GOP Senator Bob Corker: Trump is setting up the country for World War III

TRUMP AND CORKER. A FRIENDLY RELATIONSHIP GONE BAD.

Either Tennessee Senator Bob Corker knows something that the public doesn’t know or else he’s irresponsibly scaring the public with his talk of World War III.

A frightened public is much easier to control. Controlling people is what government bureaucrats (and RINOs like Corker) are all about.

While this distraction is engaging our attention, what are (((they))) trying to pull off elsewhere. You might conclude that they’re trying to divert our attention away from the Las Vegas massacre, which has drawn a huge amount of public scrutiny suggesting (((Deep State))) involvement.

The Hill

Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) said that President Trump’s threats to other countries could put the U.S. “on the path to World War III.”

Corker told The New York Times Sunday that Trump was treating the presidency like “a reality show” and acts “like he’s doing ‘The Apprentice’ or something.”

“He concerns me,” Corker told The Times. “He would have to concern anyone who cares about our nation.”

Corker’s comments come after Trump attacked the senator in a series of tweets on Sunday.

“Senator Bob Corker “begged” me to endorse him for re-election in Tennessee. I said ‘NO’ and he dropped out (said he could not win without…..my endorsement). He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said “NO THANKS.” He is also largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal!” Trump tweeted.

“…Hence, I would fully expect Corker to be a negative voice and stand in the way of our great agenda. Didn’t have the guts to run!” Trump added.

“It’s a shame the White House has become an adult day care center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning,” Corker fired back in a tweet earlier Sunday.

Corker disputed Trump’s account to The Times, saying that Trump had asked him to run and promised to endorse him if he did.

Zerohedge

Prominent Tennessee Senator Fails To Disclose Millions In Hedge Fund, Real Estate Investments

His report for 2014 didn’t include a gain of between $304,000 and $1.4 million in hedge fund Gerber/Taylor.

In 2013, he failed to disclose a gain of between $100,001 and $1 million in hedge fund TSW II. And in 2012, he made a gain of $1.2 million in Pointer (QP) LP, though his previous statement reported income of $100,001 to $1 million from the hedge fund.

The amendments also show that he failed to disclose a 2014 investment in Gerber/Taylor of between $500,001 and $1 million and a 2013 investment in Pointer of between $1 million and $5 million.

The senator also underreported rental income from his commercial real-estate investments in Corker Properties, a company he founded years before being elected to the Senate.

As a result of the accounting error, Mr. Corker’s new forms show additional income of at least $3.8 million between 2007 and 2014 from his commercial real-estate holdings.

Drain the swamp, Donald!

If Hillary were President Today …

… she would be busy issuing an emergency order banning guns and demonizing white males, speculates Eric Peters.

Excerpt from Eric Peters Autos

Trump is like a set of studded tires. They suck most of the time, but then comes a blizzard – and you are grateful.

Just so now.

If he were not jefe and instead we had her instead, it is probable that – before this day is out, an emergency executive order would emanate from Washington, outlawing the possession of “weapons of war” (as she has styled them) by other-than-government-workers and, of course, the people such as this Stephen Paddock character. The laws – and strict punishments – that attend murder didn’t much persuade him. It is doubtful new laws would have much if any power to restrain the next Paddock.

Most people understand this.

So does she, incidentally. It is why she has a cordon of heavily armed protectors with her whenever she goes out and around her the rest of the time, too. Those guns do not “kill,” apparently.

Yet some people will still plead for “sensible” measures. Meaning, criminalize the possession of firearms by people who’ve not shot anyone. Put them in prison because someone else did.

It makes all kinds of sense.

But 200 people! Only “weapons of war” could facilitate such carnage! Well, no. Shooting people is actually a very inefficient way to kill lots of people. Ask Heinrich Himmler, the Reichsfuhrer of the German SS. It became a chore to do away with people one bullet at a time. Hence the gas.

Or, explosives.

Until this Vegas thing, the most deadly mass killing at an American school was not done with guns but with bombs. In Bath Township, Michigan in 1927. Andrew Kehoe planted several bombs, some of which went off (but not all). He succeeded in killing 38 kids and about 60 others. It is interesting that fewer people have ever heard of this massacre than remember a third tall building collapsed on 911. Everyone knows “Columbine,” meanwhile.

Warum – as they say in Germany?

Undoubtedly, it is because bombs don’t fit the agenda, notwithstanding their superior effectiveness at killing large numbers of people. Hence, “Bath” it is not a trigger word brayed unctuously by the media donkeys and, of course, her.

There is also a racial fritz.

She would have had a field day with this Paddock guy, a “deplorable” in every way, it appears. Old and white. Likely disgruntled. No official news yet, but he probably will turn out to not like “people of color” (white people being, of course, translucent).

Hillary Clinton Plays Fast and Loose with the Truth in Attack on Trump’s War on NFL

EVEN HE GROWS TIRED OF LISTENING TO HER.

You know what the controversy is all about so we don’t need to go into the details again. Instead, let’s see what Hillary said then break it down.

Washington Examiner

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Monday said President Trump’s recent remarks about NFL protests and the statements were “deeply troubling.”

“Well, I think it’s deeply troubling that the president would be attacking black athletes for expressing their opinions peacefully… And I just couldn’t help thinking that he has attacked these black athletes for peacefully protesting, but he doesn’t really attack white supremacists, neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klanners, or Vladimir Putin, who interfered in our election,” Clinton told SiriusXM host Zerlina Maxwell on Monday.

First, Hillary would find it “deeply troubling” that a political figure, the guy who beat her, no less, has had the guts to call out anti-white, anti-police, anti-American Negros for their mischief.

In America, the unspoken rules are that you’re never allowed to say anything bad about the Negro.

Hillary may have forgotten that she called out young blacks as “super predators” back in the 90s, which some people found “deeply troubling.” But that was the old Hillary who had to try to appeal to white voters to help her partner in crime get re-elected to the presidency.

Second, Hillary is upset because Trump is attacking black athletes (whose incomes put them in the 1 percent) for protesting peacefully. Hillary attacked Trump supporters who were peaceful. You remember what she called us–“deplorables.”

Third, Hillary just can’t stop lying. The truth is not in her. Her claim that Trump has not criticized the KKK and Nazis is going to make her nose grow.

Following the Charlottesville incident, Trump famously criticized “both sides.” Stop lying Hillary.

Finally, contra to Hillary’s claim, there is NO evidence that Putin interfered in the election she lost.

Trump has never said that he would deny the right of blacks to protest. Rather he’s against on-the-job protests that involve disrespecting the American flag and the National Anthem.

Shame on you Hillary, you liar. Just go away and shut up.

Your nose is gonna grow.

Hillary Clinton Says that Women Trump Supporters are “publicly disrespecting themselves”

Bitter, clueless, spiteful Hillary Clinton has found dozens of people to blame for her loss to Donald Trump. Here she goes after women. It’s like she expected to get the women’s vote without earning it.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

Hillary Clinton said that women who support President Donald Trump are ‘publicly disrespecting themselves’ and that he is doing ‘worse than I thought’.

In an interview on Saturday on MSNBC’s AM Joy, the 2016 presidential hopeful said she was surprised by women who supported Trump given his past contentious remarks – including the ‘grab them by the p****’ controversy.

‘When I see women doing that, I think: “Why are they publicly disrespecting themselves?”,’ Clinton told host Joy Reid.

‘”Why are they opening the door to have someone say that about them in their workplace? In a community setting? Do they not see the connection there?'”

Clinton gave the response when Reid asked her about women at Trump rallies who wore profane T-shirts ‘that used the b-word, the c-word about you.’

‘And I think that’s one of the problems with sexism,’ Clinton continued.

‘We had such a public and still an ongoing movement to expand civil rights. Again, I’m proud of the progress, but we still have a lot of problems we have to confront.’

“… problems we have to confront.” Yes, like too many Christian women, too many heterosexual women, too many white women, too many women who want children, too many women opposed to abortion, and so forth.

To liberals like Hillary (or should I say Marxists like Hillary), they always need to find new problems that only big government can “solve.”

What a tiresome person she is.

She also said it was ‘troubling’ to hear people chanting ‘Lock her up’ in reference to jailing her over deleted emails.
‘It was deeply troubling on several levels,’ Clinton said.

‘And I try to unpack this, because first of all it’s not pleasant to be called names and to be subjected to the kind of insults that come across the online media all the time, which we see when women express an opinion.’

Despite the campaign being over, the chants of ‘Lock her up’ have not ended at Trump events. The crowd chanted the phrase on Friday during Trump’s speech at a rally for Alabama Senate candidate Luther Strange.

Trump responded to the crowd, saying they should talk to Attorney General Jeff Sessions about that.

This comment at the Daily Mail made me laugh: “Heaven does not want Hillary and the Devil is afraid she’ll take over.”

What Happened? The long list of who Hillary Clinton blames

It looks like for a while there’s going to be at least one Hillary Clinton post per day. She’s on a wild and crazy streak, spouting out more and more nonsense.

America dodged a bullet. ABC = Anybody But Clinton.

In this long piece, Hillary admits that people don’t like her, but she also blames many factors for her 2016 loss, including WHITE RESENTMENT.

There’s so much that could be said about this evil creature, but let her speak in her own words.

BBC

The beauty of Hillary Clinton’s new book title, What Happened, is it can be interpreted in so many ways.

Perhaps it’s a definitive account of the 2016 presidential election. “Here’s what happened”.

Maybe it’s an exclamation, like someone reacting to an unexpectedly loud noise (or an electoral earthquake). “Yikes! What happened!?”

Then again, it could be a stern mom, who just walked in on the mess her children (the voters) made in the living room. “Whaaaaat happened …”

Or is she the dazed boxer, picking herself up off the canvas after getting knocked out by a surprise punch from her opponent.

“Wha-, wha-, what happened???”

It’s up to readers to decide for themselves, but in Mrs Clinton’s recent interviews and in her book, which was formally released on Tuesday, she offers plenty of explanations from which to choose.

Here’s a list of just some of the factors to blame for the fact that she’s hitting book stores across the country, while Donald Trump is redecorating the Oval Office.

James Comey
“If not for the dramatic intervention of the FBI director in the final days we would have won the White House.”

This isn’t the first time Mrs Clinton has said the former FBI director – who wrote a letter informing Congress that he had reopened the investigation into the handling of classified material on Mrs Clinton’s personal email server as secretary of state – is the main culprit behind her defeat.

In her book, Mrs Clinton calls the use of that server a “dumb mistake”, but the resulting scandal was “even dumber”. And in Mrs Clinton’s eyes, Mr Comey’s blame for the matter extends to his public announcement that he would not bring charges against Mrs Clinton, despite the fact that she had been “extremely careless” in her handling of classified material.

“I don’t know quite what audience he was playing to, other than maybe some right-wing commentators, right-wing members of Congress, whatever,” Mrs Clinton said of Mr Comey’s press conference in July 2016.

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New Hillary Clinton CBS Interview Exposes Her Seething Hatred of White People

Hillary Clinton gave an interview on Sunday. Her distaste for white working people shines through. It’s all about her.

Fox News

Hillary Clinton said Sunday in her first TV interview since Election Day that she was just “gobsmacked, wiped out” after losing the presidential election to Donald Trump.

Clinton, who is releasing a new memoir Tuesday titled “What Happened” that points fingers and accepts responsibility for her defeat, also told CBS News’ “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley that she won’t ever run for office again.

“I am done with being a candidate, but I’m not done with politics because I believe that our country’s future is at stake,” Clinton said during the interview at her home in Chappaqua, New York.

Asked how she was doing, Clinton confessed that the loss still stings.

“I think I am good, but that doesn’t mean I’m complacent or resolved about what happened,” she said. “It’s still painful.”

She said on election night she felt like she let everybody down.

“I had not drafted a concession speech,” Clinton said. “I had been working on a victory speech.”

She said post-election she went off on a “frenzy of closet cleaning,” drinking Chardonnay and walks in the woods. She recommends doing yoga.

“I couldn’t feel, I couldn’t think,” Clinton said. “I was just gobsmacked, wiped out.”

Clinton said she never thought of not going to Trump’s inauguration as a former first lady.

“And so there I was on the platform, you know, feeling like an out of body experience,” she said. “And then this speech [by Trump], a cry from the white nationalist gut.”

She said that during the campaign Trump was quite successful “referencing a nostalgia” that would give hope, comfort and settle grievances for millions of people upset about gains made by others.

“Millions of white people,” Pauley asked.

“Yeah, millions of white people,” Clinton replied.

Clinton also defended her “basket of deplorables” comment about Trump supporters in the interview.

“Well, I thought Trump was behaving in a deplorable manner,” she said. “I thought a lot of his appeals to voters were deplorable. I thought his behavior as we saw on the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape was deplorable. And there were a large number of people who didn’t care. It didn’t matter to them.”

Clinton said she didn’t believer her deplorable comment energized Trump voters.

“They were already energized,” she said.

Clinton said she practiced what she would do if Trump came up behind her during the debates and then she said when he did at the second debate in St. Louis, she became flustered.

“It was so discombobulating,” she told Pauley. “And so — while I’m answering questions, my mind is going, ‘OK, do I keep my composure? Do I act like a president? Am I the person that people can trust in the end to make hard decisions?’ Or do I wheel around and say, ‘Get outta my space. Back up, you creep.’ Well, you know, I didn’t do the latter.”

The interview concluded with Clinton saying the U.S. had a reality show that led to the election of a president. “He ends up in the Oval Office,” she said of Trump .”He says, ‘Boy, it’s so much harder than I thought it would be. This is really tough. I had no idea.’ Well, yeah, because it’s not a show. It’s real. It’s reality, for sure.”

“What Happened” is being published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS.

The memoir, which dishes on Bernie Sanders, former FBI Director James Comey and Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as Trump, has some Democratic Party wags worried.

Coming so soon after the election, it’s poised to re-live the 2016 campaign drama in the media for weeks, if not months, to come – as Democrats try to prepare for the 2018 midterms while also battling the Trump agenda.

Clinton already is taking some criticism — complete with mockery from late-night television hosts — for planning book-tour stops in the Great Lakes and Midwestern states that ultimately cost her the election. But she writes that her campaign had more staff and spent more on advertising in both Michigan and Pennsylvania, two states she lost, than President Barack Obama did when he won them in 2012.

She acknowledges that “if there’s one place where we were caught by surprise, it was Wisconsin,” saying that polls showed her ahead until the end. But while she did not visit the state in the fall, she noted that her surrogates blanketed the state.

In Wisconsin, Democratic pollster Paul Maslin called it a “bitter irony” that Clinton is now trying to reach voters — or consumers — in states he believes her campaign mostly ignored.

But he said it’s ultimately a sideshow from a has-been.

Here’s hoping that her book (which was surely ghostwritten) is a great big bomb.

Saturday Night Fight Proves Black Males are Superior to White Men in Every Way

By now you may have heard that the black man beat the white man in Vegas on Saturday night, thus proving that the black man is superior in every way to the white man.

Well, if you’re skeptical about black supremacy, you have every right to feel that way. The press always casts these things in terms of race, as if one person or team can tell us anything meaningful about which race is superior.

Sure, if I followed boxing, which is a bore to me, I would root for the white guy. Just like blacks and browns root for the black guy.

Which proves that race is real and that loyalty to one’s race comes naturally. But in the end, the color that really matters to these people is green. As in $100,000,000 paydays.

Excerpt from Vox

With McGregor’s smack talk devolving further into racial offensiveness, and Mayweather’s history of domestic abuse allegations and his own offensive smack talk, some question the very ethics of watching the fight. As the New Yorker’s Kelefa Sanneh poses, “Who’s worse?” His answer: They’re both terrible. Same answer for ESPN columnist LZ Granderson, writing for the Undefeated — neither of these men are worth rooting for.

The press conferences leading up to Saturday’s fight has been rife with tension, bypassing entertainment for cringe-worthiness. Mayweather couldn’t refrain from calling McGregor a “pussy” and a “bitch” during their tour. McGregor’s been pegged for using racial slights against Mayweather, like telling him to “dance for me, boy,” despite his insistence that he can’t be racist because he’s “black from the belly button down.” (And yet, racially loaded insults wouldn’t be a first for McGregor). As this fight is being not-so-subtly promoted on racial rivalry, it’s taking place at a moment when white supremacists and neo-Nazis square off with racial justice activists every weekend.

And naturally, it’s all being done for money. Saturday’s fight looks to break Mayweather’s Pay-Per-View record and will likely generate sky-high payouts. Both competitors will deepen their pockets, no matter who wins or loses.

Now imagine a new phenomenon: MMA, or mixed-martial arts, with predominantly white stars — boxing has predominantly black stars.

And imagine a thirst of the viewing public for having a spectacle.

And then imagine it’s set on the backdrop of an undefeated boxer looking to conclude his legacy by taking on this new challenger, not just for him but for his sport. If you look at this on a social dynamic, not only is Floyd Mayweather fighting for the survival of boxing, and to prove that boxing is a superior sport over MMA. I think, he’s also fighting for victory for blacks and Latinos, who primarily watch boxing, over blue-collar, white Americans who watch mixed martial arts. On the other side, you have people who hate brash, African-American boxers, and have labeled them as all flash, and they’re rooting for a guy who says he’s mastered numerous styles of fighting, in Conor McGregor.

Now this is bigger than a fight, or the supremacy of one sport, or the legacy of a boxer, or the legacy of MMA as a sport. When you look at the racial environment, now it’s black versus white. Now it’s Donald Trump supporters versus people of color.

That last crack about Donald Trump supporters is typical of a bigoted, biased (((press.)))

Trump Tweeted about a 2014 Mayweather fight. No racism here:

Over an hour of a post-fight press conference, which I haven’t watched because I don’t care. However, over 600,000 people watched this in the immediate aftermath of the fight.