Trump said, "I owe nobody, so I can do what I want."

Previous Republican presidents were beholden to the Chamber of Commerce, the Koch brothers, and venture capitalists.

All of them want a SLAVE class.

Trump IS an outsider, which is why even Republicans tried to stop him.


BREAKING: Multiple Arrests in Central Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK— Fifteen in custody after DEA operation.

”Today’s arrests follow the unsealing of an indictment of 19 individuals who were charged by a federal grand jury.” t.co/JSFFaWTBO1


While acts of evil are distressing enough, it was the response to those shootings which has brought such a unique dread to the public sphere. Bad things have happened throughout our history, but the venom with which one side is attacking the other over things they had nothing to do with has reached a new level in the modern era.


Quod Verum tooters:

What's going to emerge about will genuinely shock even hardened vets like you.

Saul @Debradelai , Tom @ThomasWic and Brian @drawandstrike and others - figured a lot of this out by mid-2017. It's been a marathon and long haul, but it will be worth it in the end.

Here's just one gem that's going to come out (thank you for emailing this to me, you know who you are) - the Steele Dossier wasn't written by Christopher Steele, but Nellie Ohr.

Buckle up!

Let's all help share this video so Margo Rosen gets all the credit she so deserves as well as her former boss, Jackie Speier.



What’s Really Behind the ‘White Supremacy’ Terrorism Scare

Anti-Trump forces, now stripped of their Russia collusion ammunition, have invented another imaginary threat they hope to weaponize against the president: The public menace posed by “white supremacist” terrorism.

The “white supremacy” canard is intended to further demonize Trump; falsely defame his supporters as white supremacists; and pressure nervous voters into defeating Trump and GOP candidates next year

DOJ charges Pakistani man with bribing AT&T employees more than $1 million to install malware on the company's network, unlock more than 2 million devices.


@AHendricks @hejoural

The rabid attacks on Trump are backfiring.

And to be perfectly pragmatic, black voters are seeing once again that the Democrats don't care in the slightest about them.

That'll be significant in the next election.

@AHendricks @hejoural

Americans lost the ability to address difficult issues.

We accepted the fantasy that the severely mentally ill could live among us.

They can't. They're too dangerous.

I've lost count of satirical mass shootings. They're now commonplace.

Either we make it easier to put these people away, or we live with mass shootings. Those are our choices.

3. I guess we will find out, soon enough.

But I can't help mention that ANTIFA have a MAJOR 10 day operation planned in Texas (Sept 1-10).

Their target? El Paso.

ANTIFA already have an established, organized network in Texas. Just look it up on the web - you'll be surprised.

Not just that - they've been super excited about this operation for a while. Chatter chatter.


2. If the nutcase wanted to kill hispanics, why choose El Paso, 659 miles away from Allen (TX) - a 9 1/2 hr car ride.

The softer target is Laredo (96% Hispanic), which is far closer to Allen, where he lived. It's 455 miles and a 6 1/2 hr drive away. It also has WalMarts, BTW.

But for some reason, the guy chose El Paso.


1. Something isn't adding up about the narrative that this El Paso killer is a pro-Trump white supremacist.


#1 - The 'manifesto' of the El Paso killer may not be genuine, but let's assume it is.

I have read it, unlike 99% of lefturds. My take?

Put it this way: I've never met a Trump fan who is an anti-capitalist, anti-hispanic apocalyptic enviro-loon, whose target (WalMart, El Paso) would be full of Trump fans.

Have you?

Doesn't add up.

Another thing that's bothering me:

@AHendricks @hejoural

Since Christchurch, all the mass shootings have been acts of trolling.

I was always confused by the Norwegian's manifesto. It was deeply stupid and dishonest.

It took me eight years to realize that he was the first trolling mass shooter.

I went back and reread his manifesto, and there's no doubt that it's a joke. So are the photos.

He made his face look like a plastic mask.

We were all trolled.

Transcripts obtained from the FBI in a request for information show that James Rybicki, the former FBI Chief of Staff under James Comey, testified that the Russia Conspiracy sham came from Obama’s White House in October 2016.


@RonOgletree @redwhitebluedude

Trump games out things.

A while back, there was a piece about how Avenatti was seen in a restaurant being buttered up by two men speaking as though they were representatives of Democratic kingmakers.

They were telling Avenatti that he should run for president in 2020.

I knew at the time that they were Trump's people, and it was a ploy to keep Avenatti from seeing the freight train coming at him.

Flattery makes people stupid.

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