May 3rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1200

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  1. Joemama says:

    A prediction is made that Hillary Clinton will be the nominee and Barack Obama as her running mate:

    This, to me, sounds like a likely strategy, since it probably represents the only ticket that has any chance of beating PDJT. If democrats can institute vote by mail fraud/ballot harvesting in enough states, using the CA model, they could conceivably cheat enough to win.


    • mimbler says:

      He can’t run as VP. You have to be eligible to run for president to run for vp.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        The bio at the bottom of that article says the author served under Reagan, Bush and Bush. So much for our side being Constitutionally literate either.

        Even makes you wonder about the Hill editors.

        Thanks nimbler for clearing that up before it could run amok here.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Joemama says:

        Good point.

        I still think that it will be hillary, after they dispose of biden.

        They have plenty of vile people they can use for VP.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Derek Hagen says:

      Hillary and Michelle. Just think. In the Democrat mind, that’s unbeatable. Two, count ’em, two women on the ticket and one of them is black. OMG.


    • Kay123 says:

      If Hitlery is nominated for president…….and Obummer
      running for VP……anyone want bet how long Hitlery
      will be a “living”president ?

      Liked by 1 person

  2. WhiteBoard says:

    Aug. 11, 2016:

    Strzok texts L. Page: “So. You come up with a codename? ”
    Page responds, “Latitude.” Strzok responds, “[REDACTED] Yuuuuuge. Though we may save that for the man, if we ever open on him.”


    Remove the spaces within the link below to get the souce of this quote

    https: // /imo/media/doc /abbreviated%20timeline %20horowitz.pdf

    POINT BEING – the code name LATITUDE is referenced. So i Googled Latitude and FBI and searched. I found a policy document bringing up that the FBI’s latitude to OPEN investigation was greatly increased in 2008.

    the key thing i found was that – the fbi could now to THREAT ASSESSMENTS versus Opening an investigation with legitimate predicate.

    Is this the missing link between our question about WHAT WAS THE PREDICATE? Meaning there DOES NOT NEED TO BE A PREDICATE.. Hence our constitution has been trashed.

    the link to the article is here :

    words from the article are here:

    PolicyWatch 1418

    New FBI Powers:
    A Necessary Step for Counterterrorism
Michael Rolince
Policy #1418
    October 28, 2008 (right before election)

This talks of new FBI powers being givin more LATITUDE – similarly to Page’s response of a code name for Trump investigation being LATITUDE. T

    hey are hinting they can do what the new powers say..

    READ. – look for techniques used to spy -under the wordings of ASSESSMENTS

Quotes in interest within the article are here:

    “The new AGG are an attempt to address this issue by consolidating all the procedures into one clear set of guidelines”

“In the view of one civil liberties advocate, the new guidelines give the FBI too much latitude “to open investigations of innocent Americans based on no meaningful suspicion of wrongdoing.”

”Perhaps the most noticeable change in the AGG is the easing of the strict standards governing the initiation and continuation of active investigations to allow, in some cases, the use of surveys, or “assessments,” to ascertain the potential threats warranting further scrutiny. ”

“….potential for agents, especially inexperienced ones, to pursue questionable investigations for unjustifiable periods of time.”

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    • PS says:

      That is a good assessment in my eyes. I maintain that the domestic political spying triangle by the NSA > CIA > FBI did not originate in 2016, but was a model used throughout the Obama administration after Congress flipped to R in 2010, including Romney in 2012. By 2016 the FBI was sloppy, and got caught. If spying on Trump was the first time, they would have been much more meticulous. Instead they acted like they were comfortable, and we see now the machine was well oiled in getting DOJ to approve FISA assessments. Everyone was in on it.

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        yes! ty !

        i think this SHOWS THAT PAGE and PAPDOPULUS were THREAT ASSESSMENT TOOLS possibly? still debateable..

        but we do know Azra Turk and Stephan Halper were Threat Assessment Tools.

        our FBI has been using confidential whatevers to conduct TOTAL spying operation on AMERICAN CITIZENS with the new “guidelines” traversing the 4th amendment, by conducting things they call SURVEYS, ASSESSMENTS, etc…

        they send people into your life – as frauds to survey you… they read your emails, listen to your calls, aand when they find nothing they FILE THIS AWAY (for future blackmail use) and say we didnt find enough PREDICATE to launch an investigation.

        we didnt find enough PREDICATE to launch an investigation.
        we didnt find enough PREDICATE to launch an investigation.
        we didnt find enough PREDICATE to launch an investigation.

        but we already survey and assessed you and collected everything on your and what you had done for storage in the database.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        They got sloppy and were caught with their IRS spying and harassing scheme too. But the DOJ did a great job of covering that up too. Even decided not to prosecute the culprits.

        Has a familiar ring to it doesn’t it?

        Break the law, punish innocent victims, cover it up, and let the guilty go free.

        Rinse and repeat.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          this is showing they are getting sloppy because it doesnt matter if they are careful now.

          like you mentioned the DOJ just COVERS UP for them.

          and the media helps brainwash us into thinking ITS JUST HOW THINGS ARE – they are to big to fall.

          and we are battered with subversive artillery telling us if just the way it is, yes it might of happened, but it of not matter to us anymore , and it over.

          I think i know why sundance puts the space oddessey meme up with the obelisk now..

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  3. Reserved55 says:

    SloJoe spent eight years as VP attacking the press.

    One of many.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Beau Geste says:

      AG Barr, where are you? missing in action? AWOL from duty?
      This is easy, just release all records relating to spying/surveillance on Atkisson in her lawsuit. Do not hide illegal spying in violation of the Due Process requirements.
      And if she was spied on ‘legally’ by a FISA Warrant, say so. (so it can be contested…)

      It looks like AWOL Barr, not AG Barr?

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    • Kay123 says:

      IMO, Obomber chose “SLO GO JOE” because
      he was no threat of being a better choice….. ever.


    • Amy2 says:

      What is this dangerous path Joe is always alluding to? Oh right, MAGA.


    • Amy2 says:

      What is this dangerous path Joe is always alluding to? Oh right, MAGA.


  4. Joemama says:

    Fauci is called out as a domestic terrorist. Seriously, not just name calling. The specific statutes are described and the actions which show which laws were broken are clearly and precisely conveyed.

    This video is worth watching, especially as it has instructions on how you can help, near the end:

    I will be using the draft letter to make a customized version to send to all my representatives, the CA AG, etc.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      PDJT naturally brings all the scurrying cockroaches out of their parasitic darkness, where they have been hiding for decades.

      Liked by 2 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      i will watch and report back.

      im sick of not engaging and taking every member post seriously. this is the most collective group of thinking individuals you would find anywhere on the internet.

      thinking outloud honestly

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      • WhiteBoard says:

        15 us code 2 – think walmart – pharma – CDC (2014 vaccine patent) – Amazon (all the small business forced to SHUT DOWN

        monopolizing commerce

        Every person who shall monopolize, or attempt to monopolize, or combine or conspire with any other person or persons, to monopolize any part of the trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and, on conviction thereof, shall be punished by fine not exceeding $100,000,000 if a corporation, or, if any other person, $1,000,000, or by imprisonment not exceeding 10 years, or by both said punishments, in the discretion of the court.

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        • WhiteBoard says:

          CDC patents in 2003 .. in 2013 patent overruled in 2013 by supreme court – that no one owns viral freely found in nature compontents.

          Click to access 12-398_1b7d.pdf

          in 2014 Faucci said FU ot supreme court – and went into aggremment with Wuhan Lab to commit commerce in violation of the Sherman ACT

          they monopolized the virus..

          “The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 is a federal statute which prohibits activities that restrict interstate commerce and competition in the marketplace. The Sherman Act was amended by the Clayton Act in 1914. The Sherman Act is codified in 15 U.S.C. §§ 1-38.

          Broad and sweeping in scope, § 1 of the Act states that “[e]very contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is declared to be illegal.” § 2 of the Act prohibits monopolization or attempts at monopolizing any aspect of interstate trade or commerce and makes the act a a felony.”

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      • Tornarosa says:

        Agree WhiteBoard, the collective intelligence, experience, dedication, compassion and wisdom of Sundance and the Band crowdsourced together on Conservative Treehouse are unequaled anywhere in the World. Mirabile dictu.

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    • Tornarosa says:

      Only part-way through Jomama, but the legal perspective here is epic, and I sense, an inflection point, or maybe a chink in the armor of this mare’s nest of a Bat Poop plot. It is breathtaking to learn that Dr Zheng-Li Shi, the Bat Lady herself, and Herr Fauci were business partners in a criminal venture. What a tangled web they weave…

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      • Joemama says:

        Yes, talk about vast conspiracies The website has lots of references and David Martin makes it clear when there is open source evidence and when he is making suppositions.

        If AG Barr or some state AG’s act on some of this information, Fauci, 42 governors and a whole lot of other people could be looking at some serious jail time.

        That is the big question though. There is a dual justice system where the crimes of the democrats are ignored and the little people and Republicans are prosecuted to the max.

        Even if it doesn’t result in prosecutions, I think that it will be useful to send the draft letter to politicians and law enforcement, since it will put them on notice that people know that they are breaking numerous laws.

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        • Tornarosa says:

          If I understand it correctly, it’s alleged that Dr Fauci and NIH owned the patent for the SARS-CoV virus as well as the means to detect it and the kit for same, applied for in 2003, and granted in 2010. Because of that, he/they could raise an Alarm about a Killer Virus that couldn’t be measured or quantified because they controlled the patents for the above.
          I remember President Trump kinda mumbling something about some legal technicalities that had to be cleared up before testing kits could be mass produced and developed. Wonder if this is what he was talking about.

          Professor Fauci, head of NIH for thirty-six years is a dark and complex figure. Starting to sound like a James Bond villain.

          Something funny is going on with Dr Fauci’s FEBRUARY 28 2020 editorial, entitled “Covid-19 — Navigating the Uncharted” in the New England Journal of Medicine. (NEJM)
          In that article, he stated ,
          ” If one assumes that the number of asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic cases is several times as high as the number of reported cases, the case fatality rate may be considerably less than 1%. This suggests that the overall clinical consequences of Covid-19 may ultimately be more akin to those of a severe seasonal influenza (which has a case fatality rate of approximately 0.1%).”

          The question is why was Dr. Fauci scaring the country with the failed London Imperial College Neil Ferguson estimate of up to 2.2 million deaths in the United States when he had published expectations of something similar to seasonal flu earlier?

          NEJM later RE-RELEASED his Feb 28 editorial WITH A DATE OF MARCH 26, 2020.

          If you search for his original article, only the March 26 article comes up, although there is a header that states, “Editor’s Note: This editorial was published on February 28, 2020, at”

          Attributing the article to March 26 eliminates the contradiction, but seriously, trillions of dollars and thousands of lives are in play here. This fails to reflect credit on Dr. Fauci, NIH, or the NEJM.

          Or, in layman’s terms, What’s Up Doc?

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  5. Jason Ross says:

    Gonna be a hot time in the city this summer….

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Reserved55 says:

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  7. looseends660722553 says:

    Gov. Nitwhitmer has been complaining about the swasticas at the rally. I have been looking at the pictures and the swasticas do not advocate facisim. They are used to symbolize and message Whitmer is a facist.
    The left twists everything, no pun intended.

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  8. Reserved55 says:

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  9. bkrg2 says:

    Here’s another segment from Hillsdale College symposium on Wuhan virus.
    It’s from a couple days ago, so apologies if someone already posted.
    This one is Alex Berenson talking about the “the failures of expert predictions and models”. First I heaard of this guy was about 2 weeks ago – former NT slimes writer. Obviously he left becasue he is not fake new lunatic.

    Most of what is covered is known by most Treepers. I found it a good validation of what I have already assumed:
    -models are just estimates using data
    -initial model from UK was from some idiot who has overestimated every virus for plast 20+ years
    -initial data was flawed, however most models overestimate death
    -first IHME model was better, however, they have been very slow to update based on reality
    -now that we have better data, including antibodies, no one is updating thier models to reflect reality

    The video is 50 minutes. There are a few other videos posted a link below that are also good

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  10. islandpalmtrees says:

    Time Line – what details are we missing?

    10/20/16 text sent from Strzok called the Republican presidential nominee a ‘f***ing idiot.’

    11/2/16 – There’s a very important text message from Lisa Page to Peter Strzok and that is from November of 2016 and the context for the text message is – Strzok asks Lisa Page, “Hey, what are you doing?” or words to that effect.

    She reports back very excitedly that she’s preparing talking points for Director Comey to go brief the President on what they’re doing. And the quote from Lisa Page is quote – “POTUS wants to know everything we’re doing” – closed quote.

    On Election Day – Page wrote to him: ‘OMG THIS IS F***ING TERRIFYING.’ Strzok replied, ‘Omg, I am so depressed.’

    1/4/17 – The FBI Washington Field Office informs the intelligence community via an Electronic Communication, they are closing the 2016 Flynn investigation.

    1/4/17 – Peter Strzok says no wait… I have a plan.

    1/4/17 – James Comey involved. “7th Floor Involved”

    1/5/17 – James Comey goes to White House.

    1/5/17 – White House meeting where National Security Advisor Susan Rice, FBI Director James Comey (Crossfire Hurricane), and Deputy AG Sally Yates (Flynn FARA) are talking to President Obama about the status of the Flynn FBI investigation and President Obama says “by the book”. “No Video, no Audio, No staff allowed” allowed!

    1/6/17 – James Comey briefs President-elect Trump in Trump Tower on the Steele Dossier. [Comey Memos]

    1/6/17 – Christopher Steele deletes all files relating to his Trump Dossier.

    1/23/17 – GCHQ director retires.

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  11. sunnyflower5 says:

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  12. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet


    • SHV says:

      That is probably good news along with the emergency approval of the Abbott labs antibody test. I have heard from several infectious disease doctors that the current antibody tests are unreliable. I think it was Peter Navarro who said last week that China had been dumping antibody test kits of suspect reliability into the US. If that is the case, then current reports of antibody test results are highly suspect if they are based on Chinese crap test kits.


  13. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  14. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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    • Beau Geste says:

      It isn’t clear ehat authority schiff has to withhold transcripts. He has told the Executive Branch that he wants them reviewed for secrecy classification, but orders the Executive not to release them. Is there a criminal law that lets one member of congress ‘classify’ transcripts of testimony? Who would prosecute? What would happen if Devin Nunes read them on the floor of congress, omitting any parts redacted by Executive Branch security review? What would happen if Durham or AG Barr subpoenaed them?

      Silly to mention this, but what if lindsey graham subpoenaed them as part of his ‘promise’ to get to the bottom of this ? Silly, I know graham didn’t mean it, and has forgotten about it.


      • evergreen says:

        Graham had his phone number posted on the bathroom wall “for a good time”. He and Trump were opponents at the time. Graham was pushing the dossier along with McCain.

        Why would Graham want to investigate anything? He’s part of the original coup club.

        He’s been rolling along like politicians do, putting time and dust between today and his past sins in the hopes that your memory will be filled with visions of Kavanaugh railings.


  15. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  16. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

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  17. sunnyflower5 says:

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  18. Perot Conservative says:

    So now a Washington Post reporter (source) is giving Mueller a pass.

    Weismann gets no pass! I don’t even believe Mueller was an active day-to-day participant.

    Fire Wray.
    Fire Boente.
    Fire Van Grack.

    Washington Times: ‘Some neurological problem’: Flynn lawyer speculates about Mueller’s mental acuity

    By Caitlin Yilek

    Liked by 1 person

    • butch cassidy says:

      Fire Wray, Jail the rest of them. I never liked Wray from the get go. He was recommended by a group that included Christi, and Christi is not trust worthy, in my mind. Wray worked for Christi during the bridgegate fiasco and Christi let some of his people take the hit and Wray had to know what had really happened.


  19. WhiteBoard says:


    FBI given for latitude due to financial crisis

    everyone given more latittude to surveil citizens due to 911 attack

    given more power to legally FISA everyone via contact tracing due to corona

    ORDER out of CHAOS

    Space oddessy 2001 Sundance shows us the scene of the apes touching the MONOLITH.

    Do you see now ? he who has knowledge can go into the new era.. we are not inititated… the initiated are and have knowledge. their allegiance is a pledge. but they put their hand under their shirt not on their heart (the hidden hand).

    go to MINUTE 9:55 of this video – “for we are opposed around the world by a MONOLITHIC and ruthless conspiracy”

    Liked by 1 person

    • FofBW says:

      Just think how far those monolithic and ruthless folks have come since the 60’s.

      Satan was on the verge, till God said, just a minute!

      Liked by 2 people

      • WhiteBoard says:

        seriously i know!

        only patriots have a fetish with the constitution..

        most people pledge to the flag like its another timewasting routine,butthey would never get caught disrespecting it (until Obama’s fundamental transframtion – using black in the white house GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENT theoretically as vehible to hijack our humanity and desire to do good with his erasingthe value of the flag)

        point being – these societies have better programs for allegiance and ladder climbing..

        they help initiated climb.. its why you are smart andwork hard but are always ruled by someone lower IQ (maybe)… itsbecause brothers help brothers .

        nothing wrong with this…but at some point we need to figure out if brotherhood in some forms is not sedition? what are their loyalties? at what point would thy deny an oder from their ORDER.

        if its at no POINT would they deny and order from their ORDER – then what do we have here?

        i call on CALLING our secret societies and making them publically explain how they support America or would they make it fall if their Order said so.

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    • Why he was assassinated; going to destroy the CIA.

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  20. burnett044 says:

    Sundance has done one hell of a job shining a spot light on swamp critters….amazing work..
    but until some one with the power to lock these critters up……well they will just swim deeper.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jeans2nd says:

      Hear tell Ol’ Nessie lives way down there in the deep. The Swamp Creatures might want to be a wee bit careful how deep they swim.

      And then there’s Chupacabra, who lives all around the Loche with Big Foot…
      Think Chupacabra or ol’ Nessie is a Deplorable?

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  21. WeThePeople2016 says:

    DOJ sides with church suing Virginia Gov. Northam after pastor who held 16-person service faced fine, jail
    Vandana Rambaran By Vandana Rambaran, David Spunt | Fox News

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  22. Perot Conservative says:

    So AG Bill Barr will either:

    1. Go down as a Patriot & expose Spygate.

    2. Announce some throw-away indictments.

    3. Go down as Benedict Arnold 2.0.

    If Barr chooses #2 or #3, do we have any fallback positions?

    Bring in a new AG after the election?

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Sweeping President, House and Senate is our best position going forward. Trump will have to restaff most positions. Hopefully no more Resisters. Hopefully no more Senate poison pills. Just people Making America Great Again.

      But then I do dream alot.

      And, we must retake our dominance in State Governments. If we let them steal everything, we will be gerrymandered into irrelevance. And then they will do a California to the rest of us, setting themselves up for permanent dominance and absolute control.

      I can also be pessimistic, but that can be good help in steering away from calamity and towards those dreams.


  23. sunnyflower5 says:


  24. Perot Conservative says:

    Washington Times: Former CIA operative: ‘People like’ Comey and Brennan should get death penalty

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  25. sunnyflower5 says:


  26. WhiteBoard says:

    so in theory if you are listening…

    if i run a plane into the top of a building – i compromise the TOP of the building with GASOLINE or atomic whatevers… it compromises the TOP of the building..

    it doesnt weaken the LOWER structure.. it DOESNT make the lower structure unable to hold weight

    it weakens the top of the structure. PERIOD.

    the president on 911 said this…


  27. Perot Conservative says:

    Q3 could have an amazing GDP number. Which the Democrats will hate.

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    • Jason Ross says:

      The media airwaves will be plugged with doom and gloom trying to drown out the recovery.

      Today, CNN had nothing cataclysmic to report in the United States so they ran with ‘Russia tops 10,000 new COVID cases in a single day’ … suddenly CNN deeply cares about the welfare of Russia. Just wow.

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  28. jeans2nd says:

    Have you all filled in your census form?
    One of the very few questions asked is one’s race. The gubmint then lists German, Italian, andIrish as a race.
    I wrote American.

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  29. nimrodman says:

    As if we don’t have enough trouble already
    [Invite the third world, become the third world category]

    Illegal Alien Accused of Spitting on Fruit in Florida Grocery Store

    An illegal alien has been charged in Volusia County, Florida, after allegedly spitting on hundreds of dollars worth of fresh fruit in a grocery store in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis.

    Lisette Santis, a 40-year-old illegal alien from Guatemala, was charged with reckless tampering of a product risking injury or death after allegedly spitting on fruit in a local Walmart.

    On April 22, according to Walmart employees who watched the incident, Santis opened a sealed bag of guava and proceeded to eat them. After, Santis spit on fresh limes as she spat out the guava.

    Then, employees said Santis spit all over a section of fresh oranges — including spitting more chewed guava on the produce. In all, employees said Santis spit on nearly $350 worth of fresh fruit, which they had to immediately throw out and replace.

    Santis has already been ordered deported from the United States.

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  30. nimrodman says:

    Ha ha ha ha ha!

    A “leak” … imagine that!
    Ain’t it a real shame when something gets “leaked”?
    Yeah, a real shame, a real shame I tell ya

    So NOW we’re concerned about “leaks”, huh?

    More than 900 Missouri residents who ‘snitched’ on lockdown rule-breakers fear retaliation after their details are leaked online

    Tipster Patricia (pictured) – who did not want her last name to be mentioned – said in a video interview that she believes the personal information should have been redacted from public records released


    • nimrodman says:

      … hey Patricia! Now we know what you look like too

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    • paper doll says:

      “More than 900 Missouri residents who ‘snitched’ on lockdown rule-breakers fear retaliation after their details are leaked online ”

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jason Ross says:

      She looks like she goes days without leaving the house … and that’s before the lockdown. Did she see a perp looking out her window?

      Liked by 1 person

    • WhiteBoard says:

      we NEED real transparency! no more secrets ! or societies…

      a person can say I CANNOT repsond to that and we HONOR that…

      but no more lies

      Liked by 1 person

      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        You have the “courage” to file reports on your neighbors and even your boss, then have the “COURAGE” to face them. This “condition of anonymity” nonsense needs to stop. Ruining people’s lives then pretending you are “afraid of retaliation” allows these people to lie with impunity.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Here’s the thing: Are folks who pranked the system and sent in wildly exaggerated or totally made up infractions, in other words, the very same people who were protesting the snitches, the ones who are being outed? How ironic will it be if folks protesting the snitches are reported via “leaks” and suffer retaliation from people who also hate snitches?


      • boogywstew says:

        In other words … don’t be too quick to want to exact revenge on a “snitch” if all the “snitch” did was send in pictures of ducks not social distancing or the “snitch” sent pictures of the Democrat governor carousing with friends without wearing a mask or social distancing.


  31. Magabear says:

    Wow, Ohio’s Governor actually found some commonsense for a change.

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  32. listingstarboard says:

    Proud of my Sheriff in Mohave County! I noticed the Asian massage parlor which is just prostitution in plain sight in a strip mall was open for business. Essential service I guess.


  33. northwoodswatcher says:

    SPEAKING OF BARRY SOETORO, who goes by the stage name “Obama” — he been called by some the “Benedict Arnold 2.0.”

    But I believe that Barry is a much greater traitor than Arnold ever was.

    Barry was and is a hardcore communist who committed a whole host of tratitorous acts.

    We are still dealing with the fallout of his treason.

    Arnold indeed committed treason too. George Washington was entirely justified in wanting him hanged, just we are with Barry.

    But while lyin’ scum Soetoro never did one honest day of work in his miserable life, Arnold’s life was another matter.


    Although there are those who hold out for Nathanael Greene, and others for Daniel Morgan, for my money the greatest soldier of the American Revolution was none other than Benedict Arnold.

    It is hardly a stretch to state that America could NOT have won the Revolution without Arnold’s heroics.

    And no one played the hero more consistently than Arnold, starting from day one of the American Revolution.



  34. northwoodswatcher says:


    • It was Benedict Arnold was the local leader of the Sons of Liberty in New Haven, Conn., as well as a captain of the Second Company of Governor’s Foot Guards. He would lead his militia to the siege at Boston, where George Washington had taken charge. But first Arnold had to threaten New Haven selectman that if they didn’t hand over the key to the town’s powder magazine so he could get the black powder and lead balls his militia needed, his troops would break down the door.

    • It was Arnold who came up with the idea to capture upstate New York’s fortress of Ticonderoga so that its cannon could be hauled to Boston to lift the siege. The history books give Connecticut’s Ethan Allen the credit, but he merely glommed onto Arnold’s idea and brought more men to the party than Arnold.

    • It was Arnold who led the legendary expedition of 1,150 riflemen against Quebec, then the capital of British Canada. It was perhaps the most difficult military expedition ever launched in North America, except perhaps for Robert Rogers’ raid on Saint Francis in 1759.

    • It was Arnold who, after he failed to capture Canada and convert it into the 14th state, suffering a severe wound to his left leg during the Battle of Quebec. His troops retreated to Montreal, where he served as commander. Forced to retreat further to Saint-Jean, he was the very last to leave before the British arrived.

    • It was Arnold who then brainstormed and directed the construction of an instant fleet to defend Lake Champlain, a fleet that was overmatched and defeated in the October 1776 Battle of Valcour Island. But his actions at Saint-Jean and Valcour Island achieved victory by postponing the British advance against Ticonderoga until 1777. In fact, the Battle of Valcour Island is often called one of the 10 greatest in American military history because the one-year delay it imposed on the British attempt to split the colonies saved the Revolution.

    • It was Arnold who, earlier in the Revolution, in December 1976, was picked to defend Rhode Island following the British capture of the strategic port of Newport.

    • It was Arnold, who, on his way to Philadelphia in February 1777 to have it out with Congress, learned that a British force was marching toward a supply depot in Danbury, Conn. He instantly organized militia attacks on the British, fought the Battle of Ridgefield, and then harried the Redcoats all the way to Fairfield, Conn., where the British quit the state. During these battles, Arnold was again wounded in the left leg.

    • It was Arnold who, after again being ordered by Washington into New York State, scared off the Indians besieging Fort Stanwix by using a clever ruse that his relief force was much larger than it actually was,

    • It was Arnold who was ordered to return to the Hudson just as “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne’s large force of Redcoats and Indians was headed south to his historic defeat at Saratoga.

    • It was Arnold who displayed invaluable leadership at both Battles of Saratoga — First Saratoga: Battle of Freeman’s Farm, where he rallied the troops and forced back the British — the field commanders and men universally credited Arnold for their success — and Second Saratoga: Battle of Bemis Heights, in which Arnold, defying the orders of commanding General Gates, joined the action by recklessly riding between the lines to lead a charge which took a key redoubt.

    • It was Arnold whose immeasurable gallantry at Second Saratoga resulted in his wounded leg being broken both by shot and his horse, which had been killed and fell upon him when he was thrown off.

    • It was Arnold who determined to stay in the fight by refusing to have his leg amputated. His leg was crudely set and healed two inches shorter than the right leg. Arnold did not retire to private life after such a major injury. Instead, he rejoined Washington’s army at Valley Forge, to the applause of the men who served under him at Saratoga — a battle that is often called one of the 10 greatest in American military history.

    • It was Arnold who at Valley Forge, Arnold participated in the first recorded Oath of Allegiance along with many other soldiers, as a sign of loyalty to the United States of America.

    • It was also Arnold who, as military commander of Philadelphia, was induced into treason by his rage against Congress — which had treated him so badly over the years, such as by its repeated refusal to reimburse him for monies he’d paid out of his own pocket for expenses, like the building of the fleet at Valcour Island. But he turned traitor for a number of reasons, including a gigantic ego inadequately stroked and a gigantic lack of judgment in selecting as his wife a dyed-in-the-wool Loyalist, Peggy Shippen.

    Arnold’s treason was so great in part because he had been America’s top soldier to that point.

    As much we condemn him for being a turncoat, Arnold was one of America’s irreplaceable men.

    Barry Soetoro, in contrast, has never been more than the stinking mess that sticks to your shoe in the gutter.

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  35. CM-TX says:

    The natives are getting restless… 🤭 (not condoning, just sayin’)

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  36. Pokey says:

    Barry Sotero wants to be VP. What a puppet show. Everything that is crazy about the last 3 1/2 years amounts to only one thing. Throw up a smokescreen so the truth is not seen. And it is working, no Democrats and/or Bureaucrats have been indicted for treason and it looks like none ever will be. fubar.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      Barry cannot be VP. The VP must be able to assume the Presidency at any moment, and Barry is not eligible to be President again.


  37. sunnyflower5 says:


  38. sunnydaze says:

    April 29, Cuomo *finally* wants the NYC subways cleaned every nite…….after more than 3 months of leaving them filthy. Are the buses being cleaned yet?



    I hate this guy but there is a little bit of reality in this piece. I think Sullivan hates Flynn but Sullivan
    will go along with what Wittes and the deep state boys will accept. Making adjustment and translation to his analysis I think his side will be Ok with a new trial but no exoneration, Barr will not prosecute and Flynn is free but not completely exonerated. Wittes really thinks Sidney has 50-50 shot on appeal on exoneration and is unwilling to risk Sullivan completely denying Flynn. A very bittersweet ending, but a tribute to Sydney if that the tune I hear.

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  40. nimrodman says:

    Well now, that’s just great …

    Report: Foreigners Mistakenly Receiving $1.2K Stimulus Checks

    To REALLY screw things up you need a bureaucracy

    …. and we’re paying Chinese:

    As Breitbart News has chronicled, China has maintained dominance over the United States’ student visa programs. Every year, the U.S. issues nearly 800,000 F, M, and J visas to foreign students and their family members, according to State Department data.

    In Fiscal Year 2019, Chinese nationals secured nearly 117,000 F visas, more than 50,000 J visas, and more than 2,200 M visas. About 30 percent of all F visas delivered by the federal government are awarded to Chinese nationals each year.

    There are nearly 500,000 Chinese students in the U.S. in any given year — more than any other nation — taking seats in university classrooms and looking to eventually obtain Optional Practical Training (OPT) authorization to take entry-level jobs in white-collar professions.

    Smack my damn head

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  41. nimrodman says:

    American so-called “justice” is becoming absolutely laughable

    California: Suspect Arrested 3 Times in 12 Hours Thanks to Zero-Bail Policy

    A suspect was arrested three times over the course of 12 hours by Orange County, California, law enforcement officials thanks to the state’s newly enacted zero-bail policy for accused criminals charged with a variety of crimes.

    Dijon Landrum, 24-years-old, was first arrested by the Glendora Police Department on the morning of April 29 after he was allegedly caught breaking into a vehicle and attempting to steal it. When police arrived at the scene, they said Landrum tried to drive off in the stolen car, along with stolen property and narcotics.

    … yada yada … yada yada

    Following his third arrest, Landrum was released and issued a citation.

    … oooooooh – a CITATION – that’ll show him …

    … California officials are leading a nationwide effort to empty state prisons amid the coronavirus crisis … The initiative has led to the release of seven high-risk sex offenders recently, one of which was rearrested on sex crime charges days after his release.


  42. sunnyflower5 says:

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  43. nimrodman says:

    Here it comes – the Dump-Biden Train (TM)

    Get on board!
    … no, not you, Bernie!

    And Hillary emerges holding Barky Obarkum’s hand and strolling cheerfully down the train platform

    NY Times Op-ed: Dump Biden over Tara Reade Allegations

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    • dallasdan says:

      A google and Wikipedia (I know) search of Elizabeth Bruenig reveals that “…she is described as “the most prominently placed of a small but increasingly visible group of young writers unabashedly advocating for democratic socialism.” and I noticed the majority of her articles are favorable to Bernie Sanders.

      Hence, her motive in wanting Biden ousted is clear.

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