Former Congressman Kucinich on Trump: Deep State’s Aim is to Foment Profitable Cold War with Russia

Dennis Kucinich may be a liberal, but he tells the truth as he sees it, rather than sticking to the New World Order narrative. He’s a former Congressman from Ohio, if you’re not familiar with him. He’s also often politically incorrect.

I rate this video very highly. If you can spare 8 minutes, you’ll understand better the crisis that America is experiencing now.

Published on Feb 15, 2017

“Whether you’re for Trump or against Trump, the White House is under attack from elements inside the intelligence community, which are trying to elevate tensions between Russia and the US! At the bottom of that is money & an agenda to cash-in on conflict! There’s a game going on inside the intelligence community where there are those who want to separate the US from Russia in a way that would re-ignite the cold war…Wake up America!”

Jeff Sessions Swats Creepy Joe Biden’s Hand Away from Child at Swearing-In Ceremony (Video)

The BIG payoff to watching the above video comes at the end of the three minutes. Not only does our new Attorney General Jeff Sessions swat then VP Joe Biden’s hand away from his grandchild, but he also gives Biden a dirty look.

Biden is well-known for his creepy behavior involving touching young girls even when cameras are rolling.

I’m not certain of which swearing-in ceremony the video captures, but I’m guessing it was a Senate swearing-in ceremony from several years ago.

As you know from yesterday’s post on #pizzagate, since the Trump administration took office, the breakup of pedophile rings and arrests have ramped up. Everyone expects big things from Jeff Sessions in terms of reining in child sexual abuse and child porn.

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Published on Feb 8, 2017

What does Sessions know? Could this explain all the irrational obstruction to his appointment as Attorney General?

Richard Spencer’s Mentor Paul Gottfried Explains the Left’s Permanent Outrage and Their Hatred of Us

BERKELEY, 1960s.


The women’s marches, the topless protests, the riots wherever MILO speaks, the violence toward Trump supporters–all this and more will NEVER stop unless modern Marxism is totally eradicated from the West.

Hell, the weak Republicans in America don’t have a clue about how to fight Marxist tyranny because they’ve bought into Marxist egalitarianism.

(((Paul Gottfried))), the original mentor to Richard Spencer, explains the tactics of today’s Marxists:

Excerpt from Lew Rockwell

There is no way that the Left can retreat from what it has achieved in transforming society without the entire edifice of change being imperiled. This corresponds to Trotsky’s formula that if the revolution is made to retreat from stage D to stage C, then the entire march toward the new society could be reversed. Therefore the march out of the gloomy repressive past must be continued unconditionally, and any retreat from it is tantamount to counterrevolution — or in the leftist fear-mongering phrase, having women forced to have abortions in back alleys, re-imposing racial segregation, and jailing homosexuals. This kind of thinking makes perfectly good sense if one begins with the assumption that one is in an “all or nothing” situation. It also doesn’t matter that President Obama stopped flights to the U.S. from Iraq in 2011 or that Bill Clinton spoke in a State of the Union address in 1994 about stopping the presence of illegals in the U.S. Nor should we notice that Donald Trump’s predecessor opposed gay marriage at the time he was elected to the presidency. It is our duty to protect whatever revolution is underway in its most advanced state. Any retreat from the present into the past, even the recent past, should be seen as an attempt to undo every bit of Progress that’s been gained until now.

Anyone who threatens the still fragile, reversible process of change must be dehumanized. There can be no honest disagreements with those who either by design or because of dangerous ignorance are working against “hope and change.” One is, therefore, justified in condemning these reactionaries as the lowliest and most malevolent of beings. Like the Communists, the current Left, particularly in Western Europe, characterizes its opponents as “fascists.” Note that for the old Left, “fascism” had a quasi-scientific meaning. It referred to the defenders of a form of late capitalism, which had already reached a point of mortal crisis. “Fascists” repressed socialist revolution by creating right-wing nationalist dictatorships. In the process, phony “fascist” revolutionaries drove real leftist revolutionaries underground.

For the multicultural Left, by contrast, the once meaningful Marxist term “fascist” has been reduced to a smear. It now signifies those the Left is combatting, that is, those who disagree with all or some aspect of the Left’s social agenda. Those who oppose this agenda may or perhaps should be attacked as Nazis and even Holocaust-deniers (which an acquaintance of mine recently called me for voting for Donald Trump). If the people under attack don’t deny Nazi crimes explicitly, their view of “social justice” is so hopelessly negative that presumably, they would have enthusiastically endorsed Hitler. What else should one think of someone who is trying to push us back into the Dark Ages, perhaps as far back as 2008?

Before I read this piece, I had slowly come to the conclusion that the war on the white race, the war on decency, the war on tradition, and so forth would not stop short of an ethnic cleansing of the leftist Jews (Soros, his puppets and his puppet masters, etc.) who foment agitation and control the press, using it for some really ludicrous propaganda.

Buckle your seat belts because the insanity from the left has NOT reached peak insanity yet.

What Surprises Does the Donald Have in Store for After He Takes the Oath?

Excerpt from the Associated Press

Trump’s Day One plan was an ambitious and specific list. It includes proposing a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on members of Congress, imposing a hiring freeze for federal workers, and beginning to remove immigrants who are criminals and living in the country unlawfully.

The list includes “cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama.” Given Trump’s objections to many of Obama’s policies, that category could involve some dramatic changes.

Among those would be cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which has protected about 750,000 young immigrants from deportation. The program also offered those immigrants work permits.

If he makes good on his promise to terminate the program, Trump could chose to immediately cancel the deportation protection and revoke the work permits, or he could opt to block new enrollment and allow those already approved to keep their work permits until they expire.

Trump has said he plans to focus immigration enforcement efforts first on criminals, a group he said could including 2 million to 3 million people.

Trump also pledged to “move criminal aliens out day one” in operations with state, local and federal authorities. That promise will be harder to keep on his first few days in office. Jurisdictions around the country objected to helping enforce federal immigration laws. He will also face a shortage of jail space. The government has enough money to keep 34,000 people in immigration jails at a time and has recently detained more than 40,000 people because of a surge of immigrants arrested at the Mexican border last year.

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Also on Trump’s list was labeling China a currency manipulator. But Trump said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week that he no longer planned to do that on the first day. “I would talk to them first,” he said.

If Trump opts for a slower pace, it may be because he is still setting up his administration. He is awaiting confirmation of Cabinet choices and staffing federal agencies and has left vital spots such as the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers unfilled so far. Instead of unveiling an updated series of policies, Trump devoted part of his transition to meeting with prominent CEOs and touting jobs announcements by their companies. His team has also spent weeks reviewing Obama’s executive actions to determine which ones can be eliminated quickly.

Trump’s team also faces the daunting process of naming a Supreme Court justice to fill the vacancy left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Trump has said he will announce a nominee in about two weeks.

Trump’s promises of swift changes have been cheered on by congressional Republicans, who have seen their agenda blocked by Obama for the past eight years. Pence and Trump aides have shared some details for the first few days with House leadership and told lawmakers to expect the incoming president to move quickly to undo Obama’s legacy.

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Democrats and SJWs Protest Congressional Vote Count Certifying Trump as POTUS

Fun! Watch black a** wipes in Congress and SJWs make utter fools of themselves.

VP Joe Biden does his best to keep the proceedings legit.

Read the story at Sky News.

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Michael Moore Pens Long Warning About How Donald Trump Will “Get Us Killed”

Michael Moore is a clever propagandist because he mixes undeniable thoughts with unreasonable conclusions in order to foment fear among the easily frightened.


“So, my fellow Americans, when the next terrorist attack happens – and it will happen, we all know that – and after the tragedy is over, amidst the death and destruction that might have been prevented, you will see Donald Trump acting quickly to blame everyone but himself,” Moore wrote. “He will suspend constitutional rights. He will round up anyone he deems a threat. He will declare war, and his Republican Congress will back him.”

Moore pointed to another former president, George W. Bush, who he claimed also did not take his security briefings seriously, which in turn led to the 9/11 attacks.

“On August 6, 2001, he was on a month-long vacation at his ranch in Texas,” Moore wrote of Bush. “That morning, the White House Counsel handed him his daily national security briefing. He glanced at it, set it aside and then went fishing for the rest of the day. The headline on the security briefing reads: BIN LADEN DETERMINED TO STRIKE INSIDE U.S. On the top page it tells how bin Laden will do this: with planes. George W. Bush didn’t leave the ranch to go back to work for the next four weeks. In the fifth week, bin Laden attacked the US with planes on September 11th.”

Moore concluded his piece by making sure his followers and Trump knew the blame would be squarely on the former reality show star if America is attacked during his presidency and he could have stopped it, but did not because he was decidedly uninformed.

“It was YOUR job to pay attention, to protect the country,” Moore wrote. “But you were too busy tweeting and defending Putin and appointing cabinet members to dismantle the government. You didn’t have time for the daily national security briefing. Don’t think we’re going to let you use a modern-day burning of the Reichstag as your excuse to eliminate our civil liberties and our democracy.”

Moore is essentially claiming that a Republican president receives specific intel but ignores it because he’s stupid (Bush) or careless (Trump). Mysteriously, a Democrat president (Obama) receives no such intelligence and thus remains blameless when terror attacks occur.

Moore ignores the simple fact that if there were no Muslims in the US that there would be no Muslim terrorists setting off bombs and using guns to kill people. He also ignores that it’s his hero Obama who wants more unvetted Muslims in the U.S.

Moore claims the Republican Congress will back Trump in suspending Constitutional rights and declaring war. Hell, it’s not clear that the GOP will support his tax cuts or infrastructure spending. Republican leaders McConnell and Ryan are not fans of Trump.

Reporting on ANYTHING Moore says is an example of a media pys op. He’s no expert on anything and there’s no reason anyone should care what he says. He spews drivel, not analysis.

Instead of sitting at his keyboard, he should be exercising. His fat will kill him faster than Donald Trump ever would.


Donald Trump says he’s going to deport up to three million undocumented immigrants immediately

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Donald Trump has said he will deport two to three million undocumented immigrants “immediately” upon taking office.

In his first television interview since winning the presidential election, Mr Trump insisted that he is going to carry out his hardline immigration policy proposals, while insisting that he would build a wall between the US and Mexico.

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“What we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, where a lot of these people, probably two million – it could be even three million – we are getting them out of the country or we are going to incarcerate,” Mr Trump told 60 Minutes.

“Be we’re getting them out of the country, they’re here illegally.”

He explained that once the border is “secure”, then the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement will assess the status of the remaining undocumented immigrants in the country.

“After the border is secure and after everything gets normalised, we’re going to make a determination on the people that they’re talking about who are terrific people, they’re terrific people but we are gonna make a determination at that,” he said. “But before we make that determination… it’s very important, we are going to secure our border.”

Of course, it still remains unclear how Mr Trump plans to carry out this proposal. Undocumented immigrants are entitled to full removal proceedings in immigraiton court. And as the courts already have a major backlog of hearing, there would be no immediate removals. Additionally, he fails to explain how his policy would be different from the current law in place under the Obama administration, which prioritises removal of immigrants convicted of criminal offences.

Mr Trump did offer minor details about the wall he plans to build – namely, that a portion of it would not be a wall at all – describing an iteration of the boundary between the two countries that essentially already exists.

“There could be some fencing,” he said. “For certain areas I would [accept a fence], but certain areas, a wall is more appropriate. I’m very good at this, it’s called construction.”

The President-elect’s comments about mass deportations stand at odds with a statement made by Paul Ryan, the highest ranking Republican, on Sunday morning.

“We are not planning on erecting a deportation force. Donald Trump’s not planning on that,” Mr Ryan told CNN.

“I think we should put people’s minds at ease: That is not what our focus is. That is not what we’re focused on. We’re focused on securing the border,” he added. “We think that’s first and foremost, before we get into any other immigration issue, we’ve got to know who’s coming and going into the country – we’ve got to secure the border.”

Paul Ryan should be removed by the Republican Party from his leadership position. He’s an obstacle, not a help.

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