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President Donald Trump responded to the El Paso and Dayton shootings in the worst way possible. He called for gun control, the death penalty for “hate crimes,” and more tech censorship. It’s a plan Kamala Harris would envy and if implemented, would let the federal government silence Trump voters on social media and take their guns. Trump also speculated that his plan should be paired with “immigration reform”—a term he left undefined, but conventionally used to mean Amnesty. Instead of defending his supporters or shifting the focus onto the Antifa Dayton shooter, he capitulated to the Main Stream Media narrative. He received no credit and Democrats and journalists continue to blame the president for the El Paso massacre (and some even for Dayton). The president’s disastrous response was one of the lowest points of his presidency and it may cost him re-election.

Trump addressed the nation from the White House Monday. Most Democrats and journalists had already blamed him for the El Paso shooting and said his rhetoric drove the deranged shooter to kill.

“In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy,” Trump stated. “These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hatred has no place in America.” He also said “hatred pulled the trigger.” [Trump condemns ‘white supremacy,’ calls for mental health and gun reforms after double mass shootings, by Brooke Singman, Fox News, August 5, 2019]

Trump’s plan to prevent these shootings centered around “red flag laws.” “ We must make sure that those judged to pose a grave risk to public safety do not have access to firearms, and that if they do, those firearms can be taken through rapid due process,” Trump said. “That is why I have called for red-flag laws, also known as extreme-risk protection orders.”

These laws would allow government officials to deny and confiscate guns from individuals deemed possible threats. But the reasons for seizure could be limitless, especially in today’s climate. It’s a Pandora’s Box that will empower Leftist bureaucrats to strip American patriots’ of basic rights.

The idea was reportedly put in Trump’s head by South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a man who rarely fails to advance terrible ideas [A Rare Gun-Control Proposal That Could Unite Congress, by Russell Berman, The Atlantic, August 6, 2019]

In an alternate universe, in a serious country with a government that would flag only those with a history of violence or severe mental illness, it might work. But today, it will likely be used against political dissidents.

Indeed, several states, such as Florida, already have this law on the books. Since the Sunshine State implemented this policy in 2018, it has confiscated guns from nearly 2,000 people. All it takes for Florida to seize someone’s arms is for a concerned individual to file a report and for a judge to agree guns should be taken [As Trump pitches red flag laws, here’s how local and Florida lawmen tap into gun seizure law, by Karl Etters, Tallahassee Democrat, August 5, 2019]

Let’s hope your Woke neighbors like you!

The president’s other ideas were equally bad. He called for the federal death penalty against those convicted of “hate crimes.” The idea of hate crimes is, of course, ridiculous since most violent crime is motivated by some form of hate. What kind of hate makes one crime worse than others? For the Leftists who make these laws, it’s the hate that comes from whites that requires extra punishment. Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder actually admitted this during hearings on the legislation, rendering it a clear violation of the Equal Protection Clause and almost certainly unconstitutional.

Trump’s endorsement of these laws and the need to kill those convicted creates a disturbing opening for future Democratic administrations. One may not need to be a murderer to warrant execution by the federal government—a court will just need to rule you have “hate” in your heart.

The third bad idea was Trump’s call for government-directed censorship: “I am directing the Department of Justice to work in partnership with local, state, and federal agencies and social media companies to develop tools to identify mass shooters before they strike,” he said.

8chan has already been deplatformed for allegedly hosting the El Paso’s shooter’s manifesto (which it denies). And if the DOJ is encouraging tech giants to censor, it won’t be the last site purged. Trump is supposed to use state power to fight tech censorship, not empower it. His directive is terrible news for free speech and will, like “red flag” laws, be abused by Leftist bureaucrats.

The president could have highlighted left-wing violence and the need to counter it. The Dayton shooter, Connor Betts, was an antifa supporter who fantasized about violence against right-wingers and Christians. He also frequently interacted with left-wing journalists and groups on Twitter. Betts may have targeted the bar he shot up because of its association with the police and conservatives. But Trump didn’t even get the shooting’s location right—mistakenly saying it happened in nearby Toledo, Ohio. The president loudly condemned “white supremacy” and “racism” but couldn’t denounce left-wing violence.

The president did not bring up his “immigration reform” paired with gun control idea at the Monday press conference. He shared this idea in a tweet that morning, but did not elaborate on what he meant. Does he want to push Jared Kushner’s deeply flawed immigration plan through Congress, or does he want to revive some form of Amnesty?

Needless to say, no-one gave the president credit for betraying his supporters. Most mocked his response. “The president is weak. And wrong,” Sen. Cory Booker, a Democratic presidential candidate, tweeted. “White supremacy is not a mental illness, and guns are a tool that white supremacists use to fulfill their hate.” [‘Hollow,’ ‘weak’: 2020 Democrats react to Donald Trump’s remarks on mass shootings, by Nicholas Wu, USA Today, August 5, 2019]

NBC News ran an analysis that claimed Trump’s response was a “tragic self-own” since the president is responsible for hate in America [In tragic self-owns, Trump denounces racism, and calls for immigration reform, by Jonathan Alter, NBC News, August 5, 2019].

Trump held tight to a political base that demands allegiance to the promises he’s made to defend gun owners’ rights and advance a border policy that is infused with racist rhetoric. Rather than risk alienating his allies, Trump chose to expose himself to claims of responsibility — “hatred pulls the trigger,” said the president who hurls invective at his adversaries — and to reminders that he hopes to accomplish with immigration policy what the alleged shooter could not get done with bullets.

So what did Trump accomplish? Nothing positive. Middle America loves its guns and does not want to give them up. A national Red Flag law would probably result in many Americans losing their Second Amendment rights for political reasons. And many Trump voters will also be silenced during the upcoming campaign, thanks to the president himself.

Will the president’s catastrophic response be the final straw for Trump’s sorely-tried base? If they can’t count on their champion to defend their Second Amendment and free speech rights, they will stay home.

The president could have condemned the individual responsible for the El Paso shooting while separating it from the cause of immigration patriotism. He could have framed border security and immigration reduction as ways to reduce social tensions. He could have forcefully condemned Leftist violence and used Dayton to put critics on the defensive. Instead, he sided with the Swamp against Middle America.

Trump better hope Congress is too divided to pass his terrible ideas. His political future depends on it.

Washington Watcher II [Email him] is an anonymous DC insider.

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  1. Sean says:

    Hickock 45 said people who complain that, for example, the NRA has written all the gun control laws don’t understand how things work in the real world. Trump is further restricting what is already restricted in order not to have a head of steam build up behind a total ban.

  2. peterAUS says:

    Will the president’s catastrophic response be the final straw for Trump’s sorely-tried base?

    No.
    The Conman will tweet something next week and they’ll line up behind him again.

    There is a peculiar combination at works here. Won’t describe it.

    I am pretty sure how all this is going to work for the foreseeable future. Won’t describe it either.

    Will be exciting, for sure.

  3. Miro23 says:

    Will the president’s catastrophic response be the final straw for Trump’s sorely-tried base? If they can’t count on their champion to defend their Second Amendment and free speech rights, they will stay home.

    More likely, they will turn to someone who will enforce the border and defend the 2nd Amendment. This is the route to increased radicalization – not staying at home.

    By now, any thinking person can see that Trump and Congress are a Soviet style Nomenklatura, there to enact the wishes of the US Zionists and US Cultural Bolsheviks. The interests of Anglo Americans don’t come into it, and the efforts they made to elect Trump were a waste of time.

    • Agree: theMann
    • Replies: @Dani
    , @Realist
    , @Karen
    , @ia
    , @Currahee
  4. Here’s the thing…..yes, he said a bunch of stupid shit, but……..he never follows through
    on anything.

    He’s all talk.

  5. It’s over. Blacks in Democratic cities are murdered in numbers that make these killings look small but no one in the Jewish controlled media will not allow the truth. The shooter in Texas was a nutbag but some of the things he stated in his so called manifesto were true but never allowed to be spoken in the New World order. These people want more of these shootings that’s why they are triggering them by stopping any discussion of the truth which they know will bring out these idiots.

    How many of these killings occurred under the Obama Regime? Of course no one cares because his supporters were in a daze for 8 years as he became one of the greatest International Murders just like his predecessors.

    The Republicans are nothing but wimps and will stand for nothing. They get intimidated so easily it’s scary. When Obama spoke on this they should have blasted him out of the sky with his own record but they hid.

    You should prepare because you won’t believe how crazy this is going to get. You wait till the Dems open all borders the entire system will collapse in a few months. The Democrats are on a suicide mission and you white folks are going to be sacrificed first.

  6. nsa says:

    Surprise, surprise……..Trumpstein, the lifelong NY democrat, has come out as a boomer SJW. No matter how many guns he grabs or how many whites he prosecutes for hate crimes, the hapless MAGAstinian chumps will never abandon him….for the simple reason they have nowhere else to go. Trumpstein’s actual base is the jew. As long as he strokes the jew, he receives donations and constant great coverage from the jewmedia which assures his reelection. Hence, tax cuts for upper income earners, endless destruction of the ME, a tariff war with the Chinese because they won’t allow (((western))) financial services into their domestic economy, support for the joohadis in Syria, flooding the nation with legal and illegal immigrants to harm whites, low interest rates to enable the wall street looters, unlimited taxpayer funds and diplomatic cover for the vile bloodthirsty izzies, etc, etc. One thing you can say about Trumpstein…..he has delivered magnificently for his base, the jew.

  7. Richard B says:

    Anyone who truly loves freedom is on their own.

    They can try to organize.

    But any attempt will be blocked and the leaders Schaeffer Cox’d or LaVoy’d.

    • Replies: @Jacques Sheete
  8. Trump Blows El Paso Response, and Maybe the Election.

    I agree that his reaction was terrible. That being said, he has not blown the election. Not even close. By next month people will have already moved on; come November 2020 the events of the past couple weeks may just as well be so much Sumerian historical arcana for the average American. If Kamala Harris makes it to the top of the Democratic ticket like the media is so desperately attempting to bring about, his chances for reelection may even improve.

    Barring some major catastrophe on his part—and say what you will about Trump, he has certainly proven to be remarkably durable—I stand firm in my belief that 2020 will be his election to lose.

  9. Any time you see the president reading, squinting and sniffing you know what you are hearing, is concocted tripe. The correction will usually come the following day.

    The NY Times headline by the way was…odd. Shows they aren’t particularly facile in the editorial process even if the news content was adequate. But we knew that.

    Tough guy that he is, let’s see if he can handle the mayor of Dayton (8/7)? Go ahead Mr. President ‘make her day.’

  10. “…He could have forcefully condemned Leftist violence and used Dayton to put critics on the defensive. Instead, he sided with the Swamp against Middle America…”

    All the persons he appointed (Mnuchin, Bolton e.a.) are from the Swamp, all his policies are from the Swamp. Trump is the Swamp.

    • Disagree: Precious
  11. @Robert Dolan

    he never follows through on anything.

    He never follows through on any conservative promises. On liberal legislation — prisoner release, vast expansion of H1B immigrants, raising the debt ceiling, embassy in Jerusalem, “gifting” the Golan Heights — he does just fine.

  12. At the general level, Trump always supports gun rights; but at the detail level he always opposes them. For example: he banned bump-stocks. He used to be a card-carrying Democrat in his younger days, you know, before he went undercover.

    • Replies: @Sean
  13. Richard B says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    “By next month people will have already moved on…”

    You’re probably right.

    I mean, anyone remember anything about the Las Vegas shooting?

    Yeah, me either.

    Besides, more and more people know the drill by now.

    Shooting + Manifesto = Cohencidence

    The typical reaction to these things is not tears, it’s eye-rolling.

    Most have moved on before the fake blood has dried.

  14. anonymous[124] • Disclaimer says:

    It sure does sound like Trump accidentally shot himself in the head with those remarks.

    Haven’t read any commentary–from the left or right–that does not condemn everything he said, basically because it comes out of his mouth.

    Those shootings may have turned out to be Kamala Harris’s or Joe Biden’s lucky day. (In which case, the rest of the world had better look out.)

    Just asking, without any reference to the two recent shootings which cannot be justified in anybody’s book, how does being afraid of black gang bangers, not wanting to live in their proximity or to be without personal protection against such types, without any further inspection, just assumedly equate to “white supremacy” or “racist hatred?” Seems more like a pragmatic choice of self-preservation and that of your children rather than any obligatory theory about the social order.

    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
  15. Amon says:

    Trump is a traitor and foreign agent.

    And it will be interesting to see the 2020 election if he can’t even muster up enough support to run as a candidate.

  16. Biff says:
    @nsa

    the hapless MAGAstinian chumps will never abandon him….for the simple reason they have nowhere else to go.

    When will the rest of the voters get the hint? Name one Congress critter or president that actually represented the average parole’?

  17. this is the first time he has gotten something completely and totally wrong. in the past, his great natural political instincts have almost always saved him, and he’s reversed course. we’ll see if he does again. although this time, i don’t think so.

    he’s getting TERRIBLE advice all day, every day, from the people around him. after years, that starts to get thru. standard issue republicans are wrong about almost everything, and they have Trump’s ear now. there’s probably not a single smart or aware person in his daily group of associates. they’re all total mediocrities, special interest groups, or outright traitors. proven failure GOP orthodoxy is the order of the day at this point.

  18. @Robert Dolan

    “Here’s the thing…..yes, he said a bunch of stupid shit, but……..he never follows through
    on anything. He’s all talk.”

    usually. but he followed thru on the bump stock ban. and remember, this is the second time he’s expressed interest in ‘taking the guns before they do something.’ he said something about that after las vegas.

    so we can be pretty sure that’s his natural inclination. he’s not big on due process, and he definitely wants to ‘take them before they do something’. he is a New Yorker, after all. he’s not strongly pro-gun. that’s just the compromise you accept electing him.

    doesn’t help that his moron daughter is always whining to him to do the wrong thing.

    it’s too bad there’s not somebody who is actually smart in his cabinet, who can explain these things to him. it’s a big, big mistake to go for gun control after a shooting. an obvious own goal. something to avoid 100% of the time. the leftists give you zero credit, then gleefully take advantage of your new, absolutely stupid laws, to attack your own voters.

  19. map says:

    Meh…

    With Trump, always wait 48 hours after he says something.

    His comments are designed to test the waters for a response.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Toasty
  20. eah says:

  21. @niteranger

    Trump is not the only BS artist. The Dems are BSing too, to a large extent. Increasingly, the sound bites we get from our politicians are like religious affirmations that are ignored except when in church. Do you think Kamela Harris wants to live in the ‘hood’?
    The right needs to muscle its way into the mainstream, by running candidates. I realize there will be a lot of hazards to overcome, but they need to find people willing to take the risks and put in place support systems to help them when they are harassed and illegally undermined. The right has yet to learn that the way things are is not necessarily the way things must be. They lack imagination. The left learned long ago to picture really outrageous scenarios and make them come true over time. In 1955 the concept “gay marriage” would have been regarded as ridiculous or worse.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  22. Meh, nothing short of “I resign the office of President” was going to be seen as a positive, and even then they’d criticise him for not jailing himself.

  23. @Richard B

    It’s getting to the point where shootings without manifestos are disappointing.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  24. El Dato says:
    @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    Not to mention gifting neocons the abolition of the INF treaty and (soon) START treaty, and completely pointless war moves against Venezuela and Iran. And the way things are going the will be shooting match with China over some coral reef before the election.

    Things are starting to move fast. I feel that the odds are good that there will be some ultra-violence against one or the other member of government or TV pundit in the next few days.

    NYT decried as un-leftist cowards:

    NYT changes front-page mass shootings headline after backlash from Dem 2020 hopefuls

    Some Democrats and left-leaning pundits have been insisting that Trump’s rhetoric emboldens shooters to commit massacres like the one in El Paso, where the suspect allegedly published an anti-immigrant manifesto. One such view was put forward by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who also had harsh words for the NYT. The paper’s front page serves as “a reminder of how white supremacy is aided by – and often relies upon – the cowardice of mainstream institutions.”

    • Replies: @Winnetou1889
  25. @Richard B

    Most have moved on before the fake blood has dried.

    That’s the unusual thing about this set of mass killings. The large number of killings in Black neighborhoods, plus the infiltration by Mexican gangs and the open hatred of Whites in the “mainstream” news networks (quotes because the word is more like a name than a description today) seem to have the literate and non-Left public taking all killings as equal, no matter who the victims.

    The old ploy that “Group X has been hurt, and you have to compensate them for that.” isn’t as productive of support as it was before former POTUS Obama.

    Counterinsurgency

  26. @niteranger

    The guy did not write that manifesto. It was written by someone with way above articulacy and edcuation than most 21 year old Americans and we’ve learned from his neighbor he was retarded in fact and went to special ed. 8CHAN reported at the start the manifesto was not uploaded by the shooter also.. The reason it had a lot of truth in it was to tarnish everybody who believes those things. You can clearly see who they’re coming for now.

  27. A national Red Flag law would probably result in many Americans losing their Second Amendment rights for political reasons.

    A red flag is always bad news.

    The Jews work tirelessly on the left and right to criminalize speech, to disarms the people, and try to put the opposition in mental institutions, and demand death penalty for “anti-semitism”.

    You should be most worried about opposition being thrown and locked up in mental institutions, where they serve as lab rats for drugs and human experiments.

    Trump just parrots what his jewish handlers already said to UN, in case of Danny Danon, who demanded punishment and death for people the Jews hate.

    It all had happened before in the Soviet Union, and it seems to happen again in the US, SU mirrored.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
  28. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    If Trump doesn’t get rid of that failed slumlord Jared and stop listening to his airhead daughter Ivanka, who he uses as a sounding board for policy changes, he will lose 2020.

    But only if the Dems put forth a candidate who offers real change, like Tulsi Gabbard and that ain’t going to happen, since a certain group of ethnic gangsters are abhorred at the thought of an American president not fighting endless wars for Israel.
    Since they control the MSM, many of those think tanks, and have very deep pockets, like the casino magnate Adelson, and bozos like Pelosi and Schumer in charge of the DNC, serious candidates like Gabbard don’t stand a chance.

    • Replies: @Amon
    , @Realist
    , @Poupon Marx
  29. eah says:

    Trump Blows El Paso Response, …

    Looking at the fundamental concerns of the people who voted for him, which he did address in his campaign rhetoric, what has Trump, as President, not ‘blown’? — I honestly cannot see what he has done/accomplished that would lead people to believe and vote for him again — turnout in 2016, which has to go down as a ‘polarized’ election (not a bad thing: people want and deserve a clear choice), was still less than 60%, and Trump won several key states by relatively small margins — at this point he has to hope his ‘base’ will show up in not significantly reduced numbers, holding their noses and voting for him as the ‘lesser of two evils’.

    • Replies: @eah
  30. @Robert Dolan

    but……..he never follows through
    on anything

    But the Orange Buffoon doesn’t always call the shots. He rarely does at all.

    What (((The Council))) wants done, he does.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  31. The president’s disastrous response was one of the lowest points of his presidency and it may cost him re-election.

    Hopefully.
    ANYbody who claims love and loyalty to America and Constitution but keeps PompeYo and Bolton in his cabinet, deserves place in the dustbin of History.

  32. Patric says:
    @Rabbitnexus

    I agree just as the teenage shooter of the synagogue in Poway did not write his. Or the Christchurch shooter did not write his either. These events are psy ops very controlled top to bottom. My guess is nobody died in El Paso and if they did it has NOTHING to do with the ‘story’ we are being told. The Del Sol Medical Center has admitted at least 3 times that they DRILLED for this. That’s all you need to know , it’s a false flag and probably an outright hoax. It is only be calling this out that Trump could ‘win’ in this situation. Here is the medical center admitting the drills at the 3:00 mins mark

  33. The way Donald Trump reacts to things makes me think he’s a woman trapped inside a man’s body. His responses lately are based on emotion only. He changes his mind back and forth daily. If we wanted a woman President, hey, we had a chance, right?

    At least ACT like a man, President Trump! If, on the other hand, you’re serious about this Red Flag stuff, you are now my political enemy.

    • Replies: @Nodwink
    , @RadicalCenter
    , @Truth
  34. Bruno says:

    The White Supremacist guys are bozo with low IQ that can’t get any public policy done. No bad comes from stopping them.

    Probably the young Texan actions will result in 100k more
    Latinos in the USA …

    But freedom of speech is a very important. And it’s a pitty their his no public HBD billionaire willing to fund the movement .

    • Troll: Realist
    • Replies: @Meimou
  35. Realist says:
    @Miro23

    Elections will not solve our problems. The sooner this is realized the better.

    • Agree: Ilya G Poimandres
  36. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:

    Will the president’s catastrophic response be the final straw for Trump’s sorely-tried base? If they can’t count on their champion to defend their Second Amendment and free speech rights, they will stay home.

    No doubt. If the elections were held today he’d be out. Bitching about “white supremacy” and “hate” is exactly what his opponents wanted and the exact terminology they’d use.

    This shows me that his immediate circle of close advisers actually want him to fail. Back in the day (2016) he was experiencing leaps in popularity every time he pushed against the MSM grain. People respected that and eventually elected him. That attitude is mostly gone now and this shit is indistinguishable from the Globohomo agenda.

  37. Realist says:
    @niteranger

    The Republicans are nothing but wimps and will stand for nothing. They get intimidated so easily it’s scary.

    That is for sure. As I said before.

    Trump and the Deep State do not care what the American people want. They know that most American people are inane fools and will believe anything. Most Americans would rather watch America’s Got Talent or Dancing With The Stars than be informed about important issues.
    The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the ‘two parties’ as long as their important issues are maintained. As a matter of fact it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting.

    America’s problems will not be solved by voting.

  38. Realist says:
    @Rabbitnexus

    Your points are plausible.

  39. Realist says:
    @Biff

    When will the rest of the voters get the hint? Name one Congress critter or president that actually represented the average parole’?

    I believe you mean prole.

  40. Realist says:
    @Franklin Ryckaert

    All the persons he appointed (Mnuchin, Bolton e.a.) are from the Swamp, all his policies are from the Swamp. Trump is the Swamp.

    Yes, a Deep Stater for sure.

  41. Realist says:
    @prime noticer

    this is the first time he has gotten something completely and totally wrong.

    Now that’s funny…it would be funnier if you weren’t serious.

  42. Seems like supporting a Trump – Pence ticket is now a red flag in SJW clown world. Only the Q anon cultists and the rapture crowd would be foolish enough to risk a possible SWAT raid and lifetime supply of psych meds to vote for Trump. Then again, they are the best of best with when it comes to useful idiots.

    On a curious note, I wonder if Donny boy realizes he will be in line for the hate crime death drip in the upcoming Warren Harris regime? Some tools are just meant to be disposable.

    • Replies: @Amon
  43. Anonymous[270] • Disclaimer says:
    @map

    Even if you’re right, that would be kinda retarded. Does he really need to “test” his base by adopting anti-white narratives and threatening their 1st and 2nd amendment rights? Really? What’s being tested? The exact volume of lost support?

    He’s supposed to be a fucking leader. His voters have passed the test two years ago so it’s been up to him to pass his own since then. How’s that working out?

    It’s possible that he’ll soften some of this shit in 48 hours – when the negative reaction becomes evident – but he’s certainly lost voters here. Bottom line is that a man with principles and a brain would be testing his promised policies for positive reactions. Trump is clearly missing at least one of those two.

  44. Bruno says:

    The only good that could come is aligning antifa to white supremacy and treating them as terrorists thanks to the Ohio’s shooter (despite the link being completely weak)

  45. Robjil says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    These events are Operation Gladio. The desired effect happened, the masses fell for the patsies chosen. ZUS media laps it up endlessly to drive the ball in the hole.

    The Romans were more civilized in that they had their games in arenas. The ZUS empire does its OG games in city centers. Also, most importantly the Romans did not demonize and hate the majority of their citizens.

    The ZUS empire’s new tactic of hating and demonizing the majority of its citizens is going to destroy the empire. No empire ever survived by hating and demonizing its majority.

    The Operation Gladio events have been happening on a grand scale in the western world for the past few years. The majority of them had been blamed on “Isis”, the Israeli Secret Intelligence Service. Al-Qaeda is also a friend of Israel. Israel supports them in Syria, since they “never” attacked Israel. Something that our “free” press never mentions.

    This new tactic of blaming “White Supremacist” is odd. It blaming and demonizing most of the citizens of the western world. White is an odd term, no one is white like paper or paint. Supreme is a strange word for little people. Little people of any color have no power at all in this world and can never be supreme.

    The only W Supreme, in reality. that the world sees is Wolfowitz’s Full Spectrum Dominance. Since 1991, Wolfowitz War Supremacy has created endlessly tidal waves of destruction and misery on our planet. Millions of people have been killed or injured from this type of W Supremacy. Yet our ZUS “free” press supports every Wolfowitz War Supremacy cause be it coups, invasions, or wars.

    • Replies: @bjondo
    , @Curmudgeon
  46. buckwheat says:

    Trump has the attention span of a piss ant, next week he’ll be off to bigger and better things. If you think anything is going to come of this gun control nonsense then you are dumber than AholeC.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  47. eah says:
    @eah

    Trump is not smart enough to realize that he will never appease these people.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @FatmanScoop
  48. APilgrim says:

    Mr. President,

    Shall we leave AF-1 gassed up, to attend all the BLACK Mass Shootings? About once per week, some Black ‘goes-postal’ and kills 3 or more Blacks.

    Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia & other Democrat-Run Shithole cities will give you a chance to visit a lot of Golf Courses.

    What shall the POTUS ‘dead-negro’ THRESHOLD be? 3, 5, 9, 12?

  49. Beloved Golden Emperor should have just tweeted out this link:

  50. onebornfree says: • Website

    Reality Fact: Trump = More, Bigger Government [ he always did, he always will]

    Reality Fact: Every day the federal government gets even bigger, rewards itself and its cronies/sycophants with even bigger budgets, and therefor sucks ever more blood from the economy, and takes ever more freedom from us all.

    [MORE]

    Anyone who doesn’t already know and understand that fact is either not paying attention to the glaringly obvious or, is deliberately ignoring it, or, is actually in favor of a bigger federal government, more wars, more regulations, higher taxes, a lower general standard of living and far less freedom for individuals.

    Reality Fact: Just like the Dems, Trump is a chimera, a lie, another big government loving deliberate distraction. Just like the Dems, he has never been in favor of the re-establishment of a small constitutionally limited federal government.

    Trump, just like the Dems, is a full on socialist and is therefor just as much an enemy of freedom as are the loathsome commie democrat scumbags.

    Reality Fact :

    There is NOT ONE current political candidate, who is on record as being seriously committed to radically downsizing the US federal government.

    Reality Fact: Government “Solutions” Have Never Worked :

    There are already 1000’s of federal gun control laws on the books.

    Assuming that the 2 weekend shootings actually happened [Texas and Ohio], for real [although I’m not so sure that they even happened, for various reasons], regardless,none of the existing gun control laws prevented these events.

    So “we” need more gun control laws now? And this time they will work?

    Historically, government solutions have never worked. [eg health care, immigration, drug prohibition, the environment, infrastructure, “education”].

    Which means that any/all newly proposed government “solutions” to [whatever] problems , whether proposed by a Republican or a Democrat, will fail to improve things but will instead make things even worse than they already are.

    The only “fix” is, at the very least, to get the federal government entirely out of all the areas it has unconstitutionally invaded [ eg gun control, law enforcement, health care, the environment, education].

    “The all-important first step toward getting smaller government is to stop supporting anyone who is making government bigger.” [Extracted from Harry Browne’s “Why Government Doesn’t Work”: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?176722-Why-Government-Doesn-t-Work-by-Harry-Browne-FREE-PDF

    Reality Fact :

    Trump, and all the other Dems and Repubs [ two sides of the same coin] is just yet another manifestation of the “more , bigger government, and more laws is what we need” scam. Pure deception.

    Bottom line: a vote for Trump, or a “new” Trump, or or any other current Demopublican candidate is, as it stands, a vote for an [even] bigger government, bigger deficits, less freedom, more wars, even more government interference in the economy, and, therefor, an even lower standard of living for the masses than is currently “enjoyed”, as the 0.01% continue to “legally”extract more and more wealth from the government-run, [communist/fascist] system.

    Regards, onebornfree

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @APilgrim
  51. Moi says:
    @Sean

    Hickock 45 is just a redneck–but a decent shooter.

  52. APilgrim says:
    @Rabbitnexus

    Of course, it was difficult for 8CHAN to discuss this or any other subject.

    8CHAN was blocked, censored and banned for a couple of days.

    There was a RADICAL AGENDA to advance, and little things like: Free Speech, Right to Confront Accusers, Freedom of the Press, Right of Self-Defense, Presumption of Innocence, Common-Law-Rights, and all the rest must give way.

    MOB Rule Reigns across the internet, and that MOB must be incarcerated.

  53. APilgrim says:

    ‘Red-Flag-Laws’ grossly violate the following Bills of Right:

    Amendments: 1, 2, 5, 7, & 14

    So, there’s that.

  54. @Sean

    That’s the funniest thing I’ve read all week. Of course, it’s only Wednesday…

  55. APilgrim says:

    The Ashkenazim Communists are insatiable, implacable, ruthless, & vicious.

    ‘Red Flag’ Gun Control Bills Pick Up Momentum With G.O.P. in Congress, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, WASHINGTON, 10 hrs ago 08/07/2010, https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/red-flag-gun-control-bills-pick-up-momentum-with-gop-in-congress/ar-AAFqNjB

    “The idea of a red flag law is O.K., but it doesn’t substitute” for a background checks bill, Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, told reporters on Tuesday. “It’s not enough.”

  56. @niteranger

    “The shooter in Texas was a nutbag but some of the things he stated in his so called manifesto were true but never allowed to be spoken in the New World order.”

    Well, that’s the tale told by the news media. I usually just dismiss whatever tale is told by that gang of liars. Some of the people who were there know some of what happened that day, but the rest of us don’t know anything.

  57. @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    “Trump Blows” is a shorter and more accurate title for the article, IMO.

  58. @prime noticer

    “he’s getting TERRIBLE advice all day, every day, from the people around him.”

    He’s getting terrible advice from the voices in his head as well. Face it: Trump is an asshole zionist democrat. He never was anything else.

    • Replies: @Wally
  59. Meimou says:
    @prime noticer

    this is the first time he has gotten something completely and totally wrong

    .

    The Yemen veto among other things was extremely wrong

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  60. A123 says:

    Trump’s rollback of Obama regulation boosted the economy, which gives him a great deal of room to maneuver.

    Trump says things in the manner needed to roll the ultra-left, neo-fascist Media Industrial Complex such as CNN, MSNBC, and The New York Times. Getting any favorable coverage out of these professional liars means packaging things in a manner difficult for them to pick apart.

    Thus his words, as filtered through the media propaganda corps, will never cleanly align with his actions. If you seek understanding:
    — Don’t over focus on a single announcement.
    — Follow how multiple messages shape public perception over time.
    ____

    Trump lays multi-level traps for his opponents:
    — We see the top level trap, linkages between immigration and background check legislation.
    — The next level down is “states rights” to impose “red flag” laws. If the Dems flip on states having rights, what will Trump’s red and purple states do with those “states rights”?
    ____

    While all of this is going on did you notice that the media has no resistance to Trump administration judicial picks?

    https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/article/As-Democrats-debate-without-mentioning-judges-14273694.php

    The ultra-left media machine can only manufacture lies on a very limited number of things simultaneously. Significant progress is being made on things where the media deceivers are providing little to no ‘coverage’.
    _____

    Things are looking good for Trump 2020, and if the Dems keep going at maximum crazy for the House and Senate as well.

    PEACE. 😇

    • Agree: Wally
    • LOL: bluedog
    • Replies: @Meimou
    , @Ilya G Poimandres
  61. Trump did, indeed, blow it. However I think he is shrewd enough to realize it and let these crackpot ideas wither on the vine. Let’s hope so!

  62. Meimou says:
    @Bruno

    The White Supremacist guys are bozo with low IQ that can’t get any public policy done. No bad comes from stopping them

    .

    1. You can’t name a white supremist.

    2. To the enemy, freedom loving whites are “white supremist”

  63. APilgrim says:
    @onebornfree

    In 2016 Donald John Trump was the ONLY Article-2-Eligible Presidential candidate who favored continuing the American Republic.

    There was 1 Qualified Nationalist and all the rest were Globalists.

    So, do GFY.

  64. APilgrim says:
    @Meimou

    Yeah,

    Who needs allies anyway?

    You pfuckin dumbass.

  65. Meimou says:
    @A123

    Trump says things in the manner needed to roll the ultra-left, neo-fascist Media Industrial Complex such as CNN, MSNBC, and The New York Times.

    One group of Trumptards say Muh 4d chess. Another say his back is against the wall. Which one is it?

    We are in Syria to protect Israel.

    Was this 4d chess or trumpissurroundedbyememies?

    Getting any favorable coverage out of these professional liars means packaging things in a manner difficult for them to pick apart

    .

    He only gets favorable coverage when he bombs Syria. The packaging is irrelevant.

    Thus his words, as filtered through the media propaganda corps, will never cleanly align with his actions.

    Those were not his (((words)))

    While all of this is going on did you notice that the media has no resistance to Trump administration judicial picks?

    That only means one thing: They are of the swamp.

  66. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @buckwheat

    So, we should un-clench because the guy in charge is a piss ant? Is that the point you’re trying to make?

  67. KenH says:

    ….he capitulated to the Main Stream Media narrative.

    Trump sounded like he wants to be a member of “The Squad”. Either way he completely bought the narrative being vended by the (((fake news media))) and capitulated to the radical left.

    So what did Trump accomplish? Nothing positive.

    Trump is too dumb to see that moving to the center gains him nothing. He only alienates his right of center base while the left hates him regardless. But in this case he moved left of center and sounds like a Democrat candidate for president.

    Trump better hope Congress is too divided to pass his terrible ideas. His political future depends on it.

    Doubtful since the Republican party is full of virtue signalers and anti-racists. This is a very dangerous time and the Republicans will be under intense (((media pressure))) to “get it right” which means to screw white American interests and Constitutional rights.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  68. @Sean

    So did Diane Feinstein. Who, whom.

  69. Robjil says:
    @eah

    The only real W Supremacy is Wolfowitz War Supremacy.

    The term White Supremacy is a joke. No little people can ever be supreme or have supremacy to call for wars, coups, sanctions, and invasions. I wonder who has the real Supremacy to do that?

    The term White is a silly term for people. The same for Black for people. No one is really yellow, red, black or white. These color terms do not indicate the origins of a people. The use of the term White for European Caucasians is denying them any land for their origins.

    This is why many African Americans gave up the term Black. Africa is their origins homeland.

    This use of White term makes it OK for Europeans not to complain when massive waves of people run to Europe from ZUS attacks on poorer or weaker nations. They shouldn’t complain because they are White and white has no origins homeland. European Caucasians should disown the term White. It is a racist term to demonize European Caucasians all over the world. If the word Caucasian is used, the criminals working the anti-White ( European Caucasian) racket will have nothing in their hands to hold.

    This anti-Trump racket is a joke too. He is doing everything that our shadow ZUS government wants. So what is the problem with him by our ZUS shadow government?

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  70. DanFromCT says:

    Spengler saw all of this a century ago. None of these fanatically racist, anti-white blacks, Hispanics, and Jews selectively paraded across the TV 24/7 to denounce whites as the racists have any public existence except that granted to them by the owners of the media and Hollywood for their purposes. Considering that white, conservative Americans are far and away the least racist of all Americans, this media/Hollywood call for white genocide using minority proxies had better be taken seriously. Most of these mass shootings have obviously been FEMA-staged or -induced events to set up young white patsies, yet Fox News continues to call those who disprove the official narratives by uncovering impossible anomalies “conspiracy nutcases.”

  71. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chris Bridges

    I think he is shrewd enough to realize it and let these crackpot ideas wither on the vine.

    A shrewd person wouldn’t be publicly proposing these crackpot ideas to begin with. He’d let them wither and die in private.

  72. This is a religious war. I see us splitting into:

    – the German Empire with its ‘liberal’ white suicide-genocide cult
    – the American-Israeli Empire with its parasitic devouring of white gentile hosts
    – and then the comparatively sane, sustainable and beautiful Russian Christian ‘sphere of influence’, with hopefully Salvini and Orban moving parts of Europe into this orbit.

    • Replies: @Germanicus
  73. @eah

    I just don’t understand how guardians of the Empire such as Scarborough can possibly consider the primitive Bolshevik PC drivel they push (with its recitations on ‘white supremacy’, racism, hate, etc) as being a sustainable religion for the masses.

    Under the Anglo-American neo-Bolshevik system, apparatchiks like Scarborough are promoted because they combine a lack of intellect and curiosity with a psychotic ambition and desire for influence.

  74. Nodwink says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    he’s a woman trapped inside a man’s body

    Trans Trump?

  75. @FatmanScoop

    Absolutely wrong evaluation.

    A German empire would not be tolerated by the jewish “liberal” marxist left who run the show in EU. The Jews fought two world wars to destroy it. Their aim is to dissolve European countries in “regions” of the EU, perhaps joining a part of Spain with a part of France in a new “region”. Their ideology and religion is EU, ie the destruction of the European nation state in favor of a centralized Soviet model, and to create a new people for their EU, the “EU citizen”, an intermediate to the “world citizen”. Rootless, cultureless, but easily controlled thus.

    • Replies: @FatmanScoop
  76. @Chris Bridges

    However I think he is shrewd enough to realize it and let these crackpot ideas wither on the vine. Let’s hope so!

    Crackpot ideas don’t wither on the vine when a dominant social grouping relies on them to sustain their political-power. They cling to the vine for decades or centuries and any attempts to dislocate them from the vine are viciously attacked, with the person who tried to dislocate them suborned and humiliated. This is why the entire MSM was so victorious and jubilant when the Orange Blormph adopted the crazed language of their cult – blaming “white supremacy”. He suborned himself. It was a completely demoralizing moment.

  77. @Sean

    He can veto any further restrictions on our second Amendment rights and congress likely cannot override him. No excuse.

  78. These “events” were carried out with Trumps blessings. The Epstein investigation was getting a little to close for comfort for the orange Cheeto.
    BTW, anyone who believe’s Trump is on “our side” is about to witness a back stabbing like they haven’t seen since the last POTUS was in office. So called “Christian conservatives’ can’t seem to figure out it always gets the biggest screwing from the REDpublican party.

  79. @peterAUS

    His aging MAGA people will support Trump to the ends of the earth, but he has lost many supporters for good. His MAGA base alone is far too small for him to win. The funny thing is that whatever Trump does to placate the democrats they, and the media, will always find fault and never support his ideas. Nothing is ever enough. Trump’s probable coming defeat should be laid at the feet of his two worst top advisors – Yael (that’s Ivanka’s Jewish name) and her slimy husband.

    • Replies: @Herald
  80. Mulegino1 says:

    Hate speech laws written by leftists would make Orwell’s Newspeak appear to be a collaborative effort by Voltaire and Thomas Jefferson by comparison.

    A society deprived of true authority, hierarchy and meritocracy will ultimately devolve into another circle of hell, and that is precisely what is happening as the forces of Antichrist make their last desperate gamble before the inevitable cosmic correction or the final end of days.

    Trump’s weak spots have always been the lack of a true center of spiritual gravity, sense of transcendence, or fixity of principles. He has insatiable appetites for sensual gratification, the spotlight, a very shallow cultural formation, an entire lack of moral sense and a determination to seek the approval and blessing of his subterranean kosher masters. What else can be expected of a former protege of Roy Cohn?

    It was either Hillary or Trump. It is hard to imagine a worse choice. We chose Trump simply because he was not Hillary or a Bush baby- which, in hindsight, was totally understandable but tragic nonetheless. It was the perfect fulfillment of Yeat’s observation that “the best lack all conviction while the worst are filled with a passionate intensity.”

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  81. Zionists want gun control and Trump is an agent of zionism, on 2-28-18 Trump made this statement on guns ; take the guns first go through due process second!

    The deep state is behind these shootings, for instance in El Paso , witnesses said that 4 shooters dressed in black were shooting and only one person not dressed in black was arrested, this follows other shooting details where witnesses saw more than one shooter but in each and every case only one shooter was arrested and was a patsy!

    This clearly follows the bolshevik plan used in Russia, get the guns via terror and bloodshed and then when they have the guns, they murdered 10’s of millions, and as Stalin said; the easiest way to gain control over the population is to carry out acts of terror. This is what is going on via Operation Gladio style terrorism here in America.

    Trump is an agent of zionism and zionists want gun control, who benefits?

    One other thing, the zio/US created and armed AL CIADA aka ISIS and all offshoots thereof and provides them with unlimited guns and weapons of mass destruction and here at home they want to disarm Americans when they create the problem in the first place, wake up America!

  82. @Germanicus

    Not sure it’s right to say they “fought” two world wars because they didn’t do too much fighting (as far as I know). By a ‘German Empire’ I mean an empire construct as you outline, but with its heartland/centre in the territory currently called Germany.

    I don’t know how the EU area will evolve culturally when/if Brexit happens, which will surely signify a split of the Zio-American-Anglo hemisphere and the European continental countries. Surely, the ideology of ‘liberal democracy’ will no longer bind the two areas.

    By the way, the EU and Germany don’t seem to be as beholden to Israel as the UK and USA are – not sure but I don’t think the EU is as dominated by Jewry as the USA/UK are.

  83. @Chris Bridges

    Apparently there are people out there, like Chris, who still think that Mr. Trump is playing 4-D chess. I’d say he’s pretty lousy at checkers.

    Last night Tucker Carlson said that the Left always beats our Country Club Republicans because it tenaciously sticks to its “crackpot ideas,” while the faux conservatives never stick together as they have no firm beliefs that they will go to the wall for. That’s why, at the end of the day, the so-called Right always loses. Trump’s capitulation after these tragic shootings is a clear example.

    • Replies: @FatmanScoop
    , @eah
  84. AWM says:

    “He’s a White Supremacist”
    “He’s a [email protected]
    “He’s a Russian agent”
    “He’s Deep State”
    “He’s the NWO”
    “He’s a JOO”
    and on and on.

    Some of these people need to read exactly what they write.
    We know exactly what Trump is, and we know exactly what most of the other players are as well.

    Yep, Trump is coming for your guns, lock and load.
    Have no doubt, when they do come for your guns they will blame Trump!

    Gun control and then cattle cars, it’s very consistent.

    Never give up your guns, ever.
    Think of your family.

  85. @follyofwar

    The Republicans’ role is to expand the frontiers of the Empire and rape and pillage foreign lands, while the Democrats’ is to propagate and profit from a domestic religious ideology.

    Where this religion serves to legitimize foreign conquest and exploitation of the natives, then the Barons (Republicans) don’t care – literally could not give a rat’s behind – what the Priesthood (Democrats) make the peasants believe.

    Republicans are not social conservatives, they are war-mongers and Barons (e.g. John McCain, John Bolton). You could even see John Bolton express openly and clearly this at the National Conservatism conference really. He doesn’t care what happens to the plebs domestically, just as long as they’re kept quiet.

  86. @Achmed E. Newman

    We might consider giving up our ability to defend ourselves and our families, homes, neighbors, and businesses with guns — after the president, congressmen, federal judges, etc., disarm all their bodyguards, I.e. the US Marshals, US Secret Service, police, and National Guard. Somehow I don’t see that happening.

    • Replies: @lavoisier
  87. eah says:
    @follyofwar

    …while the faux conservatives never stick together as they have no firm beliefs that they will go to the wall for.

  88. @Robjil

    Very good points, Robjil. E Michael Jones has many times said that, when he was a boy growing up in urban Philadelphia, there were no white people, or no one thought of themselves as white. Before they were pushed out of the cities by urban renewal and the planned invasion of blacks from the south, different enclaves considered themselves Italian, German, Polish, Irish, etc. (As a boy, I was considered to be Polish-American, not white). The common denominator is that most were church going Catholics. That was all lost when they fled to the suburbs and became white.

    • Agree: Robjil
  89. Karen says:
    @Miro23

    I agree with your remarks. When Trump used the word “white supremacists” he became dead to me. I voted for him in 2016, never again. We need a third party candidate.

    • Agree: Miro23, lavoisier
    • Replies: @bjondo
  90. KenH says:

    Trump has sounded like a woke Democrat since Monday morning and yet the entire left wing is still denouncing him as a racist and white nationalist. Trump’s response to all of the incoming is to whine on Twitter that he’s not a racist because…….black, hispanic, female and transgendered unemployment is at its lowest levels eva!

    Pathetic. He’s now just the typical Republican always running scared from the media and his detractors.

  91. Wally says:
    @Twodees Partain

    And the alternative was Hillary and now the alternative is “the squad”.

    I’ll take Trump any day.

  92. ia says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    His reaction may not be that bad from a purely political standpoint. His base has no where else to go and he may take votes from the increasingly anti-white Democrats. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee just purged white women for purely racial reasons and installed more non-whites. White women will take note.

    https://nypost.com/2019/07/30/democratic-committee-purges-staff-amid-lack-of-diversity-complaints/

  93. bjondo says:
    @Robjil

    These events are Operation Gladio.

    Can’t disagree.

    These shootings seem to be Op Gladio type attacks
    to force Trump into his current statements.
    The Shadow Operators hope to separate him from much of his base to lose 2020.

    Killing Americans OK.
    The SO can have slaughter every day of the week
    any where, everywhere.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @Ace
  94. @Wally

    That is the problem, the zionists who control America always give us two choices and both are controlled by the zionists, the zionists have the choices for POTUS made years in advance, gun grabber Trump or gun grabber Helliary!

    Trump made this statement on guns on 2-28-18; take the guns first, go through due process second.

    Who benefits.

    • Replies: @Wally
  95. ia says:
    @Miro23

    Your’s is a well reasoned argument. If I may respond by saying there is no 3rd party in the US and therefore Trump’s base has nowhere else to go. If they stay home they will give votes to someone far worse. In the meantime, Trump may syphon white career women from the Dems.

    https://nypost.com/2019/07/30/democratic-committee-purges-staff-amid-lack-of-diversity-complaints/

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Svigor
    , @Whitewolf
  96. bjondo says:
    @Karen

    It’s either Trump or the Shadow Operators.

    No 3rd party and Gabbard will not be allowed same as Sanders same as Paul.

    They can do these killings all day everyday
    and not break a sweat not be troubled. Soulless.

    Trump’s statements were forced upon him.

  97. Toasty says:
    @map

    That is Vox Day’s retarded 48 hour rule.

    I have noticed that he never comments after the 48 hours even when Trump screws up and criticism is due. The news cycle moves on and Vox continues to predict a Trumpslide 2020 and buys into Q-anon conspiracy theories.

    Vox Day is a midwit gamma that has gone so far down the path of worshiping his “God Emperor” that he cannot now admit that the Trump presidency is an unmitigated disaster. Vox Day is too full of pride over his self-professed superior IQ to ever admit that he was wrong about Trump.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    , @Precious
    , @map
  98. eah says:

    • Replies: @eah
  99. eah says:
    @eah

    • Replies: @eah
  100. Herald says:
    @follyofwar

    It’s very hard to pick out Trump’s worst advisors, as he has surrounded himself with such an array of talentless half-wits. I can’t really disagree with your choice of the dullard Kushners though, but I think that Pompeo and Bolton are also well worthy of a mention in this regard.

  101. Trump won’t be saved by capitulation, any more than Winston was in _1984_. If he figures this out, which he probably will when the attacks don’t stop and his base remains largely loyal with a few caveats, he can still win.

    Still, he should have figured it out a long time ago.

    Counterinsurgency

    • Replies: @Svigor
  102. @jack daniels

    “Increasingly, the sound bites we get from our politicians are like religious affirmations that are ignored except when in church.”

    Just wanted to give you credit for one of the most concisely insightful statements I’ve heard in a while. It’s EXACTLY like that, and not just by politicians. 99% of all political discussion is merely the exchange of superficial virtues regurgitated by rote from a chorus of hypocrites and casual zealots who are chiefly interested in launching crusades and inquisitions against scapegoated heretics.

  103. @The Alarmist

    Ever since the Unabomber, the manifestos have made more sense than the political and public responses. That’s deeply troubling when the only people you can count on to clearly articulate problems are the ones committing havoc in a futile effort to solve them.

  104. anon[333] • Disclaimer says:

    Don’t care. I’ll never vote republican again. Here’s what Trump’s White House just tweeted out:

    “We want to allow millions of people to come in . . . We have to have legal immigration, not illegal immigration.” pic.twitter.com/avZsfRZWFh
    — The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 7, 2019

    I hope he loses and destroys the republican party for good. Let’s make a deal with the democrats to massively raise taxes on the rich in retaliation. Institute a 70% marginal tax to pay for reparations. Go for it.

  105. bro3886 says:

    When is anybody going to mention the connection between the open borders terrorists (of both parties) that has enabled the Mexican drug trade that has killed hundreds of thousands of (mostly white) Americans? This shooting pales into insignificance by comparison, even if only a fraction of those deaths are laid at the feet of the open borders crowd. And remember that these Mexican gangs, with the connivance of the racist, corrupt, hostile regime in Mexico, and the connivance of our open border politicians, purposely target white areas.

    How many murderers from Los Angeles alone are hiding in Mexico to avoid justice? The number must be at least a thousand and they must have averaged at least one murder each. 1000 is more than 20, isn’t it? The bastards that made this to happen are the ones who are accusing you.

    Racial violence between non-whites and whites almost always has whites as the victims, and we should demand that everyone who comments on this shooting first publicly acknowledge that fact.

    Finally, Billy Chemirmir and Brandon Howell.

    • Agree: brandybranch
    • Replies: @Sane Left Libertarian
  106. SafeNow says:

    Red flags are a slippery slope. A column in today’s Wall St. Journal tells us it is time to explore the “policing potential” of “big data techniques” to detect “social contagion.” But balanced with “democratic safeguards.” Would participation in this website constitute evidence of social contagion? What “democratic safeguards” would offset the trauma and consequences of being unfairly investigated? Ask Justice Kavanaugh. What of the chilling effect of investigation leading to a fear of participating?

    • Replies: @Svigor
  107. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @ia

    Trump’s base has nowhere else to go. If they stay home they will give votes to someone far worse.

    That was Hillary’s strategy a few years back and that’s why his traitorous “advisers” are turning him into a clown now while promising the same. People will stay home unless a real leader appears.

    Besides, at this rate, he’ll soon be indistinguishable from that “someone far worse”.

    In the meantime, Trump may syphon white career women from the Dems.

    Sure, and another half a dozen brown Dem transsexuals for good measure. That should be enough to form a basketball team. Syphoning is, obviously, the 4D key to the future and I’m just too stupid to see it.

    • Replies: @ia
    , @ia
  108. Agent76 says:

    May 1, 2019 Texas Lawmakers Move to Re-Enforce Gun-Owners Rights to Carry Firearms In Churches

    Lawmakers in Texas are considering a bill that would make it clear that licensed permit holders’ have a right to carry handguns in places of worship.

    Aug 4, 2019 Chicago: We have some of the strictest gun laws. Also Chicago: So many people are being shot.

    But while everyone is paying attention to these mass shootings and the increasing debate over how to properly deal with them, Chicago’s crime rate is continuing to skyrocket when it comes to firearms. So far in 2019, more than 1,500 people have been reported shot in the Illinois city.

    https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/chicago-strictest-laws-violent-crime-rates/

    Feb 28th 2018 Some states with strictest gun laws also have most dangerous cities

    One of the top ten states with the most restrictive gun laws in the country is Illinois, where last year there were 650 murders in Chicago alone, according to a USA Today’s compilation of crime data.

    https://wjla.com/amp/news/nation-world/some-states-with-strictest-gun-laws-also-have-most-dangerous-cities

  109. Truth says:
    @Sean

    … Aaaaah 3-dimensional chess again…

    (LMAO!)

    • Replies: @Sane Left Libertarian
  110. You have more of a chance to be struck by lightning than losing your life from a “white supreeeeemist” shooter.

    The absurd hypocrisy of the jew media, the hysterical idiocy of the gaslighting mixed with Trump’s reaction…..

    makes me nauseous.

    Gradually I began to hate them.

  111. Robjil says:
    @bjondo

    The ZUS shadow gov. and Israel did nine eleven.

    That was a huge Operation Gladio, so smaller Operation Gladios like these two events are nothing to our rulers who could do such a big one without any pity for humanity.

    These recent two events within of a day of each other, points to planning by a centralized national organization like Operation Gladio in our shadow government.

    The ZUS media jumping up and chewing at the details of these events like vultures points to it being created by and for our shadow government desires.

    I think that you right that these planned events were meant to mess up Trump’s chances for re-election in 2020.

  112. eah says:

    The maniac.

  113. @Robjil

    The Romans were more civilized in that they had their games in arenas.

    Do you think it’s a co-incidence that the Negro Felon League refers to the players as “gladiators”?
    Recall that Pete Rozelle lobbied JFK to have the NFL classified as “entertainment” for tax ourposes.

    The Roman bread and circuses is alive and well in the US.

    • Agree: Robjil
  114. Some situations have no good solution. Yes, the population needs to be able to bear arms — mainly to protect against an overreaching government (although winning a war against it seems unlikely). Yet surely no one wants mentally ill, dangerous people to have guns.

    A neighbor’s filing and a judge’s whim may not serve the Second Amendment, however. What if you curse at your neighbor in anger over some perceived slight? Is that minute of “temporary insanity” enough for a judge to have your guns seized? Will the judge even hear your side of it, or check your background? Will you have due process and a chance to get your weapons back?

    Still, we need to be practical. We need to use common sense. (The Dayton shooter’s ex-girlfriend did neither.) The lunatic fringe is too large a group these days. What’s the answer — a psychological test before buying a firearm? Who creates it? Who approves it? Who administers it? Who pays for it?

    I wish I knew….

  115. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @eah

    Tucker Carlson should run for president. He’d either win of get assassinated.

    • Replies: @Smucker
  116. @eah

    I don’t think it is, either. The internet has a magnifying effect — perhaps only 1,000 individuals are actually posting white supremacy pieces on the web, but it may seem like a million.

    Another downside of the internet is that it gives anyone a soapbox and a rallying point for any sort of idea, whether sensible, credible, intelligent or not. Decades ago, only people with IQs above, say, 99 could get their thoughts published.

  117. @anonymous

    without any reference to the two recent shootings which cannot be justified in anybody’s book

    Ohio guy was antifa or at least antifa wannabe. I think a lot of leftist’s books justify killing fascists (aka white non-communists).

  118. @El Dato

    Speaking of 2020 Dem hopefuls, these mass shootings came immediately after the Democrat debates where the mantra was that Whites are bad and White boys have privilege. Gillibrand and the others have this very blood on their hands. You cannot continually humiliate a race and gender of people without making the crazies come out.

  119. nickels says:

    The moral vacuum between the ears of our great White Scottish Juden Emperor never ceases to astound me.
    To be so weak and so strong all at once is great astounding.
    Typical New York piece of shat.
    All loud vapour.

  120. eah says:

  121. Svigor says:

    Stick a fork in orange faggot, he’s done.

    His only ray of sunshine is the Democrats, who have gone full retard and show no sign of even one electable candidate.

  122. eah says:
    @Vox Populi

    I don’t think it is, either.

    Of course it isn’t — and now the Dayton shooter poses a real problem for those peddling the ‘white supremacy’ smear and wanting to exploit both of these recent shootings.

  123. Svigor says:
    @Vox Populi

    This may be the Jewiest comment I’ve ever read.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Johnny Yuma
  124. Svigor says:
    @SafeNow

    “A slippery slope”? WTF are you on? They’re a sheer cliff face with craggy rocks at the bottom. They’re “oh we needn’t ban guns, we’ll just ban dissidents from having guns. Armed sheep are fine.”

    That’s how it’ll start, anyway. Once that’s done, everyone who isn’t antifa thug gets banned.

    • Replies: @Ace
  125. Svigor says:
    @Counterinsurgency

    Wow, you have a lot more faith than I do.

    I don’t think orange faggot gives a flying fuck about anything but orange faggot. He has a different audience and constituency now, than he had in 2016 during the election, is all. The regime, and the American-American people, respectively.

  126. Svigor says:
    @Toasty

    I wasn’t wrong about Trump. I don’t regret his election, either.

    I just know he’d served his purpose about a month after inauguration, and we’ll now be best-served by abandoning him.

    Abandoning him and losing him the election would bookend the deal by showing what happens to leaders who betray us.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  127. Svigor says:
    @ia

    No, letting a Dem win would not be “far worse.” Sorry, leaders have to be taught the price of treachery, and letting a Dem win is how you do that. Failing to teach this lesson would be the worst outcome.

    But I would be interested in hearing how a Dem would be “far worse.” Open borders? Opening jails and releasing criminals? Bragging about how much they’ve helped blacks and browns? Attacking nationalists? Doing nothing on federal corruption?

    LOL.

    At this point I’m almost willing to bet things would be better under a Dem president, as TDS dies down and the left reins in their lunatics to prove that they can govern.

    • Replies: @Svigor
    , @peterAUS
    , @ia
  128. peterAUS says:
    @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    He never follows through on any conservative promises. On liberal legislation — prisoner release, vast expansion of H1B immigrants, raising the debt ceiling, embassy in Jerusalem, “gifting” the Golan Heights — he does just fine.

    Yep.

  129. Svigor says:

    What to know just how phony orange faggot is?

    https://theintercept.com/2016/11/23/what-would-trumps-plan-to-fire-federal-workers-mean-for-intelligence-employees/

    He could have fired anyone in the national security apparatus from day one.

    Has he fired even one of these vermin?

    “Drain the Swamp,” lol.

  130. GW says:

    Trump isn’t trying to win the Left, he’s trying to win the Middle, and like it or not, the appropriate response to a mass-shooting murder in this political climate is strong condemnation of the shooter and the call for unity.

    And of course, were this article not written prematurely, it could have made mention of the fact Trump tweeted about the Dayton shooter having sympathies to Elizabeth Warren and antifa, thereby playing both sides (moderate, unifying president to moderate voters and right-wing provocateur to his base) brilliantly.

    Watch what he does, not what he says.

    • Replies: @map
  131. Svigor says:
    @Svigor

    Oh, shit, I forgot “red flag laws” as a gun-grab, my bad. We might get red flag laws if a DEMOCRAT is in office, LOL.

  132. peterAUS says:
    @Mulegino1

    Trump’s weak spots have always been the lack of a true center of spiritual gravity, sense of transcendence, or fixity of principles. He has insatiable appetites for sensual gratification, the spotlight, a very shallow cultural formation, an entire lack of moral sense and a determination to seek the approval and blessing of his subterranean kosher masters.

    Yes.

    We chose Trump simply because he was not Hillary…

    Yes.

    As for this:

    …the best lack all conviction while the worst are filled with a passionate intensity…

    I believe it’s a bit more complicated than that, unfortunately.

    One thing is given, though. Will get much more violent.

    • Replies: @Fayez chergui
  133. @Richard B

    “Shooting + Manifesto = Cohencidence”

    The thing is, the historical record shows that *real* terrorists in the U.S. and elsewhere, e.g., people who are driven by ideological principle and willing to die or risk death to carry out an attack, usually do proffer some kind of a “manifesto” or “communique” or “claim of responsibility” etc.

    The Unabomber had one; the Symbionese Liberation Army had one; the Weather undergound was always issuing “communiques”; the IRA had a manifesto, etc.

    After all, the whole point of “terrorism” is to make a point, so a real terrorist is not going to go through all the trouble of a terrorist act only to let the “government” control the narrative as to why he did it. That would be like robbing a bank, and then leaving the money by the door on the way out.

    This is one of the mistakes that the plotters of 9/11 false-flag apparently made; they never provided any kind of manifesto or claim of responsibility (or at least they never provided a believable one).

    The problem our masters have is that it is very difficult to concoct a manifesto that’s not easily identified as a fraud.

  134. @peterAUS

    I am pretty sure how all this is going to work for the foreseeable future. Won’t describe it either.

    John 7:52, refurbished: “They answered and said unto him, Art thou also of Australia? Search, and look: for out of Australia ariseth no prophet.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  135. @Sean

    You do realize that Hickok 45 cut ties with the NRA a month ago or so?

    • Replies: @Sean
  136. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @Vox Populi

    Actually, many intelligent and credible ideas rise to the top on lightly moderated Internet watering holes – like this one. People who prefer light moderation quickly learn to separate the wheat from the chaff on their own and even contribute. This is called free speech.

    But that’s not what you want, is it? You want an army of commissars to police it all and only allow “sensible” thought. Am I close?

  137. @nsa

    Maybe a genuine right challenger to Trump will encourage him to drop out in 2020 so he can “spend more time with his (((family)))” … and not just ideologically, where he already spends more time with them than there are hours in the day.

    I can dream.

  138. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @Svigor

    Sure smells like it. I think he wanted to say “SHUT IT DOWN” without saying it.

  139. @Svigor

    Your comment is a fine example of one which obviously doesn’t deserve to be published.

  140. peterAUS says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Well, judging from some of your comments in this pub…hehe…you think you should take part in this thread?
    Maybe you are just too, how to put it, cerebral, for the audience here?

    Because

    …for out of Australia ariseth no prophet…

    this doesn’t require a prophet; just somebody with street smarts, common sense, and an open mind. The last in particular, especially trying to find examples, maybe even solutions, from “overseas”.
    Hehehe……we know that Americans aren’t capable of that. They are “exceptional”. They’ll figure it out themselves. Somehow. Feels good.

    I do think that, of all people here, you, as a Croat, could add a bit here and there how some things are handled, but, of course, no self-respecting cuckservative, Trumptard or Magatard would listen to you.

    Speaking of which, would you find some parallels between what’s going on in the land of free as we speak and your country around…say…..early 70’s.?

    Now, for a couple of guys around only, what advice would you give Americans as to what to expect and what to do in years to come? Americans comparable to your own nationalists, that is. Say, within next 5 years?

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  141. dakota says:

    there is a perfect sollution if the sheep and lemmings would get there head out of there ass…
    Vote NSM…That is…The National Socialist Movement….real freedom…real draining of the swamp..not this Pretend freedom talked about by the Republicons and Demonrats…wake up sheep!

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  142. I don’t understand why people still think of trump like a regular candidate or President. He is immune to all that is considered deadly for all previous ones.

    Think on this for a few.

    I see no one standing a chance of beating trump unless Andrew yang wins the DNC nom.

  143. Nothing new. the idiot village G. Bush junior has said the same with exactly the same words.

  144. @peterAUS

    he’s not hillary but he’s hilarious.

  145. eah says:

  146. @Wally

    Yes, I know. It just needs to be pointed out that Trump is the turd with the nicer shade of brown, that’s all.

    • Replies: @Wally
  147. eah says:

    From earlier today on the Twitter timeline of the White House:

    • Replies: @eah
  148. @peterAUS

    Thanks for posting something that no one can understand

    • Replies: @anon
  149. eah says:
    @eah

    Shittiest supremacy ever.

  150. peterAUS says:
    @dakota

    …..NSM…That is…The National Socialist Movement….

    Well….will Americans have that option next November?

  151. @peterAUS

    Speaking of which, would you find some parallels between what’s going on in the land of free as we speak and your country around…say…..early 70’s.?

    Now, for a couple of guys around only, what advice would you give Americans as to what to expect and what to do in years to come? Americans comparable to your own nationalists, that is. Say, within next 5 years?

    This is interesting. When I think of it – no, I don’t know. America is too different. There is no core American nation with its passions, myths & will to sacrifice. WASPs are foundational, but they are not in charge anymore. No ethnic group is in charge-American elite is generally 98% (at least) white, but they don’t possess a unified vision of life & future.

    Just one fleeting free association- perhaps various dystopian novels offer some insight ? Perhaps Americans, who are not historically ideologized society, will naturally function as a more fractured society or a set of barely intersecting societies? They have so much free inhabitable land, so many resources & so many obese people.

    When did an obese people start a revolution, or even a serious rebellion?

  152. @Vox Populi

    “Another downside of the internet is that it gives anyone a soapbox and a rallying point for any sort of idea, whether sensible, credible, intelligent or not. Decades ago, only people with IQs above, say, 99 could get their thoughts published.”

    Bullshit. That’s more true of the modern establishment media these days. Of course, it only gives anyone with a few billion to buy his own outlet a soapbox, but how is it different. Decades ago, there was a little variety of opinions in the print medium, at least. Now the field is dominated by airheads with IQs of about 80 and there is one narrow sheaf of opinion.

    The only variety of opinion to be found today is online.

  153. mcohen says:

    El paso was a false flag because the true motives fot the attack have not been disclosed.The attack in dayton was payback.

    Evidently el paso walmart was being used as a distribution point for drugs coming in from s.america.lots of drugs.the trucks carrying walmart merchandise were part of a supply chain running drugs all over the usa.the perfect cover.the attacks on el paso walmart and other walmarts are merely a warning.The cartels are using drugs and immigration to advance a 2 pronged attack on the usa.Miami is the nexus of old money and new and it is here that the future of southern parts of the usa are being negioated.
    The cocaine industry is probably one of the most useless enterprises on this planet.Valuable land resources are being wasted in a time when climate change is directly affecting food chains.

    The above post is fake news and merely an outline for a netflix series.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
  154. peterAUS says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    Agree.

    On the practical level, with:
    “….a more fractured society or a set of barely intersecting societies…”

  155. Amon says:
    @Greg Bacon

    2020 will the year where Americans have to choose between the plague and ebola.

    What a time to be alive, to choose between a right wing candidate that don’t give two shits about his voter base or a left wing candidate who wants to shot the other guys voter base.

  156. astro3 says:

    Richard B comment: “Most have moved on before the fake blood has dried.”
    Well I’m glad one person here has sussed out what is happening! Sorry but these events are staged: checkout my account, https://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=192813 It’s called, state-fabricated terror. Can you guys not get used to this?

    • Replies: @Richard B
  157. Amon says:
    @Old and grumpy

    What makes you think he will be around for that?

    By all accounts Trump will be safe and sound post election defeat, living out the last few years of his life in the scenic city of Trump Heights, which is located in the former Syrian Golan Heights region but which is now territory held by Israel, while the US of A burns to the ground.

    • Replies: @Richard B
    , @Robjil
  158. Everyone ignores the truth. OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD (controlled media), OPERATION MKULTRA (controlled minds) OPERATION GLADIO (secret assassination squads)! Each is a proven reality, each continues to this day. One operation supports the other. They go together like suits and ties. When false flags happen, as in El Paso and Dayton, the public is never kept informed of the investigation. They just go dark. We are like Lemming being forced to the cliff.

  159. I tried telling you alt-righters and right wingers after Charlottesville you were being used by the CIA to push censorship, anti-gun legislation, and other police state legislation through. I also told you that the alt-right was going to be the US ISIS, the CIA would use you as well as mercenaries from private defense contractors and the Antifas to try and start a civil war, just as they use ISIS and Al Queda in Middle East/Asia. Now it appears your boy Trump is even OK with labeling you terrorists as well. Both sides are screming for the terrorist label to be put on each other. Just like ISIS and Al Queda, once you have outlived your usefulness, you will be disposed of, either dead or sent to the gulag.

    Now do as your capitalist overlords tell you, you tarded slaves!

    Everything I don’t like is RADICAL LEFTIST MARXIST screams the slaves. LOL!

    So Obama was a RADICAL LEFT COMMUNIST MARXIST MUSLIM, according to the geniuses here right, he didn’t ban guns or bumpstocks after Sandy Hook, he also didn’t censor you. So what does that make Trump then? A right wing capitalist is the correct answer. Welcome to your capitalist dictatorship dystopia geniuses. You morons beg for it.

  160. Realist says:
    @Greg Bacon

    If Trump doesn’t get rid of that failed slumlord Jared and stop listening to his airhead daughter Ivanka, who he uses as a sounding board for policy changes, he will lose 2020.

    The Deep State doesn’t care about the unimportant internecine squabbles of the ‘two parties’ as long as their important issues are maintained. As a matter of fact it strengthens the false perception that there is a choice when voting.

  161. @peterAUS

    Yes, Fox & Fiends will cook up a response to assuage his base (their viewers), email it to him, he will tweet it, and it will appear on F&F as “breaking news!!!!!!”. Probably better than the alternative, since Il Dunce’ has almost no knowledge of any of these issues, much less the ability to formulate/propose solutions. And since he hires sycophants instead of policy wonks, useful insight is unavailable to him.

  162. Precious says:
    @Toasty

    Vox Day is a midwit gamma that has gone so far down the path of worshiping his “God Emperor” that he cannot now admit that the Trump presidency is an unmitigated disaster. Vox Day is too full of pride over his self-professed superior IQ to ever admit that he was wrong about Trump.

    ^Sour grapes

  163. @Franklin Ryckaert

    And all of those transcend partisan politics. To paraphrase Pete Gent in North Dallas 40, “They’re the team – we’re the equipment”.

  164. Don’t worry. Trump lies to fit the occasion. Which is good. He’ll forget all about what he said later on when the opportunity strikes.

  165. By the way, doesn’t it seem convenient that the murderer is all anti-immigrant and the government is all pro-immigrant? Certainly reeks of spurious flags to me.

    And whatever happened to the liberal murderer?

    • Replies: @Sane Left Libertarian
  166. Richard B says:
    @Harold Smith

    “The thing is, the historical record shows that *real* terrorists in the U.S. and elsewhere, e.g., people who are driven by ideological principle and willing to die or risk death to carry out an attack, usually do proffer some kind of a “manifesto” or “communique” or “claim of responsibility” etc.”

    That’s true. And, of course, that’s what the hostile elite starts with.

    Which is exactly what it all feels to contrived. Like a really bad TV series operating out of the same old formula.

    “The problem our masters have is that it is very difficult to concoct a manifesto that’s not easily identified as a fraud.”

    Exactly! Which is why the response to these “shootings” are not followed by tears but by lots of eye-rolling.

    Most have moved on before the fake blood has even dried.

  167. @obwandiyag

    And whatever happened to the liberal murderer?

    He didn’t have a mission, just a garden variety homicidal maniac who wanted to kill a bunch of people and himself. So that’s much better, unless of course you’re shopping in Dayton.

  168. Richard B says:
    @astro3

    Thanks for the mention.

    Yeah, I’m surprised people are responding to this as if it actually happened.

    They all seem to operate out of the same template.

    What I taken to refer to as The False Flag Waltz.

    1. Destroy the Evidence
    2. Control the Narrative
    3 Enforce the Law (on anyone who questions the narrative)

    Why would they do this?

    Same reason they did it on September 11th, ie; so it never goes to trial. Or, if there is one it’s a “trial.”

    Because with a real trial there’d be legal discovery and you could ask questions.

    Can’t have that in this case. Hence the Waltz.

    Awful!

    The hostile elite are as sick as it gets.

    Thanks for the link. I look forward to checking it out.

  169. Richard B says:
    @Amon

    You’re probably right.

    Geez. What a world.

  170. Richard B says:
    @eah

    It was great that he just came out and said it.

    Honestly, didn’t think I’d hear it. Even from him.

    But he said it.

    And of course he’s right.

    There’s only one supremacist group in the world and it isn’t White people.

    Speaking of which,

    Who needs a Conspiracy Theory when you have the facts of Cultural History, the patterns of Human Behavior and the reality of Current Events aligned like a Perfect Storm and staring us all right in the face?

    You don’t. Obviously.

    Oh, and by “the reality of Current Events” I don’t mean these hoaky and impossible to believe in shootings.

    No way.

    With every one of those there are less tears and more eye-rolling.

  171. gsjackson says:
    @eah

    It’s worth noting that the owner of 8chan said that the manifesto was uploaded there by someone other than the shooter. Or shooters (eyewitnesses in El Paso attested to more than one).

    It is the position of some people purporting to speak for Trump that these shootings are done by mind-controlled assets to dominate the news cycle and take attention away from Epstein and those who supposedly will soon follow him into jail. If that’s so, Trump certainly knows this, and maybe he’s just singing a little lullaby for the media to calm them down. But even if it’s so, if it amounts to nothing, the performance is disgraceful, especially lending credence to the ‘hate crime’ scam.

    The 2020 election will be fought largely on another battlefield far, far away, and Trump is still likely to win in a landslide.

    • Replies: @eah
  172. Robjil says:
    @Amon

    Yes. Paul Singer is working hard on that as we speak. Chuck mentioned to me about this.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/neocon-billionaire-paul-singer-driving-outsourcing-us-tech-jobs-israel/259147/

    With nearly 6 million Americans unemployed and regular bouts of layoffs in the U.S. tech industry, major American tech companies like Google, Microsoft and Intel Corporation are nonetheless moving key operations, billions in investments, and thousands of jobs to Israel — a trend that has largely escaped media attention or concern from even “America first” politicians. The fact that this massive transfer of investment and jobs has been so overlooked is particularly striking given that it is largely the work of a single leading neoconservative Republican donor who has given millions of dollars to President Donald Trump.

    Notice the words ” 6 million Americans unemployed”. Yet, this Singer guys sings only for Israel. How is it possible to fit all these big US companies in tiny Israel?

    • Replies: @troglodyte
  173. Trump has certainly lost my vote. He was the first, and most likely the ONLY vote I’ve ever casted on the Federal level. It’s done. We need to be building, and policing our own communities now.

    • Replies: @Sane Left Libertarian
  174. @Moi

    A boomer redneck.

    I love Hickock though.

  175. @Biff

    Recently?

    Jim Traficant.

    A lot of people have asked why Traficant was so popular in his district.

    Here’s why: when the steel businesses went under in northeast Ohio, the banks started to foreclose on workers’ homes. Traficant, then the county sheriff, refused to enforce the foreclosure orders. He hoped to buy time for the workers to raise some money to keep their homes. As a result, Traficant went to jail for contempt of court; he went to jail for his neighbors.

    Traficant could do no wrong in Youngstown after that.

    And he always stood up to the Zionists.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  176. eah says:
    @gsjackson

    It’s worth noting that the owner of 8chan said that the manifesto was uploaded there by someone other than the shooter.

    See comment #102.

    … and Trump is still likely to win in a landslide.

    I also addressed this in an earlier comment — Trump is very unlikely to win any state that he lost in 2016, a “polarizing” election where turnout was still < 60% — Trump won in 2016 by winning a few key states by relatively small margins — will that also happen in 2020? — given his failure to deliver on pretty much anything, there are good reasons to doubt that — there are good reasons to believe that a significant number of people who voted for him in 2016 will stay home in 2020.

    Jeffrey Gundlach puts the odds of a U.S. recession before the 2020 election at 75%

    • Replies: @Precious
  177. @Bardon Kaldian

    There is no core American nation with its passions, myths & will to sacrifice.

    That’s also interesting. It’s the common European belief, or at least a common European statement, “We have culture and you don’t.”

    Your statement is not quite “We have culture and you don’t”. You’re saying “There is no core American nation”, which is true as far as it goes.

    Again, take a look at Woodard’s book [1]. He says that there are _several_ core American nations. This is apparently not disputed by sociologists, who can trace the American populations back to their region of origin, and find areas that have many of the same outlooks.

    OK, so there are several American nations. So what? Well, as far as I can tell, two of them (Woodard’s Yankeedom and New Netherlands, see web page for map [1]) appear to be a coalition responsible for much of the havoc. The rest of the nations are still present and still have identities, although they have been badly weakened, El Norte perhaps more than most as it’s being invaded by its own south, with which it has never gotten along.

    Yankeedom and New Amsterdam are themselves being badly weakened. New Amsterdam and its urban clones are a cities that have had no monopoly on economic function (such as light manufacturing and trans-shipping) since containerization and the Interstates in the 1960s. Rail lines pass through cities, but that’s not where the rail years are anymore. New Amsterdam used to have a lock on universities and corporations, but both are so dysfunctional today that the lock is visibly declining in value.

    El Norte (Mexican immigrants in the US Southwest) have shown what is possible in this situation, in that they have advanced north themselves and largely displaced the 1950s inhabitants of Los Angeles and the countryside as well in South California. The lesson is: all you have to do is say the magic words:

    and have lots of children, and you win.

    Which looks like it’s in process of happening for the other nations as Yankeeland and New Netherlands lose their grip. We’re seeing some variant of “You have lied to my children and me and my parents and my grandparents that I might destroy my own past and future, but now I see the lies, and your days are numbered.”

    The above process have large side effects, maybe very large, but that won’t stop the fundamental process.

    As far as myth’s go, don’t you remember Myth America? (sorry, couldn’t help myself there. back to being serious.)

    And as far as sacrifices, you want to win by making _somebody else_ do the sacrificing.

    Counterinsurgency

    1] Colin Woddard.
    _American Nations_
    http://www.colinwoodard.com/americannations.html

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @Twodees Partain
  178. @Jimmy Wells

    We need to be building, and policing our own communities now.

    Good in theory, and better than trusting our millionaire “representatives” in DC who actually represent the Koch Brothers, Insurance executives, the NRA, and the drug companies. But we still need roads and hospitals and cell phone towers and the FAA and lots of communist entities to help us interact.

    • Replies: @Jimmy Wells
  179. eah says:

    • Replies: @eah
  180. I see several of the usual crazies are clogging up this forum. I’ll just point out a few things.

    – Trump hasn’t started a war yet. Unlike the guy married to a tranny, who did. Does Blormpf get any credit for that? Apparently not.

    – A bunch of states have red flag laws in place. Florida’s had one for over a year. Rather than try and scare everyone with what might happen, why not analyze what has happened?

    Can anyone point to a case where a conservative had his guns taken from him for twittering about race realism or mm climate change skepticism? Didn’t think so. But of course, the smart set is all about shouting “boo!” and then claiming you’re naive for not jumping out of your skin.

    Trump is driving the Dems off a left-wing cliff. His mere existence is making them un-electable. That could change with the entrance of someone else, but as it stands now, Trump wins easily.

    • Agree: Precious
    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Johnny Walker Read
  181. @bro3886

    Mexican drug trade that has killed hundreds of thousands of (mostly white) Americans

    Do you have a cite on this? From my own reading it seems the cartels kill each other much more than innocents. Similar to the inner-city “youth”. Of course any loss of an innocent life is too much, and one Channon Christian cancels out a typical weekend in Chicago, but this phrase in your post doesn’t ring true.

  182. eah says:
    @eah

    But the number of white americans who are being driven to think and behave like white nationalists by the media and system is great enough to determine electoral outcomes.

    Right now it is (theoretically) — but for how much longer? — stopping (or at least slowing) non-white immigration is key, but Trump will do absolutely nothing there — non-MAGAtards must start looking beyond the orange clown.

    • Replies: @troglodyte
  183. @Truth

    … Aaaaah 3-dimensional chess again…

    Yes that is the Obamanauts’ defense of the Profit Protection and Middleman Multiplication Act (ACA). Somehow Heritage Foundation heathcare – orders of magnitude price increases, record drug profits, record insurance profits, begging phone drones for your $500 cancer screening, fewer healthcare choices, millions of Americans without healthcare, and millions more with worthless insurance is the end result of Obama outsmarting the Republicans.

  184. @John Burns, Gettysburg Partisan

    The media line on Traficant at the time was that he was convicted of some unspecified fraud connected to his tenure as Sheriff. Typical lying ass news media.

  185. peterAUS says:
    @Counterinsurgency

    Khm…..well……….secession/whatever, then.

    The tricky matter at the moment, even to start contemplating it.

    Hehe…good “handle”. Those would be first used by the center to squash the idea.

  186. lavoisier says: • Website
    @RadicalCenter

    we might consider giving up our ability to defend ourselves and our families, homes, neighbors, and businesses with guns — after the president, congressmen, federal judges, etc., disarm all their bodyguards, I.e. the US Marshals, US Secret Service, police, and National Guard. Somehow I don’t see that happening.

    The plan is not voluntary relinquishing of firearms.

    The plan is government mandated relinquishing of firearms.

    Midnight raids and prison cells and all that goes with tyranny.

  187. Phil Collins

    one of my favorite artists.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  188. The satanically evil orange clown and his handlers are apparently trying to create another “Holodomor,” this time in Venezuela.

    https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/Food-Shipment-Destined-For-Venezuela-Seized-Due-To-US-Blockade-20190807-0012.html

  189. Ace says:

    It is unser unglück to have this blithering idiot as our chief executive at this watershed moment in our history. He has not understanding of the Constitution and zero political foresight. He runs his mouth impulsively and manages only sophomoric or liberal pieties. He has given prominence to his daughter and SIL who have done nothing to commend them to us. Who are these nobodies that sit at his right hand?

  190. @Harold Smith

    The problem our masters have is that it is very difficult to concoct a manifesto that’s not easily identified as a fraud.

    This phenomenon is brilliantly portrayed in the decades old classic “The Lorax”

    Amazon to drop all it’s Dr. Seuss books when?

  191. @Richard B

    Anyone who truly loves freedom is on their own.

    It’s always been that way, and knowing it saves a lot of trouble.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  192. ia says:
    @Anonymous

    Yes, pout and throw a tantrum because one man can’t immediately change what’s been going on for a couple hundred years.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @Harold Smith
  193. ia says:
    @Svigor

    But I would be interested in hearing how a Dem would be “far worse.”

    There isn’t going to be any revolution. White men have been losing for decades and they will continue to lose. Why? Because they are incapable of thinking in symbols. And this world and human nature is influenced, not by carefully crafted essays and logic, but by images, gestures and sounds in time.

    Trump was able to pull off the most stupendous upset in American (world?) history because he, unlike the typical abstract, techy white guy, figured it out.

  194. @A123

    He may be setting traps for the powers that be which are not in his camp, but he still needs the individual votes, and a person with a life history of cozying up to Dems ‘setting a trap’ by espousing truly Dem policy in an area where the right does not tolerate any splitters at all will be raising the eyebrows of many if not all of his voters.

    Unless he thinks he can crush the Dems with IntelGate, but he’d have to drain much swamp to recover from exposing himself as a RINO. I used to hold out hope for Trump swamp draining too – but the boy’s been crying ‘Wolf!’ one too many times now.

  195. Crone says:

    PDJT is using his pacing tactic, which is to be followed by his leading tactic. PJDT uses this to influence non-supporters to listen to him with more openness, so he can influence them. Read about this on the Scott Adams blog.

    I don’t think he intends for the red flag proposals to become law. He said he wants to tie the red flag proposals to immigration reform. He’s counting on the Democrats in Congress to refuse to pass any immigration reform he would sign. Therefore, the red flag proposals will not pass either.

    He knows that his base would desert him if he does not hold the line on the 2nd amendment. When it comes to actual legislation, I think he will hold the line. But he will talk about red flag proposals while denouncing “white supremacy” in a way that will defuse the angst of the middle-left members of the public, which is a fairly large percentage that he still wants to win over. He will massage this issue carefully until enough of the public understand what’s really at stake with the 2nd amendment.

    He will also use the fallout from this to continue to educate the public about the motives and tactics of the Political Left, including the Media This is another opportunity to wake up more of the somnolent electorate before 2020.

    It also occurs to me that he actually wants and needs us to speak up about our fears of potential misuse of red flag laws. So let’s all speak up, to our congress-critters, to the President, to our friends. It’s really up to us to hold the line, to hold all our politicians accountable, including PJDT. Eternal vigilance doesn’t stop when someone we generally approve is in the White House.

  196. ia says:
    @Anonymous

    People will stay home unless a real leader appears.

    You better bloody well hope not. There will be no repeat of masculine totalitarianism. We are in a different world. A world of persuasion and seduction. A world of images, gestures and sounds in time. And the people who can manipulate these media are in control.

  197. Richard B says:

    Traficant had their number.

    Maybe he read The International Jew (available here at TUR).

    Especially chapter 16 vol. 1

    Just substitute farm for factory.

    Same template.

    All of their methods are pretty crude once you poke past the surface.

    Hence their obnoxious and desperate need to control everything.

  198. @Counterinsurgency

    Interesting. You point out the source of the chaos: yankees and squareheads. Thanks for the link to the book.

  199. Truth says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The way Donald Trump reacts to things makes me think he’s a woman trapped inside a man’s body.

    That’s hilarious!

    And here I thought you guys weren’t paying attention…

    (wink)

  200. Truth says:
    @Bragadocious

    – Trump hasn’t started a war yet. Unlike the guy married to a tranny, who did.

    You might have to narrow that one down a bit, Sport…

  201. Ace says:
    @bjondo

    That Gladio/Shadow Warriors stuff is weak. OG was conceived as a stay-behind organization in the event of a Soviet invasion. Now it’s much like Bigfoot – much discussed, alive in the popular imagination, never glimpsed, and as real as that 100mpg carburetor the oil companies keep locked in a safe.

    I worry more about the return of the Hohenzollerns.

    • Replies: @Robjil
  202. @nsa

    “Trumpstein, the lifelong NY democrat…”

    I love when I see someone point this fact out.

  203. Wally says:
    @DESERT FOX

    What are you doing about it?

  204. Wally says:
    @Twodees Partain

    Yet you do nothing about it except use childish potty talk for which you have a fascination.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  205. Paw says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    Shootings and other events. “Oncoming events cast their shadows.”.
    A/ Cover up the Epstein scandal. Already mostly secret “investigations”.
    B/ Destroy USA ,by disarming population.
    C/They try to turnaround election of Trump again…
    D/ Trump has double at least ,as we can see and observe ,many big jumps and every day in contradictions with his decisions..
    How many victims are needed to do above and to commit many other crimes..
    One would think after reading some media ,that Trump personally went to shoot everywhere,or at least led and directed the attacks on spot..

  206. @Bardon Kaldian

    I have lived in the South for 50+ years and have never known a white supremacist, nor been recruited by one.
    If you want to identify groups with a supremacist belief system, start with Israel and its supporters.
    The DEM candidates for fake prez have a weird speech defect- they cannot say the word “nationalist” unless “white” comes before it. Which is racist as hell.

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
  207. Anonymous[347] • Disclaimer says:
    @ia

    What are you talking about? The topic is his failure to not shit the bed when the swamp, and the MSM, used these shootings to goad him into attacking his own base.

  208. @Robjil

    This trend and all others do not escape the attention of the Z-MSM. They just go to any length to make sure it escapes the attention of real US citizens. Lying by omission.

  209. @Greg Bacon

    You mean this groomed prostitute Trojan Whorse?:

    https://www.tulsigabbard.org/

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  210. @Wally

    “And the alternative was Hillary…”

    This is false. There were other principled options such as abstaining.

  211. Richard B says:
    @Jacques Sheete

    Of course it hasn’t always been that way.

    Knowing that is what’ll save one a lot of trouble.

  212. @eah

    Like almost all pols in DC, REP and DEM, Trump’s immigration policy is cheap labor, from fast food to Big Tech. Investors always win, workers always lose.

  213. @ia

    “…one man can’t immediately change what’s been going on for a couple hundred years.”

    Especially when he doesn’t want to. But he sure had no problem making everything significantly worse; why he’s even single-handedly brought us back to most dangerous days of the cold war.

  214. @ia

    “Trump was able to pull off the most stupendous upset in American (world?) history because he, unlike the typical abstract, techy white guy, figured it out.”

    LOL! The only thing he “figured out” was how to lie his way into the white house by leveraging his non-career-politician status to create a plausible-to-many-voters yet totally dishonest campaign.

    And despite his herculean efforts to misrepresent himself, he probably would’ve still lost the election if the democrats (particularly Obama and Clinton) didn’t help him win.

  215. Ace says:
    @Svigor

    There was no cause for such ill manners.

  216. Sean says:
    @Chris Mallory

    He does not accept their sponsorship, but he is still a member as far as I know and he does not disagree with anything they have done on gun control. He advocates directly lobbying your political representatives.

    In his latest Shooting the breeze he pointed out that semi automatic rifles have been in civilian hands for 50 years (the original civilian Armalite qualifies as a Curio or Relic) yet there were hardly any mass shootings until recent decades. so it is a people problem, society producing alienated young men. So those people need to be identified and helped.

    https://psmag.com/news/the-suicide-rate-is-at-its-highest-in-a-half-century

  217. @eah

    calling wypipo “racists” elicits only yawns now…so they changed the word “racist” to “white supremacist”…

  218. @Truth

    To be fair, though, Laura Bush was a fox in her youth.

    • Replies: @Truth
  219. @Bardon Kaldian

    Maybe the idea of white racial nationalism coming out of US isn’t so bad as compared to European ethnic nationalisms, and Europeans could do with adopting it. But when Europeans become aware of what’s happening to them it will be too late.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  220. @ia

    “Why? Because they are incapable of thinking in symbols. ”

    Hmmmm…well, how about thinking in hand signals? Wanna guess how many fingers I’m holding up at you?

  221. @Wally

    Wally, you have no idea what I do. From what I can see, all you do is rant and worship politicians. Presidential elections always come down to a choice between two turds. You chose the one with the nicer shade of brown, and you’re announcing your intention to do it again next year.

    Good luck, son. You’re setting yourself up for another cornholing. Apparently, you enjoy it.

  222. @Poupon Marx

    These Tulsitards are delusional. Some of them even base their support for her on her looks. That’s as funny as their belief that she’s an antiwar candidate.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  223. @EliteCommInc.

    I guess you were replying to counterinsurgency #184. Was his the last comment in the thread when you were replying? I sometimes get that when I reply to the last comment in a thread, the handle of the person I’m replying to does not appear at the top of my comment. I’m sure I always press the REPLY button when replying to someone specific instead of filling the general comment window which is for replying to the author of the article. I do sometimes notice other comments replying to someone else but not clear who to. I wonder if RU could look into that being that he’s the software expert. This can’t happen on Saker’s blog as the Saker has the “Leave a reply window” at the top of the thread under the article.

  224. @Twodees Partain

    Some of them even base their support for her on her looks.

    Why not? If it all boils down to the same, and they all aren’t that much different in their policies, why not having something pretty to look at on the screen every day. Since there’s no substance to it all, the elections and the democratic process, that may be the best answer yet.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  225. @Bragadocious

    Yes sir, follow the Red Queen right off the cliff…

  226. As I exit this discussion, I can comfort those worried about the coming gun sweep by informing you that the Orange Idiot has already returned to his oafish self, insulting El Paso police and turning the memorial into a campaign event. Also I find that no one bought his teleprompter fantasy Monday. There is universal agreement that he could barely read the words, much less understand them. One person said he looked like a POW reading propaganda cards from his captors. So your worries are unfounded.

  227. @Sane Left Libertarian

    Speak for yourself. The only item from your list I’d agree with is the hospitals but even that is questionable. We got along fine for centuries without any of them. If one thinks they NEED cell phones and Federal alphabet groups such as the FAA (or any other Fed group) than I’m afraid they’re already lost.

  228. @Commentator Mike

    No, some guy at AR commented on this, and he was right.
    https://www.amren.com/features/2019/07/national-conservatism-without-race/

    Nationalism is born in oppression. Blacks in Africa have never been a nation. Blacks in America who share the history of abduction from Africa, slavery, and 400 years of history here are a nation having a distinct culture, heroes, and a common story. Southerners became a nation only when they became the villain to the Yankees. They woke up to find their supposed countrymen cheering those who wanted to murder them in their beds and Massachusetts clergymen singling them out as the evil other. They lost in their effort to express their nationalism by making and keeping their own country. Now, southern nationalism is an expired force. Whites in Europe were never a nation. There were nations of whites, but never a white nation as they spent most of their time attacking and protecting themselves from other white nations. Whites in America are becoming a nation but are not there yet–not moving anywhere close to fast enough. As whites become more vilified for being white, I hope more will realize that American whites share a common history as a European diaspora,, heritage, culture, and monumental accomplishments. Oppression is a crucible for the creation of nations. I hope white people will hurry up and figure out that we are the villain–the evil other of the story today only because we allow it to happen. If our nationalism comes quickly enough, we may preserve ourselves.

    I would add that real, historical nations of Europe can cooperate against common enemies. But they remain separate nations with different cultures, histories, languages, identities…. White nation in Europe is impossible & unnecessary.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  229. Whitewolf says:
    @ia

    With Trump sounding just as anti-White as any democrat why would his former base bother voting at all? Just because they have no where else to go doesn’t mean they’ll vote for Trump as the lesser of two evils. He can’t even point to keeping his signature promise of a wall paid for Mexico.

    Sooner or later Whites will figure out that all this whining about “White supremacy” is nothing but a cynical power grab by anti-Whites. Unless you actively hate your own race and want it genocided through mass third world immigration and forced integration you are a White supremacist.

  230. Smucker says:
    @Anonymous

    LOL. You don’t recall how he backstabbed Ron Paul by bring hookers to his Las Vegas presidential rally?

  231. Whitewolf says:
    @troglodyte

    No one self identifies as a White supremacist or a Black supremacist though almost all people usually support supremacy for their group. Which is quite normal.

    The term “White supremacy” like “racist” is used in a dishonest fashion. People assume(wrongly) it means a White person who wants to oppress other races. The label is applied however to even the slightest hint of White solidarity or racial feeling that doesn’t involve guilt for holocaust, slavery etc.

  232. Truth says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    Tal vez, pero era un “Zoro”, no una “Zorilla.”

  233. @Bardon Kaldian

    Bardon,

    I agree that European states are based on nations while the US is a nation of immigrants. However, the US has been exporting that same idea to Europe, that Europe too is a nation of immigrants, and the EU is responding by opening borders and inviting immigrants to settle and then multiply, while their indigenous European populations decline in numbers. The EU is also adopting directives from the US in terms of education, legislation, etc. and passing them onto the east. I’m just thinking ahead of when the whites in many European countries become a minority, as will happen soon in the US. All this can occur far quicker than one anticipates and it starts in the big cities. And in some cities in the UK and France, the white indigenous English and French people are already a minority, and if not, soon will be. It all starts in the US, is sold to the EU, and then the Eastern Europeans copy the west thinking it’s the way to go to be in with current trends, or else are coerced into it by the west through economic, educational, and other policies. It’s obvious that the plan is to turn the EU into another US with all that it entails. And when you don’t have enough numbers, and when others of your race face the same problems and threats in their countries, it makes sense to look to unite across borders against common enemies.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  234. HBM says:

    Trump is a nexus. He appears to have no core and is a suite of ever-shifting responses. He’s such a dealmaker that he can keep stringing everyone along for the sale, reflecting back whatever people want to project into him; but the problem is he never has to close the deal, since politics isn’t skyscrapers. When Tucker Carlson laid into Trump a few months back he stated he didn’t think Trump was capable of sustained focus. I think that’s right, but the real issue is that there isn’t actually an agent there to do the focusing– or, at the very least, not the one the whole world thought they were getting. All politicians are chameleons, and lie incessantly because that’s what you have to do in a multi-racial democracy, but Trump is a different sort of creature and on another level. And it sure seems like he’s just there to survive the whole ordeal at this point.

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
    , @OEMIKITLOB
  235. @Commentator Mike

    I know what you mean, but there is no single “Europe”; for instance, Denmark & Italy are awoke & won’t let any “migrant” (unlike loony & corrupt France & Germany): most of east Europe would not even think of following West in that matter & it shows in numbers. For instance, in a country of 5-10 million people there are no more than 100-500 “migrants” or non-Europeans.

    Even in populous Europe (France, Germany,..) these non-Europeans are easily located in a few big cities & are not even close to, say, 5-10% of the population overall, something which can easily be dealt with- if not for a paralysis of will). Blacks & Muslims are very vulnerable, atavistic, they can’t organize anything…basically, they function only as feral herds.

    The best thing is appeal to historical nation (French, Swedish,..) where those Africans & Asians don’t belong & are a threat to. To appeal to whiteness would seem absurd to most Europeans since most of their history they fought wars against another whites.

  236. Trump is a Deep State Puppet who has almost strictly hired Deep State puppets in his administration. He was hand-selected by the Deep State to usher in gun control for the Deep State as the population is growing tired of fascist control, violations of liberties and freedoms along with perpetual warfare.

    The Russian Hoax Conspiracy was used to maintain the DEM vs GOP pendulum and coalesce the voters on the GOP side to feel sorry for Trump, etc. while he screws them in the back..

    Trump and his Justice Department have allowed all the conspirators to remain free and refuse to divulge the crimes and conspiracy documents to the American People because they work for the Deep State and not the People.

    The GOP and their voters have been conned and most of us know DEM voters have been conned since they were created….

    • Disagree: Precious
  237. @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    All he hires are Deep State Puppets….

    You still believe this guy? He falls in line with fascism and panders to you without doing much of anything when it all comes down to it….

  238. Tariffs are interesting.

  239. Currahee says:
    @Miro23

    We are two supreme court justices away from “well regulated militia” being deemed to be the National Guard.

    After which Australian gun confiscation will ensue.

    You will be powerless, facing the mob alone.

    You and your family will die.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  240. Muggles says:

    The problem with the various anti Trump nonsense here and in comments is that context is totally dropped or ignored. Trump is a politician and operates in a hard left media environment. Fortunately Congress is on summer recess.

    Trump really wants to do nothing but has to pretend to do something. Nearly all of the comments reflect an almost programmed pessimism. “All is lost.” Yeah, well had Hillary won in 2016 you would actually have something to cry about. Total cynicism and self defeating psychology is not the solution to anything. Just name one elected politician who would act more forcefully for the 2nd Amendment in the current environment than Trump? Someone who isn’t from some small, very right wing electorate.

    The emotional blowback from psychopath murders will die down. The facts are that no legislation will stop crazies from acting out. The guy in LA today was using knives. So don’t blame Trump or other “hidden hands” (very popular on Unz) for MSM driven hysteria. That’s what they do. Relax, watch some sports and enjoy life. Don’t let madmen rule your emotional life. Trump isn’t perfect but he’s what we have.

  241. @Commentator Mike

    You’re right. It may well be. At least the ones who think she’s hot have a right to their opinion. Those who claim she’s antiwar would need to have the right to their own facts, which ain’t going to happen.

    • Replies: @Poupon Marx
  242. @HBM

    Trump is an agent of zionism, an as such, he lies and is a world class charlatan for his satanic zionist masters, Trump will win again as the zionists have control of the Diebold voting machines results, elections for POTUS are a zionist joke on we goyim.

  243. Precious says:
    @eah

    I also addressed this in an earlier comment — Trump is very unlikely to win any state that he lost in 2016, a “polarizing” election where turnout was still < 60%

    This is incorrect. Trump is in an excellent position to pick up Nevada, which he would have won in 2016 without Gary Johnson playing spoiler. He has a good chance of picking up New Hampshire as well. So he has the potential to pick up an additional ten electoral votes in 2020 and deprive the Democratic candidate of those ten.

    Minnesota was also a close one he lost. At this point I don’t think he can pick it up but if he can play up the alien Somalis and Omar turning Minnesota into a ****hole, American Minnesotans can tip the state toward him.

    • Replies: @eah
  244. Parbes says:

    “The idea was reportedly put in Trump’s head by South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a man who rarely fails to advance terrible ideas.”

    What did you expect? Lindsey Graham is an archetypical neocon, Anglo-Zionist scumbag and warmonger, one of the vilest figures of the Washington, D.C. rogue regime. He is already a major international war criminal for having been one of the prime Western enablers (together with his now-croaked psycho sugardaddy John McCain) of jihadi terrorism during the past decade, first in Libya and then in Syria, resulting in hundreds of thousands of deaths, millions of ruined lives and displaced migrants, and the gratuitous wrecking of two countries that posed no threat to the United States. To say nothing of his prominent role in the maniacal ratcheting-up of tensions with Russia to nuclear war levels. The man is an utter cretin who should be put on public trial for crimes and conspiracies against humanity, preferably in an international venue, condemned, and then shot.

    Neocon Israel-firsters are NOT friends of the ordinary people of America – and ESPECIALLY NOT of the non-Jewish, white American majority.

  245. anon[391] • Disclaimer says:
    @Longfisher

    “”Thanks for posting something that no one can understand””

    doesn’t really matter
    no one bothers to read peterAUS
    which is fitting, –he converses w/ the voices in his head

    hehe

  246. @HBM

    “Trump is a nexus.”

    I believe this is a true statement.

    On the one hand he was able to convince enough voters through rhetoric and guile that he, in concordance with (at least in the first couple of years of his term) a Republican majority, would straighten-out much of what “deplorables” perceived former President Obama, et al., had made crooked and they (America and Americans) would be on the road to prosperity and wealth once again.

    On the other hand, unbeknownst and unthought of by the majority of, if any, voters, he was a connection to the deep-state and all that this implies. All Presidential candidates have to be, otherwise no Presidential hopeful would see the Oval Office.

    This is a part of the price paid that voters don’t realize, or, if they do, they simply rationalize, minimize and roll the dice and hope they “win” at least something from their gamble/blind faith.

    “He appears to have no core…”

    Here I would have to disagree. His core is him, his ego. What else could he possibly want or need at this point in his life? He is well-compensated for the part he is playing (probably in more ways than we know) and he gets to satiate his ego. I suspect that this is good enough for him. For now. Lol!

    “…and is a suite of ever-shifting responses.”

    True, he is no towering intellect but all his staff has to do is crunch the numbers at the end of the day because that’s all that matters in politics; do you have the votes?

  247. Miro23 says:
    @Currahee

    We are two supreme court justices away from “well regulated militia” being deemed to be the National Guard.
    After which Australian gun confiscation will ensue.
    You will be powerless, facing the mob alone.
    You and your family will die.

    The National Guard are also people with families, and they’re only in it for the money. If things get difficult for them, they could abandon their gear quite fast.

    • Replies: @Counterinsurgency
  248. eah says:
    @Precious

    Assuming you are correct (doubtful, honestly) about each state you mention: NV (6), NH (4), MN (10) together have the same number of electoral votes as PA (20), a state Trump won by less than 45k votes — that is less than 1.5% of the total votes cast for Trump in PA — the question you have to ask yourself is this: by his abject failure to act on any of his campaign rhetoric, has Trump alienated more than 1.5% of the people who voted for him in PA, to the point they will either stay home or not vote for him again in 2020?

    MI (16) was even closer — FL (29) was also very close (and re FL: On January 8, 2019, an estimated 1.4 million ex-felons became eligible to vote — the ex-felon vote is alone virtually certain to swing FL in 2020).

    The Democratic nominee in 2020 (whoever it is) won’t have HRC’s ‘baggage’ (negatives) — Trump has given people who voted for him in 2016 little/no reason to vote for him again in 2020 — these people did not vote for: overwhelming numbers of new legal, illegal, and ‘irregular’ (asylum seekers admitted and released pending a court appearance, 90+% of whom do not appear) third world immigrants; all the Jew ass kissing; early release of felons; to be told again and again about historically low black unemployment; to never, ever hear him say “white people”; etc etc.

    Trump is in trouble for 2020 (even assuming no economic downturn or stock market decline, both of which are actually likely to happen) — he has to hope his voters will hold their noses, turn out and vote for him as the ‘lesser of two evils’ — a significant number simply will not do that.

    • Replies: @Precious
  249. map says:
    @Toasty

    By taking the position of the Red Flag law, he has forced guys like Joe Biden and others to take a hard-left stance because Trump is seemingly occupying the reasonable center. Biden is now on record as a hysterical gun-grabber which will play as a useful soundbite in the election.

    Remember, because of Paul Ryan, he lost the house among the same people that voted for him: blue collar workers and suburban moms. He is constantly working to make sure that the Overton window is moving over the marginal voters that determined his election.

    He wants to make sure that he does not have positions that would spook some suburban mom. The Red Flag laws won’t pass and they will die.

    Although I am not happy about the bump stock ban, it was a small loss. Bump stocks are not useful.

    Remember, there is more than Ivanka in the picture. Don Jr. and Eric Trump are full blown gun nuts.

    Always remember: there is no deal that Trump can make to betray his voters that the other side will abide by when Trump is out of office. His enemies have to be defeated. And his enemies are our enemies.

  250. map says:
    @GW

    Trump is a nice combination of Republican and Democrat policies.

    Remember, he is not the Right’s last chance. He is the Left’s last chance to resolve matters in this country peacefully.

  251. @Miro23

    The National Guard are also people with families, and they’re only in it for the money. If things get difficult for them, they could abandon their gear quite fast.

    It’s easy enough to accept a mission but not fulfill it, if everybody in the executing unit and most of the chain of command is strongly opposed to it.

    Counterinsurgency

  252. alexander says:
    @map

    I think it is important for us all to remember that there was only ONE senator,Russ Feingold, who actually read “the Patriot Act” before it was voted into law.

    He happened to be the ONLY senator, among the entire lot,..who voted AGAINST it.

    Had this bill been examined . scrutinized, and debated before its passage.into law ..the USA might be 20 trillion dollars wealthier then it is today . . and tens of millions of innocent people lives would not have been destroyed due to our catastrophic forays into illegal war.

    If a “Red Flag bill” is rushed to the floor, let us ensure every single congressman and senator has read it, in full, and that it is thoroughly discussed and debated , before it passes.

    Once bitten, twice shy.

    • Agree: Miro23
    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  253. @Svigor

    Abandoning him and losing him the election would bookend the deal by showing what happens to leaders who betray us.

    Notice nothing is ever the Orange Fugazi’s fault?

    Learns next-to-nothing every time.

    He’ll blame the voter fraud he never fought if he loses.

    • Replies: @Counterinsurgency
  254. Vastator says:
    @Vox Populi

    Svigor’s comment proves the OP’s point– it has no merit and wouldn’t have been published 30 years ago — and rightly so.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  255. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @Vastator

    And yet, somehow, people are less naive and much better informed about the JQ than 30 years ago. Is that what pains you?

  256. Robjil says:
    @Ace

    Operation Gladio is a system that is still going on. The “events” in the west in the past few years is proof it did not end. The OG is the term that was used in the cold war in Europe. It is a useful term for these new ZUS shadow government events since the OG was investigated in Italy in the 1990s and proved to be true beyond doubt.

    Perhaps this is the reason we have not seen any of these “events” in Italy in the past few years. ZUS shadow government must have cool feet about doing it in Italy since it was found out there in the early 1990s.

    http://frieden-durch-recht.info/gladio-natos-stay-behind-armies-and-terrorism-in-cold-war-italy/

    Judge Felice Casson was the hero that got the ball going for an investigation of the Operation Gladio. Something our “free” press fears like a vampire fears a cross.

    In order to re-evaluate the terrorist attack which had occurred in the village of Peteano in 1972, Italian judge Felice Casson in January 1990 requested permission from the highest Italian authorities to extend his research to the archives of the Italian military secret service. In July 1990, Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti consented and allowed Casson to research in the archives of Forte Braschi, the headquarters of the Italian military secret service in Rome. This far reaching decision lead to the exposure of Gladio.

    Here is what he found, amazing real investigation. Chimps advanced that way. Humans are going down the evolutionary scale if they continue being scared of investigating reality.

    It was in the archives of the Italian military secret service that Casson discovered the SIFAR document that proved for the first time that a secret CIA-linked army of the Italian military intelligence existed in Italy under the codename “Gladio” – ”Sword”. Casson also found that the Peteano terror attack of 1972 had not been carried out by the left wing terrorist group Red Brigades, as believed for many years, but by right wing terrorist Vincenzo Vinciguerra. This was a very far reaching discovery. Casson had exposed the hidden structure of “false flag terrorism”, a strategy used to shock the public and discredit the political opponent who is wrongly blamed for the crime. „I wanted new light to be shed on these years of lies and mysteries, that’s all,” Casson later told journalists. “I wanted Italy for once to know the truth.“

    • Replies: @DESERT FOX
    , @Anonymous
  257. By-tor says:
    @map

    Bump-stocks are quite useful after mastering the devices. The Manor’s US Establishment certainly wanted them banned before The Hunt starts in real life.

  258. @Robjil

    Operation Gladio has been active in the zio/US for decades and is getting more involved in false flag attacks with every passing year, and this a zio/US deep state NATO ran operation.

    • Agree: Robjil
  259. @Twodees Partain

    There is a nagging question that won’t go away. Looking at these pathetic wretches and walking colon cancer polyps, I cannot answer definitively if (a) they are all deeply mentally ill (b) blackmailed and bribed (c) have secret chips implanted in what they call a brain (d) have voluntarily decided that Satan is the real master of the Universe.

    Any opinions out there?

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  260. Precious says:
    @eah

    the question you have to ask yourself is this: by his abject failure to act on any of his campaign rhetoric, has Trump alienated more than 1.5% of the people who voted for him in PA, to the point they will either stay home or not vote for him again in 2020?

    The problem with asking myself that question is that the premise is untrue, Trump has not failed to act on his campaign rhetoric.

    Trump has given people who voted for him in 2016 little/no reason to vote for him again in 2020 — these people did not vote for: overwhelming numbers of new legal, illegal, and ‘irregular’ (asylum seekers admitted and released pending a court appearance, 90+% of whom do not appear) third world immigrants;

    Illegal immigration across the southwestern border has been cut dramatically over the past two months, officials revealed Thursday, pointing to President Trump’s deal with Mexico to step up that country’s enforcement as the chief reason.

    The Border Patrol nabbed about 72,000 people who sneaked across the border in July — a reduction of almost half compared with the peak of two months ago.

    After threats of economic sanctions from Mr. Trump, including crippling tariffs, Mexican officials in early June agreed to take specific steps to control the flow of people crossing its territory from Central America en route to the U.S.

    Mexico now has 26,000 troops deployed to focus on immigration. More than 10,000 of those are on its southern border with its Central American neighbors, and more than 15,000 others are up north, CBP said. The troops are breaking up migrant groups.

    And Mexico is paying for it. Also, Trump is on track to have 400 miles of wall built by this time next year as more wall goes up each day.

    all the Jew ass kissing;

    Do Trump supporters care? No change on Jews compared to his campaign rhetoric.

    early release of felons;

    Actually Trump is locking up pedophiles and gangbangers with long federal prison sentences by taking these criminals out of local courts where they get wrist slaps and parole. He is also slowly closing the noose around the swamp dwellers as we see Strzok and McCabe file lawsuits in desperation. Trump is preparing some major shocks with the arrest and trial of government swampies before the 2020 election.

    to be told again and again about historically low black unemployment; to never, ever hear him say “white people”; etc etc.

    True, but do Trump supporters care about this? Trump’s approval rating is holding steady and up five points from the beginning of the year. His rallies continue to draw enormous crowds.

    • LOL: eah, bluedog
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @eah
  261. Baxter says:
    @niteranger

    ‘The Democrats are on a suicide mission and you white folks are going to be sacrificed first’
    The growing animus towards whites is very disturbing. I just don’t get it. Sexual and ethnic minorities now make up the democratic base. So we are going to be seeing more racialized voting patterns in the future. Which, I believe will be disastrous for America.

  262. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @Robjil

    Operation Gladio is a system that is still going on. The “events” in the west in the past few years is proof it did not end.

    Almost certainly. I’m not one of those people who’ll see every instance of carnage in the West as a preapproved false flag but Gladio was way too successful to be abandoned. It’s as simple as that.

  263. Anonymous[189] • Disclaimer says:
    @Precious

    “all the Jew ass kissing;”

    Do Trump supporters care? No change on Jews compared to his campaign rhetoric.

    – Quite a bit of change.

    – Quite a lot of white voters do care.

    – Ass kissing turned into a rimjob.

    – The gap between what he’s done for his white voters and what he’s done for the Tribe and their drones is widening. The (((advisors))) around him are happy to widen it. That’s why he moved the embassy to Jerusalem, spent precious time defending a black rapper’s assault in Sweden, while describing his white nationalist supporters as “white supremacists”. You can’t make this shit up.

    – “With Jews you lose” is a meme for a reason. They’re riding him like a donkey and laughing about it.

    • Replies: @Precious
  264. eah says:
    @Precious

    Also, Trump is on track to have 400 miles of wall built by this time next year as more wall goes up each day.

    There is no wall and little or nothing will happen in the next year:

    Jul 20 2019 — Trump has not built a single mile of new border fence after 30 months in office

    two months

    I see — what about the previous > 2.5 years? — and re immigration generally (virtually all of it non-white): note the official White House tweet I posted above, with a video of Blumpf says he wants millions more — demographically destroying America and displacing Whites is OK with him, as long as it’s done legally (as I said, Blumpf never mentions white people at all).

    And what happened to that EO on ‘anchor babies’? — he never talks about that anymore.

    Why this is important: if only non-whites had voted in 2016, HRC would have not only won the election, but gotten every single electoral vote — Blumpf is only in office due to the votes of Whites, people he currently just ignores (see also his inaction on the opioid epidemic, which largely affects Whites: Mar 07 2019 — Deaths From Drugs and Suicide Reach a Record in the U.S.).

    You seem to be what’s known as a MAGAtard — someone who is apparently blind to not only Blump’s obvious failings as President, but his general oafishness and stupidity — he’s little more than a conman, and other than Supreme Court nominees (Kavanaugh sides with liberals in Planned Parenthood case), I honestly have trouble thinking of a single thing that would be different today had HRC been elected instead of Trump.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @eah
    , @Precious
  265. @alexander

    “If a “Red Flag bill” is rushed to the floor, let us ensure every single congressman and senator has read it, in full, and that it is thoroughly discussed and debated , before it passes.”

    Yes, let us. How? These fuckers do exactly what they want with legislation. There is no way to influence a Senator except with money and they wouldn’t even listen to an offer of money from an actual constituent in their district until at least a session too late. Their true constituency consists only of those who pat for their campaigns and those who hold their reins via blackmail.

    House members can be inundated with phone calls and letters and some may even be influenced, but a Senator can’t be reasoned with on anything to do with an upcoming vote. The best we can hope for is that they are told by their owners behind the scenes that a red flag bill is out of the question.

    • Replies: @alexander
  266. @Poupon Marx

    No differing opinion here. You seem to have covered what I suspect of all of them. I might add that all of them are psychopaths, but that’s true of politicians in general, even those in the making who have yet to win an election.

  267. peterAUS says:
    @eah

    …. I honestly have trouble thinking of a single thing that would be different today had HRC been elected instead of Trump….

    Hard confrontation with Russia either/or in Ukraine/Syria.

    Having said that, all the rest, same, with 2-3 years lag.

    • Agree: By-tor
  268. eah says:
    @eah

  269. alexander says:
    @Twodees Partain

    I think they do exactly what they want with the legislation ……”barring” a large ground swell of voter dissent in their district.

    Congressman will act on dubious bills before the floor, only when their district is ” silent” on the matter.

    Once they are aware they may pay a price, for signing into law some form of “fascist” legislature, they usually abstain.

    Even in a country where are legislators are totally “bought out” by corrupt elite interests, the will of the voters still holds sway, because the voters have the numbers.

  270. @map

    “Although I am not happy about the bump stock ban, it was a small loss. Bump stocks are not useful.”

    It was a violation of the 2nd Amendment. That makes it a loss, just the latest in a long string of them. It was a big revelation about Trump, though. It showed him for what he is. The people who hallucinate all the great things he has done while studiously ignoring his nature won’t agree, of course.

    • Replies: @Me
  271. Me says:
    @Sean

    If they come to steal my guns, I will kill them. Threeper through and through. Fuck the National Retreat Association. SAF won Heller and Nra tried to glom on and torpedo it.

    SAF, GOA, JPFO. NRA approved the fooking Hughes amendment. My LEO trainer friends agree with me, not you surrenderers.

  272. @Sick of Orcs

    Notice nothing is ever the Orange Fugazi’s fault?

    No, I’m too busy noticing that nothing is ever your fault.

    Counterinsurgency

  273. Me says:
    @Twodees Partain

    People said the same thing about the Hughes amendment…NFA owners are Way more law-abiding than anybody else in the US. What did that solve? Only murder with lawful NFA was commited by a dirty cop that murdered an informant.

    Padock would have killed more without a bump stock.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  274. Precious says:
    @eah

    There is no wall and little or nothing will happen in the next year:

    Wrong, the wall is going up as we speak. You can see it for yourself if you want.

    Jul 20 2019 — Trump has not built a single mile of new border fence after 30 months in office

    ^Fake news. I read the article when it came out and found their lie in about 20 seconds. If you need help finding it I can show you.

    I see — what about the previous > 2.5 years? — and re immigration generally (virtually all of it non-white)…demographically destroying America and displacing Whites is OK with him, as long as it’s done legally

    The previous 2.5 years Trump was quintuple-teamed by Republicans in Congress, the news media, the Democrats, the coup plotters of Spygate and a hostile federal judiciary in opposition. He had to stop the coup, dump out the Reublicucks, and stack the federal judiciary with people who care about American law. Sorry it took so long.

    And what happened to that EO on ‘anchor babies’? — he never talks about that anymore

    We need one more Supreme Court justice on our side before that can stick.

    Blumpf is only in office due to the votes of Whites, people he currently just ignores (see also his inaction on the opioid epidemic, which largely affects Whites: Mar 07 2019 — Deaths From Drugs and Suicide Reach a Record in the U.S.).

    The Trump administration’s response to the crisis of painkiller addictions and overdoses poses an unusual challenge for Democrats, who otherwise have claimed the electoral advantage on health issues during the Trump era. The White House can accurately point to signs of progress: Opioids prescriptions are down dramatically from their peak in 2012, early data suggests that overdose deaths are slowing, and the crisis is getting far more urgency and attention.

    And while much of Trump’s own rhetoric around the crisis focuses on “building a wall” and punishing dealers, his administration has emphasized a public health approach, addressing addiction as a disease instead of a crime.

    Congress has also responded, and it’s been bipartisan. Lawmakers have passed two major pieces legislation focused on all aspects of the crisis, from public health to law enforcement. It’s directed billions of dollars to states to get the crisis under control.

    other than Supreme Court nominees (Kavanaugh sides with liberals in Planned Parenthood case)

    A federal appeals court today ruled President Donald Trump can partially defund Planned Parenthood while the abortion business’ lawsuit against his administration’s new rules moves forward.

    As LifeNews reported in March, the Trump administration finalized an administrative rule that would partially defund the Planned Parenthood abortion business and deprive it of as much as $60 million in taxpayer dollars. This action adds to President Trump’s record of defunding the Planned Parenthood abortion company.

    I honestly have trouble thinking of a single thing that would be different today had HRC been elected instead of Trump.

    I don’t have that problem. I can honestly think of many things that would be different today if HRC had been elected instead of Trump.

    And as for Matt Perot-
    There’s no way to discern from the immigration, economic, or federal budget numbers whether Hillary or Trump won, or if perhaps Obama is still in office.

    That statement is two-thirds wrong. Sure the federal budget overall wouldn’t change much between Hillary and Trump, but the other two would. Immigration, for example, would not have reached a crisis under HRC. That is because every alien south of the border wouldn’t see Hillary winning as last call for making a rush for the border before the wall goes up.

  275. @Me

    “Padock would have killed more without a bump stock.”

    Going by the evidence, Paddock didn’t kill anyone, not even himself. Listen to the sound of firing on the videos. That sound is definitely from a belt fed or linked round light machine gun (like a Maximi going by the slower ROF than a SAW), and in some videos, at least two of them firing at the same time.

    Maybe you can’t identify the sounds. I can.

    • Agree: By-tor
  276. By-tor says:

    One is the 7.62x51mm M240 at 600rpm. It’s unmistakably different than the M16 5.56mm at 750rpm. You are correct that both are being fired at the same time as the 7.62mm has a deeper rapport and slower rate of fire.

  277. mdbb says:
    @Sean

    Why give the Pres credit as if he’s doing Patriotic American’s a favor? There can’t be a total ban on guns unless there’s Martial Law or someting that would suspend the Constitution. The Highest Supreme Ct has already agreed 12 times that the 2nd Ammendment can’t be lifted. They can make it harder by enacting more laws and tighter restrictions which is still unconstitutional but can be gotten away with rather than a total ban of the 2nd Ammendment.

  278. Precious says:
    @Anonymous

    Quite a bit of change.

    Wrong. Trump was kissing up to Jews before the 2016 election.

    Without much time to spare, casino magnate and Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson donated to Donald Trump’s campaign for president in a big way on Monday, after having pledged last spring to fund the unconventional candidate’s path to victory.

    Coinciding with a visit by Trump to Las Vegas, Adelson – who has long prioritized issues concerning Israel in his political calculations – donated $25 million to his campaign, Fox News reported, describing the billionaire as “going all in on the Republican nominee” just one week before Election Day.

    Citing “sources familiar with the donation,” the Fox report also claims Adelson is considering an additional $25m. gift before the week is over. He hopes that Trump’s chances to reach 270 electoral college votes have been revived after FBI director James Comey announced on Friday that the bureau would be searching through new emails, possibly tied to a closed investigation into former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s private email server.

  279. Brutis says:
    @Nicolás Palacios Navarro

    I think you’re missing the point. A false friend can do much more damage because he can soften opposition from the right to gun control, freedom of speech, and freedom of assembly. He will (unwittingly or not) do all of these things in exchange for a false promise on immigration. If given the right pretext, will he drag us another war? I think at this point, it’s clear that the man has no core beliefs and can be lead into any kind of misadventure if enough pressure is applied.

    Conservatives have to finally admit it, the man is a disaster to our cause. We first have to admit this to ourselves before we can muster a defence of our constitutional freedoms.

  280. @mcohen

    Can you elaborate a bit?

    Do the cartels own the DNC?

    Are they specifically targeting white America – specifically, Appalachia and the worst areas of the opioid crisis? If yes, why? How does the cartel benefit from killing hillbillies?

    Are you suggesting that the southern parts of the USA are already under complete Mexican control?

  281. Trump’s strategy becomes clear.

    Trump won the Primaries, because Trump wasn’t Bush.
    Trump won the General, because Trump wasn’t Clinton.

    Since the Inauguration, Trump seems to not be doing much for many of those who voted for him.
    Out of Syria? Nope, further in. Trump unilaterally tries to gift the Golan Heights to its illegal occupiers via Twitter. Same medium he used to state that buying Greenland was on the table. So maybe neither Twit meant anything.

    Result a Democrat wins in 2020. Trump’s old party. Maybe he was only Republican in 2016 to keep yet another Bushitler or the Hildabeast out.

    I don’t see any difference which party is in power. Maybe it makes a difference to the billionaires who fund both parties and coincidentally, are 100% for the laws that are passed and 100% against the ones that are rejected. No, I don’t think the actor in the White House has ever made a difference.

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