Sunday, November 20, 2016

Pathetic Losers! Time For Conservatives To Come Out Of The Shadows!

In a previous memo I posted my characterization of extreme liberals, their behaviour, modus operandi
etc..  Then VPE Pence went to see the Broadway Play "Hamilton" with family members to get some earned R and R and the entire cast and many members of the audience reacted in a despicable manner proving everything I had written. These liberals are sore losers and have little class. How sad indeed.

Trump Asks 'Hamilton' Cast Who 'Harassed' Mike Pence to Apologize

"President-elect Donald Trump on Saturday demanded an apology from the cast of the Broadway hit "Hamilton" for appealing from the stage to Vice President-elect Mike Pence to uphold American values as the conservative sat in the theater audience.
"The Theater must always be a safe and special place. The cast of Hamilton was very rude last night to a very good man, Mike Pence. Apologize!" Trump wrote on Twitter, taking time out from his search for appointees to his incoming administration."

It is time for conservatives to speak out and stop being silent. The election proved we have numbers
and are in a position to strike back.  As far as I am concerned, we should boycott "Hamilton" and should make the producers pay a price for their job application posting which read  "whites need not apply."

We have been silent long enough.  We have lived in the shadow of PC thought police long enough.  It is time to take back our nation from the radicals, from the flag burners, the multi million dollar athletes who have contempt for our nation, those who engage in civil disobedience by destroying property etc. They have every right to protest in a lawful and non-destructive manner but we also have every right to impose an economic cost through a boycott, canceling subscriptions, tickts etc.

Hitler Learns Trump Wins



Spending other peoples money without regard to ever paying it back is what politicians do.  It is in their DNA.

They make speeches and give lip service to the debt but they keep on spending.

This is not an affliction limited to one party.  It crosses both aisles.  (See 1 and 1a below.)
Thank you.(See 2 below.)
Strassel on Bannon. (See 3 below.)


Allen West offers advice. (See 3a below.)


As Trump Heads to the White House, The Left Suddenly Cares About the National Debt

Janet Yellen has been one of the few officials in the government to consistently care about the national debt. Under Barack Obama, the national debt has gone up ten trillion dollars. He has added more to the national debt than any other President in history. Yellen has cautioned against this. As Donald Trump prepares to come in with an Obama style infrastructure plan, suddenly Janet Yellen is again worried about the national debt.

Yellen cautioned lawmakers that if they spend a lot on infrastructure and run up the debt, and then down the road the economy gets into trouble, “there is not a lot of fiscal space should a shock to the economy occur, an adverse shock, that should require fiscal stimulus.”

But the political left in America, since Barack Obama has been in office, has said the national debt was no big deal.
In February of 2013, Anne Mayhew of the University of Tennessee said there is nothing scary about the national debt.
In November of 2013, Raul Carrillo of the Modern Money Network said we shouldn’t be worried about the debt.

From January of 2015, The Week said not to worry about the debt.
In June of 2015, the International Monetary Fund advised us to stop worrying about rising national debt.
In April of this year, Bob Bryan at Business Insider said there was nothing wrong with $19 trillion in debt.
But suddenly, suddenly, Janet Yellen saying this about Donald Trump’s plan is making big news.
USA Today is reporting on it. NPR is on it too. Expect major Democrats to start complaining.
But keep in mind that they were perfectly fine with an ever growing national debt as long as Barack Obama was the one running up the tab.
Absolutely Jaw Dropping !!



A List of Republican Budget Cuts

Notice S.S. And the military are NOT on this list.

These are all the programs that the new Republican House has proposed cutting.

Read to the end.

* Corporation for Public Broadcasting Subsidy -- $445 million annual savings.
* Save America 's Treasures Program -- $25 million annual savings.
* International Fund for Ireland -- $17 million annual savings.
* Legal Services Corporation -- $420 million annual savings.
* National Endowment for the Arts -- $167.5 million annual savings.
* National Endowment for the Humanities -- $167.5 million annual savings.
* Hope VI Program -- $250 million annual savings.
* Amtrak Subsidies -- $1.565 billion annual savings.
* Eliminate duplicating education programs -- H.R. 2274 (in last Congress), authored by Rep. McKeon ,
eliminates 68 at a savings of $1.3 billion annually.
* U.S. Trade Development Agency -- $55 million annual savings.
* Woodrow Wilson Center Subsidy -- $20 million annual savings.
* Cut in half funding for congressional printing and binding -- $47 million annual savings.
* John C. Stennis Center Subsidy -- $430,000 annual savings.
* Community Development Fund -- $4.5 billion annual savings.
* Heritage Area Grants and Statutory Aid -- $24 million annual savings.
Cut Federal Travel Budget in Half -- $7.5 billion annual savings* Trim Federal Vehicle Budget by 20% -- $600 million annual savings.
* Essential Air Service -- $150 million annual savings.
* Technology Innovation Program -- $70 million annual savings.
*Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Program -- $125 million annual savings..
* Department of Energy Grants to States for Weatherization -- $530 million annual savings.
* Beach Replenishment -- $95 million annual savings.
* New Starts Transit -- $2 billion annual savings.
* Exchange Programs for Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and
Their Historical Trading Partners in Massachusetts -- $9 million annual savings
* Intercity and High Speed Rail Grants -- $2.5 billion annual savings.
* Title X Family Planning -- $318 million annual savings.
* Appalachian Regional Commission -- $76 million annual savings.
* Economic Development Administration -- $293 million annual savings.
* Programs under the National and Community Services Act -- $1.15 billion annual savings.
* Applied Research at Department of Energy -- $1.27 billion annual savings.
* Freedom CAR and Fuel Partnership -- $200 million annual savings..
* Energy Star Program -- $52 million annual savings.
*Economic Assistance to Egypt -- $250 million annually.
* U.S.Agency for International Development -- $1.39 billion annual savings.
* General Assistance to District of Columbia -- $210 million annual savings.
* Subsidy for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority -- $150 million annual savings.
*Presidential Campaign Fund -- $775 million savings over ten years.
* No funding for federal office space acquisition -- $864 million annual savings.
End prohibitions on competitive sourcing of government services.
* Repeal the Davis-Bacon Act -- More than $1 billion annually.
* IRS Direct Deposit: Require the IRS to deposit fees for some services it offers
(such as processing payment plans for taxpayers) to the Treasury,
instead of allowing it to remain as part of its budget -- $1.8 billion savings over ten years.
Require collection of unpaid taxes by federal employees -- $1 billion total savings.WHAT'S THIS ABOUT?
* Prohibit taxpayer funded union activities by federal employees -- $1.2 billion savings over ten years.
* Sell excess federal properties the government does not make use of -- $15 billion total savings.
Eliminate death gratuity for Members of Congress. WHAT???
* Eliminate Mohair Subsidies -- $1 million annual savings.
*Eliminate taxpayer subsidies to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change -- $12.5 million annual savings. WELL ISN'T THAT SPECIAL
* Eliminate Market Access Program -- $200 million annual savings.
* USDA Sugar Program -- $14 million annual savings.
* Subsidy to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) -- $93 million annual savings.
* Eliminate the National Organic Certification Cost-Share Program -- $56.2 million annual savings.
*Eliminate fund for Obamacare administrative costs -- $900 million savings.
* Ready to Learn TV Program -- $27 million savings..
* HUD Ph.D. Program.
* Deficit Reduction Check-Off Act.


2)Dear Democrats, 

Thank you! 

Trump's victory would not have been possible without you. Without Obama's arrogance and disregard for the Constitution, we would have never realized the need to preserve it. Without Clinton's blatant lies, treason, and lawlessness, we would have never feared her administration. Had you been patient and stayed on your path of slowly transforming this country, instead of trying to ridicule, bully, and shame us into cowing down to your utopian dream of a new world order, we would have never felt the urgency with which we needed to respond. Without you trying to limit, regulate, and censor our speech, we would have never found our voice. Without you doing everything you could to divide us, we never could unite. Without you kneeling for our anthem, stomping on, and burning our flag, we never would have restored our patriotism. Without you trying to remove God from every aspect of our lives, we never would prayed as hard as we did. 

None of this would have been possible without you! Thanks again! 

God bless America
3) Steve Bannon on Politics as War
The Trump adviser talks about the winning campaign and says the political attacks against him and Breitbart News are ‘just nonsense.’
It’s hard to think of Steve Bannon as a low-profile guy. He has garnered about as many headlines over the past week as Donald Trump—no small feat. He is the executive chairman of the hard-right Breitbart News, among the most aggressive voices online, its website an attack machine against Democrats and “establishment” conservatives. President-elect Trump chose Mr. Bannon this week as his chief strategist and senior counselor, a slot usually filed by someone eager to play a presidential surrogate on TV.
Yet Mr. Bannon—who joined the Trump campaign in mid-August to propel its thunderbolt victory—professes no interest in being the story. “It’s not important to be known,” he says in a telephone interview Thursday night, among his first public comments since the election. “It was Lao Tzu who said that with the best leaders, when the work is accomplished, the people will say ‘We have done this ourselves.’ That’s how I’ve led.”
Nor does he profess to care that Democrats and the media are portraying him as a “cloven-hoofed devil,” as he puts it. “I pride myself in doing things that matter. What mattered in the campaign was winning. We did. What matters now is pulling together the single best team we can to implement President-elect Trump’s vision.
He continues: “How can you take anything seriously from a media apparatus—paid the amount of money you people are paid—that systematically missed something that was so obvious, that missed Brexit, that missed the Trump revolution? You’d have thought they’d have learned their lesson on November 8.”
Slight pause. “They clearly haven’t.”
Here are a few things you’ve likely read about Steve Bannon this week: He’s a white supremacist, a bigot and anti-Semite. He’s a self-described Leninist who wants to “destroy the state.” He’s associated with the “alt-right,” a movement that, according to the New York Times, delights in “harassing Jews, Muslims and other vulnerable groups by spewing shocking insults on social media.”
You’ll have seen some of Breitbart’s more offensive headlines, which refer to “renegade” Jews and the “dangerous faggot tour.” You maybe heard that Breitbart is gearing up to be a Pravda-like state organ for the Trump administration.
Mr. Bannon is an aggressive political scrapper, unabashed in his views, but he says those views bear no relation to the media’s description. Over 70 minutes, he describes himself as a “conservative,” a “populist” and an “economic nationalist.” He’s a talker, but unexcitable, speaking in measured tones. A former naval officer, he thinks in military terms and likes to quote philosophers and generals. He’s contemptuous of the media, proud of Breitbart, protective of the “deplorables,” and—at least at the moment—eager to work with everyone from soon-to-be White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus to House Speaker Paul Ryan.
At first Mr. Bannon insists that he has no interest in “wasting time” addressing the accusations against him. Yet he’s soon ticking off the reasons they are “just nonsense.”
Anti-Semitic? “Breitbart is the most pro-Israel site in the United States of America. I have Breitbart Jerusalem, which I have Aaron Klein run with about 10 reporters there. We’ve been leaders in stopping this BDS movement”—meaning boycott, divestment and sanctions—“in the United States; we’re a leader in the reporting of young Jewish students being harassed on American campuses; we’ve been a leader on reporting on the terrible plight of the Jews in Europe.” He adds that given his many Jewish partners and writers, “guys like Joel Pollak, these claims of anti-Semitism just aren’t serious. It’s a joke.”
He blames the attacks on a lazy media, noting for instance that the “renegade Jew” line wasn’t Breitbart’s. Conservative activist David Horowitz (also Jewish) has taken responsibility for writing the headline himself, in a piece about Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol.
The Lenin anecdote came from an article in the Daily Beast by a writer who claimed to have spoken with Mr. Bannon in 2013: “So a guy I’ve never heard of in my life claims he met me at a party, and then claims I said something about Lenin, and this is taken as gospel truth, with nobody checking it.”
What about the charge of white supremacism? “I’m an economic nationalist. I am an America first guy. And I have admired nationalist movements throughout the world, have said repeatedly strong nations make great neighbors. I’ve also said repeatedly that the ethno-nationalist movement, prominent in Europe, will change over time. I’ve never been a supporter of ethno-nationalism.”
Mr. Bannon says the accusations miss that “the black working and middle class and the Hispanic working and middle class, just like whites, have been severely hurt by the policies of globalism.” He adds that he urged candidate Trump to reach out in his campaigning. “I was the one who said we are going to Flint, Michigan, we are going to black churches in Cleveland, because the thrust of this movement is that we are going to bring capitalism to the inner cities.”
Why does he think that leftists are so fixated on him? “They were ready to coronate Hillary Clinton. That didn’t happen, and I’m one of the reasons why. So, by the way, I wear these attacks as an emblem of pride.”
Mr. Bannon is fiercely proud of the bomb-throwing Breitbart News, too. He credits it with “catching and understanding this populist movement” as far back as 2013, narrating the rise of the UK Independence Party in Britain, the exit movement for Scotland, and ultimately Brexit. “We were on to this change years before Donald Trump came on the scene,” he says.
He acknowledges that the site is “edgy” but insists it is “vibrant.” He offers his own definition of the alt-right movement and explains how he sees it fitting into Breitbart. “Our definition of the alt-right is younger people who are anti-globalists, very nationalist, terribly anti-establishment.”
But he says Breitbart is also a platform for “libertarians,” Zionists, “the conservative gay community,” “proponents of restrictions on gay marriage,” “economic nationalism” and “populism” and “the anti-establishment.” In other words, the site hosts many views. “We provide an outlet for 10 or 12 or 15 lines of thought—we set it up that way” and the alt-right is “a tiny part of that.” Yes, he concedes, the alt-right has “some racial and anti-Semitic overtones.” He makes clear he has zero tolerance for such views.
All this said, Mr. Bannon explains he’s on sabbatical from Breitbart and has had “nothing to do with the site since August 15,” when he joined the Trump campaign. Now he will take an “extended leave of absence and cut all association with the site while I’m working at the pleasure of the president.” He adds that Breitbart “didn’t get a scoop from the campaign from the minute I took over; they’ve had to scramble like everybody else.”
Yet given its loyalty to Messrs. Bannon and Trump, won’t Breitbart serve as an attack dog against Republicans who defy the new president? Mr. Bannon says he believes the site will “call it as it sees it” and that even the Trump administration will be open for criticism if it doesn’t “stay true to its vision.” He adds: “If we don’t, I assume they will hammer us.”
As for how Breitbart will treat other Republicans: “Do I see them jumping in and backing Paul Ryan? Probably not. But I have no control over that. I’m sure if you look at some of the names being rumored for positions, walking through Trump tower, folks like [South Carolina Gov.] Nikki Haley, and you look at the comments section of Breitbart, I’m sure they aren’t exactly high-fiving. But that’s fantastic. The reason that Breitbart has gotten so big is because it has spirit.”
Mr. Bannon’s role in the Trump campaign was never made clear, though fellow adviser Kellyanne Conway called him the campaign’s “general” and a “brilliant tactician.” Mr. Bannon describes a close alliance of himself, Ms. Conway and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner, who developed a very “tight strategy” that relied on targeted speeches, rallies and social media. They envisioned two possible paths to the White House: one that hinged on Nevada and New Hampshire; the other that “leveraged Ohio” and rolled up Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin. By the last week they saw the latter plan coming together.
The claim that the Trump campaign was chaotic in the final months is wrong, Mr. Bannon says. It benefited from “excellent data” furnished by the Republican National Committee and an operation in San Antonio set up by Mr. Kushner. The campaign was looking closely at “rural communities and the hinterlands that held a lot of votes,” which the Clinton campaign had “basically ceded” to Republicans. Mrs. Clinton also made the mistake of trying to “close the deal on a coalition” (minorities, millennials) that “she’d never closed on before.”
Mrs. Clinton aside, the reason Mr. Trump won, he says, “is not all that complicated. The data was overwhelming: This is a change election. People weren’t happy with the direction of the country. So all you had to do was to give people permission to vote for Donald Trump as an agent of change, make sure he articulated that message.” That, and paint Mrs. Clinton as “the guardian of a corrupt and incompetent elite and status quo.” Mr. Bannon believes Mr. Trump to be uniquely suited to make the case, as “one of the best political orators in American history, rated with William Jennings Bryan.”
Now it’s a new world, and given his reputation it is interesting to hear Mr. Bannon talk about what he is “most proud of.” One thing is that “you see nothing but unity on the Republican side. I like saying that, having been a very anti-establishment leader of a very anti-establishment movement, that we were able to come together with people like Reince Priebus, to overcome our differences in a coalition. To have this great victory and realize that if we are going to put the policies of a President Trump into effect, we’ve got to continue to work as a coalition.”
His affinity for Mr. Priebus (“a terrific partner”) seems real, and he says bluntly that the Trump victory “would not have been possible without the RNC”—though he adds with a rare chuckle that the RNC “was a little anxious at times.” Mr. Bannon brushes off concerns that there will be a White House power struggle between him and Mr. Priebus, given that Mr. Trump says the two men will be “equal partners.”
“Listen, this is not Bush 41 or Bush 43 or Mitt Romney. This is a President-elect who gets information directly. He works in concentric circles.”
Mr. Bannon has confidence about passing big reforms. “Does Paul Ryan think that everything Breitbart stands for, Steve Bannon stands for, is great? No. Do I think that everything he stands for—in particular his omnibus [spending bill]—is great? No. Can we work together to implement Donald Trump’s vision for America? Can we do that? Oh yeah.”
He concedes that “there are going to be times when we really, really disagree.” But those are “in the future” and for now the priorities (tax reform, ObamaCare) “that we’re working 24 hours a day on here with Vice President-elect Pence, who is going to be our connection to Capitol Hill,” are energizing everyone.
He’s proud of the “broad scope of people” they are bringing in for talks: Ms. Haley, Mitt Romney. He’s proud that the first job offer—to former Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn for national security adviser—went to a “registered Democrat,” and that the country is going to see “a lot of interesting choices.” Mr. Trump “knows how to mix and match, get the best out of people, and I think it says something about what a historic figure he could be.”
As for Mr. Bannon, don’t expect to see him on cable. “People say get out there. But I see no purpose in trying to convince a bunch of media elites who only ever talk to themselves. I never went on TV one time during the campaign. Not once. You know why? Because politics is war. General Sherman would never have gone on TV to tell everyone his plans. I’d never tip my hand to the other side. And right now we’ve got work to do.”
Ms. Strassel is a member of the Journal editorial board and writes the Potomac Watch column.


I just want to take a few minutes to offer my post-election assessment and also provide some counsel for President-elect Donald Trump and his staff.  It’s now Thursday, the 24-hour celebration is over; time to focus and begin developing a strategic vision for the first 180 days.  What I’ve seen perusing some far-left websites is that the progressive socialist left is angry, and also in a delusional state of denial.  This evil empire will look to strike back, and I mean in a very purposeful manner.  Do not allow the seemingly “conciliatory” tone of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to deceive — they are pissed off.

For Barack Obama, his legacy as president is Donald J. Trump — not a single policy achievement will be left standing by 2019.  The only reminder of Obama’s existence as president will be his portrait.  He may have exhibits in his presidential library but much like the cavemen, his “accomplishments” will be extinct.  That has Obama fuming, as his ego is quite large, no more pictures with his chin up in defiant mode like Benito Mussolini.

Make no mistake: the election of Donald Trump by the American people is a repudiation of progressive socialism, Obama’s fundamental transformation.  And Hillary Clinton is throwing a temper tantrum that rivals any four-year-old in the cereal lane of the grocery store; 0-2 running for president.  And what’s worse, the Clinton crime cartel has been exposed and is done, it cannot peddle influence as the swamp in which they muddied themselves shall be drained.

Along with Obama and Clinton, the liberal progressive media is confounded and embarrassed.  If you were watching any left-leaning media outlet Tuesday night, they were in a state of shock, denial, and that will soon turn to anger.  They’ve truly lost all credibility as we come to learn about collusion with the Clinton campaign, and we already knew of their insidious and obvious bias. Tuesday night was supposed to be chock full of their laughing and derision of Trump and his supporters in the most denigrating of monikers.  They were supposed to celebrate some “historic” moment and pop the corks on bottles of champagne…and start planning what expensive gowns they would wear for the inaugural parties.

The Hollywood and entertainment elites are disgusted — and how many left America ?  They are part of a Soviet style politburo that believes they’re above us, and wield their perceived power to slither out of their holes, like the serpent with Eve, and whisper silly nothings into our ears — you shall eat of the apple, and vote as we tell you.

Donald Trump was kinda like Luke Skywalker who used the Force to fire the missile into the very small window and destroyed the Death Star.  However, the Empire is already pondering how they can rebuild the weapon and strike back.  Here’s what any stellar combat military person will tell you — after a successful attack, you consolidate, reorganize, and plan for the counterattack.

The liberal progressive left is angry, and they’re still doing that which caused them to lose — demeaning those who voted for Donald Trump.  They’re already blaming Trump and his supporters for American demise — funny, the Dow Jones was exceptionally strong Wednesday — ya know, the Brexit-style fear mongering.  I guess they had no clue about that whole US debt thing going from $10.67T to $20T just under Obama.

The left believes we are just too dumb enough to understand what’s best for us; they live in a fantasyland of unicorns and rainbows.  As we reported, some universities that were offering counseling and safe spaces for students emotionally affected by the election results.  Heck, what about Americans who have been out of work for extended periods, thanks to Obama’s failures?  So, they see nothing wrong with them, it’s all wrong with us…after all, Trump supporters are uneducated, irredeemable, racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic deplorables.  And the left will continue to tout the fact that Hillary won the “popular vote”. Here are five points:

1) The Dems own the urban areas; they are more densely populated.  South Florida and the I-4 corridor are liberal leftist strongholds.  In Texas you will find Dallas , Austin , Houston , San Antonio and El Paso are heavy blue areas.  What the Dems are doing is concentrating in these urban centers and winning them electorally.  It’s only a matter of time before a few concentrated areas will provide the left what they want, national control.  Yet, this is where you find the greatest failures of liberal progressive policies.  The GOP, Donald Trump, must immediately follow up and change the course in the urban areas and turn more minorities away from the dark side.

2) Trump needs to develop what we in the military call a “red cell,” and they need to war-game out the first 180 days for the new administration.  They need to go through an action-reaction-counteraction process in order to not just plan in a vacuum, but ascertain what is the reaction of Darth Vader (George Soros) and his storm troopers…and then have a course of action to execute based upon what they will do.  What the Trump administration and the GOP-controlled 115th Congress must know is that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are planning their disruptive tactics.  Trump must lead and anticipate them moves and counter, frustrate, them.  He has to win the public confrontation because the media is REALLY going all in for the left.

3) Trump and the GOP do not have a mandate now.  If they’re successful in their first midterm election to maintain, or grow, their Congressional majority — then they have a mandate.  Bill Clinton thought he had a mandate, and he lost in his first midterm election.  Barack Obama thought he had a mandate, and he lost big in 2010 midterms.  Even with George W. Bush, he thought he had a mandate and the GOP-controlled Congress spent like liberal progressives, and then he lost in his final midterms.  My counsel: President-elect Trump, you have a policy opportunity, not a mandate; that comes after your first midterm.

4)Trump needs to lie low, not make himself the news story in these days before his inauguration.  This is the time for his potential cabinet members to be introduced and articulate the policy vision.  Please, Mr. Trump, don’t do goofy crap like Obama did back in 2008 coming up with some seal of the Office of the President-Elect…it does not exist.  Be in the shadows, speaking with global leaders by phone, or meeting with them in private.  Let America see this is not about you, but a team in whom you have complete confidence.

5) The maniacal rantings, insults, and protests from the chuckle heads of the left shows that they are not going to take responsibility for this loss.  Acknowledge this is an ideological war that’s centered on the a system of governance prescribing the relationship between the State and the individual.  This was a battle that was won, we destroyed the Death Star, set the Empire back, but the movement of progressive socialism in America has not been destroyed.  Funny, the left went nuts about Trump not accepting the results of the election — who is out in the streets protesting?  And who do you think is paying them?  We must find the funding mechanism for the radical left and expose it.  This is just the beginning, and you can expect unruly and disruptive behavior from the left…those are the Rules for Radicals.  We cannot be in fear, but meet them head-on and call them out as they are, petulant spoiled losers.  The left demands subservience and acquiescence to their will — the American will spoke loudly Tuesday, and is not accepting it.

Jimmy Carter’s legacy was Ronald Reagan.  Barack Obama has given us Donald Trump.  Both Reagan and Trump were once Democrats, but the real comparative analysis shall lie in whether Trump can build a team as Reagan did.  And not a crew of sycophants and a shadowy Rasputin who have occupied the White House.

And do I really care that Miley Cyrus was crying? Nah!

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