Friday, February 17, 2017

Media Malpractice: The ABCs of Media Bias

AIM

When America’s most powerful media outlets demonstrated their understanding of participatory democracy by actually participating in the 2016 presidential election campaign, it backfired on them, big time.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

TREASON, SEDITION, AND SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES - Shadow Government Exposed In All Out War Against Trump


A grand jury needs to be immediately convened.  Start threatening serious jail time and watch them sing.
-W.E.

ANP

While the present news cycle is focusing on the forced resignation of Michael Flynn, as well as the reasons behind it, with "America's spies" illegally divulging confidential information to the press, if we take a step back and look at the bigger picture, we see how America became a police state right under our noses, just as Independent Media has long warned, but were mocked and called "conspiracy theorists."

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Trump Takes Action to Restore Law and Order

Source:NBCNews
Lifezette

President Donald Trump signed three new executive orders Saturday to “restore public safety and protect law enforcement” while addressing rising crime rates in communities across the country.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Mexican Drug Cartel Operating in U.S. Suburb More than 1,500 Miles from Border

A heroin trafficking operation in Rowan County led to the arrest of three people who are believed to have ties to the Mexican drug cartel. (wxii12.com) JudicialWatch

Illustrating that the Mexican drug crisis is having a far-reaching impact on the U.S., a heroin ring operated by a Mexican cartel was recently busted in an American suburb more than 1,500 miles from the southern border.

Sekulow: 9th Circuit Decision “Disappointing,” Puts National Security in Grave Danger


The open borders/ globalist/ United Nations crowd won't give up without a WAR.  

Since the activist Judge put a halt to the Trump Administration's "pause" of refugees, 100 Syrian refugees have rushed into our nation, no doubt with more to follow. (Breitbart story here)  
Now, the Left (yes, this is completely and clearly political as anyone knows who knows anything about the 9th Circus court) is saying that we need un-elected activist judges to decide who decides who can and can't enter our nation, and to hell with the rule of law, to hell with national security, to hell with the Executive Branch.  
 -W.E.

ACLJ

By Jay Sekulow

Tonight a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision backing an earlier decision by a federal district court judge in Washington State that put President Trump’s national security Executive order affecting seven countries that harbor terrorists on hold.

Poll: Americans Find Trump Admin More Truthful Than MSM

President Donald Trump listens at the White House Feb. 8, 2017 in Washington, D.C. (Chris Kleponis-Pool/Getty Images)

The MSM is nothing more than the "voice of the swamp".  Their countless lies and subtle innuendo's are meant to crush Trump, whom they are at war with.  They realize, and so must we,  that over time, if not checked, they will grind down and sway public opinions.  In fact, they already have brainwashed a large segment of our society.  Make no doubt, it is a war on Trump, and ultimately a war on our Constitution. But there is hope. American's have awoken and we are have found alternative news to their propaganda.   -W.E.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Who Actually Funded Berkeley Riots vs. Who is Getting Blamed (Video)

TheLastGreatStand

Thanks to hundreds of emails released by Wikileaks, and several of James O’Keefe’s operatives who managed to infiltrate the Democrat Party at the highest levels and catch them on film, the American people got to see first hand throughout the 2016 election how the Democrats and the far-left do not hesitate when it comes to using violence to further their political agenda, and then get their lackeys in the mainstream media to help them shift the blame onto Republicans using various off the wall and baseless accusations. 

Day 107 - DynCorp Harvest, Killing Is Good Business, Part 1


If you like this video, you may want to consider checking out the entire series with new videos every day on George Webb's You-Tube channel. -W.E. 

George Webb

DynCorp Infiltration of America's Sheriffs, Your County

Monday, February 6, 2017

Disloyal to the United States? Wesley Clark Wants to Detain You For Duration of War on Terror

Activist Post
 
Former US General Wesley Clark went on MSNBC to promote detaining domestic ‘radicals’ or people ‘disloyal to the United States’ in internment camps for the duration of the war on terror.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Take a Look At How Ronald Reagan Dealt With Violent Berkeley Protesters

Photo:Pinterest
PoliticalInsider

Archive footage of Ronald Reagan shows the former president didn’t tolerate violent protesters on college campuses, in particular, at the University of California at Berkeley.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Democrats Boycott Confirmation Of Trump Nominees, Blocking Mnuchin, Price Votes

Democrats (aka Socialists) war on Trump continues (Photo before its news)


Honestly, this is going to have to somehow stop and I think Trump is probably already making plans for it to at least be slowed down. Jeff Sessions is going to be busy helping Trump drain the swamp.  Cutting off the head of the snake, the one funding so much of this garbage,  George Soros, is a good place to start.  Seeing Soros' assets frozen and his butt hauled off to jail pending trial for sedition among other charges would serve to ice Congress, the MSM and many of the NGO's that are orchestrating the war not only on Trump, but ultimately against the American people and the U.S. Constitution.   -W.E.

ZeroHedge

Full out war between Democrats and the White House broke out today when Senate Democrats on Tuesday refused to attend a committee vote on two President Trump’s more controversial nominees, effectively delaying their consideration. 

Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee boycotted votes to advance Tom Price, Trump’s pick to head the Department of Health and Human Services, and Steven Mnuchin, his selection to head the Treasury Department. 

Since at least one democrat must be on present for the vote to be held, the move will effectively delay and potentially prevent the confirmation votes on Mnuchin and Price.  The duo is among some of the more contentious selections to join Trump’s Cabinet. 

Democrats walked out of the Senate Finance Committee hearing room, arguing that Mnuchin and Price misled senators in their testimony before the panel, and saying they could not allow a vote to proceed without more information. Minutes before the scheduled vote on the pair, democrats said they refused to enter the hearing room until they get answers to their questions about Price's stock purchase in an Australian biotechnology company.

"At a minimum, I believe the committee should postpone this vote" and have an opportunity to talk to officials at the biotech company, Sen. Ron Wyden, the top Democrat on the committee, told reporters. He said they'll be willing to move forward on Price and Treasury nominee Steven Mnuchin only after their questions are answered, especially on Price, whom Wyden suggested hasn't been "straight" with the committee.

Both Price and Mnuchin had been targeted fiercely by Democrats on a range of ethical issues. Price was pressed on his investment activity in various medical companies, and whether he improperly mixed his political activity with his personal portfolio. Mnuchin’s time at the head of OneWest Bank, and whether it treated homeowners facing foreclosure fairly, was central to his testimony. 

"He misled Congress and he misled the American people," Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), the top Democrat on the panel, said of Price. 

According to The Hill, republicans expressed outrage at the move, while Democrats gathered outside the Senate Finance Committee hearing room to outline their gripes with the selections.

“I can’t understand why senators, who know we’re going to have these two people go through, can’t support the committee,” said Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).  “I’m very disappointed in this kind of crap. … Some of this is because they just don’t like the president.” 

“This is the most pathetic thing I’ve seen in my whole time in the United States Senate,” Hatch said, adding he would try to hold a vote on the nominees later today.
Expect a furious Trump tweet slamming Democratic opposition momentarily.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Limbaugh: Trump Has 1 Much Bigger Problem Than Protesters

WND

While protests continue over President Donald Trump’s “extreme vetting” of foreigners from seven Muslim-dominated countries, radio host Rush Limbaugh says the commander in chief faces a much more serious problem.