Ramzpaul Answers Why Trump Fired Comey (Video)

Three minutes of common sense mixed with comedy. (((Jared))) written in the snow in urine? Where does Ramzpaul come up with this comedy gold?

Published on May 10, 2017

President Donald Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey, sweeping away the man who is responsible for the bureau’s investigation into whether members of his campaign team colluded with Russia in its interference in last year’s election.

Jew Kurt Eichenwald: I Want Republicans To Watch Their Families ‘Lose Insurance’ And ‘Die’

Oy vey! Why do I have to keep posting antisemitic posts? Isn’t it possible for a day to pass without a prominent Jew making some obnoxious, hateful remarks?

Kurt Eichenwald could be the poster boy for the modern Jew liberal, filled with hate for traditional white America.

Daily Caller

Senior Newsweek writer Kurt Eichenwald wants innocent people to suffer and die in order to prove a point.

Eichenwald said on Twitter Friday night that he hopes every Republican who voted in favor of the American Health Care Act on Thursday sees a family member come down with a serious “long term” illness and lose their insurance before dying. When challenged, Eichenwald doubled down. “I want them to be tortured,” he said of Republicans who supported the AHCA. He added: “I want the [Republicans] who supported this to feel the pain in their own families.”

In another tweet, Eichenwald spread the false claim that Republican congressmen celebrated the AHCA’s passage by drinking beer, saying their loved ones should die as a result.

In addition to his position at Newsweek, Eichenwald describes himself on Twitter as a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and a contributor for MSNBC. Newsweek did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

When you read or watch mainstream news, you’re likely to be reading the words of a twisted, distorted mind like Kurt Eichenwald’s. He’s a disgrace to his chosen profession. Is he even human?

You may remember Eichenwald has epilepsy and claims to have suffered a seizure when a “Nazi” troll, now under indictment, sent him a strobe effect Tweet. Hopefully, Kurt’s hate will come back to bite him in butt one day.

Code Pink Kebab Going to Jail for Disrupting Jeff Sessions Senate Hearing


Actually, since I can’t find any biographical information on the woman that the press says was convicted for laughing at Attorney General Jeff Sessions, it’s best to say that whatever ethnicity she is, she’s a professional protester who really needs to see some jail time.

Snopes reports that the kebab (or married to a kebab at one time?) has been previously arrested for assaulting a cop and disorderly conduct.

The liberal press is reporting that the Code Pink scum was arrested for laughing. Not so. Fake news.

The sand turd was busted for disrupting a Congressional hearing and then fighting the police when she was asked to leave. Two others were also convicted of the same crime yesterday.

NBC News

An activist was convicted Wednesday on criminal misdemeanor charges for laughing during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing.

Desiree Fairooz, 61, a long-time member of activist group Code Pink, was arrested on January 10 during the hearing’s opening statements. Tighe Barry and Lenny Bianchi, also members of Code Pink — who were dressed as members of the Ku Klux Klan as commentary on what Code Pink describes as Sessions’ racist past — were also arrested for causing a disruption.

Barry and Bianchi were escorted out of the Kennedy Caucus Room and arrested first. Less than 30 minutes after the two men were removed from the room, Fairooz was removed and arrested, according to a government motion.

Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby testified during his opening statement that Sessions’ record of “treating all Americans equally under the law is clear and well-documented,” and it was following this remark that Fairooz is alleged to have let out a laugh.

The government motion describes two bouts of laughter.

“In response to this statement, Defendant Fairooz, who had been sitting with Defendants Barry and Bianchi before their disruption and removal, let out aloud [sic] burst of laughter, followed by a second louder burst of laughter,” the document reads.

But Ariel Gold, campaign director for Code Pink who was sitting near Fairooz in the Kennedy Caucus Room, told NBC News that the noise was less than a cough.

“I would describe it as a reflex. It was such an appalling statement for Senator Shelby to make … this is such an absurdity that Mr. Sessions has a record of treating Americans equally, that she just reflexively let out a noise,” Gold said. “I was sitting about two people away, and I would say the noise was quieter than a cough.”

The case went to trial on Monday and closing arguments were made on Tuesday.

Fairooz was found guilty of disrupting Congress and parading/demonstrating on Wednesday afternoon, according to U.S. Attorney spokesman Bill Miller. Barry and Bianchi were each found guilty of parading/demonstrating and unlawful display but were found not guilty of disrupting Congress.

Miller said each charge is a misdemeanor with a statutory maximum of six months in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.

“Since CODEPINK formed at the start of the Iraq war, we have continuously been in the halls of Congress and in the streets standing up against war, militarism, and hatred. That Tighe, Lenny, and Desiree were convicted for peacefully protesting the hatred and racism of Jeff Sessions is an affront to justice and contrary to the kind of peaceful tolerant world we all deserve to live in,” a group spokesperson said in a statement emailed to NBC News.

Code Pink’s statement drips with hatred for the rule of law and for civility. The women need to go to jail and actually ali-Fairooz should be deported afterward, even if she were born in America. We’ve let too many of these America haters and their sense of entitlement stay in the country. Ship her to North Korea and let her try protesting Kim Jong Un.

Breaking! Obamacare Repeal Set to be Passed by House Tomorrow

I’m skeptical of any bill the RINO leadership has come up with. Do you blame me?


The Republicans are giving Obamacare repeal another try, and this time they may succeed.

Just a few hours after we reported that “Obamacare repeal suddenly looks possible” when two key Republicans – Fred Upton and Billy Long – flipped and decided to support the GOP healthcare bill, leading to immediate speculation the bill has enough support, the WSJ reported that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters Wednesday evening the House will vote on Thursday on the Republican bill to replace most of Obamacare: “we will be voting on the health-care bill tomorrow because we have enough votes.”

When asked by a reporter about whether the bill would have to be pulled from the floor again for lack of support, McCarthy replied: “Would you have confidence? We’re going to pass it. We’re going to pass it. Let’s be optimistic about life.”

McCarthy also cited an insurer pulling out of the ObamaCare exchanges in Iowa Wednesday as a reason the law needs to be quickly repealed. “That’s why we have to make sure this passes. To save these people from ObamaCare, which continues to collapse.”

And so just like at the end of March, when the GOP was confident it had whipped enough names, only to pull the vote in the last moment, the announcement once again sets up a high-stakes vote that is expected to come down to the wire. The House GOP bill, if passed, would roll back much of the 2010 health-care law, replacing its subsidies with a system of tax credits largely tied to age.

Until Wednesday, Republican leaders had struggled to secure the 216 votes they need to pass the bill, which is expected to receive no Democratic support. They pulled the bill from the floor in late March, when conservatives and centrists defected and it became clear the legislation didn’t have the support to pass. Last week, GOP leaders also opted not to vote on the bill ahead of Trump’s first 100 days in office.

In any case, McCarthy sounded optimistic about its prospects Wednesday night. “We will pass this bill,” he said. Majority Whip Steve Scalise credited a last-minute amendment from the Upton with drawing new support to the bill. The amendment added spending aimed at bolstering protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions, providing up to $8 billion over five years.

“Some members came together and made some final changes that first and foremost helped people with pre-existing conditions even more and helps lower premiums for people across the board,” Mr. Scalise said. “It helped a number of members get there that weren’t yet.”

And, in pulling yet another page from the Democrats’ playbook, the House will pass the vote first before finding out what’s in it: the vote will take place without waiting for a new Congressional Budget Office analysis of Upton’s changes or the amendment from Rep. Tom MacArthur that won over the House Freedom Caucus. That analysis will eventually provide the details of the bill’s effects on coverage and its cost. For now however, Republicans are just scrambling to take advantage of this rare moment of agreement and get something finally done.

I fear that Washington has given us another trainwreck.

Disappointing $1 Trillion Spending Bill Omits Funding for Trump’s Wall


The shutdown of the United States government has been averted. Is that good news or bad? It might depend on your perspective. An extended shutdown might prove that for the average person, we don’t need the federal government.

To avert a shutdown, the Republican party has jettisoned Trump’s Wall and his crackdown on sanctuary cities.

Fox News

Republican and Democratic lawmakers forged a $1.07 trillion spending package that would fund the government through the end of September, but does not include some of President Trump’s cornerstone promises including funding for a border wall or funding cuts to sanctuary cities.

The proposed legislation has no funding for Trump’s oft-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, but does set aside $1.5 billion for border security measures such as additional detention beds. It does give Trump a $12.5 billion down payment on his request to strengthen the military, a figure which could rise to $15 billion should Trump present Congress with a plan for fighting the Islamic State terror group. The proposed $15 billion amounts to half of Trump’s original $30 billion request.

Trump said at nearly every campaign stop last year that Mexico would pay for the proposed 2,000-mile border wall, a claim Mexican leaders have broadly rejected. The White House sought nearly $1.4 billion in taxpayer dollars for the wall and related costs in the spending bill, but Trump later relented and said the issue could wait until September.

With language about the border wall omitted, Democratic leaders praised the effort.

“The bill ensures taxpayer dollars aren’t used to fund an ineffective border wall, excludes poison pill riders, and increases investments in programs that the middle class relies on, like medical research, education and infrastructure,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said in a statement

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., echoed Schumer’s praise, saying in a separate statement “the omnibus does not fund President Trump’s immoral and unwise border wall or create a cruel new deportation force.”

The White House also backed away from language to take away grants from sanctuary cities that do not share information about people’s immigration status with federal authorities.

The House and Senate have until 11:59 p.m. Friday to approve the bill, which would avert a government shutdown. If passed, the catchall spending bill would be the first major piece of bipartisan legislation to advance during Trump’s short tenure in the White House. The measure is assured of winning bipartisan support in votes this week, but it’s unclear how much support the measure will receive from GOP conservatives and how warmly it will be received by the White House.

Democratic votes will be needed to pass the measure even though Republicans control both the White House and Congress. The minority party has been actively involved in the talks, which appear headed to produce a lowest common denominator measure that won’t look too much different than the deal that could have been struck on Obama’s watch last year.

Bloomberg focuses on the nuts and bolts of the law rather than the politics of it.

An excerpt:

GOP leaders eager to focus on health-care and tax overhauls bowed to Democratic demands to eliminate hundreds of policy restrictions aimed at curbing regulations, leaving the Trump administration with few victories.

The White House sought funding to begin building the border wall, as well as $18 billion in cuts to domestic agencies, and both demands were rebuffed. The spending deal includes money for Planned Parenthood, despite Republican demands to defund the group over its provision of abortions.

Trump will be able to point to a $15 billion boost for the Pentagon, although $2.5 billion of that money is contingent on the administration delivering a new plan to fight Islamic State. It also falls well short of the $30 billion he had originally requested.

Trump will get $1.5 billion for border security, but it can’t be used for the border wall or additional Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, according to one congressional aide. There are also no new restrictions on money going to so-called sanctuary cities that don’t fully enforce federal immigration laws.

Very disappointing, indeed. I think Paul Ryan is the culprit here. But it’s not a done deal. The votes may not be there for passage.

While Republicans control the House, Senate and the White House, congressional Democrats held some leverage in the talks because their votes will be needed in the Senate, and likely the House, for passage of the bill.

The Senate needs 60 votes to advance legislation, meaning the 52 Republicans will need help from at least eight Democrats.

In the House, passing a spending bill for the remainder of fiscal 2017 was always going to be a challenge. A solid bloc of fiscal conservatives regularly oppose big spending bills, and House Republicans have had to rely on some Democratic votes consistently since taking over the majority in 2011. Sixteen House Republicans on Friday voted against the one-week extension of current spending that kept government open.

Campaign Ad: Heroic White SC Congressional Candidate Sheri Few Calls Out Cowardly Race Traitors Who Voted to Remove Confederate Flag


South Carolina District Five Congressional candidate Sheri Few released an attack advertisement against two of her opponents who voted for removing the Confederate flag from the State House grounds.

Clutching an AR-15, Few blasts Tommy Pope and Ralph Norman for voting for the flag’s removal in the wake of the racially-motivated shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.

“Weak politicians are too quick to blame a horrible tragedy on a flag or a gun or even free speech, and that’s how bad laws are made,” Few said.

Both Pope and Norman were among the 97 House lawmakers who voted to remove the flag on July 9, 2015 in the weeks following the murders of nine African-American parishioners by Dylann Roof. Roof admitted to the crime and said he hoped it would start a race war. Roof was eventually tried, convicted, and sentenced to death by the federal government in 2016.

Jews Claim Antisemitism Kept Jon Ossoff Below 50 Percent in Georgia Congressional Race



Oy vey! What’s with the antisemitism claim? Did someone write “Kike” on his campaign signs or draw swastikas?

No, so what we have here is he usual false claim that muh poor Jews are so persecuted.

(((The press))) nicknamed Ossoff the Trump slayer. Trump is still standing. I’m not sure about Ossoff.


Democrat Jon Ossoff, who placed first in the special election for Georgia’s sixth congressional district with 48% of the vote but who needed 50% to avoid a runoff, overcame a great deal of adversity.

The 30-year-old political neophyte beat back charges that he didn’t live in the reddish district, which previously elected the likes of Tom Price and Newt Gingrich. The NRA falsely accused Ossoff of growing up in dreaded Washington DC in a commercial. Meanwhile, Republican attack ads showing him as a college student cavorting in a Han Solo costume only seemed to improve his star power.

But some competitors in the race sought to burden Ossoff with one more handicap: his religion.

And in the Atlanta area, one’s belief system can spell trouble for someone, as it did more than 100 years ago.

After all, it was in Atlanta where the infamous Leo Frank case occurred. It’s a story that former Democratic Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, who works with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told my students at a talk about one year ago.

Frank, a Jewish executive at the National Pencil Factory, was accused of murdering 13-year-old Mary Phagan back in 1913. He was convicted on evidence so flimsy that the outgoing Georgia Governor overturned the death sentence, commuting it to life in prison. A mob chased Governor John Slaton from office, and then turned their wrath on Frank, dragging him from prison and lynching him. Then ringleaders helped restart the Klan. Evidence shows Jews in Atlanta faced a great level of insecurity after this incident.

Though Georgia is hardly a hotbed of anti-Semitism, as it was in the days of Leo Frank, five years ago someone painted a swastika on a public utility unit right near my house, not far from the district Ossoff hopes to represent. I painted it over, and it has never reappeared.

And at Augusta collegiate campuses, and others across the country, leaflets touting “protection of European heritage” or “European Christian heritage” have recently been distributed. The languages merits scrutiny. When I moved to Georgia in 2001, the term “Judeo-Christian heritage” was far more common.

Will Kremer, reporting for georgiapol.com, observed that one of the Republican candidates in the race, Mohammad Ali Bhuiyan, wrote on his campaign’s Facebook page, “As you know, Jon Ossoff (an Orthodox Jew) has already accepted millions from special interest groups and will be under the control of Jared Kushner (Trump’s Son-in-Law) and in turn under the control of Donald Trump.”

Other Facebook posts also highlighted the “connection” between Kushner and Ossoff.

Bhuiyan, a Muslim Republican who ultimately won a scant .022 percent of the vote in the special election, also took shots at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution at a candidate forum, calling it a “Jewish-owned newspaper.”

Ossoff, who marketed himself as a moderate, also found it necessary to criticize the “deeply offensive” words from his political mentor, Rep. Hank Johnson, who labeled Jewish settlers in Israel as “termites,” according to the Atlanta Jewish Times. But that didn’t keep the Democrat from being accused of having ties to Al-Jazeera, “a mouthpiece for terrorists,” in a commercial funded by a super PAC affiliated with House speaker Paul Ryan (Ossoff’s documentary film production company counted the cable channel as a client).

By and large, the election was conducted professionally, with little mention of Ossoff’s religion — until he opened his large lead. Did that help or hurt him? On one hand, the former congressional aide received more than twice as many votes as the four more politically experienced Republicans who finished after him; Ossoff came within a whisker of winning outright in a district that hasn’t elected a Democrat to Congress since 1979.

On the other hand, who knows if Ossoff just barely missed the 50% mark because of the injection of his Jewish faith into the contest.

His “faith” my ass. This Christ killer who claims to be one of “God’s chosen people” has some nerve. Judaism if a religion that in reality is a system of Jewish racial supremacy intended to enslave all other peoples.

The people of Atlanta, blacks included, better get Jew wise real quick. Where is Louis Farrakhan now that we need him?