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The crazier President Trump acts, the more his enemies paint themselves into a corner.

“Obama tapped my phone” has the libtards screaming foul.

They deny that it ever happened and Trump is delusional.

There is no evidence of his phone being tapped and there would have had to been evidence of wrongdoing for the wiretap.

If there is insufficient evidence for the tap does that mean there is no evidence that he colluded with the Russians?

Why does no evidence of wiretaps automatically dismiss that charge but no evidence of colluding with the Ruskies demands an investigation?

Why did the NY Times months ago report that wiretaps confirm Trump/ Russia connections?

Or was that just fake news?

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And then it’s “Ease on Down The Road” for cowardly lion, brainless scarecrow and the man behind the curtain, all rolled into one.

Some suggestions for him;

Greeter at Walmart

Parking lot escort for Publix

Bathroom attendant at Ansonia Bathouse

Shoeshine Boy

Our Worthless Prez...

Our Worthless Prez…

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Barack Hussein Obama, yemach shemo.

Two Hebrew words to be forever associated with America’s Islamist-in-Chief.

May his name be blotted out.

He is now in the good company of others whose names are always followed by this phrase.

i.e. Haman, Hitler, Stalin,

Eichman, Mengele, and Amin al-Husseini.

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The changing linguistic landscape has given new meaning to some very familiar terms, thanks in no small part to the media and academia.

For example:

  • Mentally disturbed individual = Muslim terrorist
  • Lone wolf = Muslim terrorist who was aided by friends, family and community.
  • Islamophobia = The heightened mental state of being aware of Muslim terrorists.
  • Anti-Zionist = Classic Jew hating Nazi bigot.

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If there was ever a need for proof that black is indeed beautiful, look no further than Chloe Simone Valdary.

Chloe is a student at the University of New Orleans and has a beautiful heart and soul to match her beautiful looks.

She really outdid herself with her latest post exposing the hypocrisy of the anti- Zionists Semites.

We link to her blog on the roll, so check it out.

Chloe Simone Valdary

Chloe Simone Valdary

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The Charlie Hebdo martyrs slain by vermin who deserve to be fed alive to pigs, died for the sake of free speech;

So media luminaries have the right to report breaking headlines such as;

December 1941 Torpedo Planes Attack Pearl Harbor
June 1940 Russia Invaded By Tanks
April 1861 Artillerymen Bombard Fort Sumter
September 2001 Pilots Destroy World Trade Center

Very few have the balls to call these vermin what they are: pieces of muslim shit.

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I wonder how long it will be before California, Arizona, and Texas will be bombarded by rockets from Mexico?

When we return fire, will the MSM—and especially the UN—accuse us of being the aggressor?

Will the world unfairly turn on us as they have Israel?

Will our country be known one day as Gazexico?

If the liberals have their way, the U.S. will no longer be a sovereign nation.

If the Mexicans have their way, the US will be annexed and become part of Mexico.

Both are currently using Mexican illegals as one of their tools to blur our borders.

What the liberals are blind to is what the monumental negative effect on the entire world will be if the U.S. were to cease to exist.

Just imagine a collapsing house of cards.

So, I say, fuck Mexico, fuck the liberals, fuck Hamas, and double fuck the UN.

While we’re at it, fuck the worthless turd in the white house and her treacherous husband.

Fuck Mexico!

The future president of Gazexico

Also read: MEXICO – AMERICA’S PALESTINE – PART DOS

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Reblogged from The Daily Beast, by Nick Gillespie:

Hillbillery and Jebro

Hillbillery and Jebro

For partisan and media elites, ‘the past is never dead. It’s not even past,’ which means with these two candidates likely to lead the race in 2016, the future doesn’t look so different.
 
As if we need it, here’s extra proof that contemporary politics is more thoroughly exhausted than adult actress Lisa Sparkxxx must have been at the end of her record-setting roll in the hay at the 2004 “Eroticon” in Warsaw, Poland.
The Washington Post reports, “Many of the Republican Party’s most powerful insiders and financiers have begun a behind-the-scenes campaign to draft former Florida governor Jeb Bush into the 2016 presidential race, courting him and his intimates and starting talks on fundraising strategy.” For once, I found myself agreeing with Jesse Jackson. Can’t we just “stay out the Bushes” this one time at least?
On the other side of the aisle, it’s a given that Hillary Clinton is not only the presumptive Democratic nominee, but the only possible Democratic nominee anyone can name with a straight face (sorry, Joe Biden, but this just ain’t your century any more than the 20th was). “There was a Bush or a Clinton in the White House and cabinet for 32 years straight,” notes Maureen Dowd at The New York Times, whose headline writer adds, “Brace Yourself for Hillary and Jeb.”
As it was, it shall always be. About the only cause for optimism is that there’s no Kennedy in the mix.

At least Lisa Sparkxxx participated voluntarily in her own screwing. For the large and growing plurality of Americans who identify as independent, there’s seemingly no way to opt out of the compulsive-repetitive disorder among legacy media types and partisan string-pullers. What is it that Faulkner said in Requiem for a Nun (1950)? “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” Who knew that he was talking about politics in the goddamned 21st century, not Yoknapatawpha County after the Civil War?

It’s not a mystery why elites would totally dig a retro contest between two of the nation’s least-appealing families. It would mean that zombified pundits such as David Gergen, whose lack of cogency is directly proportional to the number of administrations in which he served, could push off retirement a few more years and writers such as Dowd, who peaked in terms of what passes for wit and originality during the Clinton era, could recycle old columns as unashamedly as Cate Blanchet recycles plastic bags at the local Safeway. GOP and Democratic apparatchiks and their big-money enablers wouldn’t have to struggle with the grim and unavoidable fact that fewer and fewer of us are willing to identify with either party – even to strangers on the phone.

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Reblogged from RT

Published time: June 14, 2014 13:08

COMBO: (L) Confederate infantry re-enactors in Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 15, 2012; (R) Armed men ride an armored personnel carrier in Slavyansk April 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Reuters)

COMBO: (L) Confederate infantry re-enactors in Sharpsburg, Maryland, September 15, 2012; (R) Armed men ride an armored personnel carrier in Slavyansk April 16, 2014. (AFP Photo/Reuters)

Historical analogies may be inaccurate, but Americans may need to look at their own civil war and compare it to what is happening in Ukraine now. Today the US supports a murderous criminal adventure that has little to do with unifying the country.

This assessment came from Professor Stephen Cohen, prominent US scholar of Russian studies and author, who advised George H.W. Bush in the late 1980s. He spoke to RT about the mistakes of the consecutive American administrations in their Russia policies, the worst crisis in decades that they led to and the deterioration of political discourse in America that prevents things from changing in Washington.

Cohen challenged the narrative of the Ukrainian events dominating in the US, calling the military crackdown by the government an “unwise, reckless, murderous, inhuman campaign that Kiev is conduction against what are admittedly rebel provinces.”

Stephen Frand Cohen

Stephen Frand Cohen

“Lincoln never called the Confederacy terrorists,” the scholar pointed out. “He always [called them], no matter how bad the civil war was, fellow citizens he wanted to come back to the union. Why is Kiev calling its own citizens terrorists? They are rebels. They are protesters. They have a political agenda. Why isn’t Kiev sending a delegation there to negotiate with them?

“Their demands are not unreasonable. They want to elect their own governors – we elect our own governors. They want a say on where their taxes go – ‘no taxation without representation.’ We know what that is,” Cohen said. “There are extremists among them, but there are also people who simply want to live in a Ukraine that is for everybody. And instead the Kiev army, with the full support of the United States, is conducting this assault.”

A man looks at a residential building, where he resides, which was damaged by what locals say was overnight shelling by Ukrainian forces, in the eastern Ukrainian town of Slaviansk June 12, 2014. (Reuters/Gleb Garanich)

A man looks at a residential building, where he resides, which was damaged by what locals say was overnight shelling by Ukrainian forces, in the eastern Ukrainian town of Slaviansk June 12, 2014. (Reuters/Gleb Garanich)

‘Kremlin an essential ally Washington pushes away’

What the US doing with Ukraine now is alienating arguably the best potential ally it has now, Cohen said.

“I am convinced that the most essential partner for the American national security in all of these areas from Iran to Syria, Afghanistan and beyond is the Kremlin, currently occupied by Putin. And the way the United States has treated Putin – I would call it a betrayal of American national interest.” (more…)

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Dark Invasion: 1915: Germany’s Secret War and the Hunt for the First Terrorist Cell in America —by Howard Blum

This book was not only informative and entertaining, but, in my opinion, is also a must read for all Americans.

DarkInvasionBkCvrThe fact that the actual occurrences were kept from being a media circus and fomenting a jingoistic war frenzy is understandable, given the administration’s obsession with maintaining neutrality, but that they have never been part and parcel of elementary American history education is inexcusable and negligent.

German nationals and ethnic German Americans, financed and supported logistically and materially by the German government through their embassies and consulates in America undertook a campaign of terror that included arson aboard ships at sea, bombing the Capitol building and an attempted assassination of John Pierpont Morgan in his Long Island home.

Anti-German sentiment not withstanding, the spy ring was only effectively countered by scrupulous detective work and the contribution of loyal German-American policemen capable of infiltrating the enemy.

Ethnic Germans were just about the largest minority in the country, yet action was taken without fear of special interests or anyone being labeled a Germanophobe.

Flash forward ninety-nine years and once again we are confronted with foreign nationals and disloyal Americans with support of hostile regimes, bent on sowing terror in our midst.

Let this book be a wake-up call and a reminder that Americans can lay claim to the same statement uttered by Jews on Passover, that, In every generation there are those that will rise up against us.

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