December 3rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1048

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540 Responses to December 3rd – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1048

  1. wildsailor2018 says:

    I have no details yet as of 8AM but on the radio news during my commute in to work this morning was that ‘the Demonrats (my name for them) have announced that there will be *NEW CHARGES* against Trump in the impeachment hearings today.’ The news commentator then added an opinion if you can believe that…. ‘I don’t understand this, there was no Russian collusion, no Quid pro Quo, no crimes, and now new charges? I think if he gets re-elected in 2020 this stupidity will just continue…’

    Uh yup.

    I cannot wait to discover what the new charges are…*yawn. It must be name calling and being mean.

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    • I think they found a witness who will swear that Donald Trump was responsible for kidnapping the Lindbergh baby.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Meanwhile, I see on the news “HIGH STAKES SUMMIT” for Trump. I think it’s a high stakes summit for the other nations instead, but the media working everyday to make everything Trump does a high-wire act.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      It will continue until the Democrats, in some fashion are put down HARD. Hopefully it is not just by the voters because the Law/Justice system at this point seems only to work against the people who are not levers of the DeepState.

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    • CTH Fan says:

      The Republican hearing report must have them spooked.

      How smart of the President and his lawyers not to participate in the hearing this week. They would have been sandbagged. If by chance they want to participate in the explanation of acts that are impeachable they should bring Mark Levin. He would tear the Dem witnesses to shreds.

      If they bring forward the Ukrainian guy Rudy should arm the Republicans with his sworn affidavits from Ukraine Witnesses. This would force the Dems to allow them to testify. Pelosi and Schiff would be terrified that their own Ukrainian corruption would be exposed.

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    • CM-TX says:

      Just a ploy to get people to watch… No thanks.

      If the charge won’t stick, you can’t convict.

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    • L_Dave says:

      “Obstruction”, in the form of fighting baseless allegations.

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    • Greeneghis Khan says:

      You may have inadvertently hit on the strategy of the Demonrats! At least that Radio host did…..”I think if he gets re-elected in 2020 this stupidity will just continue…”

      Wait one….cue Pelosi….”We need to vote Trump out of office so we can quit investigating him and get back to doing work of the American people that Trump wants to to do, but that we cannot do, lest we appear to agree with him – so for the sake of ME, lets vote him out so I can be done with this Schiff!”

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      • wildsailor2018 says:

        Pelosi actually blamed the impeachment on Trump over the weekend…I caught a glimpse of it on the TV in the restaurant we were in having breakfast in Chicago. Apparently Trump ‘double dog dared her’ to impeach him so she had no choice. he can’t back down now either.

        So there you go, this is all Trump’s fault.

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  2. Peoria Jones says:

    There’s no reason for a die-hard Democrat to vote in the 2020 Presidential election.

    No matter what loser is chosen as their candidate, any of them would ensure that the Dem party would die if elected anyway. Any of these ridiculous candidates would fail miserably, and it would spell the end of the Dem party.

    It’s a catch-22 for the Dem’s…vote, or stay home?

    Unfortunately for them, not voting in 2020 is their best way to preserve a viable Dem party in 2024.

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    • ale81inn says:

      the key in your statement is “die hard democrat”…..someone in this category reflexively votes democrat whatever candidate is foisted on them. That is true whether they are alive or dead. The dead always vote democrat

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      • WES says:

        Ale81inn:. Not if you bury them properly facedown like Mark Twain said! That way when election night comes they just dig themselves deeper!

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        This is true, but your average Democrat must certainly be demoralized. Their party is a mess. PDJT is doing wonderful things for them, as Americans. If they can’t bear to vote for him, they need to stay home and not embarrass themselves further.

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        • ale81inn says:

          part of our problem is how we are herded into accepting certain language. What is the difference between the “average” democrat or the “average” republican? The problem is that in either case we should be talking about “average” people and the fact that NEITHER party represents “average” people

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      • Flabbergasted says:

        Like a majority here reflexively voted for McCain and Romney? The question going forward is whether, after four more years of President Trump, can the Republican party put up a candidate that is neither a uniparty representative nor a shrinking violet? And, if not, will we all reflexively vote for them?

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        • mimbler says:

          As much as I despise both Romney and McCain, IMO there is no doubt that either would have been a better president than Obama.
          I’ll continue to vote for the lesser of two bad choices if it comes to that.

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          • Agreed!

            It was during the Zero’s second term that he imported masses and masses of illegal aliens, “unaccompanied minors,” (some of whom turned out to be in their thirties), thousands of African “refugees,” eliminated an important part of the Citizenship Oath, and tried every which way to make amnesty for the above categories a fait accompli. This, THIS, is the one area of damage that President Trump will never be able to fully remediate.

            It was pretty obvious that he and his accomplices were trying to ensure that the Republic didn’t survive his second term intact.

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        • ale81inn says:

          If there were that many who reflexively voted for either McCain or Romney they would have won. The fact that they were unpalatable to enough people to NOT vote reflexively is what assured two terms for Obama. I believe that the 2016 election was proof that BOTH major parties are being rejected. The leadership (and more importantly the donor class) of both parties are still trying to operate within a paradigm that is being shattered. Once Trump has gone there will be huge vacuum. You can rest assured that both parties will rush to foist off candidates that will be sock puppets to “restore the proper order” to DC

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        • Lulu says:

          It doesn’t matter who the GOP puts up after Trump. Demographically, no republican can win the white house ater President Trump. They are a dying party and we are a dying country. Single-party rule will destroy what’s left of the Republic.

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    • L_Dave says:

      I agree that any of the Dems would either fail to implement their plans or their plans wuold fail. However, don’t underestimate the ability of leftists to blame the capitalists for their failures.

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    • Linda K. says:

      If the dems put forward a Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren and fail miserably, it would help purge the party of the nut job radicals in their ranks. If Joe Biden is the nominee, and loses, he will just further the progressive belief that he is not radical enough.
      On our side, we really need Barr to prosecute the intel community for their misdeeds. We need to insist on the rule of law for our elected leaders in Congress and the deep state workers. We need to enforce our border and expel criminals from this country.

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    • Amy2 says:

      If they stay home, we get four years of “Trump only won because we didn’t vote.” Gag.

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  3. StanH says:

    KAG! …by keeping your head and stay away from the disinformation ministries aka the MSM, they lie.

    They toe the swamp line as if their jobs depend on it, and they would be right? The news actors have a kid over at Brooking’s another on K-Street while little Sally is at Georgetown working on her JD, guaranteed a job at a silk stocking swamp law firm. Everything is always swell in the swamp aka the palace on the Potomac.

    KAG! …by following our Great President Trump’s lead. Hang tough and be prepared. It’s gonna get bumpy.

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      This must all be human nature because there are so many stories of ‘palace intrigue’ stretching from antiquity surrounding royal life no matter what part of the world one looks at. ‘Scar’ plotting a takeover of Mufasa’s’ kingdom using an army of hyena’s…that sort of thing.

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      • StanH says:

        “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Acton

        We’ve allowed this cesspool to grow and expand to the point that we’ve created a permanent entitled criminal class that is the envy of criminal organizations at any point in history, any where in the world. The ancient allegory that is the basis for the Lion King, is told and re-told, but seemingly never learned. As I recall, it turns out well.

        We’ll see if the American people have what it takes to make the corrections necessary.

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    • MVW says:

      DOJ, FBI, CIA, MIC, etc. ‘Lock her up’. Media. To Trump, it is about votes, not action. It is also about getting out of tragic, expensive boots & ordinance overseas action. Throw them out by votes, not Lock them up. Bring them home, not endless war.

      The real Trump focus is trade, regulations rollback, tax reductions economics, jobs, jobs, jobs. Equality by good jobs for all. Next term look for solidifying economics + budget cutting.

      Democrats are the party of conflict, Socialism, War, useless Lawyer wheel spinning, bad economics. Will they lose the cities?

      Let’s talk about the Medical Industrial Complex. The narrative has been how and who will pay $$$$$!!!!!! for it, when its performance has been tragic and budget busting. Statistics say 2 out of 3 have at least one chronic disease IN TREATMENT, and 1 in 8 have 5 OR MORE!!! Criminal performance.

      Why? The money is in repeat, continuous, expensive disease management using 20th century feel good, immune system suppression, symptom management, not cure. Omnipresent, whole body, infectious Microbiome has been in denial despite the mountain of research and every indication points to it as the cause, from cancer, Alzheimer, to heart disease.

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  4. Reserved55 says:

    Watch til the end.

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  5. Raptors2020 says:

    I recommend everyone find 3 seconds to search for “Steynonline” and read Mark Steyn’s column on the latest London Bridge terrorist. Usman Khan and his two victims were attending a conference on prisoner rehabilitation. The murderer Khan received special permission to violate his ban on entering London (special indeed!). At least he made sure to wear his required, but fetching, tracking ankle bracelet. Before the attack Khan removed his shoes; not to show off this anklet, but because that’s how you’re required to meet Allah. The charming Usman liked to visit terrorist web sites on his laptop computer; paid for in part by one of his victims, Jack Merritt.

    A French philosopher named Rene Girard wrote a great deal about the omnipresence of scapegoats and human sacrifice throughout human history. He believed the triumph of Christianity came in part from its success in diverting the bloodlust of humanity into figurative scapegoats like demons and Satan. Indeed, Christ’s sacrifice is surely the ultimate act of human sacrifice; done willingly but essential to humanity’s salvation.

    As the secular Left has rejected Christianity, they also now reject figurative human sacrifice. Where ever Marxism triumphs, mass death soon follow. For Maduro of Venezuela to be so indifferent to the mass suffering of his people, he must see some actual good coming from it. The victims of the London terrorist appear to have been good little leftists, offering themselves up for human sacrifice.

    The Left in America is suspiciously, ominously open to creating suffering and death within this country. The multitude of dangers from an open southern border, the cancer of racial and ethnic political strife, and now the deprivation awaiting us from the restricting or outright banning of fossil fuels: it certainly appears our pain is their plan.

    The Left is quite proud and open about declaring how much we deserve to suffer and be punished: I think they mean it. They’re no longer satisfied with redistributive penalties like a progressive income system, or affirmative action. An older generation of Marxists believed in anarchism: after the pain would come the paradise (somehow). This generation of Marxists and Leftists are nihilists: they want the pain for the sake of the pain. We deserve to be punished: their list of reasons is long. Arriving at a Marxist paradise is now just an afterthought. Human sacrifice is their destination.

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    • Raptors, interesting point you make.

      I think that these Marxist are never quite clear on exactly what they “believe”.

      The one thing they are sure about is that they should be “in charge” of what every one does to to absolute max.

      When it comes to inflicting pain and suffering they are the ones that will inflict and never suffer because they are some how already perfect in their thinking and the rest of us need a change or adjustment in our way of thinking.

      And what ever amount of mental or physical pain and suffering needed to change us and our way of thinking and acting, we deserve and they are right and deserve to inflict it upon us without question.

      We have no rights, none.

      We have no right to question their right to say what is right, our only duty is to obey.

      They like to try and muddy the waters with a lot of philosophy and writings and you name it.

      The leaders of all of this will talk and talk and talk but it all comes down the same thing.

      The stupid idea that some people, just because, are better than other people.

      And the people who they say are better just because have a right to boss everyone around just because.

      Most of us here in the US will say “I don’t think so” and fight to the death if we have to for the right to live as we like.

      That is what the election of 2016 was all about.

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    • DaughterofLiberty says:

      My view on it is that they’re just dysfunctional people – many with personality disorders; they’ve had painful childhoods – many may have been MK Ultra’ed and received toxic programming. They’re in pain themselves, hence, all they can do is spread pain. They’ve rejected Salvation – a free gift from Jesus – and openly mock the concept of Salvation and the freedom it brings. While many are intelligent, capable people, they’re walking wounded – many are under the influence of demonic forces.

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  6. lolli says:

    Article from whatfinger stating rod rosenstein was planning to appt special council before comey was even fired.
    Not big news for any of us, but was kept hidden.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/rod-rosenstein-considered-appointing-special-counsel-even-before-comey-firing

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    • ale81inn says:

      Bet your ass Rosenstein is dirty too

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    • Jim in TN says:

      I am waiting for the article that uncovers the collusion necessary for Rosenstein to get so many Democrats to vote for him. Even though he said differently in his testimony, I believe appointing a special counsel was a prerequisite for his getting confirmed.

      Only took him 2-3 weeks after taking his oath to do so.

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  7. Reserved55 says:

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  8. Reserved55 says:

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    • texecutioner says:

      I love Gohmert. I’m not from his district, but he’s the Texas rep that does me the most proud.

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    • Landslide says:

      Go Louie! And Rush’s name for StruckStrokeSmirk fits. (Heard him explaining why he calls him that, yesterday.)

      Aside: As I sit by my beautiful Christmas tree having the last of my favorite coffee, I am reminded to PRAY for these mighty men who are FIGHTING for us every day——all while being viciously attacked, demeaned, & rebuffed. They’re not perfect, but I can’t imagine waking up and bearing their burden each day. God give them supernatural fortitude, in spirit, soul, and body. Amen.🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • gzuf says:

        Haha, I heard that too. “I pronounce a name three times when I first hear it because I’m deaf, then I saw him smirking at the hearing so I added Smirk. StruckStrokeSmirk.” Haha, classic Rush.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I now understand Peter Strzok’s expression. He’s like, “We know everything about you, Gohmert” from surveillance.

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  9. Reserved55 says:

    EUSSR threatens

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  10. convert says:

    Guys– you have to go read CarpeDonktum on Twitter. This is the single, funniest, most brilliant thread I have ever read on Twitter. It’s about how people flip out over Trump’s tweets. O m g brilliant. Some of you smart folks will know how to post it here…😂😂😂

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  11. Reserved55 says:

    “While I was VP in Ukraine.”

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  12. Reserved55 says:

    Convert.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1201757392754610176.html

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  13. MaineCoon says:

    A Christmas Tour video of the White House. It’s so very elegant. Thank you FLOTUS Melania.

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  14. MfM says:

    Charlie Dent (former House Rep from PA) a never Trumper, “says his former GOP colleagues in Congress are ‘disgusted and exhausted’ by Trump.” Well Charlie read the comments on the Morning Caller FaceBook page. People are glad you quit midterm if you are that much a member of the Swamp. This wasn’t one of the seats in PA the GOP lost in 2018, but it could have been with the re-districting.

    Funny he doesn’t name a one of them, nor does he make any negative comments about any Democrats. Nice to get your true colors reinforced.

    https://www.mcall.com/news/pennsylvania/capitol-ideas/mc-nws-pa-charlie-dent-trump-impeachment-20191202-5fevjca6ojbdfisfiiatw64b7e-story.html?fbclid=IwAR1O6ZESvIHEzgWHQ0JyDYA82b1X8GR8E2B_TiY-oVUKP6CWBABfSlew3o4

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Now isn’t that odd ?
      And yet, just this morning on “War Room: Impeachment” Steve Bannon had two currently sitting GOP PA Reps who said they were proud of their GOP colleagues for their principled stance on Shampeachment and their Minority Report on Shampeachment.

      Gee, who to believe ?
      Decisions, decisions, decisions…

      (sure seems like the Tea Party Caucus in the House is getting larger)
      (beg pardon, the Freedom Caucus. my bad 😉 )

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    • WES says:

      MfM:. He is just sore that his lobbying fees aren’t what he was promised they would be!

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      • snarkybeach says:

        if Dent had the courage to come out of the closet as a Democrat, his fees would surely double…

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      • MfM says:

        Very likely WES, Dent retired mid-term for ‘family’ reasons. That’s BS it’s a 2 year term! The reasons weren’t mentioned except that he was a Never-Trumper and he made no bones about it. Trump also blames him for one of the first failed Obamacare repeal attempts, during the time when the GOP had a majority in both houses. So I’m not a fan of his in any way. I was happy to see him go.

        According to Wiki “Dent joined the law firm DLA Piper as a non-attorney policy adviser. He registered as a lobbyist following the mandatory one-year cooling off period.”

        Also according to Wiki “DLA Piper was the twelfth-largest donor to President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.”

        So someone who claims to be a principled Republican goes to work for one of the biggest contributors to Obama. Right. He’s SWAMP and a GOPe Trump hater.

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  15. youme says:

    Dr Armstrong invited London Bridge terrorist Usman Khan to the capital for a Learning Together conference before he launched his murderous knife attackDr Ruth Armstrong founded Cambridge University’s Learning Together scheme

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7747325/London-Bridge-prisoner-scheme-academic-aided-killers-release.html

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    • youme says:

      These professors are just slightly classier versions of the women who write love letters to death row inmates and sometimes marry them

      Same kind of thinking that was behind the First Step Act and the Marshall project…lets give early release to thousands of federally convicted drug dealers in the middle of a unprecedented heroin/fentanyl epidemic

      (The Night Stalker, Richard Ramirez is married to some beauty who is a lawyer and MENSA member)

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      • freespeechfanatic says:

        Good analogy.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Why is it always women? These professors are more stupid than those women marrying convicts.

        Now that I have made relevant comments, can you imagine any man being stupid enough to marry Lorena Bobbitt? I bet even these stupid professors aren’t that stupid.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        youme, Where did you get the info about Ramirez’ wife.( lawyer MENSA member)? The only sources I could find Identify her as a ” free lance magazine editor” with an income of about $53,000 per year. No info about her upbringing and education but for the fact her family disowned her when she married Ramirez. She apparently ended the relationship as he had no visits (according to the Dept of Corrections) the last couple of years before his death from cancer.

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  16. Zippy says:

    “If you need any proof that we lost the Cold War, I think the fact that the campuses are outposts of Marxism is about as convincing a set of evidence you can possibly have. Nobody would say we won the war against Nazism if tens of thousands of Nazis were openly indoctrinating children on the taxpayers dime in government universities.” – Stefan Molyneux

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  17. Zippy says:

    Duh! Read Ann Coulter’s four year old book “Adios, America!”

    Exclusive–Kobach: Democrats Now ‘Say Out Loud’ Intent to Turn America Blue by Immigration

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/12/02/exclusive-kobach-democrats-now-say-out-loud-intent-to-turn-america-blue-by-immigration/

    Former Kansas Secretary of State and United States Senate candidate Kris Kobach says the political left is now quite honest about their longheld intent to turn the nation blue through mass legal immigration.

    During an exclusive interview with host Alex Marlow on SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Kobach said in the past Democrats would only talk behind closed doors about their efforts to transform the nation state-by-state through immigration, but that today they are honest about the plan.

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  18. Reserved55 says:

    Convert this is the one.

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1201705886261170177.html

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  19. Talk is Cheap says:

    POTUS is right about one thing when he brags about the stock market, it truly is all about him. Up big because of him or DOWN BIG like today because of him.

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  20. Lisa Darling says she grew up in the DOJ. I don’t think she grew up at all.

    What grown-up woman would use her authority to frame a president and not expect some consequences? Besides Hillary, I mean.

    And Valerie Jarrett.
    Also Susan Rice.
    And Samantha Power.
    Sally Yates.
    Nellie Ohr,
    Alexandra Chalupa.
    …nevermind.

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  21. LouisianaTeaRose says:

    Okay. Anyone who didn’t see Tucker last night needs to find it and watch. I am sitting here watching what I recorded last night.

    O. M. G.

    Too much to detail. Finally called out Sen. Burr for the slime he is. But the segment with Mark Steyn…..priceless.

    Truly must-see-TV. Having difficulty tyiping cuz can’t stop laughing…..

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    • Shelley Childs says:

      Mark Steyn segment…

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      • LouisianaTeaRose says:

        Still cannot stop laughing. Watched it 4 times.

        No wonder Dems are losing so badly. Trump voters are laughing all the way to the polls….and beyond.

        Dear Lord, please please please let the Trump presidency live forever. I cannot imagine our lives without him.

        The ongoing enema for constipated liberals everywhere, may we NEVER run out of fleets OR toilet paper…

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        • Me too LouisianaTeaRose!

          Mark Steyn says it all when he remarks that he has ” Been waiting his whole life for the Hairy Leg Candidate”.

          I started laughing almost at the beginning of the discussion over the No Malarkey campaign slogan and couldn’t stop.

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        • like…I can’t believe anyone would vote for this man. Well, I guess the same ones who think Trump is an agent of Russia might do it…you would have to be totally insane.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Personally I thoroughly enjoyed the Chuckie Toad segment.

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  22. youme says:

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    • Beau Geste says:

      So, when PDJT asks for the financial records and business “connections”, donors-and-voting-records of all congresscritters, as part of his Constitutional duty to take care to enforce the laws and prevent bribery, that will be OK !!!!

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  23. Reserved55 says:

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    • LouisianaTeaRose says:

      Same reason Doug Wead gets death threats.

      When Trump speaks, the world listens. Voters hear. His words alone are a threat to our enemies, within America AND throughout the global community.

      They won’t stop til HE stops.

      Trump is global kryptonite.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Talking to the “press” and answering questions is obviously an impeachable offense, because he is a non-dem candidate for re-election. /s

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Remember when O’bama used to go into four corners defense in pressers and answer one question for 20+ minutes?

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  24. Reserved55 says:

    “The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reported on Monday that Dr. Leila Vaseghi, Governor of Shahr-e Qods, West Tehran Province, admitted on Iranian state television that she ordered protesters to be shot at.”

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  26. WES says:

    Looks like China dragon is going to have to wait until after 2020 election for elusive trade deal! Markets not too happy about that. Slip sliding away!

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      I think this has something to do with pressure on China (oh no, another foreign policy quid pro quo!) over Hong Kong. ‘Leave them alone or no deal.’ The reason for it to go past the election is if Trump loses Hong Kong gets leveled. China NEEDS Trump out of office and right quick…

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  27. CM-TX says:

    Some interesting data & findings on “MAGA” Twitter Accounts… all is not as it appears.
    (🎅: Twitter’s on the Naughty List!)

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1177655422637019136.html

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  28. Reserved55 says:

    .From Fredo last night.

    The wayback machine to Nov 2016. Remember?

    Piglousy last week: All roads lead to Russia.

    @ChrisCuomo
    : “Every Intel agency we have found conclusively Russia ***hacked*** the 2016 election… It’s not about Ukraine. But in Trump land, all that matters is what helps him. That put Sen. Kennedy in a bad position, and he, like the rest of his party, chose Trump over the truth.”

    After three years, we are back to the beginning.

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  29. Sherri Young says:

    Yippee!! Catherine Herridge finally is on Twitter. She is @CBS_Herridge. Seven tweets since she opened her account on November 22. Close to 50k followers so far. Watched one of her clips. She didn’t have to speed talk and was able to present her story in an intelligent manner. There was none of the annoying circus atmosphere that prevails at Fox. The segment was not eaten up by a host. It will be great to be able to easily access her stories and share them. Don’t intend to watch CBS, but will follow Catherine Herridge on Twitter.

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  30. IGiveUp says:

    With Ukraine having come up short, Dems consider adding additional charges to Trump’s impeachment articles.

    https://hotair.com/archives/jazz-shaw/2019/12/03/democrats-look-expand-impeachment-charges/

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  31. Reserved55 says:

    Stelter’s Twitter yesterday

    Brian Stelter
    @brianstelter
    ·
    14h
    New from
    @jaketapper
    : “The Republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee looked into allegations that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election and found no evidence to support the claims, **according to sources familiar with the matter.”**

    Katie Rayford
    @katie_rayford
    ·
    Dec 2
    ICYMI: Yesterday,
    @Slate
    ‘s
    @Dahlialithwick
    joined
    @ReliableSources
    to discuss how pro-Trump pundits discrediting the impeachment inquiry and and spreading conspiracy theories about Ukraine on television “are reinforcing his legal theory of the world”

    Brian Stelter
    @brianstelter
    ·
    18h
    “It’s a little surreal when the president tweets about you.. even if he says things that you know are not true,” Fox’s
    @Judgenap
    says, talking about Lisa Page. “I can tell you that from personal experience, except my experience is minuscule compared to what she’s been through…”

    Brian Stelter
    @brianstelter
    ·
    19h
    “One side is completely refusing to acknowledge that facts exist,”
    @KatyTurNBC
    says. “It’s snowing here in NYC. It’s like someone looking outside saying ‘It’s summer and it’s sunny and it’s wonderful outside, what are you talking about, it’s not snowing'”

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  32. TwoLaine says:

    I LOVE THIS!!!!!

    Californians, this is for you! PLEASE, get out there, sign and share. VOLUNTEER If you can. This man is a plague on your state! CA AG Xavier Becerra too. They both MUST GO!

    1.5 MILLION signatures required! Goal is 2.3 MILLION.

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  33. Reserved55 says:

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  34. Brant says:

    G7 at Camp David next year. I love it. Media bussed in from hour away like the school children they are.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Ha ! But they stopped PDJT from donating a very comfortable site !!
      (and saved him some money, too. I wonder how they feel about saving PDJT the personal cost of the G7?

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    • Kay Emig says:

      …and somehow you just know that there won’t be an issue with mysterious trucks stopped on the tracks to endanger their travel, or mysterious problems with their food – and the only power outages or broadcast static WILL mysteriously obscure whatever sensible things are said.

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  35. Reserved55 says:

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  36. Reserved55 says:

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  37. Jimmy R says:

    I don’t know whether the Horowtz report will be a nuke or a dud, but one thing is certain: if it’s a dud then Brian Cates needs to apologize for his twitter account, delete it, and then learn to code.

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  38. Chris says:

    I hope Barr is compiling some strong evidence. You know the lying, communist MSM will say that Barr is acting like a political stooge. Meanwhile, Horowitz is a “non-partisan career professional.” I love how the media characterizes these people. Left wing hacks are always “non-partisan.”

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  39. islandpalmtrees says:

    Notice how the Clinton donors, must have known, that Hillary Clinton was going to lose the election. A full year before Hillary Clinton actually did. If the donors knew, then so did the Intelligence Community. Think the Intelligence Community based on what we know now, was desperate in 2015 to see Hillary Clinton win the election?

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  40. Jimmy R says:

    It would be hilarious if Nancy puts Russian collusion into impeachment and Horowitz shows that Russian collusion was a criminal hoax on the very day she impeaches. Ond on the next day, Mitch can subpoena Schiff and the Bidens. Hilarity would ensue.

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  41. Reserved55 says:

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  42. burnett044 says:

    Three things the Dem/left always do…Lie ,deny,and Delay…
    been dragging this out for years now…..
    if it was not this hoax it would be another…it will never stop…..until we take away any power they have,

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  43. islandpalmtrees says:

    Hannity: Barr signals Durham report is where the action is
    Dec 2, 2019

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  44. Reserved55 says:

    Trump’s $base$ is America, the rest are Communists

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  45. jeans2nd says:

    Hot doggity! Was just invited to former Presidential candidate Rep Tim Ryan’s (D OH-13) tele-town hall this Wed. Poor guy must not remember my performance at his last tele-town hall.
    Hot time in the ol’ town anticipated lolol

    Any suggestions for comments/questions for Rep Tim Ryan (D OH-13)?

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    • CM-TX says:

      Can we group-fund to send one to Schiffhead? I realize he was really after some naked pics of PDJT… but this might satisfy his craving. 😉

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  46. Reserved55 says:

    I hope you’re sitting down.

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  47. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Welcome to the Potemkin Village of Washington Power

    Don’t be misled: elected officials are subjugated to the national security firmament. Trump is just exposing it.
    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/welcome-to-the-potemkin-village-of-washington-power/

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  48. B Woodward says:

    I am starting a Christmas card campaign. So when you send out your Christmas cards, consider sending a card to show your support for Paul Manafort, a political prisoner. He is a victim of the Clinton funded Steele Dossier and the subsequent Mueller witch hunt for Russian collusion.

    Paul Manafort is at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (MCC) Federal Prison in NY City (To my knowledge, Mr. Manafort is still in solitary confinement.) His address is:
    Paul Manafort 35207-016
    MCC
    150 Park Row
    New York, New York, 10007

    Mr. Manafort met with the FBI three years prior to being charged by Mueller to go over his finances and Ukraine income. No charges were brought until special counsel Mueller was appointed and Andrew Weissmann was brought in. Then the FBI got search warrants allowing them to break into Manafort’s home before dawn and at gunpoint to seize documents. Paul Manafort was hit with a total of 18 counts in the Virginia case (Mueller dropped 10 of the counts after the jury refused to convict), 7 counts in Mueller’s second lawsuit in Washington DC (Manafort made a plea deal), plus 16 counts from the state of New York–all based on his lobbying work in Ukraine and old tax/bank charges. The state of New York hit him with similar charges (double jeopardy?) in order to prevent Manafort from being released with a Presidential pardon. In contrast, Clinton friend Tony Podesta, who did the same lobbying work and also failed to file a FARA form on time was given immunity. And Obama’s former White House counsel Greg Craig was only hit with a 2-count indictment for making a false statement related to his lobbying work in Ukraine. Judge Ellis stated, “Given the investigation’s focus on President Trump’s campaign, even a blind person can see that the true target of the Special Counsel’s investigation is President Trump, not defendant… Specifically, the charges against defendant are intended to induce defendant to cooperate with the Special Counsel by providing evidence against the President or other members of the campaign… These kinds of high-pressure prosecutorial tactics are distasteful.” Meanwhile Manafort is currently serving a 7 1/2 year federal sentence after a Virginia jury found him guilty on 8 counts of tax and bank fraud.

    There are no charges involving so-called collusion in Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election, the scheme that was the rationale for Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel. In a key finding of the Mueller report, Ukrainian businessman Konstantin Kilimnik, who worked for Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, is tied to Russian intelligence. But hundreds of pages of government documents — which special counsel Robert Mueller possessed since 2018 — describe Kilimnik as a “sensitive” intelligence source for the US State Department who informed on Ukrainian and Russian matters.

    More background: In August, 2016 the government of Ukraine, which was working directly with James Comey’s FBI, released unsubstantiated accusations against Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort that led to his resignation from the Trump campaign 5 days later. Further, these allegations were made by a Ukrainian political operative working with two of Hillary Clinton’s billionaire financial backers. A “black ledger” showing payments from the Party of Regions — was known to Ukrainian authorities since 2014 but was suddenly released in May 2016 by the US-friendly NABU, after Manafort was named Trump’s campaign chairman: “Somebody kept this black ledger secret for two years and then showed it to the public and the U.S. media. It was extremely suspicious.” The Clinton campaign stated “The ledger represented “more troubling connections between Donald Trump’s team and pro-Kremlin elements in Ukraine.” The accounting records surfaced when Serhiy Leshchenko, who was elected to Parliament in 2014 as part of Poroshenko’s party, said he had received a partial copy from a source he did not identify. Leshchenko worked closely with both top Hillary Clinton donors George Soros and Victor Pinchuk, as well as to the US Embassy in Kyiv. The Democrats, the FBI, the State Department, and the media have done their best to try to distract from the real foreign collusion and interference in the 2016 election from Ukraine. They have ignored and obfuscated the 2017 Politico story. Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump backfired detailing how DNC operative Alexander Chalupa worked with the Ukrainian Ambassador Chaly to try to get dirt on Trump and Manafort. A Ukrainian district court ruled in December 2018 that the summer 2016 release of information by Ukrainian Parliamentary member Leschenko and NABU director Sytnyk about an ongoing investigation of Manafort amounted to an improper interference by Ukraine’s government in the 2016 U.S. election.

    Rudy Giuliani has evidence that Glenn Simpson was in the Ukraine in 2016 and was involved in the creation of the Steele dossier and Manafort’s “black book” which were both frauds that were used to target and indict candidate and President Trump and his team.

    Paul Manafort’s current release date is 12-25-2025.

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  49. lawrencepaul1 says:

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