Key Trump Spokesman Calls Plans For A Wall/Deportation A Big Show

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Key Trump Surrogate Admits Border Wall And Deportations Are A YUGE SCAM

[NOTE: Origin of article from months ago, but no change or correction mentioned since then, and this IS from one of Trump’s key mouth-pieces.]

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Rep. Chris Collins was the first member of Congress to endorse Donald Trump. Since then he’s become, rather obviously, quite important to the campaign, and is one of their key surrogates in the media. In an interview with the The Buffalo News yesterday, Trump critical ally, first endorser, and top media surrogate told the media outlet that Trump’s big sell items, the “big, beautiful wall” and his “kick them out” policy are just a big show.

“I have called it a virtual wall,” Collins told the paper. “Maybe we will be building a wall over some aspects of it; I don’t know.”

A virtual wall. That is not what the Donald promised. You know what else he didn’t promise? Fake deportations.

“I call it a rhetorical deportation of 12 million people,” Collins said.

He then gestured toward a door in his Capitol Hill office.

“They go out that door, they go in that room, they get their work papers, Social Security number, then they come in that door, and they’ve got legal work status but are not citizens of the United States,” Collins said. “So there was a virtual deportation as they left that door for processing and came in this door.”

Collins added: “We’re not going to put them on a bus, and we’re not going to drive them across the border.”

Virtual wall? Rhetorical deportation? Dude. Actual laugh.
No big beautiful wall. No 12 million deportations. No self-funding. No refusing big billionaire donors. No more trashing of Goldman Sachs. No more opposition to raising the minimum wage. Heck he’s not even standing by his list of SCOTUS nominees from yesterday!

Collins, probably suddenly realizing what his mouth just told a reporter, quickly backtracked saying he doesn’t speak for the Orange and Terrible Majesty, but that’s a bunch of crap.

“I’m not speaking for Donald,” Collins said. Oh I beg to differ. “Those were my opinions.” Sure. And we know why they are your opinions. You’d have to be a total idiot to think that this isn’t based on his own first-hand knowledge of exactly how seriously Donald takes his own campaign pillow talk. Which means of course that Trump fans will definitely think that.

Of course he’s not going to stand by his wall or his deportations. That was never going to happen and he knew it. And Collins knows it. Everybody does. Except for the people who mistakenly trusted him and who he is continuing to betray.

What a mess.

 

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Since then Trump has said that, indeed, there would be a wall, or a fence in certain areas, or where there were “mountains and vicious rivers” nothing, and  the U.S. taxpayer WILL pay for it, NOT Mexico?…Hmm, so, is it still just a virtual wall??  Read here:

 

Donald Trump admits US taxpayer will fund his border wall… but claims Mexico will repay costs

President Trump will reportedly seek funding as soon as April for the estimated $14 billion (£11 billion) project

[NOTE: April IS OVER DT!!! NO action on YOUR #1 Campaign PROMISE!!]
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He did not clarify how he intended to force the Mexican government to repay the US.

It follows a string of similar reversals for the incoming leader. In October, he suggested for the first time that Mexico would reimburse the US for the cost of the wall, and in November, he admitted certain areas would likely be a “fence”

In December, he claimed parts of the wall he pledged to build would not be needed due to “mountains” and “vicious rivers” in some areas… 

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But…weren’t we warned by Trump himself about his love of lying?

 

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Yeah, we were warned…

 

 -Rev. Larry Walenmeyer.

The Dark Secrets Of The Trump-Putin Ties

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These are Trump’s ties to Russia

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Ret. Gen. Michael Flynn
Flynn, whom Trump selected as the next US national security adviser, appears to have a very favorable view of more friendly US-Russia relations.
In December 2015, Flynn traveled to Moscow and sat next to Putin at a gala for the Russian news channel RT. He believes the US and Russia should team up and work together more efficiently to fight ISIS.

Flynn did, however, express concern regarding the Edward Snowden leak and what intelligence Russia may be able to obtain from those documents.

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Gen. Michael “Mikhail” Flynn was forced to resign due to both 1) his many, tangled ties to Russia, Putin and the KGB, and 2) his trying to hide and lying about it. But there may be other “shoes to drop” in the DT “inner sanctum”…

Not just Flynn: Here are 4 more Trump loyalists with troubling ties to Putin’s Russia

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On the heels of Gen. Michael Flynn’s resignation, after he was found to have lied to Vice President Mike Pence about what he discussed with Russia, many are asking questions about other Russian ties in the White House.

1. Jack Kingston:

Former Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) was in Moscow in December meeting with American business leaders to discuss what changes are forthcoming in the relationship between the two nations, Raw Story reported.

“Trump can look at sanctions,” Kingston told NPR during his overseas visit. “They’ve been in place long enough. Has the desired result been reached? He doesn’t have to abide by the Obama foreign policy. That gives him a fresh start.”

Kingston served as an advisor to Trump on the campaign and is currently a paid Republican commentator to CNN and in an interview with Jake Tapper, he revealed he works for a law firm that has offices in Russia but claimed he was there as a private citizen.

2. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson:

Previously named “Friend to Putin,” Tillerson learned that doing business in Russia means being on good terms with the country’s president, Politico reported. It was his job as the company’s manager of Exxon’s accounts in Russia to appease the leader and ultimately scored him the position as CEO of Exxon.

Alexey Pushkov, the head of the foreign affairs committee in the lower house of Russian parliament, said naming Tillerson as Secretary of State would be a “sensation,” continuing Tillerson has “a lot of experience working with Russia.”

During his confirmation hearing, the decade and a half relationship Tillerson has with Russia prompted senators to ask if he considers Putin to be a “war criminal” given his history of support for the Assad regime.

He was also hammered on whether he would consider sanctions if the Russians were found to have hacked the U.S. elections. He refused to answer. When it came to being asked about lobbying efforts on behalf of Exxon against Russian sanctions, Tillerson strategically meandered around the truth.

“I have never lobbied against sanctions personally… to my knowledge, Exxon never directly lobbied against sanctions,” Tillerson told the confirmation committee. It turns out that claim was false. Government lobbying records show his company paid the Nickles Group over $193,000 in 2014 and 2015 to talk about “issues related to Russian sanctions impacting the energy sector,” Politifact reported.

It’s still unclear what Tillerson knew about what Gen. Michael Flynn told to the Russian government and when. As Secretary of State, he should be informed on every facet of foreign policy coming out of the White House.

 

3. Steve Bannon:

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told a gathering of European conservatives in 2014 “we, the Judeo-Christian West, really have to look at what [Putin]’s talking about as far as traditionalism goes — particularly the sense of where it supports the underpinnings of nationalism,” the Washington Post reported.

That was the same year that Trump was hailed as “the American Putin” by Russian nationalist Alexander Dugin, a philosopher generally referred to as “Putin’s Rasputin” by Breitbart. Dugin’s beliefs on the evils of liberalism have been quoted by Bannon and other far-right leaders, The Chicago Tribune reported.

“The Russian ‘equivalent’ of Trump putting Bannon on his security council would be if Putin did the same with Dugin,” former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul annotated in a blog post.

4. President Donald Trump:

In the words of former Sen. Howard Baker (R-TN), “What did the president know and when did he know it?” Baker asked that question during the 1973 Watergate hearing that investigated the cover-up that extended all the way to the office of the president.

When Trump made his first major foreign policy speech in April, Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak was seated on the front row. On the same day that Flynn was talking to the Russian ambassador, prior to the inauguration, Trump tweeted that it was a great move on Putin’s part to delay reaction to U.S. sanctions. Acting Attorney General Sally Yates reportedly told the White House counsel that Flynn gave misleading statements about what he discussed with the Russians. According to the Washington Post, Yates further warned that his lies were so egregious that Flynn opened himself up to possible Russian blackmail because Russia knew he lied to his superiors. The White House never made any corrections to their statements and the White House has not revealed what Trump knew and when he knew it.

When Trump was asked about the report aboard Air Force One on Friday, he claimed he’d not heard the reports about Flynn but would look into it. It took him a full three days to do so, while Flynn was sitting in national security briefings just hours before he resigned.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) held dozens of hearings on Benghazi under the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. But when asked if he would be investigating Flynn, Chaffetz told reporters that there was no need because “It’s taking care of itself.”

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Donald Trump’s Many, Many, Many, Many Ties to Russia

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When asked about this, and his affection for Russian president Vladimir Putin, Trump said any inference that a connection exists between the two is absurd and the stuff of conspiracy. “I have ZERO investments in Russia,” he tweeted after the Democratic National Committee was apparently hacked by Russia and the emails released by Wiki Leaks on the eve of the DNC convention to nominate Clinton as its 2016 presidential candidate.

Most of the coverage of the links between Trump and Putin’s Russia takes the GOP presidential nominee at his word—that he has lusted after a Trump tower in Moscow, and come up spectacularly short. But Trump’s dodge—that he has no businesses in Russia, so there is no connection to Putin—is a classic magician’s trick. Show one idle hand, while the other is actually doing the work.

The truth, as several columnists and reporters have painstakingly shown since the first hack of a Clinton-affiliated group took place in late May or early June, is that several of Trump’s businesses outside of Russia are entangled with Russian financiers inside Putin’s circle.

So, yes, it’s true that Trump has failed to land a business venture inside Russia. But the real truth is that, as major banks in America stopped lending him money following his many bankruptcies, the Trump organization was forced to seek financing from non-traditional institutions. Several had direct ties to Russian financial interests in ways that have raised eyebrows. What’s more, several of Trump’s senior advisors have business ties to Russia or its satellite politicians.

“The Trump-Russia links beneath the surface are even more extensive,” Max Boot wrote in the Los Angeles Times. “Trump has sought and received funding from Russian investors for his business ventures, especially after most American banks stopped lending to him following his multiple bankruptcies.”

What’s more, three of Trump’s top advisors all have extensive financial and business ties to Russian financiers, wrote Boot, the former editor of the Op Ed page of the Wall Street Journal and now a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Trump’s de facto campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was a longtime consultant to Viktor Yanukovich, the Russian-backed president of Ukraine who was overthrown in 2014. Manafort also has done multimillion-dollar business deals with Russian oligarchs. Trump’s foreign policy advisor Carter Page has his own business ties to the state-controlled Russian oil giant Gazprom. … Another Trump foreign policy advisor, retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, flew to Moscow last year to attend a gala banquet celebrating Russia Today, the Kremlin’s propaganda channel, and was seated at the head table near Putin.

…The most obvious example is Trump Soho, a complicated web of financial intrigue that has played out in court. A lawsuit claimed that the business group, Bayrock, underpinning Trump Soho was supported by criminal Russian financial interests. While its initial claim absolved Trump of knowledge of those activities, Trump himself later took on the group’s principal partner as a senior advisor in the Trump organization.

“Tax evasion and money-laundering are the core of Bayrock’s business model,” the lawsuit said of the financiers behind Trump Soho. The financing came from Russian-affiliated business interests that engaged in criminal activities, it said. “(But) there is no evidence Trump took any part in, or knew of, their racketeering.”

Journalists who’ve looked at the Bayrock lawsuit, and Trump Soho, wonder why Trump was involved at all. “What was Trump thinking entering into business with partners like these?” Franklin Foer wrote in Slate. “It’s a question he has tried to banish by downplaying his ties to Bayrock.”…

…There are other Russian business ties to the Trump organization as well. Trump’s first real estate venture in Toronto, Canada, was a partnership with two Russian-Canadian entrepreneurs, Toronto Life reported in 2013.

“The hotel’s developer, Talon International, is run by Val Levitan and Alex Shnaider, two Russian-Canadian entrepreneurs. Levitan made his fortune manufacturing slot machines and creating bank note validation technology, and Shnaider earned his in the post-glasnost steel trade,” it reported.

Finally, for all of his denials of Russian ties lately, Trump has boasted in the past of his many meetings with Russian oligarchs. During one trip to Moscow, Trump bragged that they all showed up to meet him to discuss projects around the globe. “Almost all of the oligarchs were in the room” just to meet with him, Trump said at the time.

And when Trump built a tower in Panama, his clients were wealthy Russians, the Washington Post reported. “Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia,” Trump’s son, Donald Jr., said at a real estate conference in 2008, according to a trade publication, eTurboNews…

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It is increasingly looking like America “elected” NOT their “saviour”, NOT even America’s First Socialist/Marxist President (that distinction goes to Woodrow Wilson), no, it is increasingly looking like America elected their first foreign groomed, Marxist TRAITOR as their President.

Again, let me say that I get NO satisfaction in repeatedly saying that WE TRIED TO WARN YOU.

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

An Argument FOR The Ban On Muslim Immigration.

THE MYTH OF MUSLIM RADICALIZATION

Radicalization begins at home. It begins in the mosque. It just ends with ISIS.

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After some of its quarter of a million Muslims headed to join ISIS, Quebec decided the answer was a $2 million anti-radicalization center headed by a specialist in cultural sensitivity. But if you’re about to be beheaded by a masked ISIS Jihadist, a specialist in cultural sensitivity isn’t going to help you much.

Western governments nevertheless keep rolling out their culturally sensitive approaches to fighting ISIS.

The key element in Obama’s strategy for fighting ISIS isn’t the F-15E Strike Eagle, it’s a Twitter account run by a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer which claims to “Counter Violent Extremism” by presenting moderate Islamists like Al Qaeda as positive role models for the Islamic State’s social media supporters. [NOTE: Um, who in their right mind thinks and calls Al Qaeda “Moderate”?!!]

So far 75% of planes flown on combat missions against ISIS return without engaging the enemy, but the culturally sensitive State Department Twitter account has racked up over 5,000 tweets and zero kills.

Cultural sensitivity hasn’t exactly set Iraq on fire in fighting ISIS and deradicalization programs here start from the false premise that there is a wide gap between a moderate and extremist Islam.  Smiling news anchors daily recite new stories about a teenager from Kentucky, Boston or Manchester getting “radicalized” and joining ISIS to the bafflement of his parents, mosque and community.

And who is to blame for all this mysterious radicalization? It’s not the parents. It certainly can’t be the moderate local mosque with its stock of Jihadist CDs and DVDs being dispensed from under the table.

The attorney for the family of Usaama Rahim, the Muslim terrorist who plotted to behead Pamela Geller, claims that his radicalization came as a “complete shock” to them.

It must have come as a truly great shock to his brother Imam Ibrahim Rahim who claimed that his brother was shot in the back and that the Garland cartoon attack had been staged by the government.

It must have come as an even bigger shock to Imam Abdullah Faaruuq, the Imam linked to Usaama Rahim and his fellow terrorist conspirators, as well as the Tsarnaev brothers, who had urged Muslims to “grab onto the gun and the sword.”

The culturally insensitive truth about Islamic ‘radicalization’ is that it is incremental.

There is no peaceful Islam. Instead of two sharply divided groups, peaceful Islam and extremist Islam, there is a spectrum of acceptable terrorism…

…The latest tragic victim of radicalization is Munther Omar Saleh; a Muslim man living in New York City who allegedly plotted to use a Tsarnaev-style pressure cooker bomb in a major landmark such as the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building. Saleh claimed to be following orders from ISIS.

Media coverage of the Saleh arrest drags out the old clichés about how unexpected this sudden radicalization was, but what appears to be his father’s social media account shows support for Hamas.

Likewise one of Usaama Rahim’s fellow mosque attendees said that Rahim and another conspirator had initially followed the “teachings of the Muslim Brotherhood” but that he had been forced to cut ties with them when they moved past the Brotherhood and became “extreme”.

Despite the media’s insistence on describing the Muslim Brotherhood as a moderate organization, it has multiple terrorist arms, including Hamas, and its views on non-Muslims run the gamut from the violent to the genocidal. 

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Let me take Two “Money Quotes” from this as a Question and Answer for a REAL look at Islam:

1) There is no peaceful Islam. Instead of two sharply divided groups, peaceful Islam and extremist Islam, there is a spectrum of acceptable terrorism, 

So, what  IS that “spectrum of acceptable terrorism” ?

2) The Muslim Brotherhood, so-called “Moderate Islam”, has multiple terrorist arms, including Hamas, and its views on non-Muslims run the gamut from the violent to the genocidal. 

For those not able, or not wanting to make the connection let me make it even clearer:

There is NO peaceful Islam. ONLY a “spectrum of ACCEPTABLE TERRORISM” that runs from VIOLENT to GENOCIDAL!!     

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You don’t believe me?

The thought of branding any “religion” as vile, violent and genocidal makes you squeamish?

Eh, I’ve plenty of proof…


Iran and North Korea's Nuclear Threat Increasing is leading us to believe there might be cooperation.
AND SO DOES IRAN…

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Iran. If their “Death To America” chants and latest missile launches weren’t enough, we now have North Korea’s nuclear threat increasing. As a result of their recent nuclear test, our Dear Leader has “condemned” Pyongyang, however, he did not do the same with Tehran. Both of these isolationist countries are advancing their nuclear tech at an alarming rate. What I find more alarming, though, is that most major news outlets don’t even beg to question that the two nations are working together.

Let’s start with the year 2007. An article from The Daily Mail nodded at the 2002 State Of The Union speech where George Bush had said Iran and North Korea formed an “axis of evil” along with Iraq. They had, at that point in time, been seeking plans for over a decade to be a state sponsor for terrorism. Now, fast forward almost fifteen years later. Iran has been planning and making deals with North Korea for over two decades.

I sit here, being 25 years old, and I can’t help but think: in my lifetime, nothing has been done about this. And outside of the Iraq War, I’m correct.

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So, I SUPPORT Trump’s ban on Muslim immigration…but…there’s more… 

Iran and North Korea have not only helped each other, BUT both have been aided by Russia and China. Hmmm….

Now, HERE is where we, America, have a BIG problem.

Trump might come down hard on China, might. Though he has already backed away from recognising Taiwan/China.

BUT, here is the “fly in the ointment” so to speak. Even though it has been grossly under covered in the news, it HAS been strongly and clearly established that Trump is deeply, entangled and ensnared with Putin, Russian and the Russian mob. See HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, AND HERE.

That may cause Trump to balk, to hesitate, and in a game of nuclear WW III that is a recipe for defeat, even annihilation.

ALL this was known and knowable to anyone who dared to look and listen.

The fact that so many otherwise sane Conservatives have NOT and WILL NOT look into this is disturbing. And then these otherwise Conservatives join in with Trump, “The Alt-Right”, aka Liberals/R.I.N.O.s, and parrot “FAKE NEWS! FAKE NEWS!”…

I am not doing this to be popular, nor liked. This has the opposite effect in today’s “Conservatism”.

But I am embracing and proclaiming the same Biblical-Christianity and same Constitutional-Conservatism that I have since 1976. I have NOT changed to mitigate to the current fads and fancies. I do NOT, and WILL NOT wet my finger and stick it in the wind to see what “New and Improved Modification” of (so-called) Conservatism is being blown about in the winds.

Right is and always has been and always will be Right.

It changes for NO ONE, at NO TIME- EVER.

And by the grace of Almighty God I will forever stand on The Authority of God’s Holy Word, the Bible, and upon America’s Founding Documents, and the principles and values they espouse.

So, even if I’m scorned and rejected as a crank…I will continue to seek, research, and present truth supported by facts and reality…not the latest Fox News, Breitbart, Drudge Report, Limbaugh version of truth. God’s is the ONLY truth. All else is judged by it.

 

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

 

How Far Up Does The Treason Reach? UP-DATE***

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Puzder Has Withdrawn From Consideration to Head the Labor Department

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By Kevin Bailey

Multiple news outlets have now confirmed that Trump Labor Department nominee Andy Puzder has withdrawn his nomination. Puzder has taken his name out of consideration after several Republicans urged Trump to withdraw Puzder’s nomination…

…The head of the fast-food giant of which burger chains Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. are a part, has been under fire for weeks. Puzder admitted to having hired an undocumented immigrant as a housekeeper. Allegations spousal abuse and claims that he had treated employees poorly have dogged his nomination for weeks. Puzder is the first major Trump nominee to withdraw their name from consideration.

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No. Incompetence is not treason. Clearly Trump is at best incompetent, and seems to be incompetent at level of recklessness that is dangerous to our Constitutional Republic.

BUT…what if Trump is picking nominees who he knows can not pass muster because he personally approves of their views/politics regardless of how costly and damaging this can and will be to the Constitutional process? What if this is NOT incompetence but willful recklessness and disregard for The Constitution? Let’s look a little further.    

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Carter Page, Paul Manafort, “General” Michael “Mikhail” Flynn, Rex Tillerson, Jack Kingston…and others deep within Trump’s admin and inner circle have many deep and tangled ties to Putin, Russia, The KGB, and the Russian mob. Several were already forced to resign, or fired because the treason was reaching too deep, too far, and too high up (DUH!). Page, Manafort and Flynn have already been ousted, and there is talk that several more are on their way out.

 

Whose Head Will Be The Next To Roll?
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By Susan Kuebler

The rumors of turmoil and discontent within the inner circle of the White House continue to fascinate politically aware Americans.  As one who has worked for a politician, I can safely state that your have never seen office politics played as brutally as it is in a politician’s office.  All others are rank amateurs.

Nonetheless, the level of discord within the White House staff that has surfaced so publicly and so quickly is unprecedented, even for Washington.  The resignation of General Michael Flynn, Trump’s go-to guy on national security, came only 24 days after the inauguration.  While his resignation resulted from concerns over his links to the Russian government, and not strictly office politics per se, it is pretty clear that he had few, if any, allies in the government, other Donald Trump.

Trump’s predilection for dismissing anyone who reflects poorly on his image became obvious during his campaign, although it had been a tactic in his business life as well.  We saw Corey Lewandowski, charged with physically assaulting a reporter, replaced by Paul Manafort.  When uncomfortable stories about Manafort’s ties to Russia arose, Steve Bannon replaced him.  Trump remained openly loyal to both men.  Until he wasn’t.

Speculation is rife on who will be the next member of “White House Apprentice” to hear the dreaded words “You’re fired.”  The top contenders for this dubious honor appear to be KellyAnne Conway, Counselor to the President; Reince Priebus, White House Chief of Staff; and Sean Spicer, White House Press Secretary…

…[NOTE: The article notes KellyAnne’s predilection to lying, an apparent “must” in a Trump associate, and to her apparently being OUT of the loop she’s supposed to be 2nd in command of.]

Most recently, she was undercut twice by the White House in statements she made regarding the status of General Flynn.  On Monday at approximately 5:00 pm she said that the White House had “full confidence” in General Flynn.   At just about the same time, Press Secretary Sean Spicer totally contradicted this statement.  Then on Tuesday morning, Conway said that Flynn had resigned.  That same afternoon, Spicer said that Trump requested Flynn’s resignation.

Conway appears to be hanging on by a thread.  Perhaps the ominous sign of her impending doom is that the @realDonaldTrump, @POTUS, or @WhiteHouse accounts are no longer following her on Twitter.

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Reince Priebus

…While his efforts were rewarded with the highly coveted role of Chief of Staff, it is no secret that there is no love lost between him and Trump’s last campaign manager Steve Bannon.

This Wednesday Breitbart, whose former executive chairman was none other than Steve Bannon, issued a blistering attack on Priebus, outright stating that “Priebus Future in Doubt.”    Even though Bannon is reportedly furious over this report, many wonders if he might be crying crocodile tears.  With the departure of General Flynn, replacing Priebus with a weaker Chief of Staff would certainly help Bannon consolidate his position as Trump’s closest advisor.

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Sean Spicer

Spicer also came from the Republican National Committee and he has struggled with his job as White House Press Secretary.  In fairness, he has also had to assume the duties of Communications Director, a full-time job on its own, in addition to his own duties.  But Spicer’s missteps and bungles led to his lampooning, by Melissa McCarthy, on NBC’s Saturday Night Live.  Many who are familiar with Donald Trump know that with him, appearance is more important than substance.  Trump is reported to be livid that his Press Secretary has been ridiculed on national television and by a woman no less.

Spicer dutifully presents the White House position to the press, as any good press secretary should do.  Unfortunately for him, the positions have often turned out to be lies or misrepresentations and no one keeps him updated on the frequent shifts in policies.  He has endured criticism from the media longer than the other two candidates above, and it may be a testimony to his tenacity that he has lasted as long as he has.

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However, Trump is nothing if not unpredictable.  The current disarray in his administration can not endure much longer and continue to function or govern the country.  As Trump must find scapegoats for his own incompetence, heads are doubtlessly going to roll.  The only questions remaining are whose will they be and when will it happen?

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AN EXAMPLE OF TRUMPS’ DECISION MAKING SKILLS, TEMPERAMENT, AND COMPETENCE AS A WORLD LEADER- EPIC FAIL!!

 

Trump blasted Australian prime minister during ‘worst call by far’

 

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President Trump reportedly blasted the Australian prime minister during a phone call between the leaders of the two longtime allies.

Trump told Australian leader Malcolm Turnbull that the conversation was “the worst call by far” among talks with various world leaders that day and he ended the scheduled hour-long conversation after just 25 minutes, according to the Washington Post.

Trump was reportedly incensed that the prime minister expected him to abide by an Obama administration agreement to take in 1,250 refugees from Australia.

“This is the worst deal ever,” Trump told Turnbull in the call, adding that the country was trying to send the “next Boston bombers” into the US.
Trump was “yelling” at Turnbull during the call, according to SKY News in Australia, and the US president hung up on him.

Trump continued to rail against the refugee deal in a tweet Wednesday night.

“Do you believe it? The Obama Administration agreed to take thousands of illegal immigrants from Australia. Why? I will study this dumb deal!” Trump tweeted.

The deal, however, includes refugees and not “illegal immigrants,” as Trump claimed. [NOTE: In Trump’s defense on this one, specific issue these so-called “refugees” ARE 9 times out of 10 Criminals.]

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Even though Trump had a valid point, and was arguing from a place of factual strength, his temperament, ego and incompetence still blared through and marred America’s relationship with one of our best allies. Why? Because THAT is who Trump is. What is going to happen when Trump does NOT have a valid, true, factual point and the lie is exposed and he’s called on it? Whatever the response is it can be only worse than this.

We warned and warned. But to no avail. Too many compromised and threw away principles in exchange for winning, and the promise of power and position.

BUT as we are now seeing this promise does NOT last and has lost it’s luster.

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THE ONE OVERRIDING QUESTION NOW IS-

What Did The President Know and When Did He Know It?
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As many who lived through the investigation of the Watergate Committee clearly recall, this was the definitive question asked of nearly every witness who testified.  Gradually, the layers of “I do not recall at this time” and “I can’t remember” were stripped away until it became clear that not only was Richard Nixon aware of the crime, but he was actively involved in the cover up.

 

It was the cover up, not the crime, that proved his downfall.

 

America is now faced with a similar, though not identical, dilemma.  General Michael Flynn, who resigned last night among growing reports of his involvement with the Russian government, will no doubt be asked the same question.  In fact, there are Democrats in Congress who are already demanding answers to that question.

The main controversy revolves around telephone calls General Flynn made to the Russian ambassador in the United States BEFORE Trump became President and some made prior to the election itself.  The most suspicious one was made on December 29, 2016, the day that President Obama ejected some 35 Russian diplomats as reprisal for alleged Russian activities in the November 8th election.

When it became know that General Flynn had made not one, but five phone calls to the Russian ambassador on the same day, the Trump transition team put forth the explanation that General Flynn had simply called to wish the ambassador a “Merry Christmas.”  Perhaps no one on Team Trump knew that Russia celebrates Christmas in January…

…The very next day, December 30th, President-elect Donald Trump sent out the following message on Twitter:

Great move on delay (by V. Putin) – I always knew he was very smart!

What did the President know, and when did he know it?

How likely is it that Trump’s nominee to head the Defense Intelligence Agency would go “rogue” on him, especially with the Russian government?   In light of the tweet that Trump sent out immediately after Flynn’s calls, how likely is it that Trump was not aware of the true nature of the calls?

Trump is known for his loyalty to his supporters – until he isn’t.  Remember Corey Lewandowski or Chris Christie?  Did General Flynn “fall on his sword” to protect the President from further scandal? Perhaps. Will it quell the questions about the Trump Administrations questionable relationship with Vladimir Putin?  Doubtful.

On day 24 of his Administration, Trump is already is damage-control mode.  We do not know yet the full extent of Russian ties to his leading advisors.  We do not know yet Trump’s financial obligations to Russian oligarchs because of his refusal to release his tax returns….

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Oh, but many DO know the deeper, fuller, more entangled extent Trump and his cronies are tied directly to and with Russia, see here:

The Dark Secrets Of The Trump-Putin Ties

 

Trump Will Most Likely Be Facing THIS- Are WE Ready?

 

An Independent Investigative Reporter Digs Deeper Into Trump-Putin-Russia Ties

 

A Double-Down On Marxism- We Warned You: UP-DATED**

 

and, lastly, for now anyway…

 

There Is Absolutely NO Russia/DT Connection At All- NONE

 

The Conservatives who were bullied, bribed or deceived into supporting Trump will say this is “unfair”, “fake news”, “you’re a Hillary supporter”…let me simply say that the author who researched and wrote this also wrote THIS:

 

Federalism: Taking Back Constitutional Rights And Liberties

AND THIS:

The Agreement: Logic, Science, And Faith

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MAJOR UP-DATE!!!

YET ANOTHER TRUMP ASSOCIATE AND CABINET PICK WITH TIES TO RUSSIA-

Exclusive: Trump commerce pick Wilbur Ross faces new Russia questions

 


Commerce Secretary-designate Wilbur Ross, center, listens to President Donald Trump during a meeting with House and Senate legislators in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. At right is White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner.
Commerce Secretary-designate Wilbur Ross, center, listens to President Donald Trump during a meeting with House and Senate legislators in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. At right is White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner.

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Commerce Secretary-nominee Wilbur Ross, still awaiting confirmation, faces new questions about his banking ties to Russia, the latest member of the Trump team to be embroiled in the controversy over alleged ties to the Kremlin.

Ross was sent a letter late Thursday by six Democratic senators questioning the billionaire financier about his ownership stake in the Bank of Cyprus, on which he still serves as vice chairman of the board of directors. The six senators demanded answers about his relationship with Viktor Vekselberg, the second largest shareholder in the bank.

The letter cited reporting by McClatchy last December about Vekselberg, who sits atop the Renova Corp., a Russian conglomerate. Aside from his friendship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Vekselberg at one time served on the board of directors of the Russian state-controlled oil giant Rosneft. It is under a partial sanction by the U.S. Treasury Department.

The senators, led by Florida Democrat Bill Nelson, also want to know about Ross’s relationship with Vladimir Strzhalkovsky, a former vice chairman of Bank of Cyprus, a former KGB agent and believed to be a longtime associate of Putin. The letter sent to Ross on Thursday afternoon noted that Russian shareholders had at one point been the largest stakeholders in the bank he rescued in September 2014 amid a financial crisis in Cyprus…

…The letter comes as congressional and law enforcement probes widen into possible ties between members of the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, which stands accused by U.S. intelligence agencies of meddling in last year’s U.S. election with email hacking and distributing fake news. At a contentious news conference Thursday, Trump repeated that he knew of no one in his campaign who had ties to Russia and that he did not do business there…

…Several people who worked in Trump’s campaign and have joined his administration have controversial ties to Russia. His secretary of state, former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, did business with Putin. Trump’s national security adviser Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn resigned earlier this week for failing to fully inform Vice President Mike Pence about conversations he had with the Russian ambassador before Inauguration Day about sanctions. The Washington Post reported late Thursday that Flynn also denied to the FBI that he discussed sanctions with Russia, which could put him in legal jeopardy.

Campaign manager Paul Manafort resigned from the campaign last Aug. 19 over his business ties to the former Ukrainian president, who is now living in Russia.

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Disagreeing with an incompetent, egotistical, hot-headed, bloviating, life-long Liberal, and pathological liar is NOT “fake news”, nor “unfair”…it is the duty, obligation and responsibility of a Christian, a Constitutionalist, a Conservative and a Patriot. One I do not take lightly.

 

-Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

 

“Fake News”, Where Have I Heard That Before? UP-DATED***

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IF Everything you disagree with is “fake news”, regardless of the direct quotes, evidence, witnesses, and video that link it directly to the source, then it is NOT “fake news”, aka NOT a lie, but rather an irritating TRUTH.

PRELUDE.

Who Is “Fascist”?

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by THOMAS SOWELL February 13, 2008 12:00 AM

The abuse and proper use of a political label.

Those who put a high value on words may recoil at the title of Jonah Goldberg’s new book, Liberal Fascism. As a result, they may refuse to read it, which will be their loss — and a major loss. Those who value substance over words, however, will find in this book a wealth of challenging insights, backed up by thorough research and brilliant analysis.

This is the sort of book that challenges the fundamental assumptions of its time — and which, for that reason, is likely to be shunned rather than criticized. Because the word “fascist” is often thrown around loosely these days, as a general term of abuse, it is good that Liberal Fascism begins by discussing the real Fascism, introduced into Italy after the First World War by Benito Mussolini.

The Fascists were completely against individualism in general and especially against individualism in a free-market economy. Their agenda included minimum-wage laws, government restrictions on profit-making, progressive taxation of capital, and “rigidly secular” schools. [NOTE: This IS Liberalism, aka The Democrat Party and R.I.N.O.s.]

Unlike the Communists, the Fascists did not seek government ownership of the means of production. They just wanted the government to call the shots as to how businesses would be run.

They were for “industrial policy,” long before liberals coined that phrase in the United States. Indeed, the whole Fascist economic agenda bears a remarkable resemblance to what liberals would later advocate.

Moreover, during the 1920s “progressives” in the United States and Britain recognized the kinship of their ideas with those of Mussolini, who was widely lionized by the Left.

Famed British novelist and prominent Fabian socialist H. G. Wells called for “Liberal Fascism,” saying “the world is sick of parliamentary politics.” Another literary giant and Fabian socialist, George Bernard Shaw, also expressed his admiration for Mussolini — as well as for Hitler and Stalin, because they “did things,” instead of just talk. [NOTE: Sounds like they’re describing Donald Trump.].

In Germany, the Nazis followed in the wake of the Italian Fascists, adding racism in general and anti-Semitism in particular, neither of which was part of Fascism in Italy or in Franco’s Spain. Even the Nazi variant of Fascism found favor on the Left when it was only a movement seeking power in the 1920s.

W. E. B. DuBois, founder of the NAACP, was so taken with the Nazi movement that he put swastikas on the cover of a magazine he edited, despite complaints from Jewish readers. Even after Hitler achieved dictatorial power in Germany in 1933, DuBois declared that the Nazi dictatorship was “absolutely necessary in order to get the state in order.” As late as 1937 he said in a speech in Harlem that “there is today, in some respects, more democracy in Germany than there has been in years past.”

In short, during the 1920s and the early 1930s, Fascism was not only looked on favorably by the Left but recognized as having kindred ideas, agendas, and assumptions. Only after Hitler and Mussolini disgraced themselves, mainly by their brutal military aggressions in the 1930s, did the Left distance itself from these international pariahs.

Fascism, initially recognized as a kindred ideology of the Left, has since come down to us defined as being on “the Right” — indeed, as representing the farthest Right, supposedly further extensions of conservatism. If by conservatism you mean belief in free markets, limited government, and traditional morality, including religious influences, then these are all things that the Fascists opposed just as much as the Left does today.

The Left may say that they are not racists or anti-Semites, like Hitler, but neither was Mussolini or Franco. Hitler, incidentally, got some of his racist ideology from the writings of American “progressives” in the eugenics movement, [Margret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, for one.].

– Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/223648/who-fascist-thomas-sowell?utm_content=buffer9c5f1&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Now, having laid the groundwork via our prelude, let us look a little closer to Donald Trump and his political movement.

 

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The Perilous Journey To Nazi Germany, USA

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By L Whitener

The term Lügenpresse, ‘lying press’, has been used intermittently since the 19th century in political polemics in Germany, most notably when the Nazis began using it to vilify the German press that was critical of Hitler and the Nazis…

…In 1933, Hitler’s propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels, was assigned the task of producing Nazi controlled media that was conducive to their agenda and to further undermine the press. This propaganda was a crucial instrument for acquiring and maintaining power, and for the implementation of Nazi policies. During the first weeks of 1933, the Nazi Party seized control of printing machines in Germany. The regime deployed the radio, press, and newsreels to stoke fears of a pending “Communist uprising,” then channeled populist anxiety into political measures that expunged civil liberties and democracy.

The term has been reintroduced in recent years by various alternative political groups. Most recently, the alt-right in America. At Donald Trump rallies, his supporters taunted the media, calling them “lügenpresse.” And, Donald Trump echoes their sentiments and fuels their disdain daily with claims of “fake news.” Watch here:

FAKE NEWS media, which makes up stories and “sources,” is far more effective than the discredited Democrats – but they are fading fast!

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Every report, every investigation, all research that does not look favorably upon Donald Trump he and his cronies call “fake news”.

Even if the report has direct quotes (in context), multiple witnesses, expert testimony, facts galore and video to fully substantiate what is reported… IF Little, Lying, Liberal Donnie El Trampo doesn’t like it??? Well, just slop the (BOGUS) label “fake news” on it and then we can “safely” reject and dismiss out of hand said report.

We REAL Conservatives warned about ALL this before Trump was even the G.O.P. nominee. We intensified our efforts after DT became the G.O.P. nominee. We invoked Hamilton’s Rule:

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Better to lose to a true enemy whose policies you can fight and repudiate, rather than to a false friend whose schemes will drag you down with him.

As was applied to Trump back during the campaign:

…I think Hillary Clinton is one of the worst human beings in American politics. She has few principles that I can discern, other than her firm conviction that she deserves the Oval Office for enabling and then defending her sexually neurotic husband. She lies as easily as the rest of us breathe. She has compromised national security through sheer laziness at best, and corrupt intent at worst. If elected, she will enrich Wall Street and raid the public coffers while preaching hateful doctrines of identity politics to distract America’s poor and working classes.
But Trump will be worse. Morally unmoored, emotionally unstable, a crony capitalist of the worst kind, Trump will be every bit as liberal as Hillary—perhaps more so, given his statements over the years. He is by reflex and instinct a New York Democrat whose formal party affiliation is negotiable, as is everything about him. He has little commitment to anything but himself and his “deals,” none of which will work in favor of conservatives or their priorities.
Trump’s voters are willing to “shake up the status quo”—whatever that means—by putting an ignoramus at the head of a party and a movement he’s actually trying to destroy…

In pulling down the GOP, Trump will take conservatism with it, and enshrine 30 or 40 more years of liberal dominance, beginning with his own liberal administration.

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ALL of this was said and done MONTHS AGO…to no avail.

BUT…that does NOT make something you don’t like,  or disagree with “fake news”.

 

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

 

 

“Moderate” Islam? No Such Thing.

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“Moderate” Muslim Brotherhood Mourns Terrorist’s Death

 

RE-PRINTED WITH FULL PERMISSION FROM

THE COUNTER-JIHAD REPORT.

by John Rossomando
IPT News
February 21, 2017

Calls for revenge and glowing eulogies for Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman by the Muslim Brotherhood and its followers dealt a blow to efforts to paint it as a moderate group.

Abdel Rahman, known as the “Blind Sheikh,” died Saturday in a U.S. prison where he was serving a life sentence for a seditious conspiracy to launch what prosecutors called a “war of urban terrorism” against targets around New York City. He also helped plot the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 that killed six people and injured 1,042.

May Allah’s blessings be upon him, the deceased of the Islamic call, who was imprisoned by different repressive regimes, who was falsely and unfairly accused of terrorism by the Unites States of America, while being old and blind Sheikh, it also prevented him from receiving medical care until he met his Lord, Oh Allah please accept him and have mercy upon him,” the Muslim Brotherhood General Office said.

Andrew McCarthy, who prosecuted Abdel Rahman, noted in a National Review Online column that the “Blind Sheikh” was proud of being a terrorist. This fact ought to raise red flags about the character of the Muslim Brotherhood.

McCarthy cited this Abdel Rahman statement as an example: “Why do we fear the word terrorist? If the terrorist is the person who defends his right, so we are terrorists. And if the terrorist is the one who struggles for the sake of God, then we are terrorists.We . . . have been ordered with terrorism because we must prepare what power we can to terrorize the enemy of Allah and your enemy.The Koran says ‘to strike terror.’ Therefore, we don’t fear to be described with ‘terrorism.’ . . . They may say, ‘He is a terrorist, he uses violence, he uses force.’ Let them say that. We are ordered to prepare whatever we can of power to terrorize the enemies of Islam.”

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The Muslim Brotherhood’s official Facebook page posted another statement Saturday that was quickly taken down. The message, asking “God Almighty to bestow His Mercy, and ensconce him in the highest paradise of Heaven with the prophets, the saints, the martyrs, the righteous and the best of them as companions” was cross-posted on Ikhwanonline, the Brotherhood’s Arabic website.

Although Abdel Rahman left the Muslim Brotherhood to form the radical jihadist group Gamaa Islamiya in 1970 after the Brotherhood’s leadership renounced violence against the Egyptian government, Brotherhood leaders still mourned him in terms echoed by ISIS and al-Qaida.Mohamed Al-Sagheer, a former deputy minister of endowment in Egypt during the Muslim Brotherhood rule, called Abdel Rahman a “Mujahid” or holy warrior, in a video posted on Facebook. Muslims, he said, lost one of their most prominent scholars.

“May Allah avenge from those who did him (the sheikh) injustice, the Arab despots, and the crusaders, who loath and hate the faith and its followers,” Al-Sagheer said.

Al-Sagheer has ties to violent elements of the Muslim Brotherhood that have worked against the Egyptian government since the military forced the Brotherhood out of power in 2013, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) reports.

Mohamed el-Feky, chairman of the economic committee of Morsi-era Egyptian parliament who now resides in Istanbul, similarly lamented Abdel Rahman’s death.

“May God have mercy on Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman and gather him into the troop of prophets, friends (of God) martyrs and the righteous, with the best of them as companions. Oh, God, compensate him for his imprisonment, and the wrong done him, and bless him with good and increase. Oh God, curse those who wronged him, Oh Lord of the worlds,” el-Feky wrote on Facebook.

Ordinary Muslim Brotherhood supporters like Abdel Rahman Muhammad Lotfy Abdel Rahman called for American blood.

“If they killed you O Omar, Allah has chosen you among the martyrs! Allah will fight you O America … Today, America has killed one of the Muslim scholars after unjustly detaining him for close to a quarter of a century, that is Dr. Omar Adel Rahman, the pious scholar, who always uttered the word of truth, which resonated out of his mouth, he did not fear anyone but Allah, and we present him to Allah. We ask Allah to accept him as a martyr, they killed him for America and its allies, who participated in killing him,” Rahman wrote.

Inspiration For al-Qaida

Abdel Rahman’s ideas inspired Osama Bin Laden, al-Qaida and ISIS. He acted as al-Qaida chief Ayman al-Zawahiri’s “mentor.” Al-Zawahiri frequently attended Abdel Rahman’s lectures as a young man in Egypt.

Al-Zawahiri and Osama bin Laden handed out copies of Abdel Rahman’s will at a 1998 press conference.

The will demands vengeance after his death. “But, take revenge for me against them with the most extreme and violent revenge.”

Bin Laden and al-Zawahiri also passed out a fatwa from Abdel Rahman smuggled from prison authorizing attacks against the U.S. at the 1998 press conference.

“Cut all relations with [the Americans, Christians, and Jews], tear them to pieces, destroy their economies, burn their corporations, destroy their peace, sink their ships, shoot down their planes and kill them on air, sea, and land. And kill them wherever you may find them, ambush them, take them hostage, and destroy their observatories. Kill these infidels,” the fatwa said.

Al-Qaida responded to Abdel Rahman’s death by including the incendiary will in its latest newsletter Al-Nafir. Numerous jihadi social media sites followed suit, and the will accompanied a joint statement by al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), both of which are openly loyal to al-Zawahiri.

The joint AQAP/AQIM statement calls on their followers to “viciously avenge the sheikh against his oppressors and wardens.”

Supporters Remember Abdel Rahman

 

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Said Abbasy, a Muslim Brotherhood supporter living in New York, wrote on Facebook, “The passing of Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman in the prisons of America after 24 years of incarceration. Oh God take vengeance on those who wronged him.”

Muhammad Shoubir, a self-described Muslim Brotherhood supporter who lives in New York, called Abdel Rahman “our martyr sheikh” in a since deleted Facebook post.

 

 

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“A martyr to the interests between Egypt and America,, (sic) A martyr to the injustice done to him during his trial and the concocting of an accusation against him,, No Egyptian defended him,, but they thrust upon him a guard and a translators (Egyptian) who spied on him, and misled him,, so that he was sentenced in 93 to imprisonment for life,, the man died after 24 years in prison … May God have mercy on our noble Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman,, He was wronged in your country, and elsewhere,,” Shoubir wrote.

Jihadis aligned with various undefined factions used similar rhetoric in their social media eulogies.

“Not with tears but with red blood. We will lament Imam Omar Abdel Rahman,” said handle @ Yubayatajrasi09, who lives in the Tampa area.

In an inflammatory Twitter post on Saturday, an individual identifying himself as Obamajahid pushed a baseless conspiracy theory to blame the Trump administration for Abdel Rahman’s death.

“Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman is among the first victims of the rule of the tyrant Trump where pressure was exerted upon him in his prison, and he was deprived of his medicine and his radio as was mentioned someone who contacted them last week,” Obamajahid wrote.

Another follower of Abdel Rahman’s, Yubayatajastri09, called for vengeance.

“Oh God, forgive us for our shortcomings with regard to him. And raise his degree and accept him among the number of martyrs. And take vengeance on the head of the viper America,” he wrote.

It’s hard to claim the Muslim Brotherhood opposes terrorism when it laments the death of the man who inspired an attack on New York City, plotted even greater bloodshed and inspired bin Laden and al-Zawahiri.   

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Now, let me refer to an article researched and posted just 2 days ago:

 

Let me take Two “Money Quotes” from this as a Question and Answer for a REAL look at Islam:

1) There is no peaceful Islam. Instead of two sharply divided groups, peaceful Islam and extremist Islam, there is a spectrum of acceptable terrorism, 

So, what  IS that “spectrum of acceptable terrorism” ?

2) The Muslim Brotherhood, so-called “Moderate Islam”, has multiple terrorist arms, including Hamas, and its views on non-Muslims run the gamut from the violent to the genocidal. 

For those not able, or not wanting to make the connection let me make it even clearer:

There is NO peaceful Islam. ONLY a “spectrum of ACCEPTABLE TERRORISM” that runs from VIOLENT to GENOCIDAL!!

 

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ALSO SEE HERE.

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The Religion of Peace

Put the Numbers
in Perspective

Islamic Terrorists…

…killed twice as many people in one month (5000) in November, 2014) than were killed in in 350 years of Inquisition (2000-3000).
…murder more people everyday than the KKK has in the last 70 years (26 since 1945).
…killed more civilians in two hours on September 11th (2977) than in the 26 years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland (2236).
…massacred more Iraqis on a single day in June, 2014 (1566) than the number of criminals executed by America in the last 40 years (1423).
…killed more Americans on American soil than the combined militaries of Japan and Nazi Germany in WWII.
…slaughter more people everyday than were killed during the entire Salem Witch Trials (12).

And The Islamic-Jihadist are being aided world-wide by China and RUSSIA.

And guess which nation has a president and his administration CLOSELY tied to RUSSIA?

Sleep well all you Trumpkins…

 

-Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

 

The Plot Sickens

This will be the posting of a Mega-Tweet Storm from a fellow concerned Patriot, along with my comments and supportive links.

Treason By Any Other Name Would Smell As Fetid.

(MEGA-THREAD) The plot to sell America’s foreign policy for foreign oil _and_ steal an election in the bargain began at the Mayflower Hotel.

1) Per , Paul Manafort took over the Trump campaign on April 16, just 72 hours before Trump mathematically eliminated his competition.

2) The timing was intentional: Manafort, hired in March, was slated to become the campaign’s key player as soon as Trump became the nominee.

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3) On April 21, 48 hours after clinching, Trump announced the first major foreign policy address of his life. It was scheduled for April 27.

4) The speech, arranged by Jared Kushner in mid-March, was to be hosted by the Center for the National Interest, a conservative think tank.

5) The Center is _widely_ known to have “ties to the Russian regime of President Vladimir Putin,” per Politico.

Trump Administration Ties to Russia

 

6) The speech was slated to be at the National Press Club, an august venue with a _long_ history of staging secure events with large crowds.

7) Less than 24 hours before the speech, it was cancelled. The Trump campaign (i.e., Manafort) declared the venue was too small and unsafe.

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9) The two things the Mayflower had that the NPC didn’t were (a) 581 private rooms for private meetings, and (b) restricted, VIP-only areas.

10) The latter was important because Manafort wanted Trump to hold an intimate, 24-person cocktail hour in the Mayflower’s VIP Senate Room.

12) Another VIP at the event was Iran-Contra figure Bud McFarlane, one of America’s chief advocates for a bargain with Russia on oil access.
13) The four ambassadors were the only four ambassadors in the world (out of 195 total) that the Putin-linked CNI had invited to the event.
14) The _biggest oil deal in Russia’s history_ occurred in December of 2016. It involved the coordination of entities from three countries.
15) Individuals from those three countries—RUSSIA, ITALY, and SINGAPORE—negotiated the sale of 19.5% of Russia’s state oil company, Rosneft.
16) The scandal involves claims Trump was given 0.5% of Rosneft and aid in getting elected in exchange for lifting US sanctions.
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17) The Rosneft deal closed Dec. 5-7. During that time McFarlane visited Trump Tower. It’s believed Russian ambassador/spy Kislyak did too.
18) WSJ wrote in April 2016 that Trump met separately with the ambassadors at the Mayflower and was effusive. Quote:
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Trump Met the Russian Ambassador During the Campaign Even Though He Said He Didn’t. It Was Googleable.

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19) “Trump met at a VIP reception with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak. He warmly greeted Kislyak and 3 other ambassadors.”

20) The ambassadors at the Mayflower: RUSSIA! ITALY! SINGAPORE! And the Philippines–which is routinely cited as a Rosneft expansion target.

21) So Trump warmly, privately chatted with the 3 Rosneft-deal nations at a cocktail hour right before his _first big foreign-policy event_.

22) In his speech Trump called for a Russian detente: “We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia…we are not bound…

23) to be adversaries. We should seek common ground based on shared interests…an easing of tensions and improved relations with Russia…

24) is possible..[I hope to] make a deal under my administration that’s great for America but also good for Russia.”

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The definitive Trump-Russia timeline of events

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25) Richard Burt, CNI and Russian Alfa Bank adviser, _crafted the speech_. He was also _Putin’s pipeline lobbyist_.

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Another Donald Trump adviser has Kremlin connections: GOP lobbyist for Russian pipeline crafted Trump’s major foreign policy speech

Booted Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is not the only top adviser with sketchy ties to Russia

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26) The only Kislyak meeting Sessions _never_ disclosed to Congress, _even after accusations of perjury_, was the meeting at the Mayflower.

27) But per the organizer of the Mayflower Hotel event, Jacob Heilbrunn of the CNI, a third Sessions-Kislyak meeting _definitely_ occurred

28) Heilbrunn on the VIP event: “At a reception in the Senate Room of the Mayflower, a number of politicians and Trump advisers, such as…

29) … Senator Jeff Sessions and ambassadors [from Russia and the other nations] congregated before the event.”

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Why I Hosted Trump’s Foreign-Policy Speech

After his son-in-law contacted us, we decided to give him a chance to deliver, at last, a coherent view of the world. I wasn’t converted.

April 27, 2016

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30) The VIP event _wasn’t_ just a receiving line as Trump claimed. It was a “cocktail meet-and-greet”–a full event.

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Jeff Sessions Likely Met Russian Ambassador A Third Time

The attorney general initially denied any contact with the Russians, then later admitted to just two meetings.

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31) That Sessions would feel the need to hide his contact with Kislyak at the Mayflower event after accusations of perjury raises red flags.

32) The White House saying it has “no recollection” of any of the VIPs at Trump’s _biggest-ever foreign policy event_ is also a red flag.

33) When Kislyak was asked if he’d met Trump or members of his team during the campaign he replied, “What do you consider a campaign?”

34) Kislyak went on to _fail_ to disclose his meeting with Trump at the Mayflower, citing only a meeting at the RNC.

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35) We know Manafort and Kislyak would have known each other, as Manafort indirectly worked for Putin for years.

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Report: Paul Manafort Drafted a Plan in 2005 to Influence American Politics for Putin’s Benefit

36) We know Manafort set up the Mayflower event and was available for meetings at it–as was Kushner, who later met secretly with Kislyak.

37) Congress must investigate _any_ Mayflower meetings between Sessions, Manafort, Kushner, Kislyak and the Italian/Singaporean ambassadors.

38) We know the White House lied about Mayflower. We know Sessions has. We know Kislyak has. And we know the Rosneft players were present.

39) We know there was ample time/space for “sidelines” meetings. And we know Walid Phares was also there, and Trump Jr., and Stephen Miller.

40) So other than the RNC and suspicious Trump Tower meetings in December, the Mayflower Speech should get the _most_ attention in Congress.

CREDITS/ADDITIONAL DOCS) Thanks to and to Politico. The New York Magazine article on Manafort is below.

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How Paul Manafort Took Over the Trump Campaign

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NOTES) At several points I used “oil” instead of “oil/gas” or “oil/LNG” or just “LNG” (liquefied natural gas). This was Twitter shorthand.

ADDITIONAL DOCS 2) Information on the Rosneft sale taken largely from this excellent Reuters article on the topic:

How Russia sold its oil jewel: without saying who bought it

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I do think that if the genesis of is traced to Trump’s Mayflower speech (4/27/16), we’ll likely call this the Mayflower Scandal.

ADDITIONAL DOCS 3) Here is the CNI press release announcing the attending ambassadors:

DOCS 4) Flynn-Kushner-Kislyak’s Trump Tower meeting was clandestine: press saw nothing, suggesting alternate entry.

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DOCS 5) CNI (’06): McFarlane says Russia’s LNG reserves are key to any strategy weaning US from M.E. oil dependence.

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DOCS 6) The Steele Dossier, written by the former head of MI6’s Russia desk (known for excellent sources in Russia):

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[NOTE: THIS HAS SINCE BEEN VERIFIED REPEATEDLY.]

DOCS 7) _Not normal_: “Kislyak broke the diplomatic norm against attending campaign events” to go to the Mayflower.

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Lobbyist advised Trump campaign while promoting Russian pipeline

Richard Burt helped shape the candidate’s first foreign-policy speech while lobbying on behalf of a Moscow-controlled gas company. *SOURCE*

DOCS 8) Italian Ambassador Varricchio was at the Mayflower with Team Trump and in Italy with Putin and Team Rosneft:

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-Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

 

We The People…

People In Trump’s Cabinet, Appointees, Administration And Inner Circle of Advisers With Murky Ties To Russia, Putin And Their Lies

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REX TILLERSON, SECRETARY OF STATE-

Tillerson’s ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin will be the biggest potential obstacle to his being 100% true TO America. In 2012, Putin awarded him the “Order of Friendship”—a high honor in the Kremlin, but one that will not sit well with Russia hawks in Congress.

STEVEN MNUCHIN, SECRETARY OF TREASURY.

He’s a banker. Specifically, Mnuchin is a former senior executive at Goldman Sachs and a hedge fund manager; Goldman Sachs and foreclosures. Trump criticized Hillary Clinton for the speeches she gave to Goldman Sachs, how can he turn around and pick a man who got rich there for treasury secretary? Also, Mnuchin has several murky financial ties to Russia, Putin and to Russia’s mob bosses.

JEFF SESSIONS, ATTORNEY GENERAL.

FROM SESSIONS CONFIRMATION HEARING: “I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I did not have communications with the Russians, and I’m unable to comment on it.”

What ACTUALLY DID happen though: “…Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak approached Sessions as part of a small group of foreign dignitaries…[July 18th.] …Sept. 8. Sessions and Kislyak meet in his Senate office. The subject of the meeting isn’t clear, but one official told NBC’s Hallie Jackson that during such meetings ambassadors would “often make superficial comments about election-related news…[September 8th.]”  [NOTE: “OFTEN make superficial comments about ELECTION-RELATED NEWS…” Just how “superficial” were these comments that they made OFTEN?]

WILBUR ROSS, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE.
Wilbur Ross is a Democrat. He worked with Bill Clinton. He has funded Democrats. He has been on the New York Democratic Committee. He is a Democrat filled with Democrat ideas. And Trump wants him to be Secretary of Commerce. ALSO a study prepared exclusively for DCReport.org by James S. Henry reveals deep financial ties between Donald Trump’s nominee for Commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, and three Russian oligarchs, whose lives and fortunes depend on staying in the good graces of Vladimir Putin.

The list goes on and on. Included are:

Michael Flynn

Flynn, whom Trump selected as the next US national security adviser, appears to have a very favorable view of more friendly US-Russia relations.
In December 2015, Flynn traveled to Moscow and sat next to Putin at a gala for the Russian news channel RT. He believes the US and Russia should team up and work together more efficiently to fight ISIS.

Flynn did, however, express concern regarding the Edward Snowden leak and what intelligence Russia may be able to obtain from those documents.

Jack Kingston:

Former Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA) was in Moscow in December meeting with American business leaders to discuss what changes are forthcoming in the relationship between the two nations, Raw Story reported.

“Trump can look at sanctions,” Kingston told NPR during his overseas visit. “They’ve been in place long enough. Has the desired result been reached? He doesn’t have to abide by the Obama foreign policy. That gives him a fresh start.”

Kingston served as an advisor to Trump on the campaign and is currently a paid Republican commentator to CNN and in an interview with Jake Tapper, he revealed he works for a law firm that has offices in Russia but claimed he was there as a private citizen.

 

Steve Bannon

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told a gathering of European conservatives in 2014 “we, the Judeo-Christian West, really have to look at what [Putin]’s talking about as far as traditionalism goes — particularly the sense of where it supports the underpinnings of nationalism,” the Washington Post reported.

That was the same year that Trump was hailed as “the American Putin” by Russian nationalist Alexander Dugin, a philosopher generally referred to as “Putin’s Rasputin” by Breitbart. Dugin’s beliefs on the evils of liberalism have been quoted by Bannon and other far-right leaders, The Chicago Tribune reported.

“The Russian ‘equivalent’ of Trump putting Bannon on his security council would be if Putin did the same with Dugin,” former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul annotated in a blog post.

 

 

 

Carter Page
Page, formerly named as a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, spent years in Moscow, where he was “responsible for the opening of the Merrill Lynch office and was an adviser on key transactions for Gazprom, RAO UES and others,” according to his profile on the website of his company Global Energy Capital. At a press conference Wednesday, Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said the president-elect had never met Page.

 

And, lastly, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY, Donald Trump, himself:

In the words of former Sen. Howard Baker (R-TN), “What did the president know and when did he know it?” Baker asked that question during the 1973 Watergate hearing that investigated the cover-up that extended all the way to the office of the president.

When Trump made his first major foreign policy speech in April, Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak was seated on the front row. On the same day that Flynn was talking to the Russian ambassador, prior to the inauguration, Trump tweeted that it was a great move on Putin’s part to delay reaction to U.S. sanctions. Acting Attorney General Sally Yates reportedly told the White House counsel that Flynn gave misleading statements about what he discussed with the Russians. According to the Washington Post, Yates further warned that his lies were so egregious that Flynn opened himself up to possible Russian blackmail because Russia knew he lied to his superiors. The White House never made any corrections to their statements and the White House has not revealed what Trump knew and when he knew it.

When Trump was asked about the report aboard Air Force One on Friday, he claimed he’d not heard the reports about Flynn but would look into it. It took him a full three days to do so, while Flynn was sitting in national security briefings just hours before he resigned.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) held dozens of hearings on Benghazi under the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. But when asked if he would be investigating Flynn, Chaffetz told reporters that there was no need because “It’s taking care of itself.”

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ALL OF THIS IS DOCUMENTED FROM THE MANY SOURCES LINKED AT THE OPENING, EACH WITH MANY MORE SOURCES INCLUDED.

To write ALL this off blithely as “fake news” is, to be blunt, stupid, utter folly, dangerous, and IF with intent to cover-up, treasonous.

I have been following politics closely for 43 years. I have NEVER seen so much evidence, so many witnesses confirming corruption, fraud, lies, deceit, a cover-up, and treason…EVER…and that includes Nixon, Clinton, and Obama! And yet many so-called “Conservatives” not only are turning a blind-eye and deaf-ear to ALL this, they want everyone else to follow their lead and ignore the mounting, mountain of evidence that is before us.

I will NOT be silent in the face of evil. Call this “fake news”, call me a “snow flake”, rant that I’m a “stealth Democrat”…BUT…think about all that for ONE moment.

  1. The news is coming from EVERYWHERE; MSM, Conservative sources, independent sources, all are arguing the SAME FACTS. While Trump is a pathological LIAR who has BRAGGED about lying. NOT “everyone” can be “fake news”.
  2. IF I was a “snow flake” I sure have NOT melted under the heat of scrutiny and opposition, making the charge on it’s face: FALSE.
  3. And I am certainly NOT a “stealth Democrat”, for the simple [and clear] reason I am doing all I can to expose LIBERALISM and the Democratic Party for the cabal of Treason they are.

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Once again YOU are confronted with a mounting mountain of evidence and witnesses…what will YOU DO about it?

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

The “Beautiful” Wall Of Trump

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Trump’s border wall is estimated to cost $8 million to $25 million per mile

 

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– The Washington Times – Monday, March 6, 2017

NACO, Arizona — The estimates of President Trump’s proposed border wall run anywhere from $8 million to $25 million a mile, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said in a radio interview Monday — though he said no decisions have been madeon exactly what the wall will look like.

Mr. Mulvaney, speaking on the “Hugh Hewitt Show,” said the White House will ask for some money in the next couple of weeks but won’t know the details of the cost and construction until it prepares its 2019 budget, which won’t be for another year.

The director also raised the possibility that much of the new barrier will be fencing, rather than a complete concrete wall stretching the 1,950 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border.

It just depends on the kind of wall that you want to build,and I don’t think we’ve settled yet on the actual construction,” Mr. Mulvaney said. “You can do steel, you could do concrete, you can do a combination of concrete and steel. You can supplement it with different types of technologies and so forth. So it sort of depends on what you want to build.”…Mr. Trump made building a wall along the southwest border a major theme of his campaign. But he gave conflicting details. He did, however, insist it would be a wall, not a fence.

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[UP-DATE: As of May 4th NOT dollar for the wall/fence!! NOT ONE penny for the #1 issue Little, Lying Donnie El Trampo ran on!! NOT ONE!!!]

Hey guys and guyettes, did DT ever tell the truth? You know, say something that he REALLY meant?

Crikey!!! Where to begin…

ONE. DT said it would be a wall– NOT a fence. A great big, and beautiful wall.

TWO. As recently as JANUARY 16, 2017 DT and his “math whizzes” said the ENTIRE wall for all 1,950 miles would be 1.2-6 Billion dollar$.

THREE. Now DT “math geniuses” are saying 8-25 Million dollar$ A MILE!! Since this is “gubmint” let’s go with 25 MILLION a mile (everything gubmint does costs MORE than they say it will, AND costs MORE than if the PRIVATE SECTOR did it).

FOUR. With these “new and improved” cost projections the wall will (for) NOW cost $300 BILLION!!

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Let me up front say IF we build THIS TYPE of fence we won’t need a wall:

  1. BUILD  a 30 foot tall DOUBLE REINFORCED Fence, with one foot space between the two parts of the fence.
  2. Place abundant amounts of razor wire and barbed wire IN FRONT of the fence, BEHIND the fence, at THE TOP OF THE FENCE (both sides), and inbetween the 2-part fence.
  3. Have a 30 foot deep by 30 foot wide trench on each side of the fence FILLED with more razor wire and barbed wire, sharp pieces of metal and glass embedded in the trenches.
  4. Double the manpower at the border.
  5. Have National Guard and Military on stand by.
  6. Have standing order to tell everyone trying to ILLEGALLY STEAL into America be TOLD “STOP. GO BACK”- if they don’t stop and go back,  shoot them.
  7. Fine EVERY business $250,000 per illegal hired.
  8. NO welfare, NO health-care (except EMERGENCY, then deport.).
  9. NO amnesty.
  10. NO entitlements at all. NO WIC, NO FOOD STAMPS, NO SECTION 8 HOUSING. NOTHING.
  11. DEPORT ALL ILLEGALS.

THAT fence has already been priced at $40-50 BILLION tops- NOT $300 BILLION.

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The problem is NOT that DT is saying (now) he wants to build a fence in some areas.

Nope. The problem is that 1) HE LIED. He said WALL- and NOT a fence repeatedly and clearly. 2) He thinks like a foolish, no-self-control, spoiled rich man. (Pay attention to the qualifiers therein.)

IF DT would just be honest, oh, and THINK THINGS THROUGH BEFORE SHOOTING OFF HIS MOUTH, everything about him wouldn’t be so bad. But DT IS a pathological liar, a massive egotist, and a smarmy, snarky Liberal.

But, hey, we warned you all…funny how you didn’t listen then, and now that DT IS doing what we said he would do you blather “fake news” like a rabid parrot with diarrhea.

 -Rev. Larry Wallenmeyer.

Fake News: The Alt-Right, R.I.N.O.s, And Trump-Bots

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This Will Not Be A “Pretty” Article…NO “Sugar-Coating” Of A Sort-Of “Truth”

 

 

Twitter-Storm: Alt-Right, R.I.N.O.s, Trump-Bots & Libs-ALL BIG Gov. Authoritarians.

Salvo 1: I am sick of the BOGUS “fake news” blather. 1/

2/ Every time Trump-Bots, aka Alt-Right, aka R.I.N.O.s , aka Liberals hear FACTS they don’t like they bleat “fake news”.

3/ Even when there is VIDEO fully corroborating every word from the horse’s (jackass’s) mouth, they no likey- “FAKE NEWS”.

4/ Even when the SAME issue is covered by Conservative, Independent, along with MSM sources- and is verified- it’s still, to them, “fake news”…

5/ Even when “the accused” at one point admitted it was true, if they deny it now…”fake news”.

6/ I get this banal blather from Trump-Bots/Alt-Right on EVERY issue they do not approve- “fake news”.

7/ Well, NOT everyone is lying except YOUR sources! DT and cronies CITE CNN when it makes DT look good- is THAT “fake news”?

8/DT trots out “Obama wire-tapped me illegally”- NO proof whatsoever. Zero. Zip. Nada.

9/ DT and cronies do NOT use our Intel to prove their point. NO. They trot out REPORTS from the media. Is THAT “fake news”?

10/ DT and cronies cite Brietbart (THEY OWN AND RUN), and they 2-3 times CITE The NYT!! Yeah, the same MSM that’s “fake news”.

11/ So, to DT and his ilk IF it agrees with them and makes them look good- Real News. If NOT- “fake news”.

12/ The TRUTH IS DT is as BIG a BIG gov. Liberal as ANY Dem.- including Hillary and Obama!

13/ Don’t believe me? Look at WHO his BIGGEST and CLOSEST advisor is:

‘MY GOAL’

Steve Bannon, Trump’s Top Guy, Told Me He Was ‘A Leninist’ Who Wants To ‘Destroy the State’

The Breitbart executive director turned GOP leader boasted at a party about his goal of destroying the conservative establishment.

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14/ DT supports a $15.00 an hour minimum wage. That IS Marxism. *SOURCE*

15/ DT supports Nationalised Single-Payer Health-Care! THAT’S from BRIETBART– is THAT “fake news”?!!

 

16/ In the same Breitbart/Trump-bart report DT ALSO supports a YUGE tax HIKE. More BIG gov. Liberalism.

17/ DT RULES as a dictator/authoritarian via EO- does NOT GOVERN via Constitution, does NOT let Congress pass a bill.

18/ BUT if you mention ANY of this and provide multiple sources as verification? “Fake news” is the idiotic bilge they spew.

 

19/ DT and his cronies do NOT provide PROOF- they provide hearsay from reports, even citing sources THEY CALL FAKE NEWS!!

20/ Example: But, to a Trump-Bot that is “fake news”. *SOURCE*

21/ Sorry, but these SAME DISCREDITED “sources” FOR DT were then used by Mark Levin to supposedly “prove” the opposite!!

22/ I use to respect and support Levin, but since he sold out to DT he’s nothing but a SHILL. Same as Rush and Hannity.

23/ The 2-things I learned & hate about all this: Trump-Bots=R.I.N.O.s=ALT-RIGHT=LIBERALS=BIG GOV. & they ALL bleat fake news.

24/ I have blocked EVERY Trump-Bot from following me, and from even posting in my Twitter feed.

25/ Whenever I look for who to follow & see a Trump-Bot I Block them because you can NO more reason with them than a tree stump.

26/ If you’re reading this and YOU are mad- Block me. Because if not, I WILL BLOCK YOU.

27/ Time is too precious to waste on close-minded, mind-numbed Liberals who are SHEEP who bleat like parrots- FAKE NEWS.

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