August 5th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1294

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  1. Stillwater says:

    ***Today’s WeBuildTheWall / Fisher Industries posts***
    (Previous posts:

    Note: Most of the WBTW related social media accounts are covering coronavirus, politics, or illegal alien crimes. We will probably be in a quiet period regarding private wall content until the next project(s) are near completion. However, Fisher Industries is proceeding full speed ahead on at least 95 miles of federal border wall contracts.

    The praises (much of which are older news) have been provided for those who wish to give thanks for them before praying for the wall prayer requests. I may add to, trim back, or simplify from time to time as projects/events progress or come to completion. If there is any new wall news I’ll list them in the update below. Otherwise, feel free to page down or scroll past.
    – – – – –
    Tuesday night update – 8/4/20

    ***PRAISE: 🧱 (8/3/20)… Fisher Industries was awarded a $289.5M contract to build ~17 miles of contiguous new border wall in Laredo Sector located in Webb County, Texas… across the Rio Grande from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. (Valued at about $17 million per mile…)

    – Chief Rodney Scott tweet w/ Border Wall System update: 265 miles completed.
    (9 miles more since last week; 10 miles average per week over the last 3 weeks…)

    – BorderReport article: Private border-wall company wins CBP contract to build 17 new miles in Laredo
    – CBP News Release: Contract Award for Additional Border Wall System in Laredo, Texas

    – Laredo Morning Times Article: CBP approves another huge contract to build the border wall in Webb County

    – – – – –
    ***Praise: 🧱 (Project 1: May/June 2019)… WBTW/Fisher Industries was able to build a half mile wall up the side of a mountain in 11 days (with zero safety incidents), cutting off 19 major drug cartel trails, and closing off one of the worst areas along the border… (Sunland Park, NM)
    ***Praise: 👍 (11/20/19)… DHS Secretary Chad Wolf & CBP Chief gave a huge endorsement to WeBuildTheWall & Fisher industries project while visiting Project 1. CBP Chief called it a “Game Changer”. It’s the only time CBP or DHS have ever endorsed a wall builder.

    ***PRAISE: 🧱 (12/2/19)… Fisher Sand & Gravel was awarded a $400M border wall contract to build 31 miles of wall in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge in Yuma County, Arizona.

    ***Praise: 🧱 (Project 2 complete: Feb 17)… Fisher Industries was able to build 3.5 miles of wall along the Rio Grande River in Mission, Texas. Project 2’s “water wall” design is the first border wall that’s ever been built inside the floodplain.

    ***Praise: 🔍 (Reported on 12/18/19)… Senator Kevin Cramer was able to complete his in-depth review of the USACE’s procurement process and send a letter with his findings and recommendations to President Trump on 12/6/19.
    ***PRAISE: 🧱 (5/6/20)… Fisher Sand & Gravel was awarded a $1.28B border wall contract to build 42 miles of wall in southern Arizona, most of which will run from Nogales to the eastern boundary of the Tohono O’odham Nation. It’s the largest border wall contract that’s ever been awarded.
    (Complex terrain, which includes rugged mountains and water crossings)

    ***PRAISE: (6/11/20)… Foreman Mike stated that Fisher Industries now has ~95 miles of border wall contracts out of the 450. (Of the 95, only ~73 miles are accounted for in the federal awards which have been reported.)

    ***Praise: (7/6/20)… Fisher has partnered with Holcombe Mixers “to fast-track border wall construction.” Holcombe is providing one Holcombe HM10H and seven HM12H volumetric models which can pour 20 to 25 loads of fresh concrete each day (vs. 2 to 5 loads with a traditional drum mixer) without exceeding required temperatures.

    🙏 Prayer for the work crews. 🙏
    Heavenly Father, we pray in Jesus’ name (& according to Your will):
    – for safety, health, and good weather for the work crews as they continue working on WBTW’s private projects… as well as Fisher’s Federal 7.6M/800 foot contract, the 400M/31 mile contract, the 1.28B/42 mile contract, the $289.5M/17 mile contract for border wall, and any other projects they may be working on; that Fisher would be able to continue uninterrupted until completion.
    – that Fisher would be able to safely and smoothly transition(scale up w/ equipment, manpower, etc.) to be able to build 1+(to 2?) miles of wall per day.
    (Tommy Fisher has previously stated that, given a large enough project, they would be able to build 1 mile of wall per day within 3 months. So this process may have started as early as mid-April or May 6th… and will possibly be ramped up by mid-August??? Just a guess…)

    – that the DoD IG’s office audit of the $400 million border wall contract which the USACE awarded Fisher Sand & Gravel would show everything is fair and above board; that the swamp in DoD and USACE wouldn’t be able to corrupt the process; & that Fisher would be authorized to proceed with the project as planned. (Backstory/timeline)
    ***Praise: (4/15/19)… Fisher Industries has been awarded a 7.6M contract modification to build 800 linear feet of 30-foot bollard barrier while the original 400M contract is still under review by the DoD IG’s office. My guess is this will give further evidence to the IG that Fisher Industries was justified in receiving the original 400M contract. (Details)
    ***Praise:… Update: Looks like work has already begun on this 31 mile project, despite the ongoing audit. Photos showing well over 800 feet of wall, started appearing around the end of April. No official word yet though.

    – for WBTW/Fisher Industries regarding the ongoing lawsuits; that both sides would be able to resolve any potential issues(erosion, construction, maintenance, etc.) and the lawsuits would be dismissed.
    (July 8)… Hearing summary…
    – for the next hearing in Judge Randy Crane’s court which was reset for an additional 30 days at the joint request of the U.S. Gov. & Fisher to the first week in September.

    – for Fisher crews at Project 2 as they continue to fill/fix any issues related to erosion, reseeding of grass (hydroseed), applying rip-rap (rubble) or concrete where necessary; or applying fabric that binds the soil or rocks until the erosion control grass is established and able to hold the sand/soil in place
    – for Fisher crews as they (1)regrade and repack soil, and then (2) lay down a road made of rock (between 1 & 3 inches large) 10 feet wide from edge of the concrete toward the river.

    – that Fisher would be able to come up with affordable, scalable, innovative solutions to greatly shorten the landscape establishment period and strengthen the long-term stability(resistance to erosion) for all types of riverbank soil which may be encountered so that the landscape can handle the stronger hurricanes/waterflows which may arrive in the future
    Brainstorming possible solutions: Compost erosion control blanket, pneumatically blown in w/ seeds & other ingredients to a depth of at least 2”. Rapid growth & resistance to erosion from the start. Consistent outcome over variable soil/site conditions. Not sure how affordable/scalable the approach is though…
    Possible companies/products ?… (1) Rexius certified Terraseeding®/Ecoblanket®/Microblend® process; (2) Filtrexx® Compost Erosion Control Blanket™, etc.

    – that WBTW would be able to find corporate sponsors for Project 3. (They already have a major construction equipment manufacturer and are looking for a solar LED security lighting manufacturer or supplier.)
    – that Rep. Warren Petersen’s (R-AZ) bill, HB 2084, making it easier to build border wall on private property in Arizona would get passed.
    ***Praise: (Feb 6)… The bill passed AZ house on reconsideration with 31-29 party line vote. Next, it goes to the Senate.

    – for the bi-national summit with the Mexican IBWC and American politicians that WBTW will be hosting; for open lines of communication/understanding; and that WBTW/Fisher Industries would learn what they need to know to facilitate the sign off and approval of their projects by the Mexican IBWC.

    – for 100% safety/health/guidance/direction/salvation(through faith in Christ Jesus) for the work crews, security personnel, legal teams, CBP, DHS, Army, National Guard and all involved in WBTW/Fisher Industries private or federal projects; and for WBTW/Fisher Industries as they work with private landowners to secure more property to build on
    – that work would go smoothly with continual, innovative improvements in method/process/efficiency and quality of construction; and with transitioning as they scale up capacity(manpower, equipment, etc.) to build larger projects

    – (May 29 – CBP notice)… for Fisher to come up with innovative solutions or improvements requested by CBP “related to the anti-climb/anti-cut features of the border wall” (Deadline: June 12)
    – that there would be no outside interference (cartels, IBWC, courts/judges, protesters, swamp, etc.) and that if outside interference takes place that it would only work toward WBTW/Fisher Industries/USA’s benefit (exposing corruption, raising awareness, fundraising, etc.)

    – that Project 2’s wall will prove that the design is sound and that WBTW/Fisher Industries are capable of safely and effectively building it on a large scale in the Rio Grande Valley, with a superior build, at the lowest price
    – that the federal government would provide funding for WBTW &/or Fisher Industries to build 250+ miles of wall on Private Property in Texas
    (…assuming the “water wall” design is shown to work and be appropriate in the floodplain)
    – that the Government would purchase all of WBTW/Fisher Industries projects so the funds can be rolled into future projects and Fisher Industries will be able to scale up with additional equipment and manpower as needed.

    🌟 “The more that a broken system tells you that you’re wrong, the more certain you must be that you must keep pushing ahead. Because it’s the outsiders who change the world and will make a real and lasting difference. Nothing worth doing ever came easy. Treat the word impossible as nothing more than motivation.” ~ President Donald J. Trump 🌟

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    • Stillwater says:

      Tweet w/ wall update.
      – 9 miles more since last week…
      – 10 miles average per week over the last 3 weeks…

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      • Grandma Covfefe says:

        The WALL moving along good!
        Back when Donald Trump won the election in 2016, we all thought the WALL would be up and done withing a year or two. Never did we dream that our determined President Trump would have to fight every day for every single “brick” for our beautiful Trump WALL, esp when all the opposition was hounding and attacking Pres. Trump from all sides..

        The Dems may have thought they won by stalling as long as they could, but they underestimated WeThePeople. We are determined & resilient —Never Give Up, Never Give in, Never Back down. We have the true American Spirit!

        Thank You, President Trump, for showing us the Way. And Thank You, Sundance, for your relentless in seeking the truth about the Anti-American Greedy Cabals. We hold the Winning Formula in our hands. May God Bless America, always.

        MAGA! Trump Monster Vote Coming in November. Let’s Roll and make it happen.

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      • Patience says:

        >Yea, God!

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    • Stillwater says:

      Border Report Article – 8/3/20
      Note: The “private border-wall company” referenced below is referring to Fisher, not WBTW.

      Private border-wall company wins CBP contract to build 17 new miles in Laredo

      – U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Tuesday announced that the same company that built a private border wall in South Texas has been chosen to build an additional 17 miles of border wall in Laredo, Texas.
      – Fisher Sand & Gravel Company was awarded the $289.5 million contract to build the 17 miles of contiguous new border wall in Laredo.

      – Tommy Fisher, CEO of Fisher Sand & Gravel, told Border Report on Tuesday that he couldn’t elaborate on the specifics but said: “I’m just happy to be working with DHS (the Department of Homeland Security) but I can’t really say much about the job.”
      – Fisher’s company earlier this year was awarded the most lucrative contract ever by DHS — a $1.3 billion contract to build a 42-mile section of border wall in Arizona. Fisher said that contract includes steep terrain that makes construction more costly.

      – Fisher said the border wall his company will be building will be on the south-end of Laredo.
      – The new border wall contract is valued at about $17 million per mile built in Laredo, which is across the Rio Grande from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

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    • Stillwater says:

      CBP News Release – 8/3/20

      Contract Award for Additional Border Wall System in Laredo, Texas

      News Release:
      – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has awarded a contract to construct approximately 17 miles of contiguous new border wall system within U.S. Border Patrol’s (USBP) Laredo Sector located in Webb County, Texas. Construction will occur where no barriers currently exist.

      – The contract was awarded to Fisher Sand and Gravel Company, DBA Fisher Industries, for a total contract value including options of $289,500,000.00. This project is funded by CBP’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 appropriations.

      – The Laredo Sector is an area of high illegal activity, with over 21,750 illegal alien apprehensions and over 30,150 pounds of drugs seized this FY to date. The majority of its activity is occurring in areas where Laredo Sector lacks infrastructure, access and mobility, and technology. These projects will improve Laredo Sector’s ability to impede and deny illegal border crossings and the drug and human smuggling activities of transnational criminal organizations.

      – CBP continues to implement President Trump’s Executive Order 13767 – also known as Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements – taking steps to expeditiously plan, design, and construct a physical wall using appropriate materials and technology to most effectively achieve operational control of the southern border.” 

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    • Stillwater says:

      Laredo Morning Times Article – 8/3/20

      CBP approves another huge contract to build the border wall in Webb County

      – Another border wall construction contract has been awarded in the Laredo area.
      – U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Monday that Fisher Industries won the bid to build 17 miles of fencing through Webb County for $289,500,000, or about $17 million per mile.

      – A CBP official told LMT that this project area includes south Laredo and the one-mile bulkhead downtown, which would create a sort of levee wall with a promenade above — a “friendlier” looking alternative to the 30-foot bollard fencing that will make up the wall elsewhere in the city.

      – With CBP’s first announcement of a construction contract awarded in May, this totals 31 miles of Webb County and Laredo’s riverfront — from El Pico Road to southern Webb County — that has been slated for construction, pending the government’s access to and right to enter these private or city-owned properties.
      – All told the combined cost is over $564 million.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Operations and contract are speeding up. The contracts speeding up due to the overall contract on top? I forgot what you called them previously.

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      • hawkins6 says:

        Excellent reports Stillwater. You are the loyal, dedicated, supporter, scribe and reliable information expert for the Wall builders that have faced numerous political and terrain challenges. As I said before, your reports are becoming a chronicle of the historic wall’s construction.

        I’m glad the wall has (hopefully) reduced the enormous pressures and criticism that the CBP agents and others were enduring from the corrupt media and the Dems for simply doing their job of protecting the U.S. border from hordes of illegal aliens. The CBP’s political support for candidate and then President Trump no doubt was a factor in the abuse the border agents faced. But they didn’t fold and turn on him and it seems to be paying off.

        I believe much of the abuse police officers, sheriff’s etc are confronting today is also partly rooted in their strong support for P Trump. If they stand firm as CBP did, the pendulum should swing back into the sanity zone when the majority become fed up with the rising crime stats. Unfortunately, the Dems manage many of the police forces unlike CBP.

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        • Stillwater says:

          Thank you Hawkins6 ~ 🙂

          You are probably onto something about the abuse toward CBP & (law enforcement in general) being partly due to their support of Trump. But I also remember reading 10 or 15 years ago that the attack on police was part of the plan for communists/marxists destroying our country and replacing it with their own system.

          Some of the steps involved…
          Create chaos, arm the gangs, reduce support for police get police to retreat to their police stations to protect themselves which results in society being unprotected.

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      • aussiedicko says:

        It was only the other day I was saying they would need another to contract to keep them busy form September onward. It looks like they now that work.

        Before they started the 3 miles on the river, project #2. I remember seeing Forman Mike showing a levy bank in Texas where work had been awarded to another company, but nothing had happened for 12 months. Fisher was trying to pick up that work.
        I wonder if that is the same area where they have just won the contract?


    • snowfalling says:

      Thank you all for the great work.


    • Dabigragu says:

      This is great news. Much thanks for posting!


    • wildsailor2018 says:

      How much of the wall is left to go? 10 miles a week sounds pretty good but if there is 1000 miles left, well, you get the picture.


      • Stillwater says:

        Hi wildsailor,

        This is the best explanation I have found to your questions.

        See additional comments by BeauBo on one of my past wall posts. (Scroll down to BeauBo excerpts)

        – They did a massive analysis on how to best secure the border. The President directed it on his fifth day in office (Executive Order 13767). OMB and CBO beat the **** out of the plan, until it was bulletproof – it was finally accepted by Congress in December of 2018.
        Bottom line recommendations (for full operational control of the Southern Border): $25 billion, five years, 1,100 miles of barrier, thousands more full time positions, and several technology programs.
        – Barrier is just not needed in very rural areas, that are impassable to 4WD vehicles – technology will cover every mile of border, and can cover a band many miles deep from the border (both sides) as well.
        So 1,100 miles of barrier – some of which is probably secondary barrier (double layer), so less than 1,100 miles of border with barrier.


      • Stillwater says:

        Here is another good explanation from BeauBo at at the FreeRepublic site…

        BeauBo comment:

        “The pareto principle applies to the Southern Border – 80% of the illegal traffic crosses though only 20% of the mileage of the border, and pretty much always has (the border cities, and the Rio Grande Valley, a few trails and rivers).

        So the top 400 miles of the priority list, covers (actually more than) 80% of historical illegal traffic.

        Beyond those well worn routes, there are feasible, but less favorable alternative routes, that must be blocked, or traffic will simply divert.

        But when we start getting 700 miles down the priority list, the nature of the alternative routes remaining becomes significantly qualitatively more difficult. No more will it be like sprinting across a street or a football field, and hopping a fence through a backyard, or like an hours stroll through the park. Instead the nature of the crossing will become more like a marathon, or worse – walking all day, and spending the night sleeping rough. Not something that a lot of the population is really up for.

        The “disappearing time”, during which detected intruders can still be tracked, goes from minutes up to many hours, or a day or more. Out there, reliable detection, tracking and interception capability count for much more, than the few additional minutes required to employ a ladder and rope. It is a different kind of a contest.

        Barrier is really needed in urbanized environments and to stop vehicles. In remote areas, technology and response capability (road access, riverine and aerial assets) are more important than barrier.”

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  2. nimrodman says:

    PresTrump needs to get Meadows and his communications team in a room and kick their asses

    He’s losing on this funding standoff
    He’s losing on Coronoavirus, esp the latest ramp-up of positive detections

    His daily briefing today was not really effective

    He droned on and on about the testing we’re doing, the supplies given to States, the respirators we’re building and sending around the world

    Respirators? WTF?

    It’s August and someone thinks the President should still be talking about respirators?

    Here’s an article:
    Trump: I Want $600 Unemployment Benefits to Continue

    That’s a single task item, the $600 renewal
    Add one or two more that are essential, like funding to aid schools reopening

    Submit a bill that’s bare bones and limited to ONLY Covid-aimed and unemployed-aid items, not other bullsh#t

    And than take it to the public on all frequencies, like the Contract with America

    Make your graphic, have the simple message and 2 important items, and then bypass Pelosi
    Roll it out with great fanfare and tell everyone interested to ring their Democrat Reps phones off the hook and tell them to make it happen

    Because what I hear now is ineffective. It’s all about the negotiation process. Lead negotiators emerge and walk to the cameras an mumble “still far appart on yada yada”, “trying to reach agreement on yada yada”

    And I hear phrases like “Dems want this much and Repubs want a lesser amount yada yada”
    True or not, that’s how it’s being portrayed

    We know Dems want $3 trillion to bail out their cities …
    We need moxie and huge publicity to break out of that negotiation track

    Blow it up! Blow past that by taking the issue to the people

    Straight to the public with as simple a message as ”I want $600 unemployment checks renewed … Call your Democrat leaders and demand it” Put it all on Democrats, paint them as responsible with a strategic media campaign

    Because until that happens, there’ll be a LOT of disgruntled people out there and Pres Trump needs to get over the next hump

    There’s plenty of time later to think we’d rather taper off to $200 so “people aren’t getting paid more sitting on their asses”, “disincentive to work”, yada yada

    But right now, the steep rise in positive tests and the re-closures and the controversy over schools has kinda bumped that off the road, onto the shoulder

    From what I can see, some big holes are being dug beneath our President and I think he needs so be on offence with a real smart and bold communications strategy

    Kayleigh’s great and all, but she’s only one woman. Where’s the back bench of ex- Madison Avenue guys who really know how to assemble an advertising campaign?

    Yeah, I know, telling the President what to do and all

    But what I’m seeing is really, really not a good look

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    • nimrodman says:

      Here’s an example

      This is a graph all the facebook commies are pushing all over facebook. I just saw a 6 o’clock news report and WHO had a big oversize version up on a stage with a WHO looking gentleman waving a big pointer stick

      Impression? Makes America look like it’s doing really, really, bad compered to other countries right?

      The graph shows “new weekly coronavirus cases per million residents” plotted against time, with separate lines for each country.

      That “per million” looks sensible, how else would you compare large to small countries? So take the number of new “cases” and divide by the country’s ENTIRE population, right?

      What’s missing?

      Hmmmmm … hasn’t the US ramped up testing substantially in recent months?
      Hmmmmm … have other countries increased their testing proportionally?

      … or maybe some of that apparent US ramp up in “new cases” is a result of “new tests”?

      Here ya go, WHO guys, how about

      “new weekly coronavirus cases per million TESTED residents”?


      Now, if Kayleigh has already covered this then I’ll shut up

      But if not … if I can sit here and point this out and explain it … why do we not have any Administration expert standing up in front of a press conference and explaining it?

      Hello? Graphics guys? Degreed communications specialists? Ex-advertising hotshots?

      Who ya got on the team there, Meadows?

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      • nimrodman says:

        correction: “Here ya go Johns Hopkins guys

        Johns Hopkins, right? Medical geniuses there, right?
        And they come up with this graph?

        C’mon, man …

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        • nimrodman says:

          … and that graph needs to be re-computed by replacing “per million residents” with “per million TESTED residents” (or positive detections per million TESTS)

          C’mon, Pence – you’ve got some alleged scientists on that task force, right? Put ’em to work on something useful for a change


          • Tiffthis says:

            You make great points nimrod. I still don’t know why we are testing people without symptoms. The media is now talking about when will rapid tests be available to all Americans. How about a symptomatic people only get the nose test, and those with symptoms get a rapid test. I best all these drive through test sites at cosco or wherever wouldn’t have 1/2 the line they do now 💯

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            • I agree…I am not impressed that we are doing more testing than anyone else. FYI, POTUS, that is why the repression is still going on all over the country and mail in voting is being pushed. I wish you would step in and over rule the governors on the constitutional issues of violating people’s civil liberties and stop praising that tyrant in NJ who is arresting small business owners for opening their businesses.

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          • hawkins6 says:

            I consider your comments to be thoughtful, constructive criticisms based on a strong desire to help re-elect President Trump. The stakes are as high as I’ve ever seen them so passions will rise.

            When we go outside the pro Trump bubble websites and check out the lefty media’s propaganda, it is unsettling especially when much of it is on FNC in addition to all the usual Dem networks. I can’t accurately determine how effective the constant fake and evil narratives and lies about PT from the corrupt multi media compare to the overall positive news most voters are absorbing from pro Trump sources including his 84.5 million supporter Twitter site and all the blogs and websites like Last Refuge.

            But PT’s campaign does seem to be missing something compared to 2016. He has many competent and bright people working his campaign but I can’t point to a grizzly or a great white shark type. Where is Corey Lewandowski or another Pit Bull like him. His touring of the country might be wise and effective but I haven’t seen him on air for awhile.

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            • hawkins6 says:

              Corey’s previous tweet. Has he been sent to Coventry by the new, young, well groomed gentlemanly campaign manager Bill Stepien?

              Liked by 2 people

              • hawkins6 says:

                CNN–“Kushner recruited Stepien to join the Trump campaign and the two enjoy a close relationship.” If true, I hope this isn’t an election mistake based on biased family relations. I have no idea either way.


            • nimrodman says:

              thx, hawkins, I’m with ya

              I want sharks
              I want alpha males
              I want people as sharp and cutting as Stephen Miller on the comms and public relations teams
              I want Stephen Miller cloned into little Stephen Millers
              I want Meadows to be a guy who knocks heads

              I want sharks

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              • Patrick Healy says:

                Anyone remember a guy called Bannon who President Trump euligised during his acceptance speech? Is he still alive?


                • spoogels says:

                  Bannon interviewd Hong Kong Whistleblower scientist dr Yan who fled
                  Dr YAN —Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate HCQ,is the best drug against CCP virus .
                  Dr YAN said the Top CCP leaders taking it daily too.
                  CCP and Fauci lied, Americans died

                  Aug 2

                  New research explains the mechanism of Hydroxychloroquine / Chloroquine, that could cause the prevention or slowing of the SARS-CoV2 replication. This of course points to EARLY USAGE, not late stage


                  Not Wuhan Lab, China’s PLA Lab Is Responsible for Covid-19 Outbreak, Claims Virologist Yan Li-Meng [VIDEO]


                  Liked by 1 person

                • albertus magnus says:

                  We all remember Bannon.

                  He is the guy that President Trump kicked out from his administration. Bannon is the guy who went on a media tour immediately after his firing on a media tour condemning the President and working with those folks trying to get the President impeached.

                  Bannon is the guy who the President issued press releases condemning. Bannon is the guy who worked against the President’s candidates during the 2018 election giving us a Dem senator in the Deep South.

                  Bannon is the guy who sends folks onto popular conservative websites to redirect their posters support from the work of the website to his own projects…usually those he keeps his name off of since his name is poison to Trump supporters.

                  Bannon is the one who created the myth that the Kushners are the problem in the administration.

                  Yeah, people who trust the President and support the President know Bannon very well. The question is, do you?


              • Robert Smith says:

                Kellyanne Conway


            • gda53 says:

              “PT’s campaign does seem to be missing something compared to 2016.”

              It’s called RALLIES! Can’t DO them right now though.

              And someone please tell nimrodman that # cases mean nothing, he’s just falling for and feeding their narrative by playing them up. It’s not about # of cases, that’s not a metric that matters particularly.

              Which is why PDJT is having to explain EVERY day that the US has more cases b/c they do FAR more testing. Dumb MSM just have no clue (deliberately so, sometimes)

              Covid info:


              • somebody says:

                Nimrod clearly understands that, what he’s saying is the masses most likely don’t. He’s pointing out that the MSM, WHO, John’s Hopkins and social media are presenting things in the worst possible light.

                Those entities are pushing fear porn and their saturation level is much higher with the general public. He’s just suggesting that the administration make similar more accurate charts pointing out how skewed these comparisons are and start using them to push back.

                I think it’s a good idea to have quick, easy to follow visual charts. Nothing too complicated.

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                • nimrodman says:

                  somebody, thanks for explaining on my behalf to gdq53, who obviously was in need of an explanation.

                  Yes, I understand about “number of cases”

                  If given the opportunity to question the experts I’d flat out say: “Yes, but how many people are actually sick? You know – in bed like with the flu? (versus simply testing “positive”)

                  Yes, the point is that the press and the Left are pushing misrepresentations about number of cases to influence policy.

                  If the average citizen sees that graph with the steep rise, they’re not likely to support a policy of reopening schools. Or restaurants. Or anything.

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        • Gary says:

          Morning Nim, I stopped ins virus tracker when they suddenly decided to stop recording cases and deaths in China.


          • Chip Doctor says:

            Nim, I tend to agree with you. While remaining positive about the future, it feel like we are losing the Covid war. Aside from “more tests than any other country”, I don’t really know what PT’s message is. In fact, I am not really sure what any of his message is.

            All I can go by is results. We are losing the messaging battle, certainly in regard to masks. If things continue, we will all be wearing masks everywhere. Even PT is now promoting wearing masks.

            He promotes masks, vaccines, continued testing even when WE KNOW that it is fraudulent. He continues to support Fauci and Birx on the one hand, while occasionally ripping them on another. Defending fraudulent science is only throwing gasoline of the fire.

            We know that HCQ works on Covid. We also know there is an all out war by the entire world to keep this from the people. This is a national security issue, yet seems to be quite unimportant to PT. It seems to me that with having the power of the Presidency, these frauds could be exposed.

            His comment about mail in voting in Florida blew my mind. While there is a difference between absentee mail in voting vs mass mailing ballots, why even go there? To the average low information voter (both parties) this is a massive endorsement of vote by mail. A huge contradiction. Talk about creating fuel for the media.

            Now he is supporting the continuation of $600 unemployment supplements. I am trying to hire in three different markets in the US, Louisville, south Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale/Miami. I have been running ads everyday for months and cannot get anyone to even call back when I respond to their resume.

            In all my years in business, I have never seen anything like this. In Louisville, I ran an ad for two months. I got about 12 resumes I was interested in. I called each one. They ALL went to voicemail. Not ONE called me back. Not one. These are $60-$80K jobs.

            My business is down 50%, not for lack of business, but rather because no one wants to work. These people are simply sending out resumes in order to satisfy unemployment requirements. Extending the $600 handout is a disaster in my opinion.

            I trust PT and I want to believe he has a plan to turn this stuff around. I want to believe that it is a timing thing and that he will expose the Covid hoax. But we are running out of time. We need a game changing event. Hopefully it come by August 15th.

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            • liberty, not license says:

              Chip Doctor, do you have a link for the job posting in Louisville? I don’t know what field it is in, but I do know people who live in the Louisville area that could be reliable and interested.


            • nimrodman says:

              “We are losing the messaging battle”

              Thanks ChipDoctor, that’s my main point of frustration right now. PresTrump seems not to have much talent on the communications team, and he’s also tripping himself up on several messages like you pointed out (testing, masks, Florida absentee, etc).

              Your first-hand experience with hiring difficulty and it’s likely cause that it pays more not to work has changed my opinion on the $600 renewal.

              I’d presumed failure to renew will cause a lot of ill will in the population that would fall on the President, but now that I think of it, that part of the population aren’t Trump voters anyway.

              But PresTrump says he’s for it, so the rest of my discourse that his team isn’t communicating his policy choices effiectively still applies.


          • Robert Smith says:

            How did this story get to newsweek? Are they trying to get out of the lockdown box?


            Liked by 1 person

      • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

        Right on target nimrod! ☺️

        When I was pissed off at Steve Wynn for trying to ban Jet Ski’s from Tahoe, I had my liberal graphics women design something for me.

        I believe the Personal Watercraft Industry Association is still using it today!

        Sorry Steve!

        You think this is crazy?

        A guy walked into Tahoe stake holders meeting, pulled out a gun and pew, pew, pew!

        I can laugh about it now.

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        • Little Berkeley Conservative says:

          Apparently the graphic is no longer in use.

          It’s been a long, long time!

          Sorry Steve, rest assured I’ve repaid you!


    • ImpeachEmAll says:

      Cheer Up!!!

      Only three months
      of stalling ’til D Day</b.

      D Day = demonrats win;
      USA becomes USSA.

      Then, the crocodile tears flow!

      Re-education camp for some;
      and death for the rest of us.

      Fortunately, there are more of
      us. If we each take two of them
      with us, as we die, they will soon
      be no more of them. The good
      , there will still be a bunch
      of Wolverines to rebuild the USA.

      Remember the Thanksgiving story!

      Socialism killed the Colonists; but
      Free Markets allowed Prosperity
      to flourish and saved the Colonists.


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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        Just say’n… 😉

        Wrong video posted. ???????

        Try, again, for Thanksgiving Story.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Conservatarian says:

          Chip Doctor, the $600 weekly supplement shouldn’t really be suppressing candidates in the salary range you’ve indicated.
          When you post/advertise a position you will receive mostly automated resume submissions vs an active, interested candidate who is responding directly. Try using a resume database (vs posting) to find qualified candidates then directly contact the candidates first.
          (Indeed has the largest resume database).
          Hope this helps!


          • Chip Doctor says:

            I do all my employee hunting on Indeed. There is just different now.


            • Conservatarian says:

              I have a talent acquisition business that specializes in hard to fill positions. More than happy to give a fellow, “Friend of Sundance” ree of charge insight (if desired).
              Have a great day,


      • nimrodman says:

        thx for the “cheer up”, Impeach


    • snowfalling says:

      You made a very good point. Try to get it to Meadows?

      Liked by 1 person

      • nimrodman says:

        thanks for the encouragement, snow and others. it’s nice not to be accused of eeyore-ing when I’m less than positive about our President’s campaign or team

        I just forwarded my comment about the graph to the White House

        I forwarded the link to my comment. If anyone follows the link, they’ll arrive here and see other comments as well

        Quick lesson for anyone who’s not aware

        [I give this instruction from time to time because most are not aware of it]

        There’s a clickable link under every Treehouse comment, it lies beneath the date-time stamp

        So rather than forward long text, you can just forward the link

        Hover your pointer over the date-time stamp and go “right-click, copy link location”, then paste it where you want it. Or “right-click, open-in-new-tab” and paste it in the address bar, you can copy-paste it from there too

        So here’s an example, the link for my graph comment above, click it and it should scroll up

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        • Meriadoc01 says:

          I wanted to ‘like’, but WordPress won’t let me.

          I definitely concur. Although there ‘s a lot of stuff on the ground that should be helping the President, this Covid thing REALLY has the electorate spooked. It’s addled everyone’s brains. It’s acting as a horrible neutralizer of the President’s formidable positives.

          I think the campaign believed the rallies would start again and “Trumpmentum” would sweep the land. In ordinary times, they would have been right, but we’re fighting a globalist/communist insurrection now. This is a whole new ballgame. The campaign seems a bit thrown by it. I never thought I would say, “Everything seemed so carefree in 2016; all we had to do was keep evil Hillary out of the White House against formidable odds. Now everything seems so dark!”

          I do think the Covid thing, like the bad storm during the Battle of the Bulge in WWII, has to break at some point. The pandemic can’t maintain its intensity forever. The question is, how scarred by fear will the electorate be when it breaks? How long-lasting will the effects be? Will it be permanent? Maybe the campaign is playing a waiting game for now and hoping for some normalcy to get their bearings….not a lot of time though. The president’s messaging is certainly all over the place. Maybe that’s just a reflection of the electorate’s mindset at the moment.

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          • Meriadoc01 says:

            And to clarify, I don’t think the pandemic is nearly as bad as advertised, but the public isn’t getting that. People think this is like the Spanish Flu in 1917. I read somewhere that Americans think 9% of the population is in danger of death from Covid. Crazy!!!

            It’s the psychological effect on the populace that needs to break, less so the pandemic itself.


            • Ninja7 says:

              1917 -1918 Spanish Flu the world lost between 50 million to 200 million.
              World population back than about 1.8 billion people.
              Percentage of deaths range from a low of 2.78% to 11.1%

              2020 the world population is a little over 7.8 billion people.
              1% death rate would be 78 million deaths. I know that currently worldwide we have not hit 1 million deaths yet. Haven’t looked for a few days think probably around 700 thousand.

              Also, the categorizing of COVID-19 deaths, some countries (very few) count only from COVID-19, many others (including USA) count with COVID-19. (So car accident, individual tests positive for COVID-19, Therefore their death is ruled and counted as COVID-19).

              Comparing apples to apples death rates should be per million, tests should be per million, hospitalizations should be per million. JMHO


              • Meriadoc01 says:

                Yes, I’m aware of all that. My point was that the public is just totally addle-brained about this whole pandemic, which is little more than a bad flu season (maybe there is a more lethal second wave in the offing, I don’t know). The numbers are indeed cooked. There needs to be a serious audit of how deaths and cases are recorded. It needs to be persuasive to the public and “fact-based” enough to be defensible in the face of liberal lies.

                At the heart of it all is the public’s irrational fear over something that’s just not that serious. The campaign needs to find a way to punch through all the fear and take the initiative again. At some point the pandemic has to burn itself out naturally; I think that’s coming soon (within the month). Nature’s natural course may be our ally here. Let’s hope people come to their senses, realize the con, and turn their cold anger into effective action in November.

                As far as the aftermath of November, we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it. Gotta win first!!

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                • Ninja7 says:

                  Sometimes when in a discussion about COVID-19, with the general population.

                  Something to the effect “That the numbers don’t appear to add up to the news stories about it “The last major pandemic was the Spanish Flu of 1917, 50 to 200 million deaths, World population about 1.8 billion people, ( I transcribed a meme within the last fortnight, that had 950 million for world population 😶, other sources have 1.8 billion🤔🤔🤗), 2.78 – 11.1% of the world population died. All Experts agree that was a tragic event.

                  2020 world population about 7.8 billion people, at 1% fatality rate, we should have 78 million deaths worldwide. As of today, We have not hit 1 million deaths, maybe close to 700 thousand. So, do the numbers show that this is a real bad pandemic? Sometimes a light goes on. Not always, but sometimes. A lot of pretty smart people choose to accept the lame stream media narrative. Very frustrating, 😶

                  Trying to find out what works for other Treepers, realize that one size doesn’t fit all.
                  This old dog is attempting to learn new tricks, costs are to great for not trying.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Well, the germ of the campaign I’m seeking is downthread in a comment by Troublemaker10

      In a Matt Whitlock tweet retweeted by Grenell

      Republicans are pushing for funding to safely reopen schools, direct checks for families, PPP loans, and money for testing.

      Democrats say none of that can happen without paychecks for illegal immigrants, tax cuts for wealthy NYers, and environmental justice grants.

      Grenell writes: “Say it louder for the people in the back >>>>”

      Ok, there’s the concept, boys – now get the comms/publicity teams on it and blow it up

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      • bessie2003 says:

        Nimrodman – like others here, also sad to say I agree with you; it’s understandable given all that the President has to deal with each day, but the people he has farmed the management of the campaign out to that are falling down on the job; a discernible lack of fight and sharp focus, the hunger that is presence in the rallies.

        That small mini-rally with the Sheriffs that the President had the other day, at an airport, could be the way to go, small (vetted for virus) groups that the President can bring that one-on-one energy to, was a reviving moment.

        Whether it’s his son, son-in-law or others such as the questionably-loyal niece of Romney, something is off the rails; and listening to the President this morning on the Fox and Friends interview when PDJT mentioned that the election is a long ways away I actually cringed. Three months is just around the corner, and I’m in a State who’s Governor shoved through a middle of the night 100 page re-write of our State’s election laws and I still can’t find a link to read the lawsuit that the President’s campaign supposedly has filed to contest this move – that lack of access and clear, focused explanation by the campaign that everyone should be able to access and read and obtain quick, easy, hard-hitting explanation of why what our Governor did is wrong spells collusion of the worst kind.

        There needs to be a new team brought in, a true MAGA energy that can push the msm talking points out of the way and get directly into the face of the voters.

        Thanks for the explanation on how to copy, link comments. Did not know that.

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        • nimrodman says:

          great summary of the current situation, bessie, thx for that

          Liked by 1 person

          • nimrodman says:

            … the tarmac and air-hangars would be great venues to start holding rallies

            They’re outdoors, wind blows viruses away, everyone can wear masks anyway to cut the shriekers off at the pass, and the rallies can be broadcast and live-streamed to pull in the viewing audience

            Have everyone stand a little farther apart to satisfy the social distancing shriekers, and set up huge video screens off to the side in grassy areas for the overflow

            Are ya listening, Trump Team?


    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Nimrodman- Sad to say I agree with you, and I know that we are both die hard supporters of our President Trump.
      Here in NY things have gotten much worse- hundreds of thousands of us are now without electricity on top of all our other headaches with the Lock Downs. I am not hearing much on that score from the Feds. Imagine Florida is pretty bad too.
      Why are we still hearing about phony statistics and deaths from Chi Com Corona?
      Why no outdoor rallies like in 2016?
      Why are the Evil Midget and Scarf Skank still around?
      WHERE ARE THE DAMN REPUBS who should be helping to organize Our own Demonstrations?
      We are less than 100 days from the most important election of our lifetime. What the hell is going on?

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      President Trump might also mention Ivermectin — along with Zinc-HCQ, early only –, as important “therapeutics.” Not only will he get lots of heads spinning, he will bring to wide public attention that Ivermectin may be to Covid-19 as penisillin was to bacteria.

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    • lawgiver says:

      >It’s August and someone thinks the President should still be talking about respirators?

      We are asked not to be Eeyore’s but we are told we are worth it to demand action! I have demanded Trump lower his white flag and stop bowing to the lies at every avenue he has provided for me to give him feedback. I’m not defeatist in the least, he needs a kick in the rear!

      It’s absolutely infuriating that he basically surrendered to the Swamp in March. Remember “15 days to flatten the curve?” Remember “No 2nd lockdowns!”, remember the vow to protect religious services? He has done nothing to combat any of the narrative in the past 5 months. He has allowed our rights to be destroyed, our economy to be destroyed, for what? a complete misunderstanding of states rights? 15D chess? Is draining the swamp a losing electoral issue now??? I didn’t vote for him to let the swamp run the show.

      Does he think he can get this power back that he has abdicated? The blue states have seceded from the Union in all but official declaration. Change my mind!

      We need high energy, not ventilators in August!

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    • Good points, especially bloviating about testing, ventilators and PPE and narrowing down his talking points. The public is tired of hearing about “what we did” and want to know “what you’re going to do.”

      I’m all for lighting a fire under his “advisors” and doing it soon before it is too late..

      imho – for what its worth – I would like to see some hard-hitting, to-the-point, and irrefutable facts ——– blaming the Dems for everything.

      But, I’m MAGA all the way.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Dekester says:

        Your President is truly doing an incredible job, and has done with both hands tied behind is back, and with RINOs holding a knife to his throat.

        While the MSM etc drone on about the China Plague, the world teeters on disaster.

        China is flexing its military and financial clout around the globe. With the aid of many in your Congress and Media

        The Middle East is rocked by an explosion of sesmic magnitude.

        Your big cities are literally cesspools of anarchy and violence.

        Gold is projected to continue to soar.

        PDJT is doing what no other human being could possibly do.

        God inspired ?Maybe.

        I am just grateful he is doing what he can.

        He must be doing something right, in spite of all that has aligned against him.

        51% with Rasmussen 😉

        Is not getting re elected job 1

        Thank you all.

        God bless PDJT

        Liked by 3 people

        • Well said.

          When you get a chance, please send over a couple pounds of pea bacon, a jug of maple syrup and a case of Molson’s – just to remind me how much we appreciate some of you people on the other side of the border!

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      • beach lover says:

        Agree 100%
        I just listened to him on Fox and Friends… he brought up many good points, but spent too much time expounding old tired talking points. Surely, someone can tell him to get more concise.

        You can see the hosts trying to get him back on track. Important points get diluted when he talks for an hour saying things we’ve heard for months.

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        • Yep – but ya gotta luv’m anyhow!


        • Ninja7 says:

          beach lover,
          Initially when the fakedemic hit.
          The cupboards were bare, no protective gear, ventilators, etc. etc etc.
          Media briefing after briefing after briefing, the media kept pounding multiple times per briefing about ventilators,
          Every governor wanted, needed, ventilators. 40k for NY, The US stockpile, IIRC had under 10k. Presstitutes kept asking (with glee in their eyes) if PDJT would guarantee that every citizen, person in the country would be able to have a ventilator.

          Just My Humble Opinion, PDJT, is rubbing the presstitutes nose in it, repaying the favor, of their gotta questions during the initial stages of the fakedemic. Masks, gowns, gloves, ventilators, travel bans, etc. The entire population has this information in their subconscious, so by continuous repetition, New memories are being forged in their subconscious. Maybe they will become red pilled 🤔🤗

          One can only hope.


  3. Grandma Covfefe says:

    🇺🇸 🦅 🇺🇸 – Trump America is the Last Bastion of Freedom – 🇺🇸 🦅 🇺🇸
    * * * * * * * * * * Trump Voters > > Vote Against Tyranny * * * * * * * * * *

    🦅 ”May God continue to strengthen our hearts and sustain our souls. May God continue to shed His divine grace upon this land. And may God forever bless the United States of America.” —-U.S. President Donald J. Trump
    “Our spirit is still young—the sun is still rising—God’s grace is still shining—and my fellow Americans, THE BEST IS YET TO COME!”—-President Donald J. Trump
    🦅 Heal Our Land
    Thank You, Lord, for President Trump, his MAGA Team, and all his supporters.
    Lord, keep them all safe in all they do and go daily. In Jesus’ Name we pray…..

    🌟 “ To declare Your lovingkindness in the morning,
    And Your faithfulness every night,” 🌟 —-Psalm 92:2

    ✅ Thank You, Lord, for protecting President Trump and MAGA Team
    ✅ Pres. Trump signed “Great American Outdoors Act”…the most significant conservation in a generation
    ✅ Team Trump is registering more new voters than Team Dems in swing states
    ✅ Enthusiasm and support for President Trump is very high.
    ✅ Advocates for American workers praised President Trump for his EO to hire “Americans First” for federal jobs–America is United
    ✅ Seattle locals blocked BLM from going to Seattle Police Chief’s home. America is pushing back,
    ✅ Huntington Beach, CA had a rally-over 2,000 came to worship our Heavenly Father.
    ✅ Chinese Amb. to Somalia visited Somalialand’s Pres Bihi. Amb put on Chi-Na Attitude (threatening) to Pres. Bihi. Pres. Bihi ordered Amb out of Somalialand and turned to his team and told them to being the process to recognize Taiwan….winning
    ✅ Nasdaq has another new all time high
    ✅ Thank You, Lord, for those who are healing today…on Wednesday
    ✅ USA Strong—The only thing to fear is Fear Itself—God Bless America!

    🙏 America’s Arrow Prayer…..Pray:
    — for protection for President Trump & MAGA Team
    — for Beirut people after that terrible explosion (about 40% are Christians)
    — for Trump Supporters to recover from Storm Isaias which is now in Canada
    — for AdRem, Menagerie, Stella, WeeWeed-Be patient if your post doesn’t show up right away
    — for protection for Federal Agents and their eyes, as they surge into siege cities
    — for protection for America–and all buildings and landmarks
    — “No” to vote-by-mail/mail-in ballots & ballot harvesting-We need Voter ID
    — Dem Pres. Candidate and/or ‘Chosen One’ and the VP-selected to continue to fumble, jumble, mumble, stumble, tumble, bumble, grumble, crumble..then diminish….pouf….poof…..
    — for USA Election Integrity, Voter ID, Paper Ballots, catch voting fraudsters
    — for 17.8M unemployed Americans for their needs to be met and to seek jobs
    — For Safety/Health protection for: USSS, Military & their brave dogs, Border Patrol, LEOs, BP & LEOs brave Horses/dogs
    — for Guardian Angels protecting all our borders–air, land, sea
    — for protection for all WALL builders who have built 265/450-500 miles of WALL
    — for Hong Kong
    — for protection/healing for American children/youth-Young Landen is healed!
    — *🇺🇸* — “ Trump Country ” — *🇺🇸*

    🦅 ”We’re preserving our land. We’re making our land better and cleaner and safer.”
    — 🇺🇸 — Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America — 🇺🇸 —
    🌟🙏,,, Special Prayer for Sundance and all Treepers in ‘Walking Towards The Fire’ Mission fighting for ‘Merica!…..
    ****We stand with you Sundance, wherever you go or do, the Treepers’ prayers follow you.
    🌟 “And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”.” 🌟 —John 8:32
    “The Strongest Weapon in the United States is a Praying Patriotic American.”

    👌 —-Treepers’ Prayer Warriors Post for Wednesday, August 5, 2020 — 👌
    Countdown: 90 more days…. to “4 MORE YEARS” WiN

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      —Resilience & Strength–

      Liked by 12 people

      • I’d like to post this under this photo of President Trump which I dearly love.

        The United States has existed for a mere 244 years. In all previous human history, the elite lorded it over the common folk. This country has been hated and targeted since at least World War I. The elites who crave their New World Order hate our freedom, which allows our God-given abilities to blossom and makes us so conspicuously more creative and productive than oppressed countries.

        What is dangerous is that technology has advanced to such a level that if the NWO sociopaths succeed, they might be able/think they are able to make their control permanent. On the other hand, they are in essence parasites, they have no talent or virtue in themselves and are quite a small minority, so I don’t really believe they could achieve that, or if they did, their control would be short-lived.

        Take heart. This country came into existence through divine providence. We were all witnesses to the miracle of the election of Donald Trump.

        Other facts, that didn’t have to happen, but did:

        Admiral Mike Rogers shut down the database abuse, and told President Trump
        Devin Nunes is on the HPSCI
        General Mike Flynn in rope-a-dope fashion was misled by his lawyers, and then got Sidney Powell
        Discovery of Weiner laptop, never underestimate this event
        Proof that there are some good guys inside the FBI
        The God-given ability of Sundance to extract meaning from reams of chaos
        All of us finding this website
        Divinely arranged meetings of Sundance with key people in recent weeks

        It was not a small thing for President Trump to stand in front of a burned church holding up the Bible. I don’t think God is going to abandon this country having come this far, and He will again intervene with divine providence, if we do our part. Do what you are able to do.

        As Sundance puts it, live your best life now. Use your time wisely from now till Nov. 3.

        Final point: I think the child abuse and human trafficking on the Weiner laptop will be what captures the attention of the voting public. This kind of injustice pulls directly on the heartstrings. The coup is important but very complex and cerebral.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Raven says:

          “Final point: I think the child abuse and human trafficking on the Weiner laptop will be what captures the attention of the voting public.”

          I think it will be so horrific for people to believe that the information will never be released to the general population.

          The terms “child abuse” and “human trafficking” are the soft and fluffy names given to what is taking place, similar to “pro-choice” describing babies being murdered by dismemberment.


    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      USA Uncle Sam’s Prayer:

      Dear God,
      I bow my head and ask,
      If it be Thy Will,
      Please save this land from those who seek to destroy it.
      In Jesus’ Name…..Amen

      Liked by 12 people

    • bethabcd says:

      So awesome to read through the list of praises! What great news that worship events such as the one in Huntington Beach are happening in California!

      “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”  Romans 8:38-39

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    • snowfalling says:


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    • Maquis says:

      Awesome Somalia rejecting China and recognizing Taiwan!!!
      May all Africa follow suit.

      Liked by 4 people

  4. Troublemaker10 says:

    Mainstream media’s power to influence crumbles as nearly 9 in 10 Americans see high or medium level of bias, new poll shows


    Americans’ trust in the media to report news honestly continues to spiral downward, as 86 percent of respondents in a new Knight Foundation/Gallup poll say they see either “a great deal” or “a fair amount” of political bias.

    The ratio of people who see at least a fair amount of bias in the way news is covered has increased by 25 percentage points during the Obama and Trump presidencies, as it stood at 62 percent in 2007, the poll released Tuesday showed. Eighty-four percent of respondents blame the media for political divisions in the country, and 49 percent said news coverage has a great deal of bias.

    “Most Americans have lost confidence in the media to deliver the news objectively,” Knight Foundation Senior Vice President Sam Gill said. “This is corrosive for our democracy.”

    Liked by 4 people

    • Not enough.

      Just found the results of the election here in Missouri and the Constitutional Amendment to expand the OblunderCare passed handily. There was a tremendous amount of prime time advertising for it.

      We are on a fixed income and the increase in taxes will be devastating; we can’t be the only ones.

      I am furious about it, they put it in the form of an amendment so it would be pretty much impossible to ever remedy.

      Liked by 1 person

    • mr.piddles says:

      Classic television. Send this one to The Archives.

      Freaking Acosta… the Child-Man…

      Liked by 1 person

  5. emet says:

    While eating lunch today, I was thinking about the Civil War and all the current rhetoric about slavery. Then it occurred to me that Caesar enslaved 1,000,000 Gauls. And I thought, should I really be eating a caesar salad?

    Liked by 4 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      I love Caesar Salad. Slaves or no slaves… the man made a good salad.

      Question: Anchovies? Or no anchovies?

      (N.B. there IS a correct answer)

      Liked by 4 people

      • skylark2016 says:

        Anchovies! Gotta have the anchovies! 🙂

        Liked by 2 people

      • Emet

        Of course anchovies. I suggest roasted pine colonels too.

        Question. Apart from Antifa and the average 20 something American arts college graduate, who are all worldly wise, and whose poop smells yummy wonderful, can anyone actually name a group of people, or a race of people, or a nation or a tribe/clan, or civilization that has NOT had any form of repression of individuals, enacted by its own people?

        Through out all of history, I can’t think of one. Maybe, just maybe, the indigenous people of Greenland, but that is due to a lack of information about it’s history, and of course, a complete lack of people.

        To avoid guilt at dinner time, maybe you should invent the ANTIFA SALAD. A guilt free alternative made with the purest of ingredients. I suggest the bitterest of lemons as a first ingredient. Lots of nuts. Some very very sour cream.

        What else could we put in it??


        • mr.piddles says:

          “bitterest of lemons”

          Picked by migrant workers oppressed by the Iron Fist of greedy capitalist Mega Corporations? Not gonna work.

          Maybe you could do something like: “locally-sourced crab apples from community produce suppliers”. You get the bitter, but you also get a bunch of Granola Eaters picking their own stuff in their back yards. Crab Apple trees are pretty hardy… plant one today and join The Community!


    • tax2much says:

      Ironically, BLM should be praising the confederacy. Without the secession there would have been no war and slavery could have continued another hundred years or so.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Troublemaker10 says:

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  7. Raptors2020 says:

    Rush was discussing the quick collapse in TV viewership suffered by the the just-returned professional sports leagues.

    With the widespread craving for a return to normalcy during the worldwide pandemic, the sports leagues have thrown away a golden opportunity. Watching them was disorienting, not comforting.

    The NBA has removed the players’ names from the jerseys, and replaced them with left-wing slogans (peace, equality, BLM, of course). As a casual fan, I need the information of the player’s names. I wonder about the big sports equipment companies like Nike, who pay these individual players to promote their products. What, exactly, are they getting now: paying $millions to anonymous players?

    Most of all, I would warn these leagues about the powerful subliminal message created by playing in empty venues. Intellectually, we know why, but emotionally, it tells us these sports don’t matter.

    The presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy said politics was like football; you need to be smart enough to understand the game, but dumb enough to think it matters. America’s sports owners and players are going to learn, that in a time of mass death and sickness, the sports they think are so important don’t ultimately matter.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “…The NBA has removed the players’ names from the jerseys, and replaced them with left-wing slogans (peace, equality, BLM, of course). As a casual fan, I need the information of the player’s names. I wonder about the big sports equipment companies like Nike, who pay these individual players to promote their products. What, exactly, are they getting now: paying $millions to anonymous players?…”

      As always, the NBA and other leagues are trying to sell merchandise.


    • paper doll says:

      Indeed. Even if it aligned with my politics, the woke stuff would bother me. People want to relax and enjoy a game. Not have woke crap rammed down their throats LIKE EVERYWHERE ELSE!!

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      • Paper Doll

        100% agree. It’s like someone getting up during a wedding ceremony, and using it as a platform to promote a political candidate. It’s totally inappropriate. It’s the same in sports.

        Anyway. Here’s something to think about.

        The truth is, the entire basis of sports is based on a form of racism. It is total tribalism. My country will beat your country. My Boston Red Sox team will crush your Texas Oilers team. Lets root for America to win more medals than the other nations. Etc, etc. All this regionalism and nationalism and rivalry that centers around sports is at the very heart of why fans want to support one side over another. It basically encourages the exact behavior that they seem to be protesting about.

        Competition is Capitalism. Nationalism is racism. Tribalism is division.

        Think about it.

        If we point this hypocrisy out to them, maybe we can get them to protest this, and they will have put themselves all out of a job, and we can just laugh at them for their idiocy.

        As Saul Alinsky said, “give them what they ask for”.

        This is nothing more than a huge exercise in self loathing by a bunch of over paid “prima donas”, who are too stupid to realize they object to the very thing that they have chosen for a career, and which has provided them great wealth.

        Something else. The only popular sport I really know of, that doesn’t involve any tribalism is GOLF, (except of course for the Ryder Cup), and that is the sport of choice of Donald J Trump.

        You sort of couldn’t make it up. How do we explain it all to the grand children in 60 years time!!!!

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    • mr.piddles says:

      In a show of undying devotion to their Chinese Overlords, NBA players should run around the court blindfolded… like those Muslims that were getting loaded onto cattle cars.

      I might tune in to watch a few minutes of that, actually.


    • 4sure says:

      I think millions of sports fans are finding that they can actually do without sports. And they can definitely do without the political BS and the SJW BS. Millions of fans are done with all pro sports. And soon will be done with college football.

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    • “What, exactly, are they getting now: paying $millions to anonymous players?”

      China is a much bigger market for them. Much much bigger. They are all in bed with the Chinese Communist Party and take their orders from them. They aren’t even communists. They are fascists. (Prove me wrong)

      Imagine having to hide behind communism, because it protects you from your real beliefs and motives!!!!!! It reminds me of convicted thieves, rapists and murders looking down on the prisoners in cell block H.

      Even funnier is the fact that the mainland Chinese are probably the most racist people on the planet, and absolutely hate black people. For them, basketball is like the Roman Mob watching gladiator fights. It is heathen barbarian slaves providing them their entertainment. If only the African Americans were informed enough to see this. It is shocking.

      Anyway. STOP WATCHING. Stop feeding them. Encourage others to do the same. That is all you can do. But you must switch it off. And for a long time. Otherwise, stop complaining. You can’t complain if you’re feeding the beast.

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  8. fangdog says:

    Something I have been having a little fun and I think got the idea from someone here.

    I see a woman wearing a mask who looks she is a Libtard Democrat. I politely ask her why she is wearing a mask?

    I then say it is none of my business why you are wearing a mask, but what I miss about it is seeing your pretty smile on your face. Wham! off comes the mask every time,

    So far everyone I have done this, they have said “I hate it and it is all political. They go on to blame the Democrats and have expressed they will not be voting democrat again. All the while I keep smiling myself and don’t take it any farther beyond us both laughing about it or if they want to take it further.

    Americans are by nature a friendly people and have no problem; waving, greeting or smiling at strangers. I have come to the conclusion it easily transcends politics……and yes, one of the joys which comes with being an American. The communist democrat leaders just do not grasp the significance of forcing any American to wear a mask,…….even if a common ordinary Libtard.

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  9. OffCourseNation says:

    Yesterday upon the basement stair
    I saw that Joe Biden wasn’t all there
    He wasn’t all there again today
    Oh how I wish they would just take him away

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    • fangdog says:


      Can you imagine any easer candidate to defeat?

      My hometown village idiot would be more formidable than Biden as a write-in.


    • tax2much says:

      They have taken him away. He is locked in a basement surrounded by caregivers.


    • cheering4america says:

      Defund the Media

      The urgent press tune
      Comes from news channel one
      It shows and tells
      How wrong things are done

      The station is changed
      To news channel two
      Again and again
      They’re targeting you

      The channels compete
      To deliver the best
      They promise pure truth
      But they are a pest

      Polluting your mind,
      Spreading fear and madness
      Is what media does
      With an utmost gladness

      The channels then jump
      To some more “breaking news”
      They work overtime
      Attracting the views

      They keep you in fear
      They scare to control
      Completely forgetting
      Their primary role

      The new breaking news
      Is the scare of today
      What happened to the story
      You told yesterday?

      What happened to facts
      And to research, lack of bias?
      What happened to journalism
      We used to admire?

      With every new story
      Our attention is grabbed
      And it’s further consumed
      By some farce and facade

      And when our attention
      Is consumed with deceit
      We miss out on what matters
      Our minds will never meet

      It’s time to wake up
      And notice a trend
      To open your mind and understand
      You are being conditioned,
      Enticed, and deceived
      You’re being controlled
      By the news you received

      And the urgent press tune
      Comes from news channel three
      It’s your common sense calling
      To set you free

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      • cheering4america says:

        My dad’s response:

        For the poesie, I give you thanks,
        Though it hardly ascends to the ranks
        Of Shakespeare, or even Poe?
        But the truth is still there,
        And deception’s laid bare
        By the media, clearly our foe.

        The lies from CNBC
        Are easy for all folks to see
        But the Times may be the worst.
        WAPO is no better at all
        CNN is a fantasy ball
        Fox News is possibly first.

        Ms. Krut, you are so right:
        For news, we have entered the night.
        We hope that folks will just think
        As we near an election
        To make our selection
        To keep our land back from the brink!

        With appreciation for amateur bards making observations about our sick media

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  10. zadig888 says:

    Expect that the Deep State, globalist, Coupsters are wary of Eric Prince,but have no idea why.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      Why is the NYTimes against ex-spies, covert operations and investigative hit-piece journalism?

      One would think they can find examples where they found that useful..


  11. Chokdii8888 says:

    Expect the Globalist, Deep State, Coupsters are wary of Erik Prince. And they have no idea what is going to hit them.


  12. SpanglishKC says:

    The splitter strategy worked in the Repug primary in Kansas. That is. all. Just venting 😡
    The plumber got used

    Liked by 1 person

    • Irisheyes says:

      Yep. That’s exactly what I said a couple months ago – that the libtard Kansas GOP was using the splitter strategy against Chris Kobach. But getting people to wake up to the corruption of the party has rested on deaf ears.

      So now we’re stuck with a rino who may turn against President Trump. Makes my blood boil!


      • annieoakley says:

        That is discouraging and I wonder why we can’t get control of the RNC? They sent me another envelope with “Donald Trump” plastered all over. Do they think my mailman knows how I vote? My only option is a mail in ballot. (I deliver it in person.)


  13. J Gottfred says:

    I’m liking Cruz more and more; no longer a single term junior senator.


  14. J Gottfred says:

    I’m liking Cruz more and more; no longer a single term junior senator.


  15. Troublemaker10 says:

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  16. PaulCohen says:

    President Trump should show no mercy to the leftist tech companies….. As we all have seen the extremely biased “fact checking” operations of leftist MSM operations Facebook claimed to be setting up a more objective “board” of fact checking overseers…. so of course it turns out that at least 18 (out of 20) new FB fact checking overseers have financial ties to SOROS….. what a surprise!! What lack of bias…..

    Sharyl Attkisson: Facebook’s Fact-Check Board Gets a Lot of ‘Likes’ From Soros

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  17. nwtex says:

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  18. nwtex says:

    After complaint, Hingham chiefs opt to remove ‘thin blue line’ flags from fire trucks igniting controversy
    “They will have to be removed by someone other than a member of this union.”

    Police Chief Glenn Olsson and Fire Chief Steve Murphy wrote to personnel that officials recently received a citizen complaint, prompting the two executives to make the decision to remove the flags, which they say violate town policy that prohibits displaying political messages on town property, The Patriot Ledger reports.

    The flags went up in recognition of the anniversary of the line-of-duty death of Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna, who was killed in July 2018, and were first purchased following Chesna’s death.

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  19. Joemama says:

    Ricky Gervais deserves a medal for flaming hollywood like he did earlier this year:

    The brutal truth can be funny and cathartic.

    I’m pretty sure that he is correct that he will never be asked to host the awards again after that wonderful performance.


  20. nwtex says:

    The 20 sec video is at the bottom of the Blaze article.

    Her tone and expression when she says “…they still have their whiteness” made me freeze.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. spoogels says:

    Moderna CMO sells shares as final vaccine trials begin, raising concerns

    CEO Stéphane Bancel has also cashed out on shares in recent months.

    S C A M
    Its was a scam
    I dont think a successful vaccine has ever been made against a Coronavirus

    Watch Bill Gates in this interview

    Gates was asked:

    Side effects from the Moderna vaccine sound concerning… we looked. After the second dose at least 80% of participants experienced a systemic side effect, ranging from severe chills to fevers. So are these vaccines safe?


    article here:

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  22. nwtex says:

    Serious? Unhinged Wisconsin Teachers Plant Fake Tombstones to Represent Kids Dying From The Virus!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Yep, I want fatty McGee with her stupid ankle tats teaching my kid. Looks like a firing is in order.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Free Speech says:

      These people will only respond when they’ve had the self-righteousness slapped out of them. I’m not advocating that. I’m just stating a fact about their psychological condition. They actually want to validate themselves by being so odious that they invite violence upon themselves, and only then can they actually show the scars of their imagined oppression.


    • Eric C. says:

      Isn’t everyday a “day of resistance” for the woke culture? Just sayin’


    • Troublemaker10 says:

      I’m about ready to support H1b visas for foreign teachers to do the job American teachers won’t do.

      Seriously, too many teachers come across as mentally ill and unstable. I’m worried for our kids.

      Liked by 2 people

      • evergreen says:

        There are countless people across the land who are capable by profession of teaching K-12. They are not professional teachers, as they have not spent the time, misery. and money to become “credentialed”, and for that reason they are not allowed inside the classroom.

        The unions have a strangle hold on America in the main. If teacher licensing/credentialing were thrown out, we would have immediate employment opportunities for any professional whose industry hit hard times.

        Think about this. When was the last time you imagined an attorney or a corporate VP or director or nurse teaching elementary or high school students for a semester or more before rotating back to their primary career? Wouldn’t that be a hoot? Professional skills applicable to education of youngsters and providing a temporary or permanent career opportunity for “non-teachers”. Unions would tip over with apoplexy if that were to ever become an accepted reality.

        Let’s consider making that reality possible….


    • Matthew LeBlanc says:

      So sick of seeing fat slobs preaching to others about how to stay healthy and alive.


  23. TMonroe says:

    “ Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson’s latest booklet on coronavirus was released on Tuesday, focusing on the unprecedented decision to shut down parts of America in an attempt to combat the coronavirus pandemic.”

    “Lockdowns really came out of nowhere. When you look at the history of lockdowns, they were rejected over and over again as a tool when we were considering what to do about flu epidemics, including flu epidemics that would have been much worse than what the coronavirus epidemic is,” Berenson said. “I’m talking about something up to the Spanish Flu, or possibly even worse than that. The health authorities and the scientists who considered this said, ‘No lockdowns. Lockdowns don’t work.’”

    “While Berenson said previous data suggests that lockdowns don’t work once you get to an epidemic stage, the complicated decision to implement them anyway was made in a matter of days as leaders struggled to understand COVID-19. “We threw out a lot of work that we had done in a matter of days,” Berenson said. “It is completely unprecedented. Wherever you stand on lockdowns, you should understand how unprecedented this is.”

    “Berenson said the closest comparison is during World War II, when the government essentially took control of society. “Even during World War II, yes the U.S. government took over large industries and quasi-nationalized production of essential commodities and stuff, there weren’t efforts to control people’s actions,” he said. “This really is unprecedented.”“

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    • pyromancer76 says:

      Use Ivermectin – also Zinc-HCQ in early stages – No more lockdown. Virus cured.


    • Dixie Sugarbaker says:

      There should have been rolling lockdowns, not a nationwide lockdown. When a state or area reached a certain threshold, then there could be a short, targeted lockdown. The economy would have taken a smaller hit, and people’s live would not have been as severely impacted as it was.


    • I think lockdown decision was one of the worst decisions ever made by a President and now he can’t get out of it…


  24. spoogels says:

    Chinese Whistleblower, Dr. Li-Meng Yan Finally Dropped the Bombshells: Lab-Made, PLA Owned, RaTG-13 was Faked, Original Virus from Zhoushan Island, Not Yunnan Province


    Chinese whistleblower alleges coronavirus originated from People’s Liberation Army military lab

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  25. Oldspeak says:

    This is becoming rather boring and repetitive, but if anyone still believes that the lockdowns and government interventions world wide have ANYTHING to do with saving lives, overburdening the health care system etc, well, it’s probably too late to bother with scientific analysis. The media and scare mongers have won the day, and the sheep willingly follow. To see what the actual story looks like please see what this South African group of experts in various fields have produced in collaboration – The site introduces and explains in detail – see page three of the covid live stream data page of just how far off the governments “model” is, and how they are knowingly sticking to blatantly incorrect projections. If one pages through it becomes more than obvious that this is true for most governments worldwide. And unlike governments shrouded in secrecy and media censorship, they INVITE fellow scientists to criticise and point out any errors in their work. Make up your own mind. I just hope their voice is not also not silenced.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. A2 says:


    Highest-level US cabinet official to visit Taiwan.

    I can see the tantrums in the celestial kingdom 🤣

    Liked by 7 people

    • Ninja7 says:

      Good to see you, with your insights that our lame stream media will not cover.
      Trust that all is well with you and yours.
      Stay Safe,


  27. Lucille says:

    This, my friends, is Nancy Pelosi’s district. Pelosi spends all her time on promoting hatred for Donald Trump, and obviously none on her constituents’ problems or concerns…

    Chaos by the Bay: The Truth About Homelessness in San Francisco
    August 3, 2020

    San Francisco has become plagued by homelessness, addiction, and property crime. In this short documentary, journalist Christopher F. Rufo investigates what went wrong—how one of the world’s most prosperous cities has become a haven of public disorder.

    Liked by 2 people

    • cheering4america says:

      “There’s no way out of it, it’s spreading at such a rapid rate that it’s overwhelming.”

      The recovered drug addict talks about being held to account, the very idea of accountability crops up repeatedly. While the DA releases more and more criminals from prison to commit more and more crime, and decriminalizing public prostitution, defecation, drug use, etc., has only continued the expansion of the tent cities.

      This was worth watching again. If only as an example of what not to do.


  28. A2 says:


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  29. A2 says:


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  30. Guyski says:

    Word of mouth. Don’t underestimate it.

    Word of mouth can take a small independent film and make it a blockbuster. Or, word of mouth can take a big budget, big name, hollywood movie with a promotion budget in the tens of millions of dollars and turn it into a big flop.

    I really think this applies to the election and President Trump knows this. 😁

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  31. DeWalt says:

    I predict what we’ll find is that not enough of what people were reprehensibly engaged in, during the Obama administration, is categorically illegal. But there’s a lot of it that should be – and decades’ worth of technology sprinting ahead of statute law for us to catch up with.


  32. A2 says:

    Merkel, what to do…😂

    Liked by 2 people

  33. Ausonius says:

    Not much here about the primaries yesterday: Lunatic DEM Tlaib won re-nomination in Michigan by c. 60%-40%. “Cori Bush,” an A O-C clone and Black-Lives-Matter Marxist supported by Sanders, won a Missouri primary for Congress (St. Louis area) against a DEM incumbent named Lacy Clay.

    By someone named “Max Berger” quoted on Bretibart:

    I’m not sure people understand how enormous of an upset it is for @CoriBush to defeat Lacy Clay.

    She’s a nurse who’s never held elective office. She doesn’t know rich people she can call for big checks. She didn’t moderate her stances to accommodate the status quo.

    It’s huge.

    “7 incumbents, 4 Republicans and 3 DEMS, were unseated.”


    Liked by 1 person

    • Sentient says:

      I’m going to hold my nose and ask for a Democrat ballot on Tuesday to vote for Ilhan Omar’s democrat opponent – even though he’s also anti Trump. I especially hate her for dumping her husband. I’d like to see her humiliated, although she’s probably useful to the president as a foil. If anything will help the president win MN (a stretch), it’ll be sane outstate voters voting against the insane libs in the cities.


    • mikeyboo says:

      Ausonius-thanks for bringing this up. Those two races-in particular- are very upsetting. Tlaib and Bush are both mega toxic to America. Their wins may not have been totally surprising, given the times and the districts which they won, but they are still deeply troubling. We need a MAGA revolution that overwhelms the opposition even more than Pres Trump’s victory in his presidential election.


  34. sunnyflower5 says:

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  35. If Trump wins, or if Trump loses, can anyone really see the social fabric of this nation improving after Nov 4th? I think this nation is too divided to see any recovery any time soon, if ever.

    My point I wish to make is this. All of our divisions come from Washington DC and their media lackeys, and the corporate wealth which controls them all. We don’t control them. They control us. It was never meant to be like this. We don’t have an informed electorate. We have a totally corrupt political establishment. Even our democratic election process is now destroyed and sullied. Until the nation wakes up to this, even it’s conservative voices, I am afraid nothing will improve. Ever.

    Even worse, is the process of acknowledging that this has been a broken system for over 30 years. Maybe longer.

    Unless we start demanding the break up of power in Washington DC, by force, nothing will change. If your government doesn’t live among your voters, then this is the result. They even call it “fly over country” in a disdainful manner. They do not govern, they rule. Washington is our own Royal Family, the very thing we fought against for our independence. Why should they fear us? They never ever get to see us, or meet us.

    I see only one solution. Break it all up, and rebuilt it.

    – Get rid of the CIA. Forever.
    – Abolish the FBI, and start again.
    – Move most departments out of Washington, and separate them. Put the DOJ in Kansas city. The Federal Reserve should be in Oklahoma City. The Supreme Court in Idaho. The new FBI should be based in Salt Lake City. And so on. Just leave Congress in Washington. Move the White House to the center of the nation. It can all still remain federal. Just like our foreign Embassies. But concentrated in one place, and isolated from the nation, just isn’t working anymore in 2020. The world has moved on. Technology means it can spread itself around.

    I truly believe this. If Washington DC continues to stand, then this nation is finished. It is too far gone to ever recover. It acts as our own Monarchy, ruling over us. They exempt themselves from rules we must follow. They do not have to quarantine, or wear masks, or to socially distance. They exempt themselves from insider trading rules, even though they are at the heart of all information gathering. They exempt pharma companies from lawsuits for vaccines that are rushed through testing. They exempt themselves from almost every law that applies to us. And when caught breaking laws, nobody does anything. They just shrug. Capitalism can’t function in a world of Crony Governmental Corruption. All they do is divide and conquer. They have lost their way so much, that one election will solve nothing. Because one man can not solve this. This is a problem only a revolution can solve.

    Either Washington falls, or our children will be slaves of the New Fascists. Sorry to be dramatic, but this is our reality.

    Technology has moved on, and moved against us. Technology has progressed to the extent that Washington DC no longer works in our favor. We need to keep the constitution, but completely rethink how government is structured within the USA. Laws must be applied to everyone, including elected officials and Federal workers.

    The constitution is our only hope, but Washington DC is our enemy. All of it. Every building, every department, every lobbyist, every media center, every lawyer, every phony bailout, every scare story – all of it.

    We stare down at the prospect of fascism and tyranny. But then the smart people wake up and realize that it is already here. It is just that the people don’t know it yet.

    Washington will never reform itself through the ballot box. Never. People need to wake up to that. I wonder how long that will take, and what the country will look like when they do.

    I plan to protest there this weekend.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Alligator Gar says:

      “Why would I exchange one tyrant 3,000 miles away for 3,000 tyrants one mile away?”
      –The Patriot

      Liked by 1 person

    • cheering4america says:

      Don’t disagree with any of your points.

      I think however you underestimate the impact of the marriage of these power-hungry tyrants and “continuity of government” types with the mainstream media and its grasp on cancel culture.

      Also, I have begun to believe that moving these agencies into the hinterland would metastasize the sickness rather than cure it, just as moving silicon valley type corporations to Dallas has turned a long conservative city into yet another nest of BLM/antifa loving crazies.


  36. Mark W says:

    Eunuch Stelter: “Fox is fear-mongering that Biden won’t debate Trump” Benson: “The Left is pushing that narrative” Eunuch Stelter: “Now it’s not the time to yak about it”

    Liked by 1 person

    • The Gipper Lives says:

      CNN itself has featured many ‘Biden don’t /won’t debate’ stories.

      But you can’t blame Tater for not watching his own network. Nobody else does either.


  37. Little Berkeley Conservative says:

    We have a little war going on all over.

    The other side is trying to divide and conquer.

    We are the Deplorables and trying to bring everyone together.

    I’m in the home of Angela Davis.
    I’m sure the way I might organize my writing might be confusing, as I just started doing this strategy of engaging with these people.

    By people, I’m referring to the Democrats. By day and online they are caring, concerned, trolling, liberal ass wipes, but at night the black clothing comes on and they torch your house.

    They are Racists!!!!!

    In the conversation from ef book that I showed you yesterday, a crazed Democrat was attacking a Jewish Trump supporter and a Black (Embarrassed) Democrat because we were discussing poverty, job loss and no one able to pay the rent.

    There’s something else very ironic about me calling out the county health department, but I can’t say.

    I was really, really pissed yesterday.

    I’ve been talking with blm folks. Little blm folks and trying to explain difference between lower case and upper case blm.

    We are infidels, in case you didn’t know!

    Think about that!

    That concept will help you relate or not?

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  38. sunnyflower5 says:

    C’Mon Maaaaaaan!

    Liked by 1 person

  39. mayflowerchild says:

    CLEARLY, masks are NOT helping contain the China-Crud. In fact, just looking at the numbers: the more masks that are being worn – the higher the case count & death numbers go.

    Liked by 1 person

    • L4grasshopper says:

      Cases counts up because testing is way up.

      Death rates are down.

      Liked by 1 person

      • lawgiver says:

        >Cases counts up because testing is way up.

        Yes, but if you say masks don’t work because of all the new cases, either they agree or they have to cite this to correct you and you win anyway.


    • steph_gray says:

      I agree with all of that except the idea that death numbers are going higher – they are plummeting, despite numbers being cooked everywhere with months-old death certificates lumped into a single day for yellowstream media to crow about.

      COVID-1984 is so last month now. And the DementoRats have exhausted their playbook. And best of all, sundance is on the case.

      As he told us all – live your best life NOW!


  40. Ausonius says:

    Considering the decline of “establishment” DEMS and their transformation into open Communists because of the Tlaib-A.O-C crowd: undoubtedly Pelosi and Schumer, similar to Weimar Republic German politicians like Franz von Papen, think they can use these neo-Communists as puppets, in the way the Weimar establishment tought they could control Hitler and the Nazis.

    When President Trump wins in November, and the margin will be irrelevant, do NOT expect these Communists to whimper and go away quietly to become less radical and take any advice from the establishment DEMS.

    What everyone should expect is an actual attempt – with murders, assassinations, rioting, especially rioting in the suburbs – at a Revolution. Communists believe in the legitimacy AND the moral superiority of their political doctrines. Marxism is an ersatz religion of utopian atheism whose adherents can be just as fervent as any radical Moslem. Revolution is as necessary to them – perhaps even more necessary, sad to say – as “spreading the Good News of Salvation” should be to Christians.

    The election of President Trump will only reinforce and – to them – prove their belief that a majority of Americans must be racist, fascist, and “deplorable.” Therefore, Revolution is necessary, where the enlightened elite Communists representing a “true majority” of the oppressed must overcome the racist, fascist, reprehensible bourgeoisie.

    We can expect a massive outcry of “Fraud!” about the election, a massive outcry that even if the election was not fraudulent, America is evil and must be transformed immediately, and the contradiction involved will be ignored via Orwellian DoubleThink.

    If they win somehow (fraud indeed may be involved), it will only mean that the Revolution will happen faster, perhaps with less violence, perhaps not. A major question involves police and the military: would they obey orders e.g. to lock up citizens without cause, by presidential order? Will they obey orders reeking of Stalin? If yes, our side will need to make a serious decision:

    What will we do?

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    • butch cassidy says:

      This movement is no where near as big as you and others are suggesting here today. It reminds me of the the gay movement a few years back. The media makes you think it’s half the country when in fact it was less than 4 percent. I know many liberals who totally hate Trump and have big time TDS however they are fed up with the rioting and lawlessness that is going on in this country. We need to keep up what we are doing and make sure we reach as many younger folks as we can because someone has to run with the ball when we end up sidelined. Lets not make the enemy appear bigger than they really are.


      • Ausonius says:

        I do hope that you are correct! However, History has shown that a small, elite, and ruthless minority can indeed impose their minority viewpoint upon the disorganized majority, e.g. keep in mind the Russians in 1917, the Germans in 1932, the Chinese in 1948-1949, and many other countries.

        Homosexuality is everywhere today: I agree that the percentage of homosexuals remains around 5% in any given population, yet look at the ubiquity of their agenda of “normalization.” It has even now and then infected the Hallmark movies which my wife used to like! Again, they were organized, loud, and successfully pushed their “normalization” agenda onto the rest of us by calling the majority “bigots” and worse.

        Homosexuals can even adopt and rear children now!!! An Frankensteinian experiment in child psychology unthinkable 40 years ago!!! Where is the outcry? This has been perhaps one of the top, most astonishing moral and civic disasters in my 7 decades next to Abortion being “normalized.”

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    • kbrion77 says:

      The Dems are sinister people, but remember that they are extremely smart and have no regrets burning the country to the ground, that’s a dangerous combo. They know they can’t really “lose” with mail in voting. What if Republicans do a full sweep in November? The Dems will hammer mail in fraud and send the nation into an absolute chaos state that we will never recover from. They will hammer that the President was elected by mail fraud which will dwarf the previous Russia collusion narrative.


      • butch cassidy says:

        kbrion. so what you are posting here is no matter what happens we lose? Look I understand we are in dangerous times, I just don’t accept that half the people in this country want it burnt down. More than a majority of this country loves prosperity and their freedom and they are seeing that fade. They aren’t willing to give away their wealth and freedom. Yes we are in a fight but lets not lose sight of the fact that we are by far the majority and when we win we will reap the rewards. If not, what’s the point?


    • If Trump wins. Prepare to start shooting back on Nov 4th.
      If Trump loses. Prepare to start shooting back on Jan 21.

      Either way. Plan on shooting back. The election is simply to determine who gets to fly Old Glory at the front of their troops.


    • bessie2003 says:

      What will we do?

      Hope for the best prepare for the worse?


  41. avocadodipp says:

    Democrats’ Worst Nightmare: Black Trump Supporters March in Los Angeles, Champion #BlackLivesMAGA

    Liked by 1 person

    • Robert Smith says:

      I appreciate the sentiment and read that guy’s tweet yesterday. But it’s not really much of a march is it?


      • avocadodipp says:

        I just saw a story on FOX about a father who made his son sell all of his possessions, because the kid took the car out for a joy ride. Is that news? I don’t think so, but people on FOX thought it was of interest.

        I think the March, as small as it was, is news. – more so than all the cute little kitty videos I’ve had to watch.

        Black people (yes, just a few), using there constitutional right of free speech to support openly President Trump – in LA, no less! What outrageous courage! These people now have targets on their backs – you know Antifa will be showing up at their doors. They will also have to deal with blowback from neighbors, friends, family, colleagues, etc.

        So, yeah, I think it’s news. And it might even inspire other people of color to be more open about their ideas, whatever way they lean. They need to watch their backs, though…


  42. InAz says:

    I read that Kansas elected a “moderate” Republican to run for Senate over a true Conservative. The Republican party worked against the true Conservative claiming the moderate was the only one who could defeat the Commie Dem nominee. The moderate had the support from the Chamber of Commerce…..that right there says everything.


    • kaste668 says:

      McConnell money I believe supported the rino


    • bessie2003 says:

      I was reading that over $5 million was pumped into the loser’s campaign by Democrats trying to get him to win so they would have a better chance of winning in the general election.

      President Trump called and congratulated the winner, so that’s something.


  43. hazlenut22 says:

    Are you a Junkie or a lyin’ dog-faced pony soldier? The Master of the Word Salad:

    Liked by 1 person

  44. MaineCoon says:

    The Daily Presidential Prayer Briefing is asking us to pray for the following:

    For wisdom for the president and Arizona governor as they meet today.

    For God to guide the president as he makes decisions to best serve the nation during this time.

    For members of the White House Coronavirus taskforce as they continue to lead the federal response to the ongoing outbreak.

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  45. MaineCoon says:

    Just imagine….

    FTA: The leader of an American communist group endorsed former Democrat Vice President Joe Biden for president, portraying the 77-year-old as a better choice than President Donald Trump.

    The removal of Trump from office is part of the “revolution” to overthrow the current systems governing the United States, Communist Party USA leader Bob Avakian said in a statement on the group’s website.

    “Imagine what Trump will do if he is given a second-term ‘mandate’ through re-election this coming November,” he wrote.


    • Meriadoc01 says:

      Long-time commie Angela Davis has come out for Biden too. Why wouldn’t she? Biden will is an empty vessel who can be manipulated into supporting whatever the Reds want. The cabinet could be turned into a kind of “Supreme Soviet” that would really run everything. Such a cabinet could even be staffed with Obama, Hillary, hell, even Jimmy Carter; you wouldn’t have all this “term-limit” stuff to deal with. And I suspect the constitution would become a dead letter anyway if the dems/commies win. There won’t BE any United States anymore.


  46. MaineCoon says:

    Guess they know how to do it correctly when they want to….Actually, they do it however they want based on the outline they want.

    FTA: A Department of Justice review of 29 spy applications approved by a secret court uncovered only two material errors, in stark contrast to the 17 major errors discovered in applications to spy on former Trump campaign associate Carter Page.

    The findings bolster the case that the FBI acted with bias against Trump’s campaign.


  47. Dora says:

    Liked by 2 people

  48. spoogels says:

    How Are Dems Going to Handle It When Trump Wins? Not Well, If the Podesta War Game Scenario Is Any Indication


  49. Troublemaker10 says:

    Liked by 2 people

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