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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Honestly...what good is Islam?





Why can't Muslims, Christians, and Jews live together and worship in peace?

Reason: Islam

The religion of death.


Have you ever seen a Muslim hospital? Me either. Click [Muslims hospitals in America on Bing]. There are none. Have you ever heard of a Muslim orchestra? A Muslim marching band? Have you ever heard of a Muslim charity? Why? They have no allegiance, no loyalty, for any country in which they live. They will never, repeat NEVER, assimilate into our society. It's the equivalent of inviting the Japs and Nazis to our shores during WWII! To think otherwise is pure insanity. Are we ever going to learn??? Have you ever seen a Muslim do anything that contributes to America in a positive way? Yet these bastards "Are the fabric of American" according to Barry?

The latest atrocity? Manchester England... 22 young kids dead.. one was an 8 years old.!



 What God-For-Saken fucking religion subscribes to this barbarity?

I'll tell you.. the savagery.. they call Islam.

I have a solution. Of course, it will never happen because of PC. Ban/contain all Muslims to the Middle East. Sooner or later they will kill each other off. Make it our decision, not theirs, for the religion of death.








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Dems are being blackmailed




On a tip from Ed Kilbane





Anyone remember the Awan brothers?



Read about this several months ago.  The Awan brothers were hired by the Dems as IT people and allowed access to sensitive information. That was until they were fired by House Democrats for stealing IT equipment and, possibly, hacking the system. This was several months ago and I couldn't help thinking...How could these dumbasses allow Pakistani Muslims (a country brimming in terrorism) access to sensitive information? Then it became yesterday's news and went off the radar. 

Now it has reappeared in a whole new light. The complete story below is eye-popping especially this:

"The investigation goes far beyond the theft of millions of dollars. The employees could read all emails dozens of members of Congress sent and received, as well as access any files members and their staff stored. Court records show the brothers ran a side business that owed $100,000 to an Iranian fugitive who has been tied to Hezbollah, and their stepmother says they often send money to Pakistan."


Found this on another website.


"Then-Rep. Tammy Duckworth, an Illinois Democrat, employed Abid for IT work in 2016. She was a member of House committees dealing with the armed services, oversight, and Benghazi. Duckworth was elected to the Senate in November 2016. Abid has a prior criminal record and a bankruptcy."


So Duckworth hired this Muslim with no background check?
And the fucks are 'so concerned' about the Russians…great diversion tactic!


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House IT Aides Fear Suspects In Hill Breach Are Blackmailing Members With Their Own Data

Congressional technology aides are baffled that data-theft allegations against four former House IT workers — who were banned from the congressional network — have largely been ignored, and they fear the integrity of sensitive high-level information.

Imran Awan and three relatives were colleagues until police banned them from computer networks at the House of Representatives after suspicion the brothers accessed congressional computers without permission.

Five Capitol Hill technology aides told The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group that members of Congress have displayed an inexplicable and intense loyalty towards the suspects who police say victimized them. The baffled aides wonder if the suspects are blackmailing representatives based on the contents of their emails and files, to which they had full access.

“I don’t know what they have, but they have something on someone. It’s been months at this point” with no arrests, said Pat Sowers, who has managed IT for several House offices for 12 years. “Something is rotten in Denmark.”

A manager at a tech-services company that works with Democratic House offices said he approached congressional offices, offering their services at one-fourth the price of Awan and his Pakistani brothers, but the members declined. At the time, he couldn’t understand why his offers were rejected but now he suspects the Awans exerted some type of leverage over members.

“There’s no question about it: If I was accused of a tenth of what these guys are accused of, they’d take me out in handcuffs that same day, and I’d never work again,” he said.

The Awans’ ban sent 20 members searching for new IT workers, but another contractor claims he’s had difficulty convincing offices to let him fill the void, even when he seemed like a shoo-in. He says he has the sense some members wrongly believed that he blew the whistle on the Awans’ theft and they were angry at him for it.

Politico reported the Awan crew is “accused of stealing equipment from members’ offices without their knowledge and committing serious, potentially illegal, violations on the House IT network.”

A House IT employee who requested anonymity said tech workers who have taken over some of those offices found that computers in some — but not all — offices were “thin clients” that sent all data to an offsite server in violation of House policies. Additionally, staffers’ iPhones were all linked to a single non-government iTunes account.

Awan began working for Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida in 2005, and his wife, his brother’s wife, and two of his brothers all appeared on the payrolls of various House Democrats soon after, payroll records show. They have collected $4 million since 2010.

For years, it was widely known that Awan, and eventually his 20-year-old brother Jamal, did the bulk of the work for various offices, while no-show employees were listed on members’ staffs in order to collect additional $165,000 salaries, workers said. This circumvented a rule that prevents any one staffer from making more than members of Congress.

Members were fiercely protective of the business, despite objectively shoddy work and requests for computer help routinely ignored for weeks, all said. An IT specialist who took over an Awan office said they did not keep an inventory of what hardware was there, and the office was paying for phone lines it hadn’t used in years.

“The number of offices they had would definitely be suspicious. The loyalty [members] had [coupled with] customer service that wasn’t there,” Sowers said.

One Democratic IT staffer said Awan “would come in and only help the member — he’d tell me this — because staff come and go. There was one staffer whose computer was broken and said, ‘I’m not going to pay my invoices until you fix my computer,’ and Imran went to the member, and they fired [the staffer who complained] that day. Imran has that power.”

Sowers said, “I love the Hill but to see this clear lack of concern over what appears to be a major breach bothers me. Everyone has said for years they were breaking the rules, but it’s just been a matter of time.”

An employee of a third private company with House IT office contracts, who like most of the others requested anonymity, said the Awans had more offices than anyone, yet “there’s networkers meetings once a week and I never saw them ever come to them. We have an email group; I never saw them contribute or reply.”

The investigation goes far beyond the theft of millions of dollars. The employees could read all emails dozens of members of Congress sent and received, as well as access any files members and their staff stored. Court records show the brothers ran a side business that owed $100,000 to an Iranian fugitive who has been tied to Hezbollah, and their stepmother says they often send money to Pakistan.

“When you’re an admin for an office, yes, you have access to everything, you’re the one providing access for others,” the IT specialist said.

Wasserman Schultz, the victim of a disastrous hack while she was chairman of the Democratic National Committee, renamed Awan an “advisor” to circumvent the Capitol Police’s computer network ban on the brothers. Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcia Fudge’s office told Politico a month after the ban that she had not fired Imran either.

After Wasserman Schultz and Fudge, as well as New York Democratic Reps. Gregory Meeks and Yvette Clarke and the House Democratic Caucus office, retained the Awans, the incumbents or their staffs encouraged newly-elected members to place the family on their payrolls.

“You’d think in the caucus they’d know these guys were working for all of them and they couldn’t possibly support all of them. Someone must have been turning a blind eye,” the IT specialist said.

“You have the power to shut down the office, remove all their data and lock everyone out. It’s got to be a trusted adviser. How could you not see this? Maybe it’s not specifically blackmail, maybe it’s, you knew this was going on and let me do this” for years, the specialist continued.

Another Democratic IT contractor said members “are saying don’t say anything, this will all blow over if we all don’t say anything.” The Awans “had [members] in their pocket,” and “there are a lot of members who could go down over this.”







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Monday, May 22, 2017

They won't stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance





This is sad, sad, sad, bad enough to see it with sports, but now it is in schools and Congress….SICK!!!!

If they won't stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance, in my opinion...they have no place in our Congress!

(All Dem-o-rats no doubt)



Any member of the house or senate that refuse to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance in the Chambers should be escorted out by the Sergeant at Arms until they comply. If your allegiance is not with this country and our flag, just who is it with?

Why don't we ask someone like Minnesota's Muslim congressman Keith Ellison!

Let`s cut off their pay -- and all benefits. Give the ingrates two days to decide to retire or be impeached.






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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Well it didn't take long




After a great speech (perhaps a little too long) Trump laid it out to the Muslim world Islamic terrorism will no longer be tolerated. What a striking departure from the ass-kissing, red line in the sand, “Islam is the fabric of American” bullshit Barry used to spew. But of course, while Trump’s words were still echoing through the halls in the Royal Court Palace in Riyadh WAPO was busy in their torpedo room (they call a newspaper) to help sink the USS Trump. This was their take on Trump's historic speech. They used this video to "illustrate" their point.

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Saudi Arabia's king awards Trump with top civilian honor - King Abdulaziz Necklace Medal

This is the headline:

Trump mocked Obama for bowing to a Saudi king. And then he …

Trump simply aided the king in getting the medal around his neck.


Seriously... 

There's a comparison?






If you really wanted to know how many times Barry bowed down you could ask Larry Sinclair. But we can't.. he died...mysteriously.






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The persecution of Donald J. Trump




Let's face it.  The snarling liberal wolfpack is out in full force. I don't care where you turn. The internet, MSM news, SNL, Kimmel, Colbert, and the rest of Hollywood foaming at the mouth, gnawing on, and twisting everything Trump says and does.  


I agree. And the proof is in the pudding.

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Byron York: Harvard study: CNN, NBC Trump coverage 93 percent negative


Byron YorkMay 19, 2017, 3:21 PM

How negative was press coverage of President Trump's first 100 days in office? Far more than that of Barack Obama, George W. Bush, or Bill Clinton, according to a new report from the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy.

The Harvard scholars analyzed the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and the main newscasts (not talk shows) of CBS, CNN, Fox and NBC during Trump's initial time in office. They found, to no one's surprise, that Trump absolutely dominated news coverage in the first 100 days. And then they found that news coverage was solidly negative — 80 percent negative among those outlets studied, versus 20 percent positive.

The numbers for previous presidents: Barack Obama, 41 percent negative, 59 percent positive; George W. Bush, 57 percent negative, 43 percent positive; and Bill Clinton, 60 percent negative, 40 percent positive.

Accusations of bias aside, it's simply a fact that a number of negative things happened in Trump's opening 100 days. The Russia investigation, for example, was a source of endless criticism from Democrats and other Trump opponents. The travel ban executive order led to intense argument and losses for the administration in the courts. The healthcare debacle created more negative coverage because it was a major screwup and a setback for both Trump and House Republicans.

That said, the coverage of some news organizations was so negative, according to the Harvard study, that it seems hard to argue that the coverage was anywhere near a neutral presentation of facts. Assessing the tone of news coverage, the Harvard researchers found that CNN's Trump coverage was 93 percent negative, and seven percent positive. The researchers found the same numbers for NBC.

Others were slightly less negative. The Harvard team found that CBS coverage was 91 percent negative and 9 percent positive. New York Times coverage was 87 percent negative and 13 percent positive. Washington Post coverage was 83 percent negative and 17 percent positive. Wall Street Journal coverage was 70 percent negative and 30 percent positive. And Fox News coverage also leaned to the negative, but only slightly: 52 percent negative to 48 percent positive.

Ninety-three percent negative — that's a lot by anybody's standards. "CNN and NBC's coverage was the most unrelenting — negative stories about Trump outpaced positive ones by 13-to-1 on the two networks," the study noted. "Trump's coverage during his first 100 days set a new standard for negativity."

The Harvard study had plenty of criticism for Trump. "Never in the nation's history," the authors wrote, "has the country had a president with so little fidelity to the facts, so little appreciation for the dignity of the presidential office, and so little understanding of the underpinnings of democracy."

But the authors made clear that journalists are very much part of the problem. "At the same time, the news media need to give Trump credit when his actions warrant it," the study said:

The public's low level of confidence in the press is the result of several factors, one of which is a belief that journalists are biased. That perception weakens the press's watchdog role. One of the more remarkable features of news coverage of Trump's first 100 days is that it has changed few minds about the president, for better or worse. The nation's watchdog has lost much of its bite and won't regain it until the public perceives it as an impartial broker, applying the same reporting standards to both parties. The news media's exemplary coverage of Trump's cruise missile strike on Syria illustrates the type of even-handedness that needs to be consistently and rigorously applied.

The Harvard team is undoubtedly now studying coverage of Trump's second 100 days. (They issued reports on key periods in the presidential campaign, as well.) The question is, will anything change?





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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Trump arrives in Saudi Arabia first presidential trip abroad







The word 'fracking' was never brought up but that won't stop CNN.


Tomorrow's Headline:

Sources Say Trump Promised Saudi's He Would End Fracking

Sources close to CNN (The guy in the newsroom whispered in their ear) reported President Trump made a deal with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud to stop fracking giving the Saudi's the green light to increase oil prices and burden Americans who...





I guarantee you when this trip is over ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, The NYT's, in others words the entire MSM, will not have one positive comment but had it been Barry doing exactly the same thing they'd be gushing over it.



I'm going to focus on the more positive aspects of the trip.











As opposed to this.















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Friday, May 19, 2017

Don't hold your breath waiting for BLM to show up




3 Mississippi teens face capital murder charges in killing of 6-year-old boy

“All they had to do is let this kid off on the side of the road, at a grocery store, at a church, anywhere else, but they chose to kill the kid,” a sheriff spokesman said, according to The New York Times.



May 18: Family members carry a grief-stricken Ebony Archie, mother of Kingston Frazier, after learning the young boy was found dead (Elijah Baylis/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)







Three young Mississippi men on Thursday were arrested hours after a 6-year-old boy was found shot dead in his mother's stolen car and the suspects will be charged with capital murder, authorities said.

Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest announced at a news conference that authorities plan to charge Byron McBride, D'Allen Washington and Dwan Wakefield in the death of the child.

Authorities found Kingston Frazier shot at least once in the back seat of his mother's stolen car, which Jackson Police Cmdr. Tyree Jones said was abandoned in a muddy ditch about 15 miles north of the Kroger parking lot where he was taken.

“All they had to do is let this kid off on the side of the road, at a grocery store, at a church, anywhere else, but they chose to kill the kid,” a sheriff spokesman said, according to The New York Times.

This was an absolute senseless murder of a 6-year-old boy by three animals.
Because of their skin color, they are immune from the wrath of BLM. It wouldn't be a leap to say BLM defends black on black crime the most popular in the black community. Check the statistics. Black on black crime is out of control when compared to white on black crime. BLM is more concerned about an ingrown toenail ignoring the bigger picture of pancreatic cancer in their community.


Frazier had gone missing after 1 a.m. Thursday when a man was seen on video taking the car from the parking lot of a supermarket in Jackson, the state capital, according to authorities.

The mother, Ebony Archie, left the boy in the car, its engine running, while she went inside the supermarket early Thursday, sheriff's deputies have said.

The store's parking lot is patrolled by sheriff's deputies, including one in a golf cart. She reportedly collapsed after learning her child was killed. She was carried outside the district attorney’s office by a family member. 

About nine hours after the boy was reported missing, a man reported the missing Toyota Camry was beside a dead-end road in the northern suburb of Gluckstadt.

Security video shows that after Archie left, another car drove up and a man got out and then drove off in the Camry.

A child abduction alert was played repeatedly Thursday on local newscasts and police and family members issued public appeals for help.

"We've been looking for him for nine hours in every neighborhood in Jackson," said Deanna Moore, the boy's aunt. Addressing those who took the car, she added, "You could have just dropped him off."

Authorities publicly disclosed the boy's death Thursday morning while surrounded by grieving family members.

"A 6-year-old is gone," said Kingston's cousin, Kolby Irby. "His mother has to deal with this. That's her baby."

The three suspects were arrested within hours of the child's body being found, authorities said, adding video and a witness helped identify them.

Authorities said Washington and Wakefield are both 17. McBride's age was not immediately released.

In Mississippi, 17-year-olds accused of capital murder are tried as adults. The capital murder charge means prosecutors could seek the death penalty if the three are convicted, Guest said.

The district attorney also said it was possible the charges might change, adding the three are expected to make initial court appearances on Monday.

One lawyer said he is not yet officially representing one of them and declined requests for comment. Guest said the other two do not yet have lawyers.

Authorities did not answer questions at the news conference with reporters, and it's unclear what role each of the three suspects is alleged to have played.

Wakefield was a quarterback last year at a high school in Madison County, north of Jackson, county Superintendent Ronnie McGehee told The Clarion-Ledger.McGehee also said Wakefield had been dismissed from the team but didn't elaborate.

The child's body was taken for an autopsy at the state crime lab and the car was towed away by police as they continue to investigate.









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Thursday, May 18, 2017

Proof there is no bias in the MSM








Hillary’s private server shot her in the foot. Does anyone truly believe Trump conspired with the Russians to win the election?










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Sentenced to 35... out in 7





The new Chelsea Manning.



Big debut: Chelsea Manning posted a photo of herself on Instagram Friday, her first since she was released from prison after seven years


Her fellow prisoners were sorry to see her go. One was quoted in his jail cell, "Don't know what were going to do wth all these jars of Vaseline."








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Robert Mueller appointed special counsel in the Trump-Russia investigation







This guy is unbiased? Remember the IRS scandal?


Jim Jordan makes Mueller look like the absolute liberal fool he really is! He doesn't know shit because an investigation never took place. Probably under a direct order from Barry. To this day not one TeaPartier targeted by the IRS was ever interviewed by the FBI.


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After watching this brilliant performance Mueller is either incredibly stupid or working for the enemy. I'm going with both. How confident are you in Mueller's ability to conduct an impartial investigation of Trump?

Perry Mason, he's not.


BTW...Where was the Special Prosecutor during F&F, Benghazi, and the glaring IRS scandal, just to name a few?











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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

MSM..."Comey's a scrupulous note taker"




Okay, Comey has been chastised intensely by both Democrats and Republicans. It wasn't until Trump fired him when he suddenly became the next American Idol in the liberal mindset. Even Killary added him to her Christmas card emailing mailing list. The NYT's broke the story.

So the next question is (I didn't think this up I heard it on the news...God I sound like Barry) if Trump tried to curry special favor with Comey to drop the Flynn/Russia investigation several months ago and Comey's reputation and integrity are beyond reproach why are we just hearing about this now? 


One of these 3 is a liar.

Nor sure about 1 but 3 is a lock!




  




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Lead story (MSM): Trump Shared Highly Classified Information With Russians




My Lead Story: 


Who’s in charge of disseminating information at the WH? 


I have a spaghetti colander with fewer leaks.



Maybe they should hire Mr. Flex Seal.



Seriously, who had access to doling out information on Trump’s meeting with the Russians and leaked it to WAPO? They can’t track the number of people (probably no more than 6 or 8… if they're smart) who were present? Have they ever heard about the process of elimination?

BTW… wasn’t it the Russians who warned us about the Tsarnaev brothers and no one took heed.

How can this ‘SECURITY BREECH’ possibly compare with Barry’s deal with the Iranian dogs?


CNN Tomorrow:

Melania Trump Has A Mole On Her Right Buttock

Hopefully, this will wake Trump up.






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McCain: Trump scandals reaching 'Watergate size and scale'









Arizona Sen. John McCain (R) reportedly said Tuesday that scandals within President Trump's administration are reaching a "Watergate-size and scale."

McCain made the statement at a International Republican Institute dinner on Tuesday night. Multiple reporters said that during a speech at the event, McCain compared recent reports surrounding Trump's administration to Watergate. 

McCain's statement came just hours after a bombshell report that Trump asked former FBI Director James Comey inFebruary to stop his investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Trump has faced a major fallout over the last week following his surprise firing of Comey and reports that he revealed highly confidential information to Russian diplomats.

McCain also reportedly criticized Trump during his speech, calling it "unacceptable" to have allowed Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov into the Oval Office.

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Where was McCain when this took place? 







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