Saturday, June 17, 2017

Obama was hoping the US could prop up Cuba & save the Communist regime--now @realDonaldTrump is pulling the rug out from under it























Father of North Korea prisoner Otto Warmbier:
The Obama admin told us to keep quiet,
Trump got our son back.





TRUMP APPROVAL HITS 50%



Friday, June 16, 2017

Democrat shooter who targeted Republicans had an assassination list in pocket. Premeditated, radicalized by media.



The GOP Congress Better Get Its Act Together, Or It’s Sunk





'We're sorry': New York Times FINALLY issues correction to editorial after controversy



The day after The New York Times ran with one of the most sickening editorials in recent memory – a repulsive stew of lies directed at former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin – Palin fired back on Facebook.
With this sickening NYT's editorial, the media is doing exactly what I said yesterday should not be done. Despite commenting as graciously as I could on media coverage of yesterday's shooting, alas, today a perversely biased media's knee-jerk blame game is attempting to destroy innocent people with lies and more fake news. As I said yesterday, I'd hoped the media had collectively matured since the last attack on a Representative when media coverage spewed blatant lies about who was to blame. There's been no improvement. The NYT has gotten worse. - SP


David French of the National Review penned an editorial on Thursday slamming the New York Times for the Editorial Board piece on Gov. Sarah Palin, calling it “borderline libelous.”

“It is extraordinarily cruel, vicious, and—above all—dishonest,” French said.











Camille Paglia: Schumer let the Dems "spin out of control in a nationwide orgy of rage and spite"















Even at the #CongressionalBaseballGame CNN spreads fake news to push a narrative to their viewers. Disgusting!

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Prosecutors say man arrested w/ guns at Trump Hotel came back to DC, posted online about the baseball shooting



The Pennsylvania man arrested in May on firearms charges at the Trump International Hotel in Washington came back to DC on Thursday — a violation of his release order — and posted photos to Facebook of newspaper headlines about Wednesday's shooting at a GOP baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, next to a black bag with unknown contents, according to a prosecutor in the case.

The prosecutor also said the defendant, Bryan Moles, left a "menacing" voicemail for a female witness after he was released from jail....

Moles was arrested on May 31 after allegedly checking in to the Trump Hotel with two firearms in his car — a handgun and a semi-automatic rifle. Before arriving in DC, police said that he left voicemails with an acquaintance saying that he was coming to Washington to meet with President Trump, and that he would go to the White House and stay there until he met with the president. According to police, Moles said that his goal was to bring down the pharmaceutical industry.

One of the conditions of release ordered by Meriweather was that Moles give up any guns he had at his home in Pennsylvania. According to the government's court filings this week, officers recovered a number of weapons, including five long firearms, a machete, and ammunition.

Moles' next court appearance in US District Court for the District of Columbia is scheduled for June 22.

BREAKING: Hospital Releases First Update on Scalise in 24 Hours





Earlier today, Congressman Steve Scalise underwent a second surgery related to his internal injuries and a broken bone in his leg. He remains in critical condition, but has improved in the last 24 hours. The Congressman will require additional operations, and will be in the hospital for some time. At the request of the family, we will continue to provide periodic updates.

'LET'S PLAY BALL!'









































"The left didn't care when @HillaryClinton's @StateDept sold the Russians - THE RUSSIANS - 20% of our uranium production."

I was not elected to continue a failed system. I was elected to change it. All of us in government service were elected to solve the problems that have plagued our nation. We are here to think big, to act boldly, and to rise above the petty partisan squabbling of Washington D.C.



Remarks by President Trump on Regulatory Relief

Department of Transportation
Washington, D.C.

June 09, 2017 11:40 A.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, Secretary Chao. Thank you, everybody. This is very nice, by the way. Beautiful. I want to really thank you. You have been so amazing as the leader of this department, and the progress is being made so quickly. Leaders and officials gathered here from across the country have all praised the work that the Secretary is doing to create a safe, modern and reliable transportation system for the United States and for its great, great, great people.

I also want to thank Secretary Zinke for the fantastic job he’s doing at the Department of the Interior to clear the way for new infrastructure and economic development.

Both Secretary Chao and Zinke joined us at the White House yesterday for a meeting with state and local leaders to develop plans to replace America’s decaying infrastructure and construct new roads, rails, pipelines, tunnels, and bridges all across our nation.

We are here today to focus on solving one of the biggest obstacles to creating this new and desperately needed infrastructure, and that is the painfully slow, costly, and time-consuming process of getting permits and approvals to build. And I also knew that from the private sector. It is a long, slow, unnecessarily burdensome process.

Alexandria: a wake up call for the left says @Rogerlsimon





Wednesday, June 14, 2017

GUNMAN: 'Are Those Republicans or Democrats Out There?' SHOOTING AT CONGRESSIONAL BASEBALL GAME











































Being a daring, subversive Marxist is one thing but annoying Delta Airlines is quite another.



...Delta Airlines and Bank of America pulled out of their sponsorship of New York’s Public Theater on Sunday over a production of “Julius Caesar” that reimagines the main character as President Trump.

…Delta, which donates between $100,000 and $499,000 annually, according to Deadline, pulled its sponsorship Sunday afternoon.

Their artistic and creative direction crossed the line on the standards of good taste. We have notified them of our decision to end our sponsorship as the official airline of The Public Theater effective immediately.”

Bank of America, one of The Public Theaters’s dozen corporate sponsors, offered similar reasoning.

“Bank of America supports art programs worldwide, including an 11-year partnership with The Public Theater and Shakespeare in the Park,” a spokeswoman told the Daily News. “The Public Theater chose to present Julius Caesar in a way that was intended to provoke and offend. Had this intention been made known to us, we would have decided not to sponsor it.”

Of course, some of the play’s backers remain. For example, CNN and its parent company Time Warner. In fact, plagiarizer and CNN host Fareed Zakaria raved about play!



The emerging cultural rule seems clear enough: Oppose the president if you wish, but avoid violent imagery, even in jest, and you don’t get a pass if you launder your murder fantasies through Shakespeare. Showing the president’s head cut off, or having him stabbed on stage every night, isn’t going to be condoned by corporate America. The Public Theater, which produces the Shakespeare in the Park plays, has been suddenly reminded that it receives city, state, and federal grants. Take public money and you’re answerable to the public. (The National Endowment stresses that it didn’t support this particular production but continues to support the Public Theater, a distinction that may not impress you given that the director of Julius Caesar and the artistic director of the Public Theater are the same person.)

So subdued was the theater world as the news about Delta spread that Sunday night’s Tony awards turned out to be almost completely Trump-free. The evening was notably short on impassioned pleas, i.e., shrill grandstanding. What jokes were directed at Trump were few and mostly mild and there were even a couple of moments of (arguably) pro-Trump humor. The host, Kevin Spacey, mentioned the longtime voice of CNN, James Earl Jones, who received an honorary award, as “the most trusted name in fake news,” then later did a bit in character as Bill Clinton in which he mocked Hillary Clinton’s e-mail debacle...







"Tired of women who act tough and full of attitude revert to whining about unfairness if their discourteousness is reciprocated."









Tuesday, June 13, 2017

A good day to remind everyone that AG Eric Holder ran guns to Mexico, lied to Congress about it, was found in contempt & never prosecuted.



FEC report: Mueller's team includes big Democrat donors.

DNC Hackers Targeted Conservative Heritage Foundation Before Election



Constitutional lawyer completely destroys liberal Trump ‘obstruction’ narrative live on MSNBC

1.9 Million Obamacare Cancellations: Most cite high costs and insurers dropping coverage



Attorney General Jeff Sessions testimony before Senate Intelligence Committee





COTTON: Well, I am on this side of the dais, so I can say a very simple question that should be asked. I am on the side of the dais, so a very simple question that should be asked is, did Donald Trump or any of his associates in the campaign collude with Russia in hacking those e-mails and releasing them to the public? That's where we started six months ago. We've now heard six of the eight Democrats on this committee, and to my knowledge I don't think a single one of them asked that question? They've gone down lots of other rabbit trails, but not that question.

Maybe that is because Jim Comey said last week, as he said to Donald Trump, told him three times, he assured him he was not under investigation. Maybe it's because multiple Democrats on this committee have stated that they have seen no evidence thus far after six months of our investigation and 10 months -- or 11 months of an FBI investigation of any such collusion....

COTTON: Do you like Jason Bourne or James Bond movies?

SESSIONS: No. (LAUGHTER)

SESSIONS: Yes. I do.

COTTON: Have -- have you ever in any of these fantastical situations hear of a plot line so ridiculous that a sitting United States Senator and an ambassador of a foreign government colluded at an open setting with hundreds of other people to pull off the greatest caper in the history of (inaudible)?

SESSIONS: Thank you for saying that, Senator Cotton. It's just like "Through the Looking Glass." I mean, what is this? I explained how, in good faith, I said I had not met with Russians because they were suggesting I as a surrogate had been meeting continuously with Russians. I said I didn't meet with them.

And now the next thing you know, I'm accused of some reception, plotting some sort of influence campaign for the American election. It's just beyond my capability to understand, and I really appreciate, Mr. Chairman, the opportunity to at least, to be able to say publicly, I didn't participate in that and know nothing about it.





















Pro-Trump shirts censored in high school yearbook







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Monday, June 12, 2017

WATCH: Trump at risk from Comey/Mueller team. Sessions also should not testify















...One of the few media outlets that has consistently expressed skepticism about Comey is the Wall Street Journal. When he was nominated by President Barack Obama to be FBI director in 2013, they presciently wrote a piece headlined, “The Political Mr. Comey: Obama’s FBI nominee has a record of prosecutorial excess and bad judgment.” The article described even then Comey’s “media admirers” and a “media fan base” that refused to ask him tough questions. But the Journal had concerns:
Any potential FBI director deserves scrutiny, since the position has so much power and is susceptible to ruinous misjudgments and abuse. That goes double with Mr. Comey, a nominee who seems to think the job of the federal bureaucracy is to oversee elected officials, not the other way around, and who had his own hand in some of the worst prosecutorial excesses of the last decade....
You might remember Martha Stewart being sent to jail. You might not remember that James Comey was the man who put her there, and not because he was able to charge her for anything he began investigating her for. The original investigation was into whether Stewart had engaged in insider trading. They didn’t even try to get her on that charge. Gene Healy wrote about it in 2004, warning about federal prosecutorial overreach:
Comey didn’t charge Stewart with insider trading. Instead, he claimed that Stewart’s public protestations of innocence were designed to prop up the stock price of her own company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and thus constituted securities fraud. Stewart was also charged with making false statements to federal officials investigating the insider trading charge — a charge they never pursued. In essence, Stewart was prosecuted for “having misled people by denying having committed a crime with which she was not charged,” as Cato Institute Senior Fellow Alan Reynolds put it.
The pursuit was described as “vindictive” in the New York Times and “petty and vindictive” in The Daily Beast.

But she still served a five-month prison sentence....



A year ago, then Attorney General Loretta Lynch tried editing ISIS out of the Orlando Pulse attack

"This fake FaceBook page puts my family in danger, incites campus violence. FB won't remove it. People think it's real and have called police"













Sunday, June 11, 2017

An inspirational message from @jaketapper to his (now) fellow @dartmouthalumni



Will the #ParisAgreement exit bring more rational climate policies in our future?

London Bridge jihad mass murderer applied for a SECURITY job at Wimbledon, suspected plot to blow up Wimbledon

Pigs fly: Dianne Feinstein says Congress needs to investigate whether Loretta Lynch covered for Clinton campaign



#HisNameWasSethRich (w/updates)

In case you are interested in the #SethRich case:



There are many questions yet to be answered in the Seth Rich Murder case... in case you're following the case, these are some of those questions:





1) Seth Rich on the night of July 9th apparently went to Lou's City Bar in Washington D.C. The bar was showing UFC 200 that night. #SethRich

2) Seth Rich according to Lou's City Bar Staff, was drunker than normal that night, and didn't seem like himself. #HisNameWasSethRich

3) Seth Rich according to Lou's City Bar personnel sat in his normal seat by himself that night. UFC 200 would have packed the bar IMO..

4) According to Bar Owner Joe Capone in a September Interview with Crime Watch, he offered Seth Rich a ride home, or a cab. Seth declined.

If you were at Lou's City Bar on the night of July 9th, 2016. Please contact my team. We would like to know if you saw Seth Rich that night.

5) Seth Rich according to Joe Capone, said he was going to go somewhere else, and then go home. Seth Rich never made it home #SethRichMurder

6) Joe Capone in an Interview 3 weeks ago with George Webb stated that he wasn't at the bar the night Seth Rich died. Joe, please explain?

7) Joe Capone visited the White House 4 days before the murder of Seth Rich on July 6th, according to the White House Logs. #SethRichMurder

8) We would love to hear from Joe Capone on how he's given two different stories about that nights events. Why Joe Why? #HisNameWasSethRich

9) Seth Rich was an American Hero. The DNC has put it into the Rich Families head that Bernie supporters and Trump supporters are attacking

10) Nothing could be further from the truth. Seth Rich was a Hero, and uncovered more DNC and Clinton Corruption #HisNameWasSethRich

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