The French President, Emmanuel Macron, accompanied by his wife, Brigitte, made their way to the United States this week after they were invited as honored guests for the administration’s first official state visit. They were welcomed by President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.
Before the state dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Trump along with Mr. and Mrs. Macron made their way from the White House in Washington D.C., to Mount Vernon in Virginia on Monday. As you probably know, Mount Vernon is the historical site of our country’s very first president, George Washington.
The White House’s East Wing historian Jennifer Boswell Pickens wrote in the Daily Caller that First Lady Melania Trump oversaw all of the arrangements for the state visit. There was a certain reason that Melania planned the dinner at that specific location.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Likely due to her deep sense of respect for tradition, Melania Trump chose a dinner at Mt. Vernon with the Macrons as a way to highlight the deep and lengthy relationship between the U.S. and France, which dates back to the American Revolution.
President Washington was actually granted honorary French citizenship by the National Assembly of France in 1792, and his historic home is loaded with numerous gifts presented to him and first lady Martha by French dignitaries.
Chief among the collection are the many gifts from Marquis de Lafayette, who provided military advice and assistance to Washington’s rag-tag Continental Army during the Revolution and remained personal friends with the first president following the war.
One of the gifts was a key to the Bastille prison in France. This is where the French Revolution took place just a few years after the Americans fought for independence.
Mount Vernon has been the place that many presidents have visited over the years. This includes former President Ronald Reagan. Reagan visited Mount Vernon in order to honor George Washington’s 250th birthday. Mount Vernon was also the location at which a 1961 state dinner was hosted by former President John Kennedy, honoring the president of Pakistan.
Mount Vernon was also the chosen location for former President George W. Bush to host high-level talks with the French President at the time, Nicolas Sarkozy.
Mrs. Trump understands the true historical significance of holding an event at the historic site of Mount Vernon. This location relates to our country’s longtime relationship with France. She planned out every single detail of the visit with care. Her attention to detail didn’t go unnoticed.
Conservative Tribune wrote:
Meanwhile, in a related sign of respectful sentiment for the relationship between the two nations, President Macron brought along a gift of his own for President Trump that hasn’t received quite the attention it should have.
According to Reuters, Macron brought with him a small oak sapling tree to be planted on the White House grounds. The sapling was been taken from the site of a monumental World War I battle in France where U.S. Marines fought ferociously and valiantly.
In the Battle of Belleau Wood, which occurred in the Ardennes Forest, the Marines helped French troops fend off a massive assault by German forces in the final year of that bloody war.
The surviving Marines are believed to have gathered here after the horrific battle. This location is now marked with a fountain monument. This monument is meant to honor the “Devil Dogs’” sacrifice. The sapling was transplanted from where the fountain is located.
The more than 200 year relationship between the United States and France was clearly honored by Mr. and Mrs. Trump in welcoming the Macrons with open arms.
French president had outlined plan to flood Europe with hundreds of millions of African migrants
The Washington Free Beacon
French President Emmanuel Macron quipped he’s trying to make France “great again” in response to criticism he’s governed as an authoritarian, a nod to the famous “Make America Great Campaign” slogan of President Donald Trump.
Macron is making an official state visit to the United States beginning Monday to celebrate nearly 250 years of U.S.-French relations.
“Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace noted some in the French press have compared Macron to Napoleon and King Louis XIV since he took office in 2017.
Although the 40-year-old Macron is viewed as a progressive stalwart abroad, the Washington Post reports he’s seen as a “liberal strongman” in his own country.
President Donald Trump is skipping this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner — and where he’s going instead speaks volumes about his character.
According to Breitbart, Trump will host a campaign-style rally in Washington, Michigan, for his supporters rather than rub shoulders with the liberal media at the event.
Here’s what Trump’s re-election campaign COO Michael Glassner said in an email to supporters about the rally:
“While the fake news media will be celebrating themselves with the denizens of Washington society in the swamp that evening, President Trump will be in a completely different Washington, celebrating our national economic revival with patriotic Americans.”
This is the second year in a row that Trump has skipped the event in favor of holding a rally with the American people.
This is the second year in a row that Trump has skipped the event in favor of holding a rally with the American people.
Rather than spend the night in the D.C. swamp, the president is going to speak with the American people about his agenda and how to continue improving the country.
There has been a lot of speculation about whether Trump would attend this year, but he made it pretty clear recently in an interview with New York radio hosts Bernie and Sid that he can’t stand being around the media:
“I sort of feel that the press is so bad, it’s so fake, it’s so made up. I call them novelists, they make up the sources, in some cases there are sources, but then they won’t do it correctly either but in many cases, they literally make up sources.”
The event is scheduled for April 28, and some members of Trump’s administration may attend.
Here’s how social media users reacted to the news:
POTUS to hold rally in Washington on the same night as the WH Correspondents Dinner. Washington, Michigan, that is. Matter of optics via split-screen. Tuxedos & wine with journalists at the DC Hilton on left, Trump w/blue-collar folks in the rust belt on right. Did same in 2017.
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) April 17, 2018
— Corey R. Lewandowski (@CLewandowski_) April 18, 2018
— Janice (@iJancy) April 19, 2018
But more importantly, this speaks volumes about the president’s intentions and desire to continue working for the American people — not acting cozy with establishment foes in the D.C. swamp.
Trump will be with blue-collar, regular Americans. Not elites in gowns and suits.
The president would much rather hold an event with his supporters and talk about the issues that really matter to Americans, like destroying ISIS, securing the border, and creating even more jobs.
This is why the American people support him.
What do you think about Trump skipping the event to host a rally with voters? Comment below.
President Donald Trump took to twitter to communicate without the filter and derogatory commentary that the mainstream media always frame his messages with:
James Comey illegally leaked classified documents to the press in order to generate a Special Council? Therefore, the Special Council was established based on an illegal act? Really, does everybody know what that means?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 21, 2018
While Trump has been the ultimate beneficiary of the Comey-Mueller investigation because it has proven he is innocent of any official wrongdoing the president makes a valid point.
In America we don’t do investigations of innocent people. That’s how Joseph Stalin operated through his minion Lavrentiy Beria. Beria was Marshal of the Soviet Union and state security administrator and chief of the Soviet security and secret police apparatus under Joseph Stalin during World War II. He was promoted to deputy premier under the iron-fisted Stalin. Beria infamously bragged: “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.”
America has always operated on the predicate that, at minimum, serious evidence is needed before American citizens are subject to criminal investigation. But Obama wasn’t your standard president. And his appointees running the DOJ and FBI had more in common with Lavrentiy Beria than anyone wants to acknowledge.
But, Trump does raise an interesting idea now that we’re so far down this road. Why not subject the candidates for high office to the same scrutiny that President Trump has survived?
Since the mainstream media long ago abdicated vetting Democrat candidates wouldn’t we have all been better off if these investigations were left to professionals and had been concluded prior to the election?
Obama could’ve been removed from consideration before he became a threat to our Republic and Trump could’ve hit the ground running immediately upon taking office rather than having his agenda throttled under the cloud that was improperly placed over him.
Trump’s comments came after news broke that the Justice Department inspector general had begun investigating whether Comey leaked classified information by giving a friend memos of his conversations with the president.
On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell dodged a bipartisan effort that would protect special counsel Robert Mueller and his job on the Trump investigation. McConnell explained that he would not be holding a floor vote on this piece of legislation, even if the Senate Judiciary Committee approves it next week.
McConnell explained that the bill is important because President Trump won’t be the one to fire Mueller.
McConnell stated while appearing on Fox News, “We’ll not be having this on the floor of the Senate.”
The Senate Majority Leader’s comments came during a time of serious opposition to the bill amongst members of his own caucus. Multiple GOP senators explained that they feel that the bill is unconstitutional, while other senators felt that it just isn’t good politics to tell President Trump what to do, even comparing the piece of legislation to “poking the bear.”
The piece of legislation was introduced last week, around the same time that Trump publicly condemned Mueller. Trump had stated that the investigation being conducted by Mueller is “an attack on our country.” He also called the probe “corrupt.”
President Trump has also considered firing the man overseeing the Trump investigation, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
It was only a day after Trump’s critique that Republicans Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina put two bits together that they had introduced last summer in order to protect special counsels. The bill was introduced by the two Republicans along with Democratic Sens. Chris Coons of Delaware and Cory Booker of New Jersey. Then, Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, a Republican, explained that his committee would be voting on the bill.
Associated Press reported:
The legislation would give any special counsel a 10-day window to seek expedited judicial review of a firing, and would put into law existing Justice Department regulations that require a firing to be for “good cause.”
Democrats immediately jumped on the legislation, but many Republicans have been cool to it.
At least three of the 11 GOP members of the Judiciary panel have said they will vote against it and another five have said they have questions about its constitutionality. Grassley is one of those with concerns, but said he felt obligated to hold a vote.
Republicans off the committee had questions too — and some acknowledged that it could be politically difficult.
On Tuesday, South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds stated that the President should be the one to make the decision on his own. He also stated that Trump should be the one responsible for the consequences that come along with the decision.
“I think having Congress tell him what we believe he should do in this case is simply poking the bear, and I’d just prefer not to do that,” Rounds stated.
Oklahoma Sen. Jim Lankford felt that the bill was a “political distraction.”
“You create this whole constitutional political stir over something that is not going to happen,” he stated.
Other lawmakers felt that there really was no point.
Louisiana Senator and a member of the Judiciary panel, John Kennedy, explained, “It’s about as popular as cholera with the leader in the Senate and it’s about as popular as malaria in the House,” said Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy, a member of the Judiciary panel. “I think most people think we’re picking an unnecessary fight with the president.”
Coons, who is a lawyer, felt that the multiple courts have enforced very similar statues for special counsels in the past. He stated, “If I were convinced this were unconstitutional, I would not be moving it.”
During a hearing for the two separate bills in September, prior to them being combined, scholars were split about whether or not the bills were constitutional. Some had big concerns about letting the judicial branch have this kind of authority over an executive decision.
Once again Hillary Clinton is trying to run a scam on the American people. But this time the scam is really outrageous to the point that clearly shows just how delusional this failed presidential candidate really is.
On top of cleverly trying to conceal the fact that she once again fell and had her hand in a cast hidden by her coat, the former Secretary of State spoke at the women’s club The Wing located in Manhattan yesterday. And as most of you can probably already guess, she wasn’t there to speak kindly of President Donald Trump. She attacked him on everything she could manage to think of from Putin to Fox News.
“I don’t think we’ve seen the bottom yet, I think it’s very unfortunate to contemplate but more can happen that would put our rights at risk, our freedom at risk, our values, our fundamental views about what it means to be Americans,” said Clinton.
“When he can’t think of anything to say, Trump starts chanting it and you sit there and you think ‘does he think I was elected?’” she said. “I said something publicly a few months ago, Fox News is always trying to impeach me so someone needs to tell them that it doesn’t apply to a private citizen.”
She actually said that “The U.S. is in a very bad spot and we haven’t seen the bottom” yet when it comes to having Trump as our president. And that he still breaks into chants at his rally’s saying “Lock her up.” like he wants to “Impeach” her.
First of all, where was she when we had Obama as our president and for the first time in history a president wasn’t able to give us a GDP of over 3% in the 8 years in office. And second, you can only impeach some elected officials, which means this woman actually, in her own mind, believes she was elected president.
There really comes a time in everyone’s life when the family must have an intervention and confront that person to tell them it’s time to pack it up and retire. Maybe it would even be a good idea if they put her in a home since she can’t seem to be able to stay on her feet and always seems to be falling. But what really proves this woman needs help is the fact she is going around saying President Trump wants to impeach her, which he has never said, because she is not the president.
Here is a list of things Hillary has blamed since losing the 2016 Election via the DailyMail
“EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING HILLARY CLINTON HAS BLAMED FOR LOSING THE ELECTION – 43 AND COUNTING
Clinton is furious that Comey, then the FBI director, publicly revealed the re-opening of the secret email server investigation just before election day – and has said so time after time after time.
Comey’s entire organization does not escape her wrath.
‘The FBI wasn’t the Federal Bureau of Ifs or Innuendoes. Its job was to find out the facts,’ she writes in What Happened.
‘There’s no doubt in my mind that Putin wanted me to lose and wanted Trump to win,’ she told USA Today in September last year while promoting What Happened.
It was hardly a new theme. As early as December the New York Times obtained audio in which she told her donors: ‘Putin publicly blamed me for the outpouring of outrage by his own people, and that is the direct line between what he said back then and what he did in this election.’
Putin’s entire apparatus gets a name-check. In May she told the Codecon convention how ‘1,000 Russian agents’ had filled Facebook with ‘fake news’.
She told NPR ‘my path toward November was being disrupted with Russians’.
The ‘transparency website’ is consistently ranked along with Comey by Clinton at the top of her blame list.
She told NPR : ‘Unfortunately the Comey letter, aided to great measure by the Russian WikiLeaks, raised all those doubts again.’
And she writes of its founder Julian Assange in What Happened: ‘In my view, Assange is a hypocrite who deserves to be held accountable for his actions.’
LOW INFORMATION VOTERS
‘You put yourself in the position of a low information voter, and all of a sudden your Facebook feed, your Twitter account is saying, “Oh my gosh, Hillary Clinton is running a child trafficking operation in Washington with John Podesta.”,’ she told the Codecon convention in May.
‘Well you don’t believe it but this has been such an unbelievable election, you kind of go, ‘Oh maybe I better look into that.”
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
‘We have an electoral college problem. It’s an anachronism,’ she told Vox.
‘I think it’s important that we learn the real lessons from this last campaign because the forces that we are up against are not just interested in influencing our elections and our politics, they’re going after our economy and they’re going after our unity as a nation,’ she told Codecon in May.
‘What is hard for people to really accept – although now after the election there’s greater understanding – is that there are forces in our country – put the Russians to one side – who have been fighting rear guard actions for as long as I’ve been alive because my life coincided with the Civil Rights movement, with the women’s rights movement, with anti-war protesting, with the impeachment.
EVERYONE WHO ASSUMED SHE WOULD WIN
‘I was the victim of a very broad assumption that I was going to win,’ she told the Codecon convention.
BAD POLLING NUMBERS
Clinton says polls in key states did not serve her.
‘I think polling is going to have to undergo some revisions in how they actually measure people,’ she told the Codecon convention.
‘How they reach people. The best assessments as of right now are that the polling was not that inaccurate, but it was predominantly national polling and I won nationally.’
Clinton has two beefs with Obama: one of them being that he won two terms. Clinton says that succeeding an incumbent is almost impossible for a Democrat.
‘No non-incumbent Democrat had run successfully to succeed another two-termer since Vice President Martin Van Buren won in 1836,’ she writes in What Happened.
But she also says his response to the Russian campaign of interference wasn’t enough.
‘I do wonder sometimes about what would have happened if President Obama had made a televised address to the nation in the fall of 2016 warning that our democracy was under attack,’ she writes in What Happened.
‘I believe absent Comey, I might’ve picked up 1 or 2 points among white women,’ she told Vox in September.
‘White woman… are really quite politically dependent on their view of their own security and their own position in society what works and doesn’t work for them.’
‘What happened in my election is I was on the way to winning white women until former director of the FBI Jim Comey dropped that very ill-advised letter on Oct. the 28th and my numbers just went down,’ she said in a March 2018 speech in India.
‘All of a sudden white women who were going to vote for me, and frankly standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their work places were being told, “She’s going to jail, you don’t want to vote for her. It’s going to be terrible you can’t vote for that.” It stopped my momentum and it decreased my vote enough. Because I was ahead and I was winning and I thought I had fought my way back. ‘
THE NEW YORK TIMES
The newspaper was blamed as early as May at the Codecon conference in Rancho Palos Verde, California.
She singled out its managing editor Dean Baquet – the paper’s most senior editor – and said of coverage of her email issue under his direction: ‘They covered it like it was Pearl Harbor.’
Biden could have run against her and didn’t. But Clinton writes: ‘Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 ‘did not talk about what it always stood for—and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class.’
‘I find this fairly remarkable, considering that Joe himself campaigned for me all over the Midwest and talked plenty about the middle class.’
‘His attacks caused lasting damage, making it harder to unify progressives in the general election and paving the way for Trump’s ‘Crooked Hillary’ campaign,’ she writes in What Happened.
‘I don’t know if that bothered Bernie or not.’
‘Some of his supporters, the so-called Bernie Bros, took to harassing my supporters online. It got ugly and more than a little sexist,’ she writes in What Happened.
PEOPLE WANTING CHANGE
‘I thought, at end of day, people would say, look, we do want change, and we want the right kind of change, and we want change that is realistic and is going to make difference in my life and my family’s life and my paycheck,’ she told Vox.
‘That’s what I was offering. And I didn’t in any way want to feed into this, not just radical political argument that was being made on other side, but very negative cultural argument about who we are as Americans.’
Asked by CNN’s Christine Amanpour at the Women for Women International event in new York in May if misogyny was to blame she said: ‘Yes, I do think it played a role.’
‘When you have a presidential campaign and the total number of minutes on TV news, which is still how most people get their information, covering all of our policies, climate change, anything else was 32 minutes, I don’t blame voters,’ she told The View.
‘They don’t get a broad base of information to make decision on. The more outrageous you are, the more inflammatory you are, the higher the ratings are.’
Hillary does not do Netflix and chill – or if she does, she doesn’t find it very relaxing.
‘Eight of the top 10 political documentaries on Netflix were screeds against President Obama and me,’ she claimed at the Codecon convention.
‘If you look at Facebook the vast majority of the news items posted were fake. They were connected to as we now know the 1,000 Russian agents who were involved in delivering those messages,’ she told Codecon.
Usually mentioned in the same breath as Facebook, the micro-blogging site is seen by Clinton as one of the reasons for her loss.
She told the Codecon convention in may that Trump had a method in his tweets.
‘They want to influence your reality. That to me is what we’re up against, and we can’t let that go unanswered,’ she said.
CONTENT FARMS IN MACEDONIA
‘Through content farms, through an enormous investment in falsehoods, fake news, call it what you will – lies, that’s a good word too – the other side was using content that was flat out false,’ she told the Codecon convention in May.
‘They were conveying this weaponized information and the content of it, and they were running, y’know there’s all these stories, about y’know, and you know I’ve seen them now, and you sit there and it looks like you know sort of low level CNN operation, or a fake newspaper.’
‘You had Citizens United come to its full fruition.’ she told Codecon in May.
‘So unaccountable money flowing in against me, against other Democrats, in a way that we hadn’t seen and then attached to this weaponized information war.
‘American journalists who eagerly and uncritically repeated whatever WikiLeaks dished out during the campaign could learn from the responsible way the French press handled the hack of Macron,’ she writes in What Happened.
Now-president Macron had a massive tranche of his emails hacked and released shortly before the French voted. Many outlets did not report on their contents.
STEVE BANNON AND BREITBART
‘Provided the untrue stories,’ she told the Codecon convention in May.
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
‘I set up my campaign and we have our own data operation. I get the nomination. So I’m now the nominee of the Democratic Party. I inherit nothing from the Democratic Party,’ Clinton said told the Codecon convention in May.
‘I mean, it was bankrupt. It was on the verge of insolvency. Its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong. I had to inject money into it.’
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
The Republicans were far better prepared for a campaign than the Democrats she claimed, when it came to money and data, telling the Codecon convention: ‘So Trump becomes the nominee and he is basically handed this tried and true, effective foundation.’
The data-targeting firm ultimately owned by Robert Mercer, the billionaire Breitbart backer, and his family, is said to have targeted voters to drive them away from Clinton.
‘They ultimately added something and I think again we’d better understand that. The Mercers did not invest all that money for their own amusement,’ she told the Codecon convention.
The massive demonstrations in Washington and other cities in the wake of the election were organized as an immediate response to Clinton’s shock defeat.
But that did not stop Clinton from writing in What Happened: ‘I couldn’t help but ask where those feelings of solidarity, outrage and passion had been during the election.’
The NBC Today show anchor quizzed both candidates at a ‘commander-in-chief forum’ on board Intrepid in New York.
But Clinton – who went first in the back-to-back interviews, complained about Lauer focusing on her secret server and whether it raised questions over her trustworthiness.
‘Lauer had turned what should have been a serious discussion into a pointless ambush. What a waste of time,’ she writes in What Happened. She later delighted in his firing for sexual misconduct, saying in December: ‘Every day I believe more in karma.’
‘White voters have been fleeing the Democratic party ever since Lyndon Johnson predicted they would,’ she told Vox.
DEMOCRATIC DOCUMENTARY MAKERS
‘We’re not making the documentaries that we’re going to get onto Netflix,’ she told Codecon.
She was asked by the interviewer: ‘This is because Hollywood isn’t liberal enough?’
‘No, it’s because Democrats aren’t putting their money there,’ she replied.
The attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in the Libyan city of Benghazi on September 11, 2012, happened when Clinton was Secretary of State. It claimed four American lives, and was the focus of intense investigation by Congress.
Clinton told the Today show: ‘Take the Benghazi tragedy – you know, I have one of the top Republicans, Kevin McCarthy, admitting we’re going to take that tragedy – because, you know, we’ve lost people, unfortunately, going back to the Reagan administration, if you talk about recent times, in diplomatic attacks.
‘But boy, it was turned into a political football. And it was aimed at undermining my credibility, my record, my accomplishments.’
Suppressing her voters was named by Clinton as one of the major factors in her defeat in her interview on the Today show when she rattled off her laundry list. ‘What was at work here?’ she said.
‘In addition to the mistakes that I made, which I recount in the book, what about endemic sexism and misogyny, not just in politics but in our society, what about the unprecedented action of the FBI director, what about the interference of an adversary nation, what about voter suppression?’
It was a return to a theme – she suggested it was a problem in Wisconsin in an interview in May with New York magazine.
‘I would have won had I not been subjected to the unprecedented attacks by Comey and the Russians, aided and abetted by the suppression of the vote, particularly in Wisconsin,’ she said.
‘Republicans learned that if you suppress votes you win.’
The Senate majority leader is accused of stopping the Obama administration from revealing what Clinton says the Russians were up to, helping tip the balance against her because he did not want a third successive Democratic term in the White House.
‘Mitch McConnell, in what I think of as a not only unpatriotic but despicable act of partisan politics, made it clear that if the Obama Administration spoke publicly about what they knew [on Russia], he would accuse them of partisan politics, of trying to tip the balance toward me,’ she told the New Yorker.
THE SUPREME COURT
Clinton claims the Supreme Court watered down the Voting Rights Act at the Codecon convention.
‘You had effective suppression of votes,’ she said.
‘I was in the senate when we voted 98-0 under a Republican president, George W Bush, to extend the Voting Rights Act and the Supreme Court says ‘oh we don’t need it any more’ , throws it out, and Republican governors and legislatures began doing everything they could to suppress the votes.’
Clinton appears to be referring to Second 4(b) of the Act being ruled unconstitutional by the court in 2013, because it relied on out of date data which meant it was not in line with the 15th Amendment.
FATHERS, HUSBANDS, BOYFRIENDS, AND MALE BOSSES
Clinton says that James Comey’s actions in re-opening the FBI investigation allowed men to influence their wives or girlfriends.
‘Women will have no empathy for you because they will be under tremendous pressure – and I’m talking principally about white women – they will be under tremendous pressure from fathers, and husbands, and boyfriends and male employers, not to vote for ‘the girl’,’ she told NPR.
THE INVISIBLE STATE
Named by her confidante Lanny Davis as the reason she lost at a reading of his book while Hillary nodded along in approval.
The claim that members of the Democratic party and particularly the Clinton campaign were running a pedophile child trafficking ring out of the basement of a Washington D.C. pizza restaurant first surfaced before the 2016 election. She told an address to a women-only club in New York in April 2018: ‘It spread like wildfire. You look and that and think, that’s ridiculous. But you have no idea how many people will believe things that are presented as news.’
Elder Patriot – A series of tweets this weekend have raised concerns that President Trump’s safety has been threatened by the same Deep State globalists who supported the Obama-Clinton regime using any means necessary.
When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history. You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America…America will triumph over you. https://t.co/uKppoDbduj
— John O. Brennan (@JohnBrennan) March 17, 2018
They realize indictments are coming against them if the president’s investigators are allowed to continue gathering evidence about the crimes they committed in defense of the Obama-Clinton criminal syndicate.
Andrew McCabe FIRED, a great day for the hard working men and women of the FBI – A great day for Democracy. Sanctimonious James Comey was his boss and made McCabe look like a choirboy. He knew all about the lies and corruption going on at the highest levels of the FBI!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 17, 2018
Is that a warning from a private citizen who lost his government job when the regime he propped up was thrown out of power?
Educated Hillbilly tried putting some perspective on McCabe’s firing in an attempt to diffuse Brennan’s pointed attack on the president:
One of President Trump’s allies, Ned Ryun, wasn’t shy about defining for the public exactly who the former CIA director really is:
Dude, simmer down. Most of us still remember you were a Commie sympathizer back in the day who helped weaponize our surveillance state against a political opponent for purely political reasons. https://t.co/FrdoOWOXli
— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) March 17, 2018
If it wasn’t a direct threat then consider the words of another swamp denizen, Samantha Power that removed any doubts:
Not a good idea to piss off John Brennan. https://t.co/VLg94OLL2R
— Samantha Power (@SamanthaJPower) March 17, 2018
Why? Are we supposed to construe his tweet as a threat to do something? If so, what? https://t.co/c0d8mqi21i
— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) March 17, 2018
WAT??? Does Power really think she’s going to scare Trump? Chuck Schumer tried that over a year ago:
Veiled threat to Trump?
I remember Chuck Schumer making almost the same kind of threat …something about 6 ways to Sunday. https://t.co/B3mMNdkki8
— Joie De Vivre (@Joie__D__Vivre) March 17, 2018
But, Power’s tweet seems to acknowledge the existence of a Deep State that will refuse, at all costs, to relinquish control of their power.
So Samantha Power is basically acknowledging the existence of Deep State weaponizing of the intelligence community to retaliate for political or personal reasons… Sad!😝 https://t.co/m8cdU4KYUx
— Beebo Johnson (@BeeboJohnson) March 17, 2018
Then reality took over and patriots reminded them of the future that is awaiting them:
Yeah…cause we'd hate to think more people might be unmasked and spied on illegally, huh?@SamanthaJPower
It appears you and your ilk have begun to read the writing that is written on the walls…and your panic is showing. https://t.co/oPVM41CVUH
— GeekRad (@RadGeekpartduex) March 17, 2018
— CaliforniaDreamin (@feri21k) March 17, 2018
Then my personal favorite:
— Jon Harness (@harness_jon) March 17, 2018
My advice to John Brennan, Samantha Power, Chuck Schumer and the rest of Obama’s treasonous scum, do not mistake our silence as fear. Listen to QAnon if you know what’s good for you:
The time is quickly coming when none of you will be able to walk down the street.
The Framers gave us our Second Amendment protections for exactly what you have tried to do to us.
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Oprah Winfrey’s crusade for feminism within Hollywood will not last.
Why? Because her pathological hypocrisy has been exposed for all of America to see — and her ability to run as a Democrat for the 2020 presidency has been effectively shot.
You see, on January 17, 2014, Oprah made a little move at the Critics’ Choice Awards that said all too much.
She kissed Harvey Weinstein, on the cheek, for the camera. Take a gander:
Oprah knew the depravity of the Hollywood elites, yet despite her own massive platform (the Oprah Winfrey Network [OWN]), she remained silent.
She could have been the leading voice against the moral bankruptcy and blatant sexism of Hollywood.
She quietly played a simple pawn in the complex web of deceit, perversion, and corruption. And she, quite literally, kissed up to the biggest, elitist offender of them all — Harvey Weinstein.
JustJared reports on another celebrity who’s calling Oprah out for her Weinstein connections…
Seal is not happy with Oprah Winfrey.
Following the media mogul’s highly publicized speech at the 2018 Golden Globes, the 54-year-old “Kiss From A Rose” singer is now speaking out against Oprah and the nature of her connection to Harvey Weinstein on his Instagram on Wednesday (January 10).
“Oh I forgot, that’s right…..you’d heard the rumours but you had no idea he was actually serially assaulting young stary-eyed actresses who in turn had no idea what they were getting into. My bad. #SanctimoniousHollywood,” he sarcastically captioned the post, accompanied by a meme featuring Oprah and Harvey at events together.
Oprah previously spoke out about the allegations late in 2017: “I’ve been processing the accounts of Harvey Weinstein’s hideous behavior and haven’t been able to find the words to articulate the magnitude of the situation,” she said on her Facebook.
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