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Trump Exposes Paul Ryan
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Posted By: tisHimself, 9/30/2019 3:26:24 AM

One of the greatest public services President Donald Trump has done for the nation is forcing institutions and people to reveal their true character. While this has been the most valuable when it comes to the media, it has also been valuable when it comes to unmasking globalist Republicans. This was again on display this week, most notably in the revelation that Paul Ryan was inciting Fox News from his position on the board of Fox Corporation to "decisively break" with President Trump.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Trigger2 9/30/2019 3:53:33 AM (No. 193393)
He's exposed plenty of other pretend republicans too plus many communists in the pretend demonrat party.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: nina584 9/30/2019 4:48:04 AM (No. 193406)
A truthful article . I blame Ryan for everything that the President is going through. All that could have been approved and all the investigations that could have been completed !This man is a corrupt cretin .Trump is exposing the corruption mill that is our government. All these leeches don’t leave even when they are deathly ill because all the money they steal. Fox is already unwatchable. As for the Romneys, Lee,and the Sass the party left you. We don’t like your politics. Time to stand behind the President and clean house .
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Reply 3 - Posted by: dirtyjersey 9/30/2019 4:51:01 AM (No. 193407)
Ryan and Romney are both closet Democrats.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: bigken2 9/30/2019 6:47:29 AM (No. 193438)
iffox is dumb enough to listen to lying paul ryan they will be behind cnn soon
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Sergeant Major 9/30/2019 6:47:52 AM (No. 193439)
There is another one in the DC Swamp that is just now peeking out of the closet and that is Senator Blunt. He's being very careful because he is up for reelection in 2020 but every once in a while he slips and shows his true colors.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Daisymay 9/30/2019 7:44:30 AM (No. 193465)
There is nothing worse than a Traitor. That's what these people are! They ran as Republicans, were voted into office by Republicans. Then they decide to turn on the very Party that took them in. They stay in the party so that they are "in the know", they have access to everything Republican's are working on. Then they go out and trash the Party so that they can look like Big Shots to the Democrats. I think they should be thrown out of the Party by a VOTE of THEIR PARTY! Why sit by and allow them years to pull this off. The first time they turn on their Party, they should be OUT!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 9/30/2019 7:54:07 AM (No. 193469)
What an excellent, well-written article. “This latest outrage brings further clarity to Ryan's long track record of failure in the House of Representatives.“. Amen! [He lost me at that so-called GOP meeting in Baltimore years ago.] Can’t believe we ever voted for him and Romney... KAG
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Reply 8 - Posted by: TJM 9/30/2019 7:59:28 AM (No. 193473)
Paul Ryan sent me an email attempting to solicit a donation. I told this RINO to f-off
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 9/30/2019 8:07:53 AM (No. 193478)
My, my, my! And just think - - I was suspended from this forum in 2012 for using the term "romneybot" - - to describe the traitorous swamp hacks who were infesting this board with their corrupt propaganda. Hey - - are any of you "romneybots" still out there? Is the administrator who suspended me still inhaling oxygen? Have you all repented for your sins? And - - - - am I allowed to say "I told you so"?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: IdahoSky 9/30/2019 8:12:11 AM (No. 193482)
I enthusiastically supported the Romney/ Ryan ticket. What a horrible blunder that was, although anyone would have been better than Obama, so I take some small solace in that. Both Romney and Ryan are despicable and they can't exit the political stage fast enough to suit me.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Sunhan65 9/30/2019 8:19:51 AM (No. 193484)
FTA: "It was a good con while it lasted, but it's over." We used to talk about neo-cons and paleo-cons. But there was another kind of Republican--the severe kind who delighted in chiding us for actually trying to advance the conservative agenda. They delighted the media too, which could always count on them for pull quotes criticizing the deplorable elements who actually wanted to save their country from leftist insanity. They said they were conservative but did nothing to demonstrate that. They weren't paleocons or neocons. They were Con Men. And they ran the oldest established permanent floating crap game in national politics. Every election we'd roll the dice on another liberal Republican, nothing would change, and they would pocket their percentage. Trump changed that. He came at the cruise ship conservatives like a pirate and told them to get onboard with us for a change. Most didn't. They jumped ship. They liked the way things were before Trump. Watching them now, floundering in the water while leftist sharks devour them piecemeal has been one of the most satisfying experiences of my political life. I hope Sarah Palin is smiling somewhere.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Clinger 9/30/2019 8:22:45 AM (No. 193490)
I knew the democrat party abandoned the republic years ago. I knew the democrat party was infiltrated by soviet communists. I knew that the New Deal was a raw deal for the republic. I knew that LBJ's great society was a fraud inflicted on both the minority community by manufacturing dependency and forcing the rest of us to pay for it (including minorities who refused to take the dependency bait). But had it not been for Donald J Trump I would have never known how that the GOP was right down with them in the depths of the swamp. They played us with the pretense of opposing Obama. Romney let them walk all over him, there was no intent to win. We were played with the McCain & Palin candidacy using Palin to placate the Tea Party movement pretending to give us credence. It was all fake; we have been had. They pretended to oppose the Obama Care leap to socialism, then abandoned all resistance when they had the power to take a step toward salvaging the republic. God bless Donald Trump, God save the United States.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 9/30/2019 8:44:22 AM (No. 193517)
I believed the party line that Ryan was "brilliant" on the Federal budget until I read that he believed that "bringing illegals out of the shadows" would bail out Social Security and reduce the deficit. What an idiot. Most illegals consume far more resources than they pay in any taxes. The smart ones already file tax returns so they can prove how long they've been in this country when the next amnesty comes. The WSJ wrote an article about it years ago, and labored mightily to find one who actually paid a tax. The best they could find was someone who paid a little over $400 in Federal taxes. In addition, Federal investigators have found that the IRS paid millions (if not billions) in earned income tax credits to illegals who aren't eligible. Bottom line is Ryan has/has his head in his nether regions.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: America Rising 2020 9/30/2019 8:51:31 AM (No. 193523)
Mitch...?
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 9/30/2019 8:53:58 AM (No. 193526)
"Amen" said the choir! The only thing in this great article that I disagreed with was that the "Paul Ryans of the world were vastly preferable to most Democrats". I think traitors are less preferable than people who you truthfully declare their errant agenda. I cringe when I think that I voted for both McCain and Romney. If the republican party goes back to that type of candidate, I will NOT knowingly vote for them again. And if Fox chooses to go the way of Gillette, it won't bother me. I would rather they truthfully declare their agenda, than to stealthily continue their efforts to sway their listeners to their leftist/globalist thinking.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Franz 9/30/2019 9:27:30 AM (No. 193573)
I hope the Murdock clan has not gone over to the dark side. But I about gagged when Donna Brazil showed up on Special Report. Fox News is the only network news source that I put any faith in. The others have become propaganda and slander mills for the DNC.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Deety 9/30/2019 9:38:11 AM (No. 193587)
We must always remember to thank Romney(D) for letting low-IQ BarackHussein whip him in 2012. Without that embarrassing defeat there would never have been MAGA and PDT! Thanks, Mitt!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: starboard 9/30/2019 9:40:56 AM (No. 193590)
Ryan and Romney are both married to flaming liberal women. Ryan was overrated and should have never been considered for Speaker. Hey, what happened to that cushy job he supposedly had with a Wall Street firm?
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Reply 19 - Posted by: moebellini3 9/30/2019 9:45:42 AM (No. 193597)
Paul Ryan, a total fraud, is personally responsible for NOT getting the border wall built. He did nothing while house speaker. All of the caravans we suffered through, all on his dime. A complete fool. Got it.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Penny Spencer 9/30/2019 9:53:07 AM (No. 193607)
Having voluntarily left the forum for many years after experiencing the same attacks as described by #9, it's now somewhat ironic to see the two charlatans Romney and Ryan finally being recognized as the contemptible snakes they really are. Thank you, President Donald J. Trump!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: little guy 9/30/2019 10:10:53 AM (No. 193629)
As I have wandered through my own life-long political evolution from Johnson Democrat over to Trump supporting Republican, I have felt betrayed many times by many various politicians on all levels of rank from local to national. However, no one ... and I mean no one --- in all those 50 years has caused me to feel the most sense of betrayal and the most foolish for supporting them like these two. Only Romney and Ryan have done that! No wonder they found each other! I drove around for months with a Romney/Ryan sticker on my car (which got keyed), I had yard signs stolen or defaced but I still sent money (lots of it, relative to my income) and we even did a fund raiser at our house! Then we went to a very sad "victory" party that also cost $. I swear, no one has knifed me in the back on my set of principles like these two creeps!! I feel sympathy and empathy for Trump. Who are the only "politicians" I voted for who haven't betrayed me --- at least while they were in office? A few locals, Mayor Giuliani, Congressman Lee Zelden and POTUS Donald J. Trump.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: bigfatslob 9/30/2019 10:19:55 AM (No. 193634)
Fox is teetering on the brink of extinction like CNN. I watch less of it until Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Barbie Doll Shannon Bream comes on at night. Sean Hannity is alright but I can't take his motor mouth Rush Limbaugh talking points (a good thing) in rapid fire succession. I now watch Newsmax, OAN and read Lucianne for news and headlines I've even deleted Drudge from my phone and computer he revealed his Trump hatred. Globalist anti-Trumpers need not apply here. The disappointing days of backstabber John McCain are over and if Mitt Romney thinks this is a nitch to fill he is wrong. The fake media is not a place to go to win Republican favor and the same goes for Pauly Eddie Munster Ryan. If the Murdoch's keep him they will becomes dead ducks in the water too.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: bighambone 9/30/2019 10:22:04 AM (No. 193636)
Romney and Ryan and a lot of other Congressional Republicans and Democrats aligned with UniParty principles are members of the globalist investor class. Their policies in the main are to ship as many American jobs as possible overseas to low wage countries, and to fill the remaining American jobs that cannot be moved overseas by importing, both illegally and legally, as many foreign workers as possible who are willing to work in those US jobs for much lower wages than American workers can accept and maintain their customary US lifestyles. The globalist investor class who are using such anti-American worker public policies to maximize their profits, could care less if all ordinary American workers were limited to about the federal minimum wage as that would generate more profits for the global investor class. Since being elected, President Trump has used his position to “out” the globalist investor class to the benefit of ordinary American workers and the globalist investor class has been fighting Trump all the way. But every time a UniParty politician leaves the Congress chalk it up to Trump draining a little part of the DC “Swamp” a primary reason why the “deplorables” elected Trump in the first place.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: NotaBene 9/30/2019 10:35:22 AM (No. 193646)
There is nothing that would stop me from voting for Donaldus Magnus. Just the Paris Global Warming Agreement was enough to secure my vote. The man is resetting global commerce and therefore the Illuminati want to stop him.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: ARKfamily 9/30/2019 10:39:05 AM (No. 193648)
I found it very curious that Paul Ryan and his family moved from Wisconsin to Washington DC. Kind of the same thought pattern with the Obama's moving to Washington DC.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Chuzzles 9/30/2019 10:53:10 AM (No. 193655)
You have to be with somebody supporting them before you can decisively break with them over disagreements. Fox was started and is still owned by a leftist Aussie and his sons. Nothing surprising about their behavior right now. Ryan and McConnell both put out a joint statement the week or so before the 2016 election stating they were not going to rubber stamp anything for an incoming president. That was actually my first clue that Trump was going to pull it off and win. Only promise those two prats ever kept as well. Ryan is owned by a democrat wife and the insurance lobby. He has never been for this nation, and he knows it.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: JediJerry 9/30/2019 11:04:58 AM (No. 193666)
I never did like either of them because they were just a bit to creepy along with McNutjob the three musketeers of political deception and my bet is that Mitch McConnell put them all up to it and gave them his blessings.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Safari Man 9/30/2019 11:37:12 AM (No. 193686)
#10 Same here. I never liked it when folks here criticized Romney in 2012, but I always listened and was trying to understand the flaws they could see (I just wanted to beat Obama and was willing to overlook some things). I have learned that the most cynical amongst us are usually the ones who have the best insights. Kudos to those who could see through Romney from way back.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: rochow 9/30/2019 11:58:45 AM (No. 193699)
Ryan I had pegged as a liar from the get go. Romney who has become little more than a prostitute of vengeance since he was not able to become secr. of state. He proved to be a great disappointment. Ryan his 'VP' lied when talking about his background and he is little more than a money grubbing lefty Rino. But it's all music to Lachlan Murrrrdock's playboy ears!
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Reply 30 - Posted by: Congar 9/30/2019 12:03:15 PM (No. 193708)
It is about time these two jerks are pointed out as fake Republicans. Maybe they’ll join the Democrat Party, where they belong.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: KanCreeper 9/30/2019 12:20:06 PM (No. 193720)
Like many (apparently(?) here; I seem to have come through a political epiphany. I was for the Tea Party, and prayed that Sarah P would have a Washington, political future....McNutjob quickly bolixed that! Cruz, came along and along; I had hopes for him, but he seemed to lack a 'fire-in-his-belly' and sort of flamed out. Then along came "The Donald' and he waxed the Dims, and Da Hildabeast, pretty good. He renewed my faith that there was still some TRUTH out there in the Washington Political environment. Finally, a politician who said what he would do, and DID IT! In spite of what the Republican Party did or said.....Any money I send goes to the Trump Campaign.....The Repubis, and Demonrats can go pound sand.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: moonlightflip 9/30/2019 12:38:46 PM (No. 193744)
Amen. I say, Amen!
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Reply 33 - Posted by: MDConservative 9/30/2019 12:38:50 PM (No. 193745)
The difference between the GOPe and Dems is the difference between burglary and robbery. One sneaks around, the other confronts you...the result, either way, is your property is gone. Pick your poison these days.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 9/30/2019 1:13:36 PM (No. 193776)
One of my biggest regrets is having supported Mittens during his failed presidential run. His true Flake-like colors were difficult to see at the time.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Mother of AL 9/30/2019 1:59:16 PM (No. 193821)
Very,very good comments here. We too went the support Republican path. Were invited some 30+ years ago to join Republican Senatorial Committee. My husband went back to DC to several meetings. They were just to make the locals from flyover country feel important. Nothing was accomplished. And the meetings all started at 9 am, AND THE FREE BAR WAS ALREADY UP AND RUNNING WITH ALL POLITICIANS CARRYING AROUND THEIR SECOND OR THIRD DRINKS! we agree with the poster who said all $ contributed going to Trump himself NOT the party. And I got a text once asking for $ and I wrote back saying my husband had been out of work and I could not give anything. I got a lovely text back saying that was fine, give when I could but please continue to support and pray for the President!, How many times do you think that happens? When I get a request from *the party* I send the thing back in the prepaid envelope telling our experience and that they will NEVER get our $ and informing them all our contributions go to Trump himself.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: pensom2 9/30/2019 2:29:01 PM (No. 193841)
I have no use for Romney, and Ryan nauseates me. That said, I chuckle reading posts from those who suppose they were so prescient in 2012 in casting aspersions on those who supported Romney's presidential candidacy. What other choices did we have who could have been competitive with Obama? The Republican candidates were: Romney--(enough said) Ron Paul--(whacky--couldn't have beaten Obama) Newt Gingrich--(I like Newt's politics and assertiveness a lot, but with his history of dumping his wife while she lay in the hospital and re-marrying, he couldn't have beaten Obama) Rick Santorum--too whimpy to have beat Obama Rick Perry--good man, weak campaigner, brain freezes during debates. Jon Huntsman--competent administrator, but goofy, left-leaning political views Michelle Bachmann--appealing, competent, but mediocre campaigner, getting only .21% of the Republican primary vote. So, while any of these candidates--even Romney--would have been better presidents than Obama, we really didn't have many better choices, did we?
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Reply 37 - Posted by: The Remnants 9/30/2019 2:30:30 PM (No. 193845)
What we need in our Congress is a score or more of patriots like Sarah Palin (I hope she runs for the Senate in Alaska), and Michael Flynn, and Dan Crenshaw and James O'Keefe, and Jim Jordan and Louis Gomert and Devin Nunes and others of like mind. Please God, help us keep this One Nation, Under God, Please.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: Smart11344 9/30/2019 2:46:26 PM (No. 193856)
R+R=Reprobates.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: oldmagnolia 9/30/2019 3:12:09 PM (No. 193884)
I blame Ryan for losing the house. He did everything possible for this to happen. Then we have the other traitor, Romney, the carpetbagger. He is not better than the hildebeast. Traitors all.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: garyhope 9/30/2019 5:15:42 PM (No. 194001)
#5,....I lived in Missouri once,....I wouldn't give you a dime for the place. I'm sure that there are a few nice people there,....but,....
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Reply 41 - Posted by: mc squared 9/30/2019 5:22:50 PM (No. 194004)
At best, Ryan didn't mind losing the House. At worst, he helped engineer it by discouraging so many Pubbies to withdraw.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Lawsy0 9/30/2019 6:21:38 PM (No. 194039)
I have often mentioned that Donald Trumps super power is causing people to reveal their true character. Be careful how you pull on his cape.
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Reply 43 - Posted by: Omen55 9/30/2019 7:20:46 PM (No. 194093)
Trump fights for US & we stand with Trump.
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Reply 44 - Posted by: Sunhan65 10/1/2019 12:46:55 AM (No. 194197)
#10, I say this sincerely and without snark. You were among the most effective advocates Mitt Romney had on this site in 2012. You were eloquent and dedicated in defending your candidate. That I opposed Romney during the primary meant we often crossed paths and, occasionally, words. However, once he became the nominee, there was no other reasonable alternative, and I did what I could to help elect him president. I make no apologies for voting for Mitt Romney over Barack Obama, nor should anyone else. I'm just grateful you're back on site and glad to be on the same side with you now.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: Muguy 10/1/2019 6:04:30 AM (No. 194295)
The Bushies and those around them started all this RINO stuff, but the "Establishment" of BOTH parties in DC are alive and well! We the People have been had for some time now, and there appears to be an awakening of sorts as the conservatives get hip to the tricks played upon them perverting the Rule of Law and the do-nothing representatives in DC who are insulated from the rest of the people back home in their own little world. This doesn't just happen in the fantasy world of DC--the leadership in state offices have shown disdain for the 'rabble and rubes' at the grass roots as well. Perhaps THIS is why so many entrenched politicians are deciding not to run for re-election-- short of death, that seems to be all the gets new blood in there, but so many are corrupted by the RINOs and ruined. As Yoda said: "All those who gain power are afraid to lose it." McPain/Mittens.Ryano/Bonehead have shown that
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During an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remarked that maybe there should be a “rematch” between her and President Trump, and “obviously, I can beat him again.”Hillary said, “You know, it truly is remarkable how obsessed he remains with me. But this latest tweet is so typical of him. Nothing has been more examined and looked at than my emails. We all know that. So, he’s either lying or delusional, or both. There was no subpoena, as he says in a tweet this morning. So, maybe there does need to be a rematch. I mean, obviously, I can beat him again.
More Evidence Emerges Elizabeth Warren
Lied About Being Fired for Pregnancy
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Posted by M2 10/8/2019 6:15:27 AM Post Reply
New evidence emerged Monday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has been untruthful in telling voters she was fired from a teaching job because she was “visibly pregnant.” As Breitbart News noted Sunday, Warren’s campaign tale was called into question by a 2007 interview in which she suggested she left for lack of qualifications and interest. County records published by the Washington Free Beacon on Monday confirm that Warren resigned and was never fired. The Free Beacon’s Collin Anderson reported: RIVERDALE, N.J.—The Riverdale Board of Education approved a second-year teaching contract for a young Elizabeth Warren, documents show, contradicting the Democratic presidential candidate’s repeated claims that she
Trump: Europe Won't Help, and We’re
Not Going to Hold Thousands of
ISIS Fighters at Guantanamo Bay
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Posted by Imright 10/8/2019 11:15:23 PM Post Reply
The United States for months has been urging European countries to repatriate captured ISIS fighters and their families from northeastern Syria, to no avail, and the U.S. is not about to incarcerate them in Guantanamo Bay, President Trump said on Monday.“We’re not bringing 50, 60, 70 – or even 10,000 people to Guantanamo Bay in Cuba,” Trump told reporters at the White House. “We’re not going to be paying them for the next 50 years – or paying to take care of them for the next 50 years.”He characterized the European response to Washington’s appeals as another example of allies taking advantage of the U.S.,
Police arrest women after restaurant gets vandalized in front of customers, staff in Costa Mesa 26 replies
Posted by konocti95 10/8/2019 11:34:46 AM Post Reply

Costa Mesa police arrested two women after a restaurant was vandalized over the weekend in plain sight of diners and restaurant staff. On Oct. 5 at about 1:30 p.m., police responded to reports of a woman with a bat that had entered a restaurant in the 3300 block of Bristol Street in the South Coast Plaza area in Costa Mesa. Police say 27-year-old Fullerton resident Passion Shenay Coleman used a bat to vandalized a television, table settings, and plates causing thousands of dollars in damages. (snip) Police say a second suspect, 24-year-old Laglennda Damona Carr of Fullerton, was there with Coleman...  Source corrected.

'We're all different…we've forgotten that
that's okay': Ellen DeGeneres defends
herself after being pilloried online for
sitting with her 'friend' George W. Bush
at a Dallas Cowboys game
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Posted by zephyrgirl 10/8/2019 11:03:10 AM Post Reply
Ellen DeGeneres has defended herself after coming under fire for sitting next to former president George W. Bush at Sunday's Dallas Cowboys football game. The comedian posted a clip from Tuesday's pre-recorded show to Twitter where she addressed the tweetstorm that came her way, captioning the video: 'Yes, that was me at the Cowboys game with George W. Bush over the weekend. Here's the whole story.'
Warren Proposes Ending Trump
Tax Cuts and Adding 3 New Taxes
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Posted by M2 10/9/2019 7:35:28 AM Post Reply
Senator and presidential contender Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) has proposed rolling back the tax cuts implemented by the Trump administration in 2018 and imposing an “ultra-millionaire tax,” an “excessive Lobbying Tax,” and an increased tax on gun manufacturers.” She claims these new taxes will ultimately serve the purpose of financing “universal childcare, student loan debt relief, and down payments on a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.” “As the wealthiest nation in the history of the world,” Warren's campaign webpage says, “We can make investments that create economic opportunity, address rural neglect, and a legacy of racial discrimination -- if we stop handing out giant tax giveaways to rich people
Former Bush Chief of Staff
Backs Impeachment Probe:
‘Lines Have Been Crossed’
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Posted by Ribicon 10/8/2019 9:35:23 PM Post Reply
Appearing Monday on MSNBC, former chief of staff to President George W. Bush Andrew Card expressed support for the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump over his telephone call with the leader of Ukraine. A transcript is as follows: HALLIE JACKSON: Are Republicans cohesive enough in there messaging [on impeachment]? Do you that’s going to help or hurt the president? ANDREW CARD: I think it’s the president’s duty not to speak in hyperbole. I actually took his comment about China as a little bit frivolous and baiting.(Snip) I’ve called him a carnival barker. He wants you to come in the freakshow.
The Russia Hoax: James Clapper throws Barack Obama under the bus 22 replies
Posted by jeb184 10/8/2019 12:42:19 PM Post Reply
Former DNI Director James Clapper threw former President Barack Obama under the bus on CNN yesterday. Clapper admitted to CNN’s Jim Sciutto that everything he and John Brennan had done prior to and during the 2016 election was explicitly on Barack Obama’s orders. Jim Sciutto says,“Are you concerned that Barr or Durham’s investigation will find wrongdoing and seek to punish former intelligence officials like you? Clapper responds: "President Obama, told us to do it. It’s kind of disconcerting now to be investigated for, you know, having done our duty and done what we were told to do by the president.”
Rep. Rashida Tlaib: ‘I Think
Non-African Americans Think
African Americans All Look the Same’
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Posted by M2 10/9/2019 7:37:22 AM Post Reply
In a video recorded by a reporter for the Detroit News, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D.-Mich.) told James Craig, the chief of the Detroit Police Department, that “non-African Americans think African Americans all look the same” and that because of this the department’s analysts who review videos using facial recognition software “need to be African Americans.” The Detroit News published the video and a news story about Tlaib’s remarks on Oct. 1 under the headline: “Tlaib: Use only blacks as Detroit’s facial recognition analysts.”
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