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Even WaPo Rejects Negative Demo 
Spin on Good Economy
Thomas Gallatin  
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House GOP Releasing Russiagate Transcripts – 
What We Know So Far
by uspoliticsandnews.com:  Now that the GOP has lost control of the House and former Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) has retired from Congress... you have to wonder how much the guy was covering for the Justice Department for the past two years. Now that Goodlatte is out of the way and Trey Gowdy (R-SC) has also retired, Georgia Congressman Doug Collins (R-GA) is the Ranking Member of the minority Republicans on the Judiciary Committee – and he has been tearing the swamp to pieces. Collins has now publicly released three separate private transcripts of key players in the soft coup against President Trump. Here’s what we know so far. First, Bruce Ohr – a career prosecutor at the Department of Justice – inserted himself into the chain of evidence custody in the Russian collusion conspiracy. Ohr had a professional relationship that dates back more than a decade with former British spy Christopher Steele, the man hired by Fusion GPS and ultimately the scumbag/liar-Clinton campaign to dig up “Russian dirt” on Donald Trump. Steele gave physical evidence in the form of documents and a thumb drive although we should call it “evidence” with air quotes to Ohr, who then handed the evidence to the FBI. Prosecutors aren’t supposed to be in the chain of custody when it comes to evidence in a potential criminal case. Steele should have delivered his information directly to the FBI. Ohr knows this as a career prosecutor, but in the scumbag/liar-nObama Justice Department’s zeal to “get Trump,” they threw all legal protocol out the window...
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Christopher Steele ADMITS He Based His Entire Dossier on Unverified ONLINE COMMENTS
by americanlibertyreport.com:  Transcripts of the closed door deposition of Christopher Steele, the former British spy, reveals he used online comments from a now-defunct CNN website as his major source... to compile his infamous “Trump dossier.” According to the transcripts, Steele used a website called CNN iReport to back up his wild anti-Trump theories for his 2009 dossier. He now claims he “wasn’t aware” the information he found on the site was an online community forum, and that poster’s comments had not been “checked for accuracy.” A web archive described the site, “iReport.com is a user-generated site. That means the stories submitted by users are not edited, fact-checked, or screened before they post.” During deposition,  questionnaires pressed Steele as to the methods he used to verify allegations made about Webzilla, the source believed to be used by Russia to hack into Democratic emails. When asked if he found anything of significance concerning Webzilla, Steele replied, “We did. It was an article I have got here which was posted on July 28, 2009, on something called CNN iReport.” Steele seems surprised during that deposition that the site he used as the basis for his dossier was not produced by CNN reporters. When asked, ““Do you understand that they have no connection to any CNN reporters?” Steele replied, “I do not.”...
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Big problem facing the Green New Deal: 
A lack of power lines to deliver wind and solar
by Josh Siegel
{washingtonexaminer.com} ~ The Green New Deal would require an overhaul of the transmission lines that deliver wind and solar power, a major logistical obstacle to the progressive plan for radically revamping the economy... to address climate change. The Green New Deal's plan to ramp up federal funding for wind and solar to reach 100 percent renewable or clean electricity won't be sufficient without addressing transmission lines, which often meet political opposition at the local, not federal, level. The Green New Deal resolution proposed by Rep. commie-Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., does not explicitly mention transmission lines, although it does call generally for major repairs and upgrades to the nation’s infrastructure.“It's not getting enough attention from policymakers,” said Rob Gramlich, president of Grid Strategies LLC. “People often want to believe the myth you can get to high renewable energy without transmission networks. Unfortunately, that is not going to work.” Transmission lines are critical to transporting electricity from places, typically rural areas, that have an abundance of wind or solar to consumers in population centers that don’t generate significant renewable electricity. “There are major areas of the country where we have significant wind and solar resources that cannot reach market,” said Jeff Dennis, managing director and general counsel of Advanced Energy Economy...
Will Saudi Arabia Leave the Seventh Century?
by Judith Bergman
{gatestoneinstitute.org} ~ Eleven women are on trial in Saudi Arabia this week, charged with lobbying for women's right to drive and for abolishing the system of male guardianship over women... Under the male guardianship system, Saudi women are still treated as legal minors. They are assigned a male guardian, who has to  approve their applying for a passport, travelling outside the country, studying abroad on a government scholarship, getting married, leaving prison, or even exiting a shelter for abuse victims, according to the BBC. The male guardianship system drew renewed international attention in January, when a young Saudi woman, Rahaf Mohammed, barricaded herself in a hotel room in Bangkok, and said that her family would have her imprisoned if she returned to Saudi Arabia. She eventually found asylum in Canada. The 11 women were arrested in May 2018, just one month before the Saudi regime finally granted its female citizens the right to ask their male guardian if they may apply for a driver's license. The women have been imprisoned for 10 months without access to legal counsel, and only learned of the charges against them when they were recently brought before the Criminal Court of Riyadh. According to the Wall Street Journal, prosecutors charged the women activists, who include Loujain al-Hathloul, Iman al-Nafjan, Aziza al-Yousef, Amal al-Harbi, Dr. Ruqayyah al-Mharib, Nouf Abdulziaz, Maya'a al-Zahrani, Shadan al-Anezi, Dr. Abir Namankni, Dr. Hatoon al-Fassi and another female activist, with having broken Saudi law, "By taking foreign money to work against the kingdom and communicated with an enemy country and enemy media"...
CAIR Loses a Round in San Diego 
to MEF-Funded Lawsuit
by meforum.org:  The Council on American-Islamic Relation's (CAIR) ubiquitous presence in the San Diego Unified School District is over, thanks in part to the Middle East Forum... A settlement in the federal lawsuit against the District, substantially funded by MEF, ends the District's "anti-Islamophobia initiative," which: singled out Muslim students for special protections; and empowered Islamist CAIR to change the District's curriculum to portray Islam more favorably. The District enacted its initiative in 2017 at the behest of CAIR, which claimed that "Islamophobia" was sweeping through schools after the November 2016 elections. According to the Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund – which brought the lawsuit on behalf of five San Diego families – CAIR activists were teaching schoolchildren "how to become allies to Muslim students" and conducting Islamic education workshops for teachers, among other inequities. Under the terms of the court settlement...  https://www.meforum.org/58012/cair-loses-round-mef-funded-lawsuit?u...
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Even WaPo Rejects Negative Demo Spin on
Good Economy
Thomas Gallatin:  In a surprising bit of actual journalism, The Washington Post published an article   today calling out Democrats for their fallacious attempts to spin good economic news as somehow bad. While the Post pulled away from its usual practice of awarding “Pinocchios” to establish the degree of a falsehood uttered by a politician — maybe in an effort to soften the criticism — the article was critical of three leading Democrat presidential candidates and their fallacious statements on the economy.

The particular economic talking point several Democrats have recently and regularly asserted — and that has the Post crying foul — is the claim that the historically low unemployment numbers are hiding a nasty reality. And what is this nasty reality? Well, according to lowlife-Kamala Harris, commie-Bernie Sanders, and socialist-Beto O'Rourke, the number of Americans forced to work two or three jobs just to make ends meet has increased under President Donald Trump.

lowlife-Harris uses personal anecdotes in spinning her yarn, as she carefully seeks to avoid making any direct assertions. commie-Sanders works his spin by removing context that would otherwise undermine his entire argument. socialist-O'Rourke sites a notoriously unreliable data type, the self-selected survey, as the basis for his claim that “half” of teachers work “a second or third job just to put food on the table.” In fact, the U.S. Education Department’s most recent nationally representative sample survey finds that only 17% of teachers in the South and 18% across the rest of the nation work a second job. They do, after all, have summers off of school.

The fact is that the number of Americans working two or more jobs has actually decreased under Trump. The Post reports, “There are almost 156 million people with jobs. But only 251,000 people had two full-time jobs in February [2019], compared with 343,000 in February 2018, according to BLS. That’s a decline of more than 25 percent. Another 4.5 million had both a full-time job and a part-time job, while nearly 2 million were juggling part-time jobs.” In total, there are approximately 7.8 million Americans working more than one job. Sanders is technically correct when he references millions of Americans working multiple jobs, but he fails to note that this represents only 5% of working Americans.

Furthermore, who’s to say why they are working multiple jobs? It was under Barack scumbag/liar-nObama that many Americans were forced into working multiple jobs due to scumbag/liar-nObamaCare, which mandated employers provide medical insurance to employees who worked 30 or more hours a week. As a result, many Americans found their hours cut below the scumbag/liar-nObamaCare threshold because employers couldn’t afford that massive new expense. Thus, workers were often forced to get a second job. (Thanks scumbag/liar-nObama.) Trump, on the other hand, has worked to cut back on government regulations, which in turn has freed up employers and boosted the American economy. Spinning Trump’s economic record as bad is simply dishonest. And even the Post admits it.  ~The Patriot Post

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TRUMP ->  WHY DOES ANTIFA NEVER ATTACK BIKERS FOR TRUMP?

President insults leftists during social media summit

The president made reference to the Antifa attack on gay Asian journalist Andy Ngo in Portland last month.

“Do you ever notice they pick on certain people?” asked Trump.

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"Did you ever notice they don't come after Bikers For  Trump?"@realDonaldTrump calls out ANTIFA for the wussies that they are.

“He would tell you he’s not the toughest person physically in the world – they don’t go after Bikers For Trump, you ever notice that, they don’t go after our construction workers who love us, they don’t go after the police,” he added.

Trump went on to further insult far-leftists, joking, “They live in the basement of their mom’s home,” while asserting that they all had skinny arms.

“But they have the black masks on and they have sticks, they hit people in the face, in the head.”

“But you ever notice Antifa’s never there when we have a bikers rally….they’re never around, they’re always there when you have a single guy protesting in front of a school,” said Trump.

Trump then made reference to his administration’s move to withdraw federal funding from educational institutions that don’t allow free speech on campus.

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