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Sunday, January 21, 2018

Government shut down

Now that the Democrats have shut down the government over DACA... The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (like the use of the word 'Arrivals' like they just fell out of the sky). They're 'immigrants', 'migrants', 'undocumented' everything but what they truly are... ILLEGAL. 

Trump GOT elected in part because he promised to build a wall. Now Democrats are showing their true colors by putting illegals before our own citizens. 

FF to the midterms. 


Friday, January 19, 2018

Trump's approval rating is the lowest for any president one year into his term, NBC/WSJ poll says

Poll... did someone say poll? Oh, ye of fading memory. I remember every poll CNN, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, ABC, CNBC leading up to and including the night of the election didn't give Trump a snowball's chance in hell of winning.

They were soooo WRONG!

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The article below is very telling. By that I mean if Trump's approval rating is only 39% that's a clear indication the other 61% don't own stock.

2,000,000 Americans and counting will receive Trump Tax Reform Bonuses

click to see list:

That's a lot of Americans receiving 'crumbs'.

Wonder who they're going to vote for in 2020?


President scored a 39 percent approval rating in the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll – the lowest approval rating in the survey's history for any modern president after his first year in office.

The poll was conducted Jan. 13 to 17, after the uproar began over , and while as Congress scrambled to reach a funding deal. Saturday is the first anniversary of Trump's inauguration. 

Fifty-one percent of respondents to the poll said they strongly disapproved of Trump's performance in the Oval Office, a record high for the president in the NBC/WSJ poll. Overall, 57 percent of people said they disapproved of the president's job.

In February 2017, just after Trump took office, 44 percent of respondents in the NBC/WSJ poll said they approved of the president's performance, while 48 percent disapproved.

Trump's administration has been beset by turmoil since the beginning, marked by unusually high amounts of senior staff turnover and a criminal investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Kremlin during the 2016 election.

More recently, Trump has been plagued by explosive revelations and assertions made by former campaign chief and fired White House chief strategist Steve Bannon in Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House." Transcripts of congressional testimony from a co-founder of the firm behind an inflammatory dossier about Trump's purported connections to Russian businessmen and mobsters has also reignited speculation about the president's labyrinthine financial dealings.

Trump, in search of a major early legislative win, pushed for repeal of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, but the effort fizzled on multiple occasions in 2017 before the president and the Republican-controlled Congress moved on to a sweeping tax-cut bill. Trump signed the measure into law in December. Polls have shown that voters are dubious of the tax bill's benefits, which slashed corporate tax rates and eliminated several popular individual deductions, but Trump has insisted people will see more money in their paychecks.

For the time being, however, voters are skeptical of the president, according to the NBC/WSJ poll. His approval ratings from some of his major constituent groups – whites, men and seniors – are below 50 percent, the latest findings show. (The percentages among those groups are 46 percent, 45 percent and 41 percent, respectively.)

Trump's approval rating among voters aged 18-34 was 35 percent, 33 percent among women, 26 percent among Latinos, and 8 percent of African Americans.

The pollsters also asked voters which words best described how they felt about Trump. Democratic pollster Peter Hart, who conducted the survey with Republican pollster Bill McInturff, told NBC News that voters used the word "hopeful" the most when Trump first took office. 

This time, "disgusted" was the most popular word, at 38 percent, followed by "scared" at 24 percent and "hopeful" at 23 percent.

The NBC/WSJ poll was conducted of 900 adults, nearly half reached by cell phone, and it has an overall margin of error of plus-minus 3.3 percentage points. The rest of the poll will be released later Friday.


Thursday, January 18, 2018

Can't think of anyone more aptly named

His life story reads like a liberal. 

The Flake assumed office in January 2013 and sat through Barry's abuse of power and said nothing... and now he's outraged at Trump!

 People of AZ.


Why do
continually elect these dogs?

"Enemy of the people" describes the MSM to a tee. They absolutely do not report the news in an unbiased, apolitical, way. If they did Trump wouldn't have to use Twitter. Their 'preconceived polls' lied every step of the way leading to and including the night of the election. Bias... they don't even try to hide it anymore!. Just the other day it was clearly evident again when they peppered Trump's doctor looking, begging, digging, for any morsel of bad news about Trump's physical. The question was asked, "What are you hiding from us?"

Then the shock set in:

(Dear God please don't let Trump get a clean bill of health)

(Oh... did!!!!!!!!)

And if you check the latest news reports the entire focus is on 239lbs.

Next step for the Flake... CNN?
I'd be surprised if it wasn't.


"Republican"...Flake slams Trump for Stalin-like attacks on media

Arizona Republican Jeff Flake unleashed a diatribe against President Donald Trump, timed to coincide with the expected announcement of controversial "Fake News Awards" by Trump's administration

A maverick senator from Donald Trump's own Republican party launched a stinging attack on the president on Wednesday, accusing him of employing Stalinist language to attack and undermine the free press.

Arizona lawmaker Jeff Flake leveled the broadside in an address from the Senate floor, timed to coincide with the expected announcement of controversial "Fake News Awards" by Trump's administration.

Flake -- an outspoken critic of the president who is not seeking re-election this year -- hit out at what he called Trump's disregard for the truth, and his repeated designation of the news media as an "enemy."

"The 'enemy of the people' was how the president of the United States called the free press in 2017," Flake told lawmakers.

"Mr. President, it is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by Joseph Stalin to describe his enemies," he said.

"So fraught with malice was the phrase 'enemy of the people,' that even Nikita Khrushchev forbade its use."

Flake accused Trump's White House of a "daily assault" on the constitutionally protected right to free speech, calling it "as unprecedented as it is unwarranted."

And he accused Trump of committing "moral vandalism" against the truth, from his longtime questioning of Barack Obama's birth certificate to his dismissal of Russian meddling in the 2016 election as a "hoax" -- and warned he was emboldening authoritarian regimes around the world to persecute the press.

"2017 was a year which saw the truth -- objective, empirical, evidence-based truth more battered and abused than any time in the history of our country, at the hands of the biggest figure in our government," Flake said.

"Without truth and a principled fidelity to truth and to shared facts, Mr President, our democracy will not last," he warned.

Trump tweeted last week that he would be awarding "Fake News Awards" to the "most corrupt & biased of the Mainstream Media" this Wednesday -- but the White House has remained evasive on whether the controversial event, already once delayed, would take place.


Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Trump-O-Nomics... aka crumbs

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A Partial list of companies paying "crumbs" since President Trump signed the tax reform bill into law on Dec. 22:



No. of employees getting bonus 




Alaska Airlines 



American Airlines 



Bank of America 









Fifth Third Bank 









PNC Financial 



Sinclair Broadcast 



Southwest Airlines 






U.S. Bancorp 




up to $1,000 

1.2 million

NOTES BB&T also raised minimum hourly pay rate from $12 to $15, effective Jan. 1, 2018; Fifth Third Bank also boosted minimum wage to $15 per hour for all employees; PNC Financial also will raise minimum pay rate to $15 an hour by the end of 2018.

Then there's this:

Apple Is Paying $38 Billion to Bring Cash Back to the U.S. Because of the Tax Overhaul


DHS asked prosecutors to consider charging sanctuary city leaders

So...if they were going to prosecute this guy for doing his job arresting illegals. 

Would it be too irrational to judge the dirty bastards in San Francisco who purposely released this scumbag back into society

 with 5 deportations and 7 felony convictions only to kill Kate Steinle?
Shouldn't they be held accountable?


Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

The Department of Homeland Security has asked federal prosecutors to examine the possibility of bringing criminal charges against leaders of so-called sanctuary cities, Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told lawmakers Tuesday. 

"The Department of Justice is reviewing what avenues may be available," Nielsen told the Senate Judiciary Committee. The secretary added that sanctuary policies were "putting my [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] officers at risk."

The Trump administration has vowed to withhold federal money from localities that refuse to give federal immigration authorities access to jails and provide advance notice when someone in the country illegally is about to be released.

Earlier this month, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) told Fox News' "Your World with Neil Cavuto" that politicians should be held "personally accountable" for crimes committed by illegal immigrants.

"We've got to start charging some of these politicians with crimes," Tom Homan said in the Jan. 2 appearance.

California recently passed a statewide sanctuary policy that took effect Jan. 1, and cities such as San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia have adopted them.

A federal judge has blocked the Justice Department's effort to halt funding to those locations.

Last month, Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Ind., introduced a bill threatening elected officials in sanctuary cities with fines and prison time.

"Politicians don't get to pick and choose what laws to comply with," Rokita told Fox News at the time "Americans are dying because politicians sworn to uphold the law refuse to do so."

Rokita introduced the bill in the wake of the Kate Steinle trial, in which an illegal immigrant who had been deported to Mexico five times was acquitted of murdering Steinle on a San Francisco pier in 2015.