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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee tearfully denies woman's sexual assault allegation See in context

Now the the Left's feeble attempt to hound Judge Kav into withdrawing is on the precipice of blowing up in their face, they now have plenty of time to call for FBI "investigations" into abuse allegations against Keith Ellison and admitted child molester, Corey "Spartacus" Booker. After all, democrats are all about protecting women, ya know.

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee tearfully denies woman's sexual assault allegation See in context

The Leftists were shown to be what truly lowlife despicable creatures they are yesterday. Not sure which grandstander was worse: admitted child molester Corey Booker lecturing Judge Kav on morality, or "Vietnam War Vet" Blumenthal blathering on about honesty and virtue.

Watch for some serious blowback on the Senate democrats running for re-election but don't vote for Judge Kav's SCOTUS approval in the upcoming midterms.

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee tearfully denies woman's sexual assault allegation See in context

"This is the most unethical sham since I've been in politics," (Lindsey) Graham said, adding that voting against Kavanaugh would legitimize the attacks on the nominee. -- article

Graham seems to have become more conservative since the passing of John McCain.

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee tearfully denies woman's sexual assault allegation See in context

IBelieveBrett

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Posted in: Trump: Heads of state 'were laughing with me,' not at me See in context

They were not laughing at him, there was a cheer, and he didn't expect that, his reaction made people laugh.

Low information Leftists need to quit getting their news from Face Book and go listen to the audio and watch the camera angles.

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Posted in: Trump calls allegations against his court nominee a 'con game' See in context

The MSM continues to be complicit in aiding and abetting the Left in its goal of destroying our country. Who is it who said the Fake News was the enemy of the people? He was right again.

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Posted in: Trump, Iran's Rouhani exchange threats, insults on U.N.'s world stage See in context

I absolutely loved it when our President said the following: 

America is governed by Americans. We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism.”

Another incredible moment in his incredible speech:

"We recognize the right of every nation in this room to set its own immigration policy in accordance with its national interests, just as we ask other countries to respect our own right to do the same — which we are doing. That is one reason the United States will not participate in the new Global Compact on Migration. Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens."

The following was absolutely classic:

"Virtually everywhere socialism or communism has been tried, it has produced suffering, corruption, and decay. Socialism’s thirst for power leads to expansion, incursion, and oppression. All nations of the world should resist socialism and the misery that it brings to everyone."

This was an epic take no prisoners address to the UN by PDJT.

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Posted in: Trump, Iran's Rouhani exchange threats, insults on U.N.'s world stage See in context

President Trump's address to the UN was a Grand Slam home run. Our previous president kissed tyrants' a$$es. PDJT Trump kicks them. It is great to have an Alpha Male back in the Oval Office.

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Posted in: Trump's Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh rejects 'false accusations' See in context

Boozey Ford will be a no-show on Thursday. Rameriz' version of the truth is so weak that even the failing NYT wouldn't publish her story. So, now the democrat clown show has to pin all of its hopes of derailing the nomination on The Creepy Porn Lawyer. Good luck with that.

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Posted in: Trump defends Supreme Court nominee; accuser faces deadline See in context

Let's see:

She doesn’t remember where this supposed party was;

She doesn’t remember what year, month nor date the alleged attack happened;

She never told any of her closest friends;

She never told her parents;

No police report was ever filed;

The psych notes taken by the therapist in 2012 states there were 4 males in the room at the time of ref alleged attack. Now, the number is two;

Brett Kavanaugh's name is never mentioned in any of the therapist's notes;

Just a few days before she went public, she scrubbed all her social media accounts.

This is a high tech lynching on steroids.

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Posted in: Trump comforts storm-ravaged Carolinas with hot dogs, hugs See in context

President Trump is such American great leader. Folks in Louisiana are still waiting for The Left's "Man of the People" to stop by and offer aid and comfort after floods ravaged their state in 2016.

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Posted in: Obama's return: Good or bad for Democrats? See in context

Obama should be more in the public. It will remind Americans just how horrible he was a president, which in turn will mean more votes for his opponents in November and in 2020.

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Posted in: Grim warnings for White House, Republicans ahead of election See in context

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell raised an alarm last week, warning that each of the competitive Senate races would be "like a knife fight in an alley."

This is the same Mitch McConnell who described the 2016 presidential election would be "like a knife fight in a phone booth." And the world knows how that one turned out.

Nearly all the pollsters got the 2016 general wrong. Polling guru Nate Silver predicted a 95 percent chance that "Madam President" would not only win, but by a landslide right up to election night. There was indeed a landslide, but just not the one the uniparty expected.

Why would anyone believe anything they say this time around is beyond foolish. Though his name will not be on any ballot, the midterms will be President Trump's first re-election. He's about to go out on the campaign stump for Senate and House seats up to six times a week starting in October.

The Left can crow about there being a "Blue Wave" in early November all they want, but come the morning of November 7th, the Trump Tsunami will turn their much vaunted landslide 2.0 into a Tidy Bowl trickle circling the drain.

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Posted in: Trump says high court nominee 'on track,' as accuser offers to testify See in context

The right's wave has already crested (to be certain mostly due to . . . the Electoral College . . .)

Don't know what nation you're from ( I can only presume you are Japanese), but here in the U.S. the EC is the law of our land. Been that way for a few hundred years now.

Do you want a serial liar? (Probably, given the last presidential election.) -- Comment*

Actually, the globalists hoped-for candidate and documented "serial liar" was not elected president. You should stop getting your news about this country from Face Book.

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Posted in: Ex-Trump adviser Flynn could be sentenced as soon as Nov 28 See in context

Mueller really, really, r.e.a.l.l.y doesn't want to sentence Lt. Gen. Flynn.

The Flynn case is an albatross around his neck that he can’t shed. To proceed with a sentencing is to open himself and his legal team up to suborning perjury, malicious prosecution, and conspiracy for the same, which would not only mean all would lose their law licenses but also open the entire lot to civil litigation that would result in mass bankruptcies.

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Posted in: Trump says high court nominee 'on track,' as accuser offers to testify See in context

The Left's Flavor of the Moment's story has so many holes you could drive a Mac truck through it: She can't remember the exact year (let alone the month nor the date) it took place, the exact house address where the alleged assault took place, nor the exact number of guys who were in the room when the alleged attack took place. She told her shrink in 2012 there were four; now, she claims that there were only two.

I almost feel sorry for the Left. . . .nah, not really.

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Posted in: Trump says high court nominee 'on track,' as accuser offers to testify See in context

She won't show up next Monday. The dems will keep her out of the hearing room because they do not want to be filleted in a public hearing. No chance she testifies. She lied. The Dems used her and President Trump, via Grassley, called their bluff.

Get used to calling Brett Kavanaugh "Supreme Court Justice".

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Posted in: Trump orders more Russia-related probe documents to be declassified See in context

An outstanding move by our President. He wants this October Surprise/red tsunami to happen closer to midterms.

He's getting ready to show the world that a bunch of lying, corrupt, money grubbing, criminal individuals control the Democratic Party.

Slowly releasing unredacted documents in a drip, by drip, by drip fashion will wind up producing such overwhelming flow of evidence against the democrat clown car that even the staunchest liberal dolts will be forced to realize their party will never recover in ours, our children or our grandchildren’s generation.

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Posted in: Gunman kills 5, then himself in southern California rampage See in context

This kind of stuff is going on throughout California every day. To get a better handle on all the carnage, state officials need to impose very strict gun laws . . . Oh, wait.

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Posted in: Trump's U.S. loses role as Mideast peace mediator See in context

Perhaps Russia, China, the EU or even Canada can take the lead and broker a peace deal. As this article points out, we've been trying to assure peace in that region of the world since the late 1970s but to no avail. Time for us to end funding the PLO with our tax $$$. Let someone else have the bragging rights of having their pockets picked.

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Posted in: Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out Oct 2 See in context

but some of those (Manafort, Gates, Flynn, Papadapolous, Cohen, Hunter, Collins, etc.) have to serve time in an orange jumpsuit first..." -- comment

Heh, all the names listed were either for either process crimes or other offenses that have nothing to do with Mueller's original intent: the Russians are coming, the Russians are coming.

Of course, Mueller has to produce something, anything, to justify why he's spent nearly $28 million taxpayer dollars on a bogus ring around the maypole tree while to date, the real crimes that were committed by the democrats and The Deep State continue to go ignored.

Perhaps Stormy's upcoming "tell-all" will finally be the liberals much-hoped-for "Today is the Day" moment.

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Posted in: Stormy Daniels promises to tell all in memoir due out Oct 2 See in context

Heh, the Conga Line of loonies writing books designed to hound President Trump out of office grows by one.

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Posted in: Trump vents anger over book; Woodward says Kelly, Mattis denials of quotes untrue See in context

Who to believe: two highly decorated military generals or a reporter doing/saying anything just to sell a book?

Decisions, decisions.

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Posted in: Trump vents anger over book; Woodward says Kelly, Mattis denials of quotes untrue See in context

Let's see: To date, the left's multiple attempts to hound our president out of office (Michael Wolff, Amorsa, the NYT "anonymous" Op Ed, etc.) have all bombed. So, it's now Woodward's turn in what has become the continuing saga of "Today's the Day".

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Posted in: Trump vents anger over book; Woodward says Kelly, Mattis denials of quotes untrue See in context

Woodward also claimed in one of his books that back in the 1980s the former CIA director, William Casey, awoke from a coma on his deathbed to tell him (after sneaking into his hospital room when no one -- including the Secret Service agents detailed to protect Casey -- was looking) that Ronald Reagan instructed him to go ahead with the Iran Contra compact.

To the left, Woodward is a Deep State icon. Nothing more, nothing less.

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Posted in: NFL kneeling protests resume as Trump warns of ratings fall See in context

All stadium announcers should say before the start of every football game: "Please kneel to show support against all the domestic violence that is rampant in the NFL; and if you wish, continue kneeling in support for the slave labor conditions in the Asian nations that provides millions of dollars for Colin Kaepernick and Nike."

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Posted in: NFL kneeling protests resume as Trump warns of ratings fall See in context

Sports stadiums are maintained by city/county taxpayers that they already located in. It is time to take away the public funding of these stadiums. Let globalist corporations like Nike pick up the tab for the water bills, the electric bills and the overall general upkeep.

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Posted in: NFL kneeling protests resume as Trump warns of ratings fall See in context

The only way football owners will ever sellout their stadiums again is to call President Trump and ask/beg him to hold his MAGA rallies in them.

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Posted in: U.S. to cut $25 mil in aid to hospitals serving Palestinians See in context

Palestinians reacted angrily. -- article

They will continue to hate us no matter what we do.

President Trump knows/understands economic warfare. Past American presidents foolishly gave money to those who swore to destroy the United States. Yet, the globalists believe Americans should continue being generous and accept apologizing for America being the lone superpower while ignoring that the Palestinians are taught from birth to hate our country, hate our people and our freedoms.

Let places that back the PA like the EU and Canada take up the financial slack. President Trump's foreign policy of using U.S. dollars like bombs is a strategy that is long overdue.

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