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(Time) The Lincoln Memorial has been the site for many of the United States’ most historic rallies, from the civil rights and anti-Vietnam protests of the 1960s to the Million Man March in 1995. However, for the thousands of women planning to march on Washington following Donald Trump’s inauguration, the landmark won’t be available for rallying.
The National Park Service, on behalf of the Presidential Inauguration Committee, months ago reserved access to the landmark by filing a “massive omnibus blocking permit.” Permits for inaugural events have traditionally reserved most of the National Mall, Pennsylvania Avenue, the Washington Monument, and of course, the Lincoln Memorial, for days and weeks before, during, and after the inauguration, which will take place on Jan. 20, 2017.
This is how the left operates.
It’s ALL smoke and mirrors.
Last night the Washington Post published a speculative report that Russia and Putin aimed to steal the White House for Trump.
The article omitted the fact that hackers also leaked GOP emails as well as Democrat Party emails this year.
But what happened next is revealing.
The liberal media and Democrat politicians are attempting to label their conservative opponents as fake news sites.
But liberals were just caught again pushing stories on Twitter by robot accounts.
This story was tweeted out by at least 9 Twitterbot accounts in a 30 second span.
Notice how they use pro-Trump names to push their anti-Trump propaganda?
This is how the left operates.
Nothing is as it seems.
Via Micro Santa:
— MicroSantaPizzaPhD™ (@WDFx2EU26) December 10, 2016
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‘If the RNC was not hacked, that casts doubt on their conclusions. I don’t understand why this is that difficult to understand.’
Politics – The Daily Caller
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) have revealed their plans to introduce a constitutional amendment that will impose term limits for both congressmen and senators. In a joint op-ed for The Washington Post, the two Republican firebrands said that term limits would be an effective way for the new Republican administration to “drain the swamp.” “We believe that the rise of…
As a show of support for our Armed Forces, I will be going to The Army-Navy Game today. Looking forward to it, should be fun!
Fusion, the liberal news site aimed at millenials and multiculturals and created by the Spanish-language Univision network in 2013, has joined those who think toying with the idea of assassinating Donald Trump is acceptable political speech.
The site posted a four-panel cartoon Thursday by Matt Bors titled, “The best case scenarios under Trump,” one of which shows a plot employing Melania Trump as a Slovenian double agent being ID’d as her husband’s assassin.
The comic’s other panels hold out hope for anti-Trumpers in a miraculous reversal from the Jill Stein recount, impeachment and total nuclear annihilation.
“Scarlet Letters: The Ever-increasing Intolerance of the Cult of Liberalism Exposed” illustrates how the progressive movement came to mimic a religion in its structure but not at all in its spirit, while profiling those brave individuals who dared to take a stand against this inquisition.
“If President-elect Obama had been the subject of a cartoon like this by conservatives eight years ago, the howls against such a sick display of hate and incitement to violence would have reached high heaven,” noted Ken Oliver-Méndez, director, Media Research Center-Latino.
“If Fusion’s management has any sense left, they should immediately order that the cartoon be taken down.”
The Fusion posting comes the same week leftist activist and filmmaker Michael Moore said “something crazy” could happen before Inauguration Day that prevents Trump from ever taking office.
Appearing Wednesday evening on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” Moore shared what he called his “prediction”: “[Trump] is not president of the United States yet. He’s not president, right? He’s not president ’til noon on Jan. 20 of 2017. That is – what are we, Wednesday the 9th? – so that’s more than six weeks away. … So is it possible, that within the next six weeks, something else might happen? Something crazy. Something that we’re not expecting.”
Moore did not elaborate on what that “something crazy” might be, but he is actively promoting efforts by groups planning to disrupt Trump’s inauguration.
Only last month when Trump was rushed off stage by the Secret Service at a Reno rally, Fusion treated the scare and early reports of an attempted assassination as “fake news.”
Fusion is not the only publication treating assassination of the president-elect lightly … or worse.
WND reported a feature writer for the Guardian newspaper of London tweeting, “It’s about time for an assassination.”
Another Twitter user posted that the “only” remaining question after Tuesday’s election is who will “assassinate” Trump, the New York Post reported.
Other users even cited the Jan. 20 inauguration as a deadline for assassination.
“Trump chose the literal worst case scenario as VP so nobody would try to impeach or assassinate him,” one user, referring to his conservative running mate Mike Pence, posted on Twitter.
Even America’s schools have been generated threats against Trump.
WND reported an incident last month at Ordean-East Middle School in Duluth, Minnesota, in which a photo of President-elect Donald Trump was placed in a trophy case with the caption “You’re a dead man.”
The day following last month’s election, a Fusion editorial declared the site “the voice of the resistance” and committed itself to a hard-left political agenda for the Trump years ahead.
“This is our time to prove that we, too, are America – the America of tomorrow. We will not be left behind. We’re survivors, we’re protesters, we’re vocal, and we don’t give up” the editorial concluded.
A week later, however, Univision announced a six percent layoff after the company slipped into the red, with many of the job cuts targeted at Fusion. The inconvenient business decision came not only a week after the editorial staff’s post-election manifesto, but also a week after the majority of that same editorial staff voted to unionize – a decision opposed by Univision.
One disappointed Fusion staffer told Politico: “The newsroom was empty after the announcement. The remaining staff is uncertain of its future and the toxic morale is palpable. No one can believe that the most talented and hardest working staffers were cut and yet a company that prides itself on diversity and progressive values chose to keep those who’ve contributed the least and make the most.”
Univision chairman, Haim Saban, donated between $ 10 and $ 25 million to The Clinton Foundation, reported Newsbusters. His wife, Cheryl, serves on the foundation’s board. Emails of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, released by Wikileaks, showed Saban repeatedly colluding between his network and the campaign.
‘Rudy would have been an outstanding member of the Cabinet in several roles’
Politics – The Daily Caller
Guest post by Joe Hoft
The Democrat Establishment – Liberal Mainstream Media and Democrat Party minions – continue their vicious attacks on Breitbart News.
Obama, Hillary and Democrat operatives started the war on ‘fake news’ and the Liberal media enthusiastically continued this bogus line of attack on anyone who opposes their failed cabal.
Breitbart is under attack since one of the first two individuals President-Elect Donald Trump picked to lead his team was Steve Bannon, former CEO of Breitbart News.
The MSM’s argument against Bannon and Breitbart News is that they are racist and white supremacist. The MSM’s only argument everm is to lie and call the individuals or institutions under attack – the “R word”. Courageous CNN contributor Kayleigh McEnany stood up to a room of race baiting liberals in defending Bannon.
The National Review although defending Bannon from being a racist, agreed with the attacks from Obama and the MSM that Breitbart was aligned with criminal far right agitators.
Andrew Breitbart, the founder of Breitbart News, provided a direct response to the racism promoted by the Left and MSM. Because the Marxist message of the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ would not work in the US, the Marxists created the ‘oppressors’ and the ‘oppressed’.
Ultimately the racist remarks from Obama, the Left and their MSM are rooted in Marxism and Breitbart knew this.
All true Conservatives must call out the MSM and Democrat Party for their disgusting racist smears of Breitbart. Conservatives must stand together against the horrible Alt – Left insults and lies.
Today Brietbart.com is under attack. Tomorrow it will be another conservative website. Breitbart is the largest and most effective conservative news outlet opposing the Socialist Globalist agenda
We condemn this racist liberal lies and disgusting smears against our friends at Breitbart.com.
The Gateway Pundit stands with Breitbart.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani dropped his name from Secretary of State Contention on Friday.
Rudy was a steadfast Trump supporter.
The Examiner reported:
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has been eliminated from contention for the job of secretary of state, according to a new report.
“He’s out of consideration,” CNN’s Ryan Nobles said Friday. “Our sources telling us that the mayor has been told this week that he will not be the next secretary of state.”
Exxon Mobile CEO Rex Tillerson’s stock is rising, Nobles added.
Giuliani’s elimination would be a heavy blow for one of President-elect Trump’s most loyal foot soldiers during the presidential campaign. Giuliani has campaigned openly for the job, and was once regarded as a favorite. His cause was boosted by allies such as Newt Gingrich and Mike Huckabee.
FOX Business Network said Rudy withdrew his own name from contention.
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Fox News host Megyn Kelly contradicted herself in an NPR interview by defending Pamela Geller’s right to hold the 2015 “Draw Muhammad” contest, while at the same time calling Geller “hateful” and a “provocateur,” contends the event’s co-organizer and co-sponsor, Robert Spencer.
On his Jihad Watch site, Spencer said that what Kelly characterized as “hateful” in the interview Wednesday is “precisely the defense of the freedom of speech that she says is justified.”
Kelly, stating Donald Trump and the First Amendment are “not a beautiful match,” noted she criticized the real estate billionaire when he condemned the May 3, 2015, event in Garland, Texas, which was covered on location by WND.
“And, I mean, I called him out on this back before he even declared his candidacy because he was going after Pam Geller, who there’s no question is a hateful person, who held this Draw Muhammad contest down in Texas,” Kelly said.
“Remember this? And they got attacked by two terrorists,” she continued. “Now she’s a provocateur, and she’s not a fan of anyone who’s Muslim from the sound of what she says; but this is America and she has the right to say those things. And she has the right to have a contest like that. And he was one of the ones out there arguing she invited her own attempted murder.”
Spencer noted Geller’s point “wasn’t about drawing Muhammad at all but about defending the freedom of speech and standing up against violent intimidation.”
Yet, he said, Kelly “says she is ‘hateful’ and a ‘provocateur.’”
“One may say that Kelly is simply defending Geller’s freedom of speech while disapproving of how she did it, in line with the old adage ‘I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it,’” Spencer said.
He said that applies in the case of Westboro Baptist Church and its calls, for example, to “Pray For More Dead Soldiers,” but it doesn’t apply in Geller’s case.
Spencer said Kelly “isn’t just disagreeing with what Geller says; she is contradicting herself by simultaneously defending and excoriating Geller for the same action.”
“For Kelly, drawing Muhammad makes one a hateful provocateur, and drawing Muhammad also makes one a defender of the freedom of speech. She doesn’t realize that she has already internalized the stigma upon this activity that Islamic jihadists and supremacists have placed upon it by their threats. She is already halfway to Sharia compliance.”
Geller, in a column Thursday for Breitbart, wrote that in “smearing me as ‘hateful,’ [Kelly] demonstrates that she doesn’t really know what was at stake when Islamic jihadis attacked our free speech event in Garland.”
“Why am I hateful for standing for the First Amendment? Is she copying the tactics of Islamic propagandists, smearing as ‘hateful’ those of us who refuse to submit to the most brutal and extreme ideology on the face of the earth?” Geller asked.
To the charge that she’s a “provocateur,” Geller said the Garland attack “was part of a longstanding jihad war against the freedom of speech.”
“Those who say I provoked the jihadis don’t remember, or care to remember, that as jihadis were killing the Muhammad cartoonists in Paris, their accomplice was murdering Jews in a nearby kosher supermarket,” she said. “Were the Jews ‘hateful’? Did they ‘provoke’ the jihadis?”
She noted that she held the event in the same venue where Muslim leaders held a conference shortly after the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris that effectively challenged the First Amendment,
“Was that provocative? Should we submit to the devout Muslims who use violence to impose the speech laws under the sharia?”
Geller pointed out that being Jewish also is offensive to Islamic jihadists,
“How much accommodation of any kind should we give to murderous savagery? To kowtow to violent intimidation will only encourage more of it,” she said. “Megyn Kelly should know that.”
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Comes after Obama calls for review of Russian interference
Politics – The Daily Caller
Texas presidential elector Chris Suprun says he will not cast his vote for Donald Trump.
Suprun signed a pledge last summer to support the Republican nominee.
Suprun is a #NeverTrumper.
His Twitter timeline is littered with fellow #NeverTrumper gibberish.
If you look at Chris Suprun’s Twitter page you can clearly see that he is using Megaphone Strategies as his PR firm.
Megaphone Strategies was founded by far left activist Van Jones.
It’s mission is “to use use PR as a tool to diversify progressive movements.”
Its clients include: Netroots Nation, Green for All and Demand Progress.
So this so-called conservative is using a far left company founded by Van Jones as a PR firm?
You just can’t make this stuff up!
Suprun says he will not be the only GOP elector to oppose Donald Trump.
ABC News reported:
Meet one of the real 538 electors, Christopher Suprun a Republican from Texas. Suprun has decided to vote for someone other than Donald Trump when he casts his electoral college vote later this month. He believes other electors are right there with him.
“At this point there are people who have reached out to me. Again it wouldn’t be my place to name who they are,” he said, though he indicated he was talking about Republican electors.
“I am confident in saying, at this point,” he continued,”I don’t think I will be the only one voting for someone other than Donald Trump who is carrying a Republican elector seat.”
Suprun told Jonathan Karl and Rick Klein on the Powerhouse Politics Podcast that he is not sure which former candidate will earn the vote since his choice, Ohio Governor John Kasich, has said he is not interested.
“As electors come forward, and I have had conversations with other Republican electors in particular, I think we will start discussing names specifically and see who meets the test that we could all get behind,” he said.
“The point of this isn’t just to go down and raise a little ruckus it is to vote for the person we think would best be able to hold the position.”
Is it too much to ask the GOP to ensure their EC electors has some integrity?
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Two new names are being added to the mix of President-elect Donald Trump’s possible nominees for secretary of state.
ExxonMobil Chairman Rex Tillerson, who met earlier this week with Trump, is now a candidate, according to FoxNews.com, citing a source close to the president-elect.
And former Ford CEO and top Boeing executive Alan Mulally is under consideration, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway said Friday in an interview with “Fox & Friends.”
Along with former Trump critic Gov. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Conway said Trump also is considering New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani; retired Gen. David Petraeus; Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.; former U.N. ambassador John Bolton; and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif.
Later Friday, Giuliani withdrew his name from consideration and told Fox News host Neil Cavuto that Bolton would be his choice for secretary of state.
Bolton and Rohrabacher are being considered more for deputy secretary, according to a Fox News source.
Tillerson’s diplomatic credentials apparently center on the fact that ExxonMobil is based in dozens of countries across six continents and has had business dealings in Russia, Yemen and other hot spots.
The 64-year-old Texas native was hired by Exxon in 1975 as an engineer and became president and director in 2004 and CEO two years later. He reportedly makes more than $ 40 million per year and owns more than $ 100 million of stock in his company, which has operations in more than 50 countries.
The Fox News source said Trump was impressed with Tillerson, and the two men likely will meet again soon.
Conway told “Fox & Friends” that adherence to “the Trump doctrine” and a willingness to “execute on his vision” will factor into the final decision.
The source close to Trump said there are concerns that Romney’s March speech opposing Trump’s candidacy — calling him a “fraud” and a “phony” — would overshadow his diplomatic efforts abroad.
The Hill noted that with just over half of the Cabinet jobs filled, Trump so far chosen four major donors or fundraisers.
Obama’s first Cabinet had at least eight campaign donors, but the most any of them gave Obama was $ 9,000, according to Federal Election Commission records.
Trump’s other Cabinet choices so far are:
Attorney general: Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, a key member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a former Alabama attorney general, was the first senator to endorse Trump, citing the candidate’s tough stance against illegal immigration.
Defense secretary: James Mattis, known to his loyal troops as “Mad Dog,” retired from the Marine Corps as a four-star general in 2013. He will need a congressional waiver because of the law requiring a seven-year gap between the military and service as secretary of defense.
Homeland Security secretary: John Kelly, a 40-year Marine Corps veteran, is the former head of U.S. Southern Command.
U.N. ambassador: Nikki Haley, the governor of South Carolina, was a critic of Trump during the primary but backed Trump after his nomination.
Treasury secretary: Steve Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive, was chairman of Trump’s campaign’s finance operation.
Housing and Urban Development secretary: Ben Carson, a highly respected neurosurgeon, ran against Trump in the primary campaign then became one of his top surrogates.
Environmental Protection Agency administrator: Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s attorney general, has sued the EPA and is known as a critic of the agency.
Education secretary: Betsy DeVos, a billionaire businesswoman and education activist from Michigan, has been a promoter of school choice and school vouchers. She insists, in response to critics, she is not a supporter of the federal Common Core curriculum.
Commerce secretary: Wilbur Ross is a billionaire investor who helped craft an infrastructure plan that could be implemented in the Trump administration.
Health and Human Services secretary: Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., is an orthopedic surgeon and a strong critic of Obamacare.
Labor secretary: Andy Puzder, a critic of government regulations, is CEO of CKE Restaurants, the owner of fast food restaurants Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s. Opponents of the selection point out he has pushed for amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Transportation secretary: Elaine Chao was labor secretary under former President George W. Bush and assistant secretary of transportation under President George H.W. Bush. She is the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
Small Business Administration administrator: Linda McMahon was the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. She ran for the Senate in Connecticut in 2010 and 2012, and was a Trump fundraiser.
What goes around…
Politics – The Daily Caller
Kentucky’s Elliott County was established in 1869.
In every election since that time Elliott County has voted for the Democrat candidate.
Until this year when they voted for Donald J. Trump.
Trump won the county 70-26.
Elliott County had voted for the Democratic Party’s nominee in every presidential election since it was formed in 1869, up until the 2016 presidential election when it voted 70-26 in favor of Donald Trump. This was the longest streak of any county voting Democratic in the United States. It was also the last Southern rural county to have never to vote for a Republican in any Presidential election until 2016. (Wikipedia)
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This is very concerning…
Republican strategist and Trump supporter Ed Rollins said former GOP Chairman Reince Priebus is filling the Trump White House with GOP insiders.
Ed Rollins: Historically when the party picks a nominee the nominee goes in and takes over the Republican Party. Certainly the White House takes over and runs the national committee.
Lou Dobbs: Let me stop you. The White House takes over.
Ed Rollins: That’s the point I’m going to make. It seems to me we have the RNC now taking over the White House. And that’s my concern. For Priebus to say I’m going to pick the person who’s going to replace me after being there for seven or eight years because I don’t want to undo the things that are done. I just don’t think it’s a very good thing. And I think a lot of his people now are going to the White House. At least, that’s what I’m hearing as opposed to people in the Trump campaign. There was no one more visual, no one more symbolic than Rudy Giuliani. Newt Gingrich was another who was very symbolic who are on the outside… The three most obvious advocates of this president are all outsiders now.
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