December 5th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1050

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1,266 Responses to December 5th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1050

  1. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

      Sorry if I offend anyone but that’s a pathetically weak statement from the GOP. What the GOP ought to be doing is telling all of the dummies out there who failed to secure the GOP House majority in 2018 that they MUST stop voting stupidly. Maybe they can say it in a nicer way than I am able to do because I have a lot of anger about this. We elected Trump, a mega victory … and then lost that House majority so we now suffer through endless nonsense. All of the people who whined about their GOP candidates need to be spanked. In the general election you VOTE STRAIGHT GOP, PERIOD. I don’t care if your candidates are McCain clones. The majorities are way more important than individual candidates. We’re going to waste 2 years of Trump’s first term because the Dems have control of the House and legislation is stalled. The GOP needs to send the message to all very firmly, not that weak messaging they put out. Is that Romney’s spawn controlling the messaging? If so, she needs to go.

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      • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

        So what do you do when a Rino in disguise Trump defier like Kemp rams a Romney/Ryan down your throat.

        Do you reward that betrayal with a vote? Where is the line? Over and over we are told hold your nose and vote. T hff en we get 53 votes in the Senate that we worry over 3 or 4 votes going the other way. Even McConnell can’t depend on his own caucus support his impeachment rules.

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        • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

          Even the worst GOP Senators and Representatives are better than any Democrats. Majorities are more important than individual candidates.

          If we had also lost the Senate majority to the Dems, Trump would have been removed from office already.

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          • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

            The swamp is extremely deep. It cannot be cleaned up without a concerted well-planned effort. It cannot be cleaned up quickly, it will require decades of smart voting.

            First starve out the Dems. Then get rid of the RINOs.

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            • Jim in TN says:

              Basically, both types are hard to remove since incumbents usually get reelected.

              We must have good candidates ready to win seats. We must have reliable fundraising ready to bankroll these candidates.

              We must become strong enough that redistricting won’t be used by GOP to ice out our winners. Redistricting is a state function so we need state organizations. That of course helps qualify good candidates to win National seats.

              Also, we need to be able to figure out the moments when elections key into national concerns and capitalize on that. These are the times that those rare incumbent defeats happen en masse. Think 1994.

              But of course this brings us back to now and the GOP not trying hard to win when such a moment is upon us. But then they helped create this moment.

              They found ways to break their own campaign promises to try and thwart most of Trump’s agenda. They retired in droves, opening up their seats to Democrats. They bragged about beating the DNC in fundraising but the Democrat candidates outraised and outspent Republican candidates. And they actively aided in the creation of false accusations against Trump, so they could rush to judgement.

              Only Devin Nunes fought to find the truth early on, and they iced him out. A GOP controlled Congress forced a GOP Congressional Chairman to step aside because of a partisan investigation of false accusations. This prevented him from undercutting the larger bipartisan false allegations against Trump.

              Combine all of the above with Dems ramping up ways to cheat, biased court based redistricting, and their rabid belief in all the false accusations, and of course their two faced campaigning, lying about not impeaching tonthe moderates while promising impeachment to the radicals and you get to our present point.

              Also, this is a very important year. The census will be taken and will be followed by redistricting. We had a huge advantage in state control, but the democrats have been gaining ground. We must maintain and regain control everywhere we can. Democrats will surely cement in their recent gains in Virginia. They will do that to the rest of us too if we let them.

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    • Nobodysfool says:

      It’s on. Cadaver Pelosi tossed down the gauntlet.

      First agenda item for us is to donate. Go to http://www.donaldjtrump.com and give what you can.

      Next, put pressure on Senate Republicans to hold the line.

      Let’s hang this immoral impeachment around Dem necks and place it as a badge of honor on our President.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      We do need to mobilize. By telling the GOPe that.
      1. No donations until the GOP senate rejects impeachment conviction
      2. The GOPe senate recognizes when it is not in session (rather than lying that it is) so PDJT can appoint honest people to work with him rather than spies and backstabber SES employees he can’t fire. (its hard for PDJT to doo all the work of the US Government himself)
      3. if ANY GOP senator or representative votes for impeachment or to convict, we will vote against ALL GOP candidates. This includes both Utah senators Romney and Pierre Delecto. The country would be gone anyway, so why reward the GOPe?

      Just write this in the reply envelope when asked for money, and return emails asking for money.

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  2. nwtex says:

    To those haters out there in the world. It seems as tho your world is dark and empty…..pity….so play your shameful, nasty “politics” if you must but leave the family alone.
    btw you may want to check your conscience.

    This is what love and warmth looks like–>

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  3. jim says:

    George Zimmerman fights back, sues the hell out of everyone. Represented by Larry Klayman.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/12/we_are_all_george_zimmerman_now.html

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    • Bigly says:

      What??? A false witness!?!?

      Hollywood filmmaker Joel Gilbert just released a film and book of the same name, The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America. He investigated the public records and made a discovery – Rachel Jeantel was an imposter. She was not “Diamond Eugene.” She was not Trayvon’s girlfriend. She was not on the phone with him before our altercation. She lied in court about everything she claimed to have heard over the phone in order to send me to prison for life.

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    • Bigly says:

      Dang – as Biden would say “this is a big f’ing deal”…

      I am bringing this action not only to get justice for myself, but for all those Americans who are falsely accused of racial animus as well as those victimized by fake witnesses and unscrupulous prosecutors.

      This lawsuit is also for the Bell family, whose sons were falsely accused of involvement in a tragic gym accident that caused the death of Kendrick Johnson. This lawsuit is for Officer Darren Wilson of Ferguson, whom even Eric Holder had to admit was falsely accused of shooting a man who allegedly put his hands up. This lawsuit is for the police officers in Baltimore, both black and white, who were falsely accused of harming Freddy Gray in order to justify mob violence. This lawsuit is for Brett Kavanaugh and any future Supreme Court nominees falsely accused of crimes they did not commit to prevent their nominations.

      More than anything else, this lawsuit is for the America I grew up in and still believe in, an America of equal justice for all, where race hoaxes and fake witnesses have no place, an America where the content of one’s character, not race, is the basis for one’s judgement of another.

      With my lawsuit, I hope to make a strong statement that false witnesses will not be tolerated, not in Seminole County Court or any court, and not in the United States Senate chambers. False witnesses must face consequences, or they will continue to ruin lives of innocent people. There is nothing more un-American and irreligious under the Ten Commandments than to bear false witness.

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    • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

      I don’t know who was around back in 2012 or whenever that was, but I will never forget
      Crump’s deposition of Traythug’s girlfriend and the shock we all experienced when Rachel Jeantel showed up in court and sounded like a completely different person.

      Deposition of Traythug’s girlfriend:

      Rachel Jeantel:

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      • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

        Oooh sorry, this really belongs in the other open thread. Shouldn’t be in the Presidential politics thread.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        Also was interviewed behind a closet door so voice muffled and couldn’t be seen.

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      • Maquis says:

        Myself I found Jeantel to less than credible as she posed as ThugLife Trayvon’s love interest. I mean, he was a Fakebook poseur and small-time criminal looking to move up with murderous violence, but where would such an unattractive by any metric Jeantel fit in that deranged image he had of himself?

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  4. Brant says:

    In “Prof” Karlen’s (and how many other lefties?) world, Henry David Thoreau was a radical conservative for wanting to live in serenity with nature. Hmmm, I like it and I will take him as a compatriot

    I could not care less if Karlen and her fellow travelers want to live on the 20th floor of a condo cluster cocoon. Why does she not want me to live with my serenity where I can walk outside and immediately be at one with nature with cows across the street for neighbors?

    She said that we like wide spaces because we don’t want to see each other. No, we value the serenity and are respectful of our neighbors as they are to us. She would be the first to complian to her neighbors about their activities when she chose to live among them.

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    • I think she was speaking figuratively and said that democrats “cluster together”, not realizing that it’s because they all think alike because they are closed-minded ideologues and that conservatives are “spread out” because we are pragmatic, independent-minded free thinkers.

      Maybe I’m wrong, but that’s what I think this pseudo-intellectual poser was unknowingly trying to convey.

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      • nimrodman says:

        I interpreted her as talking about conservatives who live out in farmland, in flyover country. So I’m a bit more in Brant’s vicinity on my read of it.

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        • highdezertgator says:

          Sodbuster.. greasemonkey.. JoePlumber.. HomeSchooling…Irredeemable Deplorables!

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        • Bubby says:

          Nim I agree! Yeah elite leftists like Karlen detest even hate those of us in flyover country. But they never stop to think what would they eat without us? We feed this country and our grocery stores have more variety and quantity of quality produce than another country on this planet! We feed a lot of people outside this country, we send our farmers products all over the world. We are the bread basket for the world. If we could get rid of ethanol in our gasoline we could feed even more!

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      • Dekester says:

        Maybe she was Clivus, but she is one obnoxious and condescending **** and loathsome to boot.

        God bless PDJT

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    • ale81inn says:

      we live where we do so we don’t have to be around people like her

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    • freespeechfanatic says:

      She hates you for wanting that peace. She sees you as an “unproductive unit,” like Orwell’s animals. You are less than nothing to her. We need to understand these people. We do not. Gaetz’s performance yesterday completely missed the point. We always do. Can one of our representatives, our tribunes of the Republic, please read Hegel, Marx, Marcuse, Mao, Alinksy? Is it too much to ask?

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    • scrap1ron says:

      Harpies of a feather flock together.

      Reminds me of my baby sister’s wedding. My aunt Wilma and another sibling’s mother-in-law, Arlene, two peas in a pod. The kind of old gossipy biddies who say insulting things about and sometimes to others and act like they’re paying you a compliment. They had never met before until that wedding reception, but they sat next to each other the whole time laughing and sharing disparaging observations about everyone else.

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    • wildsailor2018 says:

      That is explained by that other lefty puke….’liberals like people and tend to cluster in groups while conservatives want to be alone because they don’t like people and don’t even like themselves.’

      See, we hate each other and even ourselves. In their opinion we are hateful control freaks. Kinda the way we feel about them actually…more projection.

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      • DaughterofLiberty says:

        Once again projecting onto us – and btw, the reason they hang in ‘clusters’ is because they lack individual identity and a sense of individual worth – they are the classic group think, herd mentality make up – they need others from which they draw validation. Pathetic people.

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  5. Some of the skewed polling the media has been trying to push lately was that President Trump’s numbers were slipping among “suburban women” (i.e. “soccer moms”).

    After yesterday’s off-putting tirade from that Hillary worshipping harridan / leftist apparatchik posing as a “constitutional scholar” and her insults to the president and his family, they might have to re-evaluate their wishful thinking with those polls.

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  6. lawrencepaul1 says:

    “There are just two rules of governance in a free society: Mind your own business. Keep your hands to yourself.”

    P. J. O’Rourke

    “Democracy: The state of affairs in which you consent to having your pocket picked, and elect the best man to do it.”

    Benjamin Lichtenberg

    “The government’s War on Poverty has transformed poverty from a short-term misfortune into a career choice.”

    Harry Browne

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    • Do stop thinking about tomorrow says:

      Patrick Monahan as a Congressional Aid wrote a scathing analysis of the war on poverty program while it was being debated before passage. In that analysis he predicted the damage to the b lb back community it would inflict.

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        It’s the same wherever it is tried. In the UK there are now whole generations of families who have never worked a day in their lives. They start breeding as teenagers and live on welfare their whole lives. When I first moved to America 30 years ago what had happened in the UK was still in it’s early stages in the US.

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  7. littleanniefannie says:

    “If we cannot impeach a president who abuses his office for personal advantage, we no longer live in a democracy. We live in a monarchy or we live under a dictatorship.”

    Once again, Professor Feldman, being a good little Democrat, you do what your ilk does so well. You sat, sanctimoniously and accused President Trump of doing things that President Obama was so blatantly guilty of doing. Nice deflection there but oh so transparently done.
    BTW, wonder if Professor Karlan spent many sleepless nights conjuring up the line to bully a 13 year old just to get a zinger in on tv? If so (and if Stanford pays her more than $1/year), then Yale must be extremely proud of the licentiousness they produce!

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  8. burnett044 says:

    the question has been put forth…is Hillary crazy enuff to run again……??
    let`s check in on her shall we….

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  9. youme says:

    Devastating….

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  10. ale81inn says:

    The minute I saw that bitch all I could think of was my former mother in law

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  11. burnett044 says:

    I must say I worried for Feldman after that hearing….yep ,ya see he had his better than thou nose so far in the air ..I was afraid he would go home take a shower and drown.

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    • Free Speech says:

      Feldman epitomizes the red diaper charlatans who have taken over our most highly regarded academic institutions. He’s full of million dollar words and Byzantine sentences designed to obscure the fact that his thinking is full of interstellar leaps in logic. Stanford and the Ivies need far fewer academics who excel at words and suck at thinking.

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  12. nimrodman says:

    Of course it doesn’t help when key operatives in that “intelligence community” are trying to unseat him
    … funny, that

    Nolte: CNN Wants Us Horrified that Trump Is Skeptical of Intelligence Briefing
    https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2019/12/04/nolte-cnn-wants-us-horrified-that-trump-is-skeptical-of-intelligence-briefing/

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    • lawrencepaul1 says:

      I’d be horrified if he wasn’t.

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    • CNN_sucks says:

      Precisely, PDJT should be skeptical. IC gave us weapon of mass destruction to go to war. Results thousands died, maimed and trillion of dollars embezzled.

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    • Bubby says:

      Didn’t that same IC convince GW Bush that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction? Which in retrospect was probably a setup by the IC. A war citizen Trump was against by the way. So why would President Trump trust those IC folks implicitly?

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      • Debra says:

        Didn’t that same IC neglect to inform PDJT that his campaign ‘appeared’ to have ‘bad actors’ involved that they were concerned about, thus revealing that the lofty IC were not so concerned about his actual safety . . .?

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      • lawrencepaul1 says:

        Gulf of Tonkin incident, Iraq killing people in Kuwaiti hospitals, Iraq weapons of mass destruction, Gaddafi about to wipe out thousands in Tripoli, Russia has invaded the Ukraine, Assad using chemical weapons on his own people. Donald Trump aided by Russia in the 2016 election.
        All lies told by the IC. Only a fool would trust these people, and our president is no fool.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      Don’t you wish past Presidents were more skeptical:

      Saddam Hussein has weapons of Mass Destruction cost the USA trillions of dollars and many soldiers lives lost, limbs lost, mentally scarred for nothing.
      .

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  13. 6x47 says:

    I was just reading about how Judge Napolitano and Andrew McCarthy disagree with Jonathan Turley’s assessment of the President refusing to comply with Congressional subpoenas.

    What they’re really saying is this: The House of Representatives has the sole power of impeachment and is completely unfettered by any standards whatsoever aside from those it imposes on itself. If Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, and Jerry Nadler, and their ethically challenged Lawfare staff decide to abandon all pretense of due process, or Constitutional standards, in order to use impeachment as a political dirty trick … they can.

    The assertion that the President cannot fight a subpoena is frankly absurd. But – the House can indeed consider that as “obstruction” – because obstruction is whatever they say it is.

    Essentially – if the House of Representatives decides to abuse its power, nobody and nothing can stop them other than the Senate refusing to convict on articles of impeachment.

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    • The President is a “co-equal Branch of Government” that happens to consist of one man. He does not serve at the pleasure of the Congress – he is directly elected by the people and is responsible to them.

      The decision and authority to impeach is not an unfettered, political decision: there must be “high crimes and misdemeanors.” For which (s)he will still face “indictment, trial, conviction and punishment” by the Courts. The Founders specifically excluded “maladministration” as a cause. If there is a crime, it must be real.

      And the Democrats’ problem is that they don’t have one. And, they can’t simply make one up and declare, on their own authority, that he’s guilty: that’s called a “Bill of Attainder,” and it’s expressly forbidden (§1.9.3; §1.10.1).

      The Democrats’ additional problem is that they do have one. It’s impossible to get more explicit and more blatant than “Biden’s boast,” but, until 2016, that was simply the way that the game was played. Billions of dollars of US taxpayer money – embezzled. Racketeering. Obstruction. Heady participation and fomenting of high crimes all over the world. They don’t want that to be exposed.

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      • 6x47 says:

        Yes, of course … but the Democrats who run the House are the only ones enforcing standards on the House. If they decide to go rouge, and create articles of impeachment that don’t meet the Constitutional standard of “High Crimes and Misdemeanors” … it’s up to the Senate to rebuke them.

        The Constitution’s rules are only as good as the people enforcing them. And Pelosi/Schiff/Nadler are very, very bad.

        My ideal end state? The American people reject this bad behavior, punish the Democrats by giving the House back to the GOP – and then the new GOP majority expels Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler. Yes, they can do that.

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        • Mike says:

          They are both simply wrong. The executive is a coequal branch of government. Congress can’t breach executive privelege without the Supreme Court’s blessing regardless of their impeachment powers.

          Which they likewise don’t have without a full house vote to impeach.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Yeah, Nappy was on the F & F couch again this AM to claim that they President was obstructing justice by not complying with lawful subpoenas issued by the house. He said if you don’t like it go to court and dispute it, but you just can’t ignore it.

      The key word here being LAWFUL.

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      • NJF says:

        He is going to court & that’s what the Dems are saying is obstruction. Good grief.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Yes, Turley made a clear point about that yesterday. There are 3 branches, and the Executive Branch has privileges and rights too. You cannot usurp them just because you want to rush the process, and especially when you have no legal legs to stand upon.

          As Sundance has stated repeatedly, the DIMs don’t want to go to court because they KNOW they will lose BIGLY.

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        • TwoLaine says:

          Nappy has his head up his axx because he has always hated President TRUMP for not appointing him a Supreme, and he’s also willing to call Nappy out on his bs.

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    • cboldt says:

      McCarthy is a pedant. He’s pedantically correct, if the House calls it obstruction, it is. Has nothing to do with reality or any legal standard.
      Pedantically, the House can impeach over bad breath or nothing, if it wants to, and there is no remedy at law, history, faithfulness to constitutional principles (see dual citizen Obama, and massive federal overeach – constitution is long dead).
      All the hot air is intended to continue to fool the public into a false belief that we have a functional honest government.

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  14. Paprika says:

    And with the Senate Votes yesterday to confirm more of President Trump’s judicial nominees, we now stand at 88 confirmed judges this year with 2 more teed up for vote today or next week.

    I would have loved to reached 100 confirmations for this year, but 90 confirmed in one year is a very robust number, especially when Schummer still makes every single one go through “cloture motion” to slow down the process.

    I don’t know if Mitch will even try for more this year, but here’s hoping Mitch does not rest on his laurels next year and keeps up the fast pace of confirmations as we will be back up to over 100 judicial vacancies by early next year.

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  15. youme says:

    The bombings in Sweden now have their own Wikipedia article:

    “In 2018, there were 162 explosions… [The media are] accused of not showing these criminal acts… as this would bring a feeling contrary to the Swedish immigration policy.”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombings_in_Sweden

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  16. Don McAro says:

    Leftists are freaking out about the whiteness of their candidates now….
    leftists should try blackface. It worked in Canada…

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  17. Ausonius says:

    America, are you angered enough now to wake up and see how the elites,who want to control you like a marionette, are prepared to spit upon you and everything you stand for? Are you awake enough now to see how they are prepared to spit upon your religion, your personal spirituality, your belief in responsibility, your belief in basic freedoms, especially freedom from government, your belief in the freedom to speak and think freely without retribution from Leftist dictators, and your freedom to defend yourself and your family?

    Are you angered enough to register and vote against them, to speak out against them, perhaps even to picket their offices? Are you frightened enough by an out-of-control DEMOCRAT Congress spying on people without true legal authority? Are you frightened enough by an out-of-control DEMOCRAT conspiracy running rather openly a coup de etat against the president of the United States? Are you frightened enough that DEMOCRATS and the Media constantly, relentlessly push lies and call them the truth in order to control the country?

    Are you angered and frightened enough that DEMOCRATS will ignore any law, speak any lie, and threaten their opponents with prosecution and punishment to control the country?

    I am tired of hearing how “suburban, college-educated women” do not like how President Trump “tweets” and insults people and voted for Democrats in 2018, and will turn the election to the Democrats in 2020. If that claim is true, it is because Republicans have not risen up to expose the obvious, to reveal the truth, to admit the elephant in the room: President Trump’s blunt, New-York style is not an attack on our freedoms, on our prosperity, on our religions, on our liberties: it is the Democrats who are willing to take away freedoms, who are willing to take away prosperity, who are willing to take away all religions, who are willing to take away our liberties in a futile quest to establish a Paradise of the Mediocre.

    Why do we not hear this message daily from the Republicans*? Play the Democrats’ own words as proof! They gladly reveal their agenda every day!

    * Yes, too many Swamp Republicans are complicit in the DEMS’ agenda: that is why we do not hear it daily.

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    • olddog35 says:

      “Are you angered and frightened enough that DEMOCRATS will ignore any law, speak any lie, and threaten their opponents with prosecution and punishment to control the country?”

      Oh yeah, been angry for a long while, but definitely not frightened. Been voting for a long time…

      When these liberal types bring their horseschiff into my personal realm, it will be they who will feel frightened.

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  18. youme says:

    A socialist paradise…The Netherlands…why take care of the sick or mentally ill?…we just kill them

    According to the DutchNL news, the number of assisted deaths for dementia or psychiatric reasons also increased in 2017.

    One hundred sixty nine people with dementia died by euthanasia (three were cases of advanced dementia) while another 83 people died by euthanasia based on psychiatric reasons.

    In 2016 there were 141 people who died by euthanasia based on dementia (up from 109 in 2015) and 60 people died by euthanasia based on psychiatric reasons (up from 56 in 2015).

    In January 2017, a Netherlands euthanasia review committee decided that the death of a woman with dementia, who died by euthanasia against her will, was done in “good faith.” The woman was held down while the doctor lethally injected her with the assistance of her family.

    https://www.nationalrighttolifenews.org/2018/03/netherlands-2017-euthanasia-deaths-increase-by-another-8/

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    • aisheschayal says:

      This makes me sick, so sad, what has humanity come to.

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    • scrap1ron says:

      If you think that a culture that slaughters its babies for convenience or for money won’t slaughter its elderly for the same reasons, then please don’t be surprised when you, your friends, or your family are eventually disposed of by the very bureaucracy charged, ironically, with national health care. Your capital offense, the thing that lowers the death sentence upon you: Getting older and getting expensive. When the choice is between you and money, and when the government has no money, you die. Please notice: the government has no money.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      I am dealing with a father dying of dementia. He is in the late middle stages, starting to lose control of elimination, delusional, hallucinates, has angry outbursts, and occasionally is fully rational and can carry on a conversation. It is hard to watch.

      He has LTC insurance to pay for a stay at a memory care facility. I had to give my LTC policy up because the premiums doubled every year and I don’t make that kind of money.

      I have one child. He has Aspergers, severe global apraxia/dyspraxia, suffers from depression and is not the sharpest tack in the box. He’s sweet and loving, but far from a mentally strong person. He is destined for the trades, not the uni. He can pay bills and look after himself with a simple, straightforward lifestyle–cook simple meals, wash clothes, vacuum and dust and clean bathroom. I taught him that much.

      If I am to my self mentally enough to make a decision if I ever get a dementia diagnosis confirmed by two other specialists, I will go to Oregon and take the cocktail. No ifs, buts, or ands.

      There is no one to care for me and no money to care for me if I need LTC memory care while I slowly lose my mind. I get nothing because I own my home and have a little put away for retirement. Medicaid is for people who live under bridges. Medicare doesn’t pay for “rich” middle class people either. Dad is a Korea War vet and he doesn’t qualify for time and attendance because he gets Social Security and he and mom own their own home and one car. Dont’ we love our vets in this country? Especially the old, sick, dying ones?/sarc

      People like me have no choice. The cocktail or a box of rat poison is our only choice. Welcome to middle America. Aren’t we rich and well cared for? /sarc

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      • Bubby says:

        Yet we send billions of our tax dollars to foreign countries that hate us and don’t even support us in the UN. Most of which is wasted and ends up in the pockets of dictators, thugs and other lowlifes! But it will continue because that’s how our politicians get their “walk around money” and become millionaires or multi millionaires! Just disgusting we don’t take care of our own first!

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      • flova says:

        I feel you. My husband was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago. Way before retirement age, we needed money and our premiums from my job tripled and my deductible went way up so my employer could comply with Obamacare. But I needed to keep the insurance because my husband had to retire early. We were not eligible for Medicaid.

        We eventually sold our home, moved into a duplex with lower rent than mortgage. It was that or have my husband die way too soon since I had to eventually leave my job to care for him.

        To think illegals get better health care without paying for it is so evil. People in my city love to work pro bono for illegals, DREAMers whatever.

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      • meaculpa365inau says:

        AG, please don’t think you have no other choice! Have you thought about reaching out to others,Thru church or fraternal originations, to find a circle of friends & family? Your sufferings can be a means of grace for others. A person who helps you may find purpose & meaning for their own life. I will tell you right now that despair, even coated in the reality of pragmatism, is not what our loving God wants for any of us. I will pray for you, your son & your Dad.

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  19. freespeechfanatic says:

    I’m quite surprised not one of those “law professors” yesterday uttered the F-word. Having grown up around the academic Left I can assure the word flows freely in private company. I thought the urge would have been overwhelming.

    Isn’t it interesting how Trump is constantly called “crude” and “crass” but never has and never would say anything as juvenile and classless as that woman’s comment about Barron Trump?

    Who are the real vulgarians?

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  20. Paintingal says:

    My NH Rep, Chris Pappas, a first term Dem, has been mentioned as being a vulnerable seat. Well, we have someone stepping up to challenge him! I can’t wait until he formally announces, and I’ll be there to support him!
    https://www.wmur.com/article/nh-primary-source-republican-matt-mayberry-says-hell-run-for-1st-district-us-house-seat/30126812

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  21. burnett044 says:

    Where do we go from here?…..the Dems making it up as they go……

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  22. NJF says:

    I finally watched clips of these morons and holy Schiff!!! This is even worse then anyone could possibly conceive.

    That one “kid” holy moly. I bet Trump has ties older than that con.

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  23. Roger Duroid says:

    Well, PDJT just set them up, he said if you are going to impeach me, do it now and fast! Then in the senate trial we will have peolsi, biden, shciff, etc!!!! He’ll carry on a trial for MONTHS, examining every single one of them, including obama.

    They better be looking for an off-ramp real fast.

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  24. Brant says:

    Back to Karlen’s commentary. I think liberals cluster together because they value themselves so little they need constant affirmation. They need constant outside stimulus because they have never learned how to self regulate and be comfortable with their own selves.

    Some of us that all comes naturally. Others have to learn it and so often refuse to.

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    • 6x47 says:

      Liberals and leftists are co-dependent collectivists who swarm together like insects. Conservatives value individuality and independence.

      I agree with her assessment.

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      • cboldt says:

        Yep. Group ID vs. protection of individual liberty, freedom, accountability, and reward. It’s a classic face-off.
        Modern libeals, socilaists, are all about the “social” outcome at the expense of the individual. This is Eastern phiosophy writ small. The individual has no value, unless to society.

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      • MILupper says:

        Misery loves company.- a very old saying that holds true today.

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    • sDee says:

      Freemen are self reliant yet we work together to govern and to better ourselves.

      Natural slaves find the comfort and protection in their rulers’ in herds. Members of the herd always react with anger when confronted with the true nature their predicament.

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  25. MDNA I says:

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    • Embezzlement, racketeering, obstruction … yes, these are violations of US Law.

      But – “the swamp” was entirely used to it. They still consider it to be their birthright; what they are entitled to do at their pleasure. The POTUS is supposed to always have their backsides – “call him.”

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  26. Reserved55 says:

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    • Barack Hussein Alinsky has radicalized the democrat party beyond reason and agitated the base beyond their intelligence…..and now the party is being hoist by their own retards.

      Nice work Barry!

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      • rashomon says:

        Yep. Eight years devoted to changing the country as we knew it, destroying northern Africa and the ME, destroying more of the job market, dividing people into small tribes based on race, religion, class, education and need for welfare, plus weaponizing every government agency against the citizenry.

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    • Super Elite Lt. Col. Covfefe999 says:

      What is the guy complaining about?

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      • Again, it’s pure Soviet-style politics!
        If white, Democrat, Mid-Western, cross-over Republican voters see Buttigieg assailed by Blacks, they may sympathize with him, and allow Dems to possibly take away from Trump some, small, yet critical portion of the ‘anti-Black Lives Matter’ vote.

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  27. NJF says:

    Some great pics.

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  28. Just heard a blurb on FOX that Nancy Pelosi to make statement this morning & expected to call for impeachment vote before Christmas…..she needs to stop the bleeding after yesterday.

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    • FofBW says:

      Her life probably depends on it…….literally!

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    • cboldt says:

      The Do Nothing Democrats had a historically bad day yesterday in the House. They have no Impeachment case and are demeaning our Country. But nothing matters to them, they have gone crazy. Therefore I say, if you are going to impeach me, do it now, fast, so we can have a fair….
      …..trial in the Senate, and so that our Country can get back to business. We will have Schiff, the Bidens, Pelosi and many more testify, and will reveal, for the first time, how corrupt our system really is. I was elected to “Clean the Swamp,” and that’s what I am doing!

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      • This is the one thing they can’t afford, and he knows it: exposure.

        Trump will have Federal prosecutors with him taking notes. As the testimony they are forced to give reveals a high crime, a criminal lawsuit will swiftly follow. Auditors will pore over the US Aid distribution records, finding the embezzlement and the embezzlers. That “cargo plane of $100 bills” will be followed to see how many of those bills wound up back in DC.

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    • Guyski says:

      You’ve got to wonder why she really was in Spain? More than just climate.

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      • Debra says:

        It appears like she got some sort of cash infusion or future payments promised if she will just get rid of the ‘biggest problem’ the global cabal has, who is threatening their grifter way of life . . .

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  29. burnett044 says:

    So they say Liberals like to cluster together huh/..
    yep they be like…

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  30. Reserved55 says:

    “Mr. Schiff’s metadata disclosures hardly bear on his impeachment case. Mr. Giuliani had broadcast to the world that he wanted Ukraine to investigate Hunter and Joe Biden, but he is also Mr. Trump’s personal attorney. Does Mr. Schiff have a legal opinion saying he could ignore attorney-client privilege? Mr. Schiff published a select log of Mr. Giuliani’s calls, but he presumably has a record of everyone Mr. Giuliani spoke to for months. Imagine the political outrage if Republicans had snooped on Bill Clinton’s attorneys.”

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  31. Reserved55 says:

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  32. burnett044 says:

    Ms. Botox Poli=grip to speak at 9am//

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    • Yes, these are brutal, maniacal people who should be believed! They are insane, yet purposful.
      By citing the Declaration of Independence, and not The Constitution, she foretells what I feared most: A Second US War of Independence and A New World Order!
      Look out, America.
      THIS IS NOT A DRILL!!
      THIS IS NOT A DRILL!!

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  33. Troublemaker10 says:

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  34. Patience says:

    The Art Of Draining THE Swamp
    >What we are witnessing

    How President Trump saved the United States of America

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  35. Reserved55 says:

    Pass this along especially those with young ones.

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  36. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    Lindsey Graham has been asked to stand down as of now or he is totally compromised. It’s like the Dems can do anything in the house without fear of Graham calling any of their so called witnesses in the Senate. Then again this game is early in the 1st Qtr. We’ll see.

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  37. lawrencepaul1 says:

    Trump Warns “Schiff, Bidens, & Pelosi Will Testify” If Impeachment Goes To Senate
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/trump-warns-schiff-bidens-pelosi-will-testify-if-impeachment-goes-senate

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  38. Reserved55 says:

    “The email speaks for itself calling Turley a ‘sad excuse of a man.’

    The email opened, “I hope this message finds you all well, ladies and gentleman. Aside from Mr. Turley, of course.”

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  39. Blue Moon says:

    Oh, piglosi is speaking in a tone unknown to Dems. Soft and quiet instead of Loud, Angry white woman.

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  40. GW says:

    Watching Fox n Friends at this moment, talking about a senate trial and calling live witness’, like the Bidens, Schiff, among many others, and this just occurred to me : call Julian Assange !!! In fact, merely the announcement that he will, or might, be called to testify as to the source of the DNC emails, ought to be enough to cause Heart Attacks within the Coup Cabal !!!!!!

    I hope Sundance sees this and writes a post on it, in effort to get the idea into the bloodstream of the news media (like an Ebola virus) !!!!

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  41. Troublemaker10 says:

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  42. The democrats – without evidence – ascribe the nefarious motive of “personal gain” to President Trump’s efforts to uncover the abject corruption of the 0bama/Biden administration in an attempt to dissuade him from looking into it further, but if they do impeach, they will invite that very investigation to happen in full public view.

    Bring it on Bitch!

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  43. Patience says:

    Yet another …”bowl of doggie poo; like a sundae”.
    >Keep talking, Nancy Pelosi.

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  44. burnett044 says:

    Well Pigloski is calling for impeachment…it is on like Donkey-Kong now…
    she spoke like a mind controlled victim…creepy old hag.

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  45. youme says:

    US city to pay reparations to African-American community with tax on marijuana sales

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/12/03/us-city-pay-reparations-african-american-community-tax-marijuana/

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  46. sarasotosfan says:

    Wow. Pelosi completely perverted the philosophy behind the impeachment as originally constructed by James Madison. And no one will blink.

    This will become a banana republic if this continues.

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  47. Zy says:

    Madame Arnold has spoken,

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  48. emeraldcoaster says:

    Okay Nancy, game on!

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  49. youme says:

    When you’re in the business of slowly undermining Western Civilization and replacing it with an anti-white grievance infrastructure, at one point or another you’re going to need to launch an attack on the study of classical antiquity.
    https://newcriterion.com/issues/2019/3/decline-fall-classics-edition

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