Texas Man’s Pro-Trump Billboard Drawing Attention

A Texas man is fed up with ABC News. The billboard you see above is the result, which reads:

ABC News:
I grew up with you. We are through. The Russians didn’t elect Donald Trump. I did.

The above billboard is located approximately 10 miles from my location. I haven’t been up that way recently, but the area along I-10 is crowded with billboards, businesses, and cell phone towers.

A water-well driller, Kyle Courtney, paid for the billboard to stay up for two months. Here’s his statement:

ABC News was the only channel I watched as a child growing up in Texas but I think they have lost touch with America and forgotten the working man. They don’t represent our voice anymore. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was funded by the Clinton Foundation in close coordination with the media, and now we’re seeing them try to fix what they couldn’t fix during the election. They are doing everything they can, night after night, to create narratives and sway people’s direction to impeach Donald Trump. Our democracy is at stake when a major political party and the media are in bed together. I’m not asking anyone to boycott the Democratic party. I’m not in the brainwashing business, but the liberal media is.

KYLE COURTNEY.

Read the story at My San Antonio and at SA Current.

Democrats Call for Pelosi’s Head on a Post in Wake of Crushing Georgia Defeat

Pray for Pelosi.

That could be the Republican rallying cry.

The woman is such a despised idiot that she’s worth a certain amount of political rage from working white people, just on her own.

The Hill

The Democrats’ defeat in Georgia spurred a round of bloodletting on Wednesday as liberal activists bashed their party, frustrated lawmakers lashed out at the Democratic brass and disappointed leaders struggled to explain what went wrong.

The outcome of Tuesday’s special election has only aggravated the internal divisions dogging the Democrats since President Trump’s election and intensified the charged debate about where the party should go — and who should lead it there.

“Doing the post-mortem will take some time,” said Rep. Linda Sánchez (Calif.), vice chairwoman of the House Democratic Caucus.

“It’s a little bit early to stand here and give you a reason why that we were not successful there and … what needs to change.”

Some Democrats were quick to blame party leaders for Jon Ossoff’s loss to Republican Karen Handel in the special runoff election, saying the party failed to learn the 2016 lesson that running against Trump without a positive message of your own is not enough to win elections.

“We’d better take a good, long, strong look in the mirror and realize that the problem is us; it’s the party,” Rep. Tim Ryan (Ohio) said Wednesday morning as he left a closed-door meeting of the Democratic Caucus in the Capitol.

He described Ossoff as a “great” candidate who simply “couldn’t carry the national baggage of the Democratic Party.”

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.) echoed Ryan’s argument.

“We need to have a plan; we need to have a vision; we need to tell Americans why Democrats will be better, not just why Trump is bad,” Moulton said. “And I don’t think we’re doing enough of that, and I think that’s evident in this [Georgia] race.”

Republicans relied on a strategy of tying Ossoff to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who remains radioactive in many conservative districts. Ryan, Moulton and a number of younger-generation Democrats tried to topple Pelosi last year for that very reason, and they quickly revived the argument on Wednesday.

“Those are still effective ads that hurt our candidate,” said Ryan, 43, who had challenged Pelosi for the Democratic leader spot after last November’s elections.

“Everybody knows where I stand on this. … My position hasn’t changed.”

Moulton, who beat a Democratic incumbent to win his seat, is skeptical the party can reverse its fortunes with the same leaders in place.

“It’s not impossible, but it’s harder,” he said.

Rep. Kathleen Rice, a second-term New York Democrat, told CNN that she’d like to wipe clean the Democrats’ entire leadership slate.

“We need leadership change,” Rice told CNN. “It’s time for Nancy Pelosi to go, and the entire leadership team.”

The lawmakers were not alone in denouncing the top Democratic leaders.

Michael Moore, the filmmaker and liberal activist, attacked the party as having “no message, no plan, no leaders.”

And David Wasserman, an expert on House races at the Cook Political Report, wondered aloud if Pelosi’s celebrated ability to raise money is worth the baggage she brings in conservative districts.

“It’s just extremely difficult for Ds to argue benefits of Nancy Pelosi’s fundraising skills still outweigh cost of her presence in GOP ads,” Wasserman tweeted.

Pelosi’s office fired back, touting her track record not only as a prolific fundraiser, but also as a nimble strategist and potent whip.

“Republican voters don’t get to select the leaders of the Democratic Party,” spokesman Drew Hammill said in an email, noting that Pelosi’s approval rating is similar to that of Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.).

“Since Gingrich, the politics of personal destruction has been a GOP hallmark,” Hammill added, referring to former Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.). “They will do this to any and every Democratic leader, because the only thing sustaining their majority is desperation.”

Many Democrats, including top leaders, quickly pushed back against the internal criticism, noting that Georgia’s 6th District, before this year, was safely Republican. While disappointed with Tuesday’s loss, they said they’re thrilled that victory was within their grasp and optimistic about the message that sends ahead of the 2018 midterms.

Here’s two minutes of the idiot’s most idiotic moments:

100 Percent Kosher Approved McCain: America was Better off with Obama

There’s goes Songbird McCain again. This time he’s shilling for TPP, which both Trump and Hillary opposed in their public statements.

47 seconds. There’s a worthless short article at Salon not worth reading, that goes with the video.

The video makes clear that McCain’s loyalty is to the globalists. We really didn’t need any more evidence of that, did we?

This video appears at Salon. More Trump bashing by McCain.

Tough New Russian Sanctions Package Passes in U.S. Senate with Limits on Trump

These Senate pukes can vote 97 to 2 to screw over Russia and a chance for detente, but they can’t agree on the Wall, decent healthcare for working class Americans, and so forth.

They suck.

I congratulate the 2 who voted against this abomination that shows the crafty hand of the Jew behind it.

Vox

President Donald Trump campaigned on easing tensions with Russia, arguing that it would be in America’s best interest to try warming relations with Vladimir Putin.

But Congress is looking more and more likely to stand in his way. On Wednesday, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a series of sanctions to punish Russia for meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. The 97-2 vote approved an amendment to add the Russia sanctions to a broader bill originally drafted to pass sanctions against Iran.

That Iran sanctions bill, which now includes the Russia sanctions, is expected to come up for a vote in the Senate next week, according to a spokesperson for Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD). From there, the bill still has to be approved by the House and then by President Trump to be signed into law.

If passed, the new Russia provisions would make it more difficult for Trump to relax sanctions against the country. According to a press release, the sanctions bill would also:

— Impose new sanctions on: corrupt Russian actors; those seeking to evade sanctions; those involved in serious human rights abuses; those supplying weapons to the Assad regime; those conducting malicious cyber activity on behalf of the Russian government; those involved in corrupt privatization of state-owned assets; and those doing business with the Russian intelligence and defense sectors.

— Allow broad new sanctions on key sectors of Russia’s economy, including mining, metals, shipping and railways.

— Authorize robust assistance to strengthen democratic institutions and counter disinformation across Central and Eastern European countries that are vulnerable to Russian aggression and interference.

— Require a study on the flow of illicit finance involving Russia and a formal assessment of U.S. economic exposure to Russian state-owned entities.

It’s important to note that these sanctions haven’t passed, but Senate Democrats are optimistic Trump won’t veto them — in part because the 97-2 vote suggests that the Senate could override his veto.

“I would be very, very surprised if the president vetoes this bill. Now, he’s surprised me on a lot of things,” Cardin, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told CNN. “I find as we get to the finish line on these bills, every administration generally joins us … so I think we’ll have the support of the administration. I’m confident about that.”

Democrats will welcome the news nonetheless. The opposition party has long feared that Trump would respond to Russian interference in the election by turning around and helping Putin. But for now, at least, Senate Republicans appear willing to tie his hands before he can reach out to Russia.

Mormon Utah Issues Fatwa Against ALL Drinking Before Driving

Over the last few years, my opinion of Mormons has changed. Today, it’s to the point that I’m as willing to mock and ridicule them as much as I would any other social justice warriors.

In the name of public safety, Utah has nearly made illegal all drinking prior to driving. Yet Mormons favor open borders and the importing of all manner of dangerous third world savages into the USA.

Hypocrisy? Much.

Excerpt from Lew Rockwell

Utah has just done what thinking brains knew was inevitably coming. The state government has nearly halved the legal threshold defining what risibly continues to be called “drunk” driving (see here) from the iffy .08 BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) to the downright ridiculous .05 BAC.

This is a level that many people reach after as few as two – or fewer – drinks. One is enough, in some cases, to risk a “bust.”

Thus, Utah’s fatwa – and that is the right word, as this business comes out of religion – Mormonism – which would outlaw all drinking, period, if it had the power to do so – is a hop-skip away from outlawing any drinking prior to driving. Because with a threshold that low and Breathalyzer machines so notoriously inaccurate, the margin for error is much too close for comfort. To have even a single beer or glass of wine with dinner is to risk being arrested and caged for “drunk” driving.

Some, of course, will agree that any alcohol consumption prior to driving is “dangerous” and that prohibition, period, is a good thing.

But that is a far hop from “drunk” driving – a hysterical, over-the-top characterization. It is also a mere opinion – a moralizing and meretricious one – not supported by any facts.

The legislation’s author, a Mormon Republican and graduate of the Mormon college, Brigham Young University, is a guy named Norm Thurston. He piously assures us that “the public safety impact of this is so compelling that it’s worth doing.”

Lies. Pious lies. But nonetheless.

There is no evidence at all that people are “drunk” or even meaningfully impaired at the .05 BAC level. It is an outrageous, religious effort to mask religious proscription as a public safety issue.

But it is also nothing new, really.

It is critical to understand that it isn’t necessary – in Utah or anywhere else in the Homeland – to establish that a person’s driving is impaired by alcohol to convict him of “drunk” driving. Even under the soon-to-be-old .08 BAC standard. It is enough to establish that the accused has a BAC of .08 – or .05 or whatever arbitrary number is selected. For those under the age of 21 – not legal age to drink but old enough to be held fully legally accountable for any crime they commit – it is zero BAC. Any trace of alcohol – and you are guilty of “drunk” driving.

One’s actual driving, in all cases, being 100 percent legally irrelevant.

The arresting cop might admit under cross-examination, that the accused’s handling of his car was faultless. No wandering or weaving; no erratic anything. That he had no reason to suspect him of not being in full possession of his faculties or question whether he was in complete control of his vehicle.

It doesn’t matter.

The victim – whoops, “drunk” driver – simply had the bad luck to roll up on a Fourth Amendment Free Zone. That is, a random/dragnet checkpoint at which every driver must submit to a search/interrogation and testing, absent any individualized suspicion or other probable cause.

The cop can then demand – under a loathsome piece of totalitarian doublespeak called implied consent – that the driver submit to a breath test upon command. To self-incriminate. He must prove his innocence, rather than the cop (and later, the prosecutor) having to prove guilt.

And he must comply – or else (in most states) face immediate arrest and forfeiture of his driver’s license as the punishment for declining to consent to provide evidence that can and will be used against him in court.

More police state tactics designed to give people criminal records!

Thanks, Mormons.

Flashback: Paul Ryan Rules Out Cuts to Muslim Immigration–“That’s not who we are.”

REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN PAUL RYAN. POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS HIS HIGHEST VALUE.

Paul “Open Borders” Ryan went on the record with Sean Hannity, as reported in this excerpt from a November 19, 2015 story.

Breitbart

House Speaker Paul Ryan is ruling out making any cuts to Muslim immigration.

In an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Ryan declared that considering an applicant’s religion would not be “appropriate” and would be fundamentally un-American— insisting “that’s not who we are.”

In his questioning of Ryan, Hannity cited populist thought leader Jeff Sessions, who chairs the Senate Immigration Subcommittee and whose office has put out a series of analyses in recent months detailing the enormous scope of immigration into the United States in general, as well as the vast scope Muslim immigration in particular.

Since 9/11, the U.S. has accepted more than 2 million immigrants, refugees and asylees from predominantly Muslim nations. Sessions has repeatedly called on Congress to reduce the number of green cards issued, including in an op-ed last week one day prior to the Paris attack.

“Eighty-three percent of voters want to see projected immigration growth reduced — which means Congress must take up and pass a bill to reduce the number of visas handed out each year,” Sessions wrote. “Congress should immediately begin to move popular immigration reforms that would be backed by overwhelming majorities of voters, including… blocking the president from using federal funds to unilaterally expand the costly refugee resettlement program.”

In his question, Hannity asked Ryan point blank about some of Sessions’ recent analysis. Hannity said:

We have resettled 1.5 million Muslim migrants in the United States. Senator Sessions had put out a piece where all these people that we took in to the country then come here and then get involved in terror activity. I put it up on my website, I urge you to take a look at it. And we take in 100,000 Muslim immigrants into the United States every year. Do we have to think about somebody who grows up under Sharia— believes that women can’t drive, can’t be seen in public without a male relative, four eyewitnesses for rape— do we have a clash of cultures we’ve got to consider? How do we know if they want to assimilate? How do we know if they want to bring terror into the United States? How will we ascertain that?

Ryan replied:

Well, first of all, I don’t think a religious test is appropriate. That’s not who we are. We believe in the first amendment of religious freedom. And I don’t think it’s the appropriate test because anybody can come under the guise of something else. It’s not hard for a person to claim that they are something that they’re not— like a Christian or something like that to get into the country. That is why we are calling for a security test. I think the test that maters is a security test because anybody can try and infiltrate this country by posing as something that they are not, so I don’t think that’s the proper test. I think a security test is the proper test.

Ryan’s view stands opposed to that of his Congressional colleagues Sen. Rand Paul, Reps. Cynthia Lummis, Brian Babin, Dave Brat, Randy Weber and Steve King, who—as Breitbart News recently reported—have all expressed support for a reduction or suspension of visa issuances to Muslim countries with jihadist movements.

Trump Returning Home After Selling Out to the Saudis

I was listening to Ann Barnhardt’s weekly podcast (above) when at around the 44 minute mark, she raised the issue of the Caliphate’s coming military invasion of Europe, using weapons that American president Donald Trump sold to Saudi Arabia. Barnhardt, who is perceptive about “Musloids” (her term and a good one it is), is also totally blind when it comes to the evils perpetrated by Jews.

She mocks Trump for his participation in the Saudi sword dance, which is a Muslim war dance. It would be like General Custer dancing an Indian war dance with the Indians the night before Little Bighorn.

The mainstream media rarely offers any serious analysis of military matters since the MSM is an integral part of the Deep State. Instead, the press has delighted in mocking Trump over trivialities.

I did find a piece at Conservative Review, written by a Jew, that does succeed in getting to some meaty matters.

Excerpt from the Conservative Review

Trump administration sells out America to Saudi Arabia
Posted May 22, 2017 12:33 PM by Daniel Horowitz
Foreign Policy & Defense

This is the title of an article I would have written had a Democrat president engaged in the same obsequious behavior to the Saudis over the weekend. Given that a dignified consistency is indispensable to intellectual honesty, I’m not going to sugar-coat this because there is an alleged Republican in the White House.

Flanked by his cadre of “shallow state” Democrat advisors – Jared, Ivanka, Gary Cohn, Dina Powell, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — Trump gave his supporters a vivid demonstration of exactly what they detested when they screamed “globalist,” “Goldman Sachs,” and “America First” during the election. The crowning achievement of this trip was the signing of a massive arms deal with the Islamic kingdom that Trump once implied was responsible for 9/11. Under the agreement, the Saudi Kingdom will immediately receive $110 billion worth of helicopters, tanks, patrol boats, sophisticated radar technology, and anti-missile systems. An additional $350 billion in economic development over the next ten years is tentatively part of the agreement. To put the enormity of this deal in context, the much hyped “historic” arms deal we signed with Israel last September was worth $38 billion.

Immediately after the deal was signed, Saudi Arabia and the UAE pledged $100 million to the World Bank’s women’s entrepreneurship fund, a pet project of Ivanka Trump. There is no evidence of Clinton Foundation-style corrupt bargaining here, but this is something we would have criticized in a Democrat presidency, nonetheless.

Some are defending this deal as a means of signaling deterrent power against Iran. But if the Trump administration was moving in a strong direction on Iran, why did they certify compliance with the deal instead of ripping it up or renegotiating it, as promised in the campaign? Giving weapons to the Saudis while maintaining the Iran deal is what an “America last” foreign policy looks like. Alliance against terrorism? It doesn’t help that the Saudis blocked an attempt by the U.S. to sanction the Saudi branch of ISIS just two weeks ago.

Moreover, for us to focus on ISIS while downright cozying up to Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the Muslim Brotherhood makes us miss the trees for the forest. These regimes and entities pose a more foundational threat to our security than ISIS and Al Qaeda. The jihadists will never defeat us militarily, and most of the overseas conflicts involve sectarian violence and don’t even threaten our security. The real problems are the civilization jihad and economic jihad through immigration, funding of academia and business interests on our soil, building of radical mosques, and the Muslim Brotherhood subversion agenda.

Thus, while some laud the news of Saudis investing in our infrastructure projects as a master negotiation victory for the president, we must not forget that this is how the Saudis wield their influence and spread their Islamic poison in our own homeland.

PRESIDENT TRUMP BENDS TO ACCEPT AWARD FROM SAUDI KING.

Pastor Chuck Baldwin goes on a long diatribe against Trump’s war stance at Renew America. Here’s a small excerpt:

“But what is disturbing is just how braindead the Trump administration is. Trump is recklessly promoting the ridiculous fantasy that Saudi Arabia and its despotic terror-sponsoring clients are somehow the custodians of law and order. He is also pumping up the surreal Saudi narrative that Iran is largely responsible for the Middle East’s conflicts.”

“Trump’s messianic zeal to visit the Middle East – his first foreign destination being the dubious human rights ‘haven’ Saudi Arabia – is all about flogging ever more deadly weapons to the already explosively-charged region. So desperate is Trump to pimp billions of dollars that he is willing to fuel war with Iran and perhaps Syria’s other ally, Russia, in the pursuit of lucre.

“And to add further insult to injury, the whole tour of the ‘holy land’ is being sold by the American government and media as some kind of benevolent religious duty to mankind and world peace.

When Trump does put America First we should praise him. When he turns on a dime and joins the Uniparty–the War Party–we should criticize him. The Saudis are not our friends. It would be disastrous if they use our own weapons against us in a future war in which the Musloid world invades Europe.

ROYAL SAUDI NAVY AL MADINAH CLASS FRIGATE.