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Posted in: Agency: Fear of returning home spikes at U.S.-Mexico border See in context

Oh, because liberals think so....ok...

No, because it doesn't accord with the facts, which you seem to be allergic to.

Democrats aren't for open borders and don't use non-citizens to "beef up their numbers." It would be nice of you argued issues as they are in reality instead of constantly dishonestly representing issues.

Not seem to think, know

Yet can't provide one cite to support your position.

Everywhere along the porous US border and Tijuana especially see it equally as a big problem, sorry, can’t debunk that one try as you guys might.

Yet again we get a hyperpartisanship rant instead of a cite. That speaks for itself.

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Posted in: Trump ex-campaign chief Manafort seeks more time to review claims about lying See in context

Does anyone associated with Trump tell the truth?

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Posted in: In rare on-camera clash, Trump, top Democrats argue about border wall See in context

I loved it! Now that’s how you do it! Good on the President for allowing in the cameras and taking these two loose canons on.

Yes, you do love it because you are Kay with seeing the WH turned into a chaotic playground. Smh.

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Posted in: Former Canadian diplomat detained in China See in context

Now all of you knew this was going to happen. I hope no one is shocked by this news.

We suspected something was going to happen, but I doubt any of us non-clairvoyants knew this was going to happen.

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Posted in: Khashoggi, other targeted journalists named Time 'Person of the Year' See in context

Journalist are Time's Person of the Year. This is great. It's also giving the middle finger to Trump for his constant attacks on the media.

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Posted in: Trump administration rolls back clean water protections See in context

Trump isn't listening to anyone except the voice in his head that constantly repeats, "Obama did it, so it's bad and you have to undo it."

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Posted in: In rare on-camera clash, Trump, top Democrats argue about border wall See in context

Trump is clearly unraveling as Mueller closes in and the Dems prepare to take control of the House. We have our first indications that Trump does have a measurable intellectual capacity given a true idiot, which Trump constantly acts like, wouldn't be feeling the pressure that is clearly pushing Trump over the edge.

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Posted in: Republicans beginning to worry about Trump re-election See in context

It looks like republicans are starting to worry about more than just Trump getting re-elected:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/44-former-senators-warn-current-095417127.html

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Posted in: Agency: Fear of returning home spikes at U.S.-Mexico border See in context

Unlike the Previous administration that used its propaganda wing CNN to hoodwink people that illegal aliens don’t pose a threat to the country financially, economically and socially when that has been debunked too many times to count. Please don’t make this political debacle.

A naked assertion that smacks of being false. Obama deported more undocumented immigrants than any other modern president. Since you seem to think the nonsense you just made up was debunked numerous times, how about some cites?

most of these people are men and it would serve them better to go back, fix their country of origin, fight back and go back home. It doesn’t help the country to import poor people on a massive scale, you want to attract people with a set of employable skills, and people that can help this country prosper and not financially ruin it. The cost alone to help these people would reacclimate themselves to this country which many don’t want to do.

Not every guy is as tough, streetwise, and intelligent as you. ROFLMAO!

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

People like Waters, Holder, Booker, Clinton these geniuses have been and inciting And pushing people to go out to follow people to their homes

Unless you can provide cites to real examples of these people doing this, your assertion has no credibility. You know, how we can provide specific examples of Trump inciting and condoning violence as well as being racist.

You guys go on about Trump and complain that words matter and have consequences, so then the same holds true when liberals open their mouths.

And you cheer on Trump when he is repugnant, so have no leg upon which to stand and bitch about anyone else being uncivil. These are just people that aren't afraid to punch back.

Like the fact that you guys need to find a suitable candidate for 2024 if that candidate exists at al....

Always with the irrelevant retortS.

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

Either way, we don’t know, now that won’t stop liberals from speculating, but as of now we don’t know what this man is thinking or the reasons for him not wanting to take the position, if we could see exactly what a person would be thinking, then the age of mutants is really upon us.

Yet, somehow you always know what liberals are thinking. Got it.

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

Trump did it to himself. He's just not presidential material.

This has been known since at least the late 70s.

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Posted in: 'We're still in the war': Chicagoans battle flow of firearms See in context

It would seem most Democrats haven’t.

To a hyperpartisan, it would. Hyperpartisans prefer what they make up over reality.

Look at the city, the demographics, the people, the Democrats want and need their votes and after that, nothing. For over 60 years the Democrats haven’t done anything to better the lives of its mostly Black citizens, just like with the illegal aliens. Democrats want and need their votes, but don’t move near me or encroach anywhere near my neighborhood.

This is not proof that the leaders of Chicago are racist; it's a rant from a hyperpartisan.

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Posted in: 'We're still in the war': Chicagoans battle flow of firearms See in context

No, the problems of Chicago lay with Emanuel and the Democrat led Chicago legislators of that city and their lack of willingness to aggressively go after the gangs or implement stop and search tactics to weed out and bring these violent gangs to their knees. These politicians don’t care that these thugs have completely overruled and are overrunning the city.

This has no basis in reality.

Not true, everyone knows Chicago is a cesspool of violence and the derelict and irresponsible leadership of the politicians in Chicago over the last 60 has proven zero results to bringing a stop to the out of control violence. But sadly, the people vote these idiot racist politicians in again and again...smh.

Where's your proof they are racist?

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Posted in: 'We're still in the war': Chicagoans battle flow of firearms See in context

This problem could be easily solved by young college grads with progressive ideas. They should move into the area and open many coffee shops where people could talk over their problems with hot drinks. They could even offer free comfort cookies in exchange for guns. The guns could be sold and the money could be used to fund free coffee days.

Someone's jealous they never went to university.

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Posted in: Agency: Fear of returning home spikes at U.S.-Mexico border See in context

When you put the military and increase the border patrol agents all along the border, I would call that a strong win for blocking an invasion attempt.

Do you fear-driven conservatives feel safe now?

What a bunch of crock. That’s the liberal narrative that they always like to spin.

Nope.

Actually, more people have stopped listening to the Democrats feeble attempt to foolishly think they can indoctrinate

And the idiots have flocked to Fox "News" for indoctrination.

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

The top ranking Democrats do.

Any time you are called out for lumping a huge group of people together to denigrate them, you shift to the "upper echelons" or "top ranking." Totally devoid of substance.

I always do, don’t worry.

This isn't even debatable. Your posts literally speak for themselves.

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

Goes to show you the persuasive antagonistic gutter snipe powers the Democrats and their msm sidekicks have to harass and intimidate anyone who dares get near this White House. So yes, it does make it harder for someone to want to work in this WH

It's easier to blame the democrats and media for Trump's total incompetence than to accept reality.

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Posted in: Embattled Trump struggles to fill key White House post See in context

Changed the topic already. How exactly Trump “struggling” to fill a key position that isn’t even available yet (someone is in it)

People should be jumping at the chance for what once was a prestigious position. When nobody is doing that for the president, the president is struggling.

Funny to hear you whine about anyone changing the subject.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

It would seem liberals have given up on that years ago.

More of this:

Ah, I see bass has used his trademark move of "I'll just repeat your comments back to you."

Sophisticated.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

Can't journalists at least try to be real? At least point out so called hush money is not actually a crime, at least point thst out before just repeating whatever nonsense democrats say. 

Hush money that isn't a campaign finance violation has been pointed out ad not being illegal repeatedly.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

No it’s to let the people know that at least they The only network that will talk about her lies, claims and his dealings

Hahahahahahaha.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

But liberals not caring about the law when it comes to White liberals is ok?

Nope, it's not. No liberals say things like, "If Clinton is found guilty of X, she'll be pardoned; so it's all good."

It good that you admit you don't care about the rule of law in relation to white conservatives.

I think liberals don’t know otherwise they wouldn’t get too, too overconfident....but this is thr typical liberal mindset.

You think incorrectly. Again, it's not liberals making ignorant assertions such as, "X is a convicted liar, so is of no use as a witness."

The opposite holds true for us as well.

Sophisticated retort.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

 Justice Dept. What a sham, this deep state. For shame!

Quick! Trot out a conspiracy theory to deflect from Trump's train wreck!

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

Good thing for the pardoning powers of the President.

This means, "I don't care about the rule of law when it comes to white conservatives."

If anyone is in a panic, it’s Mueller. The clock is running out on this and since none of his witnesses are reliable and more of a liability,

Yet more wallowing in ignorance by conservatives. They have no idea how evidence (testimony) is determined to be credible, so keep repeating this nonsense. ROFL!

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

I support some of his foreign policies 

Which ones? Does it bother you that he doesn't have a coherent foreign policy?

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Posted in: Ghosn, Kelly formally charged over financial misconduct; Nissan also indicted See in context

No way are Kelly and Ghosn the only ones involved. Certainly their are Japanese people just as culpable.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

The standard in the justice system is that the police investigate a crime that already occurred. Then, during their investigation, they find suspects. The SP is the reverse of this. This puts a lot of pressure on guys like Mueller to justify his two year investigation and the millions of dollars spent. Also explains why his investigation is going far afield from the original purpose of discovering collusion.

Nope.

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Posted in: Top Democrats say Trump may face impeachment, jail over hush money See in context

Trump supporters are demonstrating their lack of logical reasoning and critical thinking skills as well as integrity with every word.

They are also demonstrating that they don't even slightly care about the rule of law with statements such as, "the senate will never convict Trump, so all is good." How patriotic.

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Posted in: China summons Canada envoy over detained Huawei exec See in context

Let the games begin!

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