Inflection Point – President Trump: “I’ll only say this once”…

Today in Prescott, Arizona, President Trump hit his victory stride for the home-stretch.  Go back and watch the entire rally if needed and you’ll see.

There are moments, inflection points per se’, that are not unique to President Trump but are uniquely President Trump.  We have now entered a very specific phase of the 2020 campaign with a confident, purposeful and focused candidate.  First, watch this:


What President Trump expressed in that moment is very typically Trump.

Accepting that AG Bill Barr is likely to do nothing, he moves quickly through the disappointment phase, finds no value in dwelling there, and shifts into optimal solutions mode. This is a character trait of Donald Trump that has made him successful through life.

Several years ago, WolfMoon accurately described this trait as “optimal solutions” Trump. Assess, evaluate, move strategically, stride confidently.  This shift is specifically pertinent at this moment because it comes as an outcome of a very positive momentum shift.

President Trump is confident.

As a general disposition Donald Trump is an optimistic person; and he has trained himself through life to move quickly past any negatives and disappointments.

Donald John Trump remembers, but he does not dwell; and does not let dark clouds, or dark imaginings impede his path to success.  President Trump senses, keenly and intuitively, the massive surge of positive momentum being built around his reelection.

Trump can see the enthusiasm and optimism; however, perhaps more importantly, he can feel it. That empowering sense provides him strength to move through disappointment by accepting AG Bill Barr is likely to do nothing about the elements of government who have attempted to stop his administration objectives.

In real time, for those who have watched the past 16 hours, President Trump has embraced the overwhelming energy of optimism and is now moving into an intense period of joyful campaigning.

Oh, to be sure he will beat the shit out of Joe Biden and the corrupt elements of the deep state; he will not stop talking about it – but he now moves into a mode where he leverages the truth of what took place as an element of his outsider campaign effort.  Truth becomes his weapon.

This is Donald Trump owning the downside and moving into position to win the 2020 election with a spirit of optimism, and YOU have played, and continue to play, a key role in this.

MAGA supporters have rallied through the garbage and insults and remained positive. You are now fuel for this phase of the Trump 2020 campaign. If AG Barr moves to deliver accountability, great; however, if he doesn’t – so what… We will not allow victory to be diminished by the ideology of an entrenched and vile DC establishment. Our victory will be won with joy and optimism for the great American country we know and love.

This is the approach toward dealing with politics, and still living your best life.

This approach is rallying to the standard that sets the American people apart from the rest of the world. This is the independent choice to live in fellowship; accept the abundance that surrounds us with thankfulness; and engage our optimistic spirit to get-r-done. This is the heart of American pride.  Act or be acted upon.

We are an optimistic nation. President Trump knows at a DNA level how important the spirit of joy and accomplishment is to our nation. He is right now more confident in “US” than he has ever been and he is giving us the opportunity to determine our own destiny.

Optimal Solutions Trump is not blind to the challenge… and not naive to the opposition… but he will not let the resistance define the effort or the strategy; and by expressing the very best optimistic outlook he will leave nothing on the field.

This is our candidate; this is our President.

This is the moment when we can decide if we are the people we have been waiting for.

Donald Trump is a successful person in life and in business because he gives everyone around him the opportunity to be their best-self and achieve their highest aspirations. Disappointment is left in the rear-view mirror and achieving optimal solutions becomes the path forward.

Get ready folks, this is Trump unleashed.

Giddy up ‘folks, this is fun Trump.

Put out the signs; wear the gear; engage with everyone; be openly optimistic and rally to the standard. We have so got this if we want it…

Deserve MAGA victory !!

[2017] “Well, I don’t really have to do any holding together, now that I figured out what Trump is up to. He is shaking things out, but counting on Trump gravity to pull things back together as he moves along.

He is moving “forward” at speeds Obama could not even dream of.

You and I will be anti-Trump trolls one day and MAGA heroes the next. Get used to it. Trump speed is the new normal. Some will call it flip-flopping, but that’s not what it is. Trump is dodging and weaving through reality faster than the reality can react to disrupt his plans.

I was explaining this to my wife. This is a roller-coaster now. Trump is no longer waiting for people to keep up. He is taking his bewildering art-of-the-deal campaign schtick into geopolitics, and for a lot of people who can’t keep up or hold on, it will be a rough ride.

Trump is no longer playing only with evil and cunning players who are still predictable, easily beatable dopes, like Hillary. He is playing against killers, with his own team of killers, and all the while he has scheming creeps like Hillary, BGI, SPLC, and the neocons gunning for him. Snake Ryan ready to bite when nobody is looking. “Warhead” McCain screaming for Russian blood. Psycho Kim and Samoa Obama plotting some kind of intrigue to take him down. And THOSE are the lightweights.

This is the majors now. Trump has to outwit world-class adversaries and “frenemies” by defining the deals that they will agree to. One minute they will think Trump is their friend – the next minute, a cunning, bitter foe.

And he has to do this with evil cheerleaders like Warhead, Linderace, Dipsy Dowd, Maggie Haterman, and Fake Yapper trashing him or praising him alternately, no matter which way he goes. They can’t keep up, either.

Neither can many around him. I think that half of the problem with advisers crashing into each other is they don’t realize what Trump is doing.

And people will trash you, and they will trash me. Get used to it. I’ve already caught plenty of people mocking me. Well, just wait a week in Trump time. Look stupid and conned by Trump one minute, and you look like a sage three days later.

Trump will not find perfect solutions. He will find OPTIMAL solutions. We cannot ask for more. Trump has stood by and watched Perfect murder Good for 8 years – maybe longer. He’s not gonna do it. He’s going to deliver the best outcome possible, and he’s not waiting for us to feel relaxed about it.

Best presidency ever! Just hang on. More winning is coming, but a lot of people are going to scream that it’s all over at EVERY turn.

The best way through this is to define viewpoints, not people, because people will shift as they change position and velocity in Trump gravity. Bash the neocon, warmonger, and dopey globalist positions – not the people who are going to hold them one moment and come loose from them later.

Trump is Jupiter moving through the asteroid belt. He is going to pull people into his orbit. A few will get slung off into space, but most will come along for the ride of their lives.

I am ON the Trump Train for good, even if I scream that I want off and can’t take it.

In the end, I only want to scream “TOO MUCH WINNING!!!” (link)

I told you in 2015 and 2016 that MAGA would win.  We did.

I told you in 2018 that MAGA was likely to lose the House.  We did.

I’m telling you right now in 2020 we are likely to win and we can crush the opposition; removing Nancy Pelosi from office.  The decision is ours.

You want accountability?  You want justice?  You want to retain the Republic that you know and love… Well, get your ass in the game, get serious, get everyone involved and register those who never voted before; remind everyone, and drive the MONSTER VOTE !!

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474 Responses to Inflection Point – President Trump: “I’ll only say this once”…

  1. Pvt. Idaho says:

    “Nice guy”. “Great human being”. Some of the words Pres. Trump used to describe AG Bill Barr was the biggest insult one could ever say to the number one law enforcement officer in our country. Leave it to our great President to wrap that humiliation up in a compliment in disguise. Well, semi disguise.

    Liked by 18 people

    • sonianan says:

      Excellent perspective. Machiavelli’s “Better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be both” comes to mind.

      Some fear of law enforcement is essential, and to be effective, Barr needed to unleash the forces of hell when he was turned against. He has had the opportunities.

      Renditions of a scout master and his troop singing Kumbaya around the campfire are not going to solve the crisis and loss of trust in his department.

      Liked by 9 people

    • GB Bari says:

      True. PDJT never said Barr was brilliant, a superior AG, or anything complimentary of Barr’s professional capabilities. Maybe what he didn’t say is as important as what he did say.

      But nonetheless, Sundance has identified this asm an inflection point, meaning, a point in time where the direction changed. And SD explained and we can see that the President deliberately changed the direction by reason of his strategic assessment of the objective (winning on Nov 3rd) and the path to get there.,

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    • Baau Geste says:

      yes, sort of like a (best possible) description of a potential ‘blind date’ fix up.

      different kind of person, makes all his/her own clothes…..


    • Right Mover says:

      President Trump also recently referred to Anthony Fauci as “a nice man.”
      It’s never a compliment when PJT calls you “a nice man.”

      Liked by 10 people

    • Issy says:

      Pvt. Idaho: He did add he gets mad too. I actually do think Barr is a nice man. I know his history, but by D.C. standards, he is nice. As Trump says frequently, we will see how it turns out.

      President Trump does seem very happy, and that’s what we need, move on and live happily. I refuse to allow the actions of the swamp to keep me from being happy. I’m with President Trump.

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    • nimrodman says:

      “Nice guy”. “Great human being”

      yeah, backhanded “compliment”


      “Ineffectual”. “Weak”. “Can’t do the job he was appointed to do”

      Liked by 10 people

    • spren says:

      Pvt. Idaho, it’s an old tactic used in labor negotiations. It’s called “making a deposit, and then a withdrawal.”

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    • Winston says:

      “Leave it to our great President to wrap that humiliation up in a compliment in disguise.”

      OMG. Are people so wrapped up in denial that we stretch to participating in doublethink?

      Barr, Wray, and many others should have been called into the office, asked some key questions ON THE RECORD, and fired on the spot if the answers were garbage. The worse than Obama DO’J’ obstructed Judicial Watch would strongly agree.

      This “cunning plan” BS needs to stop just like the “prosecutions are just around the corner” BS should have ended by now.

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    • Old Dan says:

      I think the comments the President made about Barr should be understood in the context of Sundance’s main point about this point of inflection — President Trump is confident now that he going to win and he’s not in any way hesitant to show that to everyone. There’s probably lots of internal polling that he access to that shows he’s got it; he realizes, no matter if Barr goes after this Hunter Biden scandal now or later, the publicity from the scandal’s the final nail in the coffin for J. Biden who’s spending the week in his bunker; plus the President must sense the enthusiasm and energy from his supporters — all of these things make him confident now matter what Barr does. And, he didn’t just say Barr was a nice guy, he said he was “fair.” That could mean that H. Biden is toast, but to be fair it will be after the election. Just my take…


  2. paper doll says:

    I think the one thing that can rile up the traitorous swamp creatures is saber rattling and promising retribution. It’s a dish best served cold.😌

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  3. Pale rider says:

    Soooo, when I spank my kid for stealing, lying, I’m ‘not nice’?


    • GB Bari says:

      You don’t do that when you’re in a glass house and your leftwing neighbors will report you for child abuse.

      You wait until you can get your point across without penalty.

      Liked by 8 people

  4. trnathens says:

    Matthew 8:21-22

    21 And another of his disciples said unto him, Lord, suffer me first to go and bury my father.
    22 But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; and let the dead bury their dead.

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  5. borwarrior says:

    Context matters.

    PDJT was referring specifically to Biden being lucky that Barr was fair and nice.

    PDJT was not making this comment in the context of the cabal, the coup plotters who planned to take down his campaign and his Presidency.

    “This should never, ever happen to a President again.” I believe he means to pursue justice for those who attempted to overthrow him.

    It’s not a matter of revenge. It’s about protecting the Republic and it’s guiding principles of justice under the Constitution. If the cabal gets away with it, it will happen again and again until it’s stopped in its tracks.

    He will do it with or without Barr IMHO.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      barr is “too nice” to even investigate biden corruption, major millions$$$$ bribery, alleged child porn, income tax evasion, sale of office and ‘favors’? What is ‘fair’ or ‘nice’ about that?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Sugarhillhardrock says:

      I embrace our apex predator President’s “make lemonade out of lemons” approach to Barr indicting 1 lawyer after Durham has been at work for 17 months.

      There is no excuse for Lard A$$ not indicting the cogs in the wheel at Justice and the FBI to get to the directors of the Coup, and getting that info out to voters prior to the election. Barr is withholding vital information from voters.

      Sundance id’d him as “Bondo”at the time he was confirmed. Sundance was center Bullseye.

      On November 4th, after PDJT has won a 2nd
      Term, I want to see the Comey treatment for “stone’s in our shoe” Haspel, Wray, and Barr.

      Lock them out of their offices and put their personal trinkets in a box. Tell them to get a cab home. All three of them are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

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  6. giveadamn says:

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. FBI reports up to AG who reports up to President. Yes, I am pointing my finger at Trump for being a nice guy himself and believing both Sessions’ and Barr’s bull for too long. If Trump doesn’t clean house and restore REAL Law and Order in this country, I will be one pissed off American. I don’t care how destabilizing it may be. We are a self-governing people operating under a confederation of states i.e. there are safety nets. Also, why can’t the President actually cite the Constitution, Oath of Office, et. al., to justify actions taken. I had to put up with Obama’s “teaching moments”. IMO, Trump has missed a few that would shore up our side and, actually, educate many civically ignorant citizens. Yes, sometimes, you have to be parental as President.

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    • David A says:

      When 98 percent of millions of employees, ( 3 letter agencies, judges, own party members, etc…) are against you, it is impossible for most, like giveadam, to comprehend how reality limits theory on what one can accomplish.

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  7. hoosiertruthfan says:

    It is fascinating to see President Trump work through this. I appreciate Sundance taking the bigger picture approach. I find myself along many others getting caught in minutiae. I’m spitting mad about all of this junk. Our president doesn’t do minutiae and he has a clear vision of what is best for our republic.
    A different course will yield better results. I don’t think he is willing to tip his hand one bit given the depths of the corruption in the swamp. He’s personifying happy warrior. That is a much easier sell to most than what the media spins as a petty and dangerous man.

    Goal one, win the election.

    Liked by 12 people

    • jx says:

      Yeah, win the election… with the FBI and DOJ working against you. Again.

      Wray and Barr to be canned immediately after Trump wins.

      Liked by 2 people

    • TZ says:

      Sundance wrote a short article a couple years ago that I can’t seem to find again, that has stuck with me — about how Trump would trade “getting Justice against the coup-plotter schemers” to achieve much bigger goals with far more consequential impact.

      In addition to the idea that a swamp is drained by diverting upstream water rather than wrestling every reptile and snake, it was a prescient look at what too many supporters fail to get about the fight we’re in.

      If anyone happens to remember it and can post the link, I’d appreciate it. It’s one that I constantly wish I had on hand to share with doubters.

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  8. hokkoda says:

    The Biden Campaign…

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  9. Chewbarkah says:

    I was hoping to hear DJT add, “And our FBI Director Chris Wray is so kind and fair that he sat on a laptop full of evidence proving Hunter Biden is a crook while I was being impeached…for asking Ukraine to investigate Hunter Biden for being a crook. How much more fair can you get?”

    Liked by 5 people

    • steph_gray says:

      Hee hee.


    • Issy says:

      Chewbarkah: I think I understand Barr and his motives, but I don’t have a clue about Wray. The one thing I’m pretty sure of is that President Trump does and will deal with it.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Chewbarkah says:

        Hope you are right, but based on his track record, I wouldn’t be shocked if Trump replaced Wray with Adam Schift or Hunter Biden. It’s a tall order, but he has got to find qualified patriots to take these jobs instead of hacks who care more about the institutions than their country.

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      • Jan says:

        Wray worked for the DOJ under the Bush Administration & was best buds w/ Comey & Mueller when they went thru the crisis over Ashcroft in the hospital & getting something signed or not signei’ve forgotten the details. Wray left the DOJ & went back into private practice with a firm having big offices in DC & Atlanta. It’s the same firm Sally Yates went to when she was fired from the DOJ for refusing to put Pres Trump’s travel ban from dangerous countries.

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  10. Founders1791 says:

    President Trump laid down the gauntlet to those under performing like with Sen Ben Sasse, Dr. Fraudci, and now AG Barr who has achieve nothing in more than 600 days on the job. The day after President Trump’s 2nd Inauguration there will be a blood bath of dismissals and rightly so.

    Liked by 9 people

  11. gingergal says:

    Barr is resigning after the election.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. trnathens says:

    John 14:17
    17 Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.

    John 14:26
    26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.

    John 16:13
    13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.

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  13. icthematrix says:

    President Trump’s statements about Barr are not for Barr’s consumption. They are respectful in order to keep the heat off from the Senate while still communicating “I know what’s going on here”. Barr certainly knows he’s in the dog house, knows Wray is nearing the end of his miserable reign. But Barr is admired by many who PDJT needs right now.

    The vote for ACB is critical. I was surprised he smacked down Sasse like he did with the vote looming. Don’t want another self-professed McCain moment where a pompous ass struts up and goes thumbs down for the drama of it all.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Issy says:

      icthematrix: You are undoubtedly correct about Trump’s comments. I wouldn’t worry too much about Sassy. There is rarely a vote in the senate Mitch doesn’t control.


  14. JAS says:

    SD, Thank You! This is your best post of the year, maybe years!

    Re Barr: Trump just graciously called him a “Teddy Bear” (Perfectly true by the way). LOL. Nicest insult to an AG in history – ever. If in doubt ask Giuliani :). What a President. Love that Man. He is indeed rejecting the dwell, the nastiness, and moving on. And Barr just got left behind in the dust cloud of Trump Train’s warp speed shock wave.

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    • Issy says:

      JAS: I’m way more than ready to move on at warp speed with Trump. I know every miserable thing I need to know about what these people tried to do to him. I’m fairly well convinced they will face no consequences just because they didn’t actually break any laws. I’m ok with whatever Trump thinks best.


  15. Thanks Sundance, I really needed this pep talk… #WWG1WGA #MAGA

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  16. Richie says:

    Translated: YOURE FIRED


  17. RBSlim says:

    Trump’s comments caught me off guard, and it was a bittersweet philosophical note. It’s better to be pragmatic and work on the margins you can move, and to work you need to win the election.

    But it’s also frustrating how limited the workable margins are. The biggest problem is the slim Senate margin which allowed the RINOs member to stitch PDJT up. Trump is a huge comet with not enough tail. The America First movement is lagging on seats in both house, and we will have to continue to organize, educate, and get more AF people in office.

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  18. Julia Adams says:

    Bill Barr might be a nice guy but he has done little to nothing to protect his Boss. He has not been heard from publicly in nearly a month. The fact that we now know that he and Wray allowed Trump to be impeached as they concealed exculpatory evidence and withheld the knowledge of Hunter’s laptop is unconscionable and subversive. Trump will not forget this disloyalty. My guess is Barr has already been told he’s done after the election.

    Regarding Nov 3, I continue to pray hard for our President to win re-election. God bless Donald Trump.

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    • At the time, I was too focused on the criminality of the Senate for even taking up the House impeachment, which never achieved anything close to non-laughability (but easily reached obscenely infantile). If we’re going to tear someone a new one, as they say, I would say grab McConnell first, not Barr (however tempting a miscreant he is).

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      • Issy says:

        harryhuffman: Is there anyone who thinks the senators didn’t know about the various scams Biden was involved in while he was in the senate and even as VP? Is there anyone who doesn’t think there are any senators who haven’t done or doing the same thing?


  19. Dorothea Brooke says:

    I have obtained absentee ballots for my two parents who are 95 and 92, two of my sons who are 26 and 23, and for my husband and me. Everyone needs to make sure that all of the voters in their families are voting! MAGA 2020. I am optimistic. Also, pray Isaiah 45:1, 4-6 over our President.

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  20. Dorothea Brooke says:

    I think the web of deceit is so huge that Durham and Barr can’t finish the job. It will happen. (I am an attorney.)

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  21. CTH Fan says:

    I am not sure what to think about President Trumps remarks about AG Barr. The declarations that stood out to me were that he was only going to say it one time, he was also angry at times, but the most telling was “he is fair”. AG Barr is fair that is.

    This tells me there was a lengthy conversation that took place. They must have come to a one time agreement to let the Bidens off the hook. Much the same as President Trump did with Hillary Clinton. If so, this breaks my heart. Look at what happened there. I mean it! Did he not learn from his last experience?

    Most importantly, what is this saying to other world leaders? Corruption is a way of life in the US? Are we no better than the people we condemn?

    Some sobering thoughts.

    There is no guarantee that President Trump will win the election. If he loses they will destroy him, his family and his supporters. Pray fiercely that he wins. 😐🙏🏻


    • Calm down. PDJT will Win and it will be bigger and better than any victory in presidential elections; just like he planned.

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    • Having watched President Trump closely these last 5 years, I know that he’s saying those things out of serious anger he has recently felt. Sure of it. But, he would have the “right” to be angry most of the damn time with the way things go in the swamp!

      That said, I don’t believe for one minute that there has been a “deal made”, one time or not when it comes to the sexual predators of minors, who also sold out the government in so many countries, to go free. No way.

      He was letting us know he’s had it with bill barr imo, but to HANG TIGHT… the last few months have been ALL ABOUT getting the four moar years. Gotta get it done! I am doing my part, I bet most of us here are. It WILL HAPPEN, and TERM TWO?


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  22. fatimadon says:

    Trumpmania is engulfing the electorate and will bring a crushing defeat to the enemies of freedom!


  23. JunkerGeorg says:

    Potentially losing PA (no thanks to Roberts) doesn’t help things, but if we can get out the vote, get a record voter turnout for Trump in every state, I like his chances. So it is not merely that YOU get out and vote, but even moreso that you make darn sure that you talk to every Trump supporter you know and make sure that THEY will get out and vote, even if it takes you driving them to the polls, which can be the case for some of our elderly neighbors.

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  24. OKAY, so I just listened to POTUS for 1:21 minutes like Sundance asked us to.

    And, from my way of thinking: This is Who Donald J. Trump really is.
    He is NOT the nasty, mean, tyrant Orange Man that every hater wants to promote. And neither is Bill Barr. Barr is not a Barracuda! Those were the characters that the real estate mogul, Donald J. Trump, did business with and there were ways to deal with characters like the Biden Crime Family and the Obama Fraudsters…but that isn’t AG Barr’s M.O.

    AG Barr is following the law and protocol and President Trump is showing his respect for him.

    That’s not to say that President Trump will not enact revenge in due time.
    He will most likely do it in his own way and his own time legally, within his power.

    During this political race, President Trump will be working on out-strategizing the communists running Biden’s campaign and the candidate Trump will do what he must politically.

    So, look for candidate Trump, not AG Barr, to bring forth the reckoning before the election.

    After the re-election of President Trump, there will be an entirely different mindset globally for 4 years and a new Administration.

    After that time, well “we will have to wait and see what happens”~VSGPDJT.


  25. Troublemaker10 says:

    When Trump speaks about Barr here, I think he genuinely means it. So whatever is going on behind the scenes is something Trump seems to accept (whether he is happy or not about it).

    I can see this having several meanings. Not all of them are bad or unjust. Also doesn’t mean anyone gets away with anything at the end of the day.

    Now is time for positivity and uplifting hope. That is what wins elections.


  26. Jimmy Jack says:

    I am currently about 1500 miles from home and awaiting my absentee ballot. I have now accepted I may have to drive home and back to vote because I don’t believe I will get my ballot or trust it will make it back. Tough given my circumstances but I would crawl over that distance on hot coals to vote for Donald Trump again.

    It has been a privilege to watch Trump since 2015 work to save America. God bless him and his family.

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  27. Matthew LeBlanc says:

    I don’t get it really but if it helps others wake up to the fact Barr and Durham where never going to prosecute a high level participant of the coup I’m all for it.


  28. Ploni says:


    What do “optimal solutions” have to do with professional integrity, public service, and the application of justice?

    My life view is being pushed too far.

    God Almighty demands what He demands!

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  29. rebate456 says:

    Perhaps we’re all thinking too much. I think we were being warned that Barr will not prosecute for the simple reason that Joe Biden is very frail and is losing – or has lost most of – his mind. He is clearly not competent to stand trial. He won’t answer questions because he truly doesn’t know what they’re talking about. He’s a walnut shell with no walnut. This is the cruelty of dementia.

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    • avocadodipp says:

      I agree, rebate456.

      Also, the fact Biden is a former VP and longtime senator. Not right, but that’s how it’s going down. Hunter and the rest of the Biden Crime Syndicate… that’s another story…

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  30. wlbeattie says:

    IMO Pres Trump embodies this:-

    Serenity Prayer
    The Serenity Prayer is a prayer written by the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr. It is commonly quoted as: Niebuhr’s prayer originally asked for courage first, and specifically for changing things that must be changed, not things that simply can be changed:

    Father, give us courage to change what must be altered, serenity to accept what cannot be helped, and the insight to know the one from the other.

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  31. Ocelot says:

    sundance’s suggestions are prudent and insightful IMO.

    When he tells Trump voters that, “Our victory will be won with joy and optimism for the great American country we know and love,” he’s definitely contributing greatly to a win for President Trump and the USA.

    The Democrat’s sustained campaign to create an atmosphere of hate, destruction and doom and gloom was adversely affecting the moods of many (not all) Americans and not just those in the Dem cities where the madness is being deliberately cultivated for political reasons. Prior to POTUS’s Covid infection, his campaign seemed to lack its usually high energy and optimism, for understandable reasons, but then his infection stunned the nation and the future was uncertain.

    But when POTUS recovered quickly and robustly with his usually optimistic and positive flair, he made a powerful impression on more people than just his devoted supporters. His campaign began taking off again. Large, cheering, happy crowds at a Trump rally couldn’t have been better timed. They represent the “joy and optimism” that sundance wrote about and the larger and louder and happier they are; the better it will be for a Trump re-election and the future of the USA.

    The rally crowds, the car and boat rallies and the numerous other small and large pro Trump events are inspiring and more effective than boring repetitive TV ads. Trump supporters are doing far more than just casting their important votes.

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  32. MikeTango says:

    I have watched/listened to this clip several times. It sounds to me that Barr has somehow convinced President Trump that to be “fair”, he will not prosecute Biden.

    PDJT states that he “knows people that would have had him locked him up 5 weeks ago”, which tells me that Barr could have done the same but chose not to. Then the President goes on to say Barr “does not want to hurt people” and for “someone in that position (Barr’s position) there is something very nice about it”

    All of that is well and good if a deal has been made where Biden publicly admits to his family corruption and withdraws from the race and assures a Trump victory. But what if the bad guys manage to steal the election….how fair is that?

    We all know that the criminal Left will stop at nothing to seize power. They have no intention of playing “fair” and they could not care less about hurting the American people. They have massive corruption to coverup and they know it’s either win or go to jail.

    There is massive voter fraud occurring throughout the country this very minute. In Texas right now, a huge voter fraud scheme is being uncovered. The fraud could even be enough to flip Texas blue. There will be no Red victory without Texas.

    And this fraud is not limited to Houston. It is happening in all major Texas cities. Why in the world would we want to play “nice” with these criminals? I seriously believe the country is lost without a Trump victory. Barr better have a deal with Biden….drop or go to jail. Forgive me, but hoping and praying is not enough.


  33. Guys it seems to me you misunderstood Trump, He praised Barr because Barr got the laptop and found serious incriminating evidence against Biden, he then confronted Biden with the material, hence Trump says biden is meeting with his lawyers in the basement . Trump praised Barr because he acted, although the evidence was strong enough to arrest Biden he gave him a chance to respond. Hold on to your hats

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  34. A1ManWreckingCrew says:



  35. Jeffrey Coley says:

    According to the President, who once said AG Barr has the choice to be one of the greatest Attorney Generals in American history or just another mediocrity in a long line of mediocrities … Barr is a “nice man, a very fair man.”


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  36. namberak says:

    “If AG Barr moves to deliver accountability, great; however, if he doesn’t – so what… ” OK. Q: if the president, God willing, wins re-election, does he finally can Barr, Wray, et al, as they so richly deserve? I just can’t imagine him going forward with them weighing the nation down.


  37. Donzo says:

    Indulging in optimism is all well and good to keep body and spirit together, but should Trump lose whether through fraud or not, there will only be regret that more was not done when the chance to get more done was possible. The transition period will be like no other either way. I for one have no stomach for more indulgences.


  38. TwoLaine says:

    Goal #1, WIN on 3 Nov 2020. Leave nothing on the field.

    Goal #2, Clean House.

    FAIR reminds me of Fox News Channel (FNC), which reminds me of B.S. FAIR does not belong in the Department of Justice. Justice is supposed to be BLIND, not us. A lack of transparency keeps us BLIND, and there is NO JUSTICE.

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  39. suzcorner says:

    No. Sorry. Trump can play Mr. Positive Optimist for now to get through and win the election, but if this unAmerican two tiered justice system persists past election day, Bill Barr will have to pony up or face his own demise by the outraged public, as we will rightly presume HE’S been paid off, TOO.


  40. Becks63 says:

    My two cents… PT has known about the laptop for a long time. Knows it’s a silver bullet against Biden. He wants to punish coup plotters BIGLY. That is only possible if and after he is re-elected. Barr/Durham announcement that there won’t be movement until after election was head fake. Honestly, do any of you believe Donald Trump POTUS heard about it “live” on Rush’s show?

    That’s how he played it. Funny President learned it hours after I did. And all the rest of us here. And totally unbelievable.

    Head fake. Trump knew. Also knows he needs to be president for 4 more years to mail them all—not 3 months and out the door. And what day know? A few days later the laptop comes to light. That was never news to Trump or Barr. They’ve known about it since Giuliani had it. Known how damaging and damning it would be once G and Bannon sorted through it and began compiling and lining up crimes (crime-line) to roll out RIGHT NOW when Biden can be beaten in race by it.

    If Barr has advised Trump to “go easy on Biden” as Lincoln advised Grant and Sherman, I’m okay with that. It will cost the Biden’s everything they hold dear in whatever years they all have left before the one true judgement that awaits them. But it will secure PT his ability to fully pursue, take apart, punish those he plotted to overthrow our Constitution.

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    • doyouseemyvision says:

      You’re ‘two cents’ is enlightening. Regarding your last paragraph, the conversation between Barr and Trump may have gone something like this.

      “You, Mr President, know the full contents of the laptop. Exploit it to win re-election.

      “Regarding Biden, he’s 78 years old, frail and dementia-ridden. What good is gonna be to prosecute him when he is at the end of his life anyway?

      “There’s other content on the laptop we can go after. In addition, we can go after the coup plotters. Let’s expend our ammunition on those facets.”

      Barr may have offered some good advice to our President which caused our President to think it was ‘fair’. I still think Barr will be gone. He moves too slowly and clearly does not have control over his department nor the FBI. That will never change. He’s a classic bureaucrat which is what we don’t need in an AG at this juncture.


      • doyouseemyvision says:

        One more point. Barr may not have reached that conclusion unilaterally. Mitch prolly contacted Barr sometime ago to clarify that Biden (Mitch’s former colleague in the Senate of many years) would not be touched.

        Mitch was Barr’s benefactor in the Senate, got Barr nominated and approved, and struck a deal to end the Special Counsel in exchange for no prosecutions. Mitch still wields some degree of control over President Trump’s DOJ, and it may be a lot, as with what we saw with Sessions, again Mitch’s former colleague in the Senate. Mitch will likely continue to wield control over the DOJ with the next AG.

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      • regitiger says:


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  41. rjones59 says:

    Great spin. Benedict Barr just wrecked the country.


  42. regitiger says:

    there are ” some” who are of the opinion that TRUMP creates crisis.. that he enjoys building tension grief aggression …that his personality causes him to find conflict. that he is nasty by nature…not a decent or respectable person.

    to that i will mention this.

    he entered the arena as the consummate anti hero…he worked his entire life molding and refining his skills in brutal take no prisoners never back down strategies.

    he is acutely aware of how he is perceived…he just doesn’t effs about feeling… optics.

    those are the characteristics of weakness..

    Washington was regarded as barbaric…a dishonorable opponent… because he embraced radical assymetrical warfare… with great success. he was an enigma. he was a man of god first.

    Patton was a scoundrel..a barabarian… feared by all who had the misfortune of getting close. Patton also gave no effs about feelings. he was a man of god.

    trump is waging war. he is doing it because it must be done…he sees the evil…he has taken on the mantle. Trump follows a long rich history of legendary but true warriors who are only interested in the one and only thing that matters in THIS WORLD. defeating evil.. rescuing the weak… even as they question his character.
    he gives no effs about that.

    he is a man of God..a righteous warrior..

    we have not even begun.

    today is day one. we have allowed the enemy to surround us.

    this is good.

    God Bless America


  43. Screaming Eagle says:

    I once worked for a subsidiary of the KOCH brothers. Despite what the media wants to tell you, these people are brilliant One of the things they always stressed in training was – Do not get “anchored” in your thinking. Meaning, don’t dwell on past failures because it will affect your decisions going forward. Learn from the failure, and keep moving forward positively. This is what DJT does so well, he acknowledges, learns, and moves forward optimistically. Its what highly successful people and great leaders do, all day long.


  44. dawg says:


    I am finding that the more “TV news” that my fellow Trump supporter friends and family watch, the more pessimistic they are about his chances at winning reelection.

    I pretty much cut out all television “news”, or about 95% of it, a few years ago. And I have believed for at least 18 months now that in a fair election, PT will win handily.

    I happened to watch just a few minutes of Fox News last night, saw Ari Fleischer talking about why Biden is comfortable calling a lid right now, for several days. Ari said basically “well, he can do that because, right now, he is winning.” I laughed out loud!

    Now I’ll give you an example of why I think Ari Fleischer is clueless.

    I just got back from a trip to the Florida Keys for my Venezuelan brother-in-laws 50th bday celebration. We flew into Miami and drove to Marathon. Stayed in Marathon and drove back and forth to Key West one day.

    I can not tell you how many Trump signs and flags I saw lining the road from Miami to the Keys. Literally, I have no idea, I couldnt count, it was HUNDREDS. From Miami to the Keys.

    Maybe a dozen Biden signs? Maybe.

    “Women for Trump”
    “Ex-Democrats for Trump”
    And boy, let me tell you, “Hispanics and Latinos for Trump”. BIGTIME!

    My brother in law is from Venezuela, BIG Trump fan. And his nephew, Pablo, in his 30s, also from Venezuela, met us in the Keys and he lives in Miami. Pablo said he does not know anyone who is NOT for Trump!

    Cubans, Venezuelans, hispanics in general in south Florida are YUGE supporters for Trump.

    I had seen the Trump support in the Tampa/Bradenton/Sarasota area first hand, but I had no idea it was that big in SOUTH Florida.

    Then last night a poll pops up on TV showing Biden up by two in FL?!?!? I looked at my wife and said “Babe, would you look at that? Do you believe that?” She said “no not for a second after what we just saw.” I think she learned in that instant how bogus all the polls are.

    (One other tidbit, I wore my Trump 2020 mask in the Miami airport, because I had to wear one to fly. I got one “Go Trump” comment and zero negative comments.)

    Now, another ground report in North Carolina. I traveled to western NC mountains in July, drove from the Charlotte area. Saw lots of Trump signs, flags and bumper stickers all along the way. Very few Biden anything.

    Also drove to Oak Island NC on the coast a few weeks ago. LOTS of Trump signs, flags and stickers. Very few Biden anything.

    Sister in law just went to the Outer Banks NC this past weekend and she said that “Trump has eastern NC locked down”.

    I think the Biden support could be more confined to dense, urban areas than even Hillary’s was in 2020. We all remember that big red map with a few blue dots. And he maybe even has less support in some of those urban areas than she had.

    As Ive been saying for a couple years now, Trump’s biggest, and maybe really ONLY opponent is voter fraud.

    But based on what Im seeing on the ground and on some of the court cases that have been decided in our favor, I dont know if they are going to be able to successfully manufacture enough fake votes to overcome the Trump support, AS LONG AS WE DO EXACTLY WHAT SUNDANCE SAYS AND SPREAD THE GOOD WORD AND GET OUT THE VOTE!


    TRUMP 2020

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  45. fillemup01 says:

    The only bigger disappointment than Barr has been Justus Roberts. May they both rot in purgatory. And for Barr to have selected Durham as prosecutor, he’ll no doubt turn out just like Huber. Trump will be unfettered in his next term, not having to worry about another election, so I’m confident Trump will take care of them.


  46. jello333 says:

    “I know people that would have had him [Biden] locked up five weeks ago”

    So… what exactly was going on five weeks ago? I don’t think that was just a random number Trump threw out there. He could have said “a long time ago” or “months ago” or “weeks ago” or whatever. But no… he explicitly chose to use “five weeks”. Maybe I’m just reading too much into it, or… maybe not… could that be significant?


  47. Haveaspine says:

    Have you ever heard of “Nice Guy Finishes Last”? That’s why people at DOJ and FIB are not afraid of him.


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