Saturday, December 15, 2018

Smother your opponents with (salty) humor

It’s time to augment the satirical columns about gun control that I shared in February and March Let’s start with a very useful set of definitions, sort of like this Republican-to-English dictionary, for anyone who follows what the establishment media writes about gun control.
HIGH POWERED=I have zero knowledge of ballistics
ASSAULT WEAPON=I repeat what I hear on the news
MILITARY STYLE=I have zero knowledge of firearm history
FULL AUTO=I couldn't tell the difference between a single shot and a machine gun
SEMI-AUTO=The thing to ban next
HIGH CAPACITY=I have no idea what a standard magazine even looks like
COMMON SENSE=Agree with me or I'll start screaming
GUN SAFETY LEGISLATION=Legislation to take guns away from innocent people
ONLY ONE PURPOSE=I have no idea what guns are used for outside of movies
WHY DOES ANYONE NEED=I am actually a communist who doesn't believe in property rights
WELL REGULATED MILITIA=I have never read the Supreme Court cases of HELLER and          McDONALD
MENTAL ILLNESS=Anyone who doesn't think exactly like me
UNIVERSAL BACKGROUND CHECKS=Government deciding who gets a gun (and it's not you)
DEAD CHILDREN=A weapon I ignore when the government murders children
YOU COULDN'T TAKE ON THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT=You should just roll over and get raped
COMPROMISE=The total and unconditional surrender of your rights

We're all fed up with the idiots who spout off about guns but don't have the least idea about them.
Here's a great selection of cartoons, memes and jokes for you to share with any of these idiots you might know!
Some of the language is a bit racy. Don't look if you're easily offended.

VIDEO-----Gowdy blasts Comey: An 'amnesiac with incredible hubris'

Former FEC Chief: Actually, Those 'Hush Money' Payoffs Were Not Campaign Finance Crimes Posted : Dec 14, 2018  Guy Benson

Former FEC Chief: Actually, Those 'Hush Money' Payoffs Were Not Campaign Finance Crimes
Let's begin with an astonishingly weak political argument, albeit not a legal one, from Rudy Giuliani. Trump critics are dunking on the former New York City Mayor over his latest comment, but let's face it: He basically posterized himself with this one -- especially given the conspicuous "law and order" campaign rhetoric from his boss, and his own adherence to the "broken windows" theory of law enforcement that helped animate the city's dramatic turnaround on his watch.  That was then.  This is now.  Yikes:

Say, does the occasional violation of federal law really matter all that much if nobody's been murdered?  This is...not a good way to frame any of this, even if you're rooting for the guy and his client.  As I've written previously, I'm not convinced that campaign finance infractions or crimes surrounding hush money pay-offs to women would stand alone as impeachable acts.  They're tawdry and sleazy, but do they warrant removal from office?  I don't think so, even though it's true that Trump has apparently lied through his teeth about the whole imbroglio.  We've recently learned that not only was the payment to keep one of the women silent (funneled through the National Enquirer's parent company) made for the primary purpose of influencing the election, we've also discovered that Trump himself was reportedly in the room when the scheme was hatched.  Understand that none of this looks remotely good for the president.  I'm just not sure this particular prong of the sprawling festival of investigations, indictments, and plea deals seriously imperils his presidency.  
WATCH: Tucker Proves Liberals Wrong on Caravan

Tucker Carlson brought a Mexican man on the show, Thursday, to explain how the migrant caravan is wreaking havoc on Tiajuana--a fact Liberals just can't get their heads around.

Tucker explains, 

People debate all the time about mass immigration. But what you never hear anybody do is make the economic case for mass immigration. And here’s why: Our country’s economy is becoming more automated and tech-centered by the day.

It’s obvious we need more scientists and skilled engineers. What we’re getting instead are waves of poor people with a high school education or less. They’re nice people; nobody doubts that. But as an economic matter, this is insane. It’s indefensible, so nobody tries to defend it.

Instead, our leaders demand you shut up and accept it. We’ve got a moral obligation to admit the world’s poor, they tell us, even if it makes our own country poorer, dirtier and more divided. Immigration is a form of atonement. Previous leaders of our country committed sins. So, we must pay for those sins by welcoming an endless chain of migrant caravans.

That’s the argument. If it sounds like something some dopey sociology professor at Long Beach State thought up while half-drunk in the 1970s, you’re right. That’s pretty much exactly what it is. Yet, somehow, the immigration-as-atonement idea has become the official position of virtually every guilty liberal in the United States: our tech overlords who are also lecturing you; corporate America; Nancy Pelosi; and Paul Ryan. They all believe this. And anyone who disagrees with them is denounced as a bigot and fired.

All the dems know illegal immigration is wrong, but they are NEVER going to agree with Trump.

Chuck Schumer in 2009: Illegal Immigration is wrong, plain and simple

So no one can understand why Napolitano is siding with the Deep State in their attempted coup against the President.

No One Could Believe What One Judge Said About Trump Being Guilty Of A Felony

The Deep State is pushing their plan to take down Donald Trump into the end game.
   Rogue prosecutors are cooking up new ways to threaten the President with jail time unless he resigns from office.
   And the latest bombshell was one judge making a comment about Trump being guilty of a felony that no one could believe.
   Rogue prosecutors are cooking up new ways to threaten the President with jail time unless he resigns from office.
   And the latest bombshell was one judge making a comment about Trump being guilty of a felony that no one could believe.
   Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew
Napolitano shocked many viewers on Wednesday when he claimed that Michael Cohen’s plea agreement to campaign finance violations indicate that prosecutors intend to charge Trump with conspiracy to violate federal campaign finance laws.


Some say it's time for a female or gender-neutral Santa, survey revealsAccording to a new survey, some believe it's time for Santa to receive an update. Suggestions included a slimmer Santa, a tech-savvy Santa and a gender-neutral Santa. FOX 29

FOX Analyst Predicts Shocking End of Trump Presidency
12/10/2018  American Action News  AAN Staff

Andrew McCarthy, a conservative scholar and former assistant U.S. attorney, revealed on Fox & Friends his belief that prosecutors will indict the president for campaign finance violations. (Mediaite)
“It’s clear that Trump is the target and that he’ll be indicted eventually,” McCarthy said.

“That kind of stops me in my tracks,” Fox News host Ed Henry reacted.
McCarthy explained himself in an op-ed published last night:
“The major takeaway from the 40-page sentencing memorandum filed by federal prosecutors Friday for Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal attorney, is this: The president is very likely to be indicted on a charge of violating federal campaign finance laws,” McCarthy wrote.

While McCarthy pointed out that Justice Department guidance says a sitting president can’t be indicted, Trump could face charges when he leaves office. And while campaign finance violations are not typically considered the sorts of “high crimes and misdemeanors” that would raise the specter of impeachment, “the point for this day is that the Cohen case in New York City is not about Cohen. The president is in peril of being charged.”
(Video H/T Fox News)

Friday, December 14, 2018

FLORIDA Furniture Shipment !!!        November 16 at 9:24 PM ·

If you have doubts about Muslim migration, this may clear them up. Border guards found 52 tons of guns and ammunition in 14 Conex containers disguised as furniture.
This "furniture" is for Muslim immigrants who have come to America .


If this doesn't convince you that this "IMMIGRATION" is nothing less than an ARMED INVASION then nothing will. Do you wonder why all those young (military age) men without children or wives are taking on the task of traveling all those miles posing as refugees?

Most western nation Main Stream media won't cover this.

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Transcript of conversation between Yemeni journalist Nasser Arrabyee and Sarah Leah Whitson of Human Rights Watch.

On Sunday, thousands of Yemenis gathered at the United Nations building in Sana’a calling for an international investigation into the U.S-backed Saudi assault on a funeral. The attack was carried out with warplanes and munitions sold to the Saudi-led coalition by the United States. The U.S. Air Force continues to provide midair refueling to Saudi warplanes. According to the U.N., more than 4,000 civilians have been killed and over 7,000 injured since the Saudi-led coalition bombing began last year. Airstrikes have reportedly caused about 60 percent of the deaths.   Published on Oct 11, 2016

Obama Is Killing Yemen: A Yemeni Journalist Speaks Out After U.S.-Backed Bombing Strikes Funeral

It's a shame congress doesn't show the same concern for the American lives lost in BENGHAZI ...! !

Senate Votes To Stop US Military Aid To Saudis In Yemen, But It’s Largely Symbolic

Ok, so that’s the Senate’s version of a “strongly-worded letter” that does nothing. And there’s a lot to question about Obama having gotten involved in this without proper authorization. But the only reason this is being pushed now is to help Iran. That’s the whole point of the media obsession with Khashoggi.

Via Washington Examiner:

The U.S. Senate voted Thursday to check the executive branch’s war powers authority by voting to end U.S. support of the Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen.

Senators voted 56-41 in favor of the resolution, which passed after lawmakers agreed to a series of amendments, including on by Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., to block the U.S. military from in-flight refueling of Saudi jets.

Support for the measure was fueled by a growing disdain for the Yemeni civil war, which has created a humanitarian crisis and has killed more than 10,000 people.

Senators were also eager to punish the Saudi government over its involvement in the brutal murder of dissident Jamal Khashoggi, who was also a columnist at the Washington Post.


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Chuck Schummer
Caught taking 6.4 million in expenses!
Fined $138,000. Still in Senate!!!

Tucker Carlson: NBC is disgusted by Trump, would never tolerate paying off female accusers - except under extreme circumstances

Fox News
Chuck Schumer failed to properly disclose $6.4 million in expenses. The consequences of all this: Schumer paid a $138,000 fine. Chuck Schumer is still in the Senate today.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

MUELLER WAS BROUGHT IN TO INVESTIGATE COLLUSION BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN. (collusion not against the law) HE FOUND NONE ! So... He deviated from his intended purpose and has charged 33people and 3 companies with crimes, unrelated to the election. 13 of the people being Russian nationals, which the U S can't touch......IF IT WERE LEFT UP TO ME..I WOULD TOSS OUT ALL THE CHARGES, Because it isn't what mueller was contracted to do. I think he has only brought these charges because he couldn't find anything against TRUMP ! !

Over 100 Charges, 34 People and 3 Companies: The Investigations Surrounding Trump, Explained
By Emily Cochrane and Alicia Parlapiano  Feb. 23, 2018....NY TIMES

This article was last updated on September 7, 2018.

Since President Trump took office, his administration has been clouded by federal investigations that carry the specter of devastating legal and political consequences.

In the investigation by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, into possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia’s election interference, 33 people and three companies have been charged on more than 100 criminal counts.

Six of them — including three Trump associates — have pleaded guilty, and one, Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, was convicted. Twenty-five others are Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 presidential election.

In a separate inquiry pursued by federal prosecutors in Manhattan, Michael D. Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer and fixer, pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including campaign finance violations related to payments he made to two women who said they had affairs with Mr. Trump.

Here is a look at the charges and the people facing them as a result of the investigations.

Special Counsel’s Evidence Should Be DECLASSIFIED NOW – Hillary’s Fingerprints Will Be Found All Over The Russian Witch Hunt!   by Doyle Alexander 

Is Hillary Clinton the agent of Russian collusion in the 2016 election? Well, if her campaign helped fund the Trump dossier, then yes, argues California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa.

In an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Friday, the House Oversight Committee chairman said that, since the dossier was a major part of obtaining a FISA warrant against Trump campaign employee Carter Page, the role of Russian agents in the document should be examined more closely.

Issa had been in on the closed-door testimony that former FBI Director James Comey gave on Capitol Hill last week before two House committees, much of which centered around how the warrant against Page was obtained.

Hannity began by asking Issa if he believed the bulk of the information that led to the FISA warrant came from the controversial dossier.

“That’s exactly right — that it not only came from the dossier, but as you know, Christopher Steele hasn’t been in Russia in 20 years,” he said. “So even the people, the unknown people responsible for it could easily, easily have in fact been agents of the Russian government, which would mean that Hillary Clinton is the one guilty of the so-called ‘collusion.

“That’s a great irony there,” Hannity said, stifling a laugh.

Comey’s testimony was remarkable for a number of reasons. CNN, somewhat predictably, called him “exasperated” over the proceedings and wondered why he was answering questions about Hillary Clinton’s email two years on.

However, the fact that Comey couldn’t seem to remember a lot seemed to take up most of the headlines.

“His memory was so bad I feared he might not remember how to get out of the room after the interview,” one lawmaker told The Hill’s John Solomon.

Another said, “It was like he suddenly developed dementia or Alzheimer’s, after conveniently remembering enough facts to sell his book.”

However, what he did remember about the dossier could have been the most damning part of his testimony.

“The towering ex-FBI boss confessed that the FBI had not corroborated much of the Steele dossier before it was submitted as evidence to a secret court to support a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in the final weeks of the election,” Solomon wrote.

“And Comey admitted much of the dossier remained uncorroborated more than six months later when he was fired by President Donald Trump.

“I won’t waste too much time harping on the enormity of this confession. Everyday Americans now know that the FISA court process is an honor system and that the FBI may only submit evidence it has verified to the judges.”

But this wasn’t verified. It was paid opposition research, mostly conducted second- or third-hand, often with paid informants who made wild accusations.

And some of it, assumedly, came from members of Russia’s intelligence community. That’s what’s particularly dangerous here. For all of the talk of Russia offering campaign “synergy” with the Trump campaign, the only actually verifiable synergy probably came via the Trump dossier, which remains as uncorroborated as the day it was used in court to obtain a FISA warrant.

Meanwhile, even after all this, nothing has been found to indicate Trump colluded with the Kremlin.

Given that the DNC and Hillary campaign paid huge sums of money to compile the dossier, perhaps it’s time we started talking about their collusion with elements in Russian intelligence that had every reason, if they were connected in any way to the Kremlin, to destabilize the American political process.

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Rarely does One Cartoon Say It All!


 On a morning talk show and, as is the case since his death, there's a lot of conversation about President George H. W. Bush.  Bill Bennett, who served under GHWB, was being interviewed. One of the questions that the commentator asked was "How would you compare George Herbert Walker Bush to Donald Trump?”

I think Dr.Bennett’s response was brilliant when he replied, "...the world is an ever changing place, sometimes you need Mother Theresa and sometimes you need  Dirty Harry!"

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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Chuck Schumer in 2009: Illegal Immigration is wrong, plain and simple

“Illegal immigration is wrong, plain and simple… People who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the U.S. legally.” – Senator Chuck Schumer, 2009

Monday, December 10, 2018


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Country Star John Rich Challenges Anti-Gun Stars to a Debate 2018-12-10  Source: American Update  by: AU Staff 
Country Star John Rich Challenges Anti-Gun Stars to a Debate

Country star John Rich is challenging his anti-gun country stars to a debate over the Second Amendment. Many country singers have come out recently calling for stricter gun control laws.

According to Fox News:
NEW YORK – John Rich is challenging his fellow country music stars to a friendly debate over the Second Amendment.

Rich, one half of the country duo Big & Rich, has never been one to shy away from politics. And when the "Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy" singer heard his friends and fellow artists Dierks Bentley and Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard were part of a new push for gun control, the proud Texan was really interested to hear their side.

"Successful artists, while they're only one person, or a couple of people, whatever it is, they have millions of fans," the 44-year-old told Fox News exclusively. "So when they speak, those millions of fans hear what they say."

Rich said he knows Bentley and Hubbard personally and has worked with them previously. He stressed that he has nothing but respect for them — but he does want to engage them in a conversation over the Second Amendment.
Rich said that his questions to fellow performers would center around how they expect his wife to protect his family while he is away from home working. 
Comey: 'Collusion' Isn't a Crime and It's Weird the Media Keeps Using It as a Term  Katie Pavlich   Dec 10, 2018

Over the weekend the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees released a 235-page transcript of closed door testimony given last week by former FBI Director James Comey. Comey was subpoenaed for questioning about the 2016 presidential election, how Robert Mueller's Special Counsel investigation was initially launched, details on how the FBI handled the Clinton email scandal and more.

During an exchange with Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy, Comey essentially said talk of "collusion" as a crime doesn't exist and that the media has made up the term.

Mr. Gowdy: Some of our friends in the media use the word "collusion" from time to time. What is the crime of collusion?
Mr. Comey: What is the crime of collusion? I do not know. I've never heard the term "collusion" used in the way it's been used in our world over the last couple years before that. I don't know of a crime that involves collusion. I think in terms of conspiracy or aiding and abetting.

The media talking point since Hillary Clinton lost the presidency to Donald Trump on November 8, 2016 has been "collusion with the Russians." Of course, this narrative comes directly from Clinton herself, the Democrat National Committee and the bogus Russian dossier they purchased (from a foreign spy) to smear Trump and his campaign.
After nearly two years of a Special Counsel investigation, there has been no proof of "collusion" (whatever that actually means) and yet it's been repeated over and over again by the media.

Considering how heavily invested the Democrat media complex has become in their "collusion" fantasy, it is unlikely they'll be changing their language.