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Well, well, well...

Yesterday was a coup.

Today, it's a resignation.

As the Narco Satrap runs to Mexico to live under the protection of his Cartel partners, the rest of the world learns, the meaning of "fait accompli".

All but the Democrats, of course.

They never learn anything.


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There's no ethnic cleansing, slaughter, or imperialism.

She denies that Assad used chemical weapons on his own people, and she opposes our support of Saudi Arabia.

No doubt: She's the worst Democratic candidate.

Her positions are utterly insane.



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She criticizes the Democrats for reflexively opposing everything Trump does, and then SHE DOES IT HERSELF.

She opposed having troops in Syria.

Trump said he'd pull them out.

She opposed that.

Trump didn't pull ALL OF THEM out.

She opposed that.

Trump is making sure that Islamists don't get Syrian oilfields.

She opposes that.

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If Saul keeps making SQV great, I may have to live a life of poverty to allow enough time to read everything.

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@SidneyPowell brilliant legal representation of @GenFlynn has been a strategic masterclass in how to deal with rogue DOJ cops.

This remarkable fudge by Van Grack reeks of desperation. It is also an indictment on the dodgy Covington crew who represented the General. If they're not rats themselves, they are truly crap attorneys.

Von Crack and his team of DOJ duds are panicking. Judge Sullivan is going to deliver the almighty anvil of justice on them, is my feeling.


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DisneyBoy Zaid gets triggered, posts imbecilic tweet, gets owned (again) BIGLY.

You reap what you sow, merkin man.

As for me ? I'm enjoying the show.


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The return of Jeff Sessions is a sign that things are about to get very real for the enemies of the Republic. And not in a good way for them, either.

My prediction? Sessions will be revealed as a hero by the time the elections come around. By then, his role in taking down these seditious bastards will be crystal clear.

And if the lefturds think Sessions return is bad, just wait until Trump appoints Gen Flynn to Chair the Joint Chiefs of Staff (or equivalent).


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The "experts" said that the Saudis and the UAE had different agendas.


It was just that the "experts" couldn't see what was happening. The Saudis and UAE forced the Yemenis to stop their endless bullshit.

As for the Houthis, the Saudis are fighting a "holding action."

The goal is to prevent the Houthis from destabilizing the region.

That's all.

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The Saudis know that as long as the Iranian mullahs remain in power, there's no point in trying to defeat the Houthis.

The late Yemeni dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh tried multiple times since 1994.

So the deal between the Yemeni government and the southern Yemenis ends 30 years of conflict.

It's an incredible achievement.

THIS is what the Saudis are doing all over the region.

They are the Trump of the Middle East.


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a little bit of brighter news to offset the KY gov loss yesterday.


for nassau county, which is right next to NYC!

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@Debradelai @DeWalt @ilumanous @virgilkane to your point Saul California Senate's top gun control advocate was arrested for running guns. I agree. We have a lot of work to do here.


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Makes one wonder about all those “seizures & turn ins” doesn't it?
Like StG 44s snowing up in cartel/ gang hands. Don Saul is correct. The number of firearms lost or stolen from Law Enforcement is astounding. NOPD turned in B92s for Glocks. Seems like half the thugs had, surprise, B92s shortly thereafter

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@ilumanous yep, we are empowering the cartels and the lawlessness in Mexico.

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Looking forward to this becoming more public knowledge.

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@ilumanous @Debradelai @virgilkane Remember to that our government was running guns into Mexico and supplying the very groups we complain of.

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Do you know, legally, when a hostile act from a neighboring country hits the threshold of being an act of war and not a domestic policy?

Not that I want to go to war with Mexico, but I have seen some things from them in the past that made me wonder.

(For instance, when their military has crossed our border and discharged firearms, or when they assisted people from other countries to crash our borders.)

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