December 10th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1055

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1,293 Responses to December 10th – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1055

  1. JustScott says:

    How much does a titanium telephone pole cost?


  2. nwtex says:


  3. nwtex says:

    Pat is funny 🙂

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  4. dogsmaw says:


    • Bevin never should have messed with Medicaid until Obamacare is repealed. The winner of the Kentucky race was John McCain.


    • PInky1920 says:

      Shame on you, Kentucky.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Nobodysfool says:

        Exactly. For every KY’ian that allowed a Democrat to take over your state, are you serious? We have to decide if we want to preserve our Republic or give it away little by little—town council seats, school boards, mayoral elections, county commissioners, sheriffs, state legislators, governors, secretaries of state which control elections, and on up.

        So, Matt Bevin stepped on some toes, so he ticked off the Medicaid crowd. So, his personality was sometimes too abrasive. Awww, America’s heart bleeds for your little hurt feelings. Well, enjoy the sanctuary cities that will grow on your new governor’s watch. Enjoy the influx of refugees into your small towns and schools.

        Elections have consequences.

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        • Nobodysfool- you are 1000% right about the importance of local elections! I am politically active here in the NY suburbs and can tell you that it’s exactly as you say.

          The Demonics take over EVERYTHING: library board, school board, town council, parks & rec commission, county legislature, you name it. There is no position too low that they don’t covet.

          Meanwhile, local Repubs are losing a once Red country- town by town.

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          • Make that “county.”

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            • Peoria Jones says:

              Sadly, you’re right on both counts. These people are like cockroaches, spreading and infesting everything behind the shadows.

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              • PJ- I ran for town board in a local election and saw first hand how the Demonics operate. One of my opponents was a Dem with Working Families line.

                He got funding and support from the Teachers Union and Stonewall Dems (perverts).
                The TU had a phone bank for him and all the support that a multi million dollar organization could give. Can’t wait to see his financials.
                So now, thanks to the stupid, incompetent Repubs, my town board is now 3 Dems and 2 R’s. Most important, Supervisor is a Demonic.
                PLUS- (wait for it) we have NO TERM LIMITS!
                So theoretically they can be in office for the next 20 years .


                • Peoria Jones says:

                  That’s sad, and it’s happening everywhere. Not sure what the answer it, but our brilliant strategist in the Oval Office probably has ideas. We need to get him elected again, and put R’s back in the House.

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                • PJ- I hope that our beloved POTUS. along with genius Brad Parscale, can come up with some good strategies for us to use on the local level.
                  Even in a blue state like NY there are a lot of small towns that are still majority Rep /Trump supporters.


            • Shelley Childs says:

              I think you were right the first time xx

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  5. dogsmaw says:


  6. dogsmaw says:

    White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway challenged the Democrats’ narrative that Mr. Biden should be off limits during his presidential campaign.
    “Is Joe Biden insulated, is his son insulated somehow because his father is running for president?” she asked reporters. “I would think that if you were running for president the scrutiny should be higher, the transparency demand should be greater — not lower. And if they have nothing to hide, they should be happy to come and testify.”

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Is Trump’s family off limits?

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      • No TrumpnUS are different.


      • PS says:

        Pres Trump’s adult children, who engage in politics, diplomacy and business, are regularly criticized in the media. It was their choice to be negotiators, trade representatives, etc. Donald Trump Jr and Hunter Biden fall in this bucket.

        Pres Trump’s child and grandchildren, who are in primary school, and not otherwise political, have no reason to be in the press (off-limits, as it were).

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      • CTH Fan says:

        The Trump family has been relentlessly under investigation/scrutiny for years. Ask Mueller. Millions spent on legal fees for the defense against the small group and Dems whims. Then, of course, we have millions of dollars White House staff has had to spend for legal fees.


    • John Hindraker: “A time-honored method of taking bribes is having them paid to a family member, usually in exchange for nominal or nonexistent services. It is comical to watch “reporters” pretend not to understand this.”

      Its not even “digging for dirt”. It’s on the surface–prima facia. There is NO non-corrupt way for the Bidens to collect millions while handing out billions in money and policy in Ukraine, China and elsewhere. NONE.

      Do us a favor and look into it.

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      • Beau Geste says:

        you mean chelsea clinton didn’t get a gigasalary of $600,000 per year at NBC News as a “special correspondent” right out of college, and a “Board” position at IAC for $300,000 all by herself?


  7. dogsmaw says:

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  8. DebbieSemms says:

    REUTERS 2:25 AM ET 12/10/2019
    By Philip Blenkinsop

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – U.S. disruption of the global economic order reaches a major milestone on Tuesday as the World Trade Organization (WTO) loses its ability to intervene in trade wars, threatening the future of the Geneva-based body.

    Two years after starting to block appointments, the United States will finally paralyze the WTO’s Appellate Body, which acts as the supreme court for international trade, as two of three members exit and leave it unable to issue rulings.

    Major trade disputes, including the U.S. conflict with China and metal tariffs imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump, will not be resolved by the global trade arbiter.

    Stephen Vaughn, who served as general counsel to the U.S. Trade Representative during Trump’s first two years, said many disputes would be settled in future by negotiations

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  9. k4jjj says:

    I see no reason to ever believe the FBI or Department of Justice. They are proven liars and criminal conspirators who are never held accountable. When caught breaking the law, they just assert the “Idiot’s Defense.”

    “We did not know what we were doing. We just showed up and worked there. How were we supposed to know how to handle a FISA warrant? Nobody gave us any training.”

    The judges supposed to oversee this fiasco are likewise complicit in the crimes and assert their own ignorance of their legal duties. “We just signed what the retards put in front of us. It was just an inept agency filled with of imbeciles, morons and idiots pushing piles of paper at us that never made any sense. We couldn’t make heads or tails of the legal forms. It was all confusing mumbo jumbo.”

    It is an organized crime syndicate. Even Hitler’s Gestapo did not have this level of power to abuse the people’s rights.

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  10. dogsmaw says:

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  11. RJ says:

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    • L_Dave says:

      Just because they could open an investigation didn’t give them carte blanche to lie to keep it open. How many times have we read about the FBI opening the investigation, sending a couple of agents to interview the person of interest, and shutting it down? (see Boston bombers). This approach would have been appropriate for Carter Page.


  12. Maria says:

    I completely agree with what you say. The conflicts that these liars create are an insult to the American people–who have values, morals and decency. America is being great again and it will be.

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  13. The Akh says:

    So Carter Page is a spook? They altered an email he sent when working at the CIA to get a warrant to spy on him.


  14. TigerBear says:

    Horowitz, the “Watch Dog” turns out to be the dog that shows the criminals where the silver is and remains quiet! 😮


    • strateshooter says:

      Horowitz deserves a promotion.
      He is classic bureaucrat/manager who serves the organization, protects it and boys within and covers its ass.
      From FBI perspective he is a f*cking jewel and due a good year end bonus,

      From a We The People perspective he is a coward, a traitor and a complete useless scumbag taking our taxpayer money as salary to screw us over.

      he is also just a superb liar. After thoroughly listing all the wrong doings/mistakes that were uniformly anti-Trump in nature he again says no bias seen.
      Horowitz is SWAMP .pure and simple. A complete asshole.

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  15. lawrencepaul1 says:

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  16. Will says:

    Well that’s it, I am done. Nothing is ever going to change in the DC swamp, none of the coup cabal criminals are ever going to be held accountable for their crimes, none of them will ever be charged or jailed. It’s all a sham.

    I wish President Trump the best in his bid to be elected again next year and I’ll certainly vote for him, but we all have to recognize there is no voting our way out of this. The swamp can do whatever it wants and that most likely includes stealing the November 2020 election as well. No one ever held them accountable, nothing meaningful was ever declassified, no blatantly obvious crimes punished. Nothing to stop them from just continuing what they’ve been doing these last 5 years.

    I’m going to look for a cabin in the woods somewhere and turn off TV and the internet. It’s just no use. No voting our way out of this mess.

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    • StanH says:

      You left off your sarc tag. This is a fine example of that pioneer spirit that made this country…not. Good Lord.

      You couldn’t have said it better if you were a member of the swamp…hey wait a minute?!

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      • LouisianaTeaRose says:

        Yep, Stan, or maybe…..Soylent Green!

        Just making his contribution! Like the rest of those calling Defeat and stepping off the ledge before Trump can get the inflatable outta the box and aired up.

        So silly and pathetic to have such an intrinsic need to be right while shaming those who are willing to give the President a chance to do everything he said he would. So invested in Doomsayer traditions that they shame Hope and call it porn. Just gotta be right, ahead, even if it turns out they could be wrong, BIGLY. I-told-ya-so-ers who were so invested in their own DIVINE PROJECTION they couldn’t risk the chance to stand next to the rest of us who dared to give our President some FAITH, that he has rightfully EARNED…..

        ….just gotta be right….locked in the self-fulfilling-failure-jail-I’m-right-you’re-wrong-Naysayers-Club-Goldcard-Members-Expatriate-Suicide-Chapter.

        Wow. Membership is free, too.

        Let’s ALL join, shall we?

        But just remember, Trump would never be there, sadly, because he’s too busy WINNING.

        He is quite happy for you to merge with the LOSERS.

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    • sDee says:

      The “ones” who never held them accountable are us. A life without freedom gets no better in a cabin in the woods.

      Liked by 1 person

    • :-) says:

      Running away to a very remote cabin in the woods in Ruby Ridge, Idaho didn’t turn out too well for Randy and Vicki Weaver in 1992.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Greg1 says:

        Funny, the fbi did a sting on him and found him on ruby ridge.

        Met him at a gun show once. Could not help but feel sorry for him as I walked around with my son and his was dead at the hands of the fbi or law enforcement working with the fbi.


    • Blue Wildflower says:

      Look to President Trump and follow his lead! The IG report confirms the facts Sundance has been telling us all along. Now when a liberal gets that smirk on their face about no corruption in the government then slap them across the face with IG Report. It has to start somewhere, the truth has started, spread it far and wide.

      Push the bank accounts of congressmen. Make it simple. America has always known the democrats are under other rules than us. Make sure everyone knows it is not just democrats. Whenever anyone is against President Trump and the truth, ask the question, how fast have they gotten rich. Ask questions on social media, make a simple statement, don’t lecture, spread the truth.

      Be ready to explain! I want the world to understand the FISA COURT. We now have facts to back up what we say. It is no longer a conspiracy theory. If we want to keep our America we must be willing to work for it. There are millions ready to join the fight to hold freedom, they just need the true facts.

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    • Will I’ve not heard Da Fat Lady singing yet, have you?
      Grab yourself up by your boot-straps Man! Keep Fighting!

      Liked by 1 person

    • TexanInFL says:

      Jeez Will, who cut off your nads?

      Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Hang in there. We are in a much better position than we were three years ago. On reason is we know about this now and are going to find out a lot more. Another reason is Trump is, and even more now, battle-hardened. Trump out-right said this was an attempt to overthrow the government. I don’t think he’s backing down regardless of what games the UniParty tries to play

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  17. :-) says:

    Here’s a feel good story to put smiles on the faces of patriots everywhere.

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  18. bulwarker says:

    Cold anger eventually turns to exhaustion. 3 years, no justice, just more waiting, and with an election on the horizon we know the DOJ traditionally takes its foot off the prosecution peddle.

    If we don’t see indictments by March we won’t ever see them.

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  19. freespeechfanatic says:

    One adage that I dislike (has different versions but goes something like this): “when fighting the monster be careful not become the monster.”

    It betrays a lack of moral confidence. The Right invokes it constantly.

    The Left’s raison detre is political aggression, malice and annihilation. But we can’t fight on equal or greater terms out of fear of becoming like them? Suicidal nonsense. We fight to the degree necessary to defeat evil.

    We are not them and will not become them. But we will lose to them if we don’t fight dirty and hard.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      What a bunch of wimps….

      “Never understood “Cold Anger”…”it always baffled me”
      You still live in your basement?…….You ever get in a fight?

      The President always takes his foot “off” the prosecution pedal”????

      “I’m gonna live in a cabin”………Bundy Ranch ring a bell?

      Give me a break…

      When has he taken his foot off the gas?…..
      Nobody’s been put under prosecution “except” our President for 3 friggin years……..

      Special Council investigation for 18 months where they attempted to “entrap” him into an “obstruction” charge…….

      Now a circus impeachment trial…….Dems and Republicans all dirty…..IG report you could wipe your butt with….But still…

      Economy is booming… are back…..military being fixed….Massive trade agreements and the wall is being built

      Go back under your bridges are cry a river….

      “Fatigue makes cowards of us all”
      Vince Lombardi

      Stand up and grow a pair…..


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      • freespeechfanatic says:

        “Never understood “Cold Anger”…”it always baffled me”
        You still live in your basement?…….You ever get in a fight?

        Evidently I wasn’t clear. Anger doesn’t baffle me. “Cold anger” does. The expression makes no sense to me. We, our nation and all our values are being targeted for systematic destruction and we’re supposed to respond with “cold anger” with its implication of infinite, abiding patience? Sorry, that’s a non-starter.


        • Robert Smith says:

          I guess as opposed to “hot anger” where people starting breaking things and violence ensues. That may be our future but you can’t incite people to hot anger.

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        • 4gypsybreeze says:

          Free Speech..Cold anger. Jeez….we are in a fight for our country. Did you some how miss that? And cold anger is the best way to fight a fight. Perhaps you should go visit a martial arts studio and have a conversation with the instructor about anger and fighting.

          Why do you think that boxers and others say stupid stuff before a fight? To rile up the opponent so that they lose focus, turn to hot red anger. Because once cold anger, which is a more precise and logical type of anger turns to hot red anger….the opponent will only concentrate and be consumed with that red hot anger.

          You have to remain focused to really put up a good fight. Hot anger takes control of the brain and takes over. The saying cool heads prevail is just another way of saying –Cold Anger. This is a fight, no doubt about it. And we are playing the long game, and we will win.

          Thankfully, even though I am just a female….I know how to fight. And thankfully, our POTUS knows how to fight too. He is a seasoned warrior from dealing with New York.


      • Peoria Jones says:

        I’m not getting it either, Gunny. When you have the good sense to put things in perspective and play the long game, you can avoid exhaustion.

        If these folks can’t take the ups-n-downs of daily battle, perhaps a little vacay time is in order. When they come back all refreshed, they should be able to see that the big picture is looking a whole lot more rosey than it has in decades.

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      • 4gypsybreeze says:

        Gunny, agree with you. My thought….no…they have never been in a fight. Because once you have fought – you understand anger. Cool heads prevail is the same as cold anger.

        I don’t have a pair….still standing though. (chuckle) And standing proudly. Better than on my knees whimpering like a coward. I share your views and look at how much has been accomplished by POTUS in such a short time. By golly, he hasn’t backed down—and neither am I going to.

        Fatigue–what fatigue? Maybe for the cowards and wimps…but not me. I am focusing on the good…how much has been done. And it is amazing!

        Ah yes, cold anger fuels the blood now a days. And I love it.


    • StanH says:

      Sadly you are correct. These 60s radicals and their spawn get the biggest chuckle when our side becomes sanctimonious, speaks of comity, fight using Marquess of Queensberry rules. Their book of rules are, Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, the ends justify the means, if it feels good do it. Whatever they have say or do is fair-game see the Fauxpeachment for the most recent object study as a measure of their resolve.

      We are in a struggle against an entrenched well funded adversary for the our great country. We need to act accordingly and play ti win.


      • Dekester says:

        Yep, As a youngster I had to fight a lot. ( I didn’t want to.)

        Head butts to the orbital bone or bridge of the nose were my forte. These venomous scum are just like the four legged rats. Treat them as such.

        Never back down, maybe withdraw if prudent. But be ready to strike.

        Thank you


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  23. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump retweet

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  26. cboldt says:

    Hahahah. Mr. wray, you have been measured, and found wanting.
    Everyone should make an effort to notice how many reports dishonestly omit the words “evidentiaray or testimonial” when summarizing the finding of Horowitz relating to evidence that political bias had play in the FBI’s actions.
    It is not credible to assert that what the FBI did was on the level, just a few mistakes. Everything, Russian Collusion, Mueller, and now the impeachment scam, eveything is based on blatant and obvious lies.
    And Wray is just another liar in a long string of them.


  27. sunnyflower5 says:


    • Does the IG report not established facts/findings, that can be used to build criminal cases?


      • Garavaglia says:

        I would think this is something the prosecutor, Durham, would use as part of potential prosecutions. But, he can, if “led”, exert additional powers. Contradicting this report, I would think, could be problematic I think. We shall see. My fear is nothing of substance (indictments) but I cannot predict the future yet.


  28. sunnyflower5 says:

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  29. jim says:

    Transcript of Rush’s shoutout to Sundance and CTH.


  30. Ivehadit says:

    How can we trust an agency to defend and protect us when its own internal watchdog can’t even understand or identify political bias and/or criminal conduct right in front of its eyes? /massive cynicism

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  31. StanH says:

    The IG report was everything that a conscious being expected. We know what his “intent” was. He can’t arrest, he can not empanel a grand jury, his job is to obfuscate, or in a common vernacular “baffle them with BS!” …and he didn’t disappoint. But inside of his snow-job, he revealed unbridled corruption from top to bottom, even with his narrow scope. Like the great Sydney Powell told us, too paraphrase: “don’t look at the conclusions, look at the facts.”

    Now, thinking America can see it. Barr/Durham know that we can see it. Day light is beginning to illuminate even the darkest most brackish areas of the swamp. The rats are scurrying. This is never a place that a criminal enterprise ever wants to be, There will be arrest and it will be substantial.

    This will not end the swamp, it’s not even the beginning of the end, but perhaps it is the end of the beginning (shout out to Churchill). President Trump with his Deplorable Army are on the march, we stick together we crush them, and they know it.

    KAG! …by being cool, hang tough and be prepared.

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  32. sunnyflower5 says:

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    • Note how the rabid left spews constant streams of unbridled hate toward President Trump, but they never seem to articulate a concise reason for their anger……and of course the reason for that is, by doing so, they would have to acknowledge that the president has exposed them as the lying phonies and & un-American ideologues they really are


  33. Bigly says:

    Once again, Britain will change the subject and turn it around for Trump

    This is brilliant – just awesome, I wish I could vote. We all do. 2 more days!!!

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      I love this. Wish Carpe Donkum or someone would do one with President Trump as the sentiment is the SAME. We need EVERY citizen who supports VSGPOTUS to understand how important it is to not only vote for President, but for the supporting cast of Congressman and Senators in every state.


  34. Katie says:

    I have been wondering something, but I’ve been too nervous to ask, worried it would be a stupid question, but I still don’t understand it.

    If the DC elite was SO certain that Hilary Clinton was going to win in 2016, why would Obama and all of his agencies go through all of the trouble to spy on Donald Trump? Wouldn’t there be no need to if he was going to lose so badly?


    • Shelley Childs says:

      My guess is that for them it’s not enough to stop an opponent, they’d have to destroy them as an object lesson for anyone else who would consider doing the same.


    • lfhbrave says:

      As an “insurance policy” – Peter S.


    • Debra says:

      Bingo! They (Obama Admin) we’re going to run this same narrative on her thighness once she ran, such that she never would have been inaugurated.

      Meaning: the plot was to keep Obama in the WH for a third term based on ‘election interference’ regardless of who actually won.

      They did not count on our VSGDJT knowing that that was their plan. All of this, is, of course, just my humble opinion . . .


    • QCM says:

      They spied on ALL political opponents, probably some “friends” too, because they could!


  35. Yes, Horowitz got some of the mechanics right, He should have, since he’s been polishing this report for, oh, twenty years now. But by trying to pin it on the night janitor, protecting the brass and giving them a Jim Comey “no Intent”-pardon, Horowitz is obstructing justice.

    History called. He hung up on them.


  36. IGiveUp says:

    Helpful summary of IG report by Kim Strassel


    • The basis for spying on DJT out of concern for “national security” was concocted during the previous administration while the former president was repeatedly getting virtually sodomized on the world stage by Putin, parading members of the Muslim Brotherhood / CAIR / violence inciting racist Al Sharpton through the White House, refusing to enforce immigration laws, facilitating the creation of a Mideast caliphate for Islamic supremacists, supporting socialist & communist regimes in our own hemisphere, surreptitiously funding the Iranian terror state and lying about it when caught…..and that’s not even the tip of the radical iceberg.. . . . . . so anyone who really believed it was DJT who posed a threat to this country is simply 1) A liar and / or 2) too damn stupid to be trusted with a badge & gun or as an officer of the court.

      Cut me a friggin’ break.

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      • IGiveUp says:

        “so anyone who really believed it was DJT who posed a threat to this country is simply 1) A liar and / or 2) too damn stupid to be trusted with a badge & gun or as an officer of the court. ”

        It all depends upon how you define “posed a threat to this country.” If that means cutting off the congressional gravytrain of enormous bribes and kickbacks that makes our politicians into untouchable mega-millionaires, then yeah Trump posed a threat to the country. And using agreeable folks in the intel agencies who enjoyed watching all the graft and bribery so that they could blackmail said pols and gain de-facto control over the country was a FEATURE,not a bug of the system. The intel people weren’t stupid. They used the badge and gun to gain power.

        So, in a good way, Trump in fact posed and poses a great threat to the enormously corrupt gov’t of the USA.


  37. TrumpPatriot says:

    This is an intense….excellent….interrogation by Rep. Collins. With a Schiff in a position of power in the house, maybe it IS better to have a counterpart to him versus Collins going to Senate right now. Is Schiff’s district securely in his pocket? Or could he be defeated with an honest person?

    This business of the lawyers being both witnesses and prosecutors is unreal!

    If this link does not work (my first attempt) the tape on Breitbart,


  38. thedoc00 says:

    If there is a Republican House staffer here on CTH, please sent a note to the Republican Tigers, in the House, that they need to mention in single sentence that Sondland was extorted to testify and exrtorted during testimony by a democrat member of congress from Oregon (Earl Blumenauer) via twitter. His family’s business were threatened and he got a “welcome” to the resistance message from that same democrat when he agreed to testify.


  39. Reserved55 says:

    Good read on Cokehead Burisma

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  40. wildsailor2018 says:

    So here is a thought to ponder this morning. We all KNOW the Steele dossier was fabricated intending to start the fishing expedition to find anything illegal with any supporter of Trump running for POTUS. We know have a piece of paper that says it was BOGUS (the Horowitz report).

    Would not EVERY investigation carried out based on this ‘evidence’ as a kick-off be null and void? Would not all of the Trump supporters being prosecuted or already convicted now have a case of reversal?


  41. Reserved55 says:

    The Dims employ top girly boys

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  42. cliffaheadwolvesbehind says:

    I have realized that I’ve lived in a bubble for many years.
    I fundamentally believed in my government and while I knew there were problems, I still believed in the goodness of what America was.
    During the Obama years, it became clear to most of us that something was very off and rules were broken frequently.
    But still, I never imagined the depth and vastness of our corrupt government.
    We believe ourselves to be free but we are just gerbels running on our wheels, paying taxes to our government, that get shipped to other countries where our elected officials get kickbacks.
    Then they took away our jobs and manufacturing.
    I will always thank President Trump for helping to bring back some jobs so some Americans have a chance to work.
    However, draining this cesspool is more than what one man can do.
    We now know every institution is corrupt,including our courts.
    They are not afraid of us at all.

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  43. butch cassidy says:

    It looks like Trump has Wray in his sites. Tweeted about him and it wasn’t a compliment


    • butch cassidy says:

      Sorry, I see I’m late to the game. I thought I had read all the previous posts. Either way it’s good to see this. I also like how Nunes and Ratcliffe are reacting to the I G report. I’ve read the main parts of it, however these guys are the ones who can move the ball forward. So if they’re happy so am I.

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  44. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Re: The NAS Pensacola Shooting.

    It would be a shame if this interview on WBT radio went viral and someone tweeted it to President Trump and he was to hear it.


  45. Kalena says:

    Is Brian Kilmeade deliberately stupid or what. On Fox and Friends his take on all this nonsense in DC is either completely out of touch or he is deliberately relaying the spin and misinformation of the idiots perpetuating this sedition. So disgusting.


  46. thedoc00 says:

    Hopefully the RNC or President’s Election Committee replays Goldman’s explosive statement from yesterday, “he (Biden) was following official US policy”.
    Play Joe B.’s video bragging about extorting Ukraine.
    Play Goldman’s answer before the committee.
    Show pictures of Hunter Biden, Kerry’s Kid and Pelosi’s Kid and any other democrat progeny involved.

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  47. Reserved55 says:

    Good thread on Horowitz


  48. RAC says:

    “….* current * Director of the FBI…..”
    Maybe just me but that reads like Wray is just passing through.

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