1) The voiding of Mohammed John Brannanski's security clearance suggests we are entering a new phase of the war on the Deep State.
2) It ironically coincides with the massive fake news anti-Trump editorial day wherein they all clearly announce their well-known biases.
3) As I have made clear, I no longer think this will involve some secret sting by DOJ. Rather, it has the appearances of Trump doing this pretty much alone---informing all the relevant people, but acting on his correct instincts.
4) We all know--as does the fake news--that these treasonous snakes like Combover, Deep Stroke, McCabre, and Brennanski have been using their clearances as little money machines: they are engaged in a form of "insider trading" & should be prosecuted as such.
Wilbur Ross is accused of swindling $120 million from associates and 'could rank among the biggest grifters in American history,' according to a bombshell Forbes report read.bi/2KA2Xmm via @businessinsider
1) I look at such stories like this:
2) We are kind of like "Marines" at Iwo Jima storming the Swamp, and they took out Rex, and they took out Bannon, and they took out Scott Pruitt . . . but the next guy/gal steps up and just keeps going.
3) NO "we" are not Marines and no, it's not life and death. Its a metaphor.
4) Buy my point is, they ARE gonna get some. It can't be avoided. We circle back after the victory to lament our losses, but in the heat of the battle, we pick up the standard and MOVE FORWARD.
This is the sense I get from the Trump Team. No one is faltering in the least.
1) If you have followed @DineshDSouza and his "Death of a Nation" you have seen a lot about the fascist/communist/racist origins of the DemoKKKrat party.
2) But there is much more.
3) Liberal historians, especially in textbooks, do their very best to avoid the MOST important spokesman and defender of Southern slavery, a man named George Fitzhugh, who wrote "Sociology for the South" and "Cannibals All!"
4) There is a very good reason the libs don't want you reading Fitzhugh---a slaveholder. He was also an early admirer of both socialism and Karl Marx's communism (in reality, the same thing--which I won't go into now).
Ok, stay with me to the end. If you stop after 2-3 tweets, you'll be depressed.
Ground Rules: OH is difficult to follow because a) SecState doesn't update the voter registration #s as often as other states and b) those pesky "Unaffiliated" voters
1) Contd If you do not vote in the previous OH election--primary or general--the SecState kicks you into the "U" bin: "unaffiliated." In 2012 we were badly misled by rising R numbers, lower D numbers forgetting that the "Us" were in fact Zero voters who didn't vote in the primary
2) Also, another OH quirk: The SecState counts it as a new registration if you just change counties where you vote. For highly transient DemoKKKrats in Cuyahoga, for example, this can affect the numbers a lot.
The Sec State office has the R lead in total registrations in OH as about 600,00 . . . BUT . . . my source in OH who knows these numbers inside and out---I'll call him "The Accountant" says that if you properly adjust . . .
1) contd for how households have voted over time, the REAL GOP lead is only about half that, or about 300,000 voters. (Still, that's a helluva lot).
2) Somewhat troubling, Ds have registered in OH net +38,000 since November 2016. However, the Accountant says
a) some of that is accounted for under county changes
b) some is normal D voter registration drives (which they do well at) and
c) it's included in the GOP 300k lead
1) Yesterday's Appropriations Committee news--that Rs were un-doing many of Sessions' stiff immigration regulations & backing a low level stealth amnesty---featured yes votes from several Rs in trouble in November, including Yoder, Robey, and Bridenstine.
2) Several of these people were in "tossup" territory on Sabato's big list---though I don't think most of these were accurate.
Still, with antics such as these, they soon will be.
That raises the question, are they trying to lose the House to spite Trump?
3) I don't think so. But what is going on is every bit as depressing.
4) It suggests these morons STILL resist the clear will of the American people to slam shut the doors of illegal immigration and to greatly reduce overall immigration.
1) If Mulehead is so incompetent and foolish (and many of his idiotic maneuvers suggest he might be) as to try to use Trump's tweets as evidence of "obstruction," then Donald Trump's ace in the hole is . . .
2) Sessions is living proof that there was no obstruction at all. He hasn't been intimidated from his direction-if anything Sessions and RR have doubled down that they are cooperating in every way and refusing to investigate the Deep State.
3) Moreover, Sessions would so testify
4) Thus, Mulehead--if this report is true, and I have great doubts that it is true (even Mulehead said not to believe the fake news--would be against Sessions who has been as independent of Trump and the "muh Russia" investigation as anyone could possibly be.
1) This is an amazing piece. Sayet 99% right, except I disagree that some people, like McTurd and Minion, really ever had America's best interest at heart.
2) Regardless, Trump not only fights, he WINS.
3) I think it is the WINNING that bothers the Bootlesses, the Goldburgers, the FrenchFries, and the rest of the neverTrumpers.
4) Trump exposes them for what they always were: LOSERS. They liked losing because it kept them important.
5) "Losing with dignity" always meant they had their cocktail parties to go to and their little stints on Faux and CNN where they were "somebody" and where they could explain "why the Republicans lost."
6) But it was never with the intent of conservatives WINNING.
1) Info from superb source in OH. I'll call him "OH Wan":
2) Rennacci is running a very good race. He's popular among DemoKKKrats (and remember, many OH counties voted for Trump that were heavy D. Trump ran ahead of almost all R candidates in many counties.
3) OH Wan says Rennacci has a lot of money and is working hard. He thinks he has a good shot at overthrowing Brown.
4) Thinks the R (Balderson) is safe up in Delaware County for Tiberi's seat. This is a special election, and will be repeated in Nov. I have seen polls with
4) contd. Balderson up strong double digits.
5) This race was touted by the media as a "bellwether" until Balderson pulled ahead. If he holds, this would be yet one more "contested" House seat off the board in NOV, by my count now, that would be 7 trending our way of 30.
1) We are witnessing an astounding collapse of the DemoKKKrat Party. It was partly brought on by Donald Trump but in fact was already poisoned & collapsing under the Clintons.
2) It is failing for multiple obvious reasons: since the 1960s it has been on a slow path to socialism.
3) In terms of its core philosophies, the DemoKKKrats went from being the party of the "working people" vs business owners (which, in itself, is often a contradiction, as many working people seek to become owners themselves).
4) This held as long as there were vote-rich manufacturing states. But the DemoKKKrats own policies---ided and abetted by some Republicans---eliminated these vote-rich states, or greatly reduced their significance.
5) Recall Detroit was the 4th largest city in the US at one time
1) Have been reading a lot on Ulysses S. Grant recently--General, not President--and noted that his most radical difference from all previous Union generals was that he didn't give a damn about what Bobbie Lee was gonna do.
He never got worried about "what Lee was thinking."
2) Instead, he focused on having Lee worry about what HE was doing. In other words, Grant constantly set the agenda, constantly was the "action" that had to be reacted against.
3) For 40 years, with exceptions during the Reagan's term, conservatives have been pre-Grant.
4) I got a call from a friend today that was just this. "What are the Ds gonna do now? How are they gonna spin this?"
Unfortunately, I blew up & lost my temper.
"I DON'T GIVE A CRAP WHAT THEY DO OR HOW THEY SPIN IT. WE'RE ON OFFENSE. THEY ARE BEHIND."
1) Just as the fake news media, RINOs, and neverTrumpers moronically just refused to look at real evidence regarding Trump's popularity, now they are in lock-step feigning outrage about our DISTRUST of the "intel communities."
Are you kidding me?
2) Even now, I seriously doubt our intel agencies "work for" Trump. They STILL are working against him and are smirking, rebellious, disloyal, unpatriotic dipsticks.
Exhibit 1: Deep Stroke.
Exhibit 2: Christopher Wray
Exhibit 3: James Combover
3) Americans, I dare say a majority now, distrust our "intel" communities more than any time in our history.
4) A new Church Committee is needed. These are the same intel communities that fooled MANY of us into believing there were WMDs in Iraq. So which is it, douchnenozzles?
1) This isn't another thread about DOJ inaction, but rather a cautionary tale about CONGRESS and how/why, when you just cede Constitutional powers and responsibilities, it always bites you in the posterior.
2) As we saw yesterday with an unrepentant, defiant, smirky little pus-bubble Deep Stroke, these witnesses have no fear of Congress. Nor should they.
To date Congress has held none in contempt, jailed no one. But the larger battle is institutional & not with these little twerps
3) In a nutshell, Congress keeps asking for docs & DOJ stalls or gives Congress incomplete docs.
Republicans in Congress stamp their feet, take to Twitter and do nothing -- because they can't do anything.
2) "While the turnout numbers are positive for Ds they don’t indicate a decisive edge in the November congressional elections that will determine whether Democrats gain a House majority"
3) "Democrats tallied more total votes than Republicans in just half of the 14 the districts, and they’ll need to win in many of those places to gain at least 23 U.S. House seats to take control of the chamber."
1) Ok, my thoughts on why the DemoKKKrats as a party and the left are in massive trouble.
2) Realize this doesn't show up immediately. The Federalists were done by 1812, but they still ran a few candidates by 1817, and they didn't have the mass media on their side the way Ds do
3) Slowly, either Trump has pushed the Left/DemoKKKrats---or they have allowed themselves to be pushed---into "position corners" These include public support for ISIS, illegals, Iran, and against a deal with North Korea.
These "corners" include public support for violence vs. Rs
4) There is more to it than being confined to these nutball corners.
In 2012, Zero's campaign team made a deliberate decision NOT to even bother with white middle class and working class people. They thought a combo of ultra rich, ultra poor, and minorities would win.
(*Reminder: most states see overall voter reg go down after election with SecState purges. AZ is an exception, with both parities rising. No updated #s for AZ since March, when Rs were up net 17k, total R gains 30k).
These # are NET changes since November 2016.
2) FL R net +110k
**I have some reason to doubt these numbers, as they represent a sharp jump from the last six months. This COULD reflect R voter reg drive but . . .
The previous months have shown a steady 6k per month gain for Rs
2) contd. In other words, I do NOT doubt that R is moving steadily toward Rs at about 5k to 6k per month, but a 30k jump in one month is high.
Regardless, by 2020 FL will be a red state at this rate.