Thursday, November 29, 2018

(Almost) Daily Meme

Those ill during the days of Ellis Island were NOT allowed into our country...why should they be let in now...they shouldn't be.

Sen. Jeff Flake's Nauseating Obstructionism Over Protect Mueller Bill Delayed 21 Trump Judicial Nominations
Sen. Jeff Flake's Nauseating Obstructionism Over Protect Mueller Bill Delayed 21 Trump Judicial NominationsSen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MI) won her runoff election last night over Democrat Mike Espy in Mississippi, so Republicans have a solid 53-47 majority. No longer will we have to deal with the Murkowski-Collins question when it come sot tight votes of judicial and Supreme Court nominations. We can run the table on paper, but we have a Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) problem. Yeah, Mr. Flake, the perpetual pain in the rear end of the Senate GOP, isn’t budging from his position of blocking Trump’s judicial nominees until a vote on a bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia investigation is brought before the Senate floor.

His antics caused the Senate Judiciary Committee to cancel tomorrow’s hearing to advance 21 judicial nominees. Flake is the deciding vote on that committee, and he’s starting to annoy the hell out of his Republican colleagues. Efforts to appease him seem to be a fool’s errand as binding legislation to protect Mueller is the only thing that will cause him to reverse course on his obstructionism over judicial nominees (via Politico):
UN Migration Pact takes aim at “hate speech,” Slovakia becomes the tenth country to rejectit

By Christine Douglass-Williams / Jihad Watch


As part of the UN Migration Pact,  signatories are required to “commit to eliminate all forms of discrimination” with measures including state promotion of “diversity”, prevention of “hate speech” and opening up of welfare systems to illegal immigrants, was written in such a way that it would create a legal framework.” Sensible nations are rejecting the […]
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President Trump calls for treason trials

What the Democrat party did to subvert the presidential election is high treason. Watergate was nothing compared to this.

EXCLUSIVE: ‘If the shoe were on the other foot, it would be treason.’ Trump rips into Obama’s administration for ‘spying’ on his campaign, telling Corey Lewandowski in AUDIO RECORDING the former President knew about surveillance

  • President Trump told Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie in an audio recording obtained by ‘If the shoe were on the other foot, and the same thing happened to him, it would be treason’
  • The president said he believes Obama knew the then-CIA chief and director of national intelligence were spying on members of his campaign
  • The President sat down with Lewandowski and Bossie for their new book, Trump’s Enemies: How the Deep State Is Undermining the Presidency
  • The authors claim to have documents on the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation on meetings between the FBI and top Executive Branch members
  • They write: ‘In most cases, the names of all individuals who attended these meetings are listed and unredacted, with the exception of one’
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Developing now, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018
  • The Department of Justice is sending more agents to the southern border after last weekend's clash between migrant caravan members and authorities. In addition, Mexican officials are raising growing concerns about the potential health risks among the migrant caravans.
  • Special Counsel Robert Mueller's hardball tactics with investigation targets, Trump supporters and witnesses are fueling concerns about his probe at a critical time, some critics say. Meanwhile, conservative author Jerome Corsi has instructed his lawyers to file a complaint against 'Mueller's special counsel' and the Justice Department
  • Adult entertainment star Stormy Daniels says her attorney, Michael Avenatti, filed a defamation suit against President Trump without her permission
  • Former CBS head Les Moonves, who stepped down in September amid sexual misconduct allegations, faces new accusations in a report filed late Wednesday night
  • First lady Melania Trump fires back at critics of her White House Christmas decorations