Friday, April 13, 2018

Uncle Sam's American Patriots

U.S. Has 3.5 Million More Registered Voters Than Live Adults — A Red Flag For Electoral Fraud | Investor's Business Daily
Scientists Baffled by McConnell and Ryan’s Ability to Stand Upright Without Spines

Doctors believe that both men’s ability to stand, walk, and even break into a brisk trot when confronted by reporters’ questions is “virtually inexplicable.”

Thursday, April 12, 2018

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Rand Paul: Muller Abused Authority, Could you be Next?
Published on April 10, 2018

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Senator Rand Paul, R-Ky., says that special counsel Robert Mueller has abused his authority by referring President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, to the FBI, which raided Cohen’s office Monday morning, seizing business records, emails, and other documentation, including a record of a payment to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Paul said the special counsel is no longer looking at Russian collusion in the 2016 election.
“Going after someone’s personal attorney is a great overstep, I think, in the authority of the prosecutor,” Paul said. “This is why I have opposed, really, having special prosecutors for almost anything, because I think they abuse their authority. So I think Mueller has abused his authority.”
“This is an enormous power that can be used against anybody,” Paul warned. “We have to rein this in, or every American citizen is exposed to this kind of abuse of power.”
Read more at Conservative Review 

I wouldn't ordinarily post about a movie, but I remember this incident well and thinking how Ted Kennedy just got away with murder. I never expected anything to be done about this, but I do hope this film will show things in their TRUE light

'Chappaquiddick' and the Power of Myth
John Kass  Posted: Apr 12, 2018

'Chappaquiddick' and the Power of Myth

"Chappaquiddick" is an impressive, fascinating and clinical film about a young Ted Kennedy, the power of myth and the corrosive cynicism of mythmakers.

And so the other day, in a Chicago movie theater, as the closing credits were rolling, people left their seats without saying, "I really liked it" or "I really hated it."

The theater was as silent as that quiet moment just after a sigh.

But one man enjoyed "Chappaquiddick" so much that he gave it a slow long clap that went on and on. A few moviegoers -- obviously aging baby boomers raised on Camelot -- stared at him in irritation, their hands on hips, heads tilted, like peeved, graying birds.

But he just kept on slow clapping because it was the right thing to do.

"Chappaquiddick" is set some 50 years ago, on a warm July night in 1969, when Edward "Ted" Kennedy (Jason Clarke) drives off a bridge and into the water, then leaves Mary Jo Kopechne (Kate Mara) alone in the car to die.
College Student’s Graduation Photo Goes Viral. Here’s Why.
Posted April 10, 2018 by Micah Rate

Brenna Spencer is a 22-year-old senior at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and, like most college seniors graduating this May, decided to take graduation photos to celebrate her achievements and mark the milestone. While Brenna knew one of her photos would get some attention, she didn’t expect it to go viral. Posing in a pink “Women for Trump” shirt and white jeans, Brenna is seen partially lifting her shirt to reveal her .380 handgun.

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1.) Attorney-Client Privilege Is At Stake 04/10/2018 Source: TTN by: TTN Staff

First and foremost: Attorney-Client Privilege
is protected by the Bill of Rights. An attorney
has to break the law in a major way before it
can be appropriate to execute a warrant on
their offices. President Trump has rights like
any American. The notion that the federal
government can abuse their powers by raiding
his attorney's office to gain access to
privileged communications is outrageous and
flies in the face of constitutional law.

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Jerome Corsi: FBI Raid Proves 'Deep State Is Out of Control'

Jerome R. Corsi, author of The New York Times bestseller "Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump," told Newsmax in an exclusive interview Tuesday afternoon the FBI's raids on President Donald Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen are "a disgrace."
Corsi likened the FBI's tactics to the KGB's methods under the Soviet Union, and called for the immediate resignation of FBI special counsel Robert Mueller.
"This raid by Mueller on Michael Cohen validates everything I've written in 'Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump,'" Corsi told Newsmax. "It shows we have an out-of-control shadow government that operates by its own rules. And its own rules today include a coup d'etat."
Since the release in March of his new book, Corsi has warned Mueller was set to launch a "wicked attack" on President Trump.

This would be very interesting IF you could depend on the interview being at least somewhat the TRUTH, but I doubt it will be.....

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Know this before you watch the Comey interview on 60 Minutes on Sunday.

It's a breaking story that proves from FOIA'ed FBI emails just how far the FBI was prepared to go to protect Hillary Clinton's attempt to be President.

Comey is looking to be a very shady character indeed. And the FBI appears to be rotten as hell. From these emails we can see just how much coverup was going on to protect details emerging about the tarmac meeting between Bill Clinton and AG Loretta Lynch.

The cover up is incredible in its own right, but what Bill was offering Lynch will stun you. It's massively illegal.

SO....Client / lawyer confidentiality goes out the window, because....someone "THINKS" Cohen MIGHT have evidence of a federal crime. WHAT EVIDENCE....WHAT CRIME ? ? ?

Michael Cohen: Trump’s fix-it guy and FBI raid subject, explained  Andrew Prokop

Cohen is much more than just Trump’s lawyer. Here’s why the FBI’s raid of him is so consequential.

Michael Cohen — Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer and business associate, who the FBI raided and seized documents from on Monday — doesn’t mince words.

“I’m the guy who protects the president and the family. I’m the guy who would take a bullet for the president.”

“If somebody does something Mr Trump doesn’t like, I do everything in my power to resolve it to Mr Trump’s benefit. If you do something wrong, I’m going to come at you, grab you by the neck, and I’m not going to let you go until I’m finished.”

Michael Cohen: Trump’s fix-it guy and FBI raid subject, explained
What’s already clear though, is that a raid to seize documents from a lawyer — the president’s lawyer, no less — is incredibly unusual. High-level Justice Department officials and a magistrate judge had to conclude there was probable cause that Cohen had evidence of a federal crime, that he could not be trusted to hand evidence over voluntarily, and that there was reason to believe Cohen had voided his attorney-client privilege by “engaging in crime or fraud,” attorney Ken White writes.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

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If this happened, it was before Trump was President, and it's not like he got a blowjob in the oval office
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The OTHER David Hogg, Who Stands Up for Gun Rights
Cortney O'Brien Posted: Apr 03, 2018 1:30 PM 

David Hogg has become a household name. A few weeks
ago he was just a teenager who attended Marjory Stoneman
DouglasHigh School. Now, he is a famous gun control
advocate and cable news networks' No. 1 interview. On
Twitter, his following has ballooned to over 700K.

As with any bit of fame, Hogg is also getting plenty of
criticism. Gun rights is a touchy topic for a lot of Americans,
and they've certainly let the young man know they are not
happy with his demonizing the National Rifle Association
and continued demandsfor gun control legislation.

In the midst of all this, there is another David Hogg on Twitter
whois unfortunately fielding the same harassment. That
young man, who is currently in college, shared that he had to
suspend his account for a time because it was too over-
whelming for him and his family.

Once he returned to social media, he noted that, unlike the
other Hogg, he is a conservative who proudly supports
Americans' second Amendment rights.

The college-age Hogg began a GoFundme page to help him
purchase a "very" used truck and a new lawnmower. He
started the fundraiser, he said, because others told him they
would start one without his permission.

"I didn't want someone to start one that had bad intentions or
would try to pretend they are me," he explained.

Having surpassed his goal, he asked for no more donations.

"And one last thing, you can totally support the 2nd
Amendment and be a Conservative and NEVER want another
person hurt by a gun again," he wrote. "That is just another
misconception out there!"

MSD's Hogg says he is not against the Second Amendment
either. Gun rights advocates are begging to differ,
considering the March for Our Lives rally, which he helped
organize, has calledfor a ban on the AR-15 and demonized
the NRA.

"attorney-client privilege is dead" This is true....The FBI was able to obtain a warrent with NO specific objective listed.....FISHING....ILLEGALLY !!!

Trump Fumes on Twitter: 'Attorney-Client Privilege Is Dead'

The morning after an FBI raid on his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Tuesday  to continue venting his anger about it.

He began by asserting that "attorney-client privilege is dead" and, in a second tweet, again decried the raid as "A TOTAL WITCH HUNT!!!"
Trump's reactions have revived fears he might do the unthinkable and fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

In an eight-minute diatribe on Monday evening that ranked as one of the president's most vivid public responses to an investigation that has embroiled top aides and allies, Trump blasted the early-morning raid targeting Cohen as "disgraceful" and an "attack on our country." Few people outside his family are closer to Trump than Cohen.

The frustration betrayed concern by the president about an inquiry that has now reached deep into his inner circle, and threatened to return focus to the sordid story of a $130,000 payment Cohen made weeks before the 2016 election to a porn actress who said she had an affair with Trump.

His singling out — by name — of top Justice Department officials after the raid raised speculation that he may undertake a historic purge of law enforcement officials, a move that would draw bipartisan condemnation and amplify the stakes of an investigation that is broadening in ways that could imperil the Trump presidency.

Many say this, have it on the sidebar of our blogs, have T-shirts, hats, stickers, flags etc. etc. BUT.....When push comes to shove, HOW MANY WILL STAND AND SAY NO ! YOU CANNOT TAKE MY GUNS...YOU CAN'T HAVE THEM. I DEFEND THE 2nd AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ! ! ! .......... I HOPE I CAN BE AMONG THOSE WHO WILL STAND FIRM,

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ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛABE.     Molon Labe.  (pronounced Mow-lone Lah-vay),

You've no doubt seen it on t-shirts, bumper stickers, holsters. It's become a popular phrase used by gun rights activists to show their defiance, and willingness to protect their second amendment rights no matter what.
But where does it come from?

If McCain can read into Assads' thoughts, if he's so good at knowing what the enemy is thinking, then how was he captured in Viet Nam ???....HE SHOULD HAVE KNOWN.

McCain says Trump 'emboldened' Syria to launch chemical

Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain, R-Ariz., pauses before speaking to reporters during a meeting of the National Defense Authorization Act conferees, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Sen. John McCain said President Trump’s comments suggesting he wants to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria “emboldened” President Bashar al Assad’s regime to commit the recent chemical attack that killed at least 40 people in the war-torn country.
“President Trump last week signaled to the world that the United States would prematurely ?  withdraw from Syria,” the Republican senator from Arizona said in a statement Sunday.
“Bashar Assad and his Russian and Iranian backers have heard him, and emboldened by American inaction, Assad has reportedly launched another chemical attack against innocent men, women and children, this time in Douma,” McCain continued.

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I guess we're supposed to feel sorry for "transgender" (women ?). Maybe things would have been better if he left himself the way God created him. Maybe that "trans" money would have been better spent trying to gain his eyesight....

I Never Experienced the Wage Gap—Until I Became a Woman...Instyle

Money is power, and women aren’t getting their share of it. In America, men earn 20 percent more than women, and that disparity is even greater for women of color. Now is the time to close that gap—and these are the women doing it.

Ten years into my career as a freelance copywriter, I was earning good money, growing my business, and thriving. My wife and I had settled in Vancouver and bought a condo. We started saving for retirement and our young child’s university tuition. Then I came out as a woman. To my relief, family and friends stood by me—but as soon as I changed the name in my email signature, things began to decline at work.

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Wait–Did Twitter’s CEO Just Share A Post Calling For 'Civil War,' Wiping Out The GOP, And How We Should Be Like CA? Matt Vespa Posted: Apr 07, 2018

Well, if there were any lingering doubts about Twitter’s perceived bias against conservatives, look no further than what CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted out last night. Apparently, a “good read” is a post co-written by a Center for American Progress senior fellow that calls for “civil war,” the destruction of the GOP, and the adoption of how California runs everything from sea to shining sea
Well, here are parts of the post. Debate amongst yourselves: 
Trump is doing exactly what America needs him to do right now. He’s becoming increasingly conservative and outrageous by the day. Trump could have come into office with a genuinely new agenda that could have helped working people. Instead, he has spent the past year becoming a caricature of all things conservative?—?and in the meantime has alienated most of America and certainly all the growing political constituencies of the 21st century. He is turning the Republican brand toxic for millennials, women, Latinos, people of color, college-educated people, urban centers, the tech industry, and the economic powerhouses of the coasts, to name a few.

The Republican Party is playing their part perfectly, too. They completely fell for the Trump trap?—?and that’s exactly what America needed them to do.[…]

Now the entire Republican Party, and the entire conservative movement that has controlled it for the past four decades, is fully positioned for the final takedown that will cast them out for a long period of time in the political wilderness. They deserve it.[…]

America is desperate for a functioning political supermajority that can break out of our political stasis and boldly move ahead and take on our many 21st-century challenges. The nation can’t take much more of our one step forward, one step back politics that gets little done despite the need for massive changes.

America today has many parallels to America in the 1850s or America in the 1930s. Both of those decades ended with one side definitively winning, forming a political supermajority that restructured systems going forward to solve our problems once and for all. In the 1850s, we fought the Civil War, and the Republican Party won and then dominated American politics for 50 years. In the 1930s, the Democratic Party won and dominated American politics for roughly the same amount of time.

America today is in a similar position. Our technologies, our economy, our geopolitics are going through fundamental changes. We are facing new challenges, like climate change and massive economic inequality, that must be addressed with fundamental reforms.

America can’t afford more political paralysis. One side or the other must win. This is a civil war that can be won without firing a shot. But it is a fundamental conflict between two worldviews that must be resolved in short order.

California, as usual, resolved it early. The Democrats won; the Republicans lost. The conservative way forward lost; the progressive way forward began. As we’ve laid out in this series, California is the future, always about 15 years ahead of the rest of the country. That means that America, starting in 2018, is going to resolve it, too.