Clinton vs Trump — what’s your choice for the next four years?
Clinton vs Trump — what’s your choice for the next four years?
Trump hires new campaign manager: After going along to get along — Trump is after all a Republican — Trump has gotten rid of Manafort who it seems was quite clearly out to sabotage his campaign.
From StevePieczenik.com by
Some of you have correctly commented that for several months I have stated/written that Paul Manafort was not the right person to guide Trump through the vagaries of a new Republican Political Revolution. Manafort was and still is part of the old Rhino establishment which fed at the trough of cronyism and payola lending itself to political inertia.
Paul was the placed inside the Trump campaign at the behest of a decaying party which needed to place a damper on Donald’s innate highly charged personality. As predicted, it didn’t work.
Donald was forced to become someone who was not comfortable reading platitudes from a teleprompter and appearing presidential [whatever that means].The emotional spontaneity of Donald’s enthusiasm for change turned into a series of maladroit statements and actions which left Trump wondering who he was and what he had become. Like it or not, Donald is about to change back to Trump. Nothing could have been more presumptuous on anybody’s part that to believe in time that Donald could have been bridled by anybody or anything.
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From the very beginning of Trump’s race to the White House,I have admired the deftness of Corey Lewandowski, a brash NH Yankee who had little patience for fools and naysayers.He was and is a no-nonsense type of guy who means what he says and says what he means.
Now, a Stephen Bannon was brought in to shake up the Trump team, once again. I don’t know Bannon but I do like his profile. He was a naval officer, investment banker, entrepreneur, and a political agitator [Breitbart News].That is precisely what Trump needs right now. Bannon will bring Donald back to being the original Trump. As Lewandowski once declared, “Let Trump be Trump.”
Bannon has been recognized by Bloomberg Politics as “the most dangerous political operative in America.” His Breitbart News has been very critical of House Speaker Paul D. Ryan [R-Wisc.] and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell [R-Ky]. Breitbart is perceived as an anti-Republican establishment venue of criticism. . . .(more)
Trump assassination attempt? A dead FBI agent shows up with a gun with a silencer inside Trump Tower. Is this straight out of a spy novel or some action-suspense, thriller movie? Or is it just standard operating procedure for the CIA?
From Get off the BS
A source within the NYPD has reported that an armed 62 year old man tried to sneak in to the Trump Tower late Tuesday night. Interestingly the suspect who was found with a semi-automatic handgun fitted with a silencer has been identified as Barry Lee Bush, a former Newark NJ FBI agent who has been dead since 2007.
A Secret Service agent discovered Bush after he had circumvented a security partition on the bottom floor of the Trump Tower. Questioned by Secret Service at the scene, Bush who initially identified himself as Barry Franklyn, remained silent offering no explanation for why he broke security at the Trump Tower.
According to the NYPD source, Bush was arrested for trespassing and for illegally carrying a pistol fitted with an illegal silencer. During his booking at the NYPD Jail, Bush’s fingerprints were submitted to the National Crime Information Center, which immediately reported Bush’s true identity. . . . (more)
Why Trump will win: KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid). He Attacks what’s wrong with the country, what’s wrong with Hillary, and there’s so much that’s wrong, what’s at risk, and serves it up in a presentation that anyone can understand. Hillary’s whole thing may be I’m with her; Trump’s is I’m with you.
Basically, his speech is all about what everybody already knows but no one else will talk about because they have no intention of fixing anything, that is, unless you view the word fix in terms of “the fix is in.”
Listen to the speech point by point and you’ll know point by point why Trump will win. To vote for the Hildabeast is a vote for global governance and a vote against America.
Trump media disconnect: It seems that when It comes to Trump, the Media always gets it wrong. Are they living in an alternate universe? Their own private Idaho? Or are they tools (pun intended) of the NWO, globalist elite?
A liberal friend is very concerned about the Republican Party. He tells me that Donald Trump will make it impossible for anybody anywhere running under the “R” column to win election. Even a dogcatcher in Podunk is doomed!
The New York Times shows a similar concern. Surely written with furrowed brow, its front page worries because “Sparring in GOP Rises” and because “Rift Grows Wide as Republicans Abandon Trump.” It joins two other concerned lefties, the Huffington Post and CNBC, in declaring that the GOP is “unraveling.”
All stand ready to help sponsor a dignified funeral, but that won’t be necessary. Their reports of the Republican Party’s death are premature. Very premature.
A new Quinnipiac poll tells the inconvenient truth. Trump and Hillary Clinton are tied in each of the three key swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida.
The breakdown in Florida reveals how truly close the race is. As Politico puts it, Clinton has a 13-point advantage among women, 48 percent to 35 percent, while Trump’s lead among men is also 13 points, 49 percent to 36 percent. Each gets 39 percent of independent voters, while Trump wins big among whites, and Clinton wins big among nonwhites. The candidates have identical net negative approvals of minus 20 points, 37 percent to 57 percent.
With the poll showing Bernie Sanders doing better against Trump than Clinton (and Sanders winning the West Virginia primary on Tuesday), I myself am growing concerned about the “unraveling” of the Democratic Party!
Big Media’s fixation on the defections of Big-Name Republicans is the latest proof that both groups remain stubbornly disconnected from real Americans. If Trump had been dependent on the support of Mitt Romney or Sen. Lindsey Graham or assorted pundits and donors, he never would have gotten 10 million primary votes.
He launched a rocket-fueled revolution, defeated 16 rivals and became the presumptive nominee by running against the entire national establishment, not to mention conventional wisdom and both political parties.
Now he’s doomed if Romney doesn’t back him? Nonsense.
Yet each day, the drum beats louder about a new and greater threat to GOP harmony. The current one is the insistence from everybody on the left, and a few on the right, that Trump is toast if he can’t get House Speaker Paul Ryan to endorse him. . . . (more)
Trump Rubio VP: Foam party King, or is that Queen, Marco says he would not be Trump’s VP. Yeah, Okay.
You’ve got to love these guys who turn down things they haven’t been offered. What does he think? He’s playing Fantasy Football?
Marco refuses? Hang tough, Marco. What a guy!
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) May 10, 2016
From Jezebel by JE Reich
It looks like we should start planning certified robot Marco Rubio’s belated bar-mitzvah, because it looks like the GOP’s babiest automaton has turned into a real boy—at least when it comes to refusing to publicly back presumptive GOP nominee/withered Cheeto behind your couch Donald Trump.
Well, sort of.
In an interview on Tuesday with anchor Jake Tapper on CNN’s The Lead, the former GOP hopeful and current Florida senator once again flatly denied the possibility of running on the same ticket as his former rival.
“It would be impossible,” Rubio stated, citing his lack of advisers currently “out in the field.”
“I stand by the things that I said,” Rubio went on to insist, while referring to Trump as an “erratic con-man” who should not be given nuclear codes—which is all probably correct, considering that Trump seems to think that nuclear warfare is about the same as playing Sid Meier’s Civilization II. [What? Jezebel is not a fan of Trump? Now there’s a surprise. — Ed.] . . . (more)
Roger Stone Trump: Roger Stone and Alex Jones with the Latest on the Trump campaign.
Making America Great Again.
Trump rape hoax: Katie Johnson has filed a $100 million lawsuit in California against Donald Trump, accusing him of holding her for four months as a sex slave when she was 13 years old in 1994, claiming to have met Trump at a Jeffrey Epstein sex party.
Odd that she has waited 22 years to file, and to file in California only a little more than a month away from the California Republican primary.
She has filed the claim on her own behalf, and without representation of a lawyer, but the claim has clearly been drafted by an expert lawyer. What is also clear is that the establishment has become desperate, is in crisis mode, and will stop at nothing to block Trump from winning the Republican nomination. Sort of reminds me of the Michelle Fields’ “He grabbed my arm and almost threw me to the ground” charge against Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowksi, something that was proven absolutely, 100% false, a manufactured lie, only this one is a lot more vicious.
From The Anti Media, by SM Gibson
April 29, 2016
(ANTIMEDIA) As Donald Trump inches closer to the Republican nomination, GOP insiders scramble to put a halt to the billionaire’s run for the White House. A new lawsuit filed in the state of California could prove to be the ultimate act of desperation by a frantic establishment willing to go to any lengths to end Trump’s bid for the Oval Office. However, if the allegations contained within the court documents are found to be true, they would not only spell the end of Trump’s presidential aspirations, but most likely his brand as a whole.
On April 26, a woman residing in California named Katie Johnson filed a lawsuit against Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein – for the amount of $100 million – accusing the two billionaires of “forcing her to engage in various perverted and depraved acts by threatening physical harm.” The plaintiff, who describes herself as Trump and Epstein’s “sex slave” in the papers, also accuses the pair of having threatened to kill her family if she told anyone of their crime.
The incidents alleged to have taken place over a four-month span in 1994 in New York City, when Johnson was only 13-years-old.
Of the four separate encounters Johnson outlined in the documents, the last incident is described in the most detail:
“On the fourth and final sexual encounter with the defendant, Donald J. Trump, the Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, was tied to a bed by Defendant Trump who then proceeded to forcibly rape Plaintiff Johnson. During the course of this savage sexual attack, Plaintiff Johnson loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to “please wear a condom.” Defendant Trump responded by violently striking Plaintiff Johnson in the face with his open hand and screaming that “he would do what he wanted” as he refused to wear protection. After achieving sexual orgasm, the Defendant, Donald J. Trump put his suit back on and when the Plaintiff, Katie Johnson, in tears asked Donald Trump what would happen if he had impregnated her, Defendant Trump grabbed his wallet and threw some money at her and screamed that she should use the money “to get a f*cking abortion.”
Jumping in front of the media blitz that accompanies rumors of this nature, Trump has already addressed the story, calling the events described by the woman a lie.
“The allegations are not only categorically false, but disgusting at the highest level and clearly framed to solicit media attention or, perhaps are simply politically motivated. There is absolutely no merit to these allegations. Period,” Donald Trump told RadarOnline concerning the court papers.
A woman the documents refer to only as “Tiffany Doe” is said to be able to corroborate the events.
“Material witness Tiffany Doe fully confirms of all Plaintiff Katie Johnson’s allegations of physical and sexual abuse by Defendants Donald J. Trump and Jeffrey E. Epstein. Tiffany Doe was physically present at each of the four occasions by Defendant Trump upon the person of Plaintiff Johnson, as it was her job to witness all of the sexual escapades of Defendant Epstein’s guests at these underage sex parties and later reveal all of the sordid details directly to Defendant Epstein. Defendant Epstein also demanded that Tiffany Doe tell him personally everything she had overheard at these parties explaining to her that “knowledge was king” in the financial world. As a result of these underage sex parties, Defendant Epstein was able to accumulate inside business knowledge that he otherwise would never have been privy to in order to amass his huge personal fortune,” according to the court papers.
Jeffrey Epstein, who has already served 13 months in prison for a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old, is a registered Level 3 sex offender – considered by the state to be a “high risk” to repeat his offense and “a threat to public safety.” At one point, Epstein, who has been implicated in numerous sex crimes involving minors, was facing 10 years to life on multiple counts of statutory rape.
In 2010, the FBI seized a 194-page “little black book” belonging to Epstein that listed the identities of underage girls he was accused of keeping as sex slaves. Incidentally, the plaintiff, Katie Johnson’s name does not appear in the book.
According to Radar, the address listed as Ms. Johnson’s on the documents is a home in Twentynine Palms, California that has been foreclosed upon. The phone number listed as the plaintiff’s has been disconnected.
“To be clear, there is absolutely no merit to these claims and, based on our investigation, no evidence that the person who has made these allegations actually exists,” Trump attorney Alan Garten told the Daily Mail.
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Trump the Snake. A new Trump video which takes the lyrics of a song recorded by Al Wilson in 1969 based on an allegory from Aesop’s Fables. Trump recites the lyrics as if reading a poem over the background of clips of migrant chaos in Europe. Maybe those that have slipped beyond the power of critical think might get the message when it’s presented in this way.