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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Sep-9

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PAULFROMNYS

From: PAULFROMNYS

Sep-9

   Yep, and now their talking like Trump saying WW2 veterans at French cemetery were suckers.  Even though every person on the scene says there was no such comment, even John Bolton who hates Trump.  Even though every utterance of Trump regarding those who defend our freedom is overwhelmingly positive.  But wait, the democrats and MSM have a source whom they simply cannot divulge; so here we are listening to them hitting Trump with it as if it were fact.

katiek2

From: katiek2

Sep-9

I did a little research on this guy, because I've never seen him nor heard his name mentioned on Fox News, and believe me, I would have.  Nearly every night, I have the (dubious) pleasure of sitting through three hours of Bret Baier, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and if I'm really lucky, Shannon Bream.  Nearly every link in the article is "page not found" or "page not available".  I did see the tweet in which he showed a picture of the rally with every single person wearing face masks.  It was definitely photoshopped.  I saw the people waiting both on the ground and in the stands for Air Force One to land.  Most of them were NOT wearing masks.  I hate this kind of "journalism" with a passion, whether it's done by the left or the right.

The guy is a nutcase.  That is not to say mainstream media doesn't lie - it does, gleefully, every night.  

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Sep-9

The selective reporting of our media has destroyed its credibility. Only willing dupes pay them any heed . . .

 

Political Cartoons by Al Goodwyn

. . . at all . . .

 

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Sep-9

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize, putting the Nobel committee on the hot seat

 

After issuing its prestigious peace prize to a series of assorted clowns and faceless bureaucrats, has the Nobel peace committee decided to try to make its peace prize worth something again?  Something connected to actual peacemaking?

Sure looks like it, given that one of them, a member of Norway's parliament, has nominated President Trump for the prestigious prize.

According to the New York Post:

President Trump has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for helping broker a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, according to a report.

Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament and chairman to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, submitted the nomination, Fox News reported.

"For his merit, I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees," Tybring-Gjedde, told Fox News.

The Norwegian noted that Trump played a key role in this development, the biggest platform for peace since Israel's entente with Egypt several decades ago, and what's more, other Arab states would likely follow suit.  In fact, quite a few are.  And the troublemakers among them, such as the Palestinian "state," are walking back their opposition to the accord, with peace breaking out all over.

On merit alone, by any objective standard, Trump's act is a massive contribution to peace.

And it's not just the Israel-UAE peacemaking, either.

Fact is, the Trump umbrella of peace is multiplicative.  Trump's rub-out of Qassem Soleimani, Iran's chief terrorist, has led to global terrorism waning.  Trump's peace-brokering between longtime enemies Kosovo and Serbia snuffed out another smoldering ember of war in Europe.  Trump's risky move to engage North Korea's psychopathic dictator one-on-one, breaking all foreign policy conventional wisdom — created even more peace or at least bought time for something steadier, too — the freak, after all, had been hurling rockets at Los Angeles before that.  And for keeping the U.S out of all wars and bringing troops home during his term, Trump deserves credit there, too.

Yes, that's a heady record of peacemaking, and the Nobel committee couldn't ignore it if it cared about its credibility. 

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Sep-10

And yet, those two memes with the Geroge Soros comment just proved the article correct.

What you continue to read and accept as truth has chipped away at any semblance of intellect you once had.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Sep-10

ElDotardo said:

Unlike the ordinary conspiracy theory that requires a wild-eyed, paranoid person to connect imaginary dots to create invisible lines, with wildly disparate facts forced together into an impossible scenario, Anton simply points to the Democrats’ own words:

... And then spouts a conspiracy theory that George Soros is behind it all.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Sep-10

If this peace deal succeeds, Trump can have a thousand Nobel Peace Prizes!

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Sep-10

Jenifer (aka Karen) said...

What you continue to read and accept as truth has chipped away at any semblance of intellect you once had.

 

 

 

Proving once again that the da'Nile ain't just a river in Egypt . . .

 

The Soros Funded Tides Foundation and BLM

 

The 501(c)(3) tax exempt Thousand Currents and ActBlue Charities are supporting Black Lives Matter (BLM) Global Network, which is campaigning openly against President Trump on its website and also in other venues. BLM leader Patrisse Cullors said openly in a CNN interview, "Trump not only needs to not be in office in November but he should resign now. Trump needs to be out of office. He is not fit for office." "…we are going to push for is a move to get Trump out… Our goal is to get Trump out." 501(c)(3) resources cannot be used legally to influence an election.

A response to the tweet with the Cullors interview says, "Thanks, sending this tweet to the IRS so they can see BLM's 501(c)(3) status should be removed." (BLM itself is not tax exempt, but Thousand Currents and ActBlue Charities are.) Another person posted a screen shot of IRS rules, while another added, "So they want tax exempt status, but they are going to pull this?" People can act on this information via Form 13909. California, where Thousand Currents and the Tides Foundation are domiciled, uses Form CT9, "Complaint to The California Attorney General Regarding a Charity or Charitable Solicitation."

The very end (last ten seconds) of this Cullors video says, “We get Trump out of office by leading with bold and creative action.” There is more than ample evidence that BLM is therefore using tax-exempt resources from Thousand Currents, ActBlue Charities and, as of July, the Tides Foundation, to influence the election. While Form 13909 and CT9 complaints have doubtlessly been filed, there is no guarantee that regulatory agencies will be able to act on them prior to mid-October, when people will start to send in absentee ballots. We therefore need to take this controversy viral so voters can form their own opinions in the meantime.

The Tides Foundation Steps In

The Capital Research Center reported, "Tides Center Takes Control of Black Lives Matter Global Network." I am not familiar with the Capital Research Center but they also posted a letter from Thousand Currents to the California Attorney General.

"We represent Thousand Currents. By this letter, we hereby provide written notice to the California Attorney General in accordance with California Corporations Code §5913 of a proposed transfer (the "Transfer") by Thousand Currents, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, of all of the assets associated with Thousand Currents' fiscal sponsorship of the Black Lives Matter Global Network project (the "Assets"), constituting substantial assets of
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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Sep-10

'Something's going on here and it's much bigger than people think'

 

Following the conclusion of the Republican National Convention, the far left's "fiery but peaceful" protestors had a pretty disgusting plan: instead of just yelling at the top of their lungs from the outside, or attempting to disrupt the convention from the inside, or burning and looting nearby shops to give the whole thing a bad public relations odor, they decided to physically attack Republicans as they exited the convention.  That was the plan.

They certainly attacked random nobodies exiting the front, but when Sen. Rand Paul attempted to get to his hotel two blocks away on foot after waiting 45 minutes at the wrong hotel, the mobs recognized him and got really excited, first swarming him and his wife in a group of 30, and then swelling to 60, and then to a 120-sized turba mob.  They made lunging attacks at the senator and his luckily spotted police escort who were trying to protect Paul and his wife and deflect the "protesters." 

It was a travesty.  Paul described it very well.

Some excerpts: "We cannot go outside now, it's too dangerous."

"The United States is going to become Portland."

"We'll eff you up."

"This is happening in all our cities, thank God for the police."

"I want to live the life of a normal person, where I go to the grocery store and buy groceries, or stop at the Minute-Mart."

Paul's most important statement came here:

"This also is not normal.  There's something ... going on here.  This is like, the FBI needs to be involved."

 And more specifically, as the Fox News reporter probed:

My feeling is there is interstate criminal traffic being paid for across state lines, but you won't know it unless you arrest them. Otherwise you just think oh these are just some normal hoodlums from a big city. I promise you that at least some of these members and people who attacked us were not from D.C. They flew here on a plane, they've all got fresh new clothes, and they were paid to be here. It is a crime to do that and it needs to be traced. The FBI needs to investigate. But the only way you can do it is you have to arrest people. And usually we say 'oh, well, you didn't get hurt, so we're not going to arrest them.' They were inciting a riot, and they would have killed us had the police not been there. They all need to be arrested, and I'm not saying forever, but they need to be arrested, questioned, they need to say where you're staying, and the bills need to be subpoenaed by a judge, to say 'who paid for your bill, how did you get here on a plane and staying in a fancy hotel, and yet you're acting like a criminal.' Something's going on here and it's much bigger than people think. But the bottom line is, we can't let the United States become Portland and that's what my fear is...

This is pretty much the most important question that can be asked of any of this lunacy engulfing the country.

Two things stand out.

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