Dear KMAG: 20200706 Open Topic


This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.



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For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Ezietto, titled ‘Stars and Warriors’:



Watching the Marxist Mob deface and topple our historical monuments, is both saddening and infuriating.


They must be stopped. They must be stopped and punished, because these monuments are not theirs to destroy. These monuments belong to all of us…past, present and future.


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


Yes, it’s a word. ‘Tittynope’ is a noun and refers to a small quantity of something left over.

Pronounced [TIT-ee-nope], tittynope could refer to a tasty morsel of pie or cake…or it could refer to the dregs or remains of something nasty and foul.

Used in a sentence:

She hungrily eyed the tittynope of a brownie that her friend could not finish.


501 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200706 Open Topic

  1. As I was researching appropriate quotes for Sunday by the Rushmore four (or five), I encountered several quotes attributed to Abraham Lincoln that I had not seen before. If correct, they provide rich food for thought concerning the times during which Lincoln lived, and into the mind of Abraham Lincoln.

    Personally, I believe that (Galatians 3:26-29) “26 For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. 27 For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. 28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. 29 And if you are Christ’s, then you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise.”

    By no means am I endorsing the following thoughts, although they may contain some truths, but they also may be used to promote the vilest of intentions.

    I debated with myself whether to post them, but, if truthful, I found them truly enlightening of past times . . . buckle up –

    Abraham Lincoln:

    “I can hardly believe that the South and North can live in peace, unless we can get rid of the negroes … I believe that it would be better to export them all to some fertile country with a good climate, which they could have to themselves.”

    “Our republican system was meant for a homogeneous people. As long as blacks continue to live with the whites they constitute a threat to the national life. Family life may also collapse and the increase of mixed breed bastards may some day challenge the supremacy of the white man.”

    “I will say, then, that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races: that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people.”

    “My paramount object in this struggle is to save the Union, and is not either to save or to destroy slavery. If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone I would also do that. What I do about slavery, and the colored race, I do because I believe it helps to save the Union; and what I forbear, I forbear because I do not believe it would help to save the Union.”

    “Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.”

    “As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master. This expresses my idea of democracy.”

    “Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally.”

    “If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong.”

    “Slavery is founded on the selfishness of man’s nature – opposition to it on his love of justice. These principles are in eternal antagonism; and when brought into collision so fiercely as slavery extension brings them, shocks and throes and convulsions must ceaselessly follow.”

    “We were proclaiming ourselves political hypocrites before the world, by thus fostering Human Slavery and proclaiming ourselves, at the same time, the sole friends of Human Freedom.”

    “I know there is a God, and that He hates injustice and slavery. I see the storm coming, and I know that his hand is in it. If He has a place and work for me – and I think He has – I believe I am ready.

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    1. The only new quote to me is the “When I hear someone arguing for slavery…” probably as a Southerner I was taught earlier on about Lincoln and what the War was really all about.

      Yes, Lincoln was absolutely morally, ethically and spiritually against slavery. He was also convinced it was not only UnAmerican but also Anti American, against the very ideals on which this country was founded. Slavery was also damaging to the non slave holding whites, hurt poor laborers of all colors/races and the free market as it under cut labor (see the GOP platform in its early days and look at some of the anti slavery groups that came together under its umbrella).

      And, yes, Lincoln was racist due to his concerns over post slavery, freed blacks (as a whole v. specific individuals) being absorbed into and assimilating into American Society at large.

      Rather than thinking that there were exceptions/certain individual blacks that would not assimiltate into the greater American society (as there are exceptions in every race/ethnicity due to criminality &/or low IQ) he seem to think that the exceptions were those who did assimilate.

      He wanted to relocated the freed slaves and shared concerns with many about what a post slavery society in the US would become as far as safety/crime rates, dependence, work ethics, ability to be educated and therefore the ability to be a free & responsible citizen.

      Learn more about the relocation program that he supported here: (

      As a Southerner, I am very familiar with the quote re saving the Union.

      >> NO, even to Lincoln the War Between the States was a question of Absolute Union v. ability to Constitutionally Secede and was not about slavery, per se. <<

      Slavery was the policy while federal power over the states (and Very Specifically the power of the states to secede) was the principle over which the war was fought.

      Now, I often ignore some of these competing facts when arguing with leftist because:
      1) they don't know the difference
      and 2) they are dishonest and want to create alt history so I fight fire with fire

      Ex: Leftist claim that the South fought for slavery so I fight back saying that the north fought to free slaves, that the Union, our very country of the United States of America fought to demand all men be free and that the South and all US citizens live up to the ideals of our Founding Fathers & that the very flag they are disrespecting in the Union flag under which 300,000 mostly white men died for the freedom of slaves.

      In large part, this is true. But saving the Union was the reason for war even while the policy of slavery was what drove the session question and the South saw themselves as the true bloodline of the Revolution and the US Constitution, including the 2/3 of Southerns who owned no slaves.

      For the record, I am delighted that we are 1 country under God v. seeing the balkenization of our great country, that slavery is no more and that we as a country continue to fight slavery around the world. If we were not one great union of the Lower 48 + Alaska we would face more military/national threats, would not have accomplished all that we have and would not be nearly the great country we have become. The 49ers, Grand Canyon, the Old Northwest, the covered wagons across the paries, the Rocky Mountains, the mountain men and the cowboys, the Pilgrims, NYC, the Texas Spirit, the Ohio Valley …. all outside of the South and yet all are a part of me as an American just the same.

      We are a great nation because we are whole … and yet, do we agree with the Civil War's rebalancing of federal/state power? Do we agree with the absolute, forever binding power and loss of independence interprestation of the agreement to enter the Union by the former colonies and Texas?

      What does this mean? That many Southerns agree with the principle of secession but are greatful we are a united nation & love our entire country and our entire history (all of the states's stories that meld into our country's story), vehemently are repulsed by slavery, think it was foolish to go to war against the northern states while we understand it was not a "civil" war but a war between to groups of states and think … Know, it was idiotic short sightedness as well as moreally & ethically weak, not to plan for and agree to an orderly abolishment of slavery even without the threat of war.

      OK – rambled long enough. I am obviously on bed rest today and haven't been for some time. Time on my hands in which I am not being productive.

      Yes, Lincoln was complex … as are Southerners … as is our US history … as are people in general. And yes, the question of a post slavery, mixed race America is complex and is not yet settled.

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    1. GA/FL
      Thank you so much for putting these last messages from Charlie Daniels on the Q Tree.
      May he rest in peace and the Almighty God send comfort to his family and fans.

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  2. Today the press gave Miss Kayleigh a hard time about the President’s tweet re: that NASCAR had made a mistake about the (Confederate) flag and that Bubba Wallace needed to apologize.

    I felt it was time to take a strong position about this and wrote another letter. I hope he isn’t tired of hearing from me, since I’ve written about 5-6 letters since he took office. Most of the time just to thank him for all he has done.
    Dear Mr. President,

    Today the press focused on your tweet re: Confederate flag and Bubba Wallace’s need to apologize.

    They did not ask one question about the high murder rate or the deaths of young children in Democrat cities.

    Please emphasize
    – That the Confederate flag and monuments are historical artifacts that have historical, legal, political, ethical and moral lessons to teach us.
    – That SLAVERY is not an evil of the past, but that there is slavery in Islamic, Asian and African countries – and in the USA – today.
    – That human trafficking, child-adult prostitution-p0rnography, drug trafficking and drug addiction are slavery.
    – That these forms of slavery have no place in a country that strives for everyone to be free.
    – That we cannot change the slavery that took place 155 years ago – but we can work together to eliminate all forms of slavery from our country today.

    Thank you for all you do for all of us!

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    1. Dixie Is As Dixie Does

      Way down South, once called the land of cotton,
      Where the old times were never forgotten,
      You’ll find good folk, just as plain as can be
      With heartfelt thoughts for dear ol’ Dixie.

      The South’s battle flag, some like to fly,
      A symbol for Dixie, that many stand by:
      Red dirt, magnolias, hospitality,
      Gracious people, home and family.

      You may see that flag fly anywhere,
      On a business sign or the clothes they wear,
      Flying from the back of a 4 by 4,
      Or on a rescue boat in Bridge Harbor.

      There’s no dark meaning in that star crossed banner;
      Give it respect and show it some manners.
      It pulls people back when they start to roam;
      It stands for the South, it stands for home.

      They’re proud of their upbringing and their name,
      And if you think about it, we’re the same.
      They have strong roots that act as a tether
      With God, flag and country, all hold together.

      Dixie folk wear work boots, not mommy jeans,
      But old dungarees that never seem clean.
      Most work their jobs hard, with effort and sweat,
      And finer people I’ve never met yet.

      When you have troubles, they’re the neighbors you need,
      Ready with helping hands and other good deeds.
      When you have a need, there’s nothing you’ll lack;
      They’ll even give you the shirt off their backs.

      In the Houston floods, peering over their prows,
      Strangers helped others to exist, somehow.
      Strangers sought strangers, imperiled, alone,
      Perched high on their roofs, on top of their homes.

      From afar, the Cajun Navy had appeared,
      Brothers from Dixie with help drew near
      Towing dories and punts and flat bottomed boats,
      Air boats and Jon boats; anything that floats.

      When the flood left and the waters receded,
      These heroes returned from the call they heeded,
      To red dirt, magnolias, home and family;
      Back to their homes in the heart of ol’ Dixie.

      In these days of Antifa and BLM,
      We’ll watch ol’ Dixie pull together again
      To show the world how to do what’s right,
      Not for man’s praise, but seen in God’s sight.

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      1. Remember how the people of Charleston, black and white, prayed together rather than rioting after that terrible church shooting by the mentally ill Dylan Root?

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      1. Our Big Guy has got to put it to rest – set down the word – firmly and with finality. He and his wise men/women will probably come up with a better, clearer, more concise way to say it. But they can’t put it off. IMHO.

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      1. Evidently she has a history of behavior like this…a snowflake…just like the Harvard grad female that just lied about losing her dream job (that wasn’t a job, after all) because she was “joking” about stabbing people. This is what our universities are churning out.
        Anyone see the questions Jesse Watters asked young adults about the most basic American history ( when was the Declaration signed…who did we declare independence from, etc) and the ignorance was appalling.
        If I were a parent paying huge sums to send a child to college and they were so uninformed, I’d yank that child out so fast they wouldn’t know what happened. Then, I’d start charging them rent to live at home unless they enrolled in a tech school. Or go into the military. It’s called being a responsible parent, in my eyes.

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    Piers Morgan announces final show as he takes a break from Good Morning Britain
    3:27 PM · Jul 6, 2020

    Photo in tweet:

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      1. I never liked that he was happily bragging about getting to talk to Trump but then when he wrote the story it was so anti. Like little slaps at POTUS ever other sentence.
        Those that yell the loudest.

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    1. A few months ago, Piers Morgan said he was going to leave the show within the next year when his contract with Good Morning Britain (GMB) expires.

      Admittedly, it’s a tough gig. You have to get up in the middle of the night to ready yourself to go in to work, even if you get chauffeured in to London. A lot of presenters have had problems with doing breakfast shows. I’ve read numerous news stories over the past few decades.

      If that report is true (the Express isn’t always 100% reliable but worthwhile reading, nonetheless), Piers’s anti-government rants since March have PO-ed the average GMB viewer, who, now, sadly, is moving towards the BBC’s even more execrable breakfast show.

      BUT, it seems that his co-presenter is also leaving for a summer break.

      EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY, both could be back in September.

      It’s just summer holiday.

      Maybe. Well, there was nothing wrong with Susanna Reid, his co-presenter:

      Piers’s rants have been going for over two months and his tweets are relentless. He tweets many times more than PDJT.

      This has been the Piers narrative since the middle of March: ‘Why aren’t we having a lockdown? … Why aren’t we testing? … What is the government doing? … Why are construction workers working? … Why are children in school? … Why aren’t children in school?’ … etc. His complaints are endless. I stopped reading his tweets two months ago, so I don’t know the latest.

      For those who are curious, check out:


      I don’t watch GMB, but I would still recommend it over the BBC’s pile of ….

      Anyway, Britain’s premier political blogger Guido Fawkes has been tracking GMB’s ratings for some time. This was the latest as of July 3:

      Here’s Guido’s article from July 2:

      ‘The television industry’s official BARB figures are out for June and Piers Morgan is not boasting about them, so you can guess how they went. Relative to his rivals at BBC Breakfast it was a bad month, the importance of the relative figure is that Piers would otherwise try and blame the poor showing on poor news flow, lockdown fatigue or some other misdirection. The gap between the viewing figures for Good Morning Britain and BBC Breakfast was some 406,000 at the beginning of June, by the end of the month the gap widened by over 50% to 666,000. Who will Piers blame for the terrible performance? It turns out that his ranting and berating has not only led to a boycott by guests, it has led to an exodus of viewers…’

      Guido hasn’t tweeted today about Piers taking a leave of absence, BTW, so I’m not 100% sure about the Express story, but we’ll see …

      It probably is only Summer Holiday.

      That said, file under ‘Developing’.

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    Play the “Up, Up with People” to RALLY Americans with one another!
    [Start Saturday in New Hampshire]

    (Verse 1)
    It happened just this morning, I was walking down the street
    The milkman and the postman and policeman I did meet
    There in ev’ry window and ev’ry single door
    I recognized people I’d never noticed before

    Up! Up with people!
    You meet ‘em wherever you go
    Up! Up with people!
    They’re the best kind of folks we know
    If more people were for people
    All people ev’rywhere
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care

    (Verse 2)
    People from the south-land and people from the north
    Like a mighty army, I saw them coming forth
    ‘Twas a great reunion, befitting of a king!
    Then I realized people are more important than things

    Up! Up with people!
    You meet ‘em wherever you go
    Up! Up with people!
    They’re the best kind of folks we know
    If more people were for people
    All people ev’rywhere
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care

    (Verse 3)
    Inside everybody there’s some bad and there’s some good
    But don’t let anybody start attacking people-hood
    Love them as they are, but fight for them to be
    Great men and great women as God meant them to be

    Up! Up with people!
    You meet ‘em wherever you go
    Up! Up with people!
    They’re the best kind of folks we know
    If more people were for people
    All people ev’rywhere
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care

    Up! Up with people!
    You meet ‘em wherever you go
    Up! Up with people!
    They’re the best kind of folks we know
    If more people were for people
    All people ev’rywhere
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people who care
    There’d be a lot less people to worry about
    And a lot more people
    A lot more people
    A lot more people who care
    People everywhere!

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    1. “It happened just this morning, I was walking down the street
      The milkman and the postman and policeman I did meet
      There in ev’ry window and ev’ry single door
      I recognized people I’d never noticed before”
      … Emerging from the Great Shutdown!

      “There’d be a lot less people to worry about
      And a lot more people who care”
      … ALL Lives Matter!

      “ Like a mighty army, I saw them coming forth
      ‘Twas a great reunion, befitting of a king!”
      … Greatest President in History.

      🤔 “Great men and great women”
      … National Garden of Great Americans.

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    1. Thank goodness! This strengthens the position that the Electoral College is legitimate (in other words, upholds the Constitution).

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      1. And Kagan wrote the decision. Essentially, what the states do is up to them.

        What worries me with that, though, is all the states that passed laws that say the electoral college votes go to the popular vote winner. I wonder how that holds up against this.

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        1. I don’t think this even addresses the issue.

          States can punish electors for not following the state’s rules, according to this. But there seems to be no word on what those rules must be. (I haven’t read it, but surely someone would have said something if it does speak to that issue.)

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      2. I can’t quite figure out what you mean by that. OF COURSE the EC is legitimate and upholds the Constitution, it’s actually IN the Constitution.

        This really doesn’t have anything to do with that movement to pick electors some other way however. it just means the electors can’t change their minds without being penalized.

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        1. I only mean one rather superficial point: that the Left has been attacking the EC (and the Constitution) in various ways, and now SCOTUS has upheld it in one way. I realize this doesn’t solve the problem of other things states might try. But at least rogue electors can be held accountable. I hope that is a deterrent.

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    1. Was there…so many rural villages all along the banks (as well as so much of China’s agriculture produce) …unspeakable disaster if it bursts. The people wouldn’t have a prayer of escaping.

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      1. Don’t forget, one was stone the other cement. But, truthfully, I’m mildly surprised they would build the dam with inferior cement, etc. They might export inferior product but this is a massive testament to Chinese engineering, and if anything I would assume it was carefully planned, built and inspected beyond normal standards.

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    2. Reminder that Wuhan is down the river from this. There are wild theories on 4chan that they’re going to flood out Wuhan to destroy evidence.

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      1. That would be like using a hand grenade to kill a fly that’s sitting on the middle of the dining room table during supper. You get the fly but the collateral damage is considerable.

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  5. OMG these people are idiots:

    WaPo asks Top Medical Elites If They Would Let Their Kids Go to BLM Protests — They All Say Yes Except Fauci Who Deflected the Question

    Q: What would you tell your kids or grandkids who wanted to join a protest march or go to a political rally?

    Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: My daughters feel very strongly about social injustice, but would not likely want to do that. They are very careful with their health. They stay away from crowds.

    Elizabeth Connick, chief of the infectious diseases division and professor of medicine and immunobiology at the University of Arizona : I’d be so proud of him. I would tell him to wear a mask. He’s young and doesn’t have any health conditions. Nothing is risk free. If that’s what he wanted to do, I’d ask him to wear a mask.

    Paul A. Volberding, professor of medicine and emeritus professor of epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California at San Francisco: We are a pretty political family, and believe in these protests. But I haven’t been to a rally. I’m old enough that it’s probably more serious for me. They are young enough that it’s probably less serious for them. But I would tell them to stay to the side and wear masks all the time, and that being in the mosh pit of a crowd is a pretty bad idea.

    Linda Bell, South Carolina’s state epidemiologist : I would advise them that the risk for exposure is high, and that they should wear a mask at all times, and make every attempt to distance themselves from people without masks.

    Barry Bloom, Jacobson research professor and former dean of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: : The answer would be yes, but wear a mask and try to stay [six to eight] feet away from everybody. I wouldn’t do it because I am at high risk.

    David Satcher – former US Surgeon General: I was quite active in the civil rights movement when I was a student at Morehouse. I went to jail at least five times. What bothers me about today’s protests is that they aren’t as organized as we were. You don’t know who you are marching with. You don’t want to find out when you get there that someone is going to throw a rock or start a fire.

    I am now side eyeing the former US Surgeon General FYI.

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    4 hours ago
    “Prince Harry and Meghan say countries including the UK must right the wrongs of colonialism”

    So apparently Harry and Meghan Windsor (Prince Harry, now an emasculated new version of the Duke of Windsor [Edward VIII as was, who abdicated the Throne to marry Wallis Simpson) just made speeches to the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, listing all sorts of references to “righting past wrongs”, to acknowledge the past even if that is “uncomfortable” to do, Harry Windsor’s confession of “unconscious bias”, and other assorted noises. Of course Meghan Markle chimed in with her mantras about people “being on a equal footing”, etc.

    “BOTH ROYALS praised the BLACK LIVES MATTER demonstrations during the conversation, with HARRY telling attendees: ‘For the first time ever, thanks to the Black Lives Matter movement … this is the moment when people are starting to be listened to.” (emphases mine)

    Just wait until Harry and Meghan start making noises about how the British government should be making REPARATIONS to the descendants of “oppressed peoples” of the UK and the Commonwealth.
    And if they do that, it’s OK by me ONLY if I can make a claim for my Irish grandmother and her family, who somehow survived the POTATO FAMINE aggravated by the Whig government in England.

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    1. My ancestors started invading Ireland in about 800 A.D. I’m sure there was was sharing of DNA involved as my DNA, to my surprise, shows I’m 15% Irish. So, maybe I can get some of that potato famine money, too.

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    2. okay then…no more “Prince” Harry…here in America, you’re just Megan’s henpecked wimp of a man. And then there’s NO MORE MONARCHY–“we’re all on EQUAL footing…”
      so let’s start with you both…GET OUT OF YOUR IVORY TOWER & GET OFF YOUR HIGH HORSE…join the little people on the ground…
      then let’s get rid of your MANSION–no fancy digs for the majority of people here…stand in line for your tent, your bathroom schedule (when it’s your turn to poop in the streets), and a hot meal at the soup kitchen…here in America you start from the bottom and work your way up chum…

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    3. What Harry and Meghan don’t realize is that the Race Card™ is dead in the USA!

      So are the Reparations Card™ and the Systemic Racism Card™ and the BLM Card™

      The USA is NOT RACIST and we are *&^%$#@!!!! sick and tired of people telling us that we are!!!!

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      1. They can priss and preen around in Democrat cities, but next voting cycle, those will be fewer and farther between….and most might be burned down and the fancy hotels full of homeless in those cities.

        They really should have stayed in Merry Olde England.

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    4. It is worth pointing out that the Duke and Duchess of Windsor (Edward VIII as was, and Wallis Simpson, for whom he abdicated the Throne to marry in 1937), were BOTH of them NAZI sympathizers.
      Not surprising but sad, that this stain in the Royal DNA has apparently “transferred” to Harry Windsor with his overt sympathy with the BLM thugs.

      And not to be outdone by this latest idiocy, one can pre-order on Amazon the “Harry and Meghan Tell-All Book” coming out in August — relating their “awful experiences” in MEGXIT, apparently along with making sure large amounts of dirty laundry / opinions are aired about the Royal Family.

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        1. The retweet from Scavino just above the tweet picturing Fredrick Douglas is not there. Also looks to be running about 2hrs behind. Also Nick Adams retweet is not there that was several below the Fredrick Douglas tweet.

          Does Gab allow for retweets? I’m not seeing any thus far.

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    1. LG just got through his primary. He is safe for another 6 yrs. Dissappointed in SC on this – don’t they know the pattern by now?! Hard right for 2 yrs before election & as soon as “safe” back to normal GOPe Uniparty RINO. No loyalty

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      1. South Carolina GOP is GOP-e – the PEOPLE in SC support Trump…

        Ms Lindsey was primaried by multiple candidates… fewer than six years ago, but enough to allow him to win. And Ms Lindsey brings a lot of OUTSIDE (South Carolina) money in campaign funds

        Too many people forget that POTUS ran on the Republican ticket… not to be conflated with BEING Republican. And too many people continue to believe that most Trump supporters are Republicans…

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    2. “If you believe this, I have a few bridges you may be interested in purchasing.”

      David Shuster – managing editor for i24NEWS, previously serving as an anchor for MSNBC and worked for Fox News, CNN, Current TV, and Al Jazeera America.

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  7. So Brian Kemp is calling up the National Guard and isnt it totally convenient that the grossly incompetent mayor Bottoms all of a sudden has Covid?
    Way too obvious shes hiding and wants to play the victim.
    After the black power march and ATL being nothing but a dumpster fire, this is long overdue.

    Gov. Brian Kemp will deploy as many as 1,000 Georgia National Guard troops to protect state buildings in Atlanta on Monday.

    Kemp to deploy 1,000 National Guard troops after violent weekend


    Updated 9 minutes ago

    By Greg Bluestein, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Gov. Brian Kemp will deploy as many as 1,000 Georgia National Guard troops to protect state buildings in Atlanta on Monday following a burst of violence across the city that left four dead, including an 8-year-old girl, and saw the ransacking of the headquarters of the Georgia State Patrol.

    Kemp, a Republican, issued the emergency order after threatening late Sunday to “take action” to curb the unrest in Atlanta if Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms failed to do so, a move that highlighted the complicated, and increasingly tense, relationship between two of the state’s most prominent politicians.–regional-govt–politics/kemp-deploy-000-national-guard-troops-after-violent-weekend/nuGXOOMNsj0zkkoO9GLNPL/

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    1. “They’re attacking our energy industry again:”


      Have we EVER attacked them, yet?

      I can’t think of a recorded instance.

      We are attacked and therefore toughened constantly, from birth to death, but these sissies have never even been hit.

      If DJT ever gets around to dropping the hammer on these fairies, they’re gonna cry like school girls.

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      1. Like big tough Jeffey and Ghizzy… they just cry, and cry, and cry…

        Ghizzy really has no composure at all for someone of her breeding. Isn’t she supposed to be ‘elite’ or something?

        Ghislaine Maxwell Was ‘Screaming’ & ‘Crying’ in Court, Virginia Roberts Reveals

        Giuffre says she heard “a very loud British woman screaming, ‘Why is this happening? How is this happening? How could this happen?’”

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        1. Assuming that account is true, Ms. Maxwell apparently just realized that a whole lot if OTHER “stuff” is going to be happening. To her.

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        2. I don’t believe a single word this attention whore says. She’s gold-digging and everybody is trying to pretend it ain’t happening.

          Here’s a legal point to remember – the deadman statute prevents ANY mention of conversations or utterances by people who are no longer with us.

          Maxwell has an immunity agreement. Chew on that for awhile.

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          1. “I don’t believe a single word this attention whore says.”


            We don’t have to, only the jury does 👍


            “She’s gold-digging and everybody is trying to pretend it ain’t happening.”


            I’m not, it doesn’t matter to me whether she’s gold-digging. This is a war, and Ghislane was one of their highly skilled pieces. And now she’s caught.


            “Here’s a legal point to remember – the deadman statute prevents ANY mention of conversations or utterances by people who are no longer with us.”


            Don’t need ’em, the FBI raided Pedo Island for any remnants of evidence left over, but I’m sure they already had millions of gigabytes of evidence against Jeff & Ghizzy years ago.

            What was always lacking was the will to prosecute them, because they were protected the criminals in government.

            They’re not protected now.


            “Maxwell has an immunity agreement.”


            With whom?

            If you mean the Florida prosecutors (Alex Acosta?) who gave Jeff a sweetheart deal in 2007, the NY and/or federal prosecutors are claiming they’re not bound by any such agreement, and being that they’re all lawyers, they’ll just argue it until time ends anyway.

            In the meantime, Ghizzy has committed so many crimes since 2007 that there is not enough paper to catalogue them all.

            Put a fork in her, she’s DONE 👍


            “Chew on that for awhile.”


            Hmmm… less filling, but tastes great 😂

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            1. Deadman statute only applies in civil cases, apparently, and then only under certain circumstances.

              From Wikipedia:

              A dead man’s statute, also known as a dead man act or dead man’s rule, is a statute designed to prevent perjury in a civil case by prohibiting a witness who is an interested party from testifying about communications or transactions with a deceased person (a “decedent”) against the decedent unless there is a waiver.

              This prohibition applies only against a witness who has an interest in the outcome of the case and applies only where that witness is testifying for his own interests and against the interests of the decedent. Furthermore, the restriction only exists in civil cases, never in criminal cases.

              The restriction can be waived. A waiver can occur in a number of ways:

              The decedent’s representative fails to object to the testimony;
              The decedent’s own representative testifies to the communication;
              The decedent’s testimony is brought before the jury in the form of a deposition or in another form.

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          2. I don’t believe a single word this attention whore says. She’s gold-digging and everybody is trying to pretend it ain’t happening.

            ^^^ Huh? WTF? Have no reason to doubt this gal was recruited and pimped out, as a child. FORCED into many horrible situations.

            When proven in a court, I do hope she pulls in millions. NOTHING can undo the crimes committed against this gal.

            100% good with her “gold digging” if one wants to label it as such.

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      2. We should have recordings of these horrible people begging and sobbing, it would be like ‘comfort music’.

        When your child wakes up in the middle of the night with nightmares, you could play it, and comfort your child, saying “this is what monsters really sound like, when they’re caught. They’re not powerful, they’re just evil, and when they’re caught, they’re pathetic and weak.”

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          1. Maywell’s House: Good ’til The Last Drop???

            Maxwell’s hammered silver?

            I just hope and pray the case doesn’t get bungled by the flaming leftard lez who was assigned to it, ostensibly by the DOJ (!!!!!) …

            Bring down the PizzaGate-ers, and many, MANY familiar names will be headed off to punishment. Could be a huge issue for the various governments, both domestic and foreign…..

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  8. “Earlier today Harvard University announced all classes this year and next will be taught virtually. ”


    Just like their signalling 👍 😂

    And works well with Harvard’s Latin motto, “Viritualis ” 😂😂😂

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      1. “From what I can find, Harvard’s logo is “Veritas” (truth) not “Viritualis” (virtuous).”


        Well of course, that’s why ‘Viritualis’ was funny…

        It’s even funnier now 😂

        I had to look it up, I had no idea what the Latin word was for ‘Virtuous’, it turns out there were several to choose from, but ‘Viritualis’ was closest to ‘Veritas’, while maintaining a similarity to ‘virtue’, i.e., ‘virtue-signalling’, which itself was a play on the word ‘virtual’, i.e., classes will be taught virtually, not virtuously.

        There was a lot of word-play going on in that post 😁

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    1. And apparently the vaunted Harvard MEDICAL SCHOOL and DENTAL SCHOOL will ALSO have all first-year students in these schools using virtual learning for fall 2020. All upper class members will be allowed to have in-person classes and have “access” to the labs and clinical facilities.
      “Harvard Medical School first years will have all fall classes online”
      It is interesting to note that the Harvard announcement talks about the “possibility” of classes for these two schools to go back to in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester.

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      1. When those ‘classes’ become unacceptable to the licensing boards, Harvard will re-assume its slave status by saying “yessir, massa.”

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        1. Students who took virtual classes during this time will get a special diploma, like the best Caribbean correspondence schools, with two N’s in ‘University’:

          Harvard Unniversity


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          1. Harvard, and any other high-dollar college who is doing this…are shooting themselves in the foot.

            They are only giving credence to all the online colleges that already exist!

            And those online colleges are waaay cheaper!

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            1. Agreed!

              BTW, the line about two N’s in university is from an old House M.D. episode, it always cracked me up 😂

              I’ve never been able to find it, though.

              Tonight I had some success, I found the script, and the title / air date, but still no video.
              Mirror, Mirror (Originally Aired: Oct 30 2007, Season 4, Episode 5)

              HOUSE: Good. [House stands on a chair.] Uh, ladies and gentlemen, I have a regrettable announcement. Kitchen has just learned that our annual shipment of mayonnaise was improperly stored, so anybody who ate… well, the food, should head across the lobby to the clinic right away. Ask for Dr. Cuddy. [Everyone starts to leave.]

              FOREMAN: You’re not punishing Cuddy, you’re punishing every doctor in the building.

              HOUSE: It’s her building, her doctors. Still need one more.

              COLE: Well, we need to find out his history. Where he’s been, what he’s done.

              BRENNAN: Yeah he has no memory, but his bio’s tattooed to his rear?

              FOREMAN: [Gets up on the chair.] The mayo is fine. You can stay where you are. I’m a doctor.

              HOUSE: Mail order! I’ve seen the diplomas. Two N’s in university. [Everyone continues to leave.]



              I found it!

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              1. Heheh.
                Nice work, Scott!

                I’m a big fan of Hugh Laurie.
                He’s a great actor who should have been given a lot more work!

                Maybe he’s a conservative?
                That would explain it.

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    2. It’s all about 3 November.

      When classes resume late January or February 2021, it’ll be headline news…Covid threat evaporated.

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      1. “When classes resume late January or February 2021, it’ll be headline news…Covid threat evaporated.”


        Along with the entire academic and medical industrial complex that facilitated this hoax 👍

        Bye-bye, license to practice medicine 🙋‍♂️

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  9. The whole state is shutting down again.
    What are they going to use to start the next round of riots??

    NBC 7 San Diego (@nbcsandiego) Tweeted:
    WATCH: All indoor activities in San Diego must be shut down at restaurants, bars, wineries, tasting rooms, theaters, zoos, museums and family entertainment centers.

    The order begins at midnight tonight and lasts through, at least, the next 3 weeks.


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    1. So this is the new strategy then. Every couple days shut every county down until its all down again.
      Newsom recall is acsoecial election if enough signatures are gathered and if the state dimm approves to the petition.
      So 40 million people are held hostage, paying millions in taxes for closed services we are forced to pay for.

      KUSI News (@KUSINews) Tweeted:
      San Diego County is now on @GavinNewsom COVID-19 monitoring list. 5 other counties were also added.


      SMFH_N_San Diego (@SanDiegoCZ1) Tweeted:
      @KUSINews @GavinNewsom You can protest, but you can’t go to the beach. You can burn buildings in the name of bullshit, but you can’t go to church. You can order & smoke weed, but don’t you dare go outside w/out a mask. Oh & it’s too dangerous out there so you will vote by mail-in ballots come Nov


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    2. “The whole state is shutting down again.”


      I would do the same thing, if I was an evil monster like these people are.

      I would just keep doing it, I would just keep beating them down, until somebody finally hit me back.

      Because that’s what evil is, and that’s what evil does, until it is confronted.

      Then it runs for its life, because it knows the punishment it has coming 😁

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      1. I’m surprised they haven’t made the Jolly-Covid their State flag.

        It’s black and white, like a Jolly Roger pirate flag, except instead of a skull over crossed bones, it’s a China virus spore 😂

        Here’s one:

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      2. Theyve spread them around enough that that trick isnt needed, but the clamp is just twisting harder bc his “strike stazi” is the new tool.
        Every sherriff should immediately arrest these strike teams. Another thing theyre doing without authority. Esp using chp .

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        1. “Another thing theyre doing without authority. Esp using chp .”


          If I was a conservative reporter in California, I would immediately take the ‘mocking’ angle, because humor completely destroys the narrative.

          You can’t laugh and be afraid at the same time 😁

          So, if they’re using the California Highway Patrol, who are the most obvious people to interview in the whole wide world?


          Larry Wilcox and Erik Estrada, of course 😂

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    3. Silly, because their hospitalizations are coming from South of the Border. Multiple stories on this here.

      Mentioned this before as the people coming in are either Ex Pats, Duel Citizens or Migrant Workers all of whom we should have little problem accommodating and should just acknowledge that it is happening rather than let Newsom and other border politicians like the Mayor of San Antonio take advantage of this claiming we are having a surge and going backwards. Also these patients are coming in, not needing much in the way of hospitalization and don’t stay long being which keeps with the fact that the virus has weakened.

      Part of the problem in why we don’t acknowledge this I suspect is that first, people won’t want to hear about infected persons coming in from Mexico. However if they have citizen ship or pass card from being a migrant worker) it should not be a problem, (adds migrant workers under the assumption they caught it here, thus can be treated here though I wouldn’t rule out and would suspect) some organized plot to get more infected here to boost our numbers.). Second I’d suspect information on this is anecdotal and we have no system in place to pick it up. Much like local law enforcement won’t ask for citizenship status in arrest cases. Plus the local health care industry is dominated by political hacks who aren’t likely to play ball about the real source of new infections wanting it to appear that it is driven by opening up the economy.

      Either way we seem to be able to absorb these but for the media making it a constant story and not telling us the source of these new hospitalizations that are driving the numbers up.

      The whole China Virus mess is big and bulky having many aspects and does not lend well to simple explanations though they are right there under the surface for each item and the media takes full advantage of this against a population that is overly passive in receiving news.

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  10. Southern Baptist Convention President JD Greear promoting woke legalism

    In general there are three macro pathways to heresy. The first is that you add to Scripture. This is legalism. The second is to take away from Scripture. This is where beliefs like antinomianism come from. The third macro way is to “read into” Scripture. And by read into, I am referring to things that aren’t there. This is gnosticism. The Social Justice Gospel is a damnable gospel that deviates in all three of these categories. In a recent post published on JD Greear’s website we see the legalism of this woke heresy’s call for racial reconciliation. Janetta Oni is the communications director for Summit Church, JD Greear’s North Carolina megachurch and the author of “Racial Reconciliation and the Church: Same Song, New Response.”

    +LIFELOG x3

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  11. “The Gospel Coalition” and the ERLC are no longer hiding their alliance with Sam Allberry, who is now directly working with REVOICE Preston Sprinkle.



    Rev Thomas Littleton 7/5/2020


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      1. 2 Thessalonians 2
        1 Now, brethren, concerning the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and our gathering together to Him, we ask you, 2 not to be soon shaken in mind or troubled, either by spirit or by word or by letter, as if from us, as though the day of Christ had come. 3 Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition, 4 who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.

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  12. Well, I hit that sewer called twitter and lo and behold my account was wiped clean, zilch, as if I was just signing up.
    Had to reopen a new account and start over…DAMN THEM!
    The only reason I signed up up was to follow President Donald J. Trump!
    I’m DONE with that disgusting cesspool

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        1. Not sure if you missed the conversation above. President is on Gab now, though he can’t bring us his retweets and there seems to be some lag in posting. Regardless it should let you take much of your angst in stride and better, there’s a clean conversation below his tweets. For now anyways 🙂

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    1. We’re getting this in the UK, too, including from the Archbishop of Canterbury, no less.

      No problem with that … BUT, as we can see from the Archbishop’s tweet, Jesus has been depicted around the world in the guise of all races.

      So what?

      I was taught as a child that Jesus’s colour in an illustration or a stained glass window didn’t matter. He’s still our Saviour, no matter where we are from. He loves us all.

      Michael, just to clarify, my complaint is with him, not you.

      May the good Lord continue to bless you and your family.

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      1. Thanks Churchmouse! So much of what you write and share is a blessing.

        I hope you don’t mind, I stole your wording for a RT 😉

        ~ ~ ~

        We can see from the images in the Archbishop’s tweet, Jesus has been depicted around the world in the guise of all races.

        That he was depicted as white is not a sin. But voices that demand a decolonization of Christ will crucify him anew.

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  13. MassResistance overwhelms Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles suburb

    BLM had taken over City Hall plaza to protest and announce list of demands to city

    When MassResistance came with equal numbers to counter-protest, they didn’t know what hit them!

    (Video below!)

    July 6, 2020

    Black Lives Matter has been terrorizing cities across America with their menacing “protests” (many of which have become violent), their irrational political demands, and their intimidation of public officials. They call for de-funding or drastically weakening the local police force, changing the names of local landmarks, removing statues, and various radical changes to local government.

    Conservative groups often respond simply by holding separate “pro-police” rallies, which have little effect. But our side never comes in equal numbers to directly confront the Black Lives Matter goons and radicals. Now, MassResistance is changing that.

    Video: *

    +twatter RT

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    Morpheus 78
    Cocaine Bill and his drug trafficking work for President Bush is coming out to the light. I exposed this Operation Studebaker CIA plot from Arkansas in my new show BTM, Episode 2, “The Fourth Reich.”
    Mena Uncovered: Judicial Watch Discloses Secret CIA Report – Judicial Watch
    Judicial Watch recently obtained new documents related to mysterious Mena Airfield in Arkansas. They shed more light on what happened at Mena and what then-Governor Bill Clinton knew about it….
    8:34 PM · Jul 6, 2020

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    1. FTA:

      Judicial Watch recently obtained new documents related to mysterious Mena Airfield in Arkansas. They shed more light on what happened at Mena and what then-Governor Bill Clinton knew about it.

      Strange events unfolded at Mena, a small city in remote western Arkansas, in the 1980s. When Bill Clinton became president, Mena got a closer look. Evidence emerged suggesting that the CIA was operating in the area in the early 1980s; that a major cocaine and gun smuggler was based at the airfield; and that the U.S. military was somehow involved. Conspiracy theories sprouted. The Clinton Administration batted away concerns about Mena as the rantings of its right-wing enemies.

      At a 1994 news conference, in his only statement about Mena, President Clinton dodged a question about what he knew when he was governor. Federal authorities “didn’t tell me anything about it,” he said, noting that the events “were primarily a matter for federal jurisdiction.” He added, “we had nothing—zero—to do with it.”

      In 1996, the House Banking Committee asked the CIA to report on its involvement at Mena and whether it had any connection to money laundering, narcotics trafficking, or arms smuggling in the area. The CIA report was given a “Secret” classification and not released to the public. In a brief public statement, the CIA said it had no connection to illegal activities in the region, but it did participate in a classified “joint training operation with another federal agency” and conducted at Mena Airfield “routine aviation-related services on equipment owned by the CIA.”

      And that’s where the official government response ended.

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  15. The White House
    “We will raise the next generation of American Patriots. We will write the next thrilling chapter of the American Adventure. And we will teach our children to know that they live in a land of legends, that nothing can stop them, and that no one can hold them down.”

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  16. In almost every media report about Epstein and Maxwell, they go out of their way to tie Donald Trump to them. leans left, but that’s my point.
    View at

    At the end of the article, there is a link to this:
    “MORE: ‘Lady Ghislaine’ & President Donald Trump: An Inside Look At Ghislaine Maxwell’s Friendship With The President — How It Began In 1989, Included A $30 Million Mega Yacht And Tied ‘The Donald’ To Arms Dealer Adnan Khashoggi And Murdered Spy Robert Maxwell”

    I did not click on it. The only reason I clicked on the original article was that it was linked at Citizen Free Press and I want to know what’s going on with Maxwell.

    I would not put anything past the Left in their efforts to try to take down Pres. Trump. I hope those in charge of the case have enough integrity to not allow Maxwell a deal for lying about him. Q says “we have it all” and “no deals,” but I can see her being given a lesser sentence if she talks. (I’m not sure what Q’s definition of a deal is.) Anyway, I think it bears watching because of the Left’s mission to destroy the president.

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    1. Ugh calling her Lady Ghislaine. Ugh. That’s no lady.

      Also see the other big anti trump pust ‘Mary Trump Book’s Publication Moved Up To July 14 because of high demand’.
      Funny she hates trump yet still uses the trump last name….

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        1. I guess non disclosure agreements mean nothing at all anymore.

          I wish that book could be stopped.—– if it had been they would have gotten it out there asap. It feed those anti trump idiots.
          I do hope this hits back hard and she’s sued big time.

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  17. I see fake news is pushing the ‘Fox News ‘mistakenly’ crops Trump out of photo with Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein’….

    They keep trying to link Trump to Epstein… of course they are.

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    1. They won’t report the facts that are obvious to anyone paying attention: Donald Trump knew Epstein and attended several functions with him. I know that both Trump and Epstein were, on the surface, “men of the world” who liked the ladies. But that’s where it stops. I have no doubt that Trump didn’t know what Epstein was doing with underage girls. There have been no allegations against Trump by any of them. His name is not on the flight manifests to the island. No one reports having seen Trump hobnobbing with Epstein at any of the suspect venues. There is no painting of Trump in a blue dress hanging on Epstein’s wall ‼️ There are a few pics of Trump and Epstein, but no pics of Trump and the underage girls. Funny how the media doesn’t question all the evidence pointing to Clinton.

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      1. I think I read that PDJT threw Epstein out of Mar A Lago one time.
        And then banned him from ever being there again.

        This was years ago…long before PDJT running for President.

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  18. Churchmouse shares a June 24th sermon by John MacArthur titled ‘Act Like Men’, including an unusually lengthy discussion of his message, speaking to the heart of the economic, family, and policy matters that are stoking the rise of race issues in the United States.

    “In short, manliness does not involve belonging to a street gang.”

    +LIFELOG x2

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  19. Heartbreaking. Saw this video. Had to close my eyes awhile, go for a walk…

    CanNOT believe what is going on in D-Rat cities. Well, I can believe it. It IS as if D-Rats are condoning these senseless murders.

    It IS nearly all black on black. UFB. Black Lives Matters was always a farcical concept, as they objected to any other lives, “matter”. Fundamentally racist to the core.

    NY. Dad holding his six year old daughters hand as they cross the street. Dad IS MURDERED.

    Cuomo, DeBlasio, Bottoms, bug eyes in Chicago…need to be publicly thrashed until they act on this senseless violence. Which they seemingly condone through lack of action.

    Hope President trump TW this video, blasting Cuomo, DeBlasio…

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    1. They are accusing others of what they did themselves.

      Isn’t an Alinsky tactic?
      I think it is.

      Where is *their* proof?
      Instead of us having to prove that they are lying…where is their proof that what they’re saying is true?

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    2. If they claim something, the onus is on THEM to prove it; not on us to DISPROVE it.

      The left have turned logic, behavior, honesty, law, and justice upside-down.

      Make THEM prove it, or they can just put a proverbial sock in it…

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  20. my peeps… asleep!!! America..Will ALWAYS STAND!!!!

    We have challenge Friends!!! We have lost 3 Patriots—PHC, Weeper and Charlie Daniels! REGISTER 3 new Patriots!!!

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  21. Roger Stone has been ordered to report to prison on July 14th. It’s a prison where there are WuFlu cases and people have been released because of that. Stone’s wife has written to Pres. Trump, asking for a pardon. I don’t know that ramifications of that and am wondering iif there is a possibility Pres. Trump would pardon him before he reports to prison. Would it be a bad move before the election? Should that enter into the decision?

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    1. My bet… TT.. POTUS will pardon him!!! Also MY BET (i kinda suck at this) Shit hits the fan.. Before 7/14/2020!!!! ( But who am I)!!!!

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      1. ^^^ Like 😉

        Shit really needs to hit the fan…like indictments against all the conspirators against President Trump and his supporters.

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        1. 💩💩💩💩💩💩Kalbo!!! Agree!!! …marica… tired…SMDH!!! Fighting on all freaking fronts!!! Erbody.. wants me to .. be there!! I get it!!!
          Our God…Is an awesome GOD!!!

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    2. “Would it be a bad move before the election?”

      Politically…it would be bad either way.

      The enemedia will try to make the most of it, if he pardons or doesn’t pardon.
      But probably moreso…if he does pardon.

      It would play well with his base, though…us diehard Trump supporters would give it a thumbs up if he pardoned poor ole Roger Stone.
      So I’m hoping that he does.

      Roger Stone’s persecution was a part of the Mueller Witch Hunt…which was done over a HOAX.
      So the conviction should be vacated on that basis!

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