Marco Rubio Proves Every Trump Scandal Story Wrong during Comey Hearing

While the FBI (and other intelligence agencies) should continue their investigations into what Russia may or may not have done during the 2016 campaign, every whiff of scandal surrounding the Trump administration should now be put to rest. On Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey was more open about the past few months than he has been at any point before today. The liberal media is focusing on the fact that Comey twice called President Trump a liar, but they’re ignoring the fact that Comey was saying Trump was lying about “why” Comey was fired. On every other aspect...

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Tucker’s nemesis tweets ‘revenge,’ but it backfires bigtime when folks notice disturbing tab on screenshot

Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald was thrust into the national limelight back in December when he got into a “nutty” exchange with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson over his bias toward President Donald Trump and he’s clearly holding a grudge since then. …but did his blind rage toward Carlson force a critical self-imposed error? Eichenwald went on a rambling one-sided Twitter rant Wednesday after noting that he saw Carlson mentioned him on his show the night before. In a series of tweets, he ripped into Carlson, stressing how nobody watches his show — 2.7 million people notwithstanding. At one point, Eichenwald tweeted a photo...

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ABC Omits Comey Testimony Exposing AG Lynch As Clinton Campaigner

In addition to his testimony about President Trump and the Russia investigation, former FBI Director James Comey testified on the suspicious actions of Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Thursday. Comey recalled how Lynch told him to refer to the Clinton e-mail investigation as something other than what it was. “I want to know, was she going to authorize us to confirm we had an investigation? And she said “yes, but don’t call it that. Call it a ‘matter,’” he told the Senate Intelligence Committee. When it came to the coverage from the Big Three Networks, ABC ignored it...

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Six-Day War Day 4 — Egypt and Jordan Defeated

Note: This is the third in our daily re-created coverage of the Six-Day War, which will run through Saturday, June 10. Prior posts: 50th Anniversary of Six-Day War: The Eve of War; Six-Day War Day 1 — War Begins; Six-Day War Day 2 — At the Gates of Jerusalem’s Old City; Six-Day War Day 3—“The Temple Mount is in Our Hands”. On this fourth day of the war pitting Israel against a coalition of Arab armies, the Jewish state has managed to avert near certain annihilation. Israel’s defense forces are now fully in control of Judea and Samaria (the West Bank)—important...

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Young Man Kills Himself After Taking Walk of Shame at Target

What some say is a routine policy at Target led to a young man’s suicide, one mother is claiming. Graham Gentles was forced to participate in the “walk of shame” while at work, and just three days later, he took his own life. Was Target to blame? Virginia Gentles has filed a lawsuit against Target, claiming that her son committed suicide after being humiliated by being forced into the “walk of shame” — a policy where an employee accused of stealing is placed in handcuffs, paraded around the store, and then taken into police custody. According to the lawsuit,...

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Initial thoughts on Comey’s testimony

Here are some of my takeaways from the Comey testimony (I missed most of it as it transpired, but have read the transcript). First, Comey’s testimony falls far short of presenting a case that President Trump obstructed justice. (More on this below). Second, that being so, the most important takeaway from Comey’s testimony is that Trump was never under investigation during Comey’s time as FBI director. Contrary to what many in the left-wing media are now claiming, this was a central anti-Trump talking point until now. Third, Comey says he took President Trump’s statements about the Flynn investigation as...

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Comey: NY Times report on Russian contacts with Trump campaign was mostly wrong (Update: Times responds)

Former FBI Director Comey said today that stories leaked to the media about the Russia investigation are often wrong because the people leaking the information don’t really understand what is going on. Under questioning from Sen. Tom Cotton, Comey even agreed one pivotal New York Times story on the topic was almost entirely wrong. The specific article Comey disputed was this one, published by the NY Times on February 14th. Titled “Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contacts With Russian Intelligence” the article suggested an opportunity for Trump campaign collusion with Russia, though it also said there was no proof of...

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They Still Can’t Stop Donald Trump

RUSH: The Dow Jones Industrial Average is at a new all-time high today. What does that tell you, ladies and gentlemen? It tells you they’re not paying any attention to this circus. If they thought… The Dow’s up 29.71 right now. NASDAQ’s up 16.57. If the markets thought there was anything to this — and, folks, this investigation was going to result in the falling apart of our country, that the Russians are taking over — people would be fleeing the markets in droves. The market is setting an all-time high today. Now, some of this may be arguable,...

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Restoring credibility? Trump’s slate of 11 judicial nominees could shake up courts

Whether former President Barack Obama transformed the country is an open question – but there’s no question he transformed the federal courts. For example, in the federal appeals courts, one level below the Supreme Court, Obama named about one-third of all judges presently sitting. Now it’s Donald Trump’s turn to transform the courts. With more than 120 openings on the federal bench, the White House has just announced a slate of 11 new judicial nominees. Court observers say the nominees will be a positive addition to the courts. TRUMP ADMINISTRATION ASKS SUPREME COURT TO LET REVISED TRAVEL BAN TAKE...

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Feds Raid Of Muslim’s Home Turns Up Final Stage Of Plan That Is America’s Worst Nightmare

The threat of a hostile adversary launching an attack on the United States receded after the response to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 – a response so thorough and devastating that no doubt could be left in the mind of any enemy that America would resist any country that dared it again. The operative word in that truth being “country,” with the obvious warning being that America might, in fact, be vulnerable to a takedown by more subtle means than an outright attack by a foreign power via a traditional military attack by air...

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Scott Presses On Foreign Policy, Continues Teeing Up Senatorial Run

Florida Governor Rick Scott continues moving forward with is expected 2018 US Senate run against Democratic Senator Bill Nelson, as he beefs up his foreign policy bona fides with a poignant op-ed that targets President Obama failed new “Cuba policy,” and the human rights atrocities that are occurring in Venezuela. The Cuban regime has propped up the late Hugo Sanchez, and now wholeheartedly supports current Venezuelan Dictator Nicholas Maduro. Maduro’s police is reported to be made up of Cubans, most like  from Castro’s oppressive security forces that were sent from Havana. Scott recently stood alongside Senator Marco Rubio to call...

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Charlotte Pride Parade Goes Fully Fascist, Dumps Trump Supporters From Marching

Liberals are constantly, and redundantly, reminding the world that they believe themselves to be the bastions of tolerance and understanding in America. For centuries, progressives and leftists alike have attempted to paint their political enemies as racist, sexist, bigoted, and intolerant in an effort to swing the national opinion against them.  It all began after the Civil War, as the left began a campaign to equate the south, and thusly conservatives, with the horrific practice of slavery.  They worked to achieve this perversion of perception by installing the erroneous message into the nation’s public education curriculums, and in the...

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Hannity calls out ‘low-rated’ Scarborough for an ‘embarrassing’ confession in BITTER Twitter war

The war of words between Fox News’ Sean Hannity and MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough was reignited as the two took to Twitter to continue firing at each other. Hannity called out “poor liberal Joe” and his Morning Joe co-host, and fiancee, Mika Brzezinski in a tweet Wednesday. The pair have been hostile critics of President Trump since the inauguration despite Scarborough’s past friendship with him. Poor liberal Joe and Mika continue their daily emotional meltdown. Hilarious video montage tonight at 10 on Hannity FNC https://t.co/WlGQKxfvfU — Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) June 7, 2017 Teasing a “hilarious video montage” on his show later that night,...

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Alt-Left Insanity: Wonder Woman Isn’t LGBTQ Or Black Enough for Libs

Note: Normal people might find some of this offensive. (We hope. Dear Lord, please!) I am woke, hear me snore no longer. This week’s column will be devoted to diversity, just like the left wants. We’ve got women. Heck, we’ve probably got womyn. Even super women. And who’s more super than Gal Gadot? Beautiful. Successful. Even filmed Wonder Woman while pregnant. She’s so amazing that an entire nation is boycotting her because she’s also an Israeli and even served in the Israeli Defense Force (as required). The movie, much like its namesake, is kicking butt. Wonder Woman has already...

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While you were focused on COMEY, Trump nominated another group of CONSERVATIVE Judges

“Liberal groups expressed dismay” It’s understandable why everyone is focused on The Greatest Show on Earth, the appearance of James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, June 8, 2017. But barring some surprise testimony not in Comey’s prepared statement, the hearing will merely confirm “bad” news for Trump already leaked to the press – none of which rises to the level of criminality. And there are some good aspects of the testimony, including that Trump was not personally under investigation and never asserted any type of interference in the Russia probe. While everyone was focused on Comey’s...

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UC Berkeley SUED For $23 Million over Abuse Against Conservatives on Campus

Are the days of the silent majority, staying silent over? Hopefully! I like that people are finally starting to take action against this fascism. In fact, all the people that got attacked should file a separate class action suit to bleed this idiotic organization dry. We just got word that a fan Milo Yiannopoulos is suing uc Berkeley for $23 million, and she is claiming it is due to routine abuse against conservative students on the university campus. She is claiming that her First Amendment rights were infringed when she was forced to evacuate due to Milo’s speech no-campus....

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James Comey, Novelist

James Comey has a story to tell, and in his account, there is no doubt about who is the hero. Comey, by reputation, has a monumental ego. His prepared testimony for the Senate Intelligence Committee, which you can read here, is consistent with that image. It is also clear that Comey is a consummate creature of Washington. Comey’s narrative suggests that from the beginning, he viewed President Trump with suspicion as an interloper in Comey’s D.C. world. He apparently never had a conversation with Trump without immediately documenting it in a memo and discussing it with his aides at...

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On your First Amendment rights to the President’s Twitter account

This seemed like one of the crazier complaints I’ve heard in a season of seemingly endless whining, but it’s showing up in so many media outlets that it’s become “a thing” now. There is apparently a move underway to stop the President of the United States from blocking any trolls on Twitter who become pests. The reason? It’s a violation of your First Amendment rights… or something. (LA Times) There may be no better window into President Trump’s mind than his prolific Twitter feed — an unvarnished digital log of what’s piquing the leader of the free world in...

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When YouTube banned me, but not the hate imams

Credit: Jawa Report When YouTube banned me, but not the hate imamsby Michelle MalkinCreators SyndicateCopyright 2017 One of the many maddening takeaways from the London Bridge jihad attack is this: If you post videos on YouTube radicalizing Muslim viewers to kill innocent people, YouTube will leave you alone. But if you post a video on YouTube honoring innocent people murdered by barbaric jihadists, your video will get banned. I know. It happened to me in 2006. Eleven years later, the selective censors at Google-YouTube still can’t competently distinguish terrorist hate speech from political free speech. Islamic hate preachers such...

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Analyzing Comey’s Opening Statement

RUSH: Well, Comey’s opening statement tomorrow’s been released. I have it here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers. Well, I’ve got the PDF. I’ve got excerpts. In many cases they’re recycling news. Comey admits that he told Trump he wasn’t the target. They’re all excited over there at CNN. Their tongues are on the ground over there talking about this, but there’s nothing new in it. Comey’s gonna say that Trump said, “Look, you need to lift the cloud on this thing. I didn’t do anything. I didn’t go to Russia. I didn’t hire Russian hookers. None of this stuff...

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Reports: Sessions offered to resign amid tensions with Trump

The relationship between President Trump and his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, has become so frayed, Sessions recently suggested that he could resign from his post, multiple media reports said on Tuesday. Trump reportedly turned down the offer. The reported offer was not a formal one, The Wall Street Journal reported. Trump has been angry with Sessions– one of his most vocal and earliest supporters– ever since Sessions recused himself in March from the investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election and possible connections between Moscow and Trump campaign aides. Sean Spicer, the top White House spokesman, declined to...

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REPORT: ACLU Crosses The Line With Opposition to New Bill

It has many names – cutting, female circumcision, female genital mutilation, tradition, ritual, purification, religious requirement. Using the initials, “FGM,” only masks the horror. And although it has been illegal in the U.S. since 1996 and condemned by the U.N. for just as long, an estimated 513,000 women and girls had experienced FGM or were at risk as of 2012. It has many names – cutting, female circumcision, female genital mutilation, tradition, ritual, purification, religious requirement. The procedure involves the removal of some or all of the external female genitalia by use of a blade, knife, razor, scissors, glass, sharpened rocks...

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Georgia GOP candidate Destroys Democrat Opponent in Debate, Mocks his Hollywood Credentials

The race to replace HHS Director Mike Price as the Representative from Georgia’s 6th District is heating up and the polls show a deadlocked race. The neck-and-neck nature of the race means that these last few days before the special election are particularly important and the debate between the two candidates held more importance than a local debate usually does. Which is good news for Republican Karen Handel who just whalloped her Democrat opponent, Jon Ossoff, in the only debate that Ossoff agreed to do. Ossoff’s terrible performance in the debate is likely why he chose to refuse to...

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COMMENTARY: In Support of Trump’s Travel Ban

  In light of the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester, I want to reaffirm—for the record—that I am an Islamophobe. Actually, I will go one step further and say that every thinking American ought to be an Islamophobe. Islam is a political ideology—masquerading as a religion—that promotes murder, intolerance, misogyny, and totalitarianism. As I state in my new book, Tyranny of the Minority: “Islamic values represent an absolute contradiction to ours. The two systems cannot coexist. Wherever Islam gains a following, Muslims demand an end to human rights and the freedoms that are taken for granted in...

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