Friday, March 16, 2018

Spring Cleaning -- Out with the ProgDem Lies and In with the Truth that America Is Succeeding under President Trump

HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S DAY !! I always think of St Patrick's Day and the "Wearing of the Green" as the start of Spring -- never mind that Spring actually arrives a few days later. AND, Sprin is for cleaning -- so let's clean out the Progressive Democrats -- those Swampy ProgDems -- and all their lies and Deep State seditious acts and words and start fresh for Spring 2018. • • • WAKE UP, REPUBLICANS. That's the advice of Mason Weaver, a noted national conservative speaker hwo is often on the outs with the ProgDems because he is a Black American who understands that qs he puts it "Black Lies Matter." Mason Weaver wrote an article for WND on Thursday that told Republicans to "WAKE UP, OR LOSE ALL TRUMP'S GAINS." That is a pretty clear message. Weaver hits every Republican for "allowing Dems, media to 'hypnotize' them." Weaver asks : "What has happened to you Republicans? How dare you sit at home and allow the lewd left to take control of the elections. We have worked too hard to turn the tide for you to relax now. How dare you sit at home because your candidate hurt someone’s feelings, was rude or insulted your gender. This is not a sorority or social club. You play around with the successes we have experienced because of emotional charges of the Democrats? You would rather have Nancy Pelosi as speaker just because your candidate is not perfect? Wake up, folks. Consider the error of your ways. Look at what is at stake. Do you really want to reverse the tax cuts? Are you willing to reverse the return of American companies to America? What is it about the record low unemployment that you hate? Do you really believe your children are safer if you don’t have the right to carry a gun? What has happened to you Republicans?....We have submitted to the media depression that has been pouring over this nation since Trump was elected. This mental and psychological warfare perpetrated on Republicans is similar to the tactics of police convincing innocent people to confess to a crime. They can put so much pressure on the suspect that eventually totally innocent people will admit to a crime just to get out of the interrogations. Is that what has happened to you Republicans? Have you been told how horrible you are, mean, racist, intolerant and hated so much that you feel guilty? Stop it, wake up, and think. Do you really think you will feel better with the Democrats controlling the committees in Congress? Do you really want Schumer and Pelosi to control the Judiciary Committee confirming the next Supreme Court justice? Will your guilt cover your horror when you see the military surrender, China buying our businesses and more regulations placed on Americans? Is it your fantasy that the media will ease up on you if you allow liberals to have control over your health care again? Haven’t you had enough yet?" Mason Weaver does no tread lightly. His chastisement is front-and-center -- like the disabled but rehabilitated Navy Vet and productive American that he is -- so when he asks : "How many negative ads, fake news stories, lying commentaries and personal attacks do you need to make you abandon your children’s future to those who hate your children? Would you allow a child molester to babysit your children just because he has great bedtime stories? You are Republicans, not timid snowflakes. You don’t need safe spaces, community organizers and protection from mean people. Why are you allowing the Democrats to go on the offensive? Aren’t you offended enough? Haven’t you seen enough? You have had 14 months of seeing Democrats as they really are. Do you accept them as serious? You have seen the riots, pink hats and “nasty”‘women, Black Lies Matter and total disrespect. Do you not understand that giving Democrats control of Congress will create a Sanctuary Country?" • Weaver is clear about Prezsident Trump : "I am getting tired of the nervousness over Trump’s tweets, his language, mannerism and style. Don’t forget -- everything you know about Trump you learned from the media. Have you forgotten where we were going before Trump? We see the liberals having our children abandoning classrooms to march for gun control and less school safety. We allow them to manipulate our children and indoctrinate them against our beliefs, and we stand by with our eyes closed....We have only two choices : protecting illegal gangs or protecting Americans, tax hikes or lower taxes, public education or public indoctrination, losing the Second Amendment or strengthening it. There are no compromises, surrender or middle ground. Stop trying to win without offending the enemy. You can only win or lose to them. You cannot compromise; the only common ground is the grave. Get back in the game, Republicans, and return to your roots -- conservatism. Recognize what is happening to you and stay in control. The only way Democrats can succeed is for you to fail. And the only way you can fail is to be hypnotized. In order for you to be great you must Make America Great Again." You can read Mason Weaver's article at < >. • That should have revved up our Spring-Clean motors. Let's get started. • • • JEFF SESSIONS AND THE REPUBLICAN CONGRESS. "For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required," reads Luke 12:48. Jesus could have aimed that explanation directly at this GOP Congress and especially the Attorney General who is supposed to be working with them to put America's house in order. • WND wrote on Thursday that : "At least four US Senators are joining a number of their colleagues in the US House seeking a new special counsel in Washington. Special Counsel Robert Mueller already has been working for a year to try to find evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia during the 2016 presidential race. So far, nothing." • Sadly, "so far nothing" applies to Sessions' Department of Justice. That four Senators are joining House members in calling for a special counsel to investigate how Mueller was appointed, the details of how the Obama administration came to spy on a Trump campaign figure under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and more, is an indication of the depth of the dissatisfaction Congress has with its Republican brother at the head of the DOJ. The Washington Times reported that Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham acknowledged that the Department of Justice inspector general already is looking into these issues, but that office is constrained by law, and it will “take someone with special counsel powers to get to the bottom of what happened. Thus, we believe that a special counsel is needed to work with the inspector general to independently gather the facts and make prosecutorial decisions, if any are merited,” the Senators said. A New York Times report on Thursday said Grassley and Graham were joined by Senators John Cornyn and Thom Tillis. Representatives Trey Gowdy of the House Intelligence Committee and Bob Goodlatte of the House Judiciary Committee, earlier said the additional appointment is needed. Attorney General Jeff Sessions answer in a Fox News interview was that he would “consider” making such an appointment. Sessions said : “Well, I have great respect for Mr. Gowdy and Chairman Goodlatte, and we are going to consider seriously their recommendations. I have appointed a person outside of Washington -- many years at the Department of Justice -- to look at all of the allegations that the House Judiciary Committee members sent to us and we are conducting that investigation.” • WHERE is the URGENCY??? Where is the fire in the belly of AG Sessions to get to the bottom of the Russia investigations, including special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe prompted primarily by an anti-Trump “Russia Dossier” of largely unverified political dirt financed by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee and used by the FBI to obtain a warrant to spy on a Trump campaign advisor. WHERE is AG Sessions' drive to get to the issues of the integrity of the secret FISA court -- already a major intrusion on the constitutional right of Americans not to be subject to drumhead spying and trials -- and whether or not the Obama administration turned FISA into a political weapon against then-candidate Donald Trump. • DOES Jeff Sessions feel any pressure to turn his “We are not afraid to look at that” into a real investigation and not the umpteenth item at the bottom of the list of the IG Sessions described as weak on FISA : "The inspector general, something that our inspector general is not very strong, but he has almost 500 employees, most of which are lawyers and prosecutors, and they are looking at the FISA process.” • Representative Jim Jordan told the Daily Caller the second special counsel should be “someone from Oklahoma, Iowa, somewhere from the middle of the country. A well-respected, retired federal judge or some prosecutor who’s well respected to assemble a team and let them do it. I don’t see any other remedy.” • In February, more than a dozen House Republicans urged Sessions to make a special counsel appointment to investigate Hillary Clinton. They believe there’s still more to find concerning Clinton’s abuse of classified information, as well as the origins of the Russian election-meddling investigation and the allegations of surveillance abuses by the FBI. • There also were calls for a second special counsel in January after the FBI revealed it failed to save five months worth of text messages between two FBI agents who exhibited an anti-Trump bias. • An overview of the findings of the House’s Russia investigation released Monday by the probe’s top Republican, Representative Mike Conaway of Texas, said that among the findings was this : "Although the committee agrees Russia interfered in the election, the intelligence community failed to adequately back up its claim 'with respect to Putin’s supposed preference for candidate Trump.' The conclusion that Putin was trying to help Trump, we don’t think that’s supported by the underlying data.' ” • Being careful and thorough is an admirable quality in a lawyer. BUT, Jeff Sessions must know more than anyone else in Washington, including the President, just how criminal and unconstitutional the actions of the FBI, Hillary, Obama and his White House national security staff, and the Obama AGs really were. Why is he waiting? What is he waiting for? • "To whom much is given, much will be required" -- that is how St Luke's words are usually said today. I have great respect for Jeff Sessions. But, there comes a time "to fish or cut bait," as we Deplorables say. Sessions has cut all the bait he needs. It is TIME TO FISH. If he is paralyzed by fear or political loyalties that we can only guess at, the honorable thing would be to resign. If Sessions, like Tillerson, is too dug in and sure of himself to do the honorable thing, it is time for Congress to call for his resignation and support President Trump who will have to fire Jeff Sessions if he balks at resigning. That is the first and most critically urgent Spring Cleaning the GOP and President Trump face. • • • SCHUMER AND PELOSI ARE GOING AFTER THE TAX CUTS. And, it is the second item on our Spring Cleaning list to stop them dead in their tracks, before they build a full head of steam going into the mid-terms, and spread lies to their low-information ProgDem voters about how the tax cuts do not benefit middle class Americans. That is RUBBISH. And Republicans need to join Mitch McConnell in saying it every day. Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday held the as yet undecided Pennsylvania race up as proof that Republicans' claims about the popularity of the tax bill are overstated : “The American people are smart about this,” he said on the Senate floor. “They know the vast majority of this goes to the wealthy. They know the amount going to them is small. They know that their tax breaks are temporary and corporate tax breaks are permanent.” GOP Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, the chairman of Senate Republican Campaign Committee, shot back, arguing that Schumer's proposal to repeal the Trump tax cut in order to pay for infrastructure is a losing strategy : "If I were Chuck Schumer, I'd be terrified about a growing economy with people earning wages that are higher than they were and I'd be terrified that I came up with a plan to increase taxes." • While Republicans are looking to highlight the tax cut issue in the mid-terms, some vulnerable Senate Democrat incumbents view the Trump tax cut as an opportunity to play offense. • However the Pennsylvania race ends, Republicans overall are leaning into the tax cuts as one of their best strategies for November, viewing it as a major accomplishment they can tout on the campaign trail while attacking vulnerable Democrats who opposed it. TheHill says that Americans for Prosperity, a political group backed by Charles and David Koch, announced Wednesday it : "will spend $4 million on television and digital ads highlighting tax reform in Indiana and Missouri, two Senate battlegrounds. The aggressive move forced Democrats to rally to the defense of Claire McCaskill (Mo.) and Joe Donnelly (Ind.), two Democrat Senators up for reelection in states Trump won. Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC dedicated to winning a Senate Democratic majority, has spent $3.8 million in both states defending the incumbents. Chris Pack, the communications director for American Crossroads and the Senate Leadership Fund, two outside groups dedicated to protecting the GOP majority, said Democrats wouldn’t have poured millions of dollars into Indiana and Missouri if they weren’t worried about the potency of taxes as an issue." Chris Hayden, a spokesman for the Democrat Senate Majority PAC, said his group is using a message similar to Lamb’s in Pennsylvania to defend McCaskill and Donnelly. A senior Republican aide said the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) and allied groups are preparing more ads to attack Democrats for not backing the tax cuts : “It is the clearest, easiest message. This can be cut and played 18 different ways. We have so much information." • Republicans at the national and state levels cannot allow Democrats to get away with the lie that Trump's tax cuts are not helping ordinary Americans. The NRSC blasted Senator Bill Nelson, the Florida Democrat running for re-election, for backing a proposal to repeal the Trump tax cuts to pay for an infrastructure bill. Nelson faces a tough reelection against a likely bid from Florida GOP Governor Rick Scott. NRSC spokeswoman Katie Martin says : “Bill Nelson’s re-election strategy seems to be voting against bigger paychecks, bonuses and more jobs, and instead supporting higher taxes for Florida families.” • The second leg of the Democrat tax cut issue will be to tie it to Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid by tellingthe lie that the GOP wants to cut these social programs and harm Americans, especially retirees. Another pile of RUBBISH. Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio said : “The public is starting to see that after blowing this huge hole in the budget, the Republicans are coming after Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. There’s no doubt that they are.” • The truth is that on Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell highlighted other areas of the tax law where Republicans may focus -- its expansion of the tax advantage for college savings accounts to allow families to use them for private and religious schools. He said that helped one family in Louisville, Kentucky, send their learning-disabled child to a private school with smaller classes and more individual attention. Apparently brain dead, Speaker Paul Ryan had already fallen into the ProgDem trap in December by hauling out yet again his own personal view that Republicans would aim to reduce federal funding on Medicare, Medicaid and entitlement programs, arguing that Medicare and Medicaid “are the big drivers of the debt.” It was Mitch McConnell who quickly dismissed Ryan's idea as a "nonstarter in the Senate," but Brown thinks its still at the forefront of the GOP agenda. Brown is wrong, but he did get one thing right when he said : "You saw Ryan did it right away. McConnell said no but McConnell has a three-times higher IQ when it comes to politics than Ryan.” • So, the second and urgent Spring Cleaning the GOP and President Trump face is to explain the tax cuts in terms everybody can understand at the personal and family level. That must be combined with practical details about how Americans are actually getting better social services because of Trump's attack on Obamacare that has lowered healthcare insurance premiums without cutting out coverage for "pre-existing conditions," has eliminated the buy-Obamacare-coverage-or-pay-extra-income-tax, and has already begun its drive to force down drug costs. These messages are positive and hit home with Americans. Trump and the GOP simply have to use them to overcome the ProgDem lies about everything because they hate and have no answers for the Trump agenda that connects with real Americans. • • • WHAT IS THE PROGDEM REALITY? • Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe met with Associate Deputy Attorney General Scott Schools on Thursday, as a part of Attorney General Jeff Session's review of whether he should be fired, CBS News' Paula Reid reports. McCabe has been expected to retire this month. Sources told CBS News to expect a decision by close of business Friday. FBI officials have recommended that the former number two at the agency be fired, as Reid has reported. Since then, Sessions has been reviewing the recommendation. If McCabe is fired, it is believed his only avenue of appeal would be to file a lawsuit to try to reclaim his pension. McCabe has long been a central player in the Russia Dossier and the FBI spying on candidate and then President Trump. A report by the Department of Justice Inspector General, while not yet finished but expected to be released in April, has found evidence that McCabe had questionable contact with a reporter and was not fully forthcoming when asked about it about an investigation concerning the Clinton Foundation. Those familiar with McCabe's side of the story say he was authorized to talk to reporters. The FBI declined to comment about the possibility of any appeals process, and President Trump ignored questions about McCabe from reporters Thursday. Can we hope that AG Sessions will Take the decision to fire the notoriously partisan McCabe, whose wife received campaign funds from Terry McAuliffe, a Clinton cronie, and who also seems to have stonewalled investigations about the spying before the 2016 election. If Sessions waits until the end of March, McCabe will be yet another Deep State anti-Trump actor to "get away" scott free with a hefty pension, like Lois Lerner, the IRS official who now has a $100,000 per year pension after the Sessions Justice Department refused last September to pursue charges against her, saying he Trump administration had no plans to charge former IRS official Lois Lerner over her role in the Tea Party targeting scandal. The Republicans who requested a fresh look at the case were disappointed in the Sessions DOJ's response. The GOP congressman who asked Sessions to review the Lerner case called the DOJ decision "terrible. It sends the message that the same legal, ethical, and constitutional standards we all live by do not apply to Washington political appointees," adding that appointees "will now have the green light to target Americans for their political beliefs and mislead investigators without ever being held accountable for their lawlessness." • Hillary Clinton has apparently fallen again, this time in India, where she was treated briefly at a hospital in Jodhpur after suffering a minor injury at her hotel, the head of the hospital said Friday. On Thursday, Hillary wore a scarf over her right arm and hand as she toured monuments in the city of Jaipur. A widely circulated video shot earlier this week showed her tripping on the steps of a palace in central India, requiring the aid of two men before kicking off her shoes. BUT, Hillary was still able to attack Trump and the Deplorables. In a weekend speech in New Delhi, she said President Donald Trump has "quite an affinity for dictators" and that he "really likes their authoritarian posturing and behavior." And, speaking to an audience in Mumbai on Saturday, Hillary blamed her election loss to Trump on the "middle" of America, which she accused of "looking backwards." Her remarks were seized upon by conservative commentators as "dismissing America's Heartland." Describing election maps from November 2016, which showed most of the central United States voting for Trump, Hillary said : "All that red in the middle, where Trump won, what the map doesn't show you is that I won the places that represent two-thirds of America's gross domestic product. So I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward." She said Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign "was looking backwards," playing on what she said were feelings in the non-urban United States of voters who "didn't like black people getting rights," or "women getting jobs." She refrained from calling us Deplorables this time around, but the message was clear. AND, as if that were not enough, in Hillary's speech -- to India Today Conclave -- she made some astonishing statements. Even ProgDems are criticizing this part of her speech : "Democrats do not do well with white men, and they do not do well with married, white women. And part of that is an ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, thinks you should." Talk about racism, misogynism, and sexism -- Hillary was suggesting that white women (but not black women who are fully capable of voting their conscience) voted for Donald Trump only because they are incapable of independent thought, choosing instead to be bullied into voting a particular way by their poor, racist, misogynistic husbands. Some Democrats were angry about Clinton's statements. "She's annoying me," says one 2016 Clinton surrogate. "She's annoying everyone, as far as I can tell. Who lets her say these things?" And, of course the ProgDem propagandists at the Washington Post -- namely Eugene Scott -- wrote a real diatribe in defense of Hillary's comments in an article titled "Like it or not, studies suggest that Clinton may not be wrong about white women voting like their husbands." American Thinker commented on all of this : "You see, the left believes everything Clinton said. Leftists may take issue with how she said it, sure, as Hillary's thoroughly proven that she's incapable of tactful rhetoric. (But all you Deplorables already knew that.) In reality, the left actually believes that white men are coercing their wives to advance white supremacy and that they view their wives as property to be bossed around. Why else would women not hop on the trolley to empowerment that Democrats are operating?....This is about the left's continued inclination to eschew any desire for truth in order to tilt at the windmills of 'white supremacy' and battle the phantoms of 'the patriarchy' and other unsubstantiated myths, such as the 'gender wage gap,' which is supposed to result from systemic discrimination. Hillary's comments are the crazed musings of a fallen political star to whom the left had once hitched its wagon. But just because there's a glimmer of hope that this event seems to have gotten us closer to Hillary's political relevance being buried forever, that doesn't mean that fake news stories like this, which are making those exact assertions, will be interred along with it." The entire article by Willliam Sullivan, and its interesting voting statistics can be accessed at < >. • BizPac reported on Thursday that FBI testimony before Congress confirms that the Obama DOJ ordered 500,000 fugitives purged from the NICS background check database. BizPac wrote that : "While Democrats throw tantrums over who should and shouldn’t have guns, it seems the Obama administration was pretty adept at getting weapons into the hands of some people. Acting FBI deputy director David Bowdich confirmed that it was a decision made under the direction of the Obama administration that led to more than half a million fugitives with outstanding arrest warrants to have their names removed from a national database. The interpretation of a 'fugitive from justice' to refer to wanted people who have crossed state lines was determined by former President Obama’s Justice Department which directed the FBI to drop more than 500,000 names from the National Instant Criminal Background Check System. Bowdich testified about the decision during Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the failed response of the FBI and law enforcement in preventing the Parkland, Florida mass shooting last month which claimed the lives of 17 people." California Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein asked Bowdich about the Justice Department memo which forced the removal of the names by the FBI. Bowditch said : “That was a decision that was made under the previous administration. It was the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel that reviewed the law and believed that it needed to be interpreted so that if someone was a fugitive in a state, there had to be indications that they had crossed state lines,” he explained. “Otherwise they were not known to be a fugitive under the law in the way it was interpreted.” • PELOSI is at it again. Fix This Nation reported that House Democrat minority leader Nancy Pelosi just followed the MSM propagandist media when she said : "In the aftermath of Rex Tillerson’s firing on Tuesday, several news outlets ignored their own reporting in an attempt to connect the Secretary of State’s sudden ousting with his hardline approach to Russia’s poisoning of a British spy. That connection would have been impossible, of course; every reputable news agency in the country -- NOT just the White House -- confirmed that Trump was ready to pull the trigger on the previous Friday. Tillerson himself was told by Chief of Staff John Kelly to prepare for a negative tweet over the weekend, but he apparently didn’t get the hint. Long story short, there is NOTHING in the record to suggest that Trump suddenly made this decision because Tillerson blamed Russia for the poisoning. In fact, Trump himself has said he believes Moscow was behind the ruthless attack." BUT, says Fix This Nation : "None of that stopped House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi from releasing a statement based on nothing more substantial than her own feeble conclusions and the false reporting of the left-wing blogosphere. 'Secretary Tillerson’s firing sets a profoundly disturbing precedent in which standing up for our allies against Russian aggression is grounds for a humiliating dismissal,' she said. 'President Trump’s actions show that every official in his Administration is at the mercy of his personal whims and his worship of Putin. It is no wonder that the President has trouble attracting high-caliber people to his Administration when he undercuts and humiliates those he supposedly respects.' " NANCY PELOSI -- pathetic, idiotic, recklessly irresponsible. Nancy owes the country and the President an apology for jumping to the wrong conclusions. AGAIN. • • • DEAR READERS, we are not impressed with the foul play and lies and downright struidity the ProgDems try to foist of on unsuspecting Americans. It worked for 80 years, but no more. For example, CBS News reported with chorkles that : "President Trump admits he makes things up. President Trump has owned up to making things up. For a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Mr. Trump was by his own admission unprepared -- deficient in the fundamentals of the Canada-US trade relationship that he'd been railing about since the campaign. He insisted to Trudeau that the US was running a trade deficit with Canada, a statement contradicted by US government statistics. He was winging it, he confided to donors at a private Missouri political fundraiser Wednesday night. 'I didn't even know,' he said. 'I had no idea.' " • On the Today Show, the press lapdogs said Trump lied when he said that the US had a trade deficit with Canada. • American Thinker says : "The story can be found at the Washington Post and at The Hill and I am sure it will be repeated far and wide. Here is the story at the Washington Post, headlined : 'In fundraising speech, Trump says he made up trade claim in meeting with Justin Trudeau Here is what the story claims : 'Trudeau came to see me. He’s a good guy, Justin. He said, ‘No, no, we have no trade deficit with you, we have none. Donald, please,’ Trump said, mimicking Trudeau, according to audio of the private event in Missouri obtained by The Washington Post. 'Nice guy, good-looking guy, comes in -- ‘Donald, we have no trade deficit.’ He’s very proud because everybody else, you know, we’re getting killed.' ... So, he’s proud. I said, ‘Wrong, Justin, you do.’ I didn’t even know. ... I had no idea. I just said, ‘You’re wrong.’ You know why? Because we’re so stupid. … And I thought they were smart. I said, ‘You’re wrong, Justin.’ He said, ‘Nope, we have no trade deficit.’ " • American Thinker then reported this : "Maybe the headline should be : 'Trudeau lied when he said that Canada had a trade deficit with the US.' That's because per the following story in Bloomberg News, Canada’s government shows they have almost a $15 billion surplus with the US. So why did Trudeau lie and why has the American media chosen to attack Trump?....Shouldn't the American media and Democrats be more interested in protecting American jobs instead of Canadian jobs? Here's what Bloomberg wrote : 'Trump May Actually Be Right About the Trade Deficit With Canada. Canadian officials tend to use US data to make their case and the Bureau of Economic Analysis has calculated the US had a $7.7 billion surplus in 2016. But Statistics Canada data show it’s Canada with the surplus in goods and services, totaling C$18.8 billion ($14.6 billion) last year. That’s a $22.3 billion difference between the two measures.' Maybe the pretend journalists could do a smidgen of research before they just repeat a story that Trump lied but with an agenda of destroying Trump every day the research is not done. I would think that supposed journalists would be embarrassed that they have peddled a fake story of Russian collusion with Trump for around 18 months now with actual no evidence. The journalists also know that it was a fake Russian Dossier paid for by Hillary and the DNC that started the investigation and illegal spying but facts haven’t mattered for a long time. The agenda is to destroy Trump and the garbage stories are never ending." • Of course, the propagandist mainstream media also dragged out another open wound that they think they see on Trump -- his questioning of President Obama's citizenship -- but we Deplorables are still wondering where the real birth certificate is, why Obama was apparently admitted to Harvard as a foreign student, and who paid for his early years of education and priming to get ready to run for the presidency. • Donald Trump's instincts are sharper than those of the combined ProgDem media -- he instinctively said the US had a trade deficit with Canada "because we're so stupid. And I thought they were smart." • If President Trump occasionally misspeaks because of his carefully honed instinct and fast-on-his-feet intellect, I really cannot blame him. He lives in a Swamp surrounded by Swamp Creatures who don't even know what the truth is, let alone try to speak it. It's time to Spring Clean the Swamp with a few special counsel and indictments, and get ready for the big "move-'em-on-out" that we'll see in November, if only we remember what Mason Weaver told us : "Recognize what is happening to you and stay in control. The only way Democrats can succeed is for you to fail. And the only way you can fail is to be hypnotized. In order for you to be great, you must Make America Great Again."


  1. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s has failed set limits on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

    To trigger the appointment of a special counsel, federal regulations require the Justice Department to identify the crimes that warrant investigation and prosecution — crimes that the Justice Department is too conflicted to investigate in the normal course; crimes that become the parameters of the special counsel’s jurisdiction.

    Rosenstein, instead, put the cart before the horse: Mueller was invited to conduct a fishing expedition, a boundless quest to hunt for undiscovered crimes, rather than an investigation and prosecution of known crimes.

  2. CIA Director Pompeo, however, seems to be close to the president. A Time profile says he briefs President Trump daily and has earned his trust. When running for the House in 2010, he attacked “a Washington that had ‘fundamentally lost its way.’” He is a pragmatist, and former staffers say “he would focus not on the bill he could write but the one he could get passed.” And upon joining the House Intelligence Committee, “he would spend two hours a day reading security assessments in a Congressionmal “secure rooms.”

  3. Not disagreeing about about the treasonous desire of the ProgDem, or the Globalist, and certainly the Swamp Creatures to destroy America Constitutional Republic, but I think there is a factor or two of the Trump Administration that is being overlooked recently.

    They are
    1. Donald Trump was and still is somewhat of a political novice when he arrived in Washington D.C. He learned the methodology of being President while being President. He learned that truth and honesty were not in every politicians DNA.
    2. Any changes in the White House staff, and Trumps cabinet has been due in part to errors in judgement that Tramp made, not in his being fooled/duped by dubious individuals. Theses errors were made by a business man who knew if changes had to be made then make them and move on.

    Personnel is policy. As the president’s advisors change, we may finally witness a new approach to foreign policy in action: the Trump doctrine.

President Trump hired Tillerson, Mattis, McMaster, Cohn, and others, but their time together has revealed different worldviews and attitudes. He wants people to advance his agenda. They serve at the pleasure of the president.

Members of Congress hoping the president will be “controlled” by staff will be disappointed. Besides, policy is supposed to be set mostly by the legislature. Pretending otherwise is conduct unbefitting the people’s agents in a constitutional republic.

    Tillerson was caught between reforming a State Department in desperate need of overhaul and modernization and advising a president with different.

    CIA Director Pompeo, however, seems to be close to the president. He briefs President Trump daily and has earned his trust. When running for the House in 2010, he attacked “a Washington that had ‘fundamentally lost its way.’” He is a pragmatist, and former staffers say “he would focus not on the bill he could write but the one he could get passed.” And upon joining the House Intelligence Committee, “he would spend two hours a day reading security assessments in a Congressional “secure rooms.”