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I hold Sidney Powell in the highest regard.

One of the brightest political minds there are. 

 

Trump would do well to listen to her. Hell he should have her by his side through this and his next term. 

 

She pulls no punches and takes no prisoners. Too much is at stake. 

 

I'd lay down my life to help facilitate this. 

 

 

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THE ULTIMATE BETRAYAL – The Truth About The Invasion of America

  • by Sidney Powell 
  • April 8, 2019 
  • in Media, Writing

Let me be clear. I fully support President Trump. Without him, we would not have a country now, and no one else could have survived the pure crap thrown at him the last two years—much less achieve the historic accomplishments he has racked up. That said, we are at a breaking point.

 

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Countless people have asked me why our President—who promised national security above all else—is not fulfilling that all-important promise, and the answer is not as simple as a new Homeland Security Secretary. Here’s what I know, and I cannot sound the alarm loudly enough.

Congress, Speaker Pelosi, the Democrats, Mitch McConnell, and the RINOs passed a bill that completely sold out American citizens and hardworking taxpayers—all middle and lower-income America—and crammed it down the President’s throat. An inner circle of people in the White House do not share the MAGA agenda and either mislead the President or flat-out lied to him about it all. And, the National Emergency Declaration won’t fix it.

 

The bill they crammed through aids and abets the Mexican criminal cartels, boosting their billion-dollar-business by multi-millions of dollars a month. It’s a neon sign inviting human-traffickers and other criminals to grab children and pour into the United States. It is worse than amnesty.

 

That is why tens of thousands more people with children are pouring into this country every day—and being released immediately. Not only did the bill cut the number of beds for detention, it provides—unbelievably—that if the invaders qualify in the broad language below—and tens of thousands do, they can NOT BE DETAINED OR DEPORTED. Section 224(a)provides that “None of the funds provided by this Act or any other Act . . . may be used by the Secretary of Homeland Security to place in detention, remove, refer for a decision whether to initiate removal proceedings, or initiate removal proceedings against a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor of an unaccompanied alien child . . .”

 

Others tried to warn us. This provision is unconscionable, insidious, and outright criminal. It should be challenged by the Department of Justice as contrary to the criminal laws and national security of the United States. This bill should never have been signed, but since it has been, there are few alternatives left to the President to save the United States of America.

 

One, as I have written previously, is for the President to issue an executive order to stop all immigration, with whatever exceptions he deems appropriate, in the national interest for 180 days and renew it as needed. It would not affect non-immigrant visas. The authority rests in 8 U.S.C. 1182f, and the Supreme Court affirmed it recently in Trump v. Hawaii. Other presidents have done it. If some deem this a “nuclear option,” so be it. We’re out of options.

 

At a minimum, the President should stop all immigration coming from all countries south of us including South America. This is done by simple executive order, and there is more than ample evidence it is imperative to our national interest. We are drowning.  Children are being abused and “recycled” by the thousands. Women are being raped, and all who make the perilous journey are at the mercy of the cartels.  Americans are beyond fed up.

 

Two, Border Patrol Agents can be retrained immediately to evaluate asylum claims—most of which are fraudulent. This is underway to start in two weeks. People currently handling asylum claims should be redeployed to work in the detention centers to gain experience in other aspects of the problem—like doctors have rotations.

 

Three, payments to all foreign countries pouring their people into ours, including Mexico, should stop immediately.

 

Four, declare the Mexican cartels terrorist organizations and have our military in a joint operation with Mexico clean out a two-mile swath on the Mexico side of the border and put the wall there before they get another dime of our money. Make them enforce it. This should include putting the wall on the Mexico side of our state and national parks along the border where the new legislation just prohibited construction of the wall—effectively rendering our parks a haven for the drug cartels and a danger to all American taxpayers who might want to enjoy them.

 

Five, withdraw from all UN or other refugee resettlement programs and stop funding any with taxpayer money. America is the most generous country on earth, as are its people. Those who want to give to those charities can and will, but it is an outrage to take taxpayer money to fund these organizations and others when our grandchildren’s lives are already mortgaged to pay our escalating national debt. We must put America first if we are to maintain a position of strength to be able to lead and help the world.

 

Six, put the burden on Mexico to stop trucks of drugs and people at ports of entry. If a truck gets through a port and we catch it, close that port immediately for two days for Mexico’s failure to catch it.

 

Seven, cancel any project to increase legal immigration. We already have at least 30 million people illegally here. The overwhelming number of Americans want less immigration—not more—although we continue to welcome legal immigrants who want to become Americans. There is so much to be done to correct the invasion of illegals, it will be a long time before any expansion of legal immigration should ever be considered—and only after Americans have been retrained to fill the jobs available. The “hi-tech” work visas so often touted by businesses are tools to abuse young foreign nationals and virtually enslave them under threat of deportation. That also pushes down wages for Americans.

 

Eight, require the Social Security Administration, IRS, HHS, and other agencies to work together to identify illegals and deport them. Prosecute identity theft. End any form of public assistance to people illegally in this country, and tax all remittances to Mexico at a rate of at least thirty percent. It’s absolutely ridiculous for American taxpayers to support people illegally here, while they send billions of dollars out of the country. Assistance should be for veterans and Americans who have earned it or need it.

 

Nine, send more military to the border to harden it and enforce it in every way and use old military bases to detain aliens instead of releasing them.

Ten, use the provision for military construction in 10 U.S.C. 284(b)(7) to build the wall in all high drug-traffic and smuggling areas along the border NOW.

“Build that wall!” was much more than a chant. It meant protecting the sovereignty and citizens of the United States for a change. It meant stopping the invasion of illegal aliens who are murdering, raping, assaulting, and robbing countless American citizens, clogging our hospitals, over-crowding our schools, draining our scarce resources and welfare systems, and overwhelming our Border Patrol, facilities, and personnel—while American veterans and children are homeless.

 

Mexico stopping a thousand people in a day is tokenism. As Laura Ingraham said Friday night, “the policy isn’t matching the rhetoric”—and that won’t work. Those of us out here in the middle of America see how outraged the President’s base is.  We are losing ground every day in more ways than one.  Telling Mexico and other countries we are full isn’t enough.  We did not elect a politician.  We elected a kick-ass man of action who did not kow-tow to political interests.

Protecting our national security was the primary reason most people voted for Donald Trump. It is the fundamental issue on which he must turn things around–dramatically–right now. He promised.

 

*Sidney Powell is a former Assistant United States Attorney, Appellate Section Chief, who served in the Department of Justice under nine United States Attorneys from both political parties. She has been lead counsel in more than 500 federal appeals, and she is the author of the national best-selling non-fiction book LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice—often called “Mueller’s playbook.”

 

 

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Just now, J said:

 

Let me be clear. I fully support President Trump. Without him, we would not have a country now

Stopped any serious consideration after this opening.

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36 mins ago, Gamakatsu said:

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Yet another crackpot.

Your ignorance is not only showing is highlighted in neon.

 

Sidney Powell

 
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Sidney PowellSidney Powell was a federal prosecutor in three districts under nine U.S. Attorneys from both political parties, then in private practice for more than 20 years. She is past-president of the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit and of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. A veteran of 500 federal appeals, she published LICENSED TO LIE: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice, the true inside story of the corrupted prosecutions of Ted Stevens, Arthur Andersen LLP, Merrill Lynch executives, and many others. In addition to practicing law, Ms. Powell is now Senior Policy Advisor on Justice Reform for America First and a Senior Fellow of the London Center for Policy Research.

The book LICENSED TO LIE focuses on abusive prosecutors—all of whom rose to very powerful positions in the government. The book’s most prominent villain now leads Robert Mueller’s task force investigating the 2106 presidential election. It has recently been discussed by former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich on Cavuto, Hannity, Fox & Friends, with Bill Hemmer, on MSNBC, and on NPR. The book was also featured by John Stossel in a segment of one of his shows on Washington Overlords.

United States Senator Orrin Hatch held the book up to Loretta Lynch during her senate confirmation hearing and told her to “clean up the Department of Justice.” Omega Advisors’ Lee Cooperman encouraged all his investors to read it. Fabled trial lawyer Brendan Sullivan said it’s better than any criminal law school course in schools today, and “it would be malpractice to litigate against the Department of Justice without reading it.”

An accomplished federal practitioner, Ms. Powell speaks frequently at colleges, universities, bar associations, and professional organizations. She has written news-breaking articles on prosecutorial and government misconduct for the New York Observer, the National Review Online, Fox News, Big League Politics, The Hill, Daily Caller, and others. Her articles have been featured frequently in the Drudge Report. She has spoken with Judge Alex Kozinski to a Harvard Law School class, and at the CATO Institute, filmed for C-SPAN Book TV; and, she has appeared on NewsMax TV, Hannity, Shannon Bream’s new show, Fox & Friends, Cavuto, and many stations—television and radio.

Ms. Powell is an elected member of the American Law Institute and past-president of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers. She has long been a member of the Board of Governors of the Fifth Circuit Bar Association for which she also served as President, as Editor of the Fifth Circuit Reporter, and as program director for the annual appellate practice conference for 20 years.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of North Carolina, where she also attended law school, Ms. Powell was the youngest Assistant United States Attorney in the country when she began with the United States Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Texas. She became its Appellate Section Chief; then began and chaired an Appellate Section for the Northern District of Texas. She also served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia where she obtained the conviction of a local attorney for bankruptcy fraud.

Ms. Powell has also written and taught extensively in the area of federal appellate practice, including for the Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute of the United States Department of Justice. Her most recent legal publication is the Chapter Evaluating an Appeal–Strategic Thinking Before and During The Appeal in the book Appellate Practice in Federal and State Courts (Law Journal Press, September 2014).

Articles for the Observer collected at observer
Law firm website FederalAppeals
Blog at Seeking-Justice
Book and media at LicensedtoLie
Twitter @SidneyPowell1
YouTube channel Sidney Powell’s Youtube

 

 

 

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Sidney Powell

– FOUNDER & PRESIDENT –

AREAS OF PRACTICE

White Collar Criminal Defense →
Commercial Litigation →
Patent, Trademark, Copyright, and Intellectual Property →
National Defense Contract and Technology →

 

EDUCATION

Juris Doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law (1978)

Bachelor of Arts and Laws from the University of North Carolina (1976)

 
LEAD COUNSEL IN MORE THAN 500 APPEALS
 
Sidney Powell, a former partner in a large regional firm, established her firm, dedicated to federal appellate practice, in 1993. She is now practicing in the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Federal Circuits, and the United States Supreme Court. Ms. Powell also consults in federal appeals and litigation involving complex class actions and selected “white-collar” defendants, including the $3 billion national class action against Fibreboard Corporation; real estate transactions, employment law, asbestos injuries, environmental issues, oil and gas matters, contract claims, patent, trademark, copyright, attorney sanctions, civil rights actions, and a wide variety of civil issues. She has also represented judges, lawyers, and a prominent Merril Lynch executive in the Enron litigation. Sidney Powell has served as lead counsel in more than 500 appeals in the Fifth Circuit, which have resulted in more than 180 published opinions. Ms. Powell is an elected member of the American Law Institute and a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers for which she served in 2001-2002 as President.  She is also a past president of the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit.

From 1978 through 1988, Sidney Powell served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western and Northern Districts of Texas and the Eastern District of Virginia, where she did criminal trial work, civil trial work, and was Appellate Section Chief for the Western and then the Northern District of Texas.  She represented the United States in approximately 350 of her 500 appeals.  In Western Texas, Ms. Powell was one of the prosecutors in the trial of Jimmy Chagra for continuing criminal enterprise violations. In the Eastern District at Virginia, she was successful in obtaining a conviction against a local attorney for bankruptcy fraud.

 

EDUCATION

1978: Juris Doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law; Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

  • Holderness Moot Court Bench
  • National Client Counseling Competition

1976: Bachelor of Arts and Laws from the University of North Carolina.

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Dean’s List
  • Student Handbook author

1973: Broughton High School; Raleigh, North Carolina.

  • National Honor Society
  • Outstanding Service Award
  • Good Citizen Award
  • Service Club
 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice (2014).

Federal Appellate Practice Guide: Fifth Circuit, Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company (Gabriel and Powell, 1994-99).

The Appellate Process: Preserving and Protecting the Record for Appeal, ALI/ABA The Appellate Process (1990).

Federal Appeals in the Fifth Circuit: Tips for the Texas Practitioner, 42 Baylor Law Review No. 1, p. 99 (1990).

Preparing and Presenting Oral Argument in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, 6 Fifth Circuit Reporter No. 4 (February 1989).

Federal Jurisdiction in Criminal Appeals — Appealable Orders in the Fifth Circuit, 19 Texas Tech Law Review No. 3 (1988).

Briefwriting for the Fifth Circuit, 4 Fifth Circuit Reporter No. 12, 705 (1987).

In addition to writing the book on Fifth Circuit practice, Ms. Powell has authored numerous articles explaining the nuances of Fifth Circuit practice, including: The Ins and Outs of Federal Court: A Practitioner’s Guide to Removal and Remand, co-authored with Deborah Pearce Reggio, 17 MISS. C.L. REV 227 (1997) – (citing); Revised Rule 11: Is it Safer?, 15 MISS. C.L. REV. 271 (1995) – (citing); Federal Appeals in the Fifth Circuit: Tips for the Texas Practitioner, 42 BAYLOR L. REV. 97 (1990).

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Texas State Bar

Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit

Licensed in the United States Supreme Court; the Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and the Federal Circuits; and, the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas

American Law Institute, elected in 1991

Fellow, American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, elected in 1993-2015

Dallas Bar Association

Supreme Court Historical Society

Professional Awards and Activities:

Editor, Fifth Circuit Reporter (West Publishing Co.), 1986-2006.

President of the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit, 1989-91.

President, American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, 2001-2002; Director 1996-98; Treasurer, 1999; President-Elect, 2000.

Board of Governors, Fifth Circuit Bar Association 1986-present.

Lawyers’ Advisory Committee for the Fifth Circuit, 1986-89.

Chair of the Appellate Law and Trial Practice Committee for the Federal Bar Association’s Federal Litigation Section, October 1993-95.

Vice-Chair, Federal Judiciary Relations Committee, Texas State Bar, 1994.

Federal Judiciary Liaison Committee for the Northern District of Texas, 1992-96.

American Bar Association Appellate Judges’ Conference Appellate Practice Committee, 1992, 1998.

Local Affairs Committee, Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce, 1991.

Legal Affairs Committee, Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce, 1991.

Chair, Federal Appellate Practice Committee, Appellate Litigation Section of the Texas Bar, 1988-89.

Associate Editor, The Appellate Advocate, Texas State Bar, 1988-1991.

Planning Committee, Texas Bar Advanced Criminal Law course, 1988-1989, Advanced Civil Appellate Course, 1993.

Board of Directors, Texas Resource Center, 1989.

 

SELECTED TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Oral Arguments, Fifth Circuit Appellate Practice Seminar, 2016, 2017.

Panelist, Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, Prosecutorial Misconduct, 2015.

Panelist, Fifth Circuit Judicial Conference, Prosecutorial Misconduct, 2014.

Brief Writing, Texas State Bar Appellate Course, 2010, 2011.

How to Reverse a Case on Appeal, Spring 2004.

Federal Appellate Practice, Federal Bar Seminar, Dallas 2004.

Chair, Fall 2002 meeting of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers in Denver.

Chair, annual Fifth Circuit Appellate Practice and Advocacy Seminar, 1986-2006.

Federal Appellate Practice, Federal Bar Seminar, Dallas, Texas, March 2002.

Federal Appellate Practice, Texas/Louisiana Defense Lawyers Association, June 2002.

Chair, Spring 2001 meeting of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers in San Antonio.

“Pitfalls in Perfecting Federal Appeals,” Advanced Civil Appellate Practice Course sponsored by the State Bar of Texas, September 1995.

“Federal Discovery,” 11th Annual Advanced Personal Injury Law Course sponsored by the State Bar of Texas, July 1995.

Panel discussion “Inside the Fifth Circuit,” 5th Annual Conference on Techniques for Handling Civil Appeals in State and Federal Court sponsored by the University of Texas School of Law, June 1995.

Authored the sample brief and presented the demonstration oral argument for the ABA Appellate Judges Division National Appellate Practice Seminar, 2000.

“Common Traps Encountered in a Federal Appeal,” 1995 Federal Civil Practice Seminar sponsored by the Federal Bar Association, March 1995-2000.

“ERISA Jurisdiction,” 1994 Federal Practice Seminar sponsored by The Rutter Group, November 1994.

“Building and Keeping a Successful Appellate Practice,” American Bar Association annual meeting, September 1994.

“Recent Changes in the Federal Appellate Rules,” Federal Bar Association – Dallas Chapter Luncheon, September 1994.

“Building and Keeping A Successful Appellate Practice,” ABA in New Orleans, August 1994.

Moderator, “Brief Writing and Oral Argument: The View From the Bench”, University of Texas Appellate Seminar, June, 1993.

“Common Traps for the Federal Appellate Attorney,” Texas State Bar Advanced Civil Appellate Course, 1993.

Presented the mock oral argument at the National Federal Bar Association Convention, 1993.

Panelist, “Federal Rules Amendments and Other `Hot Topics’”, The Rutter Group, 1993, 1994;

“Perfecting the Appeal in Federal Court”, University of Texas Appellate Seminar, June, 1992.

“Perfecting the Federal Appeal,” Texas State Bar Advanced Civil Appellate Course, 1992.

Guest lecturer, “Briefwriting for the Fifth Circuit,” Loyola Law School, September 1991.

Panelist, “Civil Case Management,” 1990 Fifth Circuit District Judges Workshop.

“Preserving and Protecting the Record for Appeal,” ALI/ABA Appellate Practice Institute, October 1990.

“Federal Appeals,” Dallas Federal Bar Advanced Civil Course, March 1990-93.

“Federal Appeals: Tips for the Texas Practitioner,” Texas State Bar Advanced Civil Appellate Course, 1988, 1989, 1991.

“Federal Criminal Appeals,” Texas State Bar Advanced Criminal Law Course, 1987-1989.

“Federal Appeals,” Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Federal Criminal Law Seminar, June 1987, December 1987; Appellate Seminar, August 1987.

“Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause,” “Search Warrants,” Immigration and Naturalization Regional Conference, April 1987; September 1987.

Guest speaker, “Federal Appeals,” Georgetown Law School Appellate Litigation Clinic, 1987.

“Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause,” “Search Warrant,” Drug Enforcement Administration Clandestine Lab School, 1986.

Instructor, United States Department of Justice Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, Criminal Trial Course, July 1984.

Instructor and Group Leader in three, week-long courses each year, 1984-1987, United States Department of Justice Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, Appellate Course.

 

CIVIC SERVICE

Asheville Area Center for the Performing Arts (Board President 2004-5).

The Genesis Alliance, Inc. (Founder and President, 2004, Board Member) Asheville, NC.

The Asheville Symphony Association (Board Member, 2004-5).

Asheville Bravo (Board Memeber, 2009-2011).

University of North Carolina Center for Public Service (Outreach Board, 2004-2008).

Loaves and Fishes Charitable Gift Market (Founder), Asheville, NC.

Rotarian, 1995-2005.

Genesis Women’s Shelter, Dallas, Texas (Advisory Board Member 1995-2000).

 

 

Michael Avenatti she is not....

Crackpot my ass!

 

 

 

 

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When you get blinded by Trump hate, as soon as anybody says they support one of his policies, they are a crackpot.  Despite their CV. Country be damned. Same guys who vote down the line regardless of who is running. Weak and pathetic. 

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"...This provision is unconscionable, insidious, and outright criminal..."

 

Um, the  H J Resolution 31, its seven sections, and various "provisions" is not "outright criminal" and was signed into LAW by the President.    Bitch and moan all you want Sidney, but that is how our government works.    BTW, I am sure the President read it in depth prior to signing.  I hear he is a voracious reader.  

 

"Joint Resolution Making consolidated appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, and for other purposes. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2019’’.

 

"SEC. 224.

(a) None of the funds provided by this Act or any other Act, or provided from any accounts in the Treasury of the United States derived by the collection of fees available to the components funded by this Act, may be used by the Secretary of Homeland Security to place in detention, remove, refer for a decision whether to initiate removal proceedings, or initiate removal proceedings against a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor of an unaccompanied alien child (as defined in section 462(g) of the Homeland Security Act of 2002 (6 U.S.C. 279(g))) based on information shared by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

 

(b) Subsection (a) shall not apply if a background check of a sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor reveals—

(1) a felony conviction or pending felony charge that relates to—

(A) an aggravated felony (as defined in section 101(a)(43) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(43)));

(B) child abuse;

(C) sexual violence or abuse; or

(D) child pornography;

(2) an association with any business that employs a minor who—

(A) is unrelated to the sponsor, potential sponsor, or member of a household of a sponsor or potential sponsor; and

(B) is—

(i) not paid a legal wage; or

(ii) unable to attend school due to the employment; or

(3) an association with the organization or implementation of prostitution."

 

 

 

The Appropriations Bill is 465 pages long.   Giving it a skim, I am sure you will find spending authorizations, controls and restrictions that will get ya more upset than 224 (a).    It may take me a month to get through it...   

 

 

 

 

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"...Mexico stopping a thousand people in a day is tokenism. As Laura Ingraham said Friday night, “the policy isn’t matching the rhetoric”—and that won’t work. Those of us out here in the middle of America see how outraged the President’s base is.  We are losing ground every day in more ways than one.  Telling Mexico and other countries we are full isn’t enough.  We did not elect a politician.  We elected a kick-ass man of action who did not kow-tow to political interests.

Protecting our national security was the primary reason most people voted for Donald Trump. It is the fundamental issue on which he must turn things around–dramatically–right now. He promised."

 

We are not "full"

Quoting Ingram, yeah, go straight to National Policy sources...

"Those of us out here in the middle of America"  clever pander to base that is just outraged! 

 

No, "we" did not elect a politician and it certainly shows.    

 

But "he promised" and the suckers believed.  

 

 

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4 mins ago, KnewBee said:

"...Mexico stopping a thousand people in a day is tokenism. As Laura Ingraham said Friday night, “the policy isn’t matching the rhetoric”—and that won’t work. Those of us out here in the middle of America see how outraged the President’s base is.  We are losing ground every day in more ways than one.  Telling Mexico and other countries we are full isn’t enough.  We did not elect a politician.  We elected a kick-ass man of action who did not kow-tow to political interests.

Protecting our national security was the primary reason most people voted for Donald Trump. It is the fundamental issue on which he must turn things around–dramatically–right now. He promised."

 

We are not "full"

Quoting Ingram, yeah, go straight to National Policy sources...

"Those of us out here in the middle of America"  clever pander to base that is just outraged! 

 

No, "we" did not elect a politician and it certainly shows.    

 

But "he promised" and the suckers believed.  

 

 

thats a good idea.  Sidney Powell has it going on.

 

If trump does that he get re elacted and the leftist lose the house again.

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Damn, I hate women like the esteemed Ms Powell.

She sure makes my underachieving ass look bad.

Can you imagine being married to her? You might as well give up the man card at her gate, you will never win an argument, or make a decision.

She might be a very nice lady, I don't know, but damn, what a resume.

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I've met many an educated crackpot in my life. The mere fact that she thinks Trump saved America tells us all we need to know about her mental well being. 

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12 hours ago, Gotcow? said:

Stopped any serious consideration after this opening.

 

12 hours ago, Gamakatsu said:

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Yet another crackpot.

Same. 

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5 mins ago, Gamakatsu said:

I've met many an educated crackpot in my life. The mere fact that she thinks Trump saved America tells us all we need to know about her mental well being. 

I am sure that if Hillary was President, you'd think things were going swimmingly.

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