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RINO McCain Betrays Trump AGAIN!

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Air Force Vet Says What So Many Feel About Antifa Defender Paul Ryan: “Why do you legitimize domestic terrorism by not calling it what it is?”

An Air Force veteran has slammed Speaker of the House Paul Ryan for defending Antifa, the violent Alt-Left group that has been responsible for innumerable violent assaults on Trump supporters.

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Two days after the violence in Charlottesville, Ryan posted a Facebook update in which he lashed out at Donald Trump for saying that both sides were responsible for violent unrest.

“There are no sides,” wrote Ryan. “There is no other argument. We will not tolerate this hateful ideology in our society.”

Infowars reports,

Ryan has failed to condemn Antifa despite the group’s many violent attacks on Trump supporters, the vast majority of whom are not neo-nazis or white supremacists.

An anonymous Air Force veteran has responded with a powerful letter which warned Ryan that Trump supporters were perfectly willing to vote him out of office.

“After all the times you’ve seen Antifa attack people who were peacefully demonstrating, how can you call them anything but what they are – domestic terrorists?” asked the vet.

“This weekend in Berkeley is a classic example of the MANY times Antifa has attacked conservatives. Why do you legitimize domestic terrorism by not calling it what it is?” the letter continues.

The veteran goes on to assert that Trump supporters will abandon the Republican Party en masse if the GOP continues to undermine the MAGA agenda.

“We are here sir, and we are watching you. Don’t think for a moment that we the people will continue to allow you and your ilk to lie, cheat, and steal from us. We’re tired of it. We won’t take Antifa’s and the Alt-Left’s path and resort to violence. No. We’ll stop opening our wallets for your campaigns, and we’ll cast our votes elsewhere. That’s what will really get our point across.”

“MAGA is indeed bigger than the president, but we still love him and stand behind him 100%. Donald Trump has become the champion of the people, people like me. And there are tens of millions of us. Tread carefully, Mr. Speaker,” the letter concludes.

Meanwhile, Paul Nehlen, who is challenging Ryan in the Republican primary, called the Speaker of the House a “coward” for failing to condemn Alt-Left violence.

“What he is doing is working to further divide the country so that he can keep his hands on the levers of power. People aren’t buying what Ryan is selling in terms of this fake narrative that there is only one side to the violence,” said Nehlen.

Here’s Who Could Replace McConnell As Senate Majority Leader

Fox News Host Tells Lindsey Graham to ‘Shut Up’ About Russia Investigation

by Jack Davis

Fox News host Eric Bolling’s weariness at a senator who continues to focus on the investigation into unproven allegations of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign finally resulted in him expressing on live television that he wished the senator would “just shut up.”

This time, the subject of Bolling’s ire was not directed at a Democrat, but at Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who has often been opposed to President Donald Trump’s agenda ever since the president took office.

“Can Lindsey Graham just shut up and let the investigation go?” Bolling asked Tuesday on the Fox News show Outnumbered.

“He’s the first one in all the time,” Bolling said.

Bolling’s point was that as long as Republicans, who hold the majority on all congressional committees, keep calling hearings on Russia-related matters, they allow a narrative pushed by the Democrats to dominate the news,

White House Fingers John McCain As Media Leak; Believes U.S. Senator Eavesdropped on Trump’s Classified Phone

This could be the beginning of the end for embattled Sen. John McCain’s life in politics. According to White House officials, McCain is believed to have somehow gained access to the content of President Donald Trump’s private, classified telephone calls with world leaders. And he isn’t keeping quiet about what was talked about either.

An analysis of McCain’s recent public statements by White House officials, coupled with information from intelligence personnel working with the Trump administration, paints a disturbing picture for McCain — or any elected U.S. politician. Officials believe the senator has inside knowledge of a number of President Trump’s telephone conversations, including at least one conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Even more alarming, officials believe McCain is secretly sharing this sensitive information with colleagues and his cabal of friendly mainstream media journalists in a dangerous clandestine campaign to damage Trump’s presidency even before it has a chance to succeed. Trump has been searching for media rats in the Beltway in recent weeks. White House aides are confident they have now outed one of the major leaks plaguing the early days of the Trump presidency. To everyone’s surprise, it is a senior senator supposedly belonging to the same side of the political aisle as the president.

McCain has been lambasting Trump to anyone and everyone who will listen since the newly minted president’s inauguration. This includes a Russian comedian who pranked McCain posing as Ukraine Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman. Even during that troubling conversation, where McCain shared sensitive U.S. intelligence with an imposter, White House aides said McCain unknowingly exposed himself as having inside knowledge of Trump’s telephone conversations.

“He has been given transcripts or actually listened to the calls and is sharing what he has heard,” an administration insider said. “There is no doubt. He is one of the major leaks.”

Just last week, True Pundit published a troubling account of how a Russian comedian duped McCain, the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. McCain incredibly even coached the phone-prankster-posing Prime Minister on joining NATO.

This audio recording of the phone call is absolutely incredible.

It’s time for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to determine the level McCain’s involvement and just how many laws he has broken.

HAVE YOU NO SHAME?

Throughout the six months of Trump’s embattled presidency one can only be struck by the failure of anti-Trumpers, both left and right, to acknowledge that a judgment of theirs may have been too hasty, not to say embarrassingly wrong. Yet to those not gripped by anti-Trump passions it seems obvious that there have been many such instances where second thoughts were in order.

For example, anti-Trumpers across the spectrum claimed during the campaign and even after his inauguration that he was an “isolationist,” that he would abandon NATO and turn his back on half a century of American commitments to Europe’s defense. But six months into his presidency, Trump has done the opposite. He has affirmed Article 5 of the NATO charter, and has actually strengthened the alliance by shaming its members into meeting the monetary obligations they had shirked for decades. Further, he has inspired an extension of the alliance mandate to oppose terrorism rather than just attacks by sovereign states. These indisputable achievements refute the canard that Trump is incompetent, over his head, and therefore a danger to national security. They should warrant both an apology for the error, and praise for his achievement. But no such reappraisal has been forthcoming.

An equally damning slander has been the accusation that he is “anti-Muslim,” a bigotry that makes him unfit for the office and also threatens American security. According to his detractors, Trump’s anti-Muslim attitudes reveal him to be a dangerous ignoramus and “incompetent fool,” oblivious of the fact that to win the war against ISIS America needs to build a coalition of Muslim countries in the Middle East, not alienate them. Again, this is seen as confirmation of the view that Trump is unfit for the office he holds, and a candidate for early impeachment.

But now Trump has traveled to the heart of the Arabian peninsula to hold an unprecedented meeting with the leaders of 55 Muslim states. He has undone Obama’s disastrous entente with Iran – the chief sponsor of terrorism in the Middle East – and forged a Muslim coalition to further American goals in the region. He has created a military alliance of Muslim states pledged to provide 34,000 troops for the anti-terrorist campaign, and he has urged them to break with extremist versions of Islam. This initiative has led directly to a break in relations between Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States on the one hand, and Qatar – the chief funder of Hamas and similar terrorist entities – on the other. Does this achievement not merit serious second thoughts from Democrat and Republican resisters to his presidency? Apparently not. Hatred for Trump is so irrational that it still over-rides concerns for party, principles and country.

Consider also the most frequent lie about Trump – the claim that he himself is an extraordinary and inveterate liar, somehow even worse than his predecessor or his defeated electoral rival. But the “lies” Trump is accused of telling fall mainly into the category of opinions over which the left differs with him, or the exaggerations of a salesman who makes off-the-cuff claims without bothering to check the facts (not the same thing as a lie proper). The most memorable case of such over-reach seems to be his claim that he lost the popular vote to Hillary because of voter fraud committed by illegal aliens. Since no one can seriously claim that voter fraud is non-existent, the “lie” consists in the number of fraudulent votes – three million or so – that Trump seems to have plucked out of the air. Obviously, Trump doesn’t know that there were three million fraudulent votes cast in the 2016 election. But neither do his critics know there weren’t, since there has never been a national survey of voter fraud, while Democrats have done everything in their power to prevent a system of voter identification from being put in place. In other words, both sides are sustained by unsubstantiated claims, although it is Trump alone who has proposed to settle the argument through a new commission that will look into voter fraud across the fifty states.

Trump has never been accused of telling a lie with the life-altering consequences of Obama’s claim that “ISIS is on the run and al-Qaeda is on the path to defeat,” or that the Benghazi attack was over a video, or that you can keep your doctor if you like him. These led to electoral victories, complacency in the face of terrorist attacks and massive legislative programs. Nor has Trump lied to the FBI, the Congress and the American people about the existence of classified documents which he exposed to America’s enemies, as Clinton has.

I don’t expect that there will be apologies forthcoming for these injustices to Trump – and therefore to the American people whose security depends on him. At least not anytime soon. The campaign to sabotage and overthrow the Trump presidency through slanders will continue. And its modus operandi will remain unchanged: Whenever Trump is attacked by anti-Trump Democrats and Republicans, he himself will be held responsible for the attacks, “his own worst enemy.” Whenever a blow is delivered to his presidency – and through his presidency to the American people – “he brought it on himself.”

Graham and McCain Need to Get A Grip

While the rest of the Republican Party is busy celebrating the Make America Great Again movement and hoping for good things to come out of the Trump era, Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain can apparently not come to terms with the new direction of the conservative movement. Every time they get in front of a microphone, we can only conclude that they would have been much happier with President Hillary.

Last week, it was McCain’s turn to tell our friends in Germany that Trump’s ideas were not those of America. This week, he’s letting Graham take the lead with an uncalled for assault on the new White House budget proposal. Graham told reporters, “It’s not going to happen. It would be a disaster.”

Speaking specifically to the cuts to the State Department’s foreign aid budget, Graham said the budget was “dead on arrival.”

“A budget this lean would put those who serve overseas for the State Department at risk,” said Graham. “And it’s not going to happen.”

In the proposal, Trump called for $54 billion in spending reductions in conjunction with an equivalent increase in military funding. The cuts would take a significant amount of annual funding away from the State Department and the EPA.

Graham is not alone in criticizing the budget proposal. Marco Rubio tweeted: “Foreign aid is not charity. We must make sure it is well spent, but it is less than 1% of budget & critical to our national security.”

Let’s be clear: We’re not necessarily in disagreement with Rubio and Graham on this point. And it’s a point that Trump himself occasionally downplays or seems to miss, which is that most of what America does overseas in terms of “charity” or military aid is done for us, not the country in question. Or, in more generous terms, it serves both purposes.

But let’s also come back to reality: The White House budget seldom looks anything like the final version passed by Congress, so it’s not like these Republicans should feel pressured to come out with this kind of knee-jerk reaction. In many years, Congress barely even pays any attention to the president’s budget. That’s their right. They are Congress. They hold the keys to the kingdom.

So knowing that, what made it so urgent for Graham and Rubio to once again loudly and publicly disagree with the Republican president? We have the Democratic Party on the verge of total and complete internal collapse, and you think that this is a good time to have a slapfight over foreign aid? Wake up!

Which GOP Candidate is Anti-Gun, Pro-Amnesty and Pro-Common Core

Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio, speaks at the Republican Leadership Summit Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Gov. John Kasich, R-Ohio, speaks at the Republican Leadership Summit Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

This is what I’d like to call a Public Service Announcement to Republicans in the primary states still waiting to vote. Of the four candidates left in the GOP field, which one is the only candidate who can say that they are: anti-gun, pro-amnesty and pro-Common Core?

If you answered Ohio Governor John Kasich (R-OH), you are correct!

The very funny and well-informed Tim Young recently released the personal, heartfelt note that President Bill Clinton once sent over to (then) Rep. John Kasich (R-OH). In the note he thanked Kasich for his support of the anti-liberty “Assault Weapons Ban” and acknowledged how Kasich’s willingness to join the Democrats was greatly appreciated.

Hey @JohnKasich, you left this awesome Bill Clinton letter off your ‘Defending the Second Amendment’ policy webpage. pic.twitter.com/04ZsZI7Vr8

— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) March 12, 2016

But don’t forget, Kasich doesn’t just hate the 2nd Amendment. He’s also a big fan of the monstrous government takeover of our education system. In fact, Kasich believes that all of that supposed Common Core opposition is just a “runaway Internet campaign.”

@TimRunsHisMouth @kjewellcook @JohnKasich Kasich has a Common Core and ObamaCare expansion problem also. pic.twitter.com/Q0adLUiKlO

— Norsu (@Norsu2) March 12, 2016

Now John Kasich is committing what Marco Rubio 
79%
(R-FL) has learned is the unpardonable sin of the 2016 election… supporting immigration reform that includes amnesty. Here are just a few examples of Kasich admitting he supports amnesty for illegals:

“For the 11 and a half million who are here, then in my view if they have not committed a crime since they’ve been here, they get a path to legalization. Not to citizenship. I believe that program can pass the Congress in the first 100 days,” Kasich said.

“For those that are here that have been law abiding, God bless them,” Kasich said—arguing that illegals “should have a path to legalization.”

“They’re just good people. They’re made in the image of the Lord, and you know, there’s a big element of compassion connected to how we treat people who are trying to find a way to a better life.”

Breitbart has many more such examples.

I guess the overriding point is this. Of all the candidates left, the one who least deserves your support for President is John Kasich.

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