redacted versions, prosecutors made the explosive admission that the U.S. government does not have them. “The government … does not possess the information the defendant seeks,” prosecutor Jessie Liu wrote. This is because, Liu explained, CrowdStrike itself redacted the reports that it provided to the government


  6. Reserved55 says:

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  7. Reserved55 says:

    Fake News Fakes


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  11. jeans2nd says:

    If you all could use a podcast this Thanksgiving weekend, give Byron York’s latest podcast a listen.
    York interviews Rep Chris Stewart, about Rep Stewart’s time in the Air Force, sitting on HPSCI, and more.

    Rep Stewart has had an interesting life, and has some excellent observations on the Impeachment hearings. Did you know the Socialist democrats are trying to figure out how to impeach the President without sending the impeachment to the Senate for a trial? Yup, true story. 44:17

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  12. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Dayum. PRC Censors must be working overtime censoring news out of H.K. these days.

      Cuz you know damn well there are a TON of people living in China that feel exactly the same as these Hong Kongers.

      Would be interesting to hear from A2 re. how much of this news is getting thru, at least where he is. (If he’s in China)

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      • A2 says:

        Censorship is almost universal, though it does back fire. When HK voted in opposition candidates in the District Council elections and took it ousting the pro-Beijing camp, the CCP spin doctors (who published a barrage of propaganda that HK protesters would be trounced) got hammered by netizens angered by their dishonesty. The comment sections across all social media sites were deleted, though a few managed to make it through.

        PRC netizens were fed videos like this one produced to denigrate HK people protesting produced in both Mandarin and Cantonese with the “HK Police, We Support You!” (香港警察我们挺你)

        Having said that, it is difficult to ascertain public opinion, likes are automatic and saying anything controversial might elicit a visit from the authorities. But there is definitely an undercurrent. Chinese tourists, and the millions of students abroad are exposed to the truth. That’s why their phones and computers are searched when they return home, whilst being watched when abroad.


        • sunnydaze says:

          Sounds like, at least where you are, not much is getting thru.

          I know back in the 80’s/early 90’s there was a concerted effort between Taiwanese and Mainlanders to get the old VCR tapes across.

          But if all they’re doing now is internet, then yeah, that’s easier to “control”. Pretty ironic that it may have been easier pre-internet?


          • A2 says:

            Back then, many people didn’t have the cash for electronics like they do now, folks would use fax machines ( from businesses and schools) during Tiananmen to get info out. It was always a tightly controlled system. If I left or returned all my stuff would be searched especially any books, and be grilled. So the Internet makes it easy but also more difficult for the Thought police. VPN is one route around the firewall, but then they started searching for people using them.its like whack-a-mole.

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  13. A2 says:

    This photo was taken in Hong Kong celebrating the HKHRD Act.


    • sunnydaze says:

      Are you in China right now? If so, how much- if any- of this news re. H.K.’ers flying the American flag, supporting Trump, etc. is getting thru?


      • A2 says:

        It’s glorious. Had a Big party in central and people are still celebrating. HK has access to all press and twitter and other social media is having a big hug fest for the US and the President. Look at the photo at the link above😂😂😂

        I’m trying to find a clip from CCTV showing a Pyongyang style report condemning the US Congress. One person said, China is the DPRK with a better pay check. 🤣🤣🤣

        And by the way, right on cue, in the afternoon after the announcement of the signing of the Act, Rocketboy launched ‘unidentified missiles’ into the Yellow Sea.


  14. Lucille says:

    Defense Updates – Published on Nov 28, 2019


  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    Tonight, I am messing around, thinking of Christmas and saw these beautiful ornaments. Clicked on reviews. saw someone was very unhappy. clicked. why are they unhappy? the ornaments come with a Cancer warning!!!! China stinks! We buy NO food products and as little of anything else from them as possible.


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