Trump’s Best Bro Lindsey Graham Offers Friendly Suggestion to POTUS–Apologize to Obama

With friends like Lindsey, who needs enemies.

Newsmax

Sen. Lindsey Graham said Americans would appreciate if President Donald Trump said he is sorry for his mistakes.

Graham’s comments came during an interview on CBS “This Morning.”

“When you have the highest official in the land, the president of the United States, accusing his predecessor of illegal activity with no evidence that hurts our democracy.”

Graham said Trump will “suffer over time with the American people” if he refuses to back down on his claims former President Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the presidential campaign.

“Here’s what I’d say to the president,” Graham said. “It doesn’t mean you’re above having to say you’re sorry . . . to apologize if you did something wrong. I think most people would appreciate it if the President of the United States had the ability to say: ‘I made a mistake. I’m sorry.’

“If you can’t do that then that’s going to hurt you over time with the American people. Because there’ll come a day when you’ll have to look the TV camera in the eye and tell them North Korea is about to develop a missile to hit our homeland and ‘I want to stop them.’

Lindsey, admit you are a fag. It’ll make you feel so much better.

Press fired up as Comey rejects Trump wiretap claim, offers no evidence on Russia probe

FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY APPEARING STONE FACED DURING CONGRESSIONAL HEARING.

Fox News’ Howard Kurtz offers an antidote to the MSM headlines designed to delegitimize President Donald Trump.

This post is a companion to today’s earlier post on Judge Andrew Napolitano and the post on Sputnik News’ deconstruction of FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before Congress yesterday about Russian spying.

Fox News

James Comey didn’t want to say much yesterday on Capitol Hill, but for President Trump’s opponents, he said enough.

House Republicans wanted to focus on illegal leaks of classified information, scoring some points on that issue.

And all this managed to overshadow the first day of Neil Gorsuch’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing, a reflection of the depth of this Washington obsession.

Eight words from the FBI director—“I have no information to support those tweets”—knocked down the most controversial claim of Trump’s presidency.

Comey also said a president has no power to order a wiretap, which dismisses the Trump charge that Barack Obama had set the alleged wiretap in motion.

By confirming that there is an FBI probe of contacts between Trump associates and Russia—which we already knew—Comey appeared to give ammunition to the president’s opponents. It wasn’t a “bombshell,” as some headlines had it, but it’s now official.

In other news that we already knew, Comey said the Russians wanted to damage Hillary Clinton and thereby help the Trump campaign. And Clinton people are upset that the Trump/Russia probe remained secret while Comey talked about reopening the Hillary email inquiry in late October.

But there is more to the story and the way it is being covered.

The Intelligence Committtee hearing was highly partisan, with Democrats asking Comey all kinds of questions, many based on news reports, that he insisted he could not answer. They were obviously trying to get it all on the public record and raise suspicions for the viewing audience.

As for the Republicans, they kept pressing, but didn’t get anywhere, for information on how Michael Flynn’s name was leaked over the contacts with Russia’s ambassador that led to his firing for not being truthful.

This dovetailed with some early-morning tweets from Trump, who said the Democrats “made up and pushed the Russia story” and “the real story that Congress, the FBI and all others should be looking into is the leaking of Classified information. Must find leaker now!”

So now the media have two related situations in which there is no evidence of wrongdoing.

The one making big headlines, more than two weeks after Trump’s allegations, is that the FBI has nothing to support the notion that Obama directed some kind of 2016 surveillance against Trump.

The other, which has gotten little traction in the press, is that the FBI has found no evidence of improper collusion between the president or his associates and Moscow.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made this argument to me in a “Media Buzz” interview, saying the press is pushing a “false narrative” by not equally emphasizing the lack of evidence in the Russia probe. Of course, the White House press secretary wanted to focus on the Russian part of the equation while deferring to the intelligence panels on the wiretap claims that his boss has been unable to substantiate.

Now critics can say that the reason there is no evidence of collusion between Trump World and the Putin government is that Comey remains tight-lipped about an ongoing investigation. But in this leaky environment, it’s hard to imagine that damaging material, if it existed, wouldn’t have made its way into the press.

Based on Comey’s testimony, this thing could drag on for months. But the media should apply the same standards to both questions: Make no damaging assumptions unless there is proof.

And then there was this, in mid-afternoon: Gorsuch delivered his opening statement to a Senate committee, which was carried by Fox, while CNN and MSNBC stuck with the Comey hearing. Two big stories, no question, but hard to imagine that the opening day for a Supreme Court nominee wasn’t the day’s headline grabber.

Sputnik News has Mined Yesterday’s Congressional Hearings on “Russian Spying” for the Most Insane Statements and It’s an Eye Opener

FILE PHOTO, FBI DIRECTOR JAMES COMEY.

Russia’s Sputnik News found an even dozen insane moments during FBI director James Comey’s testimony before Congress yesterday.

Forget the mainstream media’s kosher approved narrative bashing President Trump. Sputnik reveals some very surreal moments in an out-of-control process that the MSM is ignoring.

This excerpt from the article covers points 2, 3, 5, and 6.

Excerpt from Sputnik News

2. The FBI admits that there is an active investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible links to Russia, despite the fact that it was the Podesta group that was actively lobbying on behalf of Russian entities, and that the Clinton campaign was openly collecting contributions from wealthy Russian donors, such as Roman Abramovich’s wife Darya Zhukova.

“I have been authorized by the Department of Justice to confirm that the FBI, as part of our counterintelligence mission, is investigating the Russian government’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election and that includes investigating the nature of any links between individuals associated with the Trump campaign and the Russian government and whether there was any coordination between the campaign and Russia’s efforts,” FBI Director James Comey told the hearing. “As with any counterintelligence investigation, this will also include an assessment of whether any crimes were committed.”

3. Both Comey and National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers admit that Russia did not influence voting process in the US, shortly after Comey confirmed that there is still an active investigation.

You would think that would be the end of the investigation? Nope!

5. Neither Comey nor Rogers could confirm Trump’s claim that his New York City tower was wiretapped during his presidential campaign.

Rogers added that it would be illegal for the NSA to ask the British GCHQ to wiretap any US citizen. Despite this claim, we learned from the Snowden revelations that GCHQ was actively wiretapping US citizens and handing it over to the American agency. Not only do they practice this, they boast about it when they supply the US with valuable intelligence information.

In 2013, the Guardian published GCHQ documents that showed that British intelligence had supplied “unique contributions” to the US during an investigation of the American citizen responsible for an attempted car bomb attack in Times Square, New York City, in 2010.

6. Schiff falsely accused Trump’s former advisor Roger Stone of having inside knowledge of upcoming Clinton revelations, despite the fact that WikiLeaks were actively and publicly promoting the upcoming leaks.

“In the weeks that follow, Stone shows a remarkable prescience: ‘I have total confidence that @wikileaks and my hero Julian Assange will educate the American people soon. #Lockherup. ‘Payload coming,’ he predicts, and two days later, it does,” Schiff said. “Wikileaks releases its first batch of Podesta emails. The release of John Podesta’s emails would then continue on a daily basis up to election day.”

WikiLeaks had been very publicly promoting an upcoming dump for some time prior to Stone’s tweet.

Meanwhile, in what seems to be a “screw you” gesture to Comey and company, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is going to Russia according to this Reuters report.

“Donald Trump’s Administration is making a grave error that will shake the confidence of America’s most important alliance and feed the concern that this Administration simply too cozy with (Russian President) Vladimir Putin,” Engel said in a written statement.

“I cannot fathom why the Administration would pursue this course except to signal a change in American foreign policy that draws our country away from western democracy’s most important institutions and aligns the United States more closely with the autocratic regime in the Kremlin,” he added.

A former U.S. official echoed the view.

“It feeds this narrative that somehow the Trump administration is playing footsie with Russia,” said the former U.S. official on condition of anonymity.

Good News: “Racist” Congressman Steve King Maintains Support Among Constituents

As this post was being put together, I noticed that a story on Breitbart written by immigration hawk Tom Tancredo claims that Steve King is being targeted for character assassination by the (((left.)))

The following story from King’s local paper explains how he maintains popularity with his people in spite of the effort to destroy him.

Times-Republican

Outside his rural congressional district stretching over 39 Iowa counties, conservative U.S. Rep. Steve King’s stream of inflammatory comments generate outrage and condemnation, but back home they rate little more than a shrug.

“That’s just Steve being Steve,” was how Tom Reiter put it, looking into a mirror while getting his hair cut Thursday in Carroll. “He doesn’t pull any punches.”

It’s been that way since King, a former construction company owner and state legislator, was elected to Congress in 2002. It’s still true, days after King tweeted his support for a far-right Dutch politician who opposes immigration and added, “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.” Later in a radio interview, King responded to a question about changing demographics that could mean whites will no longer make up a U.S. majority by predicting, “Hispanics and the blacks will be fighting each other before that happens.”

If Iowans love Steve King, then I love Iowa.

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Huge Majority of Youths–Blacks, Asians, and Latinos Believe Trump Illegitimate, Controlled by Russians

They are not like us.

They hate us. Donald Trump symbolizes us for them.

They thought there would never be another white male president after Obama.

Their subconscious minds (and sometimes their conscious minds) want us all dead.

You have been warned, white people.

One more thing. Many of our own people, weak in morals, character, spirit, and drug addled, are marching in lockstep with the nonwhites who want them dead.

Daily Mail

On the same day that President Trumps’ favoribility rating sank to an all-time low, a new poll found that a majority of young Americans view his presidency as illegitimate.

Fifty-seven percent of adults age 18 to 30 believe that President Trump is an ‘illegitimate’ leader according to a GenForward poll conducted by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.

Among young adults of color, 74 percent of African Americans and 71 percent of Latinos/as view Trump’s presidency as ‘illegitimate’, while a majority of whites (53 percent) view Trump as a ‘legitimate’ president.

Overall, just 22 percent of young adults approve of the job Trump is doing as president, which is 15 points lower than the Gallup poll release on Monday.

Blacks are low IQ. Latinos don’t read, according to surveys I’ve seen. They watch TV all day. I would have expected better of Asians, but many of them live on the liberal West Coast, absorbing the bullshit socialist, globalist memes spewed out the Jewsmedia.

The youths surveyed grew up under Obama. They think that its normal for men to insert their penises into other men’s anuses and call it marriage. They think it’s normal for penises to be in the women’s bathroom. They think Obama is a male role model. They are pathetic. In today’s language, they are “snowflakes” who hate real masculinity while embracing the false masculinity of Obama and Michael (aka Michelle)

Fake News: The GOP has become the Party of White Natioanalism

The writer of this fake news is a Yiddish gentleman named Michael A. Cohen, pictured above.

Cohen smears the truth with his lying nonsense.

Boston Globe

There is no greater challenge in covering national politics these days than simply trying to keep up with the daily outrages emanating from Washington. Take, for example, the fact that, two weeks ago, all we were talking about was the fact that Jeff Sessions, the attorney general and nation’s highest law enforcement official, lied to Congress. This week you hear only crickets on Sessions.

But here’s one story that should not fall through the cracks: Representative Steve King of Iowa. Earlier this week King shared an article on Twitter offering his support for the Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who has based his political ascendancy on bashing Muslim immigrants. King added the words, “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s babies.”

These comments are catnip to white nationalists.

In fact, former Ku Klux Klan imperial wizard David Duke retweeted King with the words “GOD BLESS STEVE KING.”

Not surprisingly, the reaction from Democrats was one of revulsion and demands for an apology. King, however, was undeterred.

On Monday, King repeated his offensive words and added, “You’ve got to keep your birth rate up and that you need to teach your children your values and, in doing so, then you can grow your population and you can strengthen your culture, you can strengthen your way of life.”According to King, he wants to see an America that is “homogenous” and one where “we look a lot the same.”

This is not King’s first time at the racist rodeo. Back in July he raised questions about the contributions of nonwhite people to “civilization.” A virulent opponent of immigration, King has called for an electrified fence to be built on the US-Mexico border to give electric shocks to those trying to enter the country. Back in 2013 he said that for every successful child of an undocumented immigrant there are 100 more drug mules with “calves the size of cantaloupes” from hauling drugs. King also has been photographed with a confederate battle flag in his congressional office.

To put it simply, Steve King is a racist.

And yet, it seems that being a racist — one who has repeatedly made prejudicial comments about blacks and Hispanics — is not the kind of thing that gets you drummed out of the modern Republican Party. Indeed, it seems to have no impact at all.

After King’s cantaloupe comment, then-House Speaker John Boehner called the congressman’s words “deeply offensive and wrong.” Current Speaker Paul Ryan’s reaction to King’s latest remarks was more muted. “I disagree with that statement,” Ryan said. He added, “I’d like to think that he misspoke and it wasn’t really meant the way that that sounds and hopefully he’s clarified that.”

But when it comes to mealy-mouthed condemnations of blatantly racist and xenophobic comments, Ryan can’t hold a candle to White House spokesman Sean Spicer, who said, “The president believes that this is not a point of view that he shares.”

Several Hispanic Republican congressmen condemned King’s remarks, but most Republicans have been silent. Calls to censure King or strip him of his chairmanship of the House Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Rights have been ignored.

While some might be inclined to dismiss King as a fringe figure, the very fact that so few Republicans are willing to criticize him speaks volumes. They clearly don’t want to alienate those voters who agree with King’s racist remarks. It’s yet one more reminder of the extent to which white nationalism and open racism have become normalized within the modern Republican Party.

Indeed, earlier this month, the Huffington Post ran a disturbing piece on the grotesque, virulently racist book “The Camp of the Saints,” which top White House advisor Steve Bannon has used to describe the influx of nonwhite, Muslim refugees into Europe. The book describes the destruction of white, Christian Europe, by nonwhite immigrants led by an Indian demagogue. In the book, Europe is overrun by poor, nonwhite migrants.

Bannon’s endorsement of this grotesque piece of literature is at pace with the policies he’s promoted since becoming the president’s top strategist: from the travel-ban executive order that specifically targets Muslims to its focus on building a wall on the US-Mexico, all to keep out nonwhite immigrants. Guess who else recently plugged “The Camp of the Saints.” Yup: Steve King.

Even after a campaign in which Donald Trump ran on an unambiguous platform of racism, xenophobia, and intolerance, it has, somehow, become inappropriate to identify the role that white nationalism plays in defining and uniting the modern Republican Party. Yet when people like Steve King continue to play leadership roles in the GOP and avoid condemnation for racist remarks, what more evidence do we need that many GOP voters, rather than being turned off by the open embrace of race-based appeals from Republican leaders, find them attractive. Steve King is not some fringe figure — he’s the mainstream of the modern Republican Party.

Michael Cohen is a liar. He kbows his lying. He’s not even a good liar. Savvy readers will see their bull meters set off by Cohen’s BS.

Trump’s Amazing Budget Shown in Easy to Understand Animated Bar Graph

CLICK ON THE START BUTTON TO ACTIVATE THE GRAPH.

The graph goes fast. It recycles too, once activated. The red lines indicate cuts in the budget. If budget cuts scare you, waste in government should scare you more.

All of these ridiculous government programs are simply wealth transfers from hard-working middle class families to the (((power elites))) in academia, government, and industry. The liberal scare-mongering about Trump’s budget is coming from both his Republican and Democrat enemies, whose major concern is getting re-elected through buying votes with taxpayer money.

Critics of budget cuts never allow for the possibility that we can spend our money better than government can.