Comey Blackmail: Trump NY Times Interview Shocking in its Candor About Sessions, Comey, Mueller

TRUMP INSINUATES COMEY TRIED TO BLACKMAIL HIM.

President Donald Trump gave an interview to the New York Times on Wednesday. The outcome included some shocking statements by America’s unconventional President.

As Mike Cernovich related in a Tweet, the New York Times asked the questions and Trump responded. The questions reflected the Times agenda. Trump answered, giving honest assessments on a variety of subjects, not politically correct ones.

That said, Trump should NOT be reprimanding Jeff Sessions in public. His thoughts about the Attorney General’s job performance should have been reserved for a private one-on-one discussion.

Raw Story

In a wide-ranging Oval Office interview with the New York Times, President Donald Trump repeatedly said he would not have nominated Jeff Sessions as Attorney General if he would have known Sessions would recuse himself from the Russia investigation and threatened that Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller looking into his and his family’s finances would cross a “red line.”

Trump also appeared to allege that then-FBI Director James Comey sought to blackmail him.

“In my opinion, he shared [the British spy dossier] so that I would think he had it out there,” Mr. Trump told The Times.

“As leverage?” reporters Peter Baker, Michael S. Schmidt and Maggie Haberman asked.

“Yeah, I think so,” Mr. Trump said. “In retrospect.”

The extended excerpts of the interview contain more allegations against Comey.

Trump also denied Comey’s sworn testimony about the one-on-one meeting when Comey claimed the President cleared the room.

“Look, you look at his testimony,” Trump suggested. “His testimony is loaded up with lies, O.K.?”

Trump further claimed Comey, “illegally leaked” and had a “conflict of interest.”

Jack Pesobiac, who’s been wrong before but is probably right this time, is reporting that AG Jeff Sessions resignation is in the works:

As much as we admire Jeff Sessions, he was wrong to bring a special prosecutor on board. Trump is justified in correcting Jeff. Jeff also needs to pick up his job performance if he stays on the job, which is questionable at this point.

McCain Death Watch: What the End of McCain Means for America

The following piece was clearly written before the big announcement Wednesday evening that Senator John McCain is suffering from what is obviously terminal brain cancer.

McCain’s doom may be an unhappy moment for him, his family, and the neocon warmongers that counted on him to get World War III done, but for the rest of America and the world, McCain’s total powerlessness is a good thing.

I’ve bolded key points for you skim readers.

Lew Rockwell

The Republicans finally giving up on passing an Obamacare Lite bill (now they’re going for full repeal with no immediate replacement) is a signal that big changes are on the horizon.

Trump seems more than happy with this outcome. As he should be, since this is what he originally promised.

But John McCain and the GOP leadership probably didn’t appreciate the open insurrection in the Senate.

And you can bet that now the Democrats are running scared. That they remain committed to Russia-Gate tells you just how badly they are positioned for the 2018 midterms.

With donations crashing, Kid Rock declaring to run against Debbie Stabenow in Michigan, and Diane Feinstein retiring there is the potential for a real collapse of seniority for the Democrats at the committee level in the Senate, where all the power is concentrated.

And that brings me to John McCain. Because, as I made clear in my last article, John McCain is the lynchpin to Trump getting some semblance of control over Congress. McCain is a powerful senior member of a number of committees. He ran for re-election at 79 years old to retain that seniority for the neoconservatives to enact its nihilistic foreign policy.

Make no mistake, McCain, like the rest of the DNC and GOP leadership, is a member of the “Uniparty.” That’s the one that frog-marches us towards global government, universal suffering and perpetual war.

Which is why Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Senate will vote on a clean repeal of Obamacare without any replacement is so important.

First, it means that John McCain’s health issues are more serious than they have let on to this point. Because McCain is the leading stalking horse for the Democrats within the GOP. If he leads the way, he can keep enough members in line to get a bad bill passed.

Second, it means that the GOP leadership no longer feels it needs Obamacare to wipe the floor with the Democrats in the 2018 mid-terms.

Third, it begins the collapse of the Uniparty opposition within the GOP to Trump’s domestic policy. McConnell wouldn’t have done this if there was a way to salvage Obamacare for its corporate backers – the ones who wrote the bill in the first place. So, like the good cockroach he is, he is acceding to the reality that if they don’t repeal Obamacare now, when it collapses for real it will no longer be the Democrats’ issue.

It’ll be theirs.

But there’s more to this saga. It’s likely the end of John McCain as a major political force. Obamacare is the thin edge of the wedge that breaks the wall in front of Trump’s plans for reform. It’s a major campaign promise fulfilled. I told you that Trump needed to deal with McCain to get things moving.

It seems that time and karma may have done the job for him.

Reprinted from Russia Insider.

This piece barely scratches the surface of what McCain’s doom means to American foreign and domestic policy. With Trump announcing on Wednesday that he was pulling the CIA out of Syria in accord with President Putin’s wishes, Trump was sticking it to dying McCain, who’s been a real obstructionist to draining the swamp and making America great.

Now, if only Hillary would kick the bucket.

Hateful Sow Rosie O’Donnell Sparks Outrage with Trump Killing Game

OINK. OINK.

Except for giving everyone on the right a chance to hate on Rosie a little more, the reaction to the online game promoted by the pig is of little consequence.

Click on the link in Rosie’s Tweet and play the game. It will bore you from the beginning.

USA Today

Actress Rosie O’Donnell certainly knows how to push conservatives’ buttons. And now she is drawing their ire by pushing her own button: one that makes President Trump jump off a cliff.

“Push Trump Off A Cliff Again,” O’Donnell tweeted Saturday in an apparent play on Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan. The tweet links to a game in which the player can, as O’Donnell says, make the president jump off a cliff, again and again.

Conservatives expressed outrage as O’Donnell’s weekend tweet came to their attention.

Sean Hannity’s blog referred to the game as “gross” and “sick.”

“Sadly, violence has become an acceptable form of dissent for liberals these days,” said a post on Young Conservatives.

White Candidate Tells Reparations Candidate for Mayor: “Go back to Africa”

PAUL CONGEMI. CURMUDGEON.

During a debate, a white political candidate advised a mystery meat candidate who pushes for reparations for the Negro population to “Go back to Africa.”

All in all, while the press is trying to smear Paul Congemi, I would say he scored a small victory for common sense. He said the words “Go back to Africa” and lived to tell about it.

Both Congemi and Jesse Nevel, the mystery meat candidate for mayor whose platform is reparations for blacks, are fringe candidates. But anytime we can get the idea out that disaffected blacks have a choice to buy a ticket to Africa, we win.

Daily Mail

A Florida mayoral candidate went on a tirade when he told his rival’s supporters to ‘go back to Africa’.

St Petersburg GOP candidate Paul Congemi made the remarks during a mayoral forum in the town’s City Hall on Tuesday.

In the midst of a question about opportunities for youth in the city, Congemi veered off-topic in comments directed at supporters of International People’s Democratic Uhuru Movement-affiliated candidate Jesse Nevel.

Jesse Nevel demands reparations.

‘Mr Nevel, you and your people you talk about reparations. The reparations that you talk about, Mr Nevel, your people already got your reparations. Your reparations came in the form of a man named Barack Obama,’ the Republican said.

A raucous ensued and a woman in the audience could be heard yelling: ‘Get out of here, get out of here,’ at Congemi.

‘My advice to you if you don’t like it here in America, planes leave every hour from from Tampa Airport, go back to Africa,’ he told Nevel supporters.

‘Go back to Africa. Go back to Africa. Go back!’ he said.

Nevel, 27, the national chairman of the movement that organizes white support for black-led community social justice, is white himself He dismissed Congemi as a ‘non-factor’ after the remarks.

However, Congemi said his comment was meant towards just a specific group.

‘I must comment on the remarks I said last night…Yes: I did tell those people to go back to Africa,’ Congemi wrote in a statement to The Tampa Bay Times.

‘My remark was meant for the group Mr Nevel represents. Not all African Americans. Just those that Nevel represents.’

Congemi also attacked current mayor Rick Krisemen for his support of the LGBT community.

‘I will never endorse sin,’ he said.

This is Congemi’s third run for mayor. He said he wants to hold the record for the most bids for mayor in St Petersburg history before he dies.

He’s also had several run-ins with the law. In the most recent, Congemi was charged with felony elder abuse in January after his 87-year-old mother ended up in intensive care for bed sores.

The sores on her tailbone were reportedly so neglected that the bone was visible. Charges have since been dropped.

You have to suspect that the (((power elites))) would like to shut Congemi up, which is what led to the since dropped criminal charges.

Dumb Dindu Drug Dealer Reports Stolen Cocaine to Police: Guess What Happens Next?

When we go looking for odd news, we can always count on our African-American friends to give us a good laugh in the stupidity department.

David Blackmun, pictured above, is surely one of America’s epic retards.

NOLA

A Fort Walton Beach, Fla., man was arrested Sunday (July 16) after authorities said he called the police to report that someone had stolen a bag of cocaine and cash from his car, the Miami Herald reported. David Blackmon, 35, was booked with possession of cocaine, resisting arrest without violence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The suspect told an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy who responded to his call that he was a drug dealer and that someone had broken into his vehicle while it was parked, taking about $50 and about a quarter ounce of cocaine, the newspaper reported. The deputy was able to see cocaine on the center console, from where it allegedly went missing. Blackmon was later released on bond.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Hans Christian Andersen

H. C. Andersen is one of our great thinkers. His writing is not religious but is at a high level of spirituality. They would like us to forget him and the magic he created with pen and paper.

Wikipedia

Hans Christian Andersen (/ˈhɑːnz ˈkrɪstʃən ˈændərsən/; Danish: [hanˀs ˈkʁæsdjan ˈɑnɐsn̩] (About this sound listen), often referred to in Scandinavia as H. C. Andersen, (2 April 1805 – 4 August 1875) was a Danish author. Although a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales. Andersen’s popularity is not limited to children; his stories, called eventyr in Danish, express themes that transcend age and nationality.

Andersen’s fairy tales, which have been translated into more than 125 languages,[1] have become culturally embedded in the West’s collective consciousness, readily accessible to children, but presenting lessons of virtue and resilience in the face of adversity for mature readers as well.[2] Some of his most famous fairy tales include “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” “The Little Mermaid,” “The Nightingale,” “The Snow Queen,” “The Ugly Duckling,” and “Thumbelina.” His stories have inspired ballets, plays, and animated and live-action films.[3]

Have A Laugh: Pit Bull Thought He was the Big Dog, but Then …

The poor pitty must have thought he ran into a bear. See more at Reddit