May 27th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1224

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851 Responses to May 27th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1224

  1. spoogels says:

    No known animal host and ‘almost perfect’ human adaption: Top Australian vaccine scientist reveals how COVID-19’s unique structure means it’s either man-made – or a ‘complete fluke’ of nature

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8356751/How-COVID-19s-unique-structure-means-man-made.html

    and

    Australian researchers see virus design manipulation

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/21/australian-researchers-see-virus-design-manipulati/

    THIS WAS A BIOWEAPON

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    • jay says:

      It is suspicious. While it is not possible for humans to create a virus, there was news in 2015 that the Chinese had manipulated a virus. My guess is the CIA knows everything- but a combat war with China? an economic war with China? How do we stop a red invasion especially with all the useful idiot millennials and red loving press? Schools keep pumping out children who think socialism means being socially active.

      The timing is suspicious:
      US has a deal with China that will cost China Billions.
      The election.

      The cluster of inflection is suspicious:
      human carriers sent to cause the most damage
      Seattle, New York City
      Northern Italy where easily spread to Europe

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      • Doppler says:

        SNF’s forced to take Covid patients and denied PPE,
        all deaths counted as a Covid if positive or suspected,
        Flu and pneumonia conflated by CDC, deliberately as part of joint flu vaccine marketing plan launched by CDC with ANA and Vaccine manufacturers to scare the public since 2003.

        I think you’re onto something jay.

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        • Mary Morse says:

          NYS healthcare workers were allowed to continue working in nursing homes despite testing covid positive. This order was recinded April 30.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Suspending or limiting internal China travel but wide open internationally is the sure fire sign that China meant to infect other countries.

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      • Bubby says:

        Jay my opinion of the CIA is so low that I believe they probably helped the Chicoms with the spread of the Wuhan virus and disinformation about it! The Democrat Party, the corrupt leftist msm and the IC all support the Chicoms over President Trump and WTP! Hope to God I’m wrong!

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      • WSB says:

        I would still like to know about those supposed travelers from Wuhan. Didn’t sound as organic as portrayed in the press.

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    • Bill says:

      Spoogles, of course this is a bio weapon. Thank God the virus weakened (or mutated) -changed somehow from its original form. We all saw the early videos out of Wuhan-people were dropping like flies. Our government knows what this was and hopefully our great President will give it good and hard back to the communist of China in the form of tariffs. 25 percent on all goods imported from the communist is only fair.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Yes, some information is coming out is that what makes this virus unique, is the outer membrane (which was man-made by Chinese), causes the inner virus to uniquely infect humans and spread rapidly. If this is true, and if you think about it, this membrane could be adapted to wrap around more lethal toxins to quickly infect humans around the world using more deadly content. It looks like this was a trial by the Chinese to assess the effectivity of the membrane wrapped around an inner virus, and the membrane achieved success. These people are evil.

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    • Pew-Anon says:

      I have a slightly different take on the “bioweapon” aspect, which involves rethinking the definition of a “weapon” somewhat. When we hear the word “bioweapon”, we default to something like anthrax being released in a subway at rush hour – a biological agent that will kill almost everyone it contacts, but is localized and won’t necessarily spread far beyond its release point, much less to the rest of the world.

      Now we need to remember that SARS-Cov-2 is a “coronavirus”, which is the same category of virus in nature that is only capable of producing the common cold as its most pathogenic form to humans. Long story short, “coronavirus” is a fancy name for “cold virus”, at worst (which, of course, we are purposefully not told by the MSM). And I would posit that there is not much bio-engineering that can be done to an upper respiratory contagion — which is what coronavirus/cold virus is — to make it significantly more deadly, on the level of something like weaponized anthrax. It’s a stupid upper respiratory contagion, for crying out loud. It doesn’t infect a vital organ, like hepatitis does, nor does it produce toxins, like anthrax. By definition, an upper respiratory virus can’t be made more deadly. So how could something like that be “weaponized”?

      It can be weaponized if it is bio-engineered to be — not more deadly, mind you — but “novel”. And if it is novel, that means no human immune system has ever seen it, which means it will spread. But we still have the problem that it is not inherently deadly (except to the few whose life would otherwise be at risk from catching a full-blown common cold). And since it isn’t deadly, so what if it spreads? Ahhh…That’s where another type of engineering comes into play — narrative engineering.

      By “discovering” a “novel” form of “coronavirus”, the narrative of a pandemic can then be artificially engineered, when in reality, had it not been “discovered”, it would have blended into the background noise of what would otherwise have been nothing more than a statistically bad flu season. So the “bioweapon” aspect here is not so much that the biological agent itself is a deadly weapon, but the narrative surrounding its discovery and likely lab-created novelty is the deadly weapon, in the form of global economic collapse and all the associated collateral damage, which will produce a death toll many orders of magnitude higher than any ridiculous upper respiratory virus, or even anthrax, ever could.

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      • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

        It’s not all narrative. This particular strain of coronavirus causes a particular kind of pneumonia that is very damaging, especially if a person has poor lung functioning. Doctors have been saying they can diagnose many cases of COVID merely from a chest X-ray, because the damage to the lungs has a unique appearance.

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        • Pew-Anon says:

          None of that really matters, because it doesn’t amount to a statistically significant outlier to what would otherwise be a bad flu season, unique symptomology or no. (Remember, the COVID death numbers are grossly and artificially inflated.) The difference between COVID and seasonal flu is COVID effects are being reported, whereas seasonal flu effects are never reported. The weaponized part of this is not the virus; it indeed all the narrative.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        It has long been strategized that weapons that incapacitate but don’t kill consume far more of the enemies resources than do weapons that kill. That includes bioweapons.

        The point of dirty bombs are to contaminate everyone and everything that they can. Imagine the effects of contaminating NYC. All the resources that cannot be used. All the transportation that needs rerouting. All the people that have to be decontaminated and treated for radiation.

        Just pointing out that the military types have been there for a very long time before China strove to make sure that they weren’t the only ones who were going to suffer.

        Engineered or not. Deliberate release or accidental release or natural occurrence. China’s behavior has been designed to hide the problem until the problem grew enough to release it on the world. Only then did they crack down to stop it at home.

        And, they have acted to harm others by buying up the supplies needed to deal with the problem, and cutting off the distribution of the supplies they manufacture for the rest of the world. All while hiding the problem.

        And they have acted to take advantage of the problems they created. Scalping other nations for those supplies and delivering faulty products while coercing their victims to declare how charitable China was.

        And China is using the problem as cover for aggressive actions in Hong Kong and towards Taiwan.

        In short, if they didn’t plan it, they are wondering why they never thought about doing so before.

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        • Pew-Anon says:

          And our biotech MIC, headed by Fauci and Gates, funded/sponsored all the novelty research on this virus, if it turns out this was a leak from the Wuhan lab.

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    • GB Bari says:

      No need to pontificate on this.
      Obviously a bioweapon. Whether released deliberately or accidentally, it is blatantly obvious that the CCP did everything they could to spread the disease to the USA and Europe, as well as every other nation that is an ally of the USA.

      I suggest the President cancel all US debt owed to China. And seize all Chinese owned assets in the U.S. Then expel all Chinese business personnel and students on visas who are involved in technology of any sort. They’re all thieves and spies for the CCP.

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    • Mary Morse says:

      Michel Garnier has been asked to resign his position at the EU Commission for his role in approving creation of the Wuhan lab.

      https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1286612/Michel-barnier-wuhan-coronavirus-china-lab-EU-news-france-brexit-sars-beijing-latest-spt

      The EU Commission is member of the Union for the Mediterranean, which established EMUNI University as one of it’s mission priorities. EMUNI hired Joseph Mifsud as it’s first president.

      https://emuni.si/about-emuni/emuni-university/

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

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      • Mary Morse says:

        Michel Barnier
        not Garnier

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      • Beau Geste says:

        Has our DOJ, CIA or FBI even ttempted to ‘find’ this mifsud character?
        If he hasn’t been ‘arkancided’, ha has a new ‘identity’ known to our IC.
        Why wou’t anyone ask Barr (or even at a WH Press conference, why can’t our CIA find ‘mifsud’?

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  2. jay says:

    WHO is the Geppetto pulling Judge Sullivan’s strings? Will we ever know? The judge’s behavior is nothing short of reputation suicide. Did he sell out? Did they leave a trail. Sadly we don’t have a free press to find out the truth. The press have become crimson pussys.

    In any event, June 1 is almost upon us. May the Good General be granted his motion.

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/05/27/michael-flynn-judge-emmet-sullivan-needs-to-recuse-himself-already/

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    • Mortimer says:

      I believe he will be granted his motion, but don’t expect it around June 1st.

      The Appeals Court order says June 1st deadline for Sullivan to answer …. then another 10 days for Sidney Powell to respond. Then it likely takes another week before they will rule.

      Mid June or slightly later is most likely.

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      • dwpender says:

        The Circuit Court’s order doesn’t say anything about a Flynn response to Sullivan’s filing. Flynn — the petitioner — has already filed.

        Under Sullivan’s current order, Gleeson’s amicus brief is due on June 10, and Flynn then needs to incur further legal expense to prepare a reply.

        The Appeals Court is well aware of all the expense Sullivan’s scheduling order will impose on Flynn (there is much more to the order than simply answering Gleeson’s brief). I believe this in part explains the Court’s putting a tight leash on Sullivan’s response.

        I believe the panel will rule before June 10.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Unknown Geppetto?
      You do remember that Sullivan is following Obama’s ‘leaked’ private phone conference instructions.

      The purpose of such a leak was to provide a plausible deniability to your question. Whatever cutouts Obama used can stay in the shadows.

      Finally, Sullivan has provided two hard points of contact. The ex-judge that he asked to be prosecutor, and the lawyer he hired to respond to the appeals court. That is outside of the Obama missive, but needed to carry it out. So now there are three loci that can be explored in contact tracing puppet strings back to Geppetto.

      Not that Barr or anyone in the media will even try.

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  3. scrap1ron says:

    My WNY County Executive Commissar Wendle issues a directive for Phase 2 reopening plans of chosen non-essential businesses.

    https://chautauquatoday.com/news/details.cfm?clientid=25&id=304693#.Xs5vmsApCvS

    https://forward.ny.gov/industries-reopening-phase

    Oh look, the New York Forward Book with inspirational slogans by Guv Granny Killer himself.

    https://forward.ny.gov/

    And for all you Stasi wannabes:

    File a Complaint

    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo established the New York State PAUSE Enforcement Assistance Task Force to assist local authorities with enforcement of Executive Orders and restrictions on business operations and activities, as well as gatherings, during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

    Individuals can file complaints regarding the operation of businesses or gatherings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through an online form or by calling 1-833-789-0470.

    (Note: Specific complaints from employees against their employers should be directed to the Department of Labor through their online form.)

    These complaints are reviewed for completeness, accuracy, and applicability under the orders, and then referred to local authorities (as designated by county leaders) by a team of investigators from multiple state agencies. In addition to assessing the credibility of complaints, these skilled investigators can assist local authorities in their front-line role of responding to alleged violations of the orders by providing guidance on available civil and criminal enforcement tools.

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    • Krystal says:

      Oh good – another snitch place. Investigate everyone except the Governor, his staff, legislators, politicans, police – there should be a complaint line for leaving tips on corruption – but we know they will never be investigated.

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  4. sunnyflower5 says:

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  5. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    These next 6 months are going to be like nothing ever seen in this country. This 2020 election is the Last Super Bowl. If The Donald isn’t already holding The Rook to be played not for a TD but to actually win and end the game then we’re all going down with him.

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    • jay says:

      WHEN Trump is re-elected we should expect kicking and screaming for 4 more years. Hopefully, we can retire Nancy and stop the impeachments AND we hold the Senate to get things done. Otherwise it’s going to a feces swinging festival for at least two years.

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      • Peter Jordan says:

        The demon possessing Nancy is growing tired. She will not survive 4 more years.

        Liked by 4 people

      • MamaTried says:

        In light of things, we need to be very aware of Governor races this Nov too. 26 – 24 is current situation – need more RED

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      • Robert Smith says:

        I think it’s more likely there is Trump elected but with a Democrat House and Senate.

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        • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

          We’d better not let that happen again.

          I’m still so angry at people who were posting here about their poor GOP House and Senate candidates. In November, it doesn’t matter, majorities are most important, individual candidates do not. The time to rid RINOs is during the primaries, in November we all need to vote straight GOP, give Trump the majorities, and stop the nonsense going in the House.

          If we had lost the Senate majority in 2018 along with the House majority, Trump would have been removed from office already. This sobering fact needs to be ever-present in the minds of Trump supporters.

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          • Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

            Another sobering thought: Ginsburg is probably not going to make it through Trump’s second term. Give away the Senate majority and kiss goodbye any hope of replacing that witch with a conservative justice.

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            • Robert Smith says:

              It can always get worse.

              I’ll say Ginsberg dies a month before the election and Republicans don’t move to replace her. How is that for depressing?

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          • Robert Smith says:

            I see it as difficult that they steal the Presidential election. I also feel some UniParty coordination and illegal voting have a good chance of making it Trump vs DC officially.

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    • LafnH20 says:

      Yes. Yes We Are.

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  6. Eric says:

    Tonight at 8PM…

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  7. Sherri Young says:

    I’m with Rand on this.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      Full halt on FISA. Draconian reform over 6-9 months. Talk to me when you’re done.

      You say tt’s “critical” that you have your precious FISA Court Secret Surveillance Powers? Well, you better get steppin’ with the reforms, then, pal. The sooner you clean your bedroom, the sooner you get your Nintendo DS back.

      What’s the worst that can happen in those 6-9 months? It seems to me that “terrorists” who are already under surveillance will continue to be under surveillance. And Five Eyes can continue in it’s current “back channel” role.

      It’s funny how during the whole PATRIOT Act “debate”, the Control Freaks and their obedient Sheep would exclaim “The Constitution is not a suicide pact!“. Yeah. Well, how’d that turn out? I say: not too good.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Sounds like a freudian slip. Like they intended to use the Patriot Act as a pact to suicide the Constitution. So in their campaign they accused (projected upon) the Constitution (their intent) of it being a suicide pact.

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    • JCM800 says:

      ASAP!

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    • We need hundreds of Rand Paul’s in Congress!

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  8. sunnyflower5 says:

    What did Lori’s husband do when she didn’t return home from working at Joe Scarborough’s election office? Did his heart break when he considered an affair took place? Did the husband receive any settlement from Joe Scarborough? Did the husband sign a NDA in return? Did the husband ever find the medical examiner to be a creepy, weirdo, who lost his license, that donated to the Scarborough’s campaign. Were Lori’s parents comfortable with the investigation? How does Joe Scarborough ever joke about the death of an intern who was found in his office? Did Lori’s husband pen a letter to Joe Scarborough about that? Why not?

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    • Declan says:

      Trump seriously needs to stop tweeting about this. What is he thinking?

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    • Who “jokes” about the death of an intern? That jerk should be investigated just based on that. Worse, is that if you apply the left’s version of Flynn’s guilt, Joe Scarborough admitted to killing the intern at least twice, he must be guilty.

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Of course he’s friends with Pierre Delecto.

      Two weird sociopaths

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      • sunnyflower5 says:

        Declan / Delecto.
        multiple personalities?

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        • Declan says:

          Yea I’m a troll for thinking Trump needs to stop tweeting about Joe Scarborough’s dead intern.

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          • Sharon says:

            Oh look Mika’s twin is here!

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          • Joemama says:

            PDJT has access to intelligence assets that you do not. It is highly likely that there is a VERY good reason why he is doing this. PDJT is not insensitive to the effect this has on the deceased woman’s husband and family.

            At this point, I can only conclude that there was a murder that needs to be prosecuted.

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          • III% says:

            You can think about it all you want. You can even talk about it, write a post about it, send a letter to the editor. What makes you any better than the President? It’s called free speech and POTUS get’s it too.
            Also, it might not hurt you to read up on the history of the coroner who conducted the autopsy. From some of the things I have seen, he was shoddy at best. It is not out of the realm that he was paid off to falsify the autopsy and state that the death was “an unknown medical problem” that caused her death.
            IF someone DID kill that woman, do you think ANYONE has the right to say they don’t need to face justice for it?

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          • doyouseemyvision says:

            Yeah, it’s Delecto. Same message as in Romney’s tweet.

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    • Reserved55 says:

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    • StanH says:

      There must be some revealing tape of Mitt on Jeffery Epstein’s Pedo Island. This man is a insufferable jerk. A bought and paid for swamp rat.

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    • TexanInFL says:

      He’s giving ole “Joe” some of his own medicine. Hurts like heck doesn’t Joe…

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    • emeraldcoaster says:

      Romney, “I know Joe Scarborough. Joe is a friend of mine.“ That speaks volumes. As a FL-1 resident when Morning Joe represented the district and the woman died, there was a collective gasp throughout the community. Many folks thought and voiced exactly what President Trump is articulating now. Romney again puts his Never-Trump foot forward…and the other one in his mouth.

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    • listingstarboard says:

      Wonder how much money it takes to make a family member not want to punish the killer of their son or daughter.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I know Romney doesn’t care about anyone. An interesting move to outside of his normal anything but Trump stance.

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    • Lady in Red says:

      I’ll admit, I think PDJT’s tweets may be a problem for some independents/conservative s. For a number of older women I know, this is the type of thing that turns them off. I also worry how it will be used against him during the campaign to incite the “feelings” crowd. HOWEVER, when PDJT is this aggressive he definitely knows something. IMO. Of course, everyone feels badly for the family. But did they just shut up, with no unanswered questions, about Joe’s involvement? If so, why? Reminds me of Chris Stevens’ family who didn’t seem to want to question Hillary. And Seth Rich? I know a family who lost a loved one to (cold case) homicide. However painful, they would welcome closure. If it were my family, and there were unanswered questions, what bigger voice than the President’s to shine a light? And did Mitt also have a problem when his “friend” joked about on air?

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  9. Eaglet says:

    Kathy Griffin must be lonely in her liberal state and the fact she is locked down. Maybe a visit for the Secret Service can lighten her spirits a bit. SMH

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  10. sunnyflower5 says:

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  11. No more Mr Nice Guy

    – Declassify by the boatload
    – Establish an election integrity task force.
    – Grenell to head FBI
    – Arrest politicians like Chicago mayor for closing down churches

    Feel free to add

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  12. sunnyflower5 says:

    Retweet

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    • ms Idaho says:

      Many alive today know nothing about Watergate. Can someone do a brief side by side?

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      • Doppler says:

        1972 Nixon re-election vs McGovern. CIA personnel including Cuban leftovers from Bay of Pigs helped Committee to Re-elect the President (CREEP) break into and bug DNC HQ at the Watergate, but were caught in the act. Major coverup (“third rate burglary”), until after Nixon re-elected.

        Meanwhile, J Edgar Hoover died, and his associate FBI Director Mark Felt did NOT get promoted. Bitter, he became Deep Throat, providing key leaks to Bob Woodward, whose reporting triggered Congressional hearings, which uncovered that Nixon had taped everything, which revealed high crimes and misdemeanors. Woodward got all the credit, but it was just another example of FBI and CIA working in dysfunctional coordination to subvert the Constitution, using their secrecy to conduct organized crime or pursue personal vendettas..

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        • ms Idaho says:

          doppler. thank you. do you think the snowflakes will understand?

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        • starfcker says:

          Nixon was the most successful Progressive President of our lifetime. He created OSHA. He created the EPA. He signed The Endangered Species Act. He signed the Marine Mammal protection act. He ended the Vietnam War. Hold on, go back to that one. He ended a war? That’s not allowed. We shot up the last President that wouldn’t fight. Muh profiteering. Find a way to get rid of him. Do it now.

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        • Jim in TN says:

          They were caught while removing the tap.

          The entire paranoid sideshow was unnecessary.

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        • Robert Smith says:

          it’s not like Nixon was going to lose either.

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      • HB says:

        President Trump got screwed but he was tipped off and fought back.

        President Nixon got blindsided and folded.

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      • WSB says:

        Nixon was framed into resigning from office. Same group of deep staters trying to rid themselves of an outsider President. The burglars were all CIA assets.

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        • Pokey says:

          Agreed. I did not like Nixon but Kissinger was the biggest problem. His detente with China is why we are dealing with those Communists today. As I saw it, Nixon got railroaded out of Washington for hating the leftist media. Some things are just constant in politics.

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  13. Reserved55 says:

    Excellent read

    Purge stifles anti-Trump resistance at White House, ODNI
    By Bill Gertz – The Washington Times
    Tuesday, May 26, 2020

    “Cuts of hundreds of staff members at the White House and at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have curbed leaks and stifled anti-Trump activists within both agencies, according to senior administration officials.

    Acting DNIRichard Grenell, who stepped down Tuesday, streamlined ODNI in his four months in office by reducing staff and contractor positions by as much as 400.

    Mr. Grenell said other positive reforms during his brief stint included declassifying congressional testimony showing no collusion between Trump officials and Russia in 2016, and imposing rules to protect the identities of U.S. officials inadvertently captured in overseas intelligence intercepts.

    The changes were aimed at shifting the focus of ODNI away from being a separate intelligence agency and toward its original mission as a coordinating body for 17 U.S. spy services.

    “My philosophy going in to ODNI was that it was designed to be a coordinating body of the intelligence agencies, not a competing agency,” Mr. Grenell, who is also leaving his concurrent post as ambassador to Germany, told The Washington Times in an interview.

    The new director of national intelligence, Rep. John Ratcliffe, Texas Republican, was confirmed by the Senate last week and was sworn in at the White House on Tuesday. Mr. Grenell is now in line to be named by Mr. Trump as chairman of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board.

    In response to questions about cracking down on unauthorized disclosures from within, Mr. Grenell revealed that his team had uncovered a leaker inside the office “clearly misusing classified information, and we referred the individual to the FBI.”

    https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/26/richard-grenell-robert-obrien-purge-stifles-anti-t/

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    • Jimmy R says:

      The word “purge” got a bad name in the 20th Century, due to the Soviet Union. I think it is a respectable word that needs to be rehabilitated. Purge the IC, the FBI and the DOJ, for starters.

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      • III% says:

        Oh I am completely good with the negative connotation. When I think of the people entrenched in those agencies, a true purge is what comes to mind. The lesson needs to be instilled that working against the interest of the people will not be tolerated.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Firing people is a far cry from executing them without trial.

        But I doubt many were fired by Grennell. He can cancel contracts, but firing government employees is difficult and involves long processes. More likely that people were transferred. And the big number is mostly contractors.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Grenell eliminated hundreds of positions that were open / unfilled. That didn’t involve any firings. He simply let attrition take care of the problem. He may have encouraged some of that attrition by his very visible actions. The Resistance moles realized their time was short so they got out of Dodge.

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  14. Koot Katmando says:

    Sen Rubio on Fox saying the process is not FISA but FISA was abused. Not one word about accountability of those who abused it. All about fixing the process so it can not be abused.
    Time to tear it down not more FISA>

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    • Reserved55 says:

      Corrupt Bushie

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    • Ken Lawson says:

      Rubio is one of the first that should be thrown out. He’s nothing but anti-Trump GOPe. Having lived in Miami and knowing much about him, I’ll just say that he’s corrupt and can’t be trusted.

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      • mariposa323 says:

        Amén ! He is also a Bushite . I’m in Miami too and my other big concern is Carlos Jiménez , Miami mayor who is totally anti-Trump RINO. Big ballot harvesting went on here , need to watch !!!

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    • mimbler says:

      Absolutely correct. If today’s process was used correctly it couldn’t be abused. So you have to jail the people that didn’t use it correctly. Otherwise it is like passing more laws against murder because people are still being murdered.

      It is basic logic that you can’t design a process that cannot be abused if people are willing to deviate from that process to further their agenda.

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  15. 2old2worry says:

    I think the whole game plan here, as Sundance has indicated, is to drag out the lockdown all the way to the election in order to justify voting by mail, which will insure the election of one of the weakest candidates the Dems could put forward. And we thought Hillary was a bad candidate. Ugh!

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    • Bill says:

      2old, but the dems have no justification for demanding vote by mail. We’re all wearing our masks and that makes us safe in public, right??- see you at the voting booth!!

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  16. 2old2worry says:

    I think the whole game plan here, as Sundance has indicated, is to drag out the lockdown all the way to the election in order to justify voting by mail, which will insure the election of one of the weakest candidates the Dems could put forward. And we thought Hillary was a bad candidate. Ugh!

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  17. islandpalmtrees says:

    The FBI documents that put Barack Obama in the ‘Obamagate’ narrative
    Agents fretted sharing Flynn intel with departing Obama White House would become fodder for ‘partisan axes to grind.’

    By John Solomon
    Last Updated:
    May 26, 2020 – 5:52pm

    Strzok had just engaged in a conversation with his boss, then-FBI Assistant Director William Priestap, about evidence from the investigation of incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, codenamed Crossfire Razor, or “CR” for short.

    Strzok related Priestap’s concerns about the potential the evidence would be politically weaponized if outgoing Director of National Intelligence James Clapper shared the intercept cuts with the White House and President Obama, a well-known Flynn critic.

    “He, like us, is concerned with over sharing,” Strzok texted Page on Jan. 3, 2017, relating his conversation with Priestap. “Doesn’t want Clapper giving CR cuts to WH. All political, just shows our hand and potentially makes enemies.”

    Click to access Strzok-PageTextsJan32017.pdf

    http://justthenews.com/accountability/russia-and-ukraine-scandals/fbi-documents-put-barack-obama-obamagate-narrative

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    • islandpalmtrees says:

      “He, like us, is concerned with over sharing,” Strzok texted Page on Jan. 3, 2017,

      It’s interesting to note that Clapper never had a choice but to provide the CR cuts to Obama, since Obama’s EO was signed on January 3,2017 too.. And, Strzok and Page apparently did not realize the EO was signed.

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      • islandpalmtrees says:

        Obama under his own order, executive order 12333, says to Clapper (DNI) – go get Flynn’s phone calls of 12/29/16. Clapper (DNI) in turn tells Comey (FBI) to get them.

        Note: Obama EO was issued on 1/3/2017

        Obama ordered the spying on Flynn!

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    • Deplore Able says:

      Question for Mr. Strzok concerning this text: Exactly what was the hand you were afraid to show? Did the hand have to do with taking down General Flynn? Were you afraid that Obama’s involvement might shed light on what you were trying to do in secret?

      “He, like us, is concerned with over sharing,” Strzok texted Page on Jan. 3, 2017, relating his conversation with Priestap. “Doesn’t want Clapper giving CR cuts to WH. All political, just shows our hand and potentially makes enemies.”

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  18. Koot Katmando says:

    https://www.politico.com/news/2020/05/27/marco-rubio-russia-obama-282878

    Most Rs in the senate are part of the resistance. Still peddling russia russia russia when our most dire threat is our own FBI, CIA and DOJ. FISA is more dangerous than the terror threat could ever be shut it down now.

    The US Senate sure looks like the enemy of the people from my view. Mitch McConnell how could you appoint this scum bag to the intel committee.

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    • Tl Howard says:

      A lot of people with a lot to hide…
      The status quo is easier for most people to accept than a change that results in the unknown. Donald Trump represented and still does represent to many, the unknown.
      We must remember just how many American voters don’t know ANYTHING of America before 1980 or so.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Control.

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  19. repsort says:

    voting won’t stop this. It’s gone too far for too long. The left will never stop. It’s now a binary outcome. Either they die or we die. A lot of you are clinging to hope. 3% of us know that we’re past that.

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    • Tom! says:

      Absolutely true.

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    • burginthorn says:

      Not really. All that needs to happen is the rule of law is adhered to. Do that and there’s no need for “Either they die or we die” at all. What you are seeing today is the result of decades of no accountability. Thankfully that is changing, and has been changing since the election of President Trump.

      This is about restoring law and order. It always has been.

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      • Bill says:

        Well said burgunthorn, sometimes we all need to refocus on what’s important.

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      • Jim in TN says:

        Barr is all about restoring the image of integrity, not actually restoring integrity.

        Restoring accountability would help restore integrity. But it would temporarily diminish the image of integrity.

        Funny how accountability is yet to be seen. For anything.

        But at least things have changed enough so that some truth can escape the censors.

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  20. Reserved55 says:

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  21. Risa says:

    A Chinese company has purchased GE’s appliance division.

    The same Chinese company owns Maytag, Whirlpool , Frigidaire, Kitchen Aid.

    So China now owns almost every formerly U.S. appliance brands.

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    • jaxnix says:

      Haier bought GE appliance division in 2016. Whirlpool remains US based with some (not all) US manufacturing facilities. Whirlpool did buy a Chinese company to make products to sell in China in 2011.

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      • Risa says:

        Jaxnix you are correct.
        I went to the WallStreet Journal for the article my husband was reading, and he obviously misinterpreted the information. But worse than our confusion over ownership of the other brands is our discovery that the GE appliances we are forced to buy, because it is all we can get serviced in our rural area, are from a Chinese company.
        Apologies for posting something inaccurate.

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    • cjzak says:

      Nope on Whirlpool. I do believe Whirlpool owns Kitchen Aid also. American company.

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  22. Reserved55 says:

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  23. pyromancer76 says:

    I was writing a reply to Jay at 10:20 decided to place it in the present.
    Don’t forget. This virus hardly affects anyone under 60. Get the flu; get over it; develop immunity. Kids can go to school. “Younger” adults can go back to work. We have lots of knowledge and more than adequate medical preparation. Open up the country – now.

    Oldsters will still need to take care. Keep immune system topped up. Use zinc +HCQ in prophylactic manner (like India).

    Masks work to reduce virus load from, underline from, people who wear them. Not good for exercising or outdoor life. Asian countries have used masks for decades to protect population from those are ill. Only the ill – cold, flu – wear them. Courtesy to others.

    Lots of info from doctors (East Virginia Med School one of the first with guidelines that I know of. Plenty of info on YouTube by doctors – before YouTube communists take the videos down. I think there are other ways to find them. (Free membership in MedCram, e.g.)

    Lots of info in research articles – except Lancet mostly fraud publishing – like Global-Warming-scam non-science publishing that calls itself “science”. Check research articles very carefully for methods, state of illness of pts when meds used, etc. See who the researchers are. I see too many articles touted with Chinese researchers. They are not to be believed today – and for a long time into the future.

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  24. starfcker says:

    Spent a little time watching the Governor Whitmer videos. Look what leftism has become. Rule by losers. When you take away competition, when you take away merit, when you take away striving, this is what you get. Losers. Competition weeds out the weak. Competition weeds out the moonbats. Competition weeds out the unprepared. Competition weeds out the incompetent. And then fair elections choose from the cream of the crop. No chance Whitmer is VP. The nursing home issue has pretty much disqualified all of the Dem Governors who participated. They might not know it yet, but that issues going to be front and center over the next few months.They bet it all and lost, and other people paid a very heavy price for their recklessness. So now the Democrats are going all-in on cheating and social media corruption. Just like the shamdemic, it’s going to be naked and in your face. Let’s see who can stop us. I’m betting on the President. Get rid of Barr and Wray, sir. Your inability to get those two agencies led by patriots has been a disaster. Fix that, Mr. President. The part of the country that counts is behind you. You’re not going to win over leftists. It’s a fine dream, but it’s not reality. Remember trying to trade the fate of the dreamers for commonsense immigration reform? They spit in your face. You thought there was something that they value. They value nothing. They don’t use logic. They don’t use common sense. They don’t evaluate anyting fairly or intelligently. They just hate. Ignore them. Keep reaching out if you want. But don’t neglect the job at hand.

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  25. fangdog says:

    Rubio is another politician dick-head waltzing through the corrupt halls of governance. Rubio as so with many or I should say most politicians, is in it for himself and himself only. When I think of Rubio I think of this little guy standing in high-heel shoes sweating like a race-horse while choking on his bottled water. Yeah, that’s about it when it comes crooked Rubio.

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  26. oldersoul says:

    Their national election plan may be as simple as this:

    Push vote-by-mail in their captive states, not so much to win their electoral votes (they are lost causes for now), but to run up the national popular vote margins.

    Then to steal swing battleground states that they have implanted with the ‘popular vote pledge’ device, even if those states locally voted to the contrary. They are planning to steal the swing states. The classic D strategy going back generations. People who remember even as recently as Ohio in 2012 know this has always been their little trick.

    In 2016, a beaten Hillary Clinton shrieked she won the national popular vote by 3 million to seed this theft plan. In fact, she won California by over 3 million illegal and fraudulent votes. California 2018 was a test run on a bigger scale, as traitorous Paul Ryan intentionally threw the House to them.

    In reality, they have become a national superminority party with a supermajority media voice. They are desperate. They are scared. Much of their Potemkin Village world is now crashing down around them, here in the US, and everywhere else. Obamagate is going to expose them, and eventually diminish their media cannons as effective weapons of mass illusion and popular brainwashing. They are now willing to approach the insane, the previously unthinkable.

    So all their masks have dropped, and they are driving full-bore to force their final objectives now, much sooner than they ever planned. They were hoping to cook the turtle, but the turtle has jumped their pot. They can no longer even field an effective national platform plank. It is straight out state socialism now. They are now cannibalizing elements of their base with the virus hail-mary. It has already failed. Their allies in the EU and China are similarly accelerating plans of desperation. The end is near. Their end.

    When a federal district judge in the most glamorous district in the nation goes openly rogue with judicial lunacy, obliterating all remaining trust in our justice structure, you know they are pulling out all the stops. They will sacrifice anything and anyone now to stop the collapse.

    All they have left are tricks, stunts, and the open destruction of a system that they can no longer fairly persuade. They are cornered. A cornered animal fights hardest and most viciously.

    Hang tough and remain ferocious down the stretch. This is their Vistula. We have time, reality, and numbers on our side. We will soon be separating the sheep from the goats among us on a mass scale.

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  27. Reserved55 says:

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    • GB Bari says:

      Twitter is no longer an independent unbiased “platform” protected from lawsuits. They have opened themselves to litigation for harming people due to Twitter’s publishing decision to add content that may not be true.

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  28. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    The POTUS-Scarborough thing isn’t hard to understand. Sure, POTUS may want to leave it alone now that the widower is saying things, but POTUS did what he wanted to do and that’s why he did it.

    1. Smear Scarborough

    You smear Scarborough using the techniques used against you (POTUS) for the last three years. Rumor and innuendo. You couch it in ways that are not legally defamatory (ask questions rather than assert facts). You put Scarborough (and his defenders) on defense right when they’re trying to go on offense.

    This isn’t tiddly winks. The Coup (including the Coup Media) has been trying to take down POTUS for more than three years. He’s getting payback now, his way. Not your way, those of you who disapprove, his way.

    This is a message to Scarborough and the rest of the media — I can hurt you, too. This isn’t a one-way street.

    2. Distraction

    If Mitt Romney and the pearl-clutching media is focused on defending Scarborough and the woman’s widower, guess what they’re not talking about? Oh yeah, that virus thing that’s right around 100,000 deaths now.

    You can’t headline two stories at once. So if the headline is Scarborough, it’s not the virus. And so forth.

    POTUS is who he is. You punch him, he punches back harder. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. But let’s not pretend we didn’t know about this beforehand. It’s why he was elected. To fight, not to roll over.

    Finally, if the widower is so outraged now then it needs to be asked if he was outraged when Scarborough and Don Imus disgustingly made fun of the incident years ago. If you’re upset at POTUS now, then you should be upset at Scarborough for opening Pandora’s Box on the subject some time ago. Just as Press Sec said yesterday in the briefing.

    I’m over the fainting spells and pearl-clutching on the subject. Politically, it might make sense for POTUS to move on now, but what happened here is not a mystery and I’m happy to see POTUS inflicting some pain on a Resist Media that deserves it.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      Here’s a write-up basically saying what I’m saying here. Again, not complicated concepts we’re dealing with here. You don’t have to agree with POTUS from a strategic standpoint, but what he’s doing isn’t hard to grasp:

      https://thefederalist.com/2020/05/26/medias-unpunished-lies-hurt-the-nation-far-worse-than-trumps-indefensible-tweets/#.Xs3V0JcuZvY.twitter

      I personally think the attacks against Scarborough have been very effective, until the widower came into play.

      And if you want to know why POTUS is still making attacks today, it’s because he wants everyone to know that bringing out the woe-is-me widower isn’t going to stop him, either. That is, POTUS will stop when he decides to stop, not when anyone else externally tells him to do so.

      This is about power and power politics. I get it.

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      • Reserved55 says:

        MoaningMika

        It’s our job to control the message

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      • Troublemaker10 says:

        That’s actually a really good article and I said much the same to friends back in 2016. I’m supposed to be outraged over Trump’s rhetoric while everyone else says worse?

        First, Trump never starts it. He is a counter puncher. In fact, Trump prefers to get along and even compliment people as relationships built. He gave compliments to Pelosi, Dem governors, etc until the they turned hateful toward him.

        Second, he fights. And I am grateful he does even if brutal at times.

        Third, Trump takes real criticism rationally when it is not personalized as malicious attack. Rand Paul, for example, disagrees respectfully with Trump often enough and they are good friends who still work together politically.

        Fourth, why has there been no outrage from the left, media, etc over the past three years when Scarborough has personally and falsely maliciously spread conspiracy theories against Trump? Scarborough has literally called Trump an agent of Russia, a sexual assaulter, mentally ill, authoritarian (inferring Nazi-like) and even worse. That doesn’t even include the vile guests who said worse.

        Where we’re all those virtue signalers to defend the false attacks on Trump for three years (including Republicans) who are so upset over Trump’s rhetoric?

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  29. JCM800 says:

    https://www.scotusblog.com/2020/05/court-rejects-at-least-for-now-governments-request-to-block-ohio-prisoner-release-plan/

    Release Thousands of Convicts (including Murderers and Rapists) to prevent them from getting sick/ The Mystery Flu.
    +
    Pass Laws Forcing the Public to Wear Masks which conceal Identity/Facial Recognition.
    +
    Shut down Businesses creating Millions of Unemployed and the accompanying Financial Hardships.
    +
    Fail to Deport Millions of Illegal Aliens.
    =
    Crime Tidal Wave

    PS. (Crime always rises when teenagers are out of school)

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  30. jeans2nd says:

    Matt Gaetz is on w/Steve Bannon right now. There is funny business going on with FISA reform.
    Sen Mike Lee has proposed reforms that would add to our bloated bureaucrat masters.

    Socialist democrats want no change, and plan on removing Sen Lee’s reforms.
    Typhoid Nancy, of course, allows no Republican input; her sheep will vote how Typhoid Nan tells the sheep to vote.

    The Freedom Caucus wants to eliminate FISA altogether, or require probable cause at the very least.

    Matt Gaetz has lost 40 pounds since the hiatus, using the easiest diet known to man – he stopped eating. Gaetz looks great.
    Should you care to hear Gaetz’s views, catch his podcast called Hot Takes with Matt Gaetz, currently on Apple and Spotify.

    Section 230 of Communications Act is also in Freedom Caucus’ crosshairs. Gaetz wants to go after @jack’s censorship as an in-kind campaign contribution to Joe Biden.
    Looks like @jack finally went one step too far.

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  31. Reserved55 says:

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  32. islandpalmtrees says:

    New Strzok Page Text Messages – released 5/26/20 by John Solomon

    It’s important to note youtube has removed Hannity’s video. Censorship in action! We also know, Twitter is attempting to do the same kind of thing on President Trump. We really, badly need an alternative to these companies – now!

    On 1/3/2017 – they were concerned about the White House being after the Flynn phone calls.

    At 49.00 or t=2940 New Strzok Page Text Messages
    ***http://youtu.be/olAUSpF9Cuo?t=2940***

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  33. JCM800 says:

    If you believe All the Fires in Mexican Border States, specifically California, were not Arson, you may be believing the Globalist Media Lies as they certainly don’t want to blame the Open Border Cartel War, which is underway.
    The Cartels Burn areas of California (and other border States) to Punish and drain resources away from the Authorities Interdiction of their Operations.

    https://www.breitbart.com/border/2020/05/24/watch-two-men-cross-border-into-arizona-start-fires-return-to-mexico/

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  34. islandpalmtrees says:

    Sundance, please consider an article on Censorship .

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  35. sunnyflower5 says:

    As Sundance wrote “Note the issue of greatest concern to the command authority of Twitter is specifically mail-in ballots; this is not accidental.”

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  36. wtd says:

    Branco Cartoon – Sketchy Joe

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  37. jeans2nd says:

    Wilburine was on with Maria B this morning, discussing today’s space launch – 4:33 p.m. don’t miss it! – and of course, Maria B had a few more questions.

    Sec Ross comments on space, space being our newest Commerce and war-fighting domain.
    Sec Ross also comments on response to Hong Kong crisis, Huawai, the new chip maker in AZ, and 33 ChiCom companies recently being blacklisted from the NYSE. Terribly interesting interview this morning. 6:31

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  38. Reserved55 says:

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  39. jeans2nd says:

    Fellow Non-Essential Deplorables, this is big. Really big. YUGE !!!

    State Dept has issued a statement just now – Jason Miller

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    • Reserved55 says:

      PsychoJoe’s Democrat Governors are euthanizing seniors in nursing homes.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Beau Geste says:

        As for ‘euthanizing seniors” in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania:
        What is the difference between:
        1. NAZI German imprisonment and gas chamber killing of innocent people in the 1940’s,
        and

        2. The incarcerating imprisonment of nursing home residents by dem governors, preventing them from having contact with healthy friends and family, and forcing themwhile jailed, into infectious contact with deadly-infected new patients forced into their midst by government order, resulting in their death (knowing that close, communal living promotes infection)?
        None, IMHO. There should be, and will be, I hope, wrongful death class actions, and actions for (extreme) denial of civil rights under color of law, against these unconstitutional government jailings and killings. It should be an easy case, with proof that the lawless ‘officials’ removed their own relatives before the death-jailing orders !!!

        Any interference with The First Amendment, 5th Amendment (taking of business property and jobs without just compensation) and 13th/14th Amendments (no involuntary servitude except for crimes) cannot be violated by the States, except perhaps by the MINIMUM necessary for the china virus ’emergency’.
        The alleged purpose of the shutdown and jailing order was allegedly to ‘flatten the curve’ to prevent hospital overload, which was already done (many hospitals are going broke because they are empty. Moreover, and most important, it was not “necessary” to imprison healthy people and destroy their businesses and livelihood to ‘flatten the curve’.
        It has been held a civil rights violation to quarantine those with AIDS/HIV and Ebola virus. It is not acceptable to imprison healthy people, and force them to be infected by compelling new, known-sick people to be placed in contact with them while they imprisoned in their nursing homes.

        Isn’t this is much like the US Army knowingly infecting Native Americans with smallpox.

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  40. mostlyogauge says:

    Cuomo now says they got it all wrong:
    **https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/andrew-cuomo-killed-more-new-yorkers-than-osama-bin-laden/

    Remove the asterisks from in front of the url then past into your browser address box.

    So, they say they got it all wrong. Wow. Where is the accountability? Who will get fired? Who must resign? Who gets prosecuted? Who goes to prison? Or is this just going to be an “Ooopsie!”?

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  41. Troublemaker10 says:

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  42. scrap1ron says:

    Guv Granny Killer goes to the White House to rattle his tin cup today. I’d love to be a fly on that wall.

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2020/05/27/cuomo-and-trump-to-meet-at-the-white-house-n2569526

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  43. Todd says:

    HomeElections and Voter InformationVoting ResourcesVoting in California
    Voting at a Polling Place after Applying to Vote by Mail
    Even if you receive your vote-by-mail ballot, you can change your mind and vote at a polling place on Election Day. To do so, you can: California Republicans if you vote absentee take it to a polling station Election Day!!

    Mark your ballot and seal it inside the mailing envelope provided by your county elections official. Be sure to sign and date the outside of the envelope in the space provided. Then bring the sealed envelope to any polling place in your county, or to your county elections office between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
    OR
    Bring your unused vote-by-mail ballot to your local polling place anytime between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Election Day and give it to a poll worker, who will exchange it for a polling place ballot you can use instead.

    If you do not bring your vote-by-mail ballot with you, you will not lose your opportunity to vote at a polling place on Election Day. A poll worker will provide you with a provisional ballot, which will be counted after your county elections official has confirmed you are registered to vote in that county and did not vote more than once in that election.

    Voting in California
    Who Can Vote in California
    Registering to Vote
    Where and How to Vote
    Election Dates
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  44. Reserved55 says:

    Picking Up My Ballot”?
    Ballot harvester in #CA25 Santa Clarita CA picking up “only people who are supporting the Democratic party

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  45. Free Speech says:

    This deal with China is no different than Putin’s move into Crimea. China deserves every admonition and sanction Russia has gotten!

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  46. Liberty Forge says:

    They say hindsight is 2020, and as such, this video from March is a lot more understandable.

    We now more fully realize that we are ‘being played’, and this video rings an awful lot of alarm bells that we really need to hear & pay attention to.

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  47. wxobserver says:

    Interesting…the DC Court of Appeals (not sure that’s the right name for it) may have set a “recusal trap” for Judge Sullivan. If he responds to the order to defend his actions he may be, by definition, impartial in the matter and forced to recuse himself from the case. Kind of like a Catch-22. I’m not a lawyer and have no idea how this will play out but it’s an interesting concept:

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/05/27/michael-flynn-judge-emmet-sullivan-needs-to-recuse-himself-already/

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