Feb 282017
 

There are some people out there that know exactly why Donald Trump was elected. Apparently British Member of Parliament Nigel Evans is one of them.

During the British Petitions Committee Debate on President Trump’s State Visit to the UK, Nigel Evans defended President Trump, pointing out the irony of Mr. Trump being condemned for actually delivering on his promises, how there is no evidence to support the charge that he is a racist, how condemning Mr. Trump would be also condemning the 61 million United States people that voted for him.

Mr. Evans also points out that if the American people wanted the usual stuff (Hillary Clinton/ establishment) that it was on the ballot and the people decided against it and in favor of Donald Trump.

Sit back and enjoy his passionate defense of President Trump and the American voters!

After protests and petitions against President Donald Trump’s invitation for a state visit to the United Kingdom this year from Prime Minister Theresa May, Welsh members of Parliament debated the issue Monday.

Paul Flynn said the U.K. should “set an example” by not allowing the Trump visit.

“We’ve had people here who are very unsavory characters,” Flynn said, according to the BBC. “Certainly we can’t try to imitate the errors of the past, we should set an example by making sure we don’t make those mistakes again.”

But Nigel Evans, a conservative member of Parliament, stood up and blasted opponents of the Trump visit.

“For those who find it difficult to understand that the American people voted for Donald Trump, get over it because he’s president of the United States,” Evans said.

He added that “we have to ask ourselves why is it that people felt so left behind that they made the democratic decisions that they have” and then compared last year’s Brexit vote to the Trump election.

“Just like we had the forgotten people in United Kingdom, there are the forgotten people in the United States of America,” Evans continued. “We may not like some of the things that he says, and I certainly don’t like some of the things that he’s said in the past, but I do respect the fact that he stood on a platform which he is now delivering. He’s going to go down in history as being roundly condemned for being the only politician to deliver on his promises.”

Evans added that he’s seen “no evidence” that Trump is “racist” — which drew a number of gasps in the crowd — and that attacks on Trump are, in effect, attacks on “the American people.”

“If they wanted more of the same or the ‘usual stuff,’ well that was on the ballot paper,” he said. “But they decided by the majority of states in the Electoral College, as it works, that they wanted Donald Trump.”
 

Joke Of The Day: Telling the Truth

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Feb 282017
 
Rubber Chicken Being a teenager and getting a tattoo seem to go hand and hand these days. I wasn’t surprised when one of my daughter’s friends showed me a delicate little Japanese symbol on her hip. “Please don’t tell my parents,” she begged.

“I won’t,” I promised. “You’re 18 now, so I guess it’s your choice. By the way, what does that stand for?”

“Honesty,” she said.

 

 

 

Illegal Fundraiser For The Clintons Made A Secret Tape Because He Feared For His Life

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Feb 272017
 
Johnny Chung, once convicted of illegally funneling money to the Clintons, made a now-public “tell all” video to be distributed in the event he suffered an untimely death.
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Johnny Chung testifying in front of Congress at the height of the “Chinagate” scandal.

Of the many scandals to have marred Bill Clinton’s eight-years in office, “Chinagate” was perhaps one of the most well-known involving shady dealings between the Clintons and foreign governments as hundreds of thousands of dollars were funneled directly to the Democratic National Committee from China’s military intelligence agency. The illegal fund-raising, incidentally, coincided with Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign.

An intimate photo of Johnny Chung and the Clintons, signed by Hillary.

An intimate photo of Johnny Chung and the Clintons, signed by Hillary.

At the time, a Chinese-American businessman at the center of the scandal, Johnny Chung, decided to cooperate with federal investigators at the Department of Justice, but soon began to fear for his life. As a type of “insurance” for his privileged information regarding the crimes of the U.S.’ most politically powerful families, Chung decided to make a “tell all” video after a former government official who visited Chung while he was in hiding. The official told Chung that his “odds of survival actually increased by going public.” Chung kept the existence of the video secret for years, smuggling it to his friends and family with detailed instructions for its release in the event he was assassinated. Though Chung’s current whereabouts are officially unknown, he is said to still be alive and living in China.

The video, released to the public by the UK’s Daily Mail, was obtained by author and historian David Wead, who is currently working on a book tracing Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 bid for the presidency as well as the Chinese government’s long-standing practice of buying political influence in the United States. According to Wead, Chung “received a friendly visit from a retired government official, friendly with the FBI, who perhaps felt guilty about the treatment Chung had been given after agreeing to come forward and tell the truth” and ultimately persuaded Chung to produce the video.

The contents of the video may come as a shock to some, though those who have followed the disappearances and “suspicious” deaths of Clinton insiders over the years may be less inclined to surprise. After Chung agreed to tell the truth and work with federal prosecutors, top Democrats worked tireless to silence him, pressuring him to keep quiet about his dealings with the Clintons by sending his attorney “veiled threats” urging Chung to plead the Fifth Amendment during his congressional testimony. Soon after, the threats continued to mount, quickly convincing Chung that he was becoming a target for assassination. The FBI were soon providing around-the-clock protection to both Chung and his family.

Yet, just a fews days prior to his scheduled appearance before a grand jury, the FBI abruptly called off Chung’s protection. In the video, Chung recounted the words of the FBI agent who informed him that his protection detail was a things of the past. “Mr. Chung your case is over,” the agent had said. “There is no more emergency, if you feel your life’s in danger, you just call 911.” The FBI’s remarks shocked both the probation officer and judge assigned to Chung’s case, considering that there had been three attempts made on his life while the FBI were protecting him. Chung then contacted his church and his pastor for protection, having no other options at his disposal.

Interestingly, Chung stated that one of the main reasons he feared for his life was the untimely death of Clinton commerce secretary Ron Brown. Brown, who had been deeply involved in arranging and selling seats on the Clinton administration’s trade missions to China, died suddenly in a plane crash in Croatia in 1996. The timing of Brown’s death led some to speculate that he was killed before he could go public with information on the illegal Chinese campaign contributions at the heart of the “Chinagate” scandal. David Abernethy, Chung’s friend who originally filmed the video, said that Chung had “knowledge of what happened to people such as Ron Brown,” though the video does not offer details regarding what Chung knew about Brown’s sudden death.

 
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The Faces Of These Protesters

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Feb 272017
 

Look deeply into the faces of these protesters. Look at their enthusiasm for the cause. Look at their signs. Not a single hand-made original thought. Each was handed a sign as they got off the bus, and collected their day’s pay for protesting.

We have won!

The Faces Of These Protesters

Look at the guy in the red shirt who wants a $15 minimum wage but also wants to let in illegals, who will work for far less than $15 an hour. Do they not see the irony? Oh, wait they’re just doing this for money.