August 10th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1299

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719 Responses to August 10th – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1299

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. 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…..

    🌟 “But You, Lord, are on high forevermore. ” 🌟 —-Psalm 92:8

    ✅ Thank You, Lord, for protecting President Trump & MAGA Team Today
    ✅ Pres. Trump and MAGA Team arrived safely back in the WH from NJ.
    ✅ Two wonderful days of massive Boat Parades all around USA showing their determined support for our President Trump
    ✅ Pres. Trump has 36% approval rating with Black voters–Rasmussen
    ✅ Every weekend this summer has shown 4th of July-style Boat Parades supporting President Trump…Winning!!
    ✅ Keyboard Warriors have been fantastic, they just keep hounding the Opposition’s lies and making sure everyone hear the truth/facts. I suspect they enjoy doing this..Go get ’em, Keyboard Warriors
    ✅ Thank You, Lord, for those who are healing today…on Monday
    ✅ 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 AG Barr & investigative team (Durham,etc) to do the right thing to rescue America
    — States like Calif and NY who are getting beaten down. Pray for protection for the Treepers/Trump supporters esp those who plan to stay & fight against tyrannical governors
    — for protection for pro-American/Trump groups like Back The Blue, Rescue America, Walk Away, etc
    — for protection for Federal Agents and their eyes, as they surge into siege cities
    — for protection for Americans–and all buildings and landmarks
    — “No” to vote-by-mail/mail-in ballots & ballot harvesting-We need Voter ID
    — Post Office obey the Rule of Law and turn in all illegal ballots
    — 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 16.9M 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 276/450-500 miles of WALL
    — for protection/healing for American children/youth-Young Landen is healed!
    — *🇺🇸* — “ Everybody Knows ” — *🇺🇸*

    🦅 ” The duty of a President is to put this nation’s own citizens first.” (Whirlpool speech)
    — 🇺🇸 — 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 Monday, August 10, 2020 — 👌
    Countdown: 85 more days…. to “4 MORE YEARS” WiN

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  3. citizen817 says:

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    • Jimmy Jack says:


      Remember when we were all excited here when he was first added to the admn? It’s been a crazy ride.

      Liked by 9 people

    • WSB says:

      I love this!

      Mooch was a coplete disaster.

      He must have some criminal financials he needs to hide!!!

      Liked by 2 people

    • mr.piddles says:

      Didn’t see it, and I’m not so sure I want to partake in any more ‘Mooch Bitchfest.

      Why do they keep giving him airtime? He just keeps saying the same anti-Trump nonsense… over… and over… and over…

      Hey, pal. Why don’t you go write your own little Orange Man Bad book, like the rest? And we’ll put it right on top of the pile with the other ones. You’ll be in good company. Dink.

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  4. citizen817 says:

    Barr/Levin pt 1

    pt 2

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    • A2 says:


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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Thank you, Citizen, for posting the videos.

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    • Kaco says:

      I listened to this, saw this tweet on

      I started to read the replies because, who could argue with this discussion of what’s happening?

      I can’t believe they are saying the same things we say, that Barr and all the GOP do is “projection” and they claim he is the most political AG we’ve ever had and is set on destroying the Constitution. Look at them!

      This tells me there is no way we will ever wake these people up. I don’t know how we will do it or try. They won’t believe it.

      Eric Holder, Obama’s “wingman”, give me a break. You mean to tell me they are all for this communist revolution or do they even know what’s going on? Barr did say basically the media is lying about the riots, they don’t show the rocks and other projectiles being thrown or anything else Antifa is doing.

      Look how the NYT flat out lied about POTUS wants to be on Mt Rushmore.

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    • T2020 says:

      Great video. So…why hasn’t Barr shut down Antifa in America if they are classified as “domestic terrorists”???


  5. sunnydaze says:

    Yes! Earlier Debate!

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  6. Stillwater says:

    ***Today’s Fisher Industries / WeBuildTheWall 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 112 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.
    – – – – –
    Saturday night update – 8/8/20 – (See link above.)

    – BorderReport article: Ground repairs underway at site of private border wall in South Texas
    – 7 photos of the erosion repair work at Project 2.

    – – – – –
    Sunday night update – 8/9/20

    – Another article (Texas Public Radio) w/ more quotes from Tommy Fisher:
    Privately Built Border Wall In Texas Faces Erosion Worsened By Hurricane Hanna

    – – – – –
    ***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.)
    • (8/3/20)… Fisher was awarded an additional contract for 17 miles. So Fisher probably has at least 112 miles, 90 miles of which have been reported on. Including the unreported awards, Fisher could have at least 124 miles of contract(s).

    ***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.

    ***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.

    🙏 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 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… as well as WBTW’s private projects, 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, differences of opinion on potential deflection of water off the wall during flood event, 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.
    Or perhaps Fisher just spreading the right mixture of topsoil/sand/clay over the surface, as they appear to be doing, would be all that’s required for the hydroseed to become established…

    – 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:

      Article (Includes audio clip after photo in article.) – 8/6/20
      (See also yesterday’s wall posts for 7 photos showing the repair work being done on the riverbank.)

      Note: As far as I can tell, the examples of erosion at the foundation appear to be located under the outer, foot deep concrete slab portion of the T-shaped foundation which helps stabilize the wall against high winds. The center, 3.5 feet deeper part of the foundation which supports the wall appears to be solid. I expect we’ll find out more details later.)

      Privately Built Border Wall In Texas Faces Erosion Worsened By Hurricane Hanna

      Hector Guajardo is a land surveyor tasked with inspecting a 3-mile long private border wall in Mission, Texas. He and others recently spotted significant, visible holes underneath the concrete where the border wall stands and other signs of erosion in the ground.
      – “This longer damage area is 52 feet,” said Guajardo while pointing to other areas where there’s more damage.

      – At the same time, Fisher is trying to repair the damage from Hurricane Hanna, the category one storm that hit The Valley two weeks ago. 
      – Heavy machinery is picking-up dirt, dropping it off and smoothing it out on the south side of the wall, where he also plans on adding a road.

      – Fisher does not deny that his wall is having issues with erosion.
      – “No matter what we do, if there’s a huge storm there’s erosion. You guys can look anywhere you want in Hidalgo County and there’s been erosion that has happened,” said Fisher. “The difference here is that the erosion, or the storm, doesn’t affect the wall or the road and we have the ability to fix that here and we have the ability to make it stronger so it doesn’t happen, or it happens a lot less.”

      – He said they’re also doing something called hydroseeding, which adds vegetation to try and hold the soil together, and prevent future erosion.
      – “On some places the grass grew more, some places it grew less, that’s why we’re coming back as part of our erosion control maintenance plan,” said Fisher.

      – Fisher’s wall is about 3 miles long and costs more than $40 million. He said he’s confident it will withstand future rainfall or an even stronger hurricane because it’s built to last.
      – “I guarantee that I’m going to be back here when I’m 90 and there’s nothing that’s going to have changed here,” said Fisher.

      – Despite the lawsuits, criticism from Trump and the cost to repair the constant damage from erosion, Fisher said it all has been worth it.
      – “I think it’s a learning experience when you build anything and I think with the knowledge I’ve got from this project, if the President or DHS decided a primary wall system is going to be more beneficial in the Rio Grande, we know how to build it, what we’re going to do, how fast and everything else,” said Fisher. “You sort of walk before you run and I have no regrets and I’d do it all over again if I could.”

      – Even with critiques from Trump, the administration is still working with Fisher. He’s been awarded almost $2 billion dollars in federal contracts to build more border wall.

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      • BetsyRossRocked says:

        Praying and Praising !

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      • dilonsfo says:

        Yeah, the T shape was a bad idea for the river side. All it takes is a small hole for water to get down and begin traveling under the T. I had built a much smaller wall on a piece of property I owned. A gopher dug his trench along the river side of the foundation. First heavy rain and the water ran down the hole and followed the little fellows trench, exited at a low point and that began the erosion. I had to dig the entire length (158 feet) and fill the newly dug trench with concrete but that stopped the erosion. I am sure their engineers will come up with a better and more economical method. My neighbor put in a a drain pipe the length of his with concrete spill ways at both ends and down to the river for the run off. The state was not happy with that fix but it worked.

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        • Stillwater says:

          Thanks for the giving your personal experience with walls dilfonso ~

          I think Fisher had limitations with how deep they could dig a foundation that close to the water level, which was one of the reasons they went with the T-shaped design.

          I’m thinking the rock road TheMonitor article mentioned that Fisher is planning to build adjacent to the T-shaped foundation will offer an additional 10 feet of protection away from the wall. Not need to wait for grass to grow next to the wall to provide protection.

          As for the little critters, I’m not sure if they dig through rock roads (1 to 3 inch rocks) as well or if they limit their tunneling to soil.

          TheMonitor article was dated Monday, 8/3/20. On Friday, 8/7/20 I read a post from a different site where the poster said the new road would be made of concrete, which if true, would create a good buffer so any erosion would occur at the edge of the new road.

          I haven’t posted the source yet because I’m not sure if between Monday and Friday a decision had been made to switch from a rock road to a concrete on the riverbank side of the wall… or if the poster was mistaken. We’ll have to wait and see.

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  7. A2 says:

    I was waiting for after grandma’s prayer to post.

    Continued from the last open thread. 攬炒

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  8. Robert Smith says:

    From a doctor on the “front line” in Sweden. Read the whole article it has his whole chain of reasoning.

    “…In total covid has killed under 6,000 people in a country of ten million. A country with an annual death rate of around 100,000 people. Considering that 70% of those who have died of covid are over 80 years old, quite a few of those 6,000 would have died this year anyway. That makes covid a mere blip in terms of its effect on mortality…”

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    • nimrodman says:

      yeah, that’s good reasoning

      besides that, 6,000 deaths in a country of ten million is 600 per million

      600 x 330 million US population is 198,000

      current covid deaths in the US stand at 154,520

      The United States is doing well better than Sweden

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      • Robert Smith says:

        On a strict death count, yes. But Sweden is operating normally and we aren’t with all the costs that imposes. Who knows how long our economic and social suicide continues here.

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        • nimrodman says:

          ah, very true Robert, thanks for pointing out the other side of the equation

          I didn’t really give it much thought, only long enough to pull out my calculator and then I moved on without thinking any deeper into it

          I was watching Shampoo (1975) out of my other eye, has a lot of pretty women in it – Julie Christie, Goldie Hawn, bunch of others. It’s set in 1968, with a lot of counterculture kitsch in it, hippies and such, smoking left-handed cigarettes, that sort of thing

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          • Shelley Childs says:

            …and an underaged (15) Carrie Fisher, who later said that Warren Beatty offered to reliever her of the burden of her virginity, to which she politely declined.

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  9. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    A note of encouragement. Here is the start of Grace Community Church’s service yesterday:

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  10. sunnydaze says:

    #BlackVoicesforTrump is/has been doing an incredible job getting out there to educate people on Trump’s accomplishments, policies, and registering people to vote all over the US.

    And they’re doing a phenomenal job in FL., which pleases me no end, since I live here and want it RED.

    Quisha’s in Jacksonville area.

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  11. Robert Smith says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      …”lit a small fire inside….”

      um…..”small” fires DO become Big Fires.

      Or maybe this “reporter” is not aware of that fact?

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    • RAC says:

      Turning their stuff back on them, echo of PDJT’s “it’s a peaceful protest” reply re mask wearing.


    • Bec74 says:

      The woman is getting arrested. Why should the officer wait for a female officer to pat her down? He has to check that she’s not in possession of weapons. These liberals are triggered by everything. Crazy!


      • KBR says:

        I guess it would be inappropriate to say “Since the police are now prohibited from NOT hiring lesbians, why do you insist on a female?”


  12. Magabear says:

    My new favorite name for the scamdemic perpetrators: Branch Covidians! 😄

    This list of terminologies from Ethical Skeptic is enlightening, but this one in particular describes the way the left tries to conceal their true motives and agenda:

    “ideam tutela – concealed agency. A questionable idea or religious belief which is surreptitiously promoted through an inverse negation. A position which is concealed by an arguer because of their inability to defend it, yet is protected at all costs without its mention – often through attacking without sound basis, every other form of opposing idea.”

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  13. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    Pastor MacArthur with Eric Metaxas:

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  14. sunnydaze says:

    Lester Goodman getting out the word and vote in Miami area.

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  15. Treepers, FYI. If you haven’t read Doug Wead’s book entitled “Inside Trump’s White House” let me recommend it. For those of us who love our President, it’s simply a fascinating read.

    There are so many details we would never know. Numerous interviews with each of the children, Melania , Lara,Jared, Paula White, and President Trump himself….plus more.

    When you get this inside view of how hard they all worked in spite of no help from anyone; not even the RNC, because they all wanted him to fail you’ll be amazed and how he ever won.

    They are truly the most remarkable family I have ever heard of and these children were so lucky to have him as their father.

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  16. nwtex says:

    2014: Obama pandemic warning

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  17. TMonroe says:

    Willful blindness, PC priorities and agendas, and general insanity converge in a Washington Post story in the “Public Safety” section (I guess calling it the Crime section doesn’t fit the agenda) by Peter Hermann, Michael Brice-Saddler and Clarence Williams (names included given the propensity of the Post to move local reporters into national coverage later on):

    ‘At least 20 people shot, one fatally, at a party attended by hundreds in Southeast Washington’ (and an off-duty police officer was critically injured):

    So what is a primary focus of the story featuring the loss of life and the mass shooting where “authorities Sunday were hard-pressed to recall another time when so many people were shot in a single incident” in a city with its fair share of crime? Get this:

    “The party and the tragedy that ensued revived questions about large gatherings that flout Mayor Muriel E. Bowser’s order that prohibits groups larger than 50 people and requires those older than 2 to wear a mask when they leave home and are likely to come into contact with others. The mask requirement, one of the strictest in the nation, was toughened recently after cases began to spike.”

    That’s right; in a story rife with the futility of stopping gun violence via strict laws that criminals ignore, the writers and editors actually the focus to the questions raised by gatherings that flout mask mandates amongst the “strictest in the nation”.

    That’s right; in a story where ‘AT LEAST 20 PEOPLE WERE SHOT’, the concern voiced high in the story is about safety concerns related to mask use!

    The willful blindness seemed to persist: “D.C. officials said the hundreds of people at the party made it a clear violation of Bowser’s orders to control the spread of the coronavirus. Violations carry fines up to $1,000.” This is in a part of town that isn’t going to be confused with the areas where congressmen and former presidents are hanging their hats. Anyone really think that multiple fines would be applied to attendees of gatherings in such areas that will stick?

    And then there’s Bowser: “Authorities have struggled with how to address violations of the city’s coronavirus restrictions and have repeatedly declined to say specifically how police would enforce the rules. But speaking from the scene of Sunday’s shooting, Bowser indicated law enforcement may have to be more aggressive. “It’s very important that as a community we have a zero-tolerance for this activity,” Bowser said, noting police will have to make some “difficult decisions” and “break up these events.” Bowser added, “And the community is going to have to understand that some people may have to go to jail.”

    “We know it’s summer time, people have been cooped up and they don’t have a lot of places to go,” Bowser said. “There have been cookouts that have happened peacefully for years and years that are spinning out of control.””

    Wait, aggressive law enforcement with ‘zero-tolerance’ is suddenly on the table as a solution — if not so much for crime and specifically for murder and mass shootings but for mask violations? Jailing people of a demographic with high poverty and incarceration rates (as we keep hearing) is an answer now rather than the “we’re not going to arrest our way out of this” slogan for the criminal justice reform / turnstile prison construct? Neat.

    Meanwhile, the article has this from the police chief: “Newsham said he blames the availability of illegal firearms and that people caught using them are not deterred by the criminal justice system. He also has said criminal suspects freed from jail because of the coronavirus pandemic are contributing to the violence.” Why exactly would criminals who plead down one charge after another be deterred by such a system, especially with the added bonus of releases — first through the “overcrowding” excuse, then the “disproportionate, and nonviolent” one, and now just get out of jail free cuz virus cards? The Soviet and Orwellian disconnects from reality and common sense are telling, including from the writers.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      And if you are reading the WaPo and you don’t say WTF is this cr@p, you are a brainwashed idiot.

      Liked by 1 person

    • TMonroe says:

      Additional items from the story:

      “Charisma Brown, Christopher’s aunt, expressed dismay that police did not break up the event sooner. She described it as a gathering of hundreds and said it had been advertised for days. “If we’re in the coronavirus thing, why were they allowed to gather that big? Why were they allowed to throw a function that big?” she said. “They said there was a flier sent out, they knew about this. This wasn’t something that was hidden.””

      Amazing how there is no connecting the dots with the whole vilification of the police and the mayor’s antics regarding rioters near the White House and diminished law enforcement by police. With all of the politics involved, why would the usual PC prioritizers dare to stop gatherings of this kind in the environment that has been allowed to become the norm?

      And this from a longtime DC Councilman (remember, they want to be a state): “Mendelson said there is no easy solution to enforcement, but those congregating across D.C. must recognize that mask-wearing and social distancing make a difference in the midst of a public health emergency. “I don’t think we want to arrest people for not wearing masks, but people need to wear masks, and I don’t know how we make that happen if people are going to disobey the directive,” he said.”

      Here’s what you do: you enforce the law and don’t let that act turn into a political football. Then, if there’s ever a case where there is a virus which melts brains or something, then you can — oh who are we kidding, there would be all sorts of enforcers on the job at that point, regardless of federal or local origin.

      There’s this about the 17-year old who was killed: “Christopher had a 1-year-old son and another child on the way.” If anything is systemic that needs addressing, this would be a good start.

      Also, where are all of the ‘protestors’ concerning a mass shooting and the loss of a life (and possibly more) that mattered? Where are all of the funds and support from Nike, FedEx, Target, Amazon, and so forth? Where are CNN etc? Where are the messages of support, calls for change, and $$$$ from pro sports and Hollywood? Where is that certain organization with its initials everywhere which is having so much money funneled to it currently? If the objective was real change, it wouldn’t take a demagogue-able tableau as far as perp and victim(s) to elicit meaningful attention and action, would it?

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      • Robert Smith says:

        Coronavirus social distancing and masks were key to solving the thorny gang shooting sprees as in Chicago…

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      • cheering4america says:

        “There’s this about the 17-year old who was killed: “Christopher had a 1-year-old son and another child on the way.” If anything is systemic that needs addressing, this would be a good start.”

        Children having children.

        Two more children who will grow up fatherless. Since BLM has as one of their goals the disruption of the nuclear family they would be proud. We should have started “social” distancing a long time ago!

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  18. sunnydaze says:

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  19. citizen817 says:

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  20. hawkins6 says:

    Obviously, there is a very competitive race in the world to be the first to create an effective vaccine for the Chi Com virus. Money and fame is enticing but saving lives is also a strong motivation.

    An this Oxford university attempt is pushing the vaccine race to the limit with its Challenge Tests. They’re recruiting willing human volunteer guinea pigs to be vaccinated and then deliberately be infected with the virus. They have thousands of volunteers signed up and if this does happen, it will be the fastest way to determine if the vaccine is effective.

    I wonder if President Trump has heard of this method or if his Task Force has suggested or rejected this method?

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    • Robert Smith says:

      At colleges you often see flyers up for test subjects. Is this any different?


      • hawkins6 says:

        “Is this any different?” Yes Robert it’s very different.

        The other Stage 3 trials that are going on now have a placebo group and a group receiving the test vaccine. But then then they return to their normal lives until the volunteers contact Covid-19 in the normal way. This will take a long time for enough people to become infected naturally.

        In the Challenge test method, the doctors vaccinate the volunteers and then after the vaccine has time to activate, the volunteer is exposed to Covid via a droplet spray mechanism that they inhale as a normal infection occurs in large groups etc.

        Medical staff deliberately infecting volunteers with a potentially fatal or lung damaging disease if the vaccine failed is something new.


        • hawkins6 says:

          “..something new…” for this Covid outbreak.


        • Robert Smith says:


          How do they decide what the correct amount/load for them to breathe in?


          • hawkins6 says:

            Given how highly infectious the Covid virus appears to be, it wouldn’t take much of a virus laden aerosol spray in the face to infect someone. Especially when the volunteer is deliberately breathing it in to their lungs.

            If Oxford’s vaccine is effective and they conduct the Challenge tests, I suspect they will be the 1st to announce to the world that they did it.
            How long the immunization will last in the body and the safety rating of the vaccine would still have to be determined.


  21. MtnCougar says:

    The is the best overview yet on what’s REALLY going on behind the covid nonsense – the best part starts around 5 minutes

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    • cheering4america says:

      For everyone who is wondering, WHY are the Dems running Dementia Joe, this video provides the very well sourced but frightening answer that in the event of a Biden win he will be expected to promptly hand over control of the United States to a more global power which is very very angry right now because President Donald Trump refuses to cede our sovereign autonomy. There is no doubt in my mind that Biden would, or would be made to do so, or wouldn’t even realize what he was doing, should it come to that.

      I know, I know, this sounds like a conspiracy theory. Agenda 21, Agenda 2030, One World Order, etc. I used to think it was far-fetched too.

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    • RAC says:

      Excellent video !
      Thank you for posting.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bob says:

      They are all reading from prepared notes…none have a real thought in their head. But they all know all the tenants of Agenda 21


    • Issy says:

      MtnCougur: Covid presents a window for the Great Reset. How conveient for the globalist. Trump and Hydroxychloroquine stand in the way of Soros and Gates. VOTE


  22. Lucille says:

    The Tide Turns Toward Trump
    By Kurt Schlichter – Posted: Aug 10, 2020 12:01 AM

    Remember how Donald Trump was totally doomed just a couple weeks ago? Grandpa Badfinger was ridin’ high down in his basement and the GOP was going to be destroyed in November. All the smart people of smartness who make up liberal blue check Twitter tweeted it so it had to be true.

    Good times.

    And then last week it all changed, turning 180 on a dime as Biden stomped on his Pelosi. It’s looking good for Trump and the Republicans again, and while there will be twists n’ turns, and while we best not get cocky (Hat Tip: Glenn “Instapundit” Reynolds) the victory most of us patriots expect is coming clearly into focus as Biden becomes clearly more unfocused.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      I don’t see any signs in my town. Either it’s too early or people are just tired of being attacked wither way. If this is so I think this is in favor of Trump.


  23. California Joe says:

    Anybody that wants to see how the FBI and the news media work together to screw over a completely innocent man should watch the Clint Eastwood movie RICHARD JEWEL. I was speechless. The movie could have been titled DONALD TRUMP. You’ll be crying at the end!

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    • mayflowerchild says:

      It was an excellent movie !

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    • cheering4america says:

      Another media/government fiasco = we can’t wait 24 years for President Trump and his supporters to be properly depicted on film and I’m glad it didn’t take that long for the Covington kids. Note the especial involvement of CNN, NYT, NYPost, NBC and Tom Brokaw, necessitating libel cases in order to clear his name:

      Olympic bombing accusation
      Main article: Centennial Olympic Park bombing
      Centennial Olympic Park was designed as the “town square” of the Olympics, and thousands of spectators had gathered for a late concert and merrymaking. Sometime after midnight, July 27, 1996, Eric Robert Rudolph, a terrorist who would later bomb a lesbian nightclub and two abortion clinics, planted a green backpack containing a fragmentation-laden pipe bomb under a bench. Jewell was working as a security guard for the event. He discovered the bag and alerted Georgia Bureau of Investigation officers. This discovery was nine minutes before Rudolph called 9-1-1 to deliver a warning. During a Jack Mack and the Heart Attack performance, Jewell and other security guards began clearing the immediate area so that a bomb squad could investigate the suspicious package. The bomb exploded 13 minutes later, killing Alice Hawthorne and injuring over one hundred others. A cameraman also died of a heart attack while running to cover the incident.[citation needed]

      Investigation and the media coverage
      Early news reports lauded Jewell as a hero for helping to evacuate the area after he spotted the suspicious package. Three days later, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution revealed that the FBI was treating him as a possible suspect, based largely on a “lone bomber” criminal profile. For the next several weeks, the news media focused aggressively on him as the presumed culprit, labeling him with the ambiguous term “person of interest”, sifting through his life to match a leaked “lone bomber” profile that the FBI had used. The media, to varying degrees, portrayed Jewell as a failed law enforcement officer who may have planted the bomb so he could “find” it and be a hero.[6]

      The New York Times reported in October 1996, when he was cleared as a suspect, that “a number of law-enforcement officials have said privately for months that they thought Mr. Jewell had been involved in the bombing, even though there was no evidence against him and some evidence seemed to rule him out.”[7]

      Jewell was never officially charged, but the FBI thoroughly and publicly searched his home twice, questioned his associates, investigated his background, and maintained 24-hour surveillance of him. The pressure began to ease only after Jewell’s attorneys hired an ex-FBI agent to administer a polygraph, which Jewell passed.[6]

      A Justice Department investigation of the FBI’s conduct found the FBI had tried to manipulate Jewell into waiving his constitutional rights by telling him he was taking part in a training film about bomb detection, although the report concluded “no intentional violation of Mr. Jewell’s civil rights and no criminal misconduct” had taken place.[8][3][9]

      On October 26, 1996, the US Attorney in Atlanta, Kent Alexander, sent Jewell a letter saying “based on the evidence developed to date … Richard Jewell is not considered a target of the federal criminal investigation into the bombing on July 27, 1996, at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta”. The letter did not include an apology, but in a separate statement issued by Alexander said the U.S. Justice Department regretted the leaking of the investigation.[10][7]

      The separately issued statement said that Jewell ‘”endured highly unusual and intense publicity that was neither designed nor desired by the F.B.I., and in fact interfered with the investigation, and that “The public should bear in mind that Richard Jewell has at no time been charged with any crime in connection with the bombing, and the property that was seized pursuant to court-authorized search warrants has been returned.” The New York Times reported that the statement was “highly unusual” because “it was a tacit admission by Federal officials that they had been wrong in their suspicion of Mr. Jewell.”[7]

      At a press conference in July 1997, U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno expressed personal regret over the leak that led to intense scrutiny of Jewell. She said, “I’m very sorry it happened. I think we owe him an apology. I regret the leak.”[11]

      In 1998, Eric Rudolph, a white supremacist, was named as a suspect in the Centennial Park bombing and the bombings of abortion clinics. He was arrested 2003 after a lengthy manhunt.[12]

      In April 2005, Rudolph agreed to plead guilty to the Centennial Park bombing and other attacks on an abortion clinic and a lesbian nightclub, as part of a plea bargain to avoid the death penalty.[13]

      Just over a year later, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue honored Jewell for his rescue efforts during the attack, and publicly thanked him for saving people’s lives. Perdue said Jewell “deserves to be remembered as a hero.”[14][15].[2]

      Subsequent career and public appearances
      Jewell worked in various law enforcement jobs, including as a police officer in Pendergrass, Georgia. He worked as a deputy sheriff in Meriwether County, Georgia until his death. He also gave speeches at colleges.[6]

      On July 30, 1997, Jewell testified before a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives in which he called for an independent investigation into methods used by FBI agents during their investigation of him.[3]

      Libel cases
      After he was dropped as a suspect, Jewell filed libel suits against The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, CNN, the New York Post, and Piedmont College.

      Jewell sued the Atlanta Journal-Constitution because, according to Jewell, the paper’s headline (“FBI suspects ‘hero’ guard may have planted bomb”) “pretty much started the whirlwind”.[19] In one article, the Atlanta Journal compared Richard Jewell’s case to that of serial killer Wayne Williams.[20][21]

      The newspaper was the only defendant that did not settle with Jewell. The lawsuit remained pending for several years, having been considered at one time by the Supreme Court of Georgia, and had become an important part of case law regarding whether journalists could be forced to reveal their sources. Jewell’s estate continued to press the case even after his death in 2007, but in July 2011 the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled for the defendant. The Court concluded that “because the articles in their entirety were substantially true at the time they were published—even though the investigators’ suspicions were ultimately deemed unfounded—they cannot form the basis of a defamation action.”[22]

      Although CNN settled Jewell’s libel suit for an undisclosed monetary amount, CNN maintained that its coverage had been “fair and accurate”.[23]

      Jewell sued NBC News for this statement made by Tom Brokaw, “The speculation is that the FBI is close to making the case. They probably have enough to arrest him right now, probably enough to prosecute him, but you always want to have enough to convict him as well. There are still some holes in this case.”[20] Even though NBC stood by its story, the network agreed to pay Jewell $500,000.[24]

      On July 23, 1997, Jewell sued the New York Post for $15 million in damages, contending that the paper portrayed him in articles, photographs and an editorial cartoon as an “aberrant” person with a “bizarre employment history” who was probably guilty of the bombing.[25] He eventually settled with the newspaper for an undisclosed amount.[26]

      Jewell filed suit against his former employer Piedmont College, Piedmont College President Raymond Cleere, and college spokesman Scott Rawles.[24] Jewell’s attorneys contended that Cleere called the FBI and spoke to the Atlanta newspapers, providing them with false information on Jewell and his employment there as a security guard. Jewell’s lawsuit accused Cleere of describing Jewell as a “badge-wearing zealot” who “would write epic police reports for minor infractions”.[27] The college settled for an undisclosed amount.[28]

      In 2006, Jewell said the lawsuits were not about money, and that the vast majority of the settlements went to lawyers or taxes. He said the lawsuits were about clearing his name.[6]

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      • seekingthetruth says:

        Reading these posts brings back alot of memories for me. I had been in Centennial Park that evening until about 30 minutes before the explosion. A 6 or 8 foot chain link fence had been erected around the Park with only a couple narrow openings to serve as entrances/exits. It was crowded and the attendees were loud an boisterous. I remember that I felt very uneasy and almost claustrophobic because of the fencing so I returned to my hotel and went to bed. I only learned of the explosion early the following morning when someone from work called the hotel to check to see if I was safe.

        Attending the ’96 Olympics was an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience. Hosting the games is a massive undertaking far greater than I could have ever imagined.


  24. WhiteBoard says:

    Read who drafted it

    Drafted what?

    the press release of Robert Muellers’s appointment.

    Why read it?

    It has Scott Schools name in it.

    Who the hell is that?

    A redacted name in a fisa?

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  25. sunnydaze says:

    Gee, what great “moms”. Bet they’re a joy to have around the house.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. citizen817 says:

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  27. cheering4america says:

    We keep pointing to these obvious incidences of election/voter fraud, ballot fraud, mail-in fraud, as if they are good reasons to avoid certain electoral methods which we know are prone to fraud. But this time the Dems WANT it to be known that the entire election is untrustworthy.

    The election fraud is intentionally being done in plain sight, for the purpose of creating so much chaos and public distrust in the election that a Presidential winner cannot be named. I think one only does this if one is fairly certain one’s party will lose, and this is a far-out scheme to prevent the other party’s candidate to sit as President (which one party has already been doing for four years).

    Mark Levin and Bill Barr discussed it tonight on Life, Liberty & Levin.

    Here’s a video from Tim Pool explaining this scheme:

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  28. citizen817 says:

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  29. WhiteBoard says:

    Bill Barr interviewed with Levin – and said 1st amendment is for the people and not Corporations.

    you who spit on him – hold it until the 16th.

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  30. citizen817 says:


  31. sunnydaze says:

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  32. A2 says:

    The CCP Global Slimes weighs in on Jimmy Lai’s arrest🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬

    UPDATE: More personnel from Apple Daily to be arrested: observers

    After the arrest of Jimmy Lai Chee-ying, founder of Apple Daily, for violating the national security law for Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Police Force searched the headquarters of Next Digital, parent company of Apple Daily, on Monday morning, as more executives from the notorious media group were arrested.

    Lai, the Hong Kong riot supporter, has been arrested for violating the national security law for Hong Kong for collusion with foreign powers, sources close to the Hong Kong Police Force confirmed with the Global Times on Monday morning. Police detained at least seven people during the operations.

    Along with this arrest, two of Lai’s sons and two senior executives from Next Digital – an executive chairman and a chairman in charge of the outlet’s operation and finances – have also been arrested. One of Lai’s aides, Mark Simon, is currently abroad and wanted by police.

    This was the first time the local media mogul, who is widely seen as a “modern traitor,” was arrested for violating the law, which was enacted on June 30 and targets four types of criminal acts in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) – acts of secession, subversion of state power, terrorist activities and collusion with foreign forces to endanger national security.

    “Riot supporter”, Hanjian
    After the arrest of Jimmy Lai Chee-ying, founder of Apple Daily, for violating the national security law for Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Police Force searched the headquarters of Next Digital, parent company of Apple Daily, on Monday morning, as more executives from the notorious media group were arrested.

    Lai, the Hong Kong riot supporter, has been arrested for violating the national security law for Hong Kong for collusion with foreign powers, sources close to the Hong Kong Police Force confirmed with the Global Times on Monday morning. Police detained at least seven people during the operations.

    Along with this arrest, two of Lai’s sons and two senior executives from Next Digital – an executive chairman and a chairman in charge of the outlet’s operation and finances – have also been arrested. One of Lai’s aides, Mark Simon, is currently abroad and wanted by police.

    This was the first time the local media mogul, who is widely seen as a “modern traitor,” was arrested for violating the law, which was enacted on June 30 and targets four types of criminal acts in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) – acts of secession, subversion of state power, terrorist activities and collusion with foreign forces to endanger national security.

    “Riot supporter”, “hanjian” 🤬🤬🤬 more like patriot and standing up to you Commie bastards.

    “ This time, for violating the national security law, it will be difficult for him to be granted bail again,” Tian Feilong, a legal expert on Hong Kong affairs at Beihang University in Beijing, told the Global Times on Monday. ”

    Lai is a UK citizen, they arrested his sons also. Time for more sanctions please

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  33. sunnydaze says:

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  34. A2 says:


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  35. SGH says:

    ACTS 27:22. But now I urge you to keep up your courage, because not one of you will be lost; only the ship will be destroyed.
    …. (ACTS 27: 26). Nevertheless, we must run aground on some island.

    I’m a crappy Christian with reading the Bible. I was reading about Peter a little, and this is my share. (NIV)

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  36. Interesting take on Trumps speech at Whirlpool in front of the laundry machines

    Liked by 2 people

  37. A2 says:

    200 hundred HK CCP SS raided Apple Daily.

    👍👍👍 加油

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  38. CovfefeBerserker says:

    Animals looting Chicago.

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  39. FL_GUY says:

    A tactic being used by the enemies of this country is to front FAKE republican candidates. The little bald headed pillsberry doughboy Karl Rove did this to destroy the tea party movement. Now, the other side is doing so as well.

    Take for instance, the republican primary for FL State House District 2. There are two candidates, a real candidate and a FAKE candidate.

    The FAKE candidate is named Dosev. He was fronted to run for the CD-1 seat in 2016 and 2018. He lost both times. Both times, he had plenty of money to run.

    He has been a constant critic of President Trump, Matt Gaetz and Governor DeSantis. He has repeated all the derogatory statements that the media-rats and D-rats say about them; all lies. This has gone on since he appeared on the scene out of nowhere in 2016. He’s got a long and public track record with his smearing President Trump and Matt Gaetz.

    However, miraculously, for this R primary, he is a “strong:” President Trump supporter. Even though he has slammed EVERYTHING that President Trump and done and continues to do. So, he is LYING about being a President Trump supporter a lie that he hopes people that haven’t listened to him over the last 4 years fall for.

    He also has lied about NRA endorsement. So much so that NRA attorneys filed a Cease and Desist motion against him. Except, he uses false e-mail addresses and contact information. Again, clear, documented LIAR!

    His latest mailer that smears his opponent is written like a D-rat mailer using the same words and tactics. There is no question, Dosev is a trojan horse trying to knock out the REAL republican candidate to either get to Tallahassee himself, or more likely, open the door for the D-rat candidate to win in a strong R area.

    ALL elections these days are literally a struggle between good and EVIL! This primary is very important and I hope that people around here do not ignore it. There has been little mention of it. I have a friend who votes every election tell me today they didn’t realize there was a vote this week. They live in the next county over from me and their county did not bother to send them a sample ballot, which is the way people are usually alerted to a vote.

    So, if you live in FL, make sure the word gets out about the FL primary this week (identify ALL FAKE candidates that are running) and if you live in CD-1 and FL State House district 2, make sure you vote for the REAL candidates in those two races, Matt Gaetz and Alex Andrade. We have to stop FRAUD candidates from getting into office and it starts at the local level!

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  40. chamomine says:


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  41. chamomine says:

    IN 2020 CAN YOU

    Liked by 11 people

  42. citizen817 says:

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  43. tuskyou says:

    In honor of the new payroll tax holiday I donated to CTH and POTUS. Both are deserving and have my full support! Everyone I know is talking about the tax holiday—-even the skeptical folks (I’ll believe it when I see my paycheck) are celebrating. MAGA/KAG

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  44. citizen817 says:

    Attack of the Corona Karen’s
    Paul Joseph Watson

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  45. trapper says:

    Been watching the Portland riots for weeks now. Every night they chant, call and repeat. Since I have to stay up late to watch them live, sometimes I begin to drift off while I am watching, and the chants begin to sound different. The other night it sounded like they were chanting

    no Corn Pop in a Biden history


    can’t find gnat fur
    can’t buy bat turds

    Those are odd things to chant.

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