Pat Buchanan Advises Trump to Put American Workers First

TRUMP’S NEW “FRIENDS” PUT WETBACKS FIRST.

Build the wall, get the illegals out of the country–all them, and reform legal immigration.

Pat Buchanan has some simple advice for Donald Trump, laid out at the end of this post in Pat’s words.

Pat saw his idol Richard Nixon kicked around by the establishment the way that Trump is also being kicked around. We know how that ended. Pat sees no hope that Trump can buy the goodwill of his enemies by playing nice.

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By Patrick J. Buchanan

“Having cut a deal with Democrats for help with the debt ceiling, will Trump seek a deal with Democrats on amnesty for the ‘Dreamers’ in return for funding for border security?”

The answer to that question, raised in my column a week ago, is in. Last night, President Donald Trump cut a deal with “Chuck and Nancy” for amnesty for 800,000 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program who came here illegally as youngsters, in return for Democratic votes for more money for border security.

According to preening Minority Leader Pelosi, the agreement contains not a dime for Trump’s Wall, and the “Dreamers” are to be put on a long glide “path to U.S. citizenship.”

Trump denies this is amnesty, and says the Wall comes later.

Fallout? Among the most enthusiastic of Trump backers, disbelief, disillusionment and wonderment at where we go from here.

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#NaziBucketChallenge: Trump’s Embrace of “Dreamer” Amnesty Wins Him No Friends Among Liberals

YEP, THAT’S A NAZI FOR YOU.

President Donald Trump lost his base when he stopped talking tough about Obama’s so-called Dreamers. Unfortunately for him, he didn’t pick up support from the American liberal, whose hatred of the “Orange cheeto” knows no limits.

I’m not sure of the origins of the Twitter hashtage #NaziBucketChallenge, but it’s #1 trending on Twitter this Friday morning.

It’s actually a pretty simple theme:

One of the things I learned from Microchip (who seems to have disappeared from Twitter after his latest ban) is that Twitter pushes certain hashtags into trending when they don’t deserve it.

Microchip also was aware that not all Tweets are created by real humans.

None of these Tweets make any sense to anyone who’s not mental. It would be great if Donald Trump were a White Supremacist, but he’s not. From his friendships with Oprah, Mike Tyson, Omarosa and other blacks, he’s proven that he’s a race mixer.

All of these Tweets, the real ones anyway, are just self-hating whites and nonwhites expressing their desire to see the white race exterminated in an orgy of white genocide.

If President Trump thought that his outreach to Democrats to amnesty millions of Dreamers and their relatives would win him fans among liberals, he miscalculated.

Trump Treason? Alleged Deal with Democrats Allows “Dreamers ” to Stay

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There’s significant disagreement about the breaking news that President Trump has struck a deal with Democrats to amnesty what would appear to be 800,000 so-called Dreamers. In reality, once they have amnesty, the door opens for millions more via a court ruling.

Here’s the story from the AP, followed by some views that claim that Trump has betrayed his base, with others dissenting.

All I can say is that if Trump has struck a deal with the swamp creatures that goes soft on DACA, I’d be shocked.

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — The top House and Senate Democrats said Wednesday they had reached agreement with President Donald Trump to protect thousands of younger immigrants from deportation and fund some border security enhancements — not including Trump’s long-sought border wall.

The agreement, the latest instance of Trump ditching his own party to make common cause with the opposition, was announced by Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi following a White House dinner that Republican lawmakers weren’t invited to attend. It would enshrine protections for the nearly 800,000 immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids who had benefited from former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program, which provided temporary work permits and shielded recipients from deportation.

Trump ended the program earlier this month and gave Congress six months to come up with a legislative fix before the statuses of the so-called “Dreamers” begin to expire.

“We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides,” Pelosi and Schumer said in a joint statement.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders partially disputed their characterization, saying over Twitter that “excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to.”

Either way, it was the second time in two weeks that Trump cut out Republicans to reach a deal with Pelosi and Schumer. A person briefed on the meeting, who demanded anonymity to discuss it, said the deal specifies bipartisan legislation called the DREAM Act that provides eventual citizenship for the young immigrants.

House Republicans would normally rebel over such an approach, which many view as amnesty for law-breakers. It remains to be seen how conservatives’ loyalty to Trump will affect their response to a policy they would have opposed under other circumstances.

The House’s foremost immigration hardliner, GOP Rep. Steve King of Iowa, made clear that he, for one, was not happy.

Addressing Trump over Twitter, King wrote that if the reports were true, “Trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable, and disillusioned beyond repair. No promise is credible.”

Earlier Wednesday, during a White House meeting with moderate House members from both parties, Trump had urged lawmakers to come up with a bipartisan solution for the “Dreamers.”

“We don’t want to forget DACA,” Trump told the members at the meeting. “We want to see if we can do something in a bipartisan fashion so that we can solve the DACA problem and other immigration problems.”

Foreshadowing what was to take place later that evening, Trump said he would be open to separating the wall issue from the question of the younger immigrants, as long as the wall got dealt with eventually.

At Thursday night’s dinner, “the president was clear he would press for the wall but separate from this agreement,” said Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill.

The apparent deal is the latest example of Trump’s sudden pivot to bipartisanship after months of railing against Democrats as “obstructionist.” He has also urged them to join him in overhauling the nation’s tax code, among other priorities.

Flashback re Comey Firing: When Bill Clinton Fired FBI Director William S. Sessions (1993)

Scroll down the homepage or click on the links to the right to read earlier posts on FBI Director James Comey’s termination.

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The (((establishment))) has its panties in a wad over President Donald Trump’s Tuesday afternoon firing of FBI Director James Comey.

In this post, we’ll go back in time to look over President Bill Clinton’s termination of his Republican FBI Director, William S. Sessions. We’ll also take a look at some of the reaction to Comey’s firing.

Reminder: Just a week ago, Comey was the demon from Hell to the Democrat party in the United States. With his firing, the jackass party has launched a major offensive against the Trump presidency, treating Comey as a martyr, done in by the evil Nazi in the White House.

One commenter at Zerohedge weighed in on the firing of Director Comey by suggesting that the fear of God be put into the usual suspects by making Joe Arpaio the new Director. Another noted that the Assistant Director Andrew McCabe is as crooked as Comey and should go too.

1993 New York Times via Zerohedge

WASHINGTON, July 19— President Clinton today dismissed William S. Sessions, the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who had stubbornly rejected an Administration ultimatum to resign six months after a harsh internal ethics report on his conduct.

Mr. Clinton said he would announce his nominee to replace Mr. Sessions on Tuesday. He was expected to pick Judge Louis J. Freeh of Federal District Court in Manhattan; officials said Judge Freeh had impressed Mr. Clinton favorably on Friday at their first meeting.

Mr. Clinton, explaining his reasons for removing Mr. Sessions, effective immediately, said, “We cannot have a leadership vacuum at an agency as important to the United States as the F.B.I. It is time that this difficult chapter in the agency’s history is brought to a close.” Defiant to the End

But in a parting news conference at F.B.I. headquarters after Mr. Clinton’s announcement, a defiant Mr. Sessions — his right arm in a sling as a result of a weekend fall — railed at what he called the unfairness of his removal, which comes nearly six years into his 10-year term.

“Because of the scurrilous attacks on me and my wife of 42 years, it has been decided by others that I can no longer be as forceful as I need to be in leading the F.B.I. and carrying out my responsibilities to the bureau and the nation,” he said. “It is because I believe in the principle of an independent F.B.I. that I have refused to voluntarily resign.”

Mr. Clinton said that after reviewing Mr. Sessions’s performance, Attorney General Janet Reno had advised him that Mr. Sessions should go. “After a thorough review by the Attorney General of Mr. Sessions’s leadership of the F.B.I., she has reported to me in no uncertain terms that he can no longer effectively lead the bureau.”

Despite the President’s severe tone, he seemed to regret having to force Mr. Sessions from his post. He said he had hoped that the issue could be settled at the Justice Department without the necessity of using his authority to dismiss the Director, who has a 10-year term but may be removed by the President at any time.

But Mr. Sessions’s intransigence had festered into an awkward situation for Mr. Clinton.

A Republican stranded in a Democratic Administration, Mr. Sessions was appointed to head the F.B.I. by President Ronald Reagan in 1987 amid the turmoil of the Iran-contra affair. Mr. Sessions arrived as a respected judge from San Antonio, but after five and a half years in office, he leaves with his star fallen, his agency adrift and his support at the F.B.I. all but drained away. Troubled Tenure

He served under four Attorneys General, and each complained privately about his absentee management style, his frequent traveling — often to unimportant events — and his inability to take command.

During Mr. Sessions’s tenure, the F.B.I. has struggled to redefine its mission, which has shifted focus dramatically with the collapse of the Soviet empire.

Comey brought disrepute to the FBI:

Trump punches back against his critics:

Comey’s motorcade to airport:

Comey boards private jet:

The great Judge Napolitano explains why FBI agents had turned against Comey:

The very Jewish fake conservative Krauthamer scolds Trump:

Jew Chuck Schumer calls for a special prosecutor. That’s in spite of Schumer’s earlier statement that he lacked confidence in Comey:

This story is still developing. The most important part of it involves who replaces Comey and how many RINOs (McCain, Graham, etc.) turn on Trump.