July 2nd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1260

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1,101 Responses to July 2nd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1260

    • dd_sc says:

      I didn’t make that connection.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Jim in TN says:

        Not sure the connection is good. Arrest was from another district.

        But he was powerful. Could have been obstructing.

        On the other hand, he was being promoted to make room for a gadfly. And he was fired after making a stink. The stink succeeded in ditching the gadfly and elevating his deputy.

        Nothing in that was firing for cause and nothing would stop malicious interference.

        I lean more toward the previously mentioned distraction. This much belated arrest and that of a ring leading vandal. “Oh my god, Barr is finally making arrests.”

        Yet still no word about the lawyer who altered evidence, and both Comey and McCabe were given free passes.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Sammy says:

          What are you talking about, just a bunch nonsence, southern district of New York was the arresting district same one SDNY is the South District of New York

          So many trolls in
          Consertive sites.


        • Sammy says:

          @9L gagfly.. You mean someone the President thinks did a good job in his pervious position, has loyalty to to the Preisdent’s policies and not the left wing deep stare.

          Who are you kidding???


    • Tom W. says:

      She’ll be “Epsteined” if she doesn’t suicide first. Knows too much.


      • More Bore says:

        I assume SDNY will offer her immunity if she talks – but only about people they don’t like. We all know who that means.

        They really don’t even need it to lead to criminal charges. just leak a couple selected interview lines to the press in October.

        Bet on it.


    • JAS says:

      She is going to “hang herself” unfortunately…. Yeah right!


  1. Troublemaker10 says:


    “In a 2019 documentary about Evergreen, Weinstein said, “This isn’t about free speech, and this is only tangentially about college campuses. This is about a breakdown in the basic logic of civilization, and it’s spreading. College campuses may be the first dramatic battle, but of course this is going to find its way into courts. It’s already found its way into the tech sector. It’s going to find its way to the highest levels of governance, if we’re not careful. It actually does jeopardize the ability of civilization to continue to function.”

    Liked by 6 people

    • A generation radicalized beyond reason and agitated beyond their intelligence.

      We’re dealing with morons.

      Anyone who gives any ground to these drones is a moron himself.

      Liked by 22 people

      • Free Speech says:

        It seems that the whole purpose of Derida in creating Postmodernism was to make people irrationally emotional and immune to reason.

        Liked by 3 people

      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        “A generation radicalized beyond reason and agitated beyond their intelligence.”

        Sums it up perfectly.

        Liked by 11 people

      • bessie2003 says:

        Not just being radicalized, but being radicalized while on drugs, whether marijuana or any of the synthetic prescription or illegal ones out there readily available – minds ripe for brainwashing, zombied children. Paranoia was always present in those who “used” or smoked that stuff in the 60’s and 70’s so add in the normal paranoia such use comes with the constant browbeating of how bad our nation is to these young, frangible minds, and what did we expect.

        I have absolutely no sympathy for Mr. Weinstein, he enabled those young minds by omission of making them face and question what he, and others, were teaching, believing he and his fellow professors were so damn smarter than everyone else – roosters coming home.

        Sorry, still ticked off no civic groups have started forming in order to repair, restore or replace the damaged statues, monuments, historic markers.

        Liked by 1 person

        • boogywstew says:

          Don’t we need to wait until whoever is responsible for this damage to be identified? If I thought Harvard might be responsible, with their billions in assets, I might restore or I might just want a whole new casting. Knowing who’s paying and how deep their pockets are will make a difference. I want “better than new” to be the standard. I don’t want slight stains in the marble, I want new marble. If I participate in restoring something, I would naturally give a break to a civic organization or charity. If I found out later that a millionaire caused and payed for the damage, it would smoke my a$$ to think that I gave a discount.

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          • bessie2003 says:

            I don’t want to wait since it seems the sooner these monuments are put back on their pedestal the sooner these criminals discover their kind is not wanted or actions acceptable;

            and would think law enforcement can get the forensics right speedily enough to enable quick repairs and still have enough they would need to get guilty pleas or verdicts.

            Agree, if replacements are needed we should be sure the artists who win the bids are fairly compensated and any deep money that funded the criminals should also be charged with aiding, abetting. Ten year minimum sentences sounds good to me!

            Liked by 1 person

      • kenji says:

        You mean like my SF Bay Area lilywhite suburban neighbors who have all put up BLM signs in their front windows? I’m one of two houses on my cul de sac who have said NO to Marxist racial agitprop

        Liked by 9 people

        • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

          Lol Kenji,

          No signs here but the neighborhood FB page contains lots of virtue signs in everyone’s portrait pics.

          Nobody is excited about my boat races. I thought it was a great way to get the kiddos outside.

          I wonder if having my nickname “Deplorable” scares them away?


      • MustangBlues says:

        Clivus: Good Point: ”A generation radicalized beyond reason and agitated beyond their intelligence.”

        But it is worse than that: what you see in the streets today are the grandkids of the 60’s radicals, who are now deep inside academia and all education. We have 3 generations of radicalized know nothings, uncivilized and feral dangers to all.

        Liked by 2 people

    • iswhatitis says:

      Paulina Enck tweet says: “The protests at Evergreen State College were a Cassandra-esque prophecy we naively ignored, believing these things wouldn’t happen outside the insulated and hyper-leftist bubble of academia.

      That’s great if Paulina and others are finally “waking up”, but many of “we” have been warning about this since then and even before.

      Glad to see more awakening, but please don’t speak “we” for every one of us; recognize it is “you” and not “we”. Many of “we” have been aware for a long time now.

      Welcome to the awakened.

      Liked by 4 people

      • sunnydaze says:

        That line really caught my eye too.

        Glad she finally woke up but ….dang, girl! A LOT of people knew exactly where this was going, cuz Guess What? ——>>>> History Repeats!

        Especially when it’s ignored , buried , or obfuscated.

        The Unis that pushed this crap in the 2000’s were heavily influenced/populated by the extremists from the 60’s/70’s (who also influenced U.S. culture since then) , so……..

        Anyway, glad she’s putting 2 + 2 together now. Welcome to the Club and hope she continues on her search for truth.

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      • Kaco says:

        Well, everyone kept laughing at AOC when she came on the scene, now look at the power she wields within her party, A freshman congressman! I knew it then, I know it now. I told everyone to take it seriously, her publicity in the beginning was there for a reason to get us all acclimated to her presence.

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    • Magabear says:

      You’ll often hear people say that these college students will change once they get into the “real” world. Truth is, all too often the real world is being changed for them and by them. All it takes is a few SJW ‘s in the HR depart or upper management and poof, their goes normality.

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  2. Troublemaker10 says:

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  3. destashjan says:

    May I interrupt the doom and gloom and share Lee Greenwood’s updated God Bless the USA.
    Sung with the Air Force Band and the group Home Free.

    Liked by 21 people

  4. NJF says:


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  5. Troublemaker10 says:

    The left always hopes and cheers for the worst.

    Liked by 12 people

    • iswhatitis says:

      Paul Krugman tweet says: “As expected, a big number on jobs — bigger than most expected, but that hardly matters. This is a snapshot of the economy in the 2nd week of June, before the new wave of infections became obvious and things starting going to hell.


      “Before the Democrat’s plans to wreck America were fully in place. But don’t worry, they have more – much more – wrecking to come. Just wait and see!”

      Liked by 6 people

      • gsonFIT says:

        A legitimate economist wouldn’t make a statement that can be proven one way or the other in a couple of weeks. Economics is a social science but successful economist are so non-committal.

        If you ask three economist a question you will get a least 5 answers!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Keith Gibson says:

          gson–Harry Truman said that you can lay 10 economists on the floor in a straight line and they will all point in a different direction>

          Liked by 1 person

        • NvMtnOldMan says:

          gson—Harry Truman once said that if you lay a bunch of economists on the floor in a straight line they will all point in a different direction


        • JCM800 says:

          ceteris paribus kā″tər-ĭs păr′ə-bəs

          adv. With all other factors or things remaining the same.

          n. Literally, other things being equal; being evenly matched in other respects; other conditions corresponding, etc.: as, ceteris paribus, a large man is generally stronger than a small one.


    • Krugman is an “economist” the same way 0bama was a “constitutional law professor”

      Liked by 17 people

    • WSB says:

      Charm-free, as always!


  6. ltravisjr says:

    Hey, does WordPress have its own curated article preview system? When I go to WordPress.com to check my notifications, the main page has several, I guess “suggested” articles. Are they just a random sample or are they supposed to reflect what I am interested in (I am only subscribed to CTH)? I ask because of what I see. For instance, in addition to several obligatory Pride month articles and save for a couple “Q” type articles, these are the titles of all the political articles:

    Kayleigh McEnany and the Women Who DO PR For White Supremacy
    Should we allow President Trump to keep a job he is not doing?
    Performing Whiteness (how white bodies rely on racism)
    “It Will Just Go Away” (criticising Trump’s handling of the virus)
    Support the Fight Against Inequality
    Trump has “gone awol”…
    Why Does Trump Put Russia First?
    Trump’s Symbol of Hate
    Treason, Thy Name IS Trump
    Tucker Carlson, Prophet of Doom
    More Testing, Less Testing – The President Has No Plan

    So is WP just simply dominated by left wing bloggers or does WP pick only left wing content and ignore the conservative content when deciding what what to suggest to me?

    Liked by 4 people

  7. sync says:

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    • sync says:

      Every night all over New York city…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Deplore Able says:

      The present mayor has allowed NYC to sink into the category of a S—hole city. Who would want to spend a million to buy an apartment in a S—hole city?

      Liked by 4 people

      • henry says:

        Perhaps that is his plan? Drive rich white elites out of Manhattan and other pricey neighborhoods and let his brilliant wife’s kins and others take over those properties?

        Kind of have the same idea about CA and Newsom.

        Liked by 2 people

        • bertdilbert says:

          Wait until they lose property tax revenue and the rich flee the city. Trump needs to move the financial district to Florida…

          Liked by 4 people

          • boogywstew says:

            There is a MONSTER big expense sitting in the wings for property owners in NYC that has already been approved. Buildings in NYC will be audited as to their carbon footprint. This will additionally open the floodgates for bribery, extortion and blackmail. Throw in UNIONS doing much (All?) of the work and NYC determining who gets fiscal assistance and your property taxes will dwarf your mortgage. Building owners will have to re-finance their mortgages and what will happen to insurance rates where looting and arson are semi-legal.


          • suicdeclutch63 says:

            One of the things we are hearing is that because of Covid, we aren’t going back to normal, namely the numbers of people who will work from home. If you can work from home, you can work from anywhere which means you don’t have live in the most expensive city in the country or one or the ridiculously expensive suburbs in NJ and CT. Can you image what NYC will look like in 10 years if huge numbers of people work remotely and can live where ever they want? NYC could become a ghost town of empty buildings. The only people left behind will be those that can’t afford to leave. In this scenario, it could likely become the NYC of “Escape New York” fame. crazy. I used to live there and couldn’t get out of there fast enough once I had enough and that was 15 years ago. I can’t imagine living there now.


        • harrietht3 says:

          Well — since the goal of the DeBlasio communists (see for example, Diana West’s important expose of said communists, published at her website several weeks ago) is the abolition of private property, I’d say the mayor is right on track for making NYC uninhabitable for hundreds of thousands of residents, who, having left the city have perhaps unintentionally greased the skids for the DeBlasio comrades to move in.

          Liked by 2 people

    • kenji says:

      … while mortgage rates are barely scraping 3%


      • sunnydaze says:

        And people in other states are selling properties the second they hit the market.

        I know a couple peeps in that category. One was sold sight unseen. Full asking. All the buyer saw was pics on the internet.

        Gotta say tho, the NYC (and Seattle) peeps who are just now putting properties on the market are not too bright. It’s been pretty clear now for over a year exactly where this town was heading.

        NYC had it’s Big Comeback once before. It may not happen this time around.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      wow. Dropped by 54%.

      Next Step: TV’s “NY MIllion Dollar Listing” show is cancelled. Or re-runs only – til viewers catch on. Wait for it.

      Liked by 3 people

  8. I’ve heard that in Texas, everyone that “contact tracers” find that a positive patient has come in contact with are being counted as new “cases” of the Wuhan Flu. I find it hard to believe and have not found a link to support. Is this rubbish? It would explain the massive number of new cases being reported – which make no epidemiological sense.

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    • dawg says:

      I heard that too somewhere


    • doyouseemyvision says:

      Here it is. Collin County, Texas. Plano. Click on the video link in the article to hear Collin Cty officials discuss how they are including ‘presumed cases’ in their overall case count. A ‘presumed case’ is simply someone who has been in contact with a confirmed case, but not tested or confirmed. You can bet this is going on all over the country.

      With these rules for counting, we are in a 360 degree spiral because the case count will never go down, as people are by nature in contact with others. This is intended, I believe, to eliminate Trump rallies, usher mail-in voting, enforce masks indefinitely, people will WANT to get the vaccine and computer chip, and may introduce medical passports.

      This method of counting is nefarious as hell. And there is a clear objective for doing this.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TJ says:

      How many of the new test-positive cases have died?

      What’s the case mortality rate?

      Russia Russia Cases
      Russia Russia Ventilators
      Russia Russia Masks
      Russia Russia Racist


  9. Mortimer says:

    I would not argue against anyone who says the whole Epstein thing has been one massive coverip for many years including his death.

    That said, I am encouraged by this arrest of Maxwell because it makes no sense to arrest her if the goal is to continue a coverup. Maybe the worm of justice has finally turned?

    Liked by 5 people

  10. TexSwede says:

    The Russian bounty hoax takes an interesting turn.

    From Mollie Hemmingway at the Federalist.

    “Top committee staff for Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, were briefed in February on intelligence about Russia offering the Taliban bounties in Afghanistan, but he took no action in response to the briefing, multiple intelligence sources familiar with the briefing told The Federalist. The intelligence was briefed to Schiff’s staff during a congressional delegation, or CODEL, trip to Afghanistan in February.”


    I suspect this issue is about to die.

    Liked by 7 people

    • dawg says:

      “I suspect this issue is about to die.”

      I have thought that over and over again during the past few years when these ridiculous hoaxes keep popping up. Like, ” Surely nobody will buy into this and it will fizzle.”

      But time and again, through the power of the media, and aided by those on our own side who feed the narrative, these things grow longer legs and morph into something I never thought possible.


      • midtngal says:

        Yes, you are correct! I have (at least for now…) a very libtard friend (believes Hillary hung the moon!). When all the Russian prostitute pee story was going around, I said to her “I can’t believe you believe that stuff!”. Her answer to me…? “I can’t believe you don’t!” It’s just amazing to me what they will believe!

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    • henry says:

      Right after the great fiasco of Impeachment and SOTU.

      Liked by 1 person

    • You can tell democrats are panicked by the way they keep returning to the thoroughly debunked Russia! , Russia! , Russia! narrative like a dog returning to its own vomit.

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    • Hans says:

      My guess is that good old Adam Schiff was the one to leak it to the NYT… he just sat on it for a while waiting for an opportunity … after all the impeachment was just over and his traction in the MSM was pretty tarnished.

      Liked by 5 people

    • The Gipper Lives says:

      In February, Schiff stuck this info in his back pocket to use against President Trump later. He was hoping for some troop deaths in the mean time to manufacture another Impeachment Coup-Attempt.

      What a piece of human garbage.

      Liked by 10 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      “The intelligence was briefed to Schiff’s staff during a congressional delegation, or CODEL, trip to Afghanistan in February.”

      Ha ha Looks like I was right when I said it was “the Pelosi cut” for funding the Taliban. Congress went to Afghanistan to get their cash but it got confiscated. They needed a story to cover for the cash…. Presto Russia! .

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sherri Young says:

        Lest we forget, the recently fired IG of the State Dept, Steve Linick, was the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction immediately prior to his move to State.

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    • Deplore Able says:

      In February Schiff was briefed about the intelligence concerning Russian bounties. Schiff likely assumed that the President must also have been briefed. Then some unknown person tips the NTY about the story. I wonder who that might have been. In the search for the leaker, Schiff is now the prime suspect.

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  11. The lead singer for the Cure is right , the FBI has her manufacturing and composing.

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  12. Jan Sanne says:

    PT has to make a move on the economy soon. States closing back up, some stuck in “phase 2”. He needs 1 message about the cdc fake numbers, mask wearing, treatment successes, and media lies. Crucial swing states are being held down by dim govs.

    Liked by 3 people

    • trumpthepress says:

      In PA our communist Governor says we all need to wear masks now.

      Our local authorities have said they aren’t enforcing it. We are moving forward with only 600 something cases per day for the entire state.

      I am just waiting for the fake case numbers to go up to 1200 so they can panic people and say it doubled…

      Most people are ignoring the rules at this point. Hopefully that will be the case in most states.

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  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  14. Magabear says:

    So if you’re a Pennsylvanian or traveling thru the state, please make sure to bow before our newly crowned dictator, Herr Wolf. Our 5 leftists in black robes coronated him last night with unquestioned power, rendering the state legislature mere bystanders.

    And if you protest against this new dictatorship, Dr. Rachel Levine will find you and chase you around with a mask. Best to just shut up and mask up…..or else! 😒

    Liked by 1 person

    • trumpthepress says:

      We are ignoring everything he says at this point locally. He is a joke.

      Hopefully this Governor and others who sent Covid patients back to nursing homes to die and spread the virus will be prosecuted.

      Liked by 4 people

    • trumpthepress says:

      And we have lots of representatives like Doug Mastriano who are fighting hard to get this murdering crook.

      It’s not over yet – and the decision was 4-3 so we got 1 democrat judge to switch.

      And…he thinks he has a chance to get a veto proof majority. Watching closely.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Magabear says:

        The one demonrat judge wrote a concurring and dissenting opinion. That’s a new approach.

        Lots of good Republicans fighting the good fight here, but unless enough dimms turn on Emperor Wolf, his edicts will prevail.

        No way in hades am I wearing a mask outside, so if a LEO wants to arrest me for not having one on, then I’ll have standing for my lawsuit against Wolfie.

        MagaBear v Wolf/Levine……..could be a precedent setting case! 😁

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        • trumpthepress says:

          I don’t wear a mask. I will have it with me but never put it on. It’s ridiculous.

          I need a Wolf for Prison mask as a backup in case they force me to wear it.


        • boogywstew says:

          You do NOT have to wear a mask outdoors unless you can’t maintain a 6 ft distance. I provided the link to the ACTUAL Woof “order”, the whole pdf from yesterday and not someone’s summary.


  15. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I wonder if John Roberts’ name will show up now?

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  16. WeThePeople2016 says:


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    • thesavvyinvester says:

      If they use the HQC, I hope they also add the Zinc and the Zpac per the Dr. Zelenko Protocol…

      Liked by 4 people

    • Right Mover says:

      Herman Cain is a good man who beat cancer twice. Prayers for him.
      In 2012, he was a far preferable Presidential candidate to any of the final three: Mitt, Newt and Santorum.

      Liked by 6 people

    • rarcangelo says:

      Let’s ask ourselves the simple question… how do we know anyone is infected with a novel Corona virus if the test does not prove causation and there are no distinct symptoms to the exclusion of other illnesses??.


      • Rather misleading way to ask, to include false assertions in the question itself…

        1.) Medical tests usually DON’T prove causation. They merely identify the status of a condition. Suppose your x-ray shows pneumonia. That says nothing about where or when you got it. If your lipid panel indicates you have high cholesterol, it can’t determine whether the cause is genetic or dietary, or both. Likewise, a test for the presence of a virus doesn’t determine where you acquired it or how long you’ve had it.

        2.) There are several symptom collections unique to COVID-19 (lung scarring pattern, micro-hemorrhages/clotting rates, loss of smell and taste), but more importantly, any acute disease diagnosis has to pass through differentials. Anyone sick enough to go to hospital WILL get additional tests to “rule out” other kinds of diseases.

        Doctors do not rely on single-test results to make diagnoses of anyone severely ill. They factor in data from a combination of info gathering methods including patient/family history, UA, saliva, blood, stool samples, imaging, vitals and physical examinations (auscultation and palpating). Depending on those results, more specialized kinds of tests may also be ordered (genetic tests, sleep studies, EMGs, cardiac stress tests, psych evals etc.)


    • mazziflol says:

      They are already trying to link it to the Trump rally he attended.

      Liked by 1 person

  17. sunnydaze says:

    About a week ago, the BLM peeps in Seattle started going heavy w/ “Black Trans Lives Matter”. Seemed like aa weird add-on that could backfire against the movement.

    Anyway, looks like NYC is doubling down w/ this w/ a petition to take down the Cristopher Columbus statue and replace it with…….wait for it………a statue of a black trans woman murdered in the 90’s. 75K signatures!


  18. NJF says:


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  19. NJF says:

    Sometimes the most clear cut observations go unnoticed.

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  20. romy911 says:

    Jaxnix – thank you. Katica (CTH connection) on Twitter has Lynn Afendoulis and Peter Meijer as both openly supporting President Trump in interviews or online.
    Fred Upton is not listed as a MAGA candidate on her 2020 MAGA candidate list.

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    • romy911 says:

      Sorry – this was a response to jaxnix from his post 2 pages back about the Michigan District 3 (Justin Amash’s district) primary race.

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  21. WeThePeople2016 says:


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    • Eric C. says:

      I think this is a naturally spike once people are freed!

      I don’t think the first 15 day “safer at home” was a bad idea, the second 30 was annoying but do able. Doctors have a good feel on how to treat the severe patients.

      Time to move on with life unless we’re gonna do this every flu season, which would be disastrous for people’s health. We need to co-mingle and spread germs. That’s how we build immunity.

      Everyone have a great 4th of July weekend in the greatest nation that ever existed. My neighbor who had a Hilary sign up in 2016 had a huge American flag flying off his Jeep today. 95% of people love this country and just want to live their lives, I have great hope for the future.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Before you expose yourself to any News Media, remember

      Media Pushes:
      Extremes Stories
      and it’s Owner’s “Programming”

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    • Debra says:

      Declare your independence!

      From the masks.
      From the fear-mongering.
      From the control freaks who don’t want you showing others what FREEDOM looks like!

      Liked by 1 person

  22. The American Patriot says:

    Looks like political leaders (mayors, governors), who are the subject of recall movements, are punishing the people by cancelling Independence Day celebrations and scailing back the recovery phase due to deliberate late reporting of cases……so the economy can slowdown.

    The passion will not stop the movement towards their eventual ouster.

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  23. Guyski says:

    Berman fired.
    President Trump talks to the Queen of England.
    Ghislaine Maxwell arrested.

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  24. Troublemaker10 says:

    The radical socialist squad is taking control of the Dem party….it’s just a matter of time before they kick Pelosi and Schumer out.


    Freshman Dem ‘squad’ members join forces in new campaign fundraising effort
    (The four Dems will refuse to take money from police unions)



  25. Winston says:

    Keep America Great (Live Version) – Original Song for President Trump’s 2020 Campaign

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    • Bubby says:

      Contrast these young women to those in the BLM protests/riots screaming/swearing at cops calling them all kinds of names, being physically aggressive towards President Trump supporters, threatening to stab anyone who believes all lives matter! Good grief!


  26. cheryl says:

    Detroit Removes Thousands of Dead Registrants From Voter Rolls
    City officials cleaned up the voter rolls after the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a government watchdog, filed suit against them in December. Nearly 2,500 deceased individuals and 4,800 duplicate registrations were removed from the voter rolls. The officials have also moved to review another 16,465 registrants who lacked actual dates of registration.

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  27. IF you have to wear a mask due to an employer or totalitarian government, I recommend the airsoft wire mesh type masks that you can get at Amazon and elsewhere for about $15. Finally I can breathe again with almost no restriction to normal oxygen levels.

    Just remember to shape the mask to your face so that the pressure goes to your cheeks and not all on your nose. I try to avoid wearing them, but sometimes you just get stuck having to wear one.

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  28. Cathie says:

    Video worth the watch before it is taken down…

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  29. TexanInFL says:

    Moron on Rush today saying hospital ICUs in Panama City Beach are packed with COVID patients. As it happens I know that is a bald faced lie. Most people testing positive are asymptotic and studies show they don’t spread it. He also said most people he knows would vote for Cuomo???? than Trump… We are surrounded by morons.

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  30. NJF says:

    Smh. The media should be jailed. They literally don’t care if their BS gets people killed.

    My SIL dad got COVID while undergoing chemo (probably got wherever he got his treatment) and I make sure to tell every person that he was given this cocktail & was sent home 4 days later.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      Well we are now up to 49 studies with positive results using hydroxychloroquine.

      How many studies does it take for the CDC, NIH and FDA to admit their organizations are full of crap and totally politicized.

      Mr. President – time to include some independent medical experts into your Pence CV Team.

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  31. Troublemaker10 says:

    That was beautifully done.

    After the song there is a bit of history about both Francis Scott Key and the third stanza (heirlings and slaves) of his poem for context (that some find objectionable).

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  32. sunnydaze says:

    These parents in States where the Public Schools are shutting down next year should really get motivated to find/organize Private/Charter schools their kids can attend.

    They’ve only got a couple months to get it together.

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    • suicdeclutch63 says:

      I live in one of those states with kids in 5th and 7th grade. I have seriously thought about this. My school would be much better than the public school system here in Seattle. Everyone I tell about this idea looks at me like I am crazy but then continue to complain about kids home schooling next year because public schools won’t be open.

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      • sunnydaze says:

        It may be hard to find a group of like-minded people in Seattle, but don’t give up.

        There are soooo many people around who could be hired to give instruction in private classes. All you need is a big enough extra space to hold classes and just enough students to make the whole thing worthwhile.

        Maybe go back to the old method of combining different ages. 5, 6,7 grade together, etc.

        Good Luck with this.


    • somebody says:

      They could form a co-op, they could go in together and hire private teachers, there are oodles of online or correspondence courses, and lots of really good video instruction online or on DVD from top educators, lots of ways to home school.


      • cheering4america says:

        I know someone with a special needs son and a regular son who did not want to attend school. She ended up begrudgingly home-schooling, joined home-schooling groups for activities, and eventually started a 3 day a week academy and hired experts to teach subjects which were over the heads of just the parents.

        She made a good living and the children ended up with an excellent education, without the stress of attending public school.

        As long as she called it an academy and not a school it eliminated a lot of the red tape.


  33. NJF says:

    Call it all off Mr. President. ALL OF IT.

    Liked by 4 people

  34. km says:

    Two of the many funny things Trump has said, Liberals want to make trains everywhere that go nowhere. They want us to walk to Hawaii..

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Doppler says:

    Some thoughts for today:

    1. Joel Gilbert has done a number of documentaries and a couple mockumentaries, and I recently watched the Trayvon Hoax, https://www.thetrayvonhoax.com, which pretty convincingly makes the case that George Zimmerman was indicted based upon perjured testimony by Trayvon’s girlfriend’s half-sister, with full knowledge of the DA and the lawyer Crump who put the whole thing together to form a fake basis to found Black Lives Matters. It is very easy to see the fakeness to the whole narrative, while also getting to know Trayvon, his girlfriend (who apparently refused to lie, went on to get a degree in criminal justice, but runs her own fashion website). Slow but interesting forensics piece it together. I believe George Zimmerman’s pending lawsuit is based on this research. I hope many African Americans and other former Dems will watch that movie, to help build the number who reject the Marxist organization Black Lives Matters as their standard bearer for greater racial justice.
    2. Gilbert’s website also has a documentary based on a book he wrote called Dreams of My Real Father, making the case that Barack’s real Dad was Frank Marshall Davis, an African American Communist. https://www.joelgilbert.net/film-trailers/ What with evidence that Ann Dunham’s grandparents were C_A, that Lolo Soetero, Ann Dunham’s second husband was also connected tot he intelligence community, if all true, this would mean the Deep State, at least at times, has been run out of Langley.
    3. Knowing your enemy is step number one in any battle, as Sun Tzu wrote. I hope our President knows his enemy better than we do. From my perspective, our enemy is launching attack after attack on us, each somewhat discrete, involving different people and issues. The wounded pigeon tactic appears to be the major response on all fronts, so far coupled with pep talks for his faithful.
    4. The Ghislain Maxwell arrest is news, but her role in the larger battle with The Dark Enemy behind everything remains unclear. Are we going to destroy this Enemy, or is Barr going to do a partial hangout, arrest some sacrificial lambs, and leave the Deep State intact, just under new management?
    5. I’m reminded of the JFK assassination, as told in the book JFK and the Unspeakable, where Earl Warren reportedly refused twice to chair the Commission created to look into the assassination, but was finally convinced to be the figurehead lead for the cover-up when J Edgar Hoover and LBJ told Warren that digging into Lee Harvey Oswald would expose that the Russians did it, which would mean nuclear war and hundreds of millions killed. I’m wondering if that was the beginning of RussiaGate, use the Bear as the Boogeyman to justify all crimes done by the Deep State?

    It’s almost the 4th of July, and I still don’t know who the enemy is, just legions of his minions.

    I’d be interested in any comments from those who know Joel Gilbert’s spotted history better than I.

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  36. dufrst says:

    I sure hope so!

    Liked by 4 people

  37. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Ugh. Why does he get on my nerves?

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Bogeyfree says:

    Since the new Covid-19 Game is to allow the counting of any positive person who comes in contact with another person to now assume and include those people as Covid-19 positive.

    So I challenge our math majors to run this scenario out……….

    If one infected CV person came into contact with 25 new people a day and these people in turn came into contact with 25 new people every day then how long would it take for all 253,000,000 adults in America to be “counted” as Covid-19 positive?

    (Note it is also assumed that if the adult is counted as Covid-19 positive then their children would also be counted as Covid-19 positive so in essence once all 253M adults are counted as positive, then the entire 350M adults and children in America would be considered Covid-19 positive)

    So maybe our best hope is once 100% of America is considered Covid-19 positive we can stop the BS counting and get back to work as 100% of the country will also now be considered immune.

    Curious how many days or months I need to wait using their counting method and my example.

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  39. Bubby says:

    From the Study “Conclusion: This study provides the first in vivo evidence that zinc sulfate in combination with hydroxychloroquine may play a role in therapeutic management for COVID-19.

    I’m sure there will be criticism of this study because Dr. Zelenko is the point man but it’s a study non the less. To me once again Dr. Zelenko and President Trump are within the realm of a possible beneficial treatment if done early on. I didn’t read all 44 pages of the study I will leave that to those here who are medically/statistically inclined.

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  40. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Victory in Dodge City, KS last Saturday:

    This is how to WIN. Citizens standing up against CAIR & Communists/DNC/Antifa/BLM/MSM

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Phil aka Felipe says:


    ‘White House Directed Hiring of Conspiracy Theorist Over Pentagon Objections
    The White House wants fired National Security Council aide Rich Higgins hired for a senior Defense position.’

    Story at:


    Rich Higgins will be a great hire – Pro Trump Patriot!!

    BTW, unlike our current National Security apparatus, Rich KNOWS who the enemy is and identifies them. (How can you defeat an enemy you can’t/won’t even identify?)

    Liked by 4 people

  42. sync says:

    The USCIS Ombudsman Issues a Damning Report on OPT
    Focus is on theft of security and trade secrets



  43. fred5678 says:

    CCP virus math:

    How case count of 2 jumps to 13:

    “Texas says 13 football players have tested positive for COVID-19 or are presumed positive

    Texas Athletics on Thursday announced that 13 members of the Longhorns football program have tested positive for COVID-19 or are presumed positive, jumping up from the two cases that were reported last week.”


    Liked by 1 person

  44. T2020 says:

    Great song:

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Sherri Young says:

    Let’s see those motions.


  46. Henry says:

    Slavery porn hustler.


    Knows nothing about slavery. Never experienced it but wants accolades for claiming sole right to it.


  47. gsonFIT says:

    What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “me too”
    What is the first thing that came to mind in March when you heard “new cases”?
    What comes to mind now when you hear “new cases”

    Corporate media needs a fiduciary standard and it will be most efficiently addressed as Big Tech Section 230 reform is managed. Section 230 limits social media libel from 3rd party online posters like you and me.

    This is a job for Josh Hawley BTW


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