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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Cherry Kelly » 01-29-2017 10:33 PM

most of the illegals to the USA were NOT vetted at all -- One of the education channels on tv or an ed program showed the large groups of males of 'fighting age and on up' with very few women being allowed into the USA - no vetting. Then a reporter showed abandoned women and children in the country where the group had run away. Many women said they had no idea where the men were, then were shown pix of group entering USA.. Several women Id'd males as fathers of the children who were sitting there.

So this '90 day' hold and vetting off the planes... is releasing many AFTER they are vetted. Many fake green cards and outdated visas have shown up... but doubtful many media sites will even tell that.

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The Donald Short Circuits DC

Post by Riddick » 02-04-2017 11:58 PM

As heard on The James T. Harris Show...

The enemy is within! If you want to understand why President Trump is facing so much resistance, this is it.

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The same forces that opposed Trump during the Republican primary and general election are trying to break his presidency before it is a month old. It is so at variance with the ideologies of conservatism and liberalism predominant in the capital that Washington is experiencing something like an allergic reaction.

Nation-state populism diverges from Beltway conservatism on trade, immigration, entitlements, and infrastructure, and from liberalism on sovereignty, nationalism, identity politics, and political correctness. Its combative style and heightened rhetoric offend the sensibilities of career-minded Washingtonians of both parties, who are schooled in deference, diplomacy, being nice to teacher, and the ancient arts of CYA.

The message this establishment is sending to Trump? Conform or be destroyed.

Not only are there two Americas. There are two governments: one elected and one not, one that alternates between Republicans and Democrats and one that remains, decade after decade, stubbornly liberal, contemptuous of Congress, and resistant to change. It is this second government and its allies in the media and the Democratic party that are after President Trump, that want him driven from office before his term is complete.

Congress is doing its best to live up to the public’s dismal opinion of it. Democrats on Capitol Hill are behaving erratically, hysterically, boycotting committee meetings to approve Cabinet officials, threatening to filibuster a qualified and highly regarded Supreme Court pick because Mitch McConnell won a wager with President Obama, and saying they will impeach President Trump over policy differences.

The Republicans on Capitol Hill seem as disoriented by Trump’s victory as the Democrats. Congress has been in session for a month. What, besides repealing a mining regulation, has it done? Why is Mitch McConnell not playing hardball with Chuck Schumer on executive branch appointments and Judge Gorsuch?

I know, I know: “Things take time.” But time is the enemy. This is something Democrats and other members of the self-described “resistance” understand but Republicans do not. Or perhaps the Republicans understand all too well, and want inertia and entropy to bring us a less populist and more conventionally Republican Trump. The doofuses.

So unlikely did the election of Donald Trump seem to Washington and its denizens that the reality of it still has not sunk in. All of the city’s worst traits — the self-regard, the group think, the obsessions with trivia, the worship of credentials, the virtue signaling, the imperiousness, the ignorance of perspectives and people from outside major metropolitan centers and college towns — not only persist. They have been magnified with Trump’s arrival.

There is so much negative energy coursing through the city that circuits are overloaded. That the president still draws support from the coalition that brought him to office, that a fair number of people see his policies as commonsensical, seems not to affect any of Trump’s critics in the least.

They will press on until Trump behaves like they want him to behave. Which means the war between the president and the Washington establishment may last a very, very long time.

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-05-2017 03:09 AM

Riddick,

That clarifies things all too well. It's like a Mr. Obvious wrote it. :shock:

"Wake up Amerrrica!" - Earl Pitts :fortune:

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Cherry Kelly,

Our former president should be unable to sleep at night! :sleepy: For one example the Benghazi attack blamed on a You Tube video! During the evening of September 11, 2012, and knowing the WH situation room was still a "heated situation", it was his bedtime for resting up before a campaign trip to Nevada! :P And no doubt his trusted SOS was fast asleep at 3:00 AM! :confused:

:oops: Non vetted immigration can easily be an invasion! :realmad:

Way too few Americans subscribe to Robert Spencer's Jihad Watch with it's daily posts of fresh news of Europe's newest malady in exiled human form. Mostly ME males of military age is that form who poop in gardens, street gutters and act on "their right" to rape the unwilling of either sex. What's wrong with that picture the American liberals want to see without question over here?

http://www.jihadwatch.org

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-11-2017 10:57 AM

:wink: This is encouraging. Talk radio icon, noted author, US Constitutional lawyer/adviser for President Ronald Reagan and right wing conservative host Mark Levin would to date post this smilie as he talks about President Donald Trump!

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RFK Jr: Trump 'Could Be The Greatest President in History If He Wanted To'

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Sheriff Clarke: Trump Could Be The 21st Century's Winston Churchill

Post by Riddick » 02-23-2017 01:58 AM

Commenting on left-wing protests against President Donald Trump on Monday, President's Day, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said the activists are leading a "resistance movement" that wants to intimidate Trump "into inaction," and added that if he stays focused on his campaign promises and making America great again, Trump "has the chance to be the Winston Churchill of the 21st century." FULL STORY
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BEING AL FRANKEN

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Re: Being The Donald

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Dealing With The MSM, President The Donald Pulls No Punches

Post by Riddick » 05-13-2017 03:06 AM

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RARE VIDEO: THE DONALD DESTROYS CNN REPORTER

Post by Riddick » 05-13-2017 10:56 PM

It looks like Donald Trump has been fighting against the biased, liberal-controlled fake news media since the 1990’s.



In this newly resurfaced clip, back from 1990, Donald Trump blatantly calls CNN out for spreading lies and deceit. He then proceeds to drop the mic, stand up, and walk away.

Almost 30 years later, and more and more people are starting to realize that Donald Trump is right. The media claims to be unbiased, because they “just ask questions,” but if you look at the questions they ask, you’ll always see a pattern.

Every single question that the fake news media asks isn’t so much a question, but a calculated implication meant to guide the conversation in a certain way and influence public opinion.

Ever since the fake liberal media started quote-mining Donald Trump and pushing lies about him, he’s ruthlessly called them out…and now that he’s the President of the United States, they’re absolutely terrified that their fake narrative is coming crumbling down.

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Trump: 'In America, We Don't Worship Government - We Worship God'

Post by Riddick » 06-10-2017 12:11 AM

In a speech at the Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference on Thursday, President Donald Trump told attendees that government bureaucrats think they can overrule people's values and tell them how to live, but families and churches know best how to create a strong community, because Americans don't worship government, they worship God.

"Bureaucrats think they can run over your lives, overrule your values and tell you how to live, but we know that families and churches - not government officials know best how to create a strong and loving community. We know that parents, not bureaucrats know best how to raise children and create a thriving society, and above all else, we know this: in America, we don't worship government. We worship God," Trump said.

The president talked about how he repealed the Johnson Amendment, which made prohibited nonprofits - including churches - from endorsing political candidates and participating in political campaigns or risk losing their nonprofit status.

Trump said as long as he's president, "no one is going to stop you from practicing your faith and from preaching what is in your heart."

"No federal worker should be censoring sermons or targeting pastors. These are the people we want to hear from them. How about the people we do hear from every night on television. You want to hear from them? I don't think so," he said.

Furthermore, he said, "School should not be a place that drives out faith and religion." Instead, "they should welcome faith and religion with wide open, beautiful arms."

"Faith inspires us to be better, to be stronger, to be more caring and giving and more determined to act in selfless and courageous defense of what is good and what is right," the president added.

"It is time to put a stop to the attacks on religion. We will end the discrimination against people of faith. Our government will once again celebrate and protect religious freedom," he said.

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"THE GENIUS OF TRUMP'S TWEETS" By Rachel Alexander [Edited & Excerpted]

Post by Riddick » 06-30-2017 12:52 AM

President Trump frequently comes under criticism for tweeting, even from his own advisers. But tweeting is probably the smartest thing he has done, as Trump will go down in history as the president who figured out how to speak directly to the American people without going through the biased MSM filter.

The media doesn't get to ask slanted questions, or pick and choose parts of press releases to publish. Tweeting gives Trump immense control over every single sentence he issues, which are then read by millions of Americans.

With almost everyone online these days, it is easy for the average American to follow Trump on Twitter. Unlike some mainstream media sites, Twitter is free, and even if left-leaning Twitter artificially buries positive news about Trump, it doesn’t matter, people go directly to his tweets.

Google, Twitter and Facebook control much of the news we see today, but Trump’s tweets diminish their dominance. Similar to the Drudge Report, Trump’s tweets are so well-known that people view his tweets independently of the tech giants.

Most of the time, Google News is full of articles by the left-leaning media critical of Trump and conservatism. But Trump’s tweets changed all that. Reporters race to report on his tweets, filling up Google News with articles that are far more favorable to Trump, since there is so little room left for spin with his tweets.

One sign of Trump’s success at frequently tweeting about “fake news” may be diminishing references to his campaign’s alleged Russian collusion. Though no evidence of collusion has emerged, the media ran with it for quite a long time. Rank-and-file Democrats in Congress are now urging leadership to stop talking about it.

Trump’s tweets labeling the MSM as fake news, combined with banning their journalists from news events or ignoring them at press conferences, is gradually chipping away at their dominance. Trump attacks CNN probably more than any other news site. Its website traffic has gradually decreased over the past year.

Trump’s advisers continue to pressure him to stop tweeting, concerned that he may tweet something reckless that could harm him. But critics are exaggerating the negative aspects of his tweets. So far he’s tweeted several things critics contend were terrible — yet they bounced right off of him.

The public has the ability to read his tweets unfiltered and see through the spin. Additionally, it helps that Trump is funny. He’s spent years in entertainment and knows how to drop clever one-liners. He keeps people engaged and coming back. His tweets often receive over 100,000 likes.

Trump tweeted in 2013, “Sorry losers and haters, but my I.Q. is one of the highest -and you all know it! Please don't feel so stupid or insecure, it's not your fault.”

It may have been arrogant, but his success with Twitter has proven his tweeting is sheer genius.

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 06-30-2017 08:33 PM

Media Mob – President Trump’s Bodyguard Keith Schiller Catches Lamp in Oval Office…

Earlier today President Donald Trump and South Korea’s President Moon Jae-In held a traditional press availability in the Oval Office.

The mob of media rushing into the Oval Office was extreme. President Trump and security can be heard/seen saying: “easy fella’s, go easy”, as the journalists, photographers and boom mic operators all clamored for position.

Unfortunately as this media mob swarmed the room they slammed into the couches which pushed one of the end tables knocking over a lamp next to the President. Fortunately President Trump’s personal bodyguard Keith Schiller was in position and quickly caught the lamp.

Sheesh. Watch:

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-01-2017 08:12 PM

The news paparazzi and their cameras should be banned anywhere near the White House! This circus-like, panicked atmosphere, might get the Big Top's* tent collapsed and burning! :oops:

*Meaning one SOB terrorist/reporter, missing one leg, may carry in an IED inside a prosthetic plastic hollow leg! :realmad:

Thanks Doka! I was not aware of this huge influx of civilians into our sacred white home. :oops: In the mid 19th Century visitors to the president just walked in the front doors! :o

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Re: Being The Donald

Post by Doka » 07-02-2017 12:58 PM

I have a theory about why Trump makes a lot of people uncomfortable about him, even me at times. We have been so conditioned with the "Turn the other cheek" stuff, that when he dives down to the level they are on, to attack him, to give it right back to them, it confuses us. Although no where does it say, that we cannot defend ourselves or our families! Republicans are notorious for laying down and playing "dead" for every innuendo and accusation thrown at them. They have allowed their own problem to create more division. Trump will have none of that! Hence, it may not be "comfortable" for many. It also says a lot about us as individuals. Can you really say it is wrong to publicly defend yourself and family, when you have publicly been attacked?

It seems to me, anyway, that when these hateful children provoke and get it back at them, they really turn pathetic.

Plus the fact , Trump is a "News Hound", he just doesn't miss much!
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