September 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1343

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1,034 Responses to September 23rd – 2020 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #1343

  1. A2 says:


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  2. 1togetready says:

    “Barrett’s record is troubling on many issues, with a ruling that gives Democrats in Illinois blanket authority to shut down society based on COVID-19 mass hysteria standing out as particularly heinous.”

    Liked by 8 people

    • Mortimer says:

      That is a simplistic view of the ruling in Illinois which disregards a couple key factors.

      1. The 1905 SCOTUS Jacobson ruling stands as precedent and it basically says the courts should not interfere in the management of public health crises. The entire 7th Circuit is bound by the precedent. Not optional. Therefore this challenge did not even belong at the Circuit level.

      2. The GOP lawyers did a poor job in presenting their case challenging the lockdown orders.

      Then negative opinions are based almost entirely on “she sided with the evil Democrat governor”. Yep, he is evil, but her options were basically NONE.

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      • BV Conservative says:

        She had options. Jacobson involved different facts and is easily distinguishable from 6 month lock down orders based on sketchy public health concerns and with exceptions for BLM and Antifa. She’s no conservative.

        Liked by 2 people

      • doyouseemyvision says:

        Jacobson involved smallpox. Here’s a summation of the case. Gorsuch already ruled that churches can be held to congregant restrictions enacted by the state. Unsure if he used this in his ruling.

        Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 US 11 (1905)
        Jacobson challenged mandatory smallpox vaccination as an unreasonable invasion of his liberty. The Mass. Supreme Court held that the vaccination program was constitutional. The U. S. Supreme Court affirmed, ruling that the program had a real or substantial relation to the protection of the public health and safety. Legal precedent for U.S. compulsory vaccination laws.

        I welcome any lawyer here to read this decision and related cases referenced in the decision to educate us further.

        On the surface, looks like we all could be in a world of hurt.

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      • Me says:

        Depends on your definition of a public health crisis; a made up crisis perpetuated by the government for the purpose of gaining control of a population. I believe she had options.

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      • MAGADJT says:

        I’ve seen these points made in defense of her decision in that case elsewhere as well. People aren’t buying it. If she thinks it’s ok to allow the government to force shutdowns based on “bad lawyering” or a separate case from 1905 with plenty of differences then she isn’t who we hoped as a judge.

        “Well you know, I don’t think it was right for the state to be able to force a shutdown on the citizens but the lawyering just wasn’t good enough so I have to side against freedom.”

        Give me a break.


      • mostlyogauge says:

        Bound by precedent? Being bound by precedent is not in the Constitution. Read the Dred Scott case to see what can happen to precedent.


    • mayflowerchild says:

      I do not trust Amy B. I hope he choses another.

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      • Somebody says:

        I think everyone has reservations about one particular judge or the other, mostly thanks to John Roberts.

        The President will weigh many factors and nominate the person he feels is the best choice. That person may not be the perfect choice, if such a nominee exists. It will be the person POTUS feels is qualified, holds the appropriate views AND can be confirmed by the senate.

        The bottom line when all is said and done, no matter who the nominee is they will be a significant upgrade from RBG.

        Liked by 9 people

        • dilonsfo says:

          Wait, haven’t you read that President Trump is not intelligent enough to make this pick? He needs to consult all of the bloggers (who have not made close to the billions that President Trump has made) who have those acute insights they have and he doesn’t. Oh, none of those bloggers have ran a country but still….

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          • dawg says:

            Well, he trusted Fauci didnt he?

            PT is not perfect, he’s not flawless, he’s human. He has made bad judgments during his term that have ended up causing him major problems, and so its not at all unreasonable to raise the issue with regards to his SCOTUS pick.

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            • doyouseemyvision says:

              Pence established the task force and appointment of its members. Fauci had a job to do and Trump trusted him to do it. Over time, Fauci unveiled his duplicity and corruption which even we did not expect from a person with so many years of experience in the job. Trump no doubt saw this early on, but Trump did not hire Fauci.

              Trump’s modus operandi appears to be to let the idiots showcase their idiocy to the public to help mold public opinion. Then cast them aside when their usefulness exists no longer. Trump used Fauci to unveil the fraud around COVID. Then again, he also used Fauci to expose the ‘menace’ of COVID so he can persecute China. Trump is building a case against China with Fauci’s unwitting assistance.

              There’s a lot more going on regarding Fauci and his cohorts than meets the eye including his funding of the Wuhan lab. We still don’t know the whole story yet.

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        • Remington says:

          Everything is a deal shoot of late. Wild world we’re living in. Sometimes perfect is the enemy of good. When all is said and done, I trust PDJT to make the right call.

          Liked by 3 people

        • cjzak says:

          I agree. There isn’t a perfect choice. Ever. Human nature prevents that and anyway, your perfect choice may not be my perfect choice.

          It’s the Presidents job to pick someone he thinks will be the best constitutionalist judge he can. Politics should not really play into the choice, although we know that it does, more so now than ever.

          We may not like who he choses, but it’s not our job. Way above our pay grade.

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      • hazelnut22 says:

        Wow! You say you do not trust Amy B. but you offer no argument as to why you are taking the negative position. Explain yourself, please.


        • Raptors2020 says:

          I’m sure they’ll cook up something. Producing a male assistant who alleges sexual harassment from the attractive Amy would be too comical, even for them.

          Since their minds are pickled in racism they’ll allege racist talk. It will, of course, come from an anonymous “whistle blower”, oh so reluctant to speak up. No doubt revealed at the last moment, so we need to investigate, don’t you know, and we can’t have a vote.

          Which limp Republicans will fall for it? Murkowski, of course, and Romney.

          As Lincoln said, you can fool some of the people all the time. Romney, I’m looking at you.


      • cplogics says:

        It’s enough for me that she resides in So. Bend. I have to wonder if she knows Mayor Pete.

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    • icthematrix says:

      I hope Barrett is not the nominee. Multiple issues of concern per the article plus the massive social triggerIng stimulating leftist turnout. We do not need another Roberts.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Zydeco says:

        OK, to counter massive social triggering let’s demand Garland for the SC.


      • thehawkeyehoneypot says:

        Maybe he should just nominate hillary clinton? Would that make you feel better?

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      • Jeem says:

        the pick is already made and President Trump has already received verbal confirmation that his pick will get confirmed…IMHO he would not be going forward with the nomination/confirmation process unless he already received assurances that his pick would be confirmed. He wants to ram it down the throats of the Dems and watch them scream and holler.

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    • burginthorn says:

      I am still trying to understand why the pandering to women? Shouldn’t the position go to the best qualified person regardless of race or gender? By choosing a woman President Trump immediately cuts his options in half. I don’t understand this decision.

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      • Somebody says:

        I understand it completely. Yes, in a perfect world the position goes to the best qualified candidate, but our world is far from perfect. We live in a hyper politicized world and it’s 40 days out from an election.

        If POTUS nominated a man for a position that was long held by a woman he would be eviscerated as a misogynist, no respect for women, blah, blah. That argument wouldn’t work on his base, but his base would not be the intended audience.

        The first audience would be the senate, massive pressure, full out PR war. Could you really see a spineless Romney holding firm if he were deemed anti-woman by the MSM? It’s one thing for an R senator to hold firm in the face of a nominee being pro-life, therefore anti-woman, but a male pro-lifer. Several would buckle, why throw gasoline on the fire and that’s what it would be.

        The second audience are independents and suburban women, which POTUS needs for reelection. Nominating a man would be cutting off his nose to spite his face and he knows it.

        POTUS didn’t create this environment, but he’s realistic enough to recognize it. If it was after the election he probably would shrug it off, but it’s not.

        A bird in hand is better than two in the bush. POTUS is going to nominate the candidate from his list he feels has the best chance of a quick confirmation, which is as it should be. We can debate the senate managing to take an outsized role with regard to judicial confirmation in recent history. We can debate the merits of identity politics and the origins therein, but none of that changes the reality on the ground right now, today.

        Going forward I hope we do have a debate about both. The hold up on all Trump administration appointees should call into question exactly what constitutes advise and consent. Ditto for identity politics, united we stand, divided we fall, but we won’t resolve those issues in the next 40 days.

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      • Me says:

        There’s more than one best person for any job; also women are half of the population so maybe it’s not pandering. And finally, based on some people’s criteria of hiring the “best person” , well that might be a woman.

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        • TradeBait says:

          ^^^ Gets it.

          There’s no pandering when there are many qualified candidates. The chooser, PDT, shows great wisdom to better balance the court between the two genders. Rather intelligent way to do it IMO. Should young women not witness a strong, intelligent, God fearing, conservative, Constitutionalist as a role model for the future? Considering they will become mothers of sons and daughters, it might be a really good idea to focus on the future as well as now. We have already witnessed the horrible negative effects of RBG.

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        • Bree says:

          Every person on his list is qualified.


      • MfM says:

        Trump’s first two picks were men.

        I’m not saying that it should be a woman, but given that Amy was on his list the first time around, she was qualified. When Trump was listing his new picks, Amy was one he highlighted from his older list and said that they all were people he was still considering.

        I don’t have anything against her, but I wont be surprised if he goes in a different direction. Because of all the interest shown her, the left has already planned their attack on her. It could have been a little slide of hand on his part.

        One negative for her is that she doesn’t have as much experience on the bench as some others.

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      • burg, I agree with you to some degree BUT after the Kavanaugh fiasco of Blasey-Ford accusations another male candidate would be accused of the same kind of garbage and the same circus would ensue. I am sure that the commie dems had a slew of women lined up to accuse each male candidate of sexual assault from when they were in high school to recent history.

        I don’t know what they will have up their sleeves with a female candidate but we know that it won’t be the Kavanaugh Treatment.


    • albertus magnus says:

      Additionally, she publicly criticized Roberts’ vote to save Obamacare and wrote publicly why it was bs.

      The truth is, the people who are the main ones opposing this are anti- or at best, lukewarm toward Catholics.

      However, she has COMPLETE and STRONG support from PROTESTANT cultural war leaders.


  3. Stillwater says:

    ***Today’s Fisher Industries / Border Wall posts***
    — Fisher’s Federal and private projects, their methods of construction, and overall wall progress in general… including border wall content from other wall contractors.
    — (Previous posts:

    [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.]
    – – – – –
    Monday night update – 9/21/20 – (See link above.)

    — Chief Rodney Scott’s Border Wall System update: 331 miles completed.

    — Article & Video: Migrants Rescued After Being Stuck on New Border Wall

    – – – – –
    Tuesday night update – 9/22/20

    — Just posting the prayer post today.

    – – – – –

    ✅ (9/21/20)… Border Wall System Update: 331 miles completed.
    (Update tends to lag by a few days.)
    This years goal: 450 miles.
    Total goal for full operational control of southern border: ~1,100 miles… some of which will be secondary barrier.

    – – – – –
    ✅ 🧱 (Project 1: May/June 2019)… 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)
    ✅ 👍 (11/20/19)… DHS Secretary Chad Wolf & CBP Chief gave a huge endorsement to the Fisher industries wall 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.

    ✅ 🧱 (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.

    ✅ 🔍 (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.

    ✅ 🧱 (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.

    ✅ 🧱 (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)

    ✅ (7/6/20)… Fisher has partnered with Holcombe Mixers “to fast-track border wall construction.”

    ✅ 🧱 (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.
    ✅ … With the above contract, Fisher probably has at least 112 miles of border wall contract(s), 90 miles of which have been reported on.

    🙏 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 contracts, and any other projects they may be working on; that Fisher would be able to continue uninterrupted until completion.
    — for the safety of other wall contractors and those involved in building the wall.

    — 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 be able to build 1+(to 2?) miles of wall per day.
    (Tommy Fisher has previously stated that, given a large enough project(s), they would be able to build 1 mile of wall per day within 3 months. As early photos taken on March 24 reveal, this process has been going on for at least 5 months. My guess is that Fisher has already scaled up to 1 mile per day, assuming they had enough projects to justify the increase in equipment/manpower required for that output. I’m still waiting to for news to confirm this though.)

    — 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)
    ✅ (4/15/20)… 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.

    — for 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 events, etc.) and the lawsuits would be dismissed.
    (September 10)… Hearing summary…
    At the request of both sides, the lawsuit could go to trial September 2021.
    “Judge Crane said he would hold one final status conference on the case prior to Christmas to determine whether the case will be scheduled for trial.”

    — for Fisher crews working at the private border wall along the Rio Grande as they continue to fill/fix any issues related to erosion, reseeding of grass, and applying various erosion control solutions on the site.

    — that Fisher would be able to come up with affordable, scalable, innovative solutions to greatly shorten the landscape establishment period, provide some initial protection against erosion during the establishment period, and strengthen the long-term stability(resistance to erosion) for all types of riverbank soil & grades/slopes which may be encountered so that the landscape can handle the stronger hurricanes/floods which may arrive in the future

    — that Project 2 will eventually benefit the natural habitat; perhaps with the formation of its own riparian zone to prevent erosion at the river’s edge and benefit local flora/fauna… but without preventing operational access & visibility in CBP’s enforcement zone.

    — for 100% safety/health/guidance/direction/salvation(through faith in Christ Jesus) for the work crews, security personnel, legal teams, CBP, DHS, Army/USACE, National Guard and all involved in Fisher Industries’ private or federal projects (& other wall contractors)

    — 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 Fisher Industries/USA’s benefit

    🌟 “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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  4. TwoLaine says:


    Liked by 31 people

    • Bubby says:

      If you’re a Democrat send them in all at once and they will get counted. If you’re a Republican it doesn’t matter they will get lost by the US Postal union employees supporting Joe Biden!

      Liked by 6 people

      • TwoLaine says:

        If you’re a Democrat send them in all at once they will get counted, even after being found in someone’s trunk a month after the election.

        • Bubby says:

          That fraudulent device is a backup only used when the Democrats have miscounted how many votes are needed to win!

          Liked by 2 people

          • TwoLaine says:

            Which ios often, since they do not know how to count.

            200 MILLION People will be dead by the time I finish my speech.

            Keep talkin’.
            Keep talkin’.
            Keep talkin’.
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            Keep talkin’.
            Keep talkin’.Keep talkin’.
            Keep talkin’.

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  5. chamomine says:

    Costco recently removed a popular pimento cheese brand from 120 of its stores after the owner called the Black Lives Matter movement a “terror organization” on his public Facebook.

    Liked by 4 people

  6. pochas94 says:

    I’ll bet all of those malingerers in the audience just loved that speech /s.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. SJM says:

    Hyperinflation, Fascism and War: How the New World Order May Be Defeated Once More


    While the world’s attention is absorbed by tectonic shifts unfolding across America as “a perfect storm” of civil war, and military coup threatens to undo both the elections and the very foundations of the republic itself, something very ominous has appeared “off of the radar” of most onlookers. This something is a financial collapse of the trans-Atlantic banks that threatens to unleash chaos upon the world. It is this collapse that underlies the desperate efforts being made by the neo-con drive for total war with Russia, China and other members of the growing Mutlipolar Alliance today.

    In recent articles, I have mentioned that the Bank of England-led “solution” to this oncoming financial blowout of the $1.5 quadrillion derivatives bubble is being pushed under the cover of a “Great Global Reset” which is an ugly and desperate effort to use COVID-19 as a cover for the imposition of a new post-covid world order operating system. Since the new “rules” of this new system are very similar to the 1923 Bank of England “solution” to Germany’s economic chaos which eventually required a fascist governance mechanism to impose it onto the masses, I wish to take a deeper look at the causes and effects of Weimar Germany’s completely un-necessary collapse into hyperinflation and chaos during the period of 1919-1923.

    In this essay, I will go further to examine how those same architects of hyperfinflation came close to establishing a global bankers’ dictatorship in 1933 and how that early attempt at a New World Order was fortunately derailed through a bold fight which has been written out of popular history books.

    We will investigate in depth how a major war broke out within America led by anti-imperial patriots in opposition to the forces of Wall Street and London’s Deep State and we will examine how this clash of paradigms came to a head in 1943-1945….MORE:

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  8. TwoLaine says:

    Thank You Cindy! For showing us once again that you are as greedy and selfish as your husband Johnny Songbird. We see you for what you are and always have been.

    Thank God for saving us from the two of you ever getting anywhere near our White House. It shows us He does indeed have a plan.

    May you join Johnny Songbird soon in that place you want to put us in called h11.

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  9. Dora says:

    This is just the start. It’s going to get worse. Much worse.

    Liked by 3 people

    • paper doll says:

      This idiocy is why there needs to be just one day of hearings. Nip this crap in the bud. And who is paying for these people to put on this ridiculous side show? Everyone knows, but no one , even those supposedly on our side, will tell the public. This is NOT grassroot….

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      • Texsun says:

        I thought hazing was outlawed.

        The hearings will be nothing other than Democrat hazing of the President’s appointee. We’ve already seen this disgusting display with Kavanaugh. The American public does not need to go through this nonsense again.

        Congressional hearings NEVER accomplish anything, they are nothing more than a sideshow and theatre for the leftist media!

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    • janjan says:

      most all Hispanics are devout Catholic…js

      Liked by 1 person

  10. bertdilbert says:

    Pelosi fires another arrow from her quiver….

    Cindy McCain endorses Joe Biden for president.

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  11. sunnyflower5 says:


  12. sunnyflower5 says:

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  13. destashjan says:

    The committees stated that they received records that Hunter Biden “sent thousands of dollars” to individuals who have “either been involved in transactions consistent with possible human trafficking; an association with the adult entertainment industry; or potential association with prostitution.”

    “Some recipients of those funds are Ukrainian or Russian citizens,” the report states, adding that “the records note that it is a documented fact that Hunter Biden has sent funds to non-resident alien women in the United States who are citizens of Russia and Ukraine and who have subsequently wired funds they have received from Hunter Biden to individuals located in Russia and Ukraine.”

    “The records also note that some of these transactions are linked to what ‘appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring,’” the report stated.

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    • destashjan says:

      From the same report…
      Meanwhile, the report states that Senate investigators found millions of dollars in “questionable financial transactions” between Hunter Biden and his associates and foreign individuals, including the wife of the former mayor of Moscow as well as individuals with ties to the Chinese Communist Party.

      According to the report, an investment firm co-founded by Hunter Biden, Rosemont Seneca Thornton, “received $3.5 million in a wire transfer” from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former mayor of the Russian capital.

      The report goes further and alleges that not just Hunter Biden but other members of the Biden family “were involved in a vast financial network that connected them to foreign nationals and foreign governments across the globe.”

      In one instance, the report stated that Hunter Biden “opened a bank account” with a Chinese national linked to China’s communist government, which “financed a $100,000 global spending spree” for the former vice president’s brother, James Biden, and his wife, Sara Biden.

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    • hazelnut22 says:

      Is attacking Hunter, hence Joe by default, the new plan? I am afraid it won’t be effective, just more noise.


    • bentley1blog says:

      Hope that creepy Hunter gets nailed along with his sugar daddy.

      Liked by 2 people

  14. CovfefeBerserker says:

    Real? Finally? Reading the PDF…

    Liked by 15 people

  15. wtd says:

    OK, I guess we’re doing this.
    @JoeBiden has camouflages earpieces in both ears.
    For advanced memetic operations:
    ===>Trumps people should use the device that picks up the signal at the debates and broadcast it

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  16. wtd says:

    You can now sue the HR Department for wokeness

    Imagine that—telling White People they’re racist, evil devils “creates a hostile work environment.”

    No, not “racial discrimination training.” “Critical Race Theory.” Call it by its right name. Specifically, racial stereotyping, scapegoating, and superiority.

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  17. wtd says:

    Breaking: Senate report slams Bidens for conflicts of interest, flags possible criminal activity. GOP-led investigation cites evidence of Burisma bribe, suspicious foreign money transfers and sex trafficking. | Just The News

    Liked by 8 people

  18. wtd says:

    Great! Sue the bastards…
    Republicans to take Pennsylvania mail-in voting case to Supreme Court | Just The News

    Liked by 14 people

    • Somebody says:

      The PA legislature should pass laws regarding mail in ballots, verification standards, post mark, cut off, etc. THAT is the quickest, easiest solution NOT abdication of their duties to whims of black robes

      Liked by 8 people

    • Linda K. says:

      Levin said yesterday the Pa state legislature should declare the judges order null and void. He does not have the authority because the Constitution gives it to them.

      Liked by 4 people

  19. henry says:

    lightfoot’s ChiTown keeps on killin’

    United States Postal workers who deliver mail in some of Chicago’s more violent neighborhoods are threatening to halt their services after a mail carrier was shot in the city’s South Side earlier this month.

    Liked by 7 people

    • nervecellguy says:

      That’s ironic since an overwhelming majority of postal workers are DemocRats.
      I doubt they’ll learn a lesson from this, though. Liberals can’t see reality even if it smacks them in the face like cold fish.
      I’m beginning to doubt this maxim – “A Conservative is a Liberal who got mugged. “


    • fionnagh says:

      Huh. Well, then, how are the residents gonna get their (eight) mail-in ballots?

      Liked by 1 person

    • bentley1blog says:

      Henry…As a former resident of Chicago while riding in a CTA bus to my destination I witnessed the Cabrini Greens being built. Even after a year or two the Greens turned into a total ghetto…broken windows and doors, non working elevators, destroyed playground equipment, cracked bathroom necessities, BBQing in bathtubs and the list goes on. After a while postmen and policemen alike would not enter the Greens for fear of losing their lives. And the beat goes on!

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  20. Drogers says:

    The Democrats have boxed themselves in ~

    Go after a woman; send us the women’s vote.
    Go after her religion; send us the Catholic vote.
    Go after her views on Roe V Wade; send us the pro~life vote. Polls indicate the Democrats have a sizable number of pro~life voters.
    Go after her on rape allegations; uh that one takes care of itself … nvrmd.

    A six to three margin on most all conservative issues and at worst a five to four margin on the most important conservative issues.

    To borrow a phrase the Progs have been using recently ~ we’re going to burn this thing to the ground.

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  21. Guyski says:

    John Garamendi just told Maria Bartiromo to ‘take a deep breath’ (calm down) twice! Wrong thing to say to Maria. 😆🤣🤣🤣

    Liked by 6 people

  22. The Demon Slick says:

    Bathroom just SMOKED rep Geramandi D Ca.
    I almost felt sorry for him. Almost. But he just kept repeating already disproven Lies. Maria was having none of it. Pretty awesome.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. Zorro says:

    Senator Ron Johnson on WISN 1130 Milwaukee iHeart radio at 7:40 am Central time on (Cocaine) Hunter Biden Burisma findings.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dana Christianson says:

      Let’s See, Trump Has Taken Out The Bushes, The Clinton’s And Now It Looks Like The Biden’s Are Gonna Go Down. Roy Cohn Recognized “Trump’s Genius” Early On And Probably Schooled Him About Communist Threat As Well. Trump Is The Most Skilled Natural Politician In American History…

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    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      #Burisma NOW: 87 page, joint report from
      investigates potential conflict of interests involving Hunter Biden. Central Finding: Hunter Biden’s position on Burisma “was problematic” + “did interfere” with the execution of Obama-era Ukraine policy

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  24. Winston says:

    Like I’ve said, this even infests our military:

    Air Force moves to cancel contracts for training on ‘white privilege’
    22 Sep 2020

    The Air Force is taking the first steps toward canceling any contracts for diversity and unconscious bias training that include segments on white privilege and other controversial subjects, as called for by the White House.

    The Air Force’s move follows a Sept. 4 memo from Office of Management and Budget Director Russell Vought, which alleged executive branch agencies have spent millions of taxpayer dollars “’training’ government workers to believe divisive, anti-American propaganda.”

    Liked by 7 people

  25. Niagara Frontier says:

    You can hear the media already, “Hunter Biden is not running for President. This is irrelevant.” That’s why the focus must be kept on Joe Biden’s conduct as it related to Hunter.

    And from a quick first reading, it appears John Kerry has his private parts caught in a wringer too.

    Liked by 5 people

    • henry says:

      Some terrific news would be if Madeline Albright got caught up in any of this.
      She is as vile as Hillary.

      Rwanda. Kosovo… all that blood is on her hands.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Clinton-Albright wanted that war. For that may they burn in hell. People forget that on March 18, 1992, all three sides signed the Lisbon Agreement, averting a looming war.

        However, on March 28, after meeting with the then-US ambassador to Yugoslavia Warren Zimmermann in Sarajevo, Izetbegovic from Bosnia withdrew his signature. Everybody believes that promises were made by the Bosnia in exchange for withdrawing from the peace agreement. After that….war was guaranteed.

        Remember it was Albright who snapped at General Powell, “What’s the point of having this superb military that you’re always talking about if we can’t use it?”

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    • Niagara- I just started reading that report and it is DYNAMITE. I’m surprised that Team Trump isn’t ALL over it, there are any number of juicy ads that could be done just quoting from it.

      Also, I had no idea that we the Taxpayers were funding scumbag Hunter’s corrupt and degenerate lifestyle, including Secret Service protection for 5 years:

      “Hunter Biden was a U.S. Secret Service protectee from Jan. 29, 2009 to July 8, 2014. A day before his last trip as a protectee, Time published an article describing Burisma’s ramped up lobbying efforts to U.S. officials and Hunter’s involvement in Burisma’s board.

      Before ending his protective detail, Hunter Biden received Secret Service protection on trips to multiple foreign locations, including Moscow, Beijing, Doha, Paris, Seoul, Manila, Tokyo, Mexico City, Milan, Florence, Shanghai, Geneva, London, Dublin, Munich, Berlin, Bogota, Abu Dhabi, Nairobi, Hong Kong, Taipei, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Johannesburg, Brussels, Madrid, Mumbai and Lake Como.”

      Liked by 4 people

  26. henry says:

    time for Barr’s anarchy city order to be enforced in Seattle.

    Liked by 4 people

    • milktrader says:

      Great experiment let’s see how this turns out.

      Probably as well as the Summer of Love CHOP zone but who am I to judge? They might have figured out to have a policeless State. Which begs the question on who will enforce their laws and dictates.

      Sounds good, I’ll be watching

      Liked by 1 person

    • cjzak says:

      All good citizens, leave Seattle asap if you can. Then, let it go. Let those who happily elected these people reap the results of this policy decision.

      Go for it Seattle city council, while we all watch the results happen and place the blame squarely on each and everyone of you for the disaster it will cause.


    • which ones are trannys??


    • SHV says:

      “The Council’s 2020 amended budget will strip the department of roughly $3 million, which equates to less than a 1 percent defunding of the department’s 2020 budget.”
      If it’s really a 1% cut then they are just virtue signaling….For a real social experiment in Public Safety “reform” start with a 50% cut.

      Liked by 1 person

  27. henry says:

    this is so pathetic. wheeler needs to be publicly castrated and made to eat his balls.
    Only problem is that the woman who will succeed him in the next election is far worse than him.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    Liked by 1 person

    • Zydeco says:

      Remember any vaccines that contain mercury or aluminum are dangerous.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Texsun says:

        Do yo have any concrete evidence that the J&J vaccine contains mercury or aluminum? If you do, please provide the evidence.


        • fionnagh says:

          Seemed like a general, cautionary comment to me, not specifically related to J&J…

          That said, how would one obtain such evidence? I doubt any adverse ingredients would be included on the paper insert that’s folded up twenty times like origami.

          Liked by 3 people

      • Medicine Man says:

        Only vaccines that contain thimersol is multi dose flu vaccines and those are nearly none existent.

        In listening into the calls from the CDC, none of these vaccines will be using thimersol.

        For educational purposes. Thimerosal contains ethylmercury, which is cleared from the human body more quickly than methylmercury, and is therefore less likely to cause any harm. Methyl-mercury is what is found in fish.

        Trying to help with Google University Graduates regarding vaccine safety.

        Liked by 2 people

      • Chip Doctor says:

        It’s probably really just a big dose of HCQ with food coloring to hide the scam.

        Liked by 1 person

      • bentley1blog says:

        Zy…or maybe a chip if Mr, Microsoft has anything to say about it.

        Liked by 1 person

  29. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump Retweet

    Don’t forget the overpaid baaketball players who are doing the same…..

    Liked by 9 people

  30. Perot Conservative says:

    How many questions will Bribem take on these new revelations?

    Liked by 1 person

    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      Remember when that pencil necked prick and his little troll sidekick
      claimed anything we said about Joe Biden and Hunter Biden were “Russian disinformation” or “debunked conspiracy theories.”

      GFY Adam & Jerry and that POS
      who lied to cover it uptown l

      Liked by 3 people

      • Dana Christianson says:

        Now Hit Them With Durham’s “Interim-Report” And Let’s “Settle Norm Eisen’s Hash” Once And For All… Indictment’s & Perp-Walk’s In October!

        Liked by 5 people

    • Jim in TN says:

      Biden will take all questions that his staff writes for the propagandists and some questions that the propagandists had his staff pre-approve.
      The prepared answers will be read off of the teleprompter.
      He will answer just enough questions on the subject so that his staff and the propagandists can collude to make the issue go away.
      Of course it will also be treated as a Trump dirty trick and a mean attack on Biden’s family.

      Liked by 1 person

  31. Perot Conservative says:

    Hunter Biden dirt released.


  32. Zy says:

    Biden Hiden flesh colored, ear molded sophisticated ear piece.

    Liked by 8 people

  33. henry says:

    The vet, who was wearing a red “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) hat and a “Back the Blue” pro-police mask, said a man and a woman approached him before beating him.

    “She looked at me and she goes, ‘We just don’t like people like you,'” he said.
    “And that just kind of got shocked me a little bit.”

    “And I said, ‘Well, that breaks my heart,’ and no more sooner out of my mouth, I get hit on the left side of my head,” he continued.

    “Then somehow he got me in a headlock and started pounding me on top of my head,” the veteran said of the attack.

    Liked by 4 people

  34. Galahad says:

    Trump is right about the corona virus. Anderson cooper is a shallow soulless shill.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. gardenquilt says:

    Please share this with your family and friends before they go vote. Chris McGlade, an English man sharing his absolutely amazing message about the state of the United States.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wtd says:

      “As an outsider, a working-class Englishman” – he isn’t fully aware of actual cause of death of George Floyd – however, he definitely gets the challenges faced by our MAGA President and his supporters.

      Liked by 3 people

  36. magatrump says:

    Wapo/ABC polls shows President trump up in Florida and Arizona. Oh no what will Nate Silver say now that one of his A rated pollsters have shown President Trump ahead in 2 key states. As always these fake polls start to tighten and tell the truth more as we get closer to the election. We know thier game. Florida Trump 51 Biden 47 Arizona Trump 49 Biden 48

    Liked by 1 person

  37. John Spiropoulos says:

    Sundance has been kind enough to feature my video reports since early 2017. A few weeks ago I promised him and you that I would produce a “Spygate” series to educate anyone who isn’t a Treeper. And to do so before the election. The videos are ready for viewing at

    If you want to inform friends, relatives and colleagues about Spygate — without getting into an argument — send them the link via email or post the link in your social media channels. includes, as recommended by many Treepers, supporting reading material. There is a summary, background information and a copy of the video script for each episode. Plus links to relevant documents. is designed to inform the general public but not anywhere near the granular level that Sundance details here on a daily basis. But people will learn enough so as to make them informed citizens. That’s the objective.

    I had not intended to make a new website. It’s not my specialty. But, at the urging of Treepers, I did. So, there are some design limitations. I apologize for that. But it has a lot of content. And more will be coming soon.

    Liked by 16 people

  38. help4newmoms says:

    Good News yesterday in PA. The federal judge, Stickman, who ruled that Wolf’s policy on limiting gatherings was unconstitutional, DENIED Wolf a Stay. Hurray, no more restrictions on gatherings in PA! No 25% or 50%. A great win. It was even reported!

    Liked by 6 people

  39. magatrump says:

    In the good ole days the Hunter Biden story would take Slow Joe down! In the good ole days when we actually has a responsible media.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Eric C. says:

      And, in the good ol’ days we wouldn’t be walking around with a T-shirt over our faces to protect us from a bio pathogen. 🤷‍♂️


  40. sunnyflower5 says:

    Liked by 2 people

  41. magatrump says:

    Do you notice how President trump is not going to AZ or hardly going to Florida or NC ? It’s because he know he has FL NC AZ locked up!


  42. islandpalmtrees says:

    Seems clear when look at the last name – Toscas and Tashina Gauhar!

    Toscas and Tashina Gauhar, the deputy assistant attorney general for intelligence, have offices next to each other and say they are in constant communication. The division is the liaison between Justice Department headquarters and the intelligence community.

    Whiteboard came up the connection, then I found this. A posting from two years ago.

    Liked by 3 people

  43. Bubby says:

    Why do I feel like Charlie Brown about to kick the football Lucy is holding?

    Liked by 2 people

  44. henry says:

    I’ll call your Biden story and raise you the ever truthful WaPo’s take…


    • Winston says:

      This will all be ignored or marginalized by the MSM, the pundits will persuade the morons who would have voted Dim anyway that it’s nothing since they’re too dumb or lazy to investigate the details themselves OR those morons won’t care in the fist place because “Orange Man Bad!”

      IF it has any perceived significantly negative effect, Biden will suddenly be replaced at the last minute as the prez candidate by his current VP candidate (“First female prez candidate!!!”) or someone else. I find it IMPOSSIBLE to believe that here is NO ONE in the entire Dim party who is a better candidate than him, so the Dims must have something up their sleeve.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Somebody says:

        Maybe Hunter is feeling bad, takes up drugs or goes to a bar and gets covid. Joe angles for sympathy vote, look what the evil R’s did to my only living son.


    • gsonFIT says:

      It changed U.S. policy by normalizing theft and corruption of Government officials in the function of their day to day public jobs


  45. islandpalmtrees says:

    I know the article is to long, but that because the author filled it full of information.

    A couple of examples that will be in the news soon. Apparatchik No 1: Tashina Gauhar. Apparatchik No 2: George Toscas. The Siamese twins of the DoJ. The Dynamic Duo of the FISA courts. Tashina, once (briefly) a Civil Rights attorney in private practice, was hired by the DoJ as a “General Attorney” (paper pusher) in 2003/2004. . She had a BA from Loyola College and was admitted in the Law School of the University of Maryland in 1997. She was an “associate” at DLA Piper (then Piper Marbury Rudnick and Wolfe, LLP. In 2002 she was still with Piper as second banana in bankrupcy proceedings . In 2006, she and George Toscas were moved to a new office, a “partnership with U.S. attorneys’ offices and the FBI – in what are considered broad national security investigations.” Not bad for a bankrupcy gal friday.

    “Toscas and Tashina Gauhar, the DA attorney general for intelligence, have offices next to each other and say they are in constant communication. The division is the liaison between Justice Department headquarters and the intelligence community.” . Then came Eric Holder, the gun dealer for the Sinaloa Cartel, and in September of 2009, a new division was created.: A “National Security team”! And up went Tash and Georgie.

    Tashina Gauhar as the “Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Intelligence;” and George Toscas as the “Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Counterterrorism and Counterespionage.” Deep Staters who eat together, stay together. . Guess who carried the FBI’s water in FISC (yep, the FISA Court)? Take a peak here in 2011: . Or, perchance, in 2013

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  46. Mortimer says:

    Joe just said that he’s never met Hunter. Must be some distant 2nd cousins kid.

    Liked by 2 people

    • trumpthepress says:

      That’s what his earpiece told him to say.

      Now he claims he is not responsible for lying because his earpiece feed was inaccurate.

      “Ear Piece Bad” is what he claimed.


  47. sunnyflower5 says:

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