By Jim O’Neill
There has to be accountability, there has to be a consequence…I want to know who did the unmasking, who did the leaking? And if we don’t have a consequence, if people at the highest level of government are not held responsible for this, then it is a blueprint for a future effort to overthrow the government. This is bound to happen again, because these arrogant, lying, condescending haters are going to do it again unless [We the People] stop them. And the only way to stop them is with justice, true justice, “behind the bars” justice.
Judge Jeanine Pirro, from “Opening Statement” 3/30/19
You would never know it if all you watched, listened to, or read was our pathetic, duplicitous main stream media, but the United States of America remains in great danger – for the most part from unelected government bureaucrats.
The soft coup attempt against the duly elected president of the United States is ongoing. The end of Mueller’s sham “investigation” simply means that America’s domestic enemies will switch gears and change direction, that’s all. The soft coup will continue apace.
It is not over. It is still happening. The Democrat Party, and the media, and all of these people from the Obama Administration who ran this scandal are still running it. …These people need to be politically defeated and pounded into the ground! …The very foundations of this country have been attacked and assaulted, and the people who know it in the main stream media are complicit in it…we are at a very, very dangerous point in the history of our nation.
Rush Limbaugh “Hannity”
“Politically defeated and pounded into the ground!” Can I hear an amen? In my opinion that is the only remedy that has a chance of working – pound the culprits into the ground so hard, so mercilessly, so thoroughly, that all that’s left is a faint residue of burnt ash. Drain the swamp, scorch the earth, salt the ground.
As Wayne Allyn Root writes “It’s time to turn the hunters into the hunted.” The atrocious un-American two-tiered justice system must be completely demolished, and justice handed out evenly, impartially, and swiftly. Freedom and the fate of America hangs in the balance.
By Jim O’Neill
Geeze Louise, to listen to Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, and a host of other fair-weather friends you would think that President Trump has started eating aborted fetuses for breakfast. Get a grip people, he signed a short-term Omnibus spending bill, he didn’t give away the keys to the kingdom.
President Trump remains in my opinion the greatest POTUS to come down the pike since the early days of the republic. I thank God every day that Trump is president, and consider America blessed indeed to have such an intelligent, street savvy, compassionate, stalwart, and courageous patriot at our helm.
How soon we forget. Do you have ANY idea what America would look like today if Hillary Clinton and the corrupt globalist cabal had won the presidential election? DO YOU REALLY? I seriously doubt any of the sunshine patriots and summer-time soldiers who are so quick to dismiss President Trump’s myriad and impressive accomplishments have any real grasp of how closely the USA came to being killed off for good in November of 2016.
In my article “Trickle-Down Trump” I mentioned that one of the qualities that President Trump possesses is a “an unflagging positive attitude.” The importance of such an attitude on our individual lives and the life of America as a whole cannot be overemphasized. The famed philosopher William James put it succinctly: “Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power!”
He expanded on this theme during a series of lectures he gave at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland during the fin de siecle of the 19th and 20th centuries.
The attitude of unhappiness is not only painful, it is mean and ugly. What can be more base and unworthy than the pining, puling, mumping mood, no matter by what outward ills it may have been engendered? What is more injurious to others? What less helpful to others as a way out of difficulty? It but fastens and perpetuates the trouble which occasioned it and increases the total evil of the situation. At all costs then, we ought to reduce the sway of that mood: we ought to scout it in ourselves and others, and never show it tolerance. But it is impossible to carry on this discipline in the subjective sphere without zealously emphasizing the brighter and minimizing the darker aspects of the objective sphere…. (italics added)
William James “The Varieties of Religious Experience” (p. 86, paperback)
So, lighten the f—k up and give President Trump some breathing room. Save you “pining, puling, mumping” moods for those who deserve it – say Congress.
BY JOE KOVACS FOR WND
With Fox News televising a debate among Republican candidates this Thursday, radio host Rush Limbaugh thinks Donald Trump may “blow up” the event with “fireworks” because of its “stale, stupid” formula.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump’s objective is to blow up this whole format, because it’s predictable, it’s stale,” Limbaugh said Monday on his national broadcast. “I think at some point, Trump’s just gonna say how stupid he thinks this is, and how unproductive he thinks this is.”
“He’ll talk about how it’s not productive toward choosing a candidate, that it just muddies the waters and it doesn’t give anybody enough time to do anything, and there’s no way that all 10 people can personally interact with each other. Then you’ve got the moderators trying to interject and keep control of the thing, and trying to make names for themselves, too, even though they deny that.”
Limbaugh noted Trump might break out of the format after he thinks he’s scored a big point.
“I don’t think he would do this if he thinks he’s not doing well,” he explained.
“I think he would only do something like this from a position of perceived strength and he would basically start lambasting the whole format and say, ‘You know what? This is what’s wrong with choosing a president! What does this got to do with anything? We’re all up here, everybody knows that nine out of 10 of these people aren’t going anywhere. What are we doing here? This is crazy! All we’re gonna do for two or three hours here is tell everybody how rotten each other is. It’s crazy. It’s not gonna matter a hill of beans at the end of the day. What are wasting our time here for? Making TV ratings for other people.’ Or something like this. I mean that would be in character. And how many people do you think would stand up and go, ‘Right on!’”
Limbaugh claims many conservative voters in the Republican Party are often disillusioned after debates take place because, “A northeastern liberal moderate establishment candidate gets the nomination. And if not a northeastern liberal, then an Arizona moderate or liberal. But an establishment candidate gets it. And the conservative candidates all seem to winnow themselves out. I don’t see Trump – as front and center as he is, as dominating as he is – willing, permitting himself to be seen as an equal among 10. By shutting up when he’s supposed to shut up. By not speaking when he’s not supposed to speak.”
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“I’m not saying any of it’s going to be disrespectful,” Limbaugh continued. “I’m saying it’s going to be like everything else he’s doing in the campaign. It’s gonna be fresh, it’s gonna be new. It’s gonna be, to use the cliché, a breath of fresh air. And people are going to be applauding it, except the Drive-Bys and the Establishment Media who, when it’s over, are gonna wring their hands and worry about what does this mean for our politics.
“The formula’s everything to the Drive-Bys. The formula’s everything to the Establishment. Because they control it. And that’s one thing Trump is not. Controllable. Particularly when it comes to the Establishment. So, it could be fireworks.”
Radio host Rush Limbaugh
Limbaugh postulated if he’s wrong and the debate has few eruptions, it’s going to be considered “a yawner,” and “the Establishment Media is going to claim that their Establishment Candidates did the best.”
That’s another thing Trump has to consider, Limbaugh concluded.
“As a lone-wolf candidate, as a guy who’s busting out of formulas, and is not being contained by them, it’s incumbent on him to step out and somehow control not only what happens during the debate, but the message afterwards. …
“The last thing Trump wants is for the post-debate analysis to be: ‘Donald Trump was also on stage and was heard from … .’ The last thing Trump wants is that he was just one of the gang, just one of the 10. So, it’s bound to be fireworks of some kind. It has to be. And the real question for me is: Are the other nine ready for what may be headed their way?”
The Fox News debate for the top 10 polling Republican candidates is slated to air at 9 p.m. Eastern. The network will also broadcast a 5 p.m. Eastern debate for the seven candidates who are in bottom part of the polls.
Meanwhile, the first televised debate takes place Monday night in Manchester, New Hampshire, to be broadcast on C-SPAN at 7 p.m. Eastern
Trump has decided not to participate in the event which is not sanctioned by the Republican National Committee, assessing he will not get the local newspaper’s endorsement after an editorial critical of his comments about Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero, CNN reported.