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.

Insane McCain: Rand Paul is Working for Vladimir Putin

I’m liking Rand Paul more and more for standing up to war mongers and to RINO Paul Ryan.

Rand is a man of peace.

That will get you slandered by John “Songbird” McCain every time.

CBS News

John McCain says Rand Paul is “working for Vladimir Putin”

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, speaks during a press conference at the U.S. Capitol Feb. 5, 2015, in Washington, D.C. WIN MCNAMEE/GETTY IMAGES
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Updated with statement from Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Sen. John McCain accused fellow Republican Sen. Rand Paul of “working for Vladimir Putin” on Wednesday.

The fireworks came as McCain spoke in support of a Senate unanimous consent request in support of Montenegro’s bid to join NATO. The libertarian-leaning Paul, who has often advocated for a less interventionist foreign policy, opposes the resolution.

“You are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin…trying to dismember this small country which has already been the subject of an attempted coup,” McCain said, in an apparent reference to Paul.

McCain then asked that the resolution be passed unanimously, prompting an objection from Paul who then exited the room. McCain then reiterated his accusation.

“I note the senator from Kentucky leaving the floor without justification or any rationale for the action he has just taken. That is really remarkable — that a senator blocking a treaty that is supported by the overwhelming number, perhaps 98 at least of his colleagues, would come to the floor and object and walk away…The only conclusion you can draw when he walks away is he has no argument to be made.

He has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians. So, I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

Later Wednesday evening, in a statement to CBS News’ Alan He, Paul argued that U.S. resources are being stretched by multiple commitments.

“Currently, the United States has troops in dozens of countries and is actively fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen (with the occasional drone strike in Pakistan),” Paul wrote. “In addition, the United States is pledged to defend 28 countries in NATO. It is unwise to expand the monetary and military obligations of the United States given the burden of our $20 trillion debt.”

McCain and Paul have battled over foreign policy issues in the past. In a February interview with ABC News, for example, Paul said that McCain has “advocated for war everywhere” and that the U.S. would “be in perpetual war” if McCain were “in charge.”

McCain just admitted that 98 percent of Senators are either fools, knaves, or both.

If you’re a politician, stand up and be counted against World War III, the war that will kill all life on earth.

Neocons are insane. McCain just proved it.

Kansas Senator Compares Planned Parenthood to Nazi Death Camp after JEW Makes Donation in His Name

KANSAS SENATOR STEVE FITZGERALD.

Once again I have to do a “antisemitic” post because a Jew stirred the pot with her trolling. Senator Steve Fitzgerald troller her right back, ironically using “Nazi” imagery on a Jew.

AOL

On March 8, Kansas Sen. Steve Fitzgerald fired off an ungrateful missive after receiving a thank you note from Planned Parenthood Great Plains. One of Fitzgerald’s constituents made a donation to the health care provider in the senator’s name, a donation he did not appreciate because, in his estimation, Planned Parenthood is on par with Dachau, the first death camp established in Nazi Germany.

“It is with great dismay that I received your letter that a donation was made in my ‘honor’ to your heinous organization,” Fitzgerald wrote Planned Parenthood Great Plains, in a letter the organization tweeted. “This is as bad — or worse — as having one’s name associated with Dachau.”

“Shame on your organization and shame on anyone that would attempt to blacken my name in this manner,” read Fitzgerald’s kicker.

The offending donation was made by Ali Weinel of Prairie Village, Kansas. She told the Kansas City Star she gave Planned Parenthood $25 in Fitzgerald’s name not “out of spite,” but because he had apparently offered unsatisfying responses to concerns she’d voiced about recent anti-abortion-rights legislation.

“I just was so angry and knew that the only way I could be less angry was if I made a difference,” she told the paper. “So that’s what I did.”

In an interview with the Kansas City Star, Fitzgerald doubled down on his statement.

“It was either send them that or ignore it,” Fitzgerald told the outlet. “I figured, I don’t want my name associated as a donation to Planned Parenthood, in my name, to go on undenounced by me.”

“I think the Nazis ought to be incensed by the comparison,” he said. “What I’m saying is, they’re both exterminating innocent human life.”

Fitzgerald has been a vocal supporter of his state’s legislation limiting abortion rights. In 2013, he threw his weight behind a “fetal personhood” bill that claimed life began at fetilization. It also obligated physicians to feed their patients medically inaccurate information about abortion’s potential risks and tightly restricted sex education curricula, especially on the copulation and contraception fronts.

“The human is a magnificent piece of work at all stages of development, wondrous in every regard, from the microscopic until full development,” was how Fitzgerald explained his support at the time, according to the Associated Press.

There are too many women with the name Ali Weinel to be able to post her picture. I will say that I have found weak evidence that she works in the medical field, possibly for Planned Parenthood, and that she looks like you would expect a feminist to look like.

In the meantime, until she puts her photo out for certain,this pic should do the trick.

Listen! Russian Pranksters Hoax John McCain by Pretending to be Ukrainian Prime Minister

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Russian pranksters have hoaxed several of the anti-Trump people in Congress. Embedded at the bottom is an entertaining eleven minutes featuring hawish neocon Senator John “Songbird” McCain.

Sputnik News

Famous Russian phone pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov, known as Vovan and Lexus, have made hoax phone calls to US Senators Lindsey Graham, John McCain and Republican Majority leader Mitch McConnell into speaking about the sanctions against Russia, Kuznetsov told Sputnik.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The news comes as the pranksters called US Congresswoman Maxine Waters, the one who earlier claimed that “Putin is continuing to advance into Korea,” to say that Russia has invaded Limpopo, an African river that the politician believed to be a country in Africa.

Having introduced themselves as Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman, Kuznetsov and Stolyarov also discussed the sanctions against Russia with Waters.

Following the incident, Peskov said Kremlin was not linked to the prank phone calls and appreciated the fact that nobody had the idea to accuse Moscow of the tricks.

The sanctions issue was also discussed with US republicans, according to the hoaxers.

“We have pranked McCain, Lindsey Graham and the Republican Majority leader in Congress McConnell in the Congress Mitch McConnell on the issue of anti-Russian sanctions, however, we can not tell the details yet,” Kuznetsov said.

Since 2014, relations between Russia and the European Union and the United States, deteriorated amid the crisis in Ukraine. Brussels, Washington and their allies introduced several rounds of sanctions against Russia on the pretext of its alleged involvement in the Ukrainian conflict, which Moscow has repeatedly denied. In response to the restrictive measures, Russia has imposed a food embargo on some products originating in countries that have targeted it with sanctions.

Since then, NATO has been building up its military presence in Europe, particularly in eastern European countries bordering Russia, using Moscow’s alleged interference in Ukraine as a pretext.

As noted in several youtube comments, the case could be made that McCain committed an act of treason by negotiating with the Ukraine to undercut President Donald Trump’s policies.

Jeff Sessions Swats Creepy Joe Biden’s Hand Away from Child at Swearing-In Ceremony (Video)

The BIG payoff to watching the above video comes at the end of the three minutes. Not only does our new Attorney General Jeff Sessions swat then VP Joe Biden’s hand away from his grandchild, but he also gives Biden a dirty look.

Biden is well-known for his creepy behavior involving touching young girls even when cameras are rolling.

I’m not certain of which swearing-in ceremony the video captures, but I’m guessing it was a Senate swearing-in ceremony from several years ago.

As you know from yesterday’s post on #pizzagate, since the Trump administration took office, the breakup of pedophile rings and arrests have ramped up. Everyone expects big things from Jeff Sessions in terms of reining in child sexual abuse and child porn.

From the youtube information box:

Published on Feb 8, 2017

What does Sessions know? Could this explain all the irrational obstruction to his appointment as Attorney General?

Pat Buchanan: Trump Must Break Judicial Tyranny

The Drudge Report on Thursday featured Pat Buchanan’s outburst against judicial tyranny. The balance of power between the elected Congress, the elected president, and the unelected judiciary has come into focus with the federal court’s refusals to validate President Trump’s travel ban. Here’s all of Pat’s thinking on the subject.

Lew Rockwell

“Disheartening and demoralizing,” wailed Judge Neil Gorsuch of President Trump’s comments about the judges seeking to overturn his 90-day ban on travel to the U.S. from the Greater Middle East war zones.

What a wimp. Did our future justice break down crying like Sen. Chuck Schumer? Sorry, this is not Antonin Scalia. And just what horrible thing had our president said?

A “so-called judge” blocked the travel ban, said, Trump. And the arguments in court, where 9th Circuit appellate judges were hearing the government’s appeal, were “disgraceful.” “A bad student in high school would have understood the arguments better.”Did the president disparage a couple of judges? Yep.

Yet compare his remarks to the tweeted screeds of Elizabeth Warren after her Senate colleague, Jeff Sessions, was confirmed as attorney general.

Sessions, said Warren, represents “radical hatred.” And if he makes “the tiniest attempt to bring his racism, sexism & bigotry” into the Department of Justice, “all of us” will pile on.

Now, this is hate speech. And it validates Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s decision to use Senate rules to shut her down.

These episodes reveal much about America 2017.

They reflect, first, the poisoned character of our politics. The language of Warren — that Sessions is stepped in “racism, sexism & bigotry” echoes the ugliest slander of the Hillary Clinton campaign, where she used similar words to describe Trump’s “deplorables.”

Such language, reflecting as it does the beliefs of one-half of America about the other, rules out any rapprochement in America’s social or political life. This is pre-civil war language.

For how do you sit down and work alongside people you believe to be crypto-Nazis, Klansmen, and fascists? Apparently, you don’t. Rather, you vilify them, riot against them, deny them the right to speak or to be heard.

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The Backstory on Lying Fake Featherhead Elizabeth Warren’s Slander of Jeff Sessions on the Senate Floor

“WOMEN WILL NOT BE SILENCED.” NOT EVEN WHEN THEY SPEW BULLSHIT.

I think Jeff Sessions’ people got the word out on the backstory offered here, but very few are picking it up and publishing it.

The far left loons at Huffington Post are reporting that “women will not be silenced.” Thus, radicals will be blasting Coretta Scott King’s letter into Mitch McConnell’s home with a bullhorn.

It’s like because Coretta Scott King said shit 30 years ago, we have to believe the shit. Well, here’s the truth about her shit, which you’ll never see on the mainstream news outlets.

Lew Rockwell

Socialist Senator Elizabeth Warren, who lied about being part American Indian, hence Trump’s nickname for her of Pocahontas, got caught lying through her teeth again today. She wanted to read to the senate a letter by Corretta Scott King criticizing Senator Jeff Sessions some thirty years ago when he was a U.S. attorney in Alabama. She claimed that he tried to keep “elderly black people” from voting. But watching the news we learn that the case at hand was one group of black politicians in a small majority-black Alabama town that claimed voter fraud by another group of black politicians. The first group accused the second group, which included a King family friend, of rigging local elections with fraudulent absentee ballots. As U.S. Attorney for that region, Sessions investigated and went to court over it. Corretta Scott King criticized Sessions for investigating her family friend/small town political hack for voter fraud. (There were more absentee ballots in this town of 15,000 than in Montgomery, a city of 700,000).

But that’s not the story Pocahontas tried to tell. She is telling the false story that Sessions was the ringleader of a plot by white supremacists to keep black people from voting. Her behavior is a combination of unbridled bigotry toward Southerners (a prerequisite for all leftist and neocon political hacks) and lying to get ahead in politics by telling this false story that she knows herself to be unequivocally false.

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