Mark Zuckerberg is Running for President of the United States

To be eligible for the presidency, you must be at least 35 years old. Zuck will be 35 in 2019.

He’s running for president. Get used to it. Think about ways to derail the globalist’s (((globalist.))) There’s still time to get him to change his mind.


Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg attends Omaha’s Pride festival

OMAHA, Neb. —
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited Omaha on Saturday.

Zuckerberg was seen attending the Heartland Pride Festival at Stinson Park, where he met with Mayor Jean Stothert, representatives of the Nebraska AIDS Project and Wells Fargo Bank, among others.

“Of course we ran up and tried to get a picture with him and talk to him,” Nebraska Furniture Mart vendor Joe DeSanti said.

Stothert, according to her spokesperson, talked with Zuckerberg for about 10 minutes about his first-ever visit to the state. She mentioned a few places to see, including the Old Market.

“Until recently, the Nebraska constitution banned gay marriage,” he wrote in a post on — you guessed it — Facebook. “Omaha is more welcoming, but we still have a long way to go. Happy Pride to everyone celebrating this weekend in Omaha and across the country.”

The visit comes months after Zuckerberg announced he would challenge himself to visit around 30 states this year to “learn new things and grow outside of my work.”

Heartland Pride President David Kerr says Zuckerberg’s support sends a big message.

“That’s hugely validating for the work that we’re doing, it’s incredible to lift up what we’re doing to that level,” Kerr said.

Kerr told KETV that the billionaire played a game of Jenga, met some drag queens, shook many hands and took many photos.

“He was super interested to meet people in the community and hear about what they’re doing in and around Omaha, and he had a lot of good follow-up questions and seemed really sincere,” Kerr said.

In recent days, Zuckerberg visited a number of small Iowa towns, including Walcott, home of the World’s Largest Truckstop.


Trump Blocks Stephen King on Twitter

When MILO “abused” Negro actress Leslie Jones on Twitter, he was banned totally from the social media platform. Liberals cheered.

Now, liberals are going after Trump because he doesn’t care to read abusive Tweets. Trump didn’t get any Tweeters banned. He just blocked them from following him. That’s no big deal, but the media is running with this story today to make the nation’s elected leader out to be a monster.

Why, if Trump can block someone on Twitter, the next thing you know is that he’ll be sending storm troopers into newspaper offices to wreck the presses and arrest the editors.

The Australian

Horror author Stephen King has revealed US President Donald Trump has blocked him on Twitter.

The writer joked he “may have to kill myself” after his repeated criticism of the US leader led to Trump taking action on the social media site.

King regularly hits out at Trump on Twitter.

On Tuesday, hours before he revealed he had been blocked, he wrote: “Trump’s cabinet offers a postgraduate-level course in ass-kissing.”

In February he said he “screws up” America’s relationship with Australia and called the Republican “an impulsive, bad-tempered idiot”.

Last week he posted: “Our idiotic president seems to have confused what’s ‘politically correct’ with what is ‘unconstitutional’.”

Lawyers for two Twitter users sent the White House a letter last week demanding they be un-blocked from the @realDonaldTrump account.

Time followed up this story by reporting that author J. K. Rowling (of Harry Potter fame) has offered to send Trump’s Tweets to King. Time also reports that the left is claiming that Trump has no legal right to block anyone from reading a presidential statement.

All of this nonsense reporting is intended to delegitimize the Trump presidency and make it impossible for him to drain the swamp.

Jewish Congressman Introduces “No TRUMP Act”


When will European-Americans learn that Jews do not represent their interests?

They enjoy stirring the pot for its own sake.

Earl Blumenauer has introduced one of the stupidist bills you’re ever going to hear of. Predominantly white Oregon has poor representation in Congress. Are they afraid to be accused of antisemitism and throw this bum out!!!

Oregon Live

Oregon’s own bowtied U.S. representative, Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.), introduced an act on Thursday with an acronym that wasn’t subtle.

The bill, the No Taxpayer Revenue Used to Monetize the Presidency Act, or, the No TRUMP Act, “would prohibit the use of taxpayer dollars to pay for events, overnight stays, food or other expenses at hotels owned or operated by a president or his relatives,” reported USA Today.

“Donald Trump should not be allowed to make money off the presidency,” tweeted Blumenauer Thursday after the bill was introduced.

The bill, which would impact any future president beyond Donald Trump, as well as Trump himself, comes as the issue of taxpayer dollars funding things like Melania Trump’s decision to stay at Trump Tower in New York and Eric Trump’s $97,830 business trip to Uruguay continues to grow.

USA Today points out that since the House and Senate are under Republican control and Trump has to sign legislation into law, the likelihood that the No TRUMP Act will become law is very low.

But, Blumenauer said, according to USA Today,”I think it’s entirely possible that under bizarre circumstances, the combination of public concern and political unease may grow.”

“I believe this would be broadly supported,” he added. “And if something happens that galvanizes public attention, we have something that is ready to go.”

I haven’t been able to find any updates on HR 1452. Perhaps many in Congress recognize a childish bill when they see it and have tied it up in committee.

“Liar, Leaker:” Trump Fans Breathe Sigh of Relief After Friday A.M. Tweet About Comey Breaks Two-Day Silence


Trump Slams “Liar, Leaker” Comey, Claims “Total And Complete Vindication”

After an uncharacteristic two-day social media silence, in which some wondered if White House lawyers had finally taken control of Trump’s iPhone, President Trump broke a nearly two-day silence on Twitter Friday morning to slam James Comey as a “liar” and a “leaker” the day after the fired FBI director’s testimony before Congress.

In the tweet, which may be the first of many, Trump claimed “total and complete vindication” from the Senate Intel Committee hearing, in which Comey likewise accused him of “lies” and requesting the FBI end a criminal investigation.

Despite a brief statement by his private lawyer following Comey’s three hour testimony, Trump had remained silent on Twitter throughout Thursday surprising many, when much of the U.S. was glued to the TV screen, following every word in Comey’s first public comments since the president fired him early last month.

Comey said he believed Trump terminated him over the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, he also revealed that he had authorized a close friend to leak a memo to the NYT. “I didn’t do it myself for a variety of reasons, but I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel,” Comey said. Comey also disclosed that Loretta Lynch had exerted pressure on him during the Hillary Clinton probe.

During the highly charged hearing with the Senate Intelligence Committee, a blunt-talking Comey said that he was “confused” and “concerned” when Trump said in May that he was firing him for undermining the morale of the agency he had led since 2013.

“The administration then chose to defame me, and more importantly, the FBI by saying the organization was in disarray, that it was poorly led, that the workforce had lost confidence in its leader,” Comey said.

We now look forward to Comey’s response, as Trump appears unwilling to let it go.

Another Zerohedge article features Tucker Carlson’s concise analysis of one of the biggest news events in recent memory. In less than seven minutes, Tucker summarizes the entire Comey testimony and questioning.

There’s a lot of amateur legal analysis being posted all over the Internet in relation to Trump and Comey. Obviously, anyone can play amateur lawyer. Here are a few of the better points made in the comments at the Zerohedge pieces.

Handful of Dust froze25 Jun 9, 2017 7:18 AM
Four-Star General leane was interviewed by Cavuto yesterday and said Comey’s story is just that, a story and a lie. He does not beleive Trump said those things to Comey and the meetings did not go as Comey testifed.

Meanwhile, both Bill Bennet and Karl Rove said Comey’s admissions under oath show he should be indicted.

Another interesting fact that proves Comey hangs aorund with a sordid bunch is that the Columbia lawyer Comey gave the ino to leak to the press lives in Brooklyn Heights in THE SAME building as Lena Dunham!

Tell me that’s coincidence!

nmewn FrozenGoodz Jun 9, 2017 8:04 AM
The take aways…

Confirmation the DNC refused the FBI access to its servers, why?

The DNC then hired CrowdStrike, presumably giving them access to its servers, again why?

Lowrenta Lynch ordered Comey to change his language and a call a criminal investigation a “matter”, why?

We learned from the hapless boobs at the NYT’s there are four “past & present government officials who wish to remain anonymous.”

We learned “the leakers” only leaked what they thought damaging to Trump, not that he was never under investigation even though all senators privy to that information knew it yet said nothing.

lester1 Jun 9, 2017 7:08 AM
Jeff Sessions needs to get off his ass and appoint a special prosecutor for Loretta Lynch and James Comey and the murder investigation of DNC email leaker Seth Rich !!

Wtf are you doing Jeff ????

Thom Paine Jun 9, 2017 7:35 AM
Comey has admitted to a number of criminal acts I think.

He admitted leaking FBI information to the media

He admitted leaking FBI information to the media in order to have an effect on the country (ie a counsel)

He admitted he was concerned enough with his meeting with Trump to make a memo of it – instead of going to the DOJ as required by law

He admitted he was concerned with Lynch telling him to not use the word investigation (which was the truth) and agreeing to it, instead of resigning or reporting it.

He demonstrates that he leaked information to the media, but not the truth that Trump was not under investigation – thus showing politcal bias in his job.

There are a few crimes there that I gather the DOJ has no option but to prosecute, how can it not? Since they are also prosecuting Winner for the exact same thing?

Law professor Jonathan Turley suggests that Comey’s leaking of the FBI memo is a crime.

Trump’s Attorney Marc Kasowitz Responds to Leaker and Liar Comey’s Testimony (Text and Video)

President Donald Trump let his lawyer and his son Donald Jr. do his talking and Tweeting for him today.

Tentacle porn has broken into the top of the news cycle today, somewhat derailing the true big story–the Senate testimony of former FBI Director James Comey. I assume that the relationship of Jew reporter Kurt Eichenwald to tentacle porn is intended as a distraction from a story that left the enemies of Donald Trump butt hurt in a bad way.

I’ve bolded the most significant takeaways, which will be analyzed many times over in the next few days.


Below are Kasowitz’s remarks, unedited as prepared for delivery:

I am Marc Kasowitz, President Trump’s personal lawyer.

Contrary to numerous false press accounts leading up to today’s hearing, Mr. Comey has now finally confirmed publicly what he repeatedly told the President privately: The President was not under investigation as part of any probe into Russian interference. He also admitted that there is no evidence that a single vote changed as a result of any Russian interference.

Mr Comey’s testimony also makes clear that the President never sought to impede the investigation into attempted Russian interference in the 2016 election, and in fact, according to Mr. Comey, the President told Mr. Comey “it would be good to find out” in that investigation if there were “some ‘satellite’ associates of his who did something wrong.” And he did not exclude anyone from that statement.

Consistent with that statement, the President never, in form or substance, directed or suggested that Mr. Comey stop investigating anyone, including suggesting that that Mr. Comey “let Flynn go.” As he publicly stated the next day, he did say to Mr. Comey, “General Flynn is a good guy, he has been through a lot,” and also “asked how is General Flynn is doing.” Admiral Rogers testified that the President never “directed to do anything . . . illegal, immoral, unethical or inappropriate” and never “pressured to do so.” Director Coates said the same thing. The President likewise never pressured Mr. Comey.

The President also never told Mr. Comey, “I need loyalty, I expect loyalty” in form or substance. Of course, the Office of the President is entitled to expect loyalty from those who are serving in an administration, and, from before this President took office to this day, it is overwhelmingly clear that there have been and continue to be those in government who are actively attempting to undermine this administration with selective and illegal leaks of classified information and privileged communications. Mr. Comey has now admitted that he is one of these leakers.

Today, Mr. Comey admitted that he unilaterally and surreptitiously made unauthorized disclosures to the press of privileged communications with the President. The leaks of this privileged information began no later than March 2017 when friends of Mr. Comey have stated he disclosed to them the conversations he had with the President during their January 27, 2017 dinner and February 14, 2017 White House meeting. Today, Mr. Comey admitted that he leaked to friends his purported memos of these privileged conversations, one of which he testified was classified. He also testified that immediately after he was terminated he authorized his friends to leak the contents of these memos to the press in order to “prompt the appointment of a special counsel.” Although Mr. Comey testified he only leaked the memos in response to a tweet, the public record reveals that the New York Times was quoting from these memos the day before the referenced tweet, which belies Mr. Comey’s excuse for this unauthorized disclosure of privileged information and appears to entirely retaliatory. We will leave it the appropriate authorities to determine whether this leaks should be investigated along with all those others being investigated.

In sum, it is now established that the President was not being investigated for colluding with the Russians or attempting to obstruct that investigation. As the Committee pointed out today, these important facts for the country to know are virtually the only facts that have not leaked during the long course of these events.

As he said yesterday, the President feels completely vindicated and is eager to continue moving forward with his agenda with this public cloud removed.

Thank you.

NPR digs a bit into Kasowitz’s response. There’ll be ten thousand articles written on today’s testimony and later the books will come out.

Melania Swats Trump’s Hand Away

With nearly 4 million views of the video below in the last few hours, I conclude that lots of people are into the story that First Lady Melania Trump hates the President, her husband, the one and only Donald.

The following story drips with hatred for Trump.

The Daily Beast

Melania’s Swat Proves She Hates Donald Just as Much as America Does

Maybe Melania Trump, a woman who was once photographed for Vanity Fair forking a bowl of expensive necklaces as though they were spaghetti noodles, has more in common with the average American than we initially thought. Like the average American, it appears that she too, cannot stand her husband.

This afternoon in Tel Aviv, President Donald Trump reached for his wife’s hand. Rather than indulge him with human touch, the sort of human touch regular married people who like each other might engage in, the reluctant First Lady swatted his hand away. This wasn’t done backstage before an event, or in the privacy of a place where it was safe to assume there weren’t any cameras. No, Melania has grown bolder in her push to telegraph her disdain for Donald. She did it as she and her husband joined Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife in a photo op. She did it in front of a veritable United Nations of news cameras. She did it so the whole world could see. She doesn’t care if he’s embarrassed, and it completely rules.

And the whole world did see; within minutes, the moment had gone viral. With that swat, Melania had temporarily sated the public’s bottomless appetite to see President Trump denied what he wants in its most viscerally appealing manifestation. Trump wanted his wife to accept him, to join him in acting like a normal human couple for the cameras instead of an orb-fondling wannabe despot. Seeing tweets about a judge striking down an immigration ban, or watching a Trump surrogate make an ass of themselves on cable news just doesn’t taste as delicious to a victory-starved liberal as the image of a woman slapping Trump’s hand away. For the millions who continue to be horrified by the Trump era, there’s nothing more zeitgeisty in 2017 than Trump schadenfreude porn. And there’s nobody more well-positioned to deliver it than our Ice Queen First Lady.

The excerpt you’ve just read was written by a woman whom I take to be a sour feminist.

Does Melania hate the Donald? Or is the press working overtime to indulge in their Trump Derangement Syndrome?

Trump Calls “witch hunt” on Russia Accusations


Tweeter @redpilldropper notes that (((they))) want a civil war. Apparently, they can’t stand losing so they would rather destroy the country in hopes of a more overtly form of Communist dictatorship after the war ends in (((their))) favor. They are collectivists in their hearts, minds, and souls.

Trump responds to their hatred and divisiveness:

NBC News

President Donald Trump on Thursday declared himself the target of a “witch hunt” a day after the Justice Department announced the appointment of a special counsel to investigate alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

“With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel (sic) appointed!” he weighed in Thursday morning on Twitter, his favored form of communication.

“This is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history!” he followed up.

With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special councel appointed!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 18, 2017

At a White House lunch with anchors on Thursday, Trump was asked about the appointment of a special counsel.

“I believe it hurts our country terribly, because it shows we’re a divided, mixed-up, not-unified country,” the president said. “And we have very important things to be doing right now, whether it’s trade deals, whether it’s military, whether it’s stopping nuclear…And I think this shows a very divided country.

Trump added, “It also happens to be a pure excuse for the Democrats having lost an election that they should have easily won because of the Electoral College being slanted so much in their way. That’s all this is. I think it shows division, and it shows that we’re not together as a country. And I think it’s a very, very negative thing. And hopefully, this can go quickly, because we have to show unity if we’re going to do great things with respect to the rest of the world.”

At a joint press conference later with Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos, Trump said he “respects” the naming of a special counsel but added, “I hate to see anything that divides” the country.

The president again insisted there was “zero” collusion with the Russians. “There is not collusion between, certainly myself and my campaign, but I can only speak for myself,” Trump said. “Believe me, there’s no collusion.”

Trump also directly responded to reports that he asked then-FBI Director James Comey to stop the investigation into former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, saying “no” twice when he was asked at the press conference if he tried to halt the probe. “Next question,” the president said.

And Trump called talk of impeachment “ridiculous — everybody thinks so.”