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. Right Mover says:

    NJ Gov. Phil Murphy, an avowed leftist whose continued mandates have destroyed many a New Jersey business even as the virus has been in steady decline for three months there now, is one governor President Trump never has a cross word for. Trump has repeatedly called this tyrant “a good guy.”
    Well, Mr. President, here are some of the things this “good guy” governor has tweeted about you just today:
    “The President’s actions do not provide ONE DIME for:
    State and local governments
    First responders
    Educators
    Health care for families who’ve seen their incomes plummet or their coverage evaporate”

    “Let’s be clear about something: States are going broke and millions of Americans are unemployed.
    Yet the President’s solution called for states to create a new program we cannot afford and don’t know how to administer because of this uncertainty.”

    Talk about cognitive dissonance: Mr. Murphy, millions of Americans are unemployed because of the draconian anti-business restrictions imposed by Stalinist governors just like yourself, and those numbers would only be much worse were it not for the pro-business, pro-economy measures enacted by President Trump, who keeps saying you’re a GOOD GUY.

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    • I Hear You Now says:

      Right Mover … you mean THIS Gov Murphy?!?

      https://www.foxnews.com/us/new-jersey-gym-owners-kick-barricades

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    • albertus magnus says:

      Couldnt you have posted that information about your governor without taking veiled shots at the President?

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      • Right Mover says:

        It is frustrating to see my President play nice with destructive Communists who take shots at him after he has taken the high road publicly with them.
        Trump has repeatedly been gracious towards this governor, who deserves no such collegiality.

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        • bullnuke says:

          You clearly have no idea how President Trump operates.

          Liked by 3 people

          • Lucille says:

            Thanks, bullnuke! Exactly!

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          • jaxnix says:

            Not just how President Trump operates – how most of the human race operates.

            Is this how things work at your job? A superior wouldn’t call someone a ‘good guy’ in public even though there is huge disagreement that everyone knows? What would the boss gain by being an ass? It is not too frequent that there is a reason to attack others unprovoked and publicly when you’re the boss.

            Now that the governor has shared some thoughts maybe he won’t be a ‘good guy’ any longer.

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          • Right Mover says:

            Yeah, I think I do, and I don’t appreciate the condescending comment. I know the whole deal, 4D chess, keep your friends close but your enemies closer, all of that. He’s got a whole lot of enemies he keeps close.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Concur.
      When smiling Murphy, on Television, freely, said, “that he didn’t consider the Bill of Rights”, when creating policy, he should have been condemned by all Patriots.

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    • boogywstew says:

      If President Trump called NJ Governor Murphy “a good guy” it was for a good reason. If you can’t President Trump to have a good reason then I’m inclined to think you’ve been in a coma for 4 years… or you’re a troll?

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      • Right Mover says:

        Oh, here we go with the, OMG, a commenter made a vaguely critical comment about PJT, he must be a TROLL!!

        Stop with that crap, OK. If you look at it, my comment was supportive of the President in that I don’t appreciate his adversaries continuing to trash him after Trump has been nothing but gracious toward them. Those are not the comments of a troll. SMFH.

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        • boogywstew says:

          There was nothing vague about it and you said it twice. So how was the coma?

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        • petszmom says:

          Right mover, keep posting your comments, opinions, etc. This is not the same place from several years ago when folks could just bring in their viewpoints without fallout. Now, if you go off script just a tad from blinding sycophancy you will be bashed. Just dont engage, I dont. I thought your post was very thoughtful. I still remember Gov Kemp being put down by Trump and our governor Comrade Greg Abbott called a good guy. Abbott has singlehandedly made it possible to turn Texas blue next election!
          We despise Abbott.

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          • Right Mover says:

            Thanks petszmom. The troll police have become as bad as real trolls around here. I’ve been here for five years now. I think enough people should know by now that I am not a troll, but nor to I ever subscribe to groupthink.

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            • petszmom says:

              I expect hostility from the left but it was disappointing to learn the conservatives also indulge in these negative behaviors. Groupthink is incredibly boring and indicative of a lack of originality. To be a winner requires ORIGINAL thought.

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    • sunnydaze says:

      Oh well….Looks like everything Murphy’s accusing Trump of, could be equally directed at every Dem in Congress.

      At least Trump is helping out average Americans in *some* way.

      Your vaunted Dem Congresspeeps, Murphy?…..>>> Nothing! NADA!

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    • Linda K. says:

      Time to govern Mr. Murphy. Open up for business and get people with you or down you will go. Nancy may have promised a bailout if you shut down but she was wrong. Sorry.

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    • Hurricane Hunter says:

      The epitome of cognitive dissonance. Shut down theaters, restaurants, bowling alleys, theme parks, bars, etc. sending tens of thousands if not More to the unemployment line. Only now to cry bloody murder cause, just maybe, a tough decision to lay off some NJ government workers needs to be made. It is a tough job Governor!

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  2. The Demon Slick says:

    I’d like to say something about President Trump and his executive orders. One thing I think most people don’t understand is that it’s a total poke in the eye for the Supreme Court. The opinion authored by chief Justice Roberts used language implying that Obama had powers that in reality he didn’t have. President Trump said that now that the Supreme Court says that a president has these powers, he’s going to use them. If the dems sue in court, Roberts will have to abandon his earlier position or else President Trump will win. He used specific language in his EOs drawn straight from the Roberts opinion in the DACA case. In your FACE Roberts!

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  3. Robert Smith says:

    ““…It doesn’t feel safe anymore,” nanny Michele McDowall, 39, told The Post.

    She said she was recently offered crack by a pair of homeless men as she wheeled a toddler along Riverside Park at 79th Street.

    “You want to buy crack?” she said they shouted repeatedly as she hurried past, and as the frightened 2-year-old girl in the stroller put her hands over her ears and cried, “Too loud!”

    The homeless men have been moved from dorm-style shelters around the city so they can be sheltered one or two to a room to better protect them from COVID-19, officials explain.

    “In order to defuse that ticking time bomb, we implemented a massive emergency relocation of human beings from those congregate shelters throughout the city, more than 10,000 in about eight weeks,” Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Steven Banks said Thursday.

    SEE ALSO

    Hotel Lucerne on Upper West Side converts to ‘temporary’ homeless shelter
    But neighbors say that now a new bomb is ticking in and around the three hotels. They are three out of 139 hotels being used to house homeless in the city, a source connected to the Hotel Association of New York City told The Post.

    Hundreds of millions of dollars are being spent on the relocations, the source said — 75 percent of it paid for by FEMA and 25 percent by the city, a breakdown confirmed by city officdoesn..”

    https://nypost.com/2020/08/06/hundreds-of-new-homeless-bring-drugs-loitering-harassment-to-uws/

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    • Robert Smith says:

      “…Nearly 300 homeless addicts alone have since last week lived at the Lucerne at 79th Street and Amsterdam, where on Thursday afternoon, a trio of homeless residents filled a Post reporter in on the ongoing drug use.

      “Listen, whatever drug you can imagine is done there,” Angel Ortiz, 60, told a Post reporter of his fellow residents outside the hotel.

      “They shoot up, sniff up, crack, K2, everything,” agreed a fellow resident who gave his name as B.K. and his age as 43.

      “You got drunks — you got violent drunks,” another Lucerne resident, William, 45, told The Post — though he kept interrupting the interview to call out to passing women.

      “What’s up, momma? How you doing, pretty girl? Yo’ fine self,” he shouted. “How you feel, baby girl? Pretty girl.”

      When his offer to sell K2 to the reporter was rebuffed, he noted, reasonably enough, “It’s not for everyone…”

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    • sunnydaze says:

      There’s a lovely large apt. complex in the 70’s and West End Ave. that was built in the 60’s.

      The apt. bldgs surround a HUGE tree-scaped courtyard. It is truly a sanctuary in the middle of the city.

      It’ll make an *awesome* campground for homeless drug addicts if NYC goes the way Seattle has- and it certainly looks like that’s DeBlasio and Cuomo’s plan.

      And then there’s Central Park, of course. Plenty of places to pitch a tent in Manhattan and live like a king.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        I know the area quite well. Those buildings are well built and beautiful. It is such a shame what they are doing. When I was a student at Columbia I used to house sit, baby sit.cat sit, bird sit for a lot of the people who lived there. I even “baby sat” a kid’s lizard’s several summers. Beautiful apartments, beautiful views. I lived in New Jersey at the time but in the summer especially I got to live in all these beautiful apartments and get paid to house sit and baby sit all kinds of pets!!!

        I probably would not recognize most of them now.

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        • sunnydaze says:

          I knew someone who lived there and would stay often when I visited NYC. Of all the apts. I stayed in there, (and I stayed in a LOT!) that was the nicest! The bldgs. were really well sound-proofed and no street noise. Then the views!

          Heavenly!

          You were really lucky to have pet-sitting gigs there, and I was really lucky to have those friends to stay with.

          Yeah, I wonder what it’s like now. Or will be like in 5 years if this keeps up. Sad.

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          • sunny daze and Country- you probably wouldn’t recognize most of Manhattan these days between all the scaffolding and the derelicts, aka “bums”.

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          • CountryClassVulgarian says:

            Another interesting story. As a student at Columbia I also worked at the Journalism School. There was a well known film critic named Judith Crist who was also an adjunct professor at the J-School. A fascinating lady she was. Anyway she used to host a “Survivor’s Dinner” every year at the end of January/early February. She paid me something like $150 to sit in her lobby – again Upper West Side-West End Ave. All I had to do was great her guests and check them off her RSVP list. They were all from the New York Arts world, critics. etc. People like Rex Reed, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara; Liz Smith…well known people.

            It seems they were just celebrating that they’d survived another year. The only people there under the ago of 30 was myself, the caterers and her students!!! I loved it. Great memories. They were all very nice too. They’d stop and talk to me about how I knew Judith and what I was studying etc. Funny thing is most of them were classical liberals. Probably good they are not around to see what NYC has become.

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        • TMonroe says:

          Which leads into this part of the reported insanity:

          “Of greatest concern for parents are the sex offenders — 10 are living at the Belleclaire as of Thursday, the state sex offender registry said. That’s just one block from PS 87’s playground. The 10 include Luis Martin, 44, who stabbed, punched and raped a woman in 1995, resulting in a 12-year jail sentence. There are also four offenders whose victims were children: Ronald Butler, 62, convicted in June 2013 of raping a 16-year-old girl; Eddie Daniel, 59, convicted of abusing a 10-year-old in 2011; Jonathan Evans, 29, convicted of abusing a 6-year-old; and Michael Hughes, 55, convicted of possessing child pornography in 2007. “I tell my 10-year old, ‘I’ll be back in two minutes’ — I guess I won’t do that anymore,” mom Mariane Dabo told The Post at the playground after learning of the sex offenders. “It’s scary.”“

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    • Two stories here of homeless encampments in minniecrapolis city parks.

      It gets cold in Minnesotastan. On election day, I bet I could harvest a few extra MAGA votes for the price of a few flea-bag motel rooms.

      https://www.foxbusiness.com/lifestyle/minneapolis-homeless-parks

      https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/07/minneapolis-reimagines-public-safety-turning-over-daniel-greenfield/

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  4. sync says:

    Getting fired by NPR for what is written in your personal blog

    Seattle: A City in Fear Can Be Restored

    Update: Because of this blog, my weekly weather segment on NPR radio station KNKX has been cancelled permanently.

    Update2: There is a major error in the Seattle Times story. My original blog never criticized the protesters or BLM activists. My criticisms were limited to VIOLENT individuals who destroy property and hurt people. Please read my original blog if you want to confirm this. Some folks are choosing to misinterpret my words.

    https://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2020/08/seattle-city-in-fear-can-be-restored.html

    https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/knkx-takes-meteorologist-cliff-mass-off-the-air-after-he-likens-seattle-protesters-to-germanys-brownshirts-on-infamous-kristallnacht/

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    • cheering4america says:

      Now that he’s been fired maybe he’ll figure out that all of the brownshirts are not out on the street.

      Liked by 5 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Read that blog post and the comments.

      You’ll see what sane people are up against in Seattle…….and what a lowlife disaster NPR is.

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    • dallasdan says:

      Working at NPR is a stupid game that awards stupid prizes. Live and learn.

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    • deeperinfo says:

      What he wrote is absolutely correct: the mob attacks are America’s CrystalNight and the armed and uniformed street gangs are the Stormtroopers. That makes the Democrats like which evil socialistic cult? No wonder they quickly executed one who dared to speak the truth.

      Something I learned recently about how people are able to be manipulated based on using their prior experience against them to get them to let their guard down, but then changing the rules of the game in a deadly way when it is too late; meaning people can be taught to accept the unreasonable and dangerous threats by making things seem like events were in the past, until its too late to defend themselves.

      I refer to the loading of Greman citizens onto trains, told to bring one suitcase and come to be relocated… ?why!?! I wondered when young, would people go along with this and be herded to their death?

      I found the answer when studying geneology: the Czar had used a similar method (trains) to relocate Jews away from the front lines during WW1 (suspected Germanic roots). They were boarded on trains and sent to Russia, to be received joyfully when the arrived at their new, temporary homes.

      When they relocated home to Latvia, Lithuania, etc. after the war, they never realized that similar trains would take them to extermination camps.

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  5. Dan Dan says:

    ICYMI – FYI – WTF — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ — Approved and Unapproved Activities in Chicago…

    Approved Activities – Theft and Destruction of property…

    Unapproved Activities – Peaceful Day at the Lake…

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  6. Henry says:

    China keeps giving

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  7. sunnydaze says:

    Nashville Dem pol wishes maskless people could be tried for murder. Is disappointed to find it’s not possible.

    Had enough, Nashville?

    https://tennesseestar.com/2020/08/09/metro-nashville-council-member-wants-people-not-wearing-a-mask-to-be-charged-with-murder-or-attempted-murder/

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    • deeperinfo says:

      Hey, did anybody else notice that Democratic politician have taken the Crazy Pill???

      Are, like, normal folks begining to notice the same thing???

      Markey says ‘just give everybody $20,000″: Cruz repiles (he stole my joke from last month) ‘Why be cheap; shake the free-money tree and give everyone $1 millon!!!

      “Money for Nothing and C

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  8. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  10. I Hear You Now says:

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  11. sync says:

    “Nearly 40 percent of USAGM’s 4,000 employees have reportedly not been fully vetted. In addition, they hired 76 J-1 exchange workers.”

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  12. rondo123456 says:

    Eating Some Swedish Humble Pie

    “The media has used Sweden as it’s whipping boy until this week. The mainstream narrative has now shifted from Sweeden being wreckless and irresponsible to something else. Let’s dig in.”

    https://covidfactfiction.com/eating-some-swedish-humble-pie/

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  13. WeThePeople2016 says:

    And they are being sued too.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Dan Dan says:

    ICYMI – FYI – WTF — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ —

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  15. Fools Gold says:

    This sounds pretty ugly. Senator Johnson is being attacked for being a Russian in charge of homeland security committee. Does he have cold Anger? Must read:

    https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/media/majority-media/johnson-subpoenas-fbi-announces-intention-to-subpoena-others-sends-open-letter-to-recap-scope-goals-of-investigation

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    • Robert Smith says:

      lol good

      Hopefully all of Congress faces the lawlessness they promote.

      Do your job now.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      As the old communist story goes, throughout history the very first to be eliminated by totalitarian leftist governments, after assuming power, are the collaborators because they cannot be trusted as they have betrayed their “friends” to their enemies win.

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      • Rix Six says:

        I don’t remember who said it but I do remember the quote, paraphrasing “After the revolution, for it to be ingrained into the society you must kill 15% of the population”

        I was just scanning through some of Marx’s quotes. I couldn’t find it but I do think it was Marx, it sounds like something he would have said, he was that twisted.

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    • VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

      Please read his Open Letter. It is long and I haven’t yet had a chance to even skim thru it, but I will attempt a summary later tonight.

      Click to access FBI%20Subpoena%2020200806.pdf

      The Supoena file as saved as an image in the .pdf format, so as of now, I don’t have an easy way to extract the text; however, here are retyped statements.

      UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

      Congress of the United States

      TO Federal Bureau of Investigation
      c/o Director Christopher Wray
      935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20535

      Greeting:

      Pursuant to lawful authority, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear before the COMMITTEE ON HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS of the Senate of the United Stated, on August 20, 2020 at 5:00 o’clock p.m., at its committee room, 340 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, then and there to produce all records related to the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.

      This includes, but is not limited to, all records provided or made available to the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice for its review that resulted in the report “Review of Four FISA Applications and other Aspects of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane Investigation”; and all records related to requests to the General Services Administration (GSA) or Office of the Inspector General of the GSA for presidential transition records from November 2016 through December 2017.

      The instructions and definitions for responding to the subpoena are attached hereto and made a part herof.

      Thereof fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and penalties in such cases made and provided.

      To Staff Representatives of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs to serve and return.

      Given under my hand, by the authority vested in me by the Committee on this 6th day of August, 2020

      (Signed Ron Johnson)

      Chairman, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate

      “Pursuant to lawful authority, YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to appear…”

      “Thereof fail not, as you will answer your default under the pains and penalties in such cases made and provided…”

      Hardened resolve, perhaps…

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  16. Dan Dan says:

    ICYMI – FYI – WTF — ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ —

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  17. burnett044 says:

    HUge wind headed to Chicago……….

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  18. Walt says:

    If they can use cell phone tower records to determine who was close to who for virus tracking, they should be able to use the same tracking to indentify those who are looting right?
    No, you don’t have to install a “app” for this to work as they use cell tower records to locate people everyday.

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  19. StanH says:

    “Beyond a reasonable doubt.”

    In normal times AG Barr you would be correct, but these are anything but normal times.

    Question: What would the democrats do with the same amount of evidence? …or no evidence at all?

    If you stand on ceremony and wave as our country is destroyed from within, you sir will be culpable in it’s destruction. The Rule of Law that you cling too so preciously will be destroyed and the Bolsheviks, as you described the left on Levin last night, will roll up the rule-book (The Constitution) and stick it in your ear.

    You’ve got a ringside seat to the largest misuse of power in the history of the USA. And if you allow you’re jurisprudence to get in the way, shame on you. So what if you can’t get a conviction, you want to dissuade this from happening in the future…Charge’em! Just imagine what the Bolsheviks, your description, would be willing to do “if’ they reclaim power.

    Unless of course you’re part of the coup?

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    • Free Speech says:

      Yep. This guy says he’s going to enforce the law. Well, there’s a hell of a backlog where Antifa and the radical Left are concerned, Mr. AG. Start arresting and bringing charges.

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    • gitmo4crooks says:

      See profile for Tony Pawlisz, MBA, PMP, ITIL
      Tony Pawlisz, MBA, PMP, ITIL 2nd degree connection 2nd Regional Service Manager T5S Chicago at Motorola Solutions Inc
      3h

      Maria I live in downtown Chicago, people started looting around 10pm, and I personally seen people still looting at 730 this morning right in front of CPD, when I asked CPD why they are not doing anything about it they said “talk to the Mayor we are told to stand down.” Mayor Lightfoot owns this one. If you didnt know already the last time we had looters and rioters, the States Attorney and the local judge refused to prosecute anyone arrested and let everyone go free. No consequences for people looting businesses in Chicago.

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  20. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  21. sunnydaze says:

    This is the woman whose parents died while in a NY Nursing Home. Dis-invited to testify. She’ll be on Tucker tonite to talk about it.

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  22. wtd says:

    BIG@IlhanMN update:
    The largest-ever release of new, verifiable evidence against her.
    It’s over.
    You’ve seen so much evidence her father was “Nur Said.” We just needed an example of him as “Nur Said Elmi.”
    I found … THREE DOZEN.
    Further …… see many new examples of Leila Nur Said Elmi referred to as@IlhanMN’s sister and Nur Said Elmi’s daughter.
    Last year, I published evidence Leila raised her younger brother, Ahmed Nur Said Elmi.
    Ilhan was married to him ‘09-’17.
    More …
    It appears@IlhanMN’s father was so well-known as “Nur Said Elmi” among MN Somali immigrants because of his prominent past.
    They knew him as COLONEL Nur Said Elmi.
    Who led troops in the 1977 Ogaden War and the 1982 Ethiopia/Somali(US-backed) Border War.
    June, Ilhan’s father tragically died of COVID-19. He had a well-earned reputation as kind, congenial, beloved by all.
    This isn’t about him. Showing he was Colonel Nur Said Elmi is about proving Ilhan’s historic corruption.
    @IlhanMN, at age 26, US citizen for 8 yrs …

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  23. WSB says:

    “Harris was born Oct. 20, 1964, and her father was a citizen of Jamaica at the time of her birth. Therefore, the law of Jamaica is clear: Kamala Harris is a citizen of Jamaica, pursuant to Section 3Cb of the Constitution of Jamaica.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/08/is_kamala_harris_eligible_to_be_joe_bidens_vp.html

    Bout time someone’s noticing!

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    • Maquis says:

      IKR?

      We need a do-over for P44. Annul Zero.

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      • cheering4america says:

        And annul his judicial appointments, including both the racist “La Raza” attorney who brags about her ethnicity and the perverted never-been-a-judge-before anti-Constitutionalist.

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        • Maquis says:

          Exactly.

          Let PDJT approve or disapprove every appointment, every signature and every executive action Zero ever made.

          Erase Zero.

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          • cheering4america says:

            That could only be done by REMOVING all of the economic migrants/refugees/unaccompanied minors/anchor babies of same, etc. brought in by that lawless administration. That was BY FAR the worst and most permanent damage he did to the country, the vast majority of it during the 2nd term.

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  24. wtd says:

    Not enough actual C19 infections (as opposed to false positive “tests”?) Scientists in spat over whether to infect people in coronavirus vaccine trials

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Ooh, doesn’t the MSM say there are all kinds of infected people and more and more each day. Seems like that shouldn’t be a problem. /s

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  25. tuskyou says:

    I’ve heard it all now. Was listening to a recap of last night’s Chicago looting. They looted a Portillos!!! This is a Chicagoland hot dog joint ~it’s a fixture of the Chicago foodscape. I could not believe what I was hearing. Still cant. Portillos of all things!

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  26. sunnydaze says:

    Click on this tweet if you want to smile!

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  27. sunnydaze says:

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  28. Lucille says:

    In a way I’m glad President Trump is “hands-off” re Macron putting his foot in it…I mean, what else does Macron do? It’s terrible for the Lebanese people, however. But as with so many of our past wars, it’s not our military concern. Diplomatic pressure could be brought to bear if it was any entity other than Hezbollah, of course. Things are lining up, folks, for a major eruption in the Middle East.

    Lebanon Leaders May Have Quit — Not Hezbollah
    By BENNY AVNI, Special to the Sun | August 10, 2020

    To comprehend today’s resignation of the Lebanese government, amid country-wide unrest, it helps to think of the Who’s old line — meet the new boss, same as the old boss. In the case of Lebanon the boss’s name is Hezbollah.

    https://www.nysun.com/foreign/lebanon-government-may-have-quit-but-not-hezbollah/91217/

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  29. henry says:

    hahahah

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  30. Misha Berra says:

    Lou Dobbs just mentioned this site! 28.54min in! Fox Business News

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  31. Henry says:

    Turkey having explosions today….

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  32. MaineCoon says:

    ********************ALERT**********************

    AFTER 5 MINUTES INTO PT’S PRESS CONFERENCE, HE WAS CALLED OUT OF THE CONFERENCE. HE EXITED WITH NO EXPLANATION.

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  33. TwoLaine says:

    The next time a state tells you they don’t have $100 to match the feds $300 Wuhan China Virus unemployment bonus, remind them how much they spend on ILLEGAL ALIENS and newly released prisoners.

    Tell them you don’t want to hear their whining. They need to make a choice, Citizens over illegals.

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  34. Dora says:

    Lou Dobbs mentioned The Conservative Treehouse on his show tonight!

    I hope you all heard.

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  35. Magabear says:

    People like this need to be given a full mental evaluation and possibly institutionslized.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/08/nashville-lawmaker-wants-people-not-wearing-mask-tried-murder-attempted-murder/

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  36. I received a presidential polls via text message today. Here’s how the conversation went:

    David: Hi Footballfan33, this is David, w/Powered by People. We’re talking to Texas voters about the election. Who will you be supporting for president?

    Me: President of what?

    David: President of the United States of America.

    Me: Who’s running?

    David: Joe Biden and Donald Trump are major party candidates and there are a couple of 3rd party candidates too. Who are you supporting?

    Me: If they’re married I’d lean toward the one with the hottest wife. Which one makes you say, “I’d hit that”?

    David: I know better than to answer that. LOL Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

    Me: ok so who would you like to “behold” more? Also, are there any blondes?

    David: when you find ’em, let me know. Thanks for your time. Have a great day

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  37. wtd says:

    Calling it now. Atlas will be pushing Fauci out.

    Good News: Dr. Scott Atlas Added to Coronavirus Task Force

    RUSH: Scott Atlas now has Trump’s ear, and he has a totally different take on all of this that Fauci had.

    rushlimbaugh.com

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  38. sync says:

    2020 Curriculum Resource Guide for BLM indoctrination in New York City schools

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1LGslwJwhXvpVnDgw0uC-n794l6EGzpuH

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  39. nwtex says:

    Like

  40. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • sunnydaze says:

      This guy is so On. Point.

      Wish he’d get out there so more people could hear him speak.

      And thanks to the reporter for *letting* him speak.

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  41. warbucks57 says:

    I took the time to watch the AG Barr interview by Mark Levin, Twice. I am convinced that the process is tortuous and prolonged, but Barr is absolutely committed to following through on prosecutions. He is calling out and throwing the media and Dem party under the bus in the process. OK, I’m ready for the arrows….

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    • WhiteBoard says:

      I agree

      I watched the same thing. he is implying the media is fabricating issues that are not real.

      i think the SSA that signed the first carter page fisa should be indicted first.

      – in October – WHO WAS THAT AGENT? (The Affiant; that ROD said makes him immune from guilt)

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    • Barr does seem more ernest than Miss Lindsey, and he has said a lot of the right things since day 1. The Dem circus on the Hill last week may have pushed him into action. Until I see an indictment, however, any frickin indictment, I am going to assume that he is as worthless as our Senators.

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    • Landslide says:

      FABULOUS!!!! I didn’t get to watch the news conference, but have been reading on the other thread. THANK YOU for posting this.

      He knows.

      We know.

      Sundance is a HERO! 👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸👍🏻🇺🇸

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  42. citizen817 says:

    On election interference…

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  43. nwtex says:

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