Former President George Herbert Walker Bush, passed away Friday at the age of 94. God have mercy on his soul.
A group of migrant women in the caravan camped-out in Tijuana announced Thursday that it would begin a hunger strike to protest the slow pace at which the women are being allowed to apply for asylum, as officials from the United States and Mexico are set to meet this weekend to negotiate a plan to process their claims.
According to the Daily Caller: FBI agents raided the home of a recognized Department of Justice whistle-blower who privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistle-blower’s attorney.
As I write this from somewhere in southern California, the rain is pouring outside my window.
A rare winter rain brought on by an offshore tropical storm blowing in from the west. It’s heavy, dripping, dropping rain and it’s giving the entire region a good soaking. Normally, rain is a cause for rejoicing in these parts, because drought is the norm and rain makes everything turn green.
Apparently, the Clintons’ political life is set to end not with a bang, but a hacking cough. You gotta wonder what kind of envy Bill and Hillary Clinton experienced over the jam-packed arenas – with thousands listening outside – that President Trump always has, as they gazed out at the more than 15,000 empty seats facing them last night in Toronto on their stadium speaking tour. Even though curtains were erected cutting the arena in half, the vacant seats far outnumbered the occupied ones. The U.K. Daily Mail reports that 3,300 tickets were sold in the Scotiabank Arena, which holds 19,800, 16.6% of capacity.
Watch Anderson Cooper do exactly what the demonic forces that sign his pay-check hired him to do. Obediently read whatever garbage scrolls across his teleprompter.
And the ass-hats at CNN wonder why their ratings continue to tank. The people of the U.S. are on to this blatant propaganda. You know, all I want for Christmas is Cooper his ilk and their handlers and at the very least, every law-breaking traitor in this meme the President re-tweeted, to receive very long prison sentences. That would be the best Christmas ever.
The President’s recent re-tweet. This one.
Speaks for itself and for the majority of U.S. citizens’ wishes.
Mr. President, the citizens of the U.S. want to believe there are elements in motion that will culminate in charges, arrests, trials and the sentencing of the traitors in the meme you re-tweeted. We’ve been patiently waiting for years, some of us for decades.
We hope, for the sake of this nation, you re-tweeted this because you know something we don’t know.