Watching the national U.S. media push the Russia, Russia, Russia: “Planet Earth Taken Over by Russians” conspiracy, reminded us of August 25th 2016 when the Hillary Clinton campaign first unveiled the theory. –Reminder Here– It’s not necessarily a new gig; they’ve actually been beating this horse for eleven months. Earlier today, Nigel Farage Discusses: (Video) This evening with Judge Jeanine Pirro, Dr. Sebastian Gorka Discusses: (Video)
Time for a sequel to "The Russians are Coming" movie, titled The Russians are Colluding, the Russians are Colluding. Instead of landing at a sleepy New England fishing village, the Russian submarine would surface & dock on the Hudson River, blocks from Trump Tower.
The sub´s captain, played by an aging Alan Arkin, would ask 2 New Yorkers, played by Joe Scarborough and Mika B. for directions to the Tower so that he could deliver a message from Putin to PDT. Hearing this, Joe and Mika rush to their MSNBC studio to report that they finally, after 24 months, have evidence that the Russians are colluding with Trump. While Putin´s message is simply a birthday greeting for PDT, Joe, Mika, the NYTimes and the rest of the Mad Stream Media assemble an army of fashionably dressed Manhattanites to block access to the restaurants & theaters between the pier and Trump Tower. Only after Hillary Clinton, in a cameo role, assures the trendy mob that she will investigate the matter does the crowd disperse.
It´s really unbelievable that the liberal Democrats have not come out on the Sunday TV talk shows and fraudulently labeled Farage and Gorka as Soviet (Russian) spies who have been colluding with President Trump, afterall they both have foreign accents. The liberal Democrats have apparently missed out, as such a bogus claim would clearly play with a lot of the liberal Democrat low information and moronic constituency groups.
Every time new information surfaces about what the last administration was illegally doing. This bogus Trump colluded with the Russian story gets pumped up to 11. It´s clearly an obfuscation strategy by the Dems and GOPe using their media allies. It has the extra added benefit of being the strategy ginned up that gives the Dems some thing they think they can run against Trump in 2018. A variant worked for Pelosi against Bush after 2004, and it got her the Speakers role in 2006. If the Dems can do this to Trump, they and the GOPe will destroy the country by 2020. MAGA.
Video of President Trump and First-Lady Melania Trump visiting people recovering from Hurricane Irma in Florida. (Video)Do you know why President Trump wears that black windbreaker? Because it helps disguise the blocks of the Kevlar bullet-proof vest he’s forced to wear under it. Think about it for a minute. President Donald Trump was in Florida, in 95+ degree heat, wearing a Kevlar vest. That’s “showing up”, and believe me, it matters. Meanwhile, there’s a great deal of back-bench barking about various issues important to many people. I’m not going to dismiss those concerns because they are valid; they are also the result
Like so many members of what Michael Walsh aptly calls the “Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party,” leading neoconservative Eliot A. Cohen still doesn’t get what happened on election night last year. Writing in The Atlantic , Cohen served up a scathing (if meandering) critique of President Trump’s foreign policy. Cohen believes Trump’s administration has heralded the end of the American-led world order. What Cohen doesn’t seem to comprehend is that the American-led world order has been fading for years—and much of it is the fault of “experts” like Cohen, who encouraged Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama to champion
Dr. Sebastian Gorka and American Greatness Publisher Chris Buskirk discuss President Trump’s efforts this week to advance his agenda on immigration, including news that the president might be considering amnesty for 800,000 so-called “Dreamers”—illegal aliens who entered the United States as children. (Snip)The first one, the political question, starting Wednesday night the president had dinner at the White House with Chuck Schumer, with Nancy Pelosi. As soon as they left the White House, they could not get press releases and tweets out fast enough saying that they’ve struck a deal on a DACA-related amnesty with the president. Since then the
Mail-order catalogs (except of antiquarian books) are not my favorite reading, and yet we can learn something from them, even from those that hold no other interest for us. For example, the other day I looked into such a catalog at my mother-in-law’s—if there is some reading matter lying about and I am at a loose end for a few seconds for something to do, I pick it up and read it, whatever it may be. Somerset Maugham said he would rather read a train timetable than nothing at all, and I am of like mind—or psychopathology. There was a whole
Move over, Muhammad; you’re no longer the only sacred icon that can’t be drawn as a cartoon. Black people are now on the small and exclusive list of things that will spark an instantaneous jihad if sketched by an artist. And the ground zero for black cartoon proscription? Chicago, a city in which blacks are so sacred, they compete with one another on a daily basis for martyrdom. The fight against cartoons of black people started because of—what else?—Charlottesville. Last month, Illinois governor Bruce Rauner, a Republican who is no fan of Donald Trump, decided to virtue-signal to his state’s people
Patrick Buchanan just wrote off Donald Trump. He joins Bill Kristol, Billy Crystal, and Chrissy Teigen. Buchanan had been supportive of Trump, mainly because he saw Trump as an isolationist. But of course, Trump is neither an isolationist nor a neo-conservative. I like Buchanan, and his latest turn against Trump makes sense if you look upon Trump as a politician. Which I don´t. From Buchanan: Trump’s debt-ceiling deal cut the legs out from under the GOP budget hawks. But amnesty would pull the rug out from under all the folks at those rallies who cheered Trump’s promise to preserve the country they grew up in from this
The end may come to the desperate efforts by Democrats and their servers in the media to de-legitimize President Trump´s historic victory. The paranoid conspiracy theory of Russia costing Hillary the election may be put on the shelf of quackery next to the staged moon landing. Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher of California may cut a deal with Julian Assange, if the latter can produce evidence that exonerates Russia.In short, the president will pardon Assange if Assange names the DNC staffer who leaked the emails that showed the Democrats were in cahoots with the media -- or produces the thumbnail drive
While the far left Establishment here in the U.S. continues to mock and ridicule one of the most educated, fashionable, and intelligent women to ever grace the halls of the White House, millions of Europeans look to Melania Trump as a symbol of class, success, and hope. She is a truly remarkable woman. (Photo)
U.S. researchers have developed a skin patch that can melt fat in mice, and future tests will reveal whether it could treat obesity and diabetes in people, a study said Friday. The patch uses nanotechnology to raise the body´s metabolism and transform energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat, according to the report in ACS Nano, a publication of the American Chemical Society. After four weeks, mice saw a 20 per cent reduction in body fat where the patch was applied."Many people will no doubt be excited to learn that we may be able to offer a noninvasive alternative to liposuction for
Special counsel Robert Mueller and his team are now in possession of Russian-linked ads run on Facebook during the presidential election, after they obtained a search warrant for the information. Facebook gave Mueller and his team copies of ads and related information it discovered on its site linked to a Russian troll farm, as well as detailed information about the accounts that bought the ads and the way the ads were targeted at American Facebook users, a source with knowledge of the matter told CNN. The disclosure, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, may give Mueller´s office a fuller
As I shared yesterday: […] With most hurricane power outages you can find something, usually a tree, that has actually severed the top power line on a neighborhood grid. If the tree is massive, with or without taking down the pole, the tree has to be removed first. If the power company has to remove a tree before they can restore power to an ordinary residential neighborhood, they drop the priority to “some later time”, and move on to quicker repairs… Ergo most of those without power, end Day #3 (September 13), will not see power until their rotation on
House Speaker Paul Ryan has created a ten-member panel to draft a response to President Donald Trump’s no-wall agreement to support the Democrats’ huge ‘dream’ amnesty for at least 3 million illegals. The GOP panel includes several moderates, such as House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, a former immigration lawyer who has seen his own state of Virginia turn from Republican to Democratic amid a huge inflow of white-collar guest-workers and cheap-labor immigrants. The panel also includes amnesty-boosters, such as Florida Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who crafted a still-secret amnesty deal with Ryan in 2014 that was torpedoed by the primary defeat of Majority
John McCain is joining a bipartisan push to block President Donald Trump from banning transgender people from serving in the military. Mr Trump issued a moratorium last month instructing the military to stop providing gender reassignment surgeries for transgender troops, and to stop plans to recruit those troops. That decision came following an order from his predecessor that instructed the military to begin considering programmes to allow transgender people to serve openly and without worry in the military. (Snip) Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a Democrat, and Senator Susan Collins, a Republican, are also behind the effort. “Thousands of brave transgender Americans love
New emails unearthed by Judicial Watch confirm that the Clinton Foundation was in fact a pay-to-play influence peddling operation far more worthy of a special prosecutor than imaginary Russians colluding under Trump Administration beds. It is time for President Trump to keep the promise he made in the presidential debate to indict Hillary Clinton for her crimes: About 20 minutes into the debate, Donald Trump delivered a menacing threat to Hillary Clinton. “If I win,”
Hillary Clinton’s new book entitled “What Happened” was officially released on Tuesday. Since then, she has been promoting it with the zeal of an indefatigable carnival barker. It seems to be working. (Snip) I’ve spent two days and consumed three packs of Tums trying to digest all 464 pages. (I’m a fast reader.) I initially counted 43 reasons Clinton gives for her 2016 election loss, as she meticulously faults all the people who sabotaged what was rightfully hers. But upon closer examination, I have discovered thirteen more who are to blame. Incredible. But not surprising. You see, Clinton has long
While promoting her newly released memoir, Hillary Clinton has placed blame on several factors for her loss to Donald Trump last November — from her own mistakes, to Russian interference in the U.S. election, and the late intervention by then-FBI director James Comey. But Clinton has also spoken candidly about how deep-rooted sexism played a hand in her defeat, and about the double standards she faced as the first woman nominated by a major party for president in America’s 240-year history. In an interview with the New York Times published Saturday, Clinton spoke further about how misogyny is used as
Meghan McCain, the political scion who turned a stint as a blogger and TV show host into a role as a contributor at Fox News Channel, is leaving the network. (Snip) “Meghan has been a valuable part of ‘Outnumbered’ and the Fox News team,” the 21st Century Fox-owned outlet said in a statement. “We’re sad to see her go, but we wish her all the best.” “I’m so thankful to Fox News for the chance to be on ‘Outnumbered,’ but I’m leaving to focus on other things,” McCain said in a statement. “I have no doubt the show will continue
CNN host Anthony Bourdain joked in an interview with TMZ that he would poison President Trump if given the opportunity to cook for him and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. "If Trump and Kim Jong-un were going to have a bit of a summit to try and mend relations and they wanted you to cater, what would you serve?" asked a TMZ reporter. "Hemlock," Bourdain deadpanned. Hemlock is defined as "a drug or lethal drink prepared from the poison hemlock" that has been used as an execution method. The 61-year-old host of CNN´s weekly food and travel series, "Parts Unknown," later told Fox
Almost no commentator, no reviewer, has mentioned the most newsworthy fact about Hillary Clinton´s latest memoir—which is the near total lack of anything actually newsworthy in the book. With What Happened, Clinton would at last "let down her hair," Simon & Schuster´s publicists loudly proclaimed before the book´s publication. And that was the line dutifully repeated by reporter after reporter, as though it were a fact. As though, coming from Clinton´s people, it didn´t need to be checked or reported with even the slight distancing of "Hillary Clinton says she´s let down her hair in her new book." But then,
Chelsea Manning has been making quite a spectacle of himself out on Twitter, taking Michael Morrell´s and Mike Pompeo´s exit from the school as a welcome new opportunity to call attention to himself. He starts with an emoji-filled cheer at news of Morrell´s resignation from his own Harvard post based on its bad judgment in bringing him into the university to ´mentor´ students, declaring it ´good´ that Morrell has pulled out. Not a thought about how Morrell´s exit might affect Harvard, it´s all about himself and his feelings instead. Note the high emoji count, by the way - an advertisement
ST. LOUIS • About 1,000 protesters surrounded the home of St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson in the Central West End late Friday, breaking at least two windows and throwing red paint at the brick house before some 200 police in riot gear moved in to break it up. There was no indication on the scene that Krewson was in the home at the time. A total of 9 police officers had been reported injured as of 9 p.m., including one officer with a dislocated shoulder and an officer with a possible broken jaw, Acting Police Chief Lawrence O´Toole said shortly after midnight
When Congress hauls in Equifax CEO Richard Smith to grill him, it can start by asking why he put someone with degrees in music in charge of the company’s data security. And then they might also ask him if anyone at the company has been involved in efforts to cover up Susan Mauldin’s lack of educational qualifications since the data breach became public. It would be fascinating to hear Smith try to explain both of those extraordinary items.If those events don’t put the final nails in his professional coffin, accountability in the U.S. is officially dead.
Sen. John McCain is adding his buddy Sen. Lindsey Graham to the list of possible reasons why his line of questioning to former FBI Director James Comey during a hearing in June was so disjointed and confusing. McCain notably was mocked on social media over his questions, which appeared to befuddle even Comey. The senator issued a statement at the time, pinning blame on staying up late to watch the Arizona Diamondbacks game. McCain was also diagnosed with brain cancer weeks later. But as McCain, R-Ariz., would tell it now, he had a list of questions he was ready to
On Thursday´s Morning Joe, former senior campaign strategist of the unsuccessful 2008 Presidential campaign of John McCain and current MSNBC Political Analyst Steve Schmidt decided to tap deep into his political bloodlust. Although the general tenor of the discussion involved Joe Scarborough repeatedly invoking a recent Politico/Morning Consult poll as evidence that roughly 90% of American voters want some form of amnesty for the DACA “dreamers,” Schmidt decided to take it one step further. He labeled those who support deporting “dreamers” as “extreme,” purveyors of “cruelty,” and “loons screaming out there on the fringes” who are “gonna have no impact.”