Yuuuuuge Trump Rally Tonight in Pensacola: “get out and vote for Roy Moore”

President Donald Trump traveled to the coastal city of Pensacola, Florida Friday night to hold a campaign-style rally.

Amid chants of “lock her up” Trump emphasized how important it was for the neighboring state of Alabama to send Roy Moore to the United States Senate.

During the rally the President mentions Friday’s news in which one of Judge Moore’s accusers admitted to forging material in her high school yearbook, a crucial piece of evidence in the case against Senate candidate Moore.

Excerpt from CNN

President Donald Trump urged Alabama voters to “get out and vote for Roy Moore” in Tuesday’s Senate special election.

“Do it. Do it,” he said Friday night at a campaign-style rally in Pensacola, Florida — 25 miles from the Alabama state line.

“We cannot afford — this country, the future of this country — cannot afford to lose a seat in the very, very close United States Senate. We can’t afford it, folks. We can’t,” Trump said. “We can’t afford to have a liberal Democrat who is completely controlled by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. We can’t do it.”

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Twitter Employee Who Killed Trump’s Account is German Sand Nog–Life Ruined

BAHTIYAR DUYSAK. HOW DO YOU SAY DINDU NUFFINS IN TURKISH?

The Twitter employee who deleted President Trump’s Twitter account last month has stepped forward to identify himself to the public.

He’s a Turk who holds German citizenship. He deleted Trump on his last day at work at Twitter’s San Francisco customer service center.

He claims the deletion was an accident.

I don’t believe for a second that the Muzzie is telling the truth. It was his last day of work and he decided to make a political statement.

Let him go back to Merkel’s Germany where she can give him an award or something.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

The former Twitter contractor who shut off President Donald Trump’s account for 11 minutes on his last day at work earlier this month insisted on Wednesday that it was an accident.

Bahtiyar Duysak, a German national of Turkish origin who was employed in Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters on a temporary work visa, came forward as the man who briefly silenced the president.

While many anti-Trump forces hailed Duysak as a hero for muting the volatile American president and his favorite mode of communication, he claims there was nothing intentional.

The left wants to see Trump off Twitter because his use of the social media giant is so effective.

‘It was definitely a mistake,’ he told TechCrunch. ‘If I’m involved in this I really apologize if I hurt anyone. I didn’t do anything on purpose.

‘I didn’t do any crime or anything evil, but I feel like Pablo Escobar,’ he added

Duysak says that on his last day at the company, somebody submitted a complaint against Trump for violating Twitter’s guidelines that ban users from incendiary comments.

He worked at Twitter’s Trust and Safety division, where he handled customer support.

Duysak told TechCrunch that after Trump’s account was flagged, he performed functions on his computer that ended up causing the account to be deactivated – although he did not specify.

He said that he realized after the fact – when he got home and turned on the news – that he may have inadvertently shut off the president’s Twitter.

‘I had a wild time in America,’ he said.

‘I was tired sometimes, and everyone can do mistakes. So it might be that I did a mistake.’

Duysak said that Trump’s Twitter account was deactivated due to ‘a number of coincidences – very little probabilities which randomly occurred on my last day of work.’

‘I didn’t hack anyone, I didn’t do anything that I wasn’t authorized to do,’ he said.

‘I didn’t go to any site or tool where I wasn’t supposed to be at. I didn’t do any crime and I underline that I complied with all rules.’

Trump currently has about 44 million followers. Batiyar screwed over 44 million people with his act of sabotage. Deport!

Trump Victorius! Judge Denies Leftist Bitch Leadership of Government Agency in Favor of Trump Appointee

LEANDRA ENGLISH LOST IN COURT TO MICK MULVANEY.

President Trump’s appointee to head the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) intends to dismantle the government agency. It’s one I’ve never heard of, but it’s allegedly staffed with Obama lefties who want to make sure that no Negro is ever denied a loan for any reason.

A Jewish looking woman refused to vacate the director’s office so that Mick Mulvaney could take over the agency. Trump went to court.

I would say something mean about her looks, but that’s childish and a weak argument. Instead, I’ll say that her mind isn’t functioning very well if she thought she could just take over a federal agency without presidential approval.

Winning! It feels good to think that there might be hope for the rule of law.

Fox News

In a victory for the Trump White House, a temporary restraining order to halt the president’s pick for acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Mick Mulvaney, was denied by a judge late Tuesday though the decision is likely to be appealed.

U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly ruled in favor of Trump in his effort to appoint White House budget director Mulvaney to lead the bureau, the nation’s top financial watchdog agency.

“Denying the president’s authority to appoint Mr. Mulvaney raises significant constitutional questions,” Kelly, a Trump nominee for the bench, said.

The ruling comes after a nasty partisan spat that pitted the Trump administration against an Obama-era holdover.

Leandra English was elevated to acting deputy director Friday when Richard Cordray resigned. The fight for control bled into the weekend and on Sunday, English filed an emergency restraining order to keep Mulvaney out.

The government filed a response to English’s restraining-order request late Monday, calling her claims to the office a “bureaucratic sleight-of-hand” meant to circumvent presidential authority.

English cited the Dodd-Frank Act, which created the CFPB. She said that as deputy director, she became the acting director under the law and argued that the federal law the White House contends supports Trump’s appointment of Mulvaney doesn’t apply when another statute designates a successor.

“We are pleased with the court’s decision to deny the request for a temporary restraining order, finding that the plaintiff had not shown a substantial likelihood of success on the merits,” Lauren Ehrsam, a spokesperson with the Department of Justice, said in a statement.

Former CFPB litigation counsel Deepak Gupta, who represented English, said the career civil servant would weigh her next step but added he didn’t think Kelly’s ruling was “the final stop for this case.”

Earlier Tuesday, Mulvaney instructed staff to “disregard” instructions from English and then tweeted a picture of himself working at a desk under the handle @CFPBDirector.

“Consistent with my email from yesterday, please disregard any email sent by, or instructions you receive from, Ms. English when she is purporting to act as the Acting Director,” Mulvaney wrote in an email Tuesday. “I apologize for having to send this instruction again. And I feel terrible about you folks being put in this position, as I understand it can be both confusing and disruptive.”

The scene was a follow-up to an awkward power struggle that played out Monday when Mulvaney and English both showed up for work. Mulvaney brought donuts. English sent out post-Thanksgiving holiday wishes.

Both declared in emails that they were in charge.

Mulvaney, a former congressman, has called the agency a “joke” and an example of bureaucracy run amok. He is expected to dismantle much of what the bureau has done.

A new director for the CFPB must be confirmed by the Senate.

I don’t know how you dismantle a federal agency, but here’s wishing Mick all the best is supervising a bunch of angry Obama leftists.

UPDATED: Border Patrol Agent Ambushed, Bashed to Death by Pack of Illegals

ROGELIO MARTINEZ. HEAD BASHED IN BY BORDER JUMPERS.

Rocks? Probably man’s oldest weapon were used against two armed and trained Border Patrol Agents. The element of surprise can catch the best of us off guard.

There are no hints yet as to the identity of the murderers, but the FBI has been called in to investigate.

This post is a followup to an initial post where the details of the death of Agent Martinez were unclear. As of this writing, there’s still more to be learned.

One thing is clear, however. Illegals can be extremely dangerous and clever.

Fox News

Illegal immigrants appeared to have “ambushed” two U.S. Border Patrol agents near the Texas border with Mexico and bashed their heads with blunt objects — possibly rocks — killing one agent and sending another to a hospital in serious condition Sunday, a National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) official told Fox News.

Rogelio Martinez, 36, was killed and another agent, who has not been identified, was injured while they were patrolling the Big Bend Sector, leading authorities to scour West Texas for the attackers, officials said. Although few details about the incident have been released, Brandon Judd, the president of the NBPC, told Fox News on Monday it appeared Martinez and the second agent were “ambushed” by a group of illegal immigrants.

“We don’t know exactly what happened because we weren’t there. However, just from agents that were working in the area, reports are saying it was an attack and it would appear to be an ambush,” Judd said.

He added: “There’s a high likelihood this was an assault on the agents.”

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has offered a reward of up to $20,000 “for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible” for the attack.

Judd said Martinez died of blunt force trauma to the head, indicating the attackers most likely used a rock or rocks during the assault. The second agent also suffered blunt force trauma to the head. The area surrounding where the attack occurred also indicated rocks were likely used as weapons. An FBI official also said that, counter to initial reports, neither agent was shot.

“There were no indications the agents fired their weapons,” Judd said, citing accounts he received from agents who responded to the incident. He also said there were no signs of a stabbing.

Martinez was notified there was illegal immigrant traffic in the area while the agents were patrolling near Interstate 10, in the Van Horn Station area, according to Judd. He began following “footprints” on a trail when the attack occurred. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release that Martinez’s partner made the initial call for help and reported they were injured and needed assistance.

Judd said details remained foggy on what led to the ambush and the FBI was investigating the incident.

Judd did not further comment on the second agent’s condition.

This video offers a fast look at the Van Horn, Texas area where the attack took place.

UPDATE:

The Associated Press is offering a bit more details on this story. The AP report contradicts the story that the agents were attacked. Rather, there is reportedly speculation that in wandering through the rough terrain in the dark the agents fell into a ravine.

The way this story keeps changing is puzzling unless something is being covered up.

Border Patrol Agent Dies in Texas, Trump Renews Call for Wall

There are no details about who or what killed a Border Patrol agent on Sunday. It’s not clear whether he was the victim of an attack or an accident.

CNN

A Border Patrol agent died Sunday morning from injuries he suffered while on patrol in southwest Texas, the US Customs and Border Protection said.

Rogelio Martinez, 36, and his partner were responding to activity while on patrol in the Big Bend Sector, which runs along the US-Mexico border, and the partner reported they were both injured, the agency said. The agents were patrolling near Interstate 10, in the Van Horn station area of the sector.

Customs officials would not say what type of activity the agents were responding to.

Other agents responded, provided medical care and transported both to a local hospital. CBP was later told Martinez had died, and his partner remains hospitalized.

On Sunday night, President Trump tweeted about the incident, writing, “We will seek out and bring to justice those responsible. We will, and must, build the Wall.”

“On behalf of the quarter of a million front line officers and agents of DHS, my thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Agent Martinez and to the agent who is in serious condition,” acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke said in the statement.

Carlos Diaz, a spokesman for the CBP, would not describe the incident in any further detail, saying the FBI is investigating.

“The FBI is still actively investigating the incident and gathering the facts,” FBI spokeswoman Jeanette Harper said.

The Border Patrol’s Special Operations Group and agents from CBP’s Air and Marine Operations were searching the area for potential suspects or witnesses, the agency said.

Martinez had been a border patrol agent since 2013, officials said.

Since there are a lot of Mexicans who live on the U.S. side of the border, there are a significant number of Border Patrol agents who are of Mexican backgrounds. One Mexican woman I used to know was gung ho on becoming an agent. She hated illegals as much as anybody and was determined to turn them around at the border if she could.

President Trump’s Tweet shows that he’s not backing down on the wall, which the people want, but the Republican establishment and Democrats don’t want.

FILE PHOTO OF BORDER PATROL ACTIVITY.

US general says he would resist ‘illegal’ Trump nuclear strike order

GENERAL JOHN HYTEN. WOULD DISOBEY THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. TRAITOR OR PATRIOT?

A top U.S. general launched a psy op against American president Donald Trump on Saturday.

He stated that if President Trump ordered an illegal use of nuclear weapons, then he would “resist,” that is enter into a debate with the president.

This officer and gentleman clearly seems to be inferring that Trump is so unstable that he needs to be put on notice by General John Hyten that Hyten would not obey.

The funny thing is that the generals have been obeying unlawful orders issued by Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barack Obama.

As the swamp is drained, this general needs to go down the drain.

The Guardian

The top US nuclear commander said on Saturday that he would resist President Donald Trump if he ordered an “illegal” launch of nuclear weapons.

Air Force General John Hyten, commander of the US Strategic Command (Stratcom), told an audience at the Halifax international security forum in Nova Scotia, Canada that he had given a lot of thought to what he would say if he received such an order.

“I think some people think we’re stupid,” Hyten said in response to a question about such a scenario. “We’re not stupid people. We think about these things a lot. When you have this responsibility, how do you not think about it?“

Hyten, who is responsible for overseeing the US nuclear arsenal, explained the process that would follow such a command.

As head of Stratcom “I provide advice to the president, he will tell me what to do,” he said in his remarks, retransmitted in a video posted on the forum’s Facebook page.

“And if it’s illegal, guess what’s going to happen? I’m going to say, ’Mr President, that’s illegal.’ And guess what he’s going to do? He’s going to say, ’What would be legal?’ And we’ll come up with options, of a mix of capabilities to respond to whatever the situation is, and that’s the way it works. It’s not that complicated.”

Hyten said running through scenarios of how to react in the event of an illegal order was standard practice, and added: “If you execute an unlawful order, you will go to jail. You could go to jail for the rest of your life.”

The Pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Hyten’s remarks.

They came after questions by US senators, including Democrats and Trump’s fellow Republicans, about Trump’s authority to wage war, use nuclear weapons and enter into or end international agreements, amid concern tensions over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs could lead to hostilities.

Trump has traded insults and threats with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un and threatened in his first United Nations address to “totally destroy” the country of 26 million people if it threatened the US.

Some senators want legislation to alter the nuclear authority of the US president and a Senate committee on Tuesday held the first congressional hearing in more than four decades on the president’s authority to launch a nuclear strike.

Arguing about whether Trump’s orders are illegal as one of Kim Jong Un’s missiles is about to hit the U.S. is treason.

Trump surprise trip to DMZ thwarted by fog

With American President Donald Trump you have a good cop and a bad cop all wrapped up in the same guy.

Some people say that Trump is crazy.

He is. Crazy like a fox.

It’s too bad his DMZ visit had to end with his chopper turning back because of fog. There would have been some good sound bites that we’ll never get to hear now.

MSN

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Softening his aggressive rhetoric, at least for the moment, President Donald Trump stood on South Korean soil Tuesday and urged North Korea to come to the negotiating table. But plans for a surprise visit by Trump to the heavily fortified Korean demilitarized zone on Wednesday were thwarted by fog.

Trump had been scheduled to make the unannounced morning trip to the DMZ amid heightened tensions between the United States and North Korea over Pyongyang’s nuclear program. His helicopter was forced to turn back to Seoul due to bad weather near the border.

Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president was disappointed he couldn’t make the trip — and “pretty frustrated.” A White House official had earlier ruled out the trip, claiming Trump didn’t have time on his schedule and that DMZ visits have become “a little bit of a cliché.”

Visiting the border that has separated the North and South for 64 years has become something of a ritual for U.S. presidents trying to demonstrate their resolve against North Korea’s ever-escalating aggression. Every American president since Ronald Reagan, save for George H.W. Bush, has made the trip, peering across the barren north through binoculars, hearing broadcast propaganda, and reaffirming their commitment to standing with the South.

The attempted visit was scheduled for a day after Trump made a striking shift in tone for a president, who for months has issued increasingly dire threats to answer any hostile North Korean action with “fire and fury.” In a recent speech at the United Nations, Trump said he would “totally destroy” the nation, if necessary, and has derided Kim as “little Rocket Man.”

But on Tuesday, his first day on the Korean Peninsula as president, Trump said he’d seen “a lot of progress” in dealing with Pyongyang, though he stopped short of saying whether he wanted direct diplomatic talks.

“It makes sense for North Korea to come to the table and make a deal that is good for the people of North Korea and for the world,” Trump said at a news conference with South Korean president Moon Jae-in. “I do see certain movement.” He also sounded an optimistic note on disagreements with the North, saying confidently, if vaguely: “Ultimately, it’ll all work out.”

Ever the showman, Trump had teased that he had a surprise in store, saying at a Tuesday evening banquet that he had an “exciting day” planned — “for many reasons that people will find out.” He did not elaborate on what turned out to be the aborted trip to the DMZ.

By now, you should know the routine.

Trump is not an Obama or a Bush. Actually, those two were rather similar in their policies and personalities, sometimes referred to as Bushbama.

The reporter who inserted the word “showman” into this story got it right. And with Little Rocket Man also being a showman, there’s every possibility that both Trump and Kim could grab headlines by becoming best pals.