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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Highlights of the News

Donald John Trump is still our president.

ITEM 1: Trump Sings "All I Want For Christmas Is You."



ITEM 2: President Trump's latest rally was SRO again.
They were Hershey Kisses.

ITEM 3: This guy gets it.
The FBI lies have galvanized Republican support of our president.

ITEM 4: Bearded Ted ain't no Teddy Bear.
No excitement without an indictment, but something tells me we may get some excitement shortly.

ITEM 5: Some conservatives got on Lindsey Graham's case for not subpoenaing Schiff and others.
My guess is the White House asked him not to. Republicans are united, and a very sane genius is calling the shots.

ITEM 6: Politico reported, "Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday celebrated congressional action to create the U.S. Space Force in its annual defense policy bill, crediting President Donald Trump with a major victory in advancing American dominance in space."

If the Space Academy doesn't name its football team the Cowboys, then Steve Miller's entire life's work has been for nothing.

ITEM 7: Time magazine named as its person of the year Greta Thunberg, the poster girl for climate change pedophiles. This is an upgrade from Adolf Hitler (1938), Joseph Stalin (1939 and 1942), Nikita Khrushchev (1957) and Ayatollah Khomeini (1979).

Meanwhile, the Newsmaker of the Year is President Donald John Trump for the fifth consecutive year. He dominates the news throughout the world, a world he is reshaping in the image of the United States of America.

ITEM 8: Ellie Silverman reported, "One suspect in the deadly Jersey City kosher supermarket appears to be linked the Black Hebrew Israelite movement, a hate group, as defined by the Southern Poverty Law Center, with strong Philadelphia ties, the [Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim] New York Times reported.

"Two assailants targeted the kosher supermarket Tuesday in an attack that escalated to an hours-long shootout with law enforcement that left six people dead, including the two suspects and one police officer, officials said."

I caution readers that this is based on an unreliable source: the Carlos Slim Times,which among other things libeled Nicholas Sandmann when he was harassed by a racist Indian at the National Mall in January.

However, Black Hebrew Israelites also hurled racist taunts at Sandmann and his fellow students of Covington Catholic High, Kentucky, that day. Black Hebrew Israelites are in fact anti-Semitic, which means the Carlos Slim Times report may be true.

ITEM 9: Politico reported, "Former Vice President Joe Biden’s top advisers and prominent Democrats outside the Biden campaign have recently revived a long-running debate whether Biden should publicly pledge to serve only one term, with Biden himself signaling to aides that he would serve only a single term."

Translation: Focus groups say he is too old.

ITEM 10: New York Magazine reported, "Buttigieg Denies Youthful Indiscretion of Cutting Private Insurance Costs."


The story said, "Last night, Pete Buttigieg appeared on Rachel Maddow’s program to deny what, incredibly, has become for the moment the most incendiary charge against his candidacy: As a young McKinsey employee, his clients included BlueCross BlueShield of Michigan, which undertook a round of layoffs a couple years after he filed an analysis. Buttigieg dutifully denied having played any role in the company’s plans to reduce its workforce."

Let me get this straight: it is OK for AOC to stop Amazon from hiring 25,000 New Yorkers but it is not OK to lay off a few hundred workers to lower insurance premiums.

ITEM 11BuzzFeed News reported, "Pete Buttigieg had nothing to do with a decadelong scheme to fix the price of bread across Canada, his campaign said in a statement, despite an internet theory that bubbled up after Buttigieg disclosed that he had done consulting work on supermarket pricing for the Canadian chain Loblaws during his time at McKinsey.

"Buttigieg’s campaign told BuzzFeed News on Wednesday that the Democratic presidential candidate had not worked on bread pricing specifically, instead focusing more broadly on price cuts across the Canadian chain, and that he had only recently heard of the bread scandal that has become notorious across Canada."

The Democrat oppo research campaign against Alfred E. Neuman is very entertaining.

ITEM 12: Breitbart News reported, "The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency deported more than a quarter of a million illegal aliens from the United States in Fiscal Year 2019, including roughly 5,500 gang members.

"Between September 2018 and October 2019, ICE agents deported about 267,258 illegal aliens from the U.S. — a more than four percent increase compared to 2018 and a nearly 20 percent increase compared to 2017 deportation levels.

"This year, about 85,958 of those illegal aliens were deported from the interior of the U.S., while the other more than 181,000 illegal aliens were deported after arriving at the southern border."

Faster, please.

FLASHBACK TO JULY 30, 1996: Kathy "I Did Not Sleep With The FBI" Scruggs and Ron Martz wrote in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "Richard Jewell, 33, a former law enforcement officer, fits the profile of the lone bomber. This profile generally includes a frustrated white man who is a former police officer, member of the military or police ‘wanna-be’ who seeks to become a hero."

Atlanta magazine later observed, "The article contained no attribution and quoted no sources, leaving the reader to wonder whether the claims came from a legitimate law enforcement official or from a proclamation of God."

23 years later, the newspaper is butt-hurt that Clint Eastwood made a movie about the newspaper framing an innocent man.

It is based on this Vanity Fair article. Excellent read.

ITEM 13: Norm from "Cheers" is an action hero at 71?
The 21st century amuses me.

ITEM 14: CBS News reported, "Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg plans to donate $10 million to help shore up vulnerable House Democrats being targeted by allies of President Trump because of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.

"A spokesman for Bloomberg confirmed the spending — an announcement that comes as the former mayor plans to spend today picking up endorsements for his presidential bid in California. The mayor of Stockton, California, is set to endorse Bloomberg, a day after the mayor of San José, a former supporter of the presidential bid of Senator Kamala Harris, Democrat of California, signed on to serve as his California co-chairman.

"Decisions about how to spend the $10 million will be handled by House Majority PAC, a campaign arm of the House Democratic caucus, the Bloomberg spokesman confirmed."

This is bribery.

Vote to impeach, collect millions.

ITEM 15: The Associated Press reported, "A federal judge on Wednesday blocked enforcement of a Los Angeles law requiring businesses that want city contracts to disclose whether they have ties to the National Rifle Association.

"The NRA’s request for a preliminary injunction was granted by U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson in Los Angeles. It temporarily prohibits enforcement of the measure while the case unfolds. The next step could be an appeal by the city or an NRA request to make the injunction permanent."

Reagan judge.

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