GLOBALIST DEMS: PARTY FOR RED CHINA, BILLIONAIRES, BRIBES, BANKSTERS AND WIDER OPEN BORDERS! YOU DON'T GET ANY MORE CORRUPT THAN FEINSTEIN!
After Feinstein was elected to the Senate in 1992, Blum continued profiting off their ties to China. A the same time, the freshman lawmaker was pitching herself as a “China hand” to colleagues, even once claiming “that in my last life maybe I was Chinese.” HARIS ALIC
Sunday, October 6, 2019
JOE WALSH SAYS TRUMP IS A 'TRAITOR' - BUT HOW IS THAT DIFFERENT THAN FEINSTEIN'S RED CHINA BRIBES, BIDEN'S UKRAINIAN BRIBES, THE CLINTON'S GLOBAL BRIBES SUCKING?
Joe Walsh: ‘Trump Is a Traitor’
On Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s “State of the Union,” GOP presidential primary candidate Joe Walsh accused President Donald Trump of being a “traitor” to the United States.
Walsh said, “This president deserves to be impeachment. No one from the White House or high-level Republicans are on the show today because there is nothing to defend. This president betrayed our country again this week. Would I vote if I were in Congress on the inquiry, there is enough we know now to vote to impeachment this president. He stood on the White House lawn this week, Jake, and told two additional foreign governments to interfere in our election. That alone is impeachable.”
He added, “This is a strong term I’m going to use, but I’m going to say it on purpose, Donald Trump is a traitor. Now I know there is a lot of talk about treason. People on both sides, jake, have been irresponsible using that word “treason.” I’m not accusing this president of treason. Our founders were very specific as to what treason is. But when you look at traitor more broadly defined, this president betrayed our country again this week. And it is not the first time he did it. Excuse me. I don’t know that we should move forward incrementally. This president needs to be impeached just based on what he himself has said, and Republicans better get behind that.”
chance of getting rid of Donald Trump — through impeachment or by voting him
out — continues to dominate the headlines, the historical challenge
is compelling. No president has been a greater threat to the
qualities that make the United States of America worthy (at its best) of our
The rise of
Trump and his movement was so freakish that historians will analyze its nature
for a long time. From his origins as a real estate hustler, this
exhibitionist sought attention as a TV vulgarian. Susceptible
television viewers found his coarse behavior amusing. Then he announced that he
was running for the presidency and it looked for a while like just another
cheap publicity stunt.
his name-calling tactics struck a chord with a certain group of
voters. Our American scene began to darken. Before
long, he was hurling such vicious abuse that it ushered in a politics of
rage. As his egomania developed into full megalomania, the “alt-right”
gravitated toward him.
“movement” had started.
and more, to the horror of everyone with power to see and understand, he showed
a proto-fascist mentality. So alarms began to spread: mental health
professionals warned that he exemplifies “malignant narcissism.”
before in American history has the presidential office passed into the hands of
a seditionist. And the use of this term is
appropriate. With no conception of principles or limits — “I want”
is his political creed —he mocks the rule of law at every turn.
police convention in 2017, he urged the officers in attendance to ignore their
own regulations and brutalize the people they arrest. He pardoned
ex-Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of criminal contempt of
court. He appointed Scott Pruitt to head the EPA so he could wreck
the agency and let polluters have the spree of their lives.
is fascinated by powerful dictators with little regard to human rights or
democracy. He compliments Vladimir Putin and hopes to invite that murderer
to stay in the White House. He likes Rodrigo Duterte of the
Philippines, a tyrant who subverts that nation’s democracy.
Trump certainly has the personality of a fascist. But he is not
quite as dangerous as other authoritarians in history.
first place, he lacks the fanatical vision that drove the great tyrants like
Hitler and Stalin to pursue their sick versions of utopia. He is
nothing but a grubby opportunist. He has no ideas, only
appetites. The themes that pass for ideas in the mind of
Donald Trump begin as prompts that are fed to him by others — Stephen Miller,
Sean Hannity, and (once upon a time) Steve Bannon. To be sure, he would fit
right in among the despots who tyrannize banana-republics. But that
sort of a political outcome in America is hard to envision at the moment.
traditions — though our current crisis shows some very deep flaws in our
constitutional system — are strong enough to place a limit on the damage Trump
can do. If he ordered troops to occupy the Capitol, disperse the
members of Congress, and impose martial law, the chance that commanders or
troops would carry out such orders is nil.
Americans have faced challenges before. Many say he is our very worst
president — bar none. And how tempting it is to
agree. But a short while ago, people said the same thing about
George W. Bush, who of course looks exemplary now when compared to our
of course, is a value judgment that is totally dependent on our standards for
determining “badness.” And any number of our presidents were very
bad indeed — or so it could be argued.
Andrew Jackson, with his belligerence, his simple-mindedness, his racism as
reflected in the Indian Removal Act of 1830. Take all the
pro-slavery presidents before the Civil War who tried to make the enslavement
of American blacks perpetual: John Tyler, Franklin Pierce, James
Buchanan. Take James K. Polk and his squalid war of aggression against
Mexico. Take Andrew Johnson, who did everything he could to ruin the
lives of the newly-freed blacks after Lincoln’s murder.
list could go on indefinitely, depending on our individual standards for
identifying “badness.” Shall we continue? Consider
Ulysses S. Grant and Warren G. Harding, so clueless in regard to the
comparatively easy challenge of preventing corruption among their
associates. Or consider Grover Cleveland and Herbert Hoover, who
blinded themselves to the desperation of millions in economic depressions. And
Richard Nixon, the only president to date who has resigned the office in
brings us to Trump.
incompetent or even malevolent some previous American presidents were, this one
is unique. The Trump presidency is a singular aberration, a defacement of norms
and ideals without precedent. However bad some other presidents were
all of them felt a certain basic obligation to maintain at least a semblance of
dignity and propriety in their actions.
beyond words, he lurches from one brutal whim to another, seeking gratification
in his never-ending quest to humiliate others. He spews insults in every
direction all day. He makes fun of the handicapped. He
discredits journalists in order to boost the credibility of crackpots and
psychopathic bigots. He accuses reporters of creating “fake news” so
he can generate fake news himself: spew a daily torrent of hallucinatory
lies to his gullible followers.
amuses himself — with the help of his money and the shyster lawyers that it
pays for — in getting away with a lifetime’s worth of compulsive frauds that
might very well lead to prosecutions (later) if the evidence has not been
destroyed and if the statute of limitations has not expired.
far, however, he is always too brazen to get what he deserves, too slippery for
anyone to foil.
with half of ounce of decency can see this wretched man for what he
is. They know what’s going on, and yet there’s nothing they can do
to make it stop. And that adds to Trump’s dirty
satisfaction. Any chance to out-maneuver the decent — to infuriate them —
quickens his glee. It makes his victory all the more rotten, incites
him to keep on taunting his victims.
all a big joke to Donald Trump, and he can never, ever, get enough of
question must be asked: when in our lifetimes — when in all the
years that our once-inspiring Republic has existed — have American institutions
been subjected to such treatment? How long can American morale and
cohesion survive this?
Pelosi has said that in preference to seeing Trump impeached, she would like to
see him in jail. Current Justice Department policy — which forbids
the indictment of presidents — makes it possible for Trump to break our
nation’s laws with impunity. Impeachment is useless if the Senate’s
Republicans, united in their ruthlessness and denial, take the coward’s way
prospect of locking him up may have to wait. But the day of
reckoning for this fake — this imposter who will never have a glimmer of clue
as to how to measure up to his office — may come in due time. Then
the presidential fake who accuses his victims of fakery will live with some
things that are real: stone walls, iron bars, a nice prison haircut,
and the consequences of his actions.
So no one who worked for Obama should ever be investigated?
Since January 2017, the media and other Democrats have talked about the Constitution, the rule of law, and piously intoned that no one is above the rule of law.
Yet from January 2009 to January 2017, the Constitution and rule of law were effectively suspended for President Obama and those who worked for him.
Here are some examples:
Trump did not dictatorially and unilaterally change and ignore existing immigration law. That was Obama, and Trump is trying to reverse Obama's unconstitutional action and enforce the laws Congress passed as his oath requires.
Trump did not sue states that sought to enforce immigration laws. That was Obama.
Trump did not threaten to cut off funds from Ukraine if they didn't do something specific. That was Obama and his vice president, Joe Biden. What's more, Biden said it on tape. That was quid pro quo.
The U.S. and Europe, in the 1990s, agreed to help Ukraine defend itself if it would agree to give up nuclear weapons. When Ukraine was attacked by Russia, the agreement meant nothing. Obama turned down the request. Trump didn't -- and gave them the weapons.
The U.S and Ukraine also have an agreement, a law signed by then-President Clinton, to cooperate on corruption. Obama looked the other way as Biden's son got a $50,000 per month retainer in a no-show job he knew nothing about. Biden himself threatened to cut off funds if the prosecutor investigating the company's previously corrupt dealings didn't get fired on the spot. The media didn't care about that, but it goes after Trump for looking into corruption.
Trump didn't take $1.8 billion of taxpayer money to bribe Iranian tyrants. That was Obama.
Trump did not charge eight whistleblowers with violating the Espionage Act nor did he sic the government on journalists. That was Obama. If Trump even uses the word 'spy,' the media and other Democrats accuse him of violating the law. Remember this?
As for Obama’s record, here’s what history will show: In his eight years in office, the Obama Justice Department spearheaded eight Espionage Act prosecutions, more than all US administrations combined. Journalists were also caught in the crosshairs: Investigators sought phone records for Associated Press journalists, threatened to jail an investigative reporter for The New York Times, and named a Fox News reporter a co-conspirator in a leak case. In Texas, a journalist investigating private defense contractors became the focus of a federal prosecution and was initially charged for sharing a hyperlink containing hacked information that had already been made public.
The Trump administration didn't illegally spy on thousands of Americans, including on people surrounding his political opponents as well as on reporters. That was Obama.
Trump didn't use the media to spread lies about the Iranian deal. That was Obama, according to his loyal creative-writing minion, Ben Rhodes.
Trump didn't dictatorially stop a years-long investigation by the supposedly "independent" Justice Department into drug running by terrorists sponsored by Iran. That was Obama.
Trump didn't use the IRS to violate the freedom of speech and freedom of association rights of political opponents. That was Obama.
Trump didn't violate the nation's bankruptcy laws to reward political supporters. That was Obama, rewarding unions when he used taxpayer money to bailout GM.
Trump didn't use foreign nationals as an excuse to spy on and attempt to take out a political opponent. That was the Obama administration, in collusion with the DNC and Hillary Clinton.
The Trump administration did not illegally unmask names surrounding his political opponents. That was Obama.
Trump did not give U.S. uranium operations to Russia after his Secretary of State got massive donations for her foundation and her husband got huge amounts for a single speech from Russia. That was Obama.
Trump did not whisper that he would be flexible with Russia. That was Obama.
Trump did not give a stand down order to stop investigating Russian hacking before an election. That was Obama.
Trump did not allow people to die while concocting a lie about a video to protect his political power. That was Obama (and Hillary).
Trump did not violate separation of powers by illegally stealing money more than once to pay shortfalls for Obamacare. That was Obama.
Trump did not shake down corporations and set up slush funds at EPA, Justice and CFPB to be used for political purposes and to reward political supporters. That was Obama.
Trump does not look away when sanctuary cities and states refuse to enforce immigration laws that Congress passed. That was Obama.
Trump did not willfully and illegally withhold documents from Congress for years on Fast and Furious. That was Obama.
Trump did not have an Secretary of State who continually violated the nations security laws and then made sure that she wasn't prosecuted. That was Obama. Maybe that was because Obama himself violated the laws by corresponding with her on that computer.
Trump did not have a Secretary of State handing out favors for huge foreign donations. That was Obama.
Trump did not look the other way while people named Eric Holder, James Clapper, John Brennan, Susan Rice and others committing perjury. That was Obama. People associated with Obama were always above the law while the media and other Democrats lecture the public about no one being above the law.
For eight years most of the media cheered as Obama and his administration ignored the law and Constitution and for three years, they have been searching for a crime with which to impeach Trump. They print fake stories with anonymous sources to seek reasons to impeach. They act like the Obama administration was scandal-free to intentionally mislead the public because the only thing that matters is power for Democrats.
It is truly a shame that so few in the media, in collusion with other Democrats, believe that Democrats are above the law and intentionally mislead the public by creating fake crimes for Trump.
It is a bigger shame when Republicans want to be loved by the media and other Democrats and instead of wanting to root out crimes and corruption climb on board to attack Trump.
Thank God for Trump and his tweeting because if he was not so vocal, he would have been gone by now and the corrupt media and other Democrats would be well on their way to destroying America, capitalism and our way of life. Few Republicans have the gonads that Trump has to take the cabal on the way he does.
The Kitchen-Table Case for Impeaching Trump
The president’s abuses of power are
materially hurting regular people.
After months of waiting, the House
Judiciary Committee has finally voted to open an impeachment inquiry into
President Donald Trump. With that tedious “will-they-or-won’t-they” question
out of the way, the logical next question is: can impeachment succeed? The
answer is a resounding yes. But getting there will require a strategic
reorientation away from a sluggish and legalistic examination of Trump’s
offenses via recalcitrant witnesses and toward a broader consideration of how
his systemic abuses of power have materially hurt regular people.
reticence of so many Democrats, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, to support
impeachment is based on two premises. The first is that impeachment is modestly
unpopular, which is true, so far as it goes. The second is the
conventional wisdom that impeaching President Clinton backfired on House
Look a little
closer at the second contention, however, and it quickly falls apart. The case
against Trump is vastly stronger than that against Clinton. While Clinton’s alleged
crimes were largely committed in the interest of avoiding embarrassment,
Trump’s represent clear abuses of power with malignant implications. The second
flank of the argument—that impeaching Clinton “backfired” on Republicans—is
more myth than reality. Republicans may have
lost the House in the next election cycle, but Clinton’s impeachment was a
nontrivial factor in Al Gore’s 2000 loss. Therefore, we join other observers in choosing to view this “example”
as evidence in support of impeaching Trump.
polling argument is particularly short-sighted. Voters take cues from political
leaders about how to react to political events. For months, the overwhelming
cue on impeachment from Democratic leaders like Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and Joe
Biden has been to stand down. This inhibition has created a negative feedback
loop in which impeachment-phobic lawmakers convince voters not to support
impeachment, and then point to lukewarm public support to justify their
passivity. Rinse and repeat.
after the release of the Mueller report, this message has pretty well stuck.
After all, if the special counsel’s findings were so serious, they should have
been acted on immediately, right? Much as a gourmet meal is never as good
reheated, Democrats cannot expect to ignore evidence of impeachable conduct in
the spring and have it be as fresh and tasty when zapped in the autumn. Just
take a gander at this week’s House Judiciary hearing with Corey Lewandowski to
see how unappetizing this fare has become.
Mueller report surely provided enough evidence to justify impeaching Trump on
substantive grounds, hesitant lawmakers have largely drained it of much of its
political force (and impeachment is an inherently political process).
this damage, impeachment backers will have to make opposition to impeachment
untenable with voters, thereby short-circuiting the aforementioned negative
feedback loop. That means focusing on the ways in which Trump’s corruption has
made life harder and more dangerous for millions of Americans. In other words, impeachment
should focus above all on his failure to carry out his constitutional duty under Article II, Section 1 of the
Constitution “to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” By
emphasizing how impeachment is relevant to the “kitchen-table” issues that keep
regular people up at night—like low wages or exorbitant healthcare premiums—the
House Judiciary Committee can inspire a swell of grassroots pressure that will
give reluctant legislators no choice but to back the effort.
The issues tackled in Mueller’s report,
like obstruction of justice, are removed from people’s day-to-day lives. Of
course, there is nothing inherently insufficient with such a basis for impeachment;
were it not for the Democratic leadership’s opposition, impeachment proceedings
would have begun in April. Still, more Americans agonize over how to pay back
their student loans, or whether to incur the costs of seeing a doctor when
uninsured, than discuss “the role of law.” The Mueller report, therefore.
likely strikes most Americans as “political” and is less likely to
inspire new broad-based support for impeachment.
The same goes
for the proposed lines of inquiry in Judiciary’s newly expanded investigations. The committee will
reportedly examine Trump’s alleged abuse of presidential pardons, hush-money
payments, and use of office for personal enrichment. While these scandals are
undoubtedly important, they don’t penetrate the lives of ordinary people.
mean that Democrats should not pursue any of these alleged crimes; the public
deserves to know as much as possible about any president’s corruption, and
Congress is best suited to furnish those answers. But these matters should not
sit alone at the center of the Democrats’ case for impeachment. An impeachment
inquiry is a way to control the national conversation. While bills passed by
House Democrats predictably get little attention from most of the media, an
impeachment hearing is guaranteed to achieve the scarcest political resource in
2019—the attention of voters.
platform, lawmakers have a lot to choose from. In light of recent revelations
that the number of uninsured people has risen for the first time since 2009, lawmakers might want to
start by investigating how Trump has undermined the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
You might say
that Trump’s health care moves are reprehensible, but are they really
impeachable? Ask Thaddeus Stevens, the Pennsylvania representative who was the
catalyst behind Andrew Johnson’s impeachment and the author of an article of impeachment
accusing Johnson of failing to “take care” that the Tenure of Office Act be
faithfully executed. Other articles accused Johnson of offenses including
insulting Congress and unlawfully firing his Secretary of War, but this one got
at his most serious transgression: failing to honor and enforce the laws as
Congress had intended.
Trump has made
no secret of his disdain for Obama’s healthcare law, but whether he likes it or
not, it’s his duty to administer it unless and until Congress passes a new one
or repeals it. Rather than faithfully carrying out that responsibility, Trump
has sought to destroy the law. On his first day in office, he signed an executive order directing agencies to use all of the tools at their
disposal to undermine the statute—and they have faithfully complied. His administration
also shortened the open enrollment period,
cut ACA’s advertising budget, and slashed tax credits for enrollees. Trump
is not coy about his intentions. “I have just about ended Obamacare,” he once said. Congress should
demonstrate its commitment to improving Americans’ health care access by
nailing Trump for his considerable efforts to “end” a lawful program by
executive action that he could not repeal legislatively.
other matters that need a deeper probe. Lawmakers should investigate whether
Trump’s administration has intentionally slowed the allocation of aid to Puerto
Rico. Last week, as Puerto Ricans braced for Hurricane Dorian’s potential
landfall, many did so without a proper roof over their heads, surrounded by many other reminders of
Hurricane Maria’s destruction. This hardly seems like an accident: two years
after Maria, the scandal-riddled Federal Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) has only approved funding for nine projects out of
10,000 applications. Meanwhile, in an unprecedented move, the executive branch
is holding up a Community Development Block Grant for Disaster Recovery
(CDBG-DR) headed for the U.S. territory. The administration’s refusal to
effectively administer this recovery aid is not some distant problem. Puerto
Ricans (including the diaspora living in Florida and elsewhere on the U.S.
mainland) feel it every day in the way of destroyed roads, damaged schools, the
lack of a proper roof over many of their heads, or having been forced to leave
the island altogether.
impossible to imagine that Trump’s failure “to take care” is unrelated to the
animus he has shown toward Latinx communities since the day he announced his presidential campaign. More
broadly, it is even harder to argue that a president can faithfully execute the
law under our Constitution when he openly views the government’s obligations to
people as dependent on their race or religion—as his “Muslim ban” makes
should also look into Trump’s decision to allow three unconfirmed, unqualified,
Mar-a-Lago members to essentially run the Department of Veterans’
Affairs from the resort. Has Trump’s reliance on his paying customers to run
the VA in any way hurt the millions of veterans who rely on the department’s
services each year? The public has a right to know. The House Committee on
Veterans’ Affairs opened an investigation into these
puppeteers last winter, but the administration’s stonewalling appears to
have hindered meaningful progress.
appointees have harmed regular people in myriad other ways. Take, for example,
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ failure to administer loan forgiveness
programs, even after having been ordered by a court to do so. That has left thousands
of people suffering under the crushing yoke of student loans they were promised
would be discharged. At the same time, her department’s laughable oversight of loan servicers
is delaying forgiveness for hundreds of
thousands more. Given her absolute disregard for her responsibilities as
Education Secretary, why has she not been removed? Quite clearly, Trump feels
no compunction about running afoul of his obligation to “take care” to execute
the law, even if that means flat out ignoring court orders.
House members must not only persuade
voters to embrace impeachment with the righteousness of their case, but also
with the urgency of their actions. That means issuing subpoenas far more
liberally—and suing when necessary to enforce them without delay. Indeed, the
fact that Trump admits “we are fighting all the
subpoenas” reflects acknowledgement that he is undermining Congressional
oversight, which was itself a key
element of the
third article of impeachment against Richard Nixon.
political horse sense suggests that investigating how Trump’s team is hiding
evidence of their alleged lawlessness would help generate attention to the
actions they are covering up. If pursued effectively, such a probe can impose a
steep political cost.
Congress should view its investigatory scope broadly. It should vigorously
examine as many instances of Trump’s corruption as possible. But his crimes
against the American people should sit at the center of their effort.
To treat them
as secondary, as lawmakers have done thus far, misses the larger point. The
intentional harm Trump has inflicted on Americans, whom he is tasked with
protecting, represents by far his most egregious violation of his
Constitutional oath of office. Lawmakers should respond accordingly.
PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES DONALD TRUMP: pathological
liar, swindler, con man, huckster, golfing cheat, charity foundation fraudster,
tax evader, adulterer, porn whore chaser and servant of the Saudis dictators
THE TRUMP FAMILY FOUNDATION SLUSH FUND…. Will they see
Jared’s BFF, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
(MBS), and the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, Muhammad bin Zayed (MBZ), refer to
Jared as “the clown prince.” Bone-cutter MBS assured those around him that he
had Jared “in my pocket.”
Following meetings at the White House
and also with the Kushners over their 666 Fifth Avenue property, former Qatari
Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim reported back to the emir that “the
people atop the new administration were heavily motivated by personal financial
It Is Tough To Ignore Some Of The Gross Immoral Behavior By
The President” WASHINGTON
quits as a federal judge 10 days into formal probe of her possible role in
massive family tax scam that could have ended in her impeachment
· Trump's older sister resigned as an appellate
court judge shortly after a probe opened into her involvement in a family
·10 days ago an investigation into whether
Maryanne Trump Barry violated judicial conduct rules launched
·The case was closed after Barry resigned
because retired judges are not subject to the rules
·Barry had not heard a case in two years after
transitioning to inactive shortly after Trump's inauguration
·The Trump siblings were probed after an
investigation found they were involved in a tax scheme related to the transfer
of their father's real estate empire
President Donald Trump’s older sister Maryanne Trump Barry, 82,
retired as a federal judge just days after an investigation opened into her
possible role in family tax fraud scheme.
Barry was a federal appellate judge in the
third district, which includes Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, and the
investigation could have led to her impeachment.
She had not presided over a case in more than
two years, but was still listed as an inactive senior judge in the third
district – usually the step taken before full retirement.
Barry did not give any reasons for her
The probe into the Trumps was first opened
last fall, after a New York Times investigation found the Trump siblings
engaged in tax schemes in the 1990s, including fraud, that increased their
Maryanne Trump Barry resigned as a federal
appellate judge 10 days into an investigation into whether she violated
judicial conduct rules
An investigation into the Trump siblings
opened after the New York Times reported that they transferred their father's
real estate assets improperly in the 1990s
The formal investigation into whether Barry
violated judicial conduct rules started ten days ago, but was closed after
Barry announced her retirement since retired judges are not subject to judicial
These reviews could result in the censure or
reprimand of federal judges, but in some more extreme cases, the judge could be
referred to the House of Representatives for impeachment.
It appears Barry will receive somewhere
between $184,500 and $217,600 annually, the same salary she earned when she
last met certain workload requirements before changing her status to inactive.
The Times investigation into the Trump’s
alleged that Fred Trump transferred his real estate empire profits and
ownership to his four children, including the president, Barry, brother Robert
Trump, and their sister Elizabeth Trump Grau, in ways designed to dodge gift
and estate taxes.
Barry, pictured above with sister Elizabeth
Trump Grau, was a senior inactive judge, which is the step taken usually before
full retirement, and had not heard a case in over two year.
Trump's lawyer Charles Hardner said that the
allegations made as a result of the Times' investigation is '100 per cent
false' and accused the newspaper of defamation
“The New York Times’s allegations of fraud
and tax evasion are 100 per cent false, and highly defamatory,” a lawyer for
Trump, Charles Hardner, said last October.
Barry was elevated to the United States Court
of Appeals for the Third Circuit by President Bill Clinton in 1999, and shortly
after Trump’s inauguration, in February 2017, she notified the court she would
stop hearing cases without citing a reason.
At this point she became a senior inactive
judge and gave up her staff and chambers.
TRUMP COMPARES PETE BUTTIGIEG TO MAD MAG ALFRED E NEUMAN....
Pete compares the Swamp Keeper to a conman, huckster, cheat, pathological liar,
bankrupt tax-evading phony billionaire, golf cheat, adulterer and whore chaser
with Tang-rinsed hair!
I would also go to all of the working class that are in America,
construction workers in particular. Their salaries have not just
stagnated, they have gone down in the last 20 years. These are the least among us. We are the only ones not speaking
out of self-interest. …
Most of the people who are advocating for open borders …
they have a vested in interest in having either the cheap labor or the
Democratic voters. Their neighborhoods aren’t the ones being
overwhelmed. They get the cheap maids, the cheap nannies,
and then they strut around like they’re Martin Luther King.
No, you are talking in your
self-interest, Chamber of Commerce, and Koch brothers, and Nancy Pelosi, and
Chuck Schumer. It’s Donald Trump and our side who are actually
caring about our fellow Americans — the kids who are getting addicted to black
tar heroin. …
The heroin problem in this country is 100 percent a problem of not
having a wall on the border. And 70,000 Americans are dying every year. That’s
more that died in the entire Vietnam War. That is a national emergency.
Trump is steadily moving in the precise opposite direction of what he promised.
Illegal immigration is on track to hit the highest levels in
more than a decade, and Trump has willfully decided to keep amnesty advocates
Jared, Ivanka, Mick Mulvaney, Marc Short, and Mercedes Schlapp in the White
House. For all his talk about immigration, did he ever consider hiring people
who share his MAGA vision?
THE TRUMP FAMILY FOUNDATION SLUSH FUND…. Will they see jail?
latest ad from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) asks Trump
to reject the mass illegal and legal immigration policies supported by Wall
Street, corporate executives, and most specifically, the GOP mega-donor Koch
Efforts by the big business
lobby, Chamber of Commerce, Koch brothers, and George W. Bush Center include
increasing employment-based legal immigration that would likely crush the historic wage gains that Trump has delivered
for America’s blue collar and working class citizens.
Zuckerberg’s Silicon Valley investors are uniting with the Koch network’s
consumer and industrial investors to demand a huge DACA amnesty
A handful of
Republican and Democrat lawmakers are continuing to tout a plan that gives
amnesty to nearly a million illegal aliens in exchange for some amount of
funding for President Trump’s proposed border wall along the U.S.-Mexico
THE DEATH OF THE
THE ASSAULT ON THE AMERICAN WORKER BY
PHONY POPULIST SWAMP KEEPER TRUMP
Companies say they often pay good
wages to their imported H-2B workers, often around $15 per hour. But that price
is below the wages sought by Americans for the seasonal work which leaves them
jobless in the off-season. The lower wages paid to H-2Bs also allows companies
to pay lower wages to their American supervisors. NEIL MUNRO
WHAT WILL TRUMP AND
HIS PARASITIC FAMILY DO FOR MONEY???
JOHN DEAN: Not
so far. This has been right by the letter of the special counsel’s charter.
He’s released the document. What I’m looking for is relief and
understanding that there’s no witting or unwitting likelihood that the
President is an agent of Russia. That’s when I’ll feel comfortable, and no
evidence even hints at that. We don’t have that yet. We’re still in the process
of unfolding the report to look at it. And its, as I say, if [Attornery General
William Barr] honors his word, we’ll know more soon.
“Our entire crony capitalist system, Democrat and
Republican alike, has become a kleptocracy approaching par with
third-world hell-holes. This is the way a great country is raided by
its elite.” ---- Karen McQuillan AMERICAN THINKER
In fact, Trump is steadily moving in the precise opposite
direction of what he promised.
Illegal immigration is on track to hit the highest levels in
more than a decade, and Trump has willfully decided to keep amnesty advocates
Jared, Ivanka, Mick Mulvaney, Marc Short, and Mercedes Schlapp in the White
House. For all his talk about immigration, did he ever consider hiring people
who share his MAGA vision?
TRUMP’S CATCH AND RELEASE… all the “cheap” labor climbing our
borders, jobs and welfare lines!
THE ENTIRE REASON TRUMP
NOMINATED KIRSTJEN NIELSEN WAS BECAUSE OF HER LONG HISTORY OF ADVOCATING OPEN
BORDERS TO KEEP WAGES DEPRESSED!
In newly confirmed federal data from the Immigration and Customs
Enforcement (ICE) agency, Breitbart News has learned the massive scale and
scope of DHS’s ramped up Catch and Release policy.
For months, DHS officials have said privately that the Catch and
Release program has been taken to new heights, while ICE
union officials declared this week that the program was
in “overdrive” under the direction of DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.JOHN BINDER
TRUMP AND THE MURDERING 9-11 MUSLIM SAUDIS…
Why is the Swamp Keeper and his family of parasites up their
alleged comment is maddening and disheartening,
but at least he's being straightforward about his indefensible
and self-serving neglect. I'll leave you with this reminder of the scope of the problem, not that anyone in
power is going to do a damn thing about it."
THE RICH APPLAUD TWITTER’S
TRUMP’S TAX CUTS FOR THE SUPER RICH!
Fox News host Tucker
Carlson said in an interview Thursday that President Donald Trump has succeeded
as a conversation starter but has failed to keep his most important campaign
“His chief promises were
that he would build the wall, de-fund Planned Parenthood, and repeal Obamacare,
and he hasn’t done any of those things,” Carlson told Urs Gehriger of the Swiss weekly Die Weltwoche.
TRUMP POSITIONS HIMSELF FOR IMPEACHMENT
MAY LEAVE THE COUNTRY FOR HIS GOLF COURSE IN
“Truthfully, It Is Tough To Ignore Some Of The Gross Immoral
Behavior By The President” WASHINGTON POST
“Mueller and the anti-Trump camp within the ruling elite know
very well that the billionaire New York real estate and gambling
speculator-turned president is mired in criminal activity, which is certain to
be reflected in the material seized from Cohen. They have Trump by the throat,
and Trump knows it.”
“Our entire crony capitalist system, Democrat and Republican
alike, has become a kleptocracy approaching par with third-world
hell-holes. This is the way a great country is raided by its elite.”
----Karen McQuillan AMERICAN THINKER
Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen testified before the House Oversight
Committee Wednesday that the “whole Trump family” was potentially
comprised by a foreign power ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
"Trump's alleged comment is
maddening and disheartening, but at least he's being straightforward
about his indefensible and self-serving neglect. I'll leave you
with this reminder of the
scope of the problem, not that anyone in power is going to do a damn thing
The Mexican Invasion & Occupation