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NoKo Threatens to Cancel Summit, 
but Will China Let It? 
by Thomas Gallatin
Gohmert Not Holding His Breath for DOJ 
to Provide Info on Comey Leak-Mate Richman
{ } ~ Rep Louie Gohmert is asked about demands by two committee chairmen, Goodlatte and Gowdy... for information from the DOJ and FBI as to just what was Comey’s leaker buddy Daniel Richman’s real status at the FBI. The pair of committee chairman, who are often in a supportive posture to the obstructionists at DOJ, occupying positions where true bulldogs like the Gowdy of old and the Devin Nunes of today would actually be able to get results, have sought disclosure of the nature of Richman’s employment at the FBI. The questions cited by host Melissa Francis include his “responsibilities, his security level status, who hired him, the degree of access he had to the FBI and DOJ, communications, documents, performance reviews, and any records. She asks, “What do you expect to see there?” Gohmert replies, “Well, we want to find out what his role there really was. Apparently he was leaker-in-chief, as Comey said he didn’t consider what he gave to his ‘leaker person,’ the ‘special person’ leaking, but he’s going to find out – he’s violating the law, he’s violating regulations.”...
White House Eliminates A Top Cybersecurity Post
{ } ~ President Donald Trump’s administration has officially eliminated its top cybersecurity post at the behest of new national security adviser John Bolton... according to a Politico report published Tuesday. The executive dismissal comes a week after Politico first reported Bolton was highly considering removing the White House role of cyber policy adviser. The move is reportedly part of a larger maneuver to “streamline authority” for the leadership of the national security council teams. Virginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner perceived initial reports of Bolton cutting out the post as a danger since attacks on virtual systems on both America’s private and public sectors appear to be increasing either in intensity, prevalence, or both...
Larry Kudlow Defying Critics, Cleaning House
by Paul Ingrassia } ~ Larry Kudlow, who took over as director of the National Economic Council (NEC) after Gary Cohn's departure last month... is so far demonstrating extraordinary leadership in being able to reconcile the disparate factions within the Trump administration, all the while promoting growth-centered policies that would only strengthen an economy already in its best shape in years. Naturally, Mr. Kudlow's transition to his current role was made easier by inheriting an economy rejuvenated by one of the largest across-the-board tax cuts and reforms in modern American history. Unemployment has reached its lowest point in nearly two decades; wages are up categorically; a moribund manufacturing sector is beginning to show signs of wholesale recovery; and labor participation, though still a far cry from where it should be, is nonetheless moving in a positive direction. These measures, coupled with the continued slashing of regulations that in large part artificially retarded the liar-nObama economy from making a full bounce back, speak volumes to the power of free-market and pro-growth policies.  To his credit, Mr. Kudlow in his short duration as NEC director has already put forth a slew of additional proposals – including a second round of tax cuts that could make permanent some of the measures of the tax reform bill, the administration's crowning legislative achievement to date, such as business investment incentives and further reductions in personal income tax... 
Jihadi Cult Member Files to Run for Congress 
{ } ~ A member of Muslims of the Americas (MOA), an Islamist hate group that cultishly follows a jihadist cleric in Pakistan... is running for Congress in Alaska. He is the second member of MOA to announce a congressional run this year, following  Tahirah Amatul-Wadud in Massachusetts. In 2016, Gregory “Shoaib” Jones was a delegate for Senator commie-Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention and ran for the Alaska state House in District 8. His deep involvement with MOA was exposed by the Clarion Project at the time, triggering a statewide controversy. Now, Jones is running for Congress  and styling himself as a progressive interfaith leader. If Jones wins the Democratic primary for the at-large congressional district, he will face Republican Rep. Don Young in the general election. The group that Greg Jones belongs to is led by a terror-linked cleric in Pakistan named Sheikh Mubarak Ali Gilani. It claims to have 22 “Islamic villages” in America, including its “Islamberg” headquarters...
The Top 7 Media Lies About The Gaza Violence
by Jeff Dunetz
{ } ~ Horribly while the celebration of the American embassy was happening a long-promised violent Hamas protest was also happening... Israeli warnings for the protesters not to rush the border fence which included dropping flyers area and IDF soldiers were forced to protect their country. According to the Palestinian Authority, more than 58 were killed, and over two thousand were injured, almost like a human sacrifice to Hamas terrorism. Creating their own narrative, the mainstream media as well as our supposed European allies blamed the violence on the embassy move and accused a disproportionate response. Well not all of Europe, France heard there was gunfire somewhere in the world and immediately surrendered. To back up their anti-Israel agenda, the media is not being truthful about the Gaza violence, not all of it but surely elements within most mainstream media vehicles. Even Fox News which claims to be “fair and balanced” has people like Shepard Smith telling lies, or someone on Outnumbered on Tuesday claiming that Israel doesn’t believe in the two-state solution, another lie I was listening on the radio and can’t tell who it was...Shepard Smith is a libitard. 

NoKo Threatens to Cancel Summit, but Will China Let It? 

by Thomas Gallatin:  Predictably, North Korea pulled out of ongoing talks with South Korea yesterday as well as threatened to cancel the upcoming summit between dictator Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump in Singapore next month. Why? Ostensibly because of annual U.S.-South Korea military drills. North Korean state-run media reported, “This exercise targeting us, which is being carried out across South Korea, is a flagrant challenge to the Panmunjom Declaration and an intentional military provocation running counter to the positive political development on the Korean Peninsula. The United States will also have to undertake careful deliberations about the fate of the planned North Korea-U.S. summit in light of this provocative military ruckus jointly conducted with the South Korean authorities.” This announcement runs counter to earlier reports that Kim did not object to the military exercise. However, it’s worth noting that North Korea’s language condemning the annual military exercises is significantly more reserved than in prior years.

             Truth be told, this moving of the goalposts is nothing new for the rogue nation. Kim’s primary goal is to maintain his grip on power, while at the same time working to relieve the extremely debilitating effects of the U.S.-led international sanctions. He is now angling for concessions from the U.S. ahead of any deal. It’s the classic bait-and-switch play. China, while understandably desiring to avoid any real possibility of war in its region, still wants to maintain its North Korean puppet as a bargaining chip, which it can regularly rattle for its own geopolitical aims.
               But do these reports signal that the highly anticipated summit talks are essentially over or for naught? Not at all. The two countries that have the most to lose should the summit collapse are North Korea and, even more significantly, China. Trump has kept the pressure on China by continuing to threaten increased tariffs should China not concede to playing fair with trade, while at the same time he has offered juicy carrots such as a willingness to reexamine the U.S.‘s export ban on ZTE issued last month. The ban will have a massively crippling effect on the Chinese telecom giant, as last year alone ZTE imported over $2 billion worth of components from U.S. companies.
               So while Kim would love to play the same old game North Korea’s leaders have always played, proclaiming their willingness to turn from their threatening ways in exchange for sanctions relief and economic benefits only to later renege, China is unlikely to let Kim play the old charade this time if doing so provokes even more of Trump’s trade squeeze. In the meantime, expect to hear continued rumblings and threats to cancel from North Korea right up until the summit occurs.  

~The Patriot Post

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 Dem Governor Threatens Trump: “Something’s Got To Happen To This Guy… He’s Sabotaging The World Order”

“If we don’t get rid of him, he’s going to undermine America and even the world.”

Another Democrat has called for ‘something to happen’ to President Trump in order to save the democratic process in America.

California Gov. Jerry Brown made the comments during an appearance on MSNBC, while discussing the death toll during hurricanes last year in Puerto Rico.

“Well, the problem is, we never had a president who was engaged in this kind of behavior,” Brown declared.

“I mean he’s not telling the truth. He keeps changing his mind. He’s sabotaging the world order in many respects.” the Governor claimed.

“So it’s unprecedented, it’s dangerous, and hopefully this election is going to send a strong message to the country,” he continued.

“The Democrats will win and then Trump — well, something’s got to happen to this guy, because if we don’t get rid of him, he’s going to undermine America and even the world.” Brown urged.

The tacit threat comes in the wake of Maxine Waters encouraging anti-Trumpers to “knock off” the President.

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