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Report: Ivanka, Jared Helped Forced Out Bannon – ‘His Far-Right Views Clashed With Their Jewish Faith

Let’s hope this isn’t the beginning of the Cohn-Mnuchin-Kushner-Ivanka presidency

The couple’s Rabbi Emeritus Haskel Lookstein wrote a letter condemning ‘this resurgence of bigotry and anti-Semitism and the renewed vigour of the neo-Nazis, KKK and alt-Right’ in a letter posted on the Facebook site of the synagogue the pair attend.

Bannon’s ousting was ‘done to save the Presidency’, a source close to Ivanka claimed. ‘Him leaving changes everything.’

Breitbart claims: “A senior White House aide informed Breitbart News that the Daily Mail report was ‘totally false’ and called into question the sources in the article of having any real knowledge of the Trump family.”

Let’s hope this isn’t the beginning of the Cohn-Mnuchin-Kushner-Ivanka presidency.

Rumor has it Trump’s already approved additional troops being sent into Afghanistan:

Kate Brannen


Trump’s decision has leaked. Two sources told me Trump is going w/ consensus plan: few extra thousand troops. 

Photo published for Axios Sneak Peek

Axios Sneak Peek

NASA Unveils Plan To Stop Yellowstone “Supervolcano” Eruption, There’s Just One Catch

A NASA plan to stop the Yellowstone supervolcano from erupting, could actually cause it to blow… triggering a nuclear winter that would wipe out humanity

Soros #Charlottesville #Antifa Honeypot Psyop Choreography Backfired Big Time

6 Police Officers Shot in 3 US Cities Friday Night, Two Confirmed Dead

Shootings unrelated, according to police

Trump Jabs ‘Crooked Hillary’ as he Thanks Bannon for Service

Bannon says he will use Breitbart to “crush the opposition”

“I want to thank Steve Bannon for his service. He came to the campaign during my run against Crooked Hillary Clinton – it was great! Thanks S,” the president’s tweet read.

Trump also commented on Bannon’s return to Breitbart News, saying he will give fake news a run for its money.

Donald J. Trump


Steve Bannon will be a tough and smart new voice at @BreitbartNews…maybe even better than ever before. Fake News needs the competition!

“Crooked Hillary” was Trump’s nickname for Democrat presidential opponent Hillary Clinton, aimed at highlighting the corruption and scandals which have plagued her career.

It was announced Friday Bannon would be stepping down from his post as Trump’s right hand chief strategist. He was credited with steering Trump’s America First agenda and was seen as a major force contesting fake news from within the White House.

Now that “Bannon the Barbarian” has been set loose, he says he can “go to war” for the president from the outside.

“In many ways I think I can be more effective fighting from the outside for the agenda President Trump ran on. And anyone who stands in our way, we will go to war with,” Bannon told The Weekly Standard.

“Now I’m free. I’ve got my hands back on my weapons. Someone said, ‘It’s Bannon the Barbarian.’ I am definitely going to crush the opposition. There’s no doubt.”

“I built a [expletive] machine at Breitbart. And now I’m about to go back, knowing what I know, and we’re about to rev that machine up.”

Report: Victim of Communism Exposes The Leftist Agenda

Report: Victim of Communism Exposes The Leftist Agenda

Bulgarian man gives dire warning to U.S. about the dangers of communism

Ivan from Bulgaria details what he went through in his home country under the communist mobs who shut down free speech. Alex Jones reports from Seattle.

Alex Jones Marches Through Seattle Alt-Left No-Go Zone

Alex Jones Dares To Walk Through The Streets of Antifa-infested Seattle

Missouri Senate Ready To Expel Lawmaker Who Threatened Trump’s Life

May have violated section of Missouri Constitution governing “contempt and disorderly conduct”

Missouri Democratic State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal called for the assassination President Donald Trump last week in a Facebook post that stated: “I hope Trump is assassinated!” during an exchange with a left-wing activist who claimed a family relative was a Secret Service agent.

According to The Springfield News Leader, Parson stipulated that Chappelle-Nadal must resign by September, the date of the upcoming veto session, or deal with expulsion from the Senate.

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Is Google Working with Liberal Groups to Snuff Out Conservative Websites?

Is Google Working with Liberal Groups to Snuff Out Conservative Websites?

New tool could be used to ferret out writers and websites that run afoul of the progressive orthodoxy

The Orwellian war on history

The Orwellian war on history

A Year Zero mentality is on the march

MSNBC Guest: ‘You Still Have Actual Nazis’ in the White House

MSNBC Guest: ‘You Still Have Actual Nazis’ in the White House

“[T]his is still a white-supremacist house.”

Kendzior failed to back up her claim that “actual Nazis” that are still in the White House, only saying that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a “long-time antagonist against civil rights.”

“[T]his is still a white-supremacist house,” Kendzior argued. “You still have actual Nazis in the house. You have Jeff Sessions, who’s a long-time antagonist against civil rights and you have policies that back up these ideas in practice. And so what Bannon is probably going to do when he leaves is just support this aspect of Trump’s agenda from the outside, which could be, actually I think, more dangerous and more harmful than having him in the White House, where he was, as mentioned, somewhat contained.”

The phrase ‘monumental stupidity’ has moved from metaphor to literalism. 10 Min.

The Left Has Devolved Into An Ideological Mean and Violent Drunk at the End of the Bar – 10 Min.

Down, But Not Out…

Rumors of Trump’s demise are, once again, greatly exaggerated

  • The “experts” are once again prematurely declaring President Trump’s political demise.
  • By now, they should respect his resilience more and the polls a lot less.
  • Trump is safe as long as his political opponents remain even weaker.

Published 22 Hours Ago  | Updated 21 Hours Ago–again-commentary.html

President Donald Trump

Welcome to the Donald Trump status reality check for dummies, part 276.

It seems like the established political and punditry world needs many frequent reminders about President Trump’s resilience every time he goes through a wounding incident like he is now with the beating he’s taking over his response to the violent protests in Charlottesville last weekend.

So here are the several reasons why President Trump is simply down, but not out in any permanent sense. There are four key things to remember:

(Note: None of the points below are excuses for President Trump. They simply explain why he’s not as vulnerable as many people think he is.)

1) Trump wins when he loses

It may seem like all Americans are at least frustrated that President Trump often shoots himself in the foot with unnecessary comments and tweets. But this also exemplifies Trump’s fighting nature that so many voters clearly like. Many conservatives feel like they tried “nice” before with people like Presidents George H.W. and George W. Bush, and GOP presidential nominees John McCain and Mitt Romney, but that still resulted in no real reduction in condemnation and bile from the left.

For better or for worse, and to the repeated horror of the Bushes, McCains, and Romneys, Trump isn’t playing nice. And for every moderate or casual Trump-leaner he may lose by fighting, he could easily be gaining the more fervent support from his base.

One major Trump donor even told CNBC Friday that the president is “being bullied” over this Charlottesville controversy. That response should tell you something about how President Trump’s supporters are responding to events playing out this week.

2) The stock selloff fake out

Trump’s voter base is hardly represented by Wall Street or major corporate interests. Much more important to the voters Trump needs to at least tacitly back him are the broader economic numbers. And, thanks to President Trump or not, those numbers are stellar. Unemployment is at a 16-year low, and the consumer sentiment levels are at near record highs. With fewer and fewer Americans even owning stocks, the fate of the stock market is hardly a top priority in politics for someone like President Trump who already proved he doesn’t need Wall Street’s support to win the White House.

3) Poll position

It seems crazy to have remind anyone of how we shouldn’t rely on the accuracy of polls after they just about all got the 2016 election so wrong.

But in case anyone is really convinced by all those record low approval numbers for President Trump, take them with this added grain of salt: His supporters may be skewing the numbers by avoiding polls right now. It may sound crazy, but even Psychology Today noted the work of Professor Raymond La Raja who argues that people holding perceived unique political views are more likely to withdraw from political discussions and public declarations for candidates even in anonymous polls in order to avoid the personal costs of being exposed.

In other words, just about every poll on President Trump is probably under counting his support.

4) The “other teams” are even weaker

Another key fact too many pro-Trump and anti-Trump Americans also don’t get is that none of this means Trump is bulletproof. But American politics is almost always about a two team game. And until someone from the other team, (the Democrats), really emerges as a true electoral challenge to President Trump, a lot of this won’t stick. The same goes for the establishment Republicans, who are still electorally dead in the water after two bruising defeats in the 2008 and 2012 general election to Barack Obama and an even more embarrassing and clear loss to Trump in the 2016 primaries. When people like Senators McCain, Lindsey Graham, Bob Corker, et al criticize him, it means very little.

And the Democrats, without control of Congress or a national leader with any wide appeal beyond progressive fringes, aren’t potent critics of the administration right now.

Both party establishments still need a vote-getting leader and President Trump already has the White House leadership role they covet. He has enormous executive power at his fingertips and the ability to win over some doubters with even the smallest backtracking like his recent ousting of Chief White House Strategist Steve Bannon, or just the passage of time.

The U.S. is not a parliamentary democracy where individual leaders can be ousted with previously unscheduled votes of no confidence or by coalitions of once opposing parties that come together to form a new ruling majority.

That leaves his die-hard opponents praying for long shot outcomes like impeachment or resignation. And those two possibilities aren’t demonstrably closer to reality today than they were during the last, second-to-last, or third-to-last times Donald Trump was incorrectly deemed by the pundits to be politically finished.

Commentary by Jake Novak, senior columnist. Follow him on Twitter @jakejakeny.

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Death of a Nation

US in midst of violent communist revolution

‘Stay Away From The Common’ During Boston Free Speech Rally, Mayor Urges

The mayor said he has spoken with the Southern Poverty Law Center for guidance on how to handle events involving white supremacists