January 18th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1094

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633 Responses to January 18th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1094

  1. islandpalmtrees says:


    Do nothing and you could be next!

    HUGE! Attorney Sidney Powell: We Now Have a Witness to the Original 302 Who Says Flynn Was Honest with the Agents (AUDIO)
    January 17, 2020,by Jim Hoft

    In November the DOJ Friday argued in a surreply that Sidney Powell’s motion should be denied because there were “no material changes made after 2/10/2017 to the draft of the January 24 interview report.”

    So where are the original FBI notes taken on January 24, 2017? The government now says if they exist, they wouldn’t be any different than the reports drafted 2 weeks after the ambush interview!

    Sidney Powell disagrees and today she announced on WMAL that she has a witness who can back her up.
    Via Conservative Treehouse—

    Sidney Powell: “And I’ve now found a witness who says the original 302 did in fact say that Flynn was honest with the agents.”

    And yet the government is withholding this evidence!


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  2. Dutchman says:

    WOW! I just read, probably the BEST article I have ever read on Donald Trump, perhaps short of Sundances articles here.
    MUST READ; “What do Democrats fear in Donald Trump? GREATNESS.”
    by J.B. Shurk
    Top article in todays AmericanThinker.

    Really hits it out of the park!

    Liked by 18 people

    • NJMAGA says:

      That article is EXCELLENT. Thanks for posting because I would have missed it.

      Liked by 2 people

    • vikingmom says:

      FTA – “No wonder both sides joined hands with the Deep State and attempted to do by coup what Hillary could not. Winning the American presidency is one thing, but shining a bright light on what the American government has become is something else entirely.”

      Liked by 4 people

    • Betty says:

      I read it too and captured sentences paragraphs and the source to post where they will fit.
      I especially like these:

      “He is not merely a part of history; he is an agent warping it with his own gravity.”

      “If everything about this moment feels different, that’s because it is.”

      “We are all witnesses to history’s play, but few generations see a world-historical figure ascend to its stage.”

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    • Bubby says:


      FTA “Consider how many powerful ideas Donald Trump has cast into the national consciousness. He has exposed both major parties as socialist globalist cults more concerned with government health care and foreign nation-building than a policy for American freedom. He has exposed how free trade can never be free when based on slave labor. He has exposed how the silent destruction of towns across the Midwest came not from China’s comparative advantage, but from American companies’ use of slavery by proxy. He has redirected investment away from Wall Street and toward Main Street for the first time in over thirty years and has unleashed three decades’ worth of pent up entrepreneurial energy in the very towns long deemed dead. He has questioned how the federal government can have any legitimacy if it fails at enforcing its very own immigration laws.
      Not one Nobel laureate imagined this American renaissance of GDP and stock market surge, record-low unemployment, wage growth, and low inflation in one bubbling cauldron. It took a change agent. Not one foreign policy mandarin suggested unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit of the American oil man in order to destroy our enemies’ power over us permanently. It took a change agent. Not one State Department official questioned why the United States was still subsidizing Europe’s generous socialist welfare system seventy years after WWII. It took a change agent. Nobody wondered why we were enriching China at our own expense and preparing for a world where a communist dictator would lead. It took Donald Trump.”

      Thanks Dutchman!

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yeah, isn’t that an awsome article?

        Liked by 4 people

        • Bubby says:

          Yes AWESOME! I especially liked “Not one State Department official questioned why the United States was still subsidizing Europe’s generous socialist welfare system seventy years after WWII. It took a change agent.” President Trump is that “change agent” Praise God!

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        • ladyliberty11 says:

          Yes! Will never forget my disgust and shock listening to the welcome speech by the Dean of one of my son’s college. In a nutshell, he told those bright, beautiful and eager students that the future belonged to China, not America.

          I wanted to stand up and scream, no, never, not on my watch. Everyone around me listened, accepting his words as gospel. I felt helpless.

          Donald J. Trump is my voice, our voice, my hope, our hope – the hope of the world and our children and generations to come. He alone had the genius, experience and courage to save this country and the world. God bless this great man! A true champion and blessing upon us all.

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      • I just love the phrase, “…slavery by proxy.” That is what woke corporate America did and are still doing. They took/take middle class jobs out of America and used/use foreign slaves in other countries to get their profits.

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      • lolli says:

        👍awesome writing along with informed message👍
        Thank you Dutchman and Bubby🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • getfitnow says:

        Wonderful article – don’t skip it!

        FTA -“ He is our American president, but he belongs to the world now, too.”

        This is something 0bama longed to be but he utterly failed at. Why? Because his aim was to do it through the destruction of America. PDT is doing it by building up and restoring America, knowing that America’s success will trickle down to every other country on the planet.

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      • Debbie Goines says:

        An awesome and well written article about our LION and Commander in Chief!!! I. LOVE. THIS.PRESIDENT!!!!! 😘

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    • MVW says:

      How can PDJT get the impossible changes made such as massive tax cuts, regs, trade agreements requiring ratification, etc, the list is enormous?

      Negotiations. Trump is the King negotiator.

      What has he that would bend the Corrupt Deep State Communists, Globalist, etc to his America First agenda?

      To answer that, notice that when Kennedy Assassination documents were up for declassification. Trump after push back from Intel finally kept back much of it. Again, 911 papers that would expose the Saudis was kept classified. Then the Jackpot, Epstein. Those are 3 examples.

      Trump is in the key position to use 100 years of dirt to get key deals. No wonder the Dem’s hate his guts with a purple passion.

      This coup is perfect ground to get some future deals if he can avoid Brutus. Barr will drag this investigating out for stunning advances for America First (can anyone say prayer in school?).

      We will, however, pay the price of Swamp Creatures escaping Jail.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Yes, thats certainly one possibility, one view.

        How do we get to “making sure this never happens again?

        Well, ONE way, (and IMHO NOT necesarily the ONLY way, is massive hangings on the mall i.e. ‘perp walks’ and prosecutions.

        ANOTHER possible way; so thoroughly discredit the people, institutions and the ideology BEHIND the coup, that nobody tries this again, because it is obvious it is SO “not worth it”.

        And, #3 as you describe, get RID of FISC/FISA, and seriously trim the wings of the IC.

        #4; Change the whole flow of $, in and out of DC. CHANGE the global economic system, bankrupt China and EU to force/encorage regime change, defanged by discrediting the global elitists, etc.

        If he accomplishes 2,3 and 4, I can accept not getting #1, as there are a mountain of problems to overcome in getting it, anyway.

        PDJT is a master of finding solutions others wouldn’t THINK of.
        Lets let the man work.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        What they really hate is the voting citizen, the ultimate power to re-elect POTUS Trump. HRC’s deplorable comment was exactly how many of the swamp and deep state really feel today. They fear greatness because UNLIKE three years ago, President Trump’s legacy is breathtaking regarding the economy, SCOTUS and federal judges, border security, strong Armed Forces, etc. Very importantly, his 95% approval with Republicans serves as a bodyguard against this impeachment coup. Three years ago….not so much. When AG Barr made Mueller fish or cut bait and ended the witch-hunt, Trump’s safety and legacy assured. This impeachment b.s., dies soon and will cost Nancy the House in November while the GOP retains the Senate. Then President can get down to really pulling the drain plug on the swamp!

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      • mopar2016 says:

        Maybe PDJT found Buraq’s real birth certificate from Kenya.


    • riverelf says:

      Short and brilliant! Share, share, and share some more! Thanks Dutchman!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • MaineCoon says:

      Great article, Dutch. Thanks for posting.


  3. sunnydaze says:

    Article explains how the Get the Gat challenge was started. vid at link.

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  4. WeThePeople2016 says:

    The Queen stripped them of their titles. Ha ha.

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  5. Reserved55 says:


    Passes 4-3

    “It was a disgrace, disheartening and an embarrassment,” Vice Mayor Lisa Lucas-Burke wrote to the council Thursday, according to the newspaper. “Most of us were blindsided by the display.” Lucas-Burke was among three council members who voted against the “Constitutional City” designation. The others were Councilman Shannon Glover and Mayor John Rowe. Glover had complained of being blindsided by Clark’s gesture, the report said.”

    “Another critic was Fred Guttenberg, father of one of the victims of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting in February 2018, who accused Clark of “open intimidation” and called on him to resign.”


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    • Robert Smith says:

      “Another critic was Fred Guttenberg, father of one of the victims of the Parkland, Fla., high school shooting in February 2018, who accused Clark of “open intimidation” and called on him to resign.”

      Hopefully for Guttenberg the intimidation factor didn’t affect him too much down in Florida.

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  6. It was Rosenstein who released those initial Strozk-Page texts.

    Stated reason – transparency

    Real reason – preemptive damage control.



    • Robert Smith says:

      So Rosenstein approved the redactions also?

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    • Reserved55 says:

      They are ‘cherry picked’, by someone other than *Committee*

      In the court filing Friday, which presents the DOJ’s defense against Strzok’s lawsuit, Rosenstein said he decided to release the messages because they would inevitably become public after his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee during the Mueller investigation. He said he also wanted to ensure they weren’t “cherry-picked” by members of the committee.

      Not buying anything Rosie’s selling.

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  7. BigTalkers says:

    Interesting to note that if the Israelis knew about these Iranian “missile tunnels,” SO DID WE… Back when Obama was negotiating his Iranian “peace deal!”

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  8. Zippy says:

    Contains the 60 Minutes clip George Soros doesn’t want you to see:

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  9. It’s PDJT’s fault.
    He grounded nancy’s booze express last year.Nobody ever did that to her before.
    She thought she was a queen, she thought she had the power…
    He made her so mad she lost her mind.
    She tried to get back at him, in her insane state.
    She got him impeached.
    Now she will learn what payback means.
    It will be a first for her.
    It will be fun to watch.

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  10. Reserved55 says:


  11. MDNA I says:

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      In 35 years, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote fishing village to the tech manufacturing capital of the world.


    • Robert Smith says:

      “…In his final years in power, President Barack Obama had tried to rebalance the relationship between China and the US through the Trans-­Pacific Partnership trade agreement. The 12-country pact was meant to act as a counterweight to China’s rising economic and military power. At the same time, the US government began to loudly confront the rampant intellectual property theft that had accelerated China’s growth.

      As Donald Trump arrived in the White House, the country’s national security agencies were already pivoting away from the global war on terror and toward a new era in which geopolitics was increasingly a contest between the US and two other superpowers, one fading and one rising. Russia, with its attack on the 2016 presidential election and its ongoing aggression in Ukraine, was certainly a handful, but it paled in comparison to the long-term threat posed by the rise of China, top officials believed. “Russia is a hurricane,” as Rob Joyce, the White House cybersecurity coordinator at the time, is fond of saying. “China is climate change.”

      Trump inherited a foreign policy that was already mid-shift. But he quickly added to the air of indeterminacy with his signature mix of bluster, contradiction, and shoot-from-the-hip pronouncements—beginning with his immediate decision to back out of the TPP and its attempt to use a multi­lateral agreement to box in Chinese ambitions.

      In early 2017, as the administration fumbled its way toward a China strategy, Brigadier General Rob Spalding joined the National Security Council as its senior director of strategic planning…”


  12. Reserved55 says:

    Wilhelm Sandinista blames………yep

    “If you’re going to have a sanctuary city policy and you know it’s going to result in people going back out to the street and committing more crimes, at least own it, at least stand up and say ‘yeah that’s our policy,’” he said. “Own it, don’t sit there and try to push the blame onto someone else — it’s disgusting.”


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  13. Reserved55 says:

    Michael The Arch Enemy

    Who’s the other guy?

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  14. Reserved55 says:


  15. Zippy says:

    TOP 5: Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Lies! | Louder with Crowder


  16. Genie says:

    Looking at the 302s released by the DOJ late yesterday, I noticed that the one with Bob Foresman was 18 pages in length and about 99% redacted. ‘Sup wit dat?

    Plenty of redactions in the others, too: Paul Manafort, Carter Page, George Papadopolous, Stephen Miller, Petr Aven, Michael Cohen, Denis Klimentov, Andrej Krickovic, K.T. McFarland, William Samuel Patten, Anatoli Samochornov, and Shlomo Weber.

    Redactions are pretty heavy on most of them, but Forseman’s 302 appears to be the most redacted. He donated to Clinton and then tried to ingratiate himself with the Trump transition team following the election.

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  17. 6x47 says:

    I sincerely hope the GOP retakes the House in 2020, and then as one of its first acts nullifies the articles of impeachment against President Trump, striking them from the Congressional record. As if they never happened at all.

    It would be a bonus if they have enough votes to expel Pelosi, Schiff, and Nadler. But since that seems unlikely an official censure for perjury, abuse of power, and violating their oaths of office will suffice.

    Just so Nancy knows forever that she failed.


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    • bessie2003 says:

      And when the Senate does not convict he will be Exonerated Forever!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Magabear says:

      And Piglosi will be forever censured. Hehe. 😎

      Liked by 4 people

    • bosscook says:

      Hey Nancy! Trump doesn’t care that you want him to know anything. He’s too busy cleaning up the mess you, Obama, Biden, and most of the FBI/DOJ made for many many years. Pretty soon he’ll be letting YOU know all the charges against you, your son, and whomever else in your evil group benefited from bribes from China, Ukraine, Iran, and elsewhere.

      Liked by 5 people

  18. Perot Conservative says:

    Was listening to a Rubin Report podcast last night. Apparently when they invited approx 1 Million refugees into Sweden, one liberal idea for them (for work) was to have a camel farm … really. Bc Sweden needs so many camels.

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  19. Boots says:

    That VCDL is well organized, committed to their cause, and determined to prosecute it! If only all 50 states had as strong a pro-rights gun group!

    Unfortunately, the Virginia Supreme Court just said they did not have enough information on the stay denied by the lower court to issue their own stay, so the Governor’s illegal gun-ban on Capitol grounds is going to stand for this event. Here is what we need to do on Monday to make the rally a success:

    VCDL needs at least 10,000 members/gun owners to commit to “taking one for the team'” by entering the Capitol grounds unarmed around 10 am and being in place for the rally by 10:45 am. Those who were lobbying will already be unarmed, so we urge them to be part of the 10,000 inside the fencing.

    For every one gun owner on the Capitol grounds, we need another two to five people outside the Capitol grounds’s fence on 9th Street. Those doing so can be legally armed.

    If you can commit to being one of our needed 10,000 unarmed members inside the fence, please help us by asking several of your family and friends to be your designated armed escort to the gates and to stand outside the fenced area to watch over us.


  20. decisiontime16 says:

    We all know this but it’s refreshing to hear it said bluntly to the media and whoever is watching.

    Rand Paul: “The Biden’s Are As Corrupt As the Day is Long”

    During an interview on Thursday with Fox News, Republican Senator Rand Paul defended President Trump against the impeachment allegations while hammering the Biden family.

    Paul argued that former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden are “as corrupt as the day is long.”


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  21. Zippy says:

    Better no witnesses than any since the BS case was stupidly accepted by the RINO Senate.

    Rand Paul on Impeachment: Foreign Aid is the Problem, Not Delaying It

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  22. Perot Conservative says:

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  23. Beau Geste says:

    PDJT should instruct all agencies (DOJ, FBI, CIA, State, DOD/NSA etc) to immediately submit UNREDACTED copies to counsel for the Office of the President of all records relating to uranium one including the whistleblower disks, the FISC court 85% illegal spying (including all the spy results and who spied and/or received them), the weiner laptop, the ukraine funding of congressional families, surveillance of any congressmember or staff at any time since 2011, surveillance of any federal or state judge or staff since 2011, the clinton foundation foreign donations and domestic donations in possible exchange for access/favors, all surveillance under the carter page FISA Warrant, all huber investigation records, and IG horowitz investigation records and materials since he became IG, all mewler records and investigation materials, all awan investigation and plea deal materials, all wolfe investigation and plea deal records and materials.

    (and any other records listed by Sundance !!!)

    PDJT would then have the records for release, could fire any agency head who refused, and could instruct the Office of the President to investigate redaction to evaluate whether the redactions violate obama’s executive order that redaction should not be used to hide agency wrongdoing or prevent embarrassment.

    The Office of the President should be able to prosecute DOJ/FBI criminality, because it is the Constitutional duty of the President to “take care” that the laws are enforced. Prosecution of DOJ/FBI/CIA criminality cannot be entrusted solely to the DOJ, especially when it is corrupt.

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  24. Perot Conservative says:

    Atlanta FedNow is estimating 1.8%, I just don’t get that.

    Home sales jump over 16% in December.
    Consumer spending up over 5.8%.
    Imports reduced 12%?
    Wages rising.

    Doesn’t a reduction in the trade deficit help our GDP?

    Next GDP announcement Jan 30th?

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  25. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  26. Perot Conservative says:

    Facing up to 20 years jail time, Cohen Leaker gets probation.

    “IRS Worker Who Leaked Cohen Docs Sentenced to Five Years Probation”


    Liked by 1 person

  27. Carrie says:

    Who knew Ted Lieu has groupies?


  28. JimWVa says:

    The House Trial Brief filed with the Senate today asks that the President be “removed” from office. Maybe I missed it, but my reading is that the House managers have NOT asked the Senate to “disqualify” President Trump from being a candidate and winning RE-election for a second term in 2020. Maybe someone else can find it.



  29. linda4298 says:

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  30. hawkins6 says:

    From Royal Duchess to Social Justice Warrior

    “On Jan. 14, the Duchess of Sussex visited the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre which is based in Vancouver, B.C.

    “Meghan and a group of Justice for Girls’ staff members had a conversation about climate change and how Indigenous women and girls are being disproportionately affected…the Women’s Centre serves up to 500 meals every day and its kitchen provides 182,500 meals every year in the poorest and most drug riddled section of Vancouver.”


  31. linda4298 says:

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/strong-paper-trail-has-john-durham-investigating-the-months-before-mueller-appointment A trail of documents has reportedly led Attorney General William Barr’s handpicked federal prosecutor to focus his inquiry into the origins of the Russia investigation on the first several months of President Trump’s tenure.

    John Durham, a U.S. attorney from Connecticut, is zeroing in on the period spanning from January 2017, when Trump took office, to May of that year. A “strong” paper trail, as CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge put it on Friday, has led the investigation into possible misconduct by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials to that time frame.

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    • hawkins6 says:

      Catherine Herridge is a very reputable reporter and your post is informative but she could have been misled by her admitted “one” source.

      It will be 3 years ago this March when Rep Nunes uncovered the illegal unmasking of Americans and other misdeeds. sundance’s past concerns at the slow pace of A/G Barr’s investigations and especially the snail paced release of inculpatory documents against the corrupt Coup Dems before POTUS was impeached was right on. Trump is now being tried in the Senate and the other side is still walking free to invent new hoaxes daily.

      The IRS leaker of Cohen tax records to Avenatti was reportedly only given 5 years of probation on Friday by a San Francisco judge, Avenatti might also only get probation so even if Durham ever does file an indictment against anyone in D.C, it will likely lead to a certain exoneration or probationary sentence after a special plea like in the Wolfe case.


  32. JImmy says:

    Foxnews reporting that team trump responded to impeachment articles by legally dismissing them.
    Has anyone seen the full response in written form? Probably not out to public?/


  33. sunnyflower5 says:

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  36. jx says:

    Identifying and tracking via behavioral patterns, and inter-agency intel sharing



  37. WeThePeople2016 says:


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  38. Reserved55 says:

    From Schweizer’s new book

    By Peter SchweizerJanuary 18, 2020 | 3:02pm | Updated



  39. Reserved55 says:

    Send in Tippy Johnson, problem solved


    Puerto Rico Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced fired the island’s emergency management director on Saturday, after a video showing aid sitting unused in a warehouse went viral on social media. Some of the aid has allegedly been sitting in the warehouse since Hurricane Maria struck in 2017.


  40. Val says:

    Barron: “After you, daddy!”

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  41. Cathy M. says:

    Hollly Cow- More Winning!

    “REPORT: Over 50 Percent Of Attendees At Trump’s Wisconsin Rally Weren’t Republicans”

    “Mind-Blowing! 58% Of Attendees at Trump’s Wisconsin Rally Were NOT Republicans, Up from 43% in Ohio

    Several days ago, Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale posted statistics from last week’s rally held in Toledo, OH, which showed that 43% of attendees identified as either Democratic or Independent. I called that figure “stunning” in a recent post.

    But the same statistic from Trump’s Tuesday night rally in Wisconsin can only be described as staggering. 57.8% of registrants identified as either Democratic or Independent.

    Obviously, as a conservative, I am overjoyed at these numbers. I take them to mean that this group is looking for an alternative to the current field of candidates running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

    Parscale’s past rally reports have always identified the number of Democrats who show up, which has averaged between 22-23%.

    Check out the numbers in the tweets below:”

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  42. sunnyflower5 says:

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  43. DesertRain says:

    “Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez Garced fires the island’s emergency management director, after a video showing aid sitting unused in a warehouse went viral on social media.”

    Did the Gov fire the Director because cover was blow by the leaked video? Corruption exposed and someone had to be publicly blamed?

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  44. Reserved55 says:

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  45. Reserved55 says:

    Feminism, Baby


  46. sunnyflower5 says:

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  47. Troublemaker10 says:


  48. jeans2nd says:

    Fellow Deplorables, we have an all-out war in the Socialist democrat wing of the Uniparty, and no one could be happier than Crooked Hillary.

    Quid Pro Joe is accusing the Sanders’ campaign of putting out a doctored video, showing Quid Pro Joe supporting Paul Ryan’s Medicare cuts.

    Quid Pro Joe did say that, but Quid Pro Joe was being facetious.
    Quid Pro Joe is slamming Bernie for a doctored video, but Bernie will not “disavow” the video.

    Betcha a donut Ol’ Crooked is behind all this.
    Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show, kids.
    And remember, Our President has 95% approval in the Republican party, the Freedom Caucus has pretty much united the House GOPs, and so far Cocaine Mitch has been able to keep his caucus together on shampeachment.

    Ref link – ‘Simply a lie,’ Biden accuses Sanders campaign of releasing ‘doctored’ video

    Is there anything more fun or enjoyable than watching a bunch of social justice warriors’ cat-fight? Imagine a bunch of soy-boys pawing at each other…

    Include a quick thank you in your bedtime prayers tonight. We are so very Blessed.

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