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June 11, 2017, 02:40:10 AM
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Know your true enemy. It's not a static thing.

I think my true enemy is gravity, but I'm not sure.

It could also be mosquitoes.

Do I only get one True Enemy, O learned and wise repeater of mindlessness from Media Matts, Young Turkeys, and Saudi influenced carpet munching hellions?
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June 11, 2017, 02:41:46 AM
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Know your true enemy. It's not a static thing.

I think my true enemy is gravity, but I'm not sure.

It could also be mosquitoes.

Do I only get one True Enemy?

Oh no, they are myriad, friend. Wink

I hate spiders myself. Too many fucking legs IMO.
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June 11, 2017, 03:24:13 AM
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The fact is that Trump is constantly accused of racism, sexism and misogyny. I understand that Donald is a very specific person and his views are very ambiguous. But nevertheless, most American citizens supported this particular candidate. This person deserved the majority trust and thanks to this, came to power. Therefore, I believe that it is necessary to give him a chance to prove himself and to show his views on development in the United States of America.

It is easy to accuse someone of racism and xenophobia. For some extreme left-wing retards, anyone who doesn't agree with them is a neo-Nazi. But we should note that till now, no one has provided any evidence to prove that Trump is a racist.

 
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June 11, 2017, 05:16:13 PM
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The fact is that Trump is constantly accused of racism, sexism and misogyny. I understand that Donald is a very specific person and his views are very ambiguous. But nevertheless, most American citizens supported this particular candidate. This person deserved the majority trust and thanks to this, came to power. Therefore, I believe that it is necessary to give him a chance to prove himself and to show his views on development in the United States of America.

It is easy to accuse someone of racism and xenophobia. For some extreme left-wing retards, anyone who doesn't agree with them is a neo-Nazi. But we should note that till now, no one has provided any evidence to prove that Trump is a racist.

Muslim Ban.

Boom.
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June 11, 2017, 05:24:22 PM
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The fact is that Trump is constantly accused of racism, sexism and misogyny. I understand that Donald is a very specific person and his views are very ambiguous. But nevertheless, most American citizens supported this particular candidate. This person deserved the majority trust and thanks to this, came to power. Therefore, I believe that it is necessary to give him a chance to prove himself and to show his views on development in the United States of America.

It is easy to accuse someone of racism and xenophobia. For some extreme left-wing retards, anyone who doesn't agree with them is a neo-Nazi. But we should note that till now, no one has provided any evidence to prove that Trump is a racist.

Muslim Ban.

Boom.
If you look at essentially raised issues, it's possible that Donald Trump has a lot of negativity both in himself and around himself. But the fact is that Muslims today do not like anywhere. And I wonder if Americans will love the tramp like Russians did in Putin.

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June 12, 2017, 05:42:20 AM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.

 
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June 12, 2017, 05:55:53 AM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.

A judge did a clairvoyant mind-meld with Trump and determined the guy to be a racist, and that formed the basis for her ruling when she rejected his travel restrictions.  That settles it.

I would be more down on Trump for neglecting Saudi Arabia where many 'terrorist' (aka, patsies) passed through, but it turns out that the main reason for this location of transit was that it was a convenient locale for the CIA to run these people through for a relatively long time period.  Some state dept whistle-blower gave a pretty good interview on this.  If Trump's team changes that (and I'm no holding my breath) then Saudi Arabia probably isn't excessively risky.


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June 12, 2017, 11:26:19 PM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.

Do a simple search, dude.

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June 13, 2017, 01:40:55 AM
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I would be more down on Trump for neglecting Saudi Arabia where many 'terrorist' (aka, patsies) passed through, but it turns out that the main reason for this location of transit was that it was a convenient locale for the CIA to run these people through for a relatively long time period.  Some state dept whistle-blower gave a pretty good interview on this.  If Trump's team changes that (and I'm no holding my breath) then Saudi Arabia probably isn't excessively risky.

Saudi Arabia isn't sending any refugees to the United States (although they are sending tens of thousands of students to the American universities every year). That may have been one of the reasons why there was no ban on Saudi Arabia, and yet there was one for Syria.

 
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It's Sessions Confessions Day!

Fuck Christmas, it's been like my birthday the last few weeks Wink

So today we get to hear from one Jeff Sessions, back on the stand yet again concerning his contacts with the Russians during the election. We are lucky we get to hear from Mr Sessions, we almost didn't have the privilege..

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/sessions-says-he-will-not-testify-at-congressional-budget-hearings-this-week/2017/06/10/e052be84-4e2a-11e7-a186-60c031eab644_story.html?utm_term=.3fc4cfa399f8

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who had agreed to testify this week before the Senate and House appropriations subcommittees about the Justice Department budget, wrote the chairmen of the committees Saturday and said he was sending his deputy to testify instead.

Sessions was scheduled to testify before Congress on Tuesday for the first time since he was confirmed as attorney general in February. In light of former FBI director James B. Comey’s testimony last week, Sessions was expected to get many questions from lawmakers about his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 election campaign.

Sessions wrote to the two chairmen that he would testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday instead. A Justice Department official said that committee hearing probably will be closed to the public.


Imagine that Wink Mr Sessions is reluctant, in case you forgot, because of all this:

In early March, The Washington Post reported that Sessions twice met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign and did not disclose that to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing in January. The next day, Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation and said it would be overseen by his deputy attorney general, who last month appointed a special counsel to handle the probe.

Recused, but not so much so he can still write letters recommending the firing of Comey Wink

So either he will step out and immediately say 'executive privilege', (he sooooooo doesn't want to do that), or we might hear something interesting today.

Why do you guys think he lied twice about his meetings with Russia? In front of Congress? It's probably a non issue, right? Wink



And a little more food for thought, you can never go hungry with the administration:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/13/trump-is-considering-firing-special-counsel-mueller-friend-says.html

Christopher Ruddy, the founder of Newsmax Media and close friend of President Trump, told PBS News Hour Monday that he believes the president is “considering perhaps terminating” special counsel Robert Mueller, the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the U.S. election and possible collusion with Trump’s campaign.

The comments come amid increasing frustration at the White House and among Trump supporters that the investigation will overshadow the president's agenda for months to come.

When reached by Fox News after the remarks, Ruddy said, “while I am not claiming the president said it to me, I am confident of my sourcing. He is definitely considering it as an option.”
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This is on Fox, so it's quite obviously real news Wink
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June 13, 2017, 03:07:12 PM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.
It's still not right. The ban on the entry of particular countries, this restriction of freedom of movement. Trump was not to do loud statements, and to order a thorough inspection of persons arriving from these countries.
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Trump can't get his racist Muslim ban passed.

It's been legally blocked twice now.

and, agreed, it's not right.
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June 13, 2017, 11:45:25 PM
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Trump is a very bad President. He can and wants to do something good, but it turns out that he's making things worse. Perhaps he needed to pause and develop a strategy for the development of the USA, and then to act. While he only spontaneous decisions that give nothing but scandals.
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He creates a new scandal daily.

His Tweets are like self-inflicted wounds.

Covfefe?  WTF was that incoherent tweet all about?

What a huge embarrassment he is to the USA...and orange mankind.  Having his Cabinet bow down to him on TV yesterday -- "what a blessing!"


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June 14, 2017, 01:39:46 AM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.
It's still not right. The ban on the entry of particular countries, this restriction of freedom of movement. Trump was not to do loud statements, and to order a thorough inspection of persons arriving from these countries.

That was the logic behind that ban. To conduct a "thorough inspection" for these immigrants. Until such "inspections" could be done, Trump suspended the immigration for a period of 6 months. It was perfectly justified.

 
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June 14, 2017, 02:39:41 AM
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It's Sessions Confessions Day!

Fuck Christmas, it's been like my birthday the last few weeks Wink

So today we get to hear from one Jeff Sessions, back on the stand yet again concerning his contacts with the Russians during the election. We are lucky we get to hear from Mr Sessions, we almost didn't have the privilege..

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/sessions-says-he-will-not-testify-at-congressional-budget-hearings-this-week/2017/06/10/e052be84-4e2a-11e7-a186-60c031eab644_story.html?utm_term=.3fc4cfa399f8

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who had agreed to testify this week before the Senate and House appropriations subcommittees about the Justice Department budget, wrote the chairmen of the committees Saturday and said he was sending his deputy to testify instead.

Sessions was scheduled to testify before Congress on Tuesday for the first time since he was confirmed as attorney general in February. In light of former FBI director James B. Comey’s testimony last week, Sessions was expected to get many questions from lawmakers about his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 election campaign.

Sessions wrote to the two chairmen that he would testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday instead. A Justice Department official said that committee hearing probably will be closed to the public.


Imagine that Wink Mr Sessions is reluctant, in case you forgot, because of all this:

In early March, The Washington Post reported that Sessions twice met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign and did not disclose that to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing in January. The next day, Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation and said it would be overseen by his deputy attorney general, who last month appointed a special counsel to handle the probe.

Recused, but not so much so he can still write letters recommending the firing of Comey Wink

So either he will step out and immediately say 'executive privilege', (he sooooooo doesn't want to do that), or we might hear something interesting today.

Why do you guys think he lied twice about his meetings with Russia? In front of Congress? It's probably a non issue, right? Wink



And a little more food for thought, you can never go hungry with the administration:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/06/13/trump-is-considering-firing-special-counsel-mueller-friend-says.html

Christopher Ruddy, the founder of Newsmax Media and close friend of President Trump, told PBS News Hour Monday that he believes the president is “considering perhaps terminating” special counsel Robert Mueller, the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the U.S. election and possible collusion with Trump’s campaign.

The comments come amid increasing frustration at the White House and among Trump supporters that the investigation will overshadow the president's agenda for months to come.

When reached by Fox News after the remarks, Ruddy said, “while I am not claiming the president said it to me, I am confident of my sourcing. He is definitely considering it as an option.”
.

This is on Fox, so it's quite obviously real news Wink


I am not very enthusiastic about Jeff Sessions.  Yet I also admit I do not know very much about him so I do not make much comment until I have more information..

I think Mueller should be fired since he is biased as a personal friend of Comey.  Also he has hired someone from the Clinton Cartel Foundation.


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June 14, 2017, 02:54:35 AM
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Muslim Ban.

Boom.

To be honest, I can't find any Muslim ban. Trump tried to suspend immigration from 7 nations, until better vetting procedures could be put in to place. But the suspension was applicable for the citizens from these countries who belong to all the religions. Not like it was applicable only for the Muslims.
It's still not right. The ban on the entry of particular countries, this restriction of freedom of movement. Trump was not to do loud statements, and to order a thorough inspection of persons arriving from these countries.

That was the logic behind that ban. To conduct a "thorough inspection" for these immigrants. Until such "inspections" could be done, Trump suspended the immigration for a period of 6 months. It was perfectly justified.

Why then has every court struck it down as unconstitutional and unjustified?
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I am not very enthusiastic about Jeff Sessions.  Yet I also admit I do not know very much about him so I do not make much comment until I have more information..

I think Mueller should be fired since he is biased as a personal friend of Comey.  Also he has hired someone from the Clinton Cartel Foundation.

I like Sessions primarily because he was one person in congress who bothered to go into the secret room and actually read what was in the TPP.  When he came out he was hard against it and vocally so.

Sessions was also the guy who was on the Trump-train very early and stayed with him.  I am guessing that this is because Session bought a lot of the BS that Trump was selling as, by necessity, so did a lot of us.  Nobody could predict how much of a fraud Trump is/was or how much he could be influenced to back-track on some of the philosophies he presented.  We all just had to hope for the best.

The funny thing is that I'm pretty much opposed to Sessions' actual projects in a whole lot of cases.  Most of them actually.  But I would rather have a guy who enforces a law I don't like than one who is selective.  Sessions promised to enforce the laws as is his job as attorney general, so I cannot hold it against him to do just that.  He has correctly said that if Congress doesn't like a particular law, then it is up to them to change it.  This wishy-washy thing with, say, pot being illegal at the federal level but the feds look the other way is bullshit and it creates a lot of slop for malfeasance at many levels (which may be a feature rather than a bug.)  I actually wonder if Sessions is trying to influence his former colleges to actually do their job do something reasonable about pot at the legislative level by going on his absurd war on the substance as AG.

As for Mueller, he was head of FBI during and after 9/11.  No more need be said.


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I am not very enthusiastic about Jeff Sessions.  Yet I also admit I do not know very much about him so I do not make much comment until I have more information..

I think Mueller should be fired since he is biased as a personal friend of Comey.  Also he has hired someone from the Clinton Cartel Foundation.

I like Sessions primarily because he was one person in congress who bothered to go into the secret room and actually read what was in the TPP.  When he came out he was hard against it and vocally so.

Sessions was also the guy who was on the Trump-train very early and stayed with him.  I am guessing that this is because Session bought a lot of the BS that Trump was selling as, by necessity, so did a lot of us.  Nobody could predict how much of a fraud Trump is/was or how much he could be influenced to back-track on some of the philosophies he presented.  We all just had to hope for the best.

The funny thing is that I'm pretty much opposed to Sessions' actual projects in a whole lot of cases.  Most of them actually.  But I would rather have a guy who enforces a law I don't like than one who is selective.  Sessions promised to enforce the laws as is his job as attorney general, so I cannot hold it against him to do just that.  He has correctly said that if Congress doesn't like a particular law, then it is up to them to change it.  This wishy-washy thing with, say, pot being illegal at the federal level but the feds look the other way is bullshit and it creates a lot of slop for malfeasance at many levels (which may be a feature rather than a bug.)  I actually wonder if Sessions is trying to influence his former colleges to actually do their job do something reasonable about pot at the legislative level by going on his absurd war on the substance as AG.

As for Mueller, he was head of FBI during and after 9/11.  No more need be said.



Yeah I am amazed at how well people around the world knew the TPP and the impact it would have had and yet in the USA nobody read it at all!  that is +1 for Sessions.   And enforcing the law is +1 too.  

  Agree that the dual sovereignty system suffers when the fed gov waits to correct the state laws. They should either admit they are wrong or that the states are wrong.  Until then credibility and usability suffers..

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Since Greenbitz can copy and paste stuff from the internet then so will I in the interest of balanced reporting ;.. Here goes (: Smiley

It takes a village
I might as well mention this, because it is (sort of) making the rounds -

In Hillary Clinton's 1996 book "It takes a village to raise a child", she wrote about using black prison labor to maintain the Arkansas governor's mansion while the Clintons were there. Someone went back in time, read that piece of trash, and found it. Now it is a scandal I guess.

Hillary does not look good in retrospect, because first of all prison labor is frowned on, and second of all, she claims to have become friendly with a few of them - African American men in their thirties who she claimed were emotional illiterates. That's certainly not a politically correct way to say it.

Yep, this can get published by her directly in a very well known about book, and the MSM won't touch it. Imagine what would happen if Trump did anything of the sort, let alone published it!
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Creepy: "Indivisible" sleeper cell groups popping up EVERYWHERE
I'd bet George Soros is behind this, and wants to make good and sure there are a huge number of registered activists ready for the next election, to crush it. Take a look at this map of locations, it is absolutely freaky https://www.indivisibleguide.com/act-locally/

There is obviously the usual "Trump lost the election and blah blah to justify it" also. This really looks like something Soros is backing.

SO HERE IS WHAT YOU DO: find a location near you. Join the group. Infiltrate it and at a minimum expose it. At a max, divert and subvert it. This is a game they play, and we had better start playing it also.  
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In other news here is a solid gold bust of Sandy Hook:

BUSTED:

They have posted fake schedules and fake cover stories to cover for the fact no kids were at Sandy Hook from 2008 up until the shooting. They are doing this to "prove" the school was open. But this is easy to shred still, PEOPLE, PLEASE DO SCREEN CAPTURES OF THIS RIGHT NOW:
This following article reads like a load of puff, and claims to be welcoming the kids in 2010. And Google has it indexed for 2010. And the paper says it is 2010. Sandy Hook welcomes kindergardeners in 2010 https://patch.com/connecticut/newtown/sandy-hook-school-welcomes-incoming-kindergarteners This is a lie, even though Google says it is real. HERE IS PROOF:

Archive.org dropped the "truth burial" ball, and shows the earliest posting of this report happened after the psy op, in November 2014. It got indexed regularly ever since.

SEE THIS. https://web.archive.org/web/*/https://patch.com/connecticut/newtown/sandy-hook-school-welcomes-incoming-kindergarteners The first record of the page existing was in November of 2014. That simply does not cut it, and you will see the exact same anomalies happen with everything sandy hook related during the time frame between shut down and psy op because the school was closed, and all that exists is fake postings and Google complicity with "legitimate" dating to cover it all up. The Wayback machine was not sufficiently accounted for and compromised so (for now) the proof is there that the school really was closed.

In case there is anything wrong with the links, here is the copy paste version:

Fake posted years later report: https://patch.com/connecticut/newtown/sandy-hook-school-welcomes-incoming-kindergarteners

Wayback machine, confirming it was not posted in 2010 as stated:

https://web.archive.org/web/20140101000000*/https://patch.com/connecticut/newtown/sandy-hook-school-welcomes-incoming-kindergarteners

The Wayback machine indexed the Sandy Hook web site. http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://newtown.k12.ct.us/~sh All indexing stopped in the spring of 2008 Because the school was shut down permanently at that time, to be demolished. This shut down and demolition order is something I covered at the time of Sandy Hook in detail. Sandy Hook was shut down because of asbestos problems.

Additionally, if you go to the indexing in the Wayback machine, it shows the days it indexed the last pages, but when you click them they are all deleted, because for the last two years on the Sandy Hook web site, it said the school was soon to be shut down and demolished and the Wayback machine is a totally fluid political tool that exists to fill a history expungement agenda, all the while it fronts as legit.

The Wayback machine indexed nothing from spring of 2008 until 2013, because there was no web site to index for a school that did not exist. Then, after the psy op, someone re-registered the Sandy Hook web site to prove the school existed, which is something anyone can do to any web site that has been abandoned. The Wayback machine can't tell the difference between the original web site and the hoax web site, so it indexes them as the same.

So here is the link to the Wayback machine that shows this. http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://newtown.k12.ct.us/~sh You can click any date that is within two years of the shut down, and the pages will be blank, but if you go back in time to before 2005, the pages work, and prove that this really is the web site for Sandy Hook.

There are trolls out there saying this is fake, but it is clearly not fake. It absolutely is the real web site for the same Sandy Hook that was supposedly shot up, and there really is a five year gap in updates that prove the school was not in operation prior to the psy op.

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