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Roger Stone: The Battle For Trump Presidency Has Just Begun


Published on May 6, 2016

Alex Jones and Trump insider Roger Stone discuss what you need to do to make sure that Donald Trump becomes our next president.


The GOP is being strengthen, and the dead Bushes are being trimmed

"The Goblins of Soros" may still need to be faced down in Cleveland

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FULL Interview: Donald Trump at NBC "MEET THE PRESS" (5-8-16)


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Full Interview: Donald Trump at ABC's "This Week" | May 8, 2016 - FULL Interview: Donald Trump at NBC "MEET THE PRESS" - Full Interview: Donald Trump on ABC's "This Week" - May 8, 2016

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MILITARY - Recent chairmen of the Joint Chiefs


16. 50px-Peter_Pace_official_portrait.jpg General Peter Pace USMC October 1, 2005 September 30, 2007


17. 50px-Michael_Mullen%2C_CJCS%2C_official_ Admiral Michael Mullen USN October 1, 2007 September 30, 2011


18. 50px-General_Martin_E._Dempsey%2C_CJCS%2 General Martin Dempsey USA October 1, 2011 September 25, 2015


19. 50px-Dunford_CJCS.JPG General Joseph Dunford : Current

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Why Paul Ryan Works For Hillary Clinton


The dead wood in the GOP needs to go. The Bushes must be trimmed. Rove must get a-rove-in


Sarah Palin endorses Paul Ryan's challenger


Love that Cariboo Barbie : "He is about to be Cantored"

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Trump in an interview after he Jumps into the lead;

Donald Trump reacts to new polling

Hillary was: "A SENATOR who has done nothing,,, and she was not respected."
"She started making nothing but negative tweets about me, and I came back and hit her hard."




Corey Lewandowski explains key to Donald Trump's VP search

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Paul Ryan Encouraged With Donald Trump But Fails to Give His Endorsement By Kitco News

Thursday May 12, 2016

(Kitco News) - There are encouraging signs of unification within the Republican Party; however, a major gulf remains as Paul Ryan, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, failed to give his endorsement of the presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump.




Following a much-anticipated 45-minute meeting between the two party heavyweights, Ryan emphasized that he is encouraged with the process that has begun but it will take more time to unify the party.

Although he said that the “seeds” of unification have been planted, he fell short of throwing his support behind Trump.

“The process of unifying the party takes time,” he said at the press conference in Washington. “It takes more than 45 minutes.”

Ryan described Trump, following his meeting, as a “genuine person.”

Ryan said that although there will be policy disputes within party, it is important for everyone to come together to find and support the party’s common core principles. He added that he will continue to work with Trump to define those core principles but didn’t provide any guidance as to when he would feel comfortable supporting the candidate.

However, it was clear that Ryan does see potential for Trump to win the general election in November. He highlighted the fact that the candidate has brought millions of new votes to the Republican Party.

“He has gotten the most votes than any other Republican candidate in a primary,” he said.

The one area where the two strongly agree is that they have to beat Hillary Clinton, who is leading as the nominee for the Democratic Party.

“We agree that a Hillary Clinton presidency would be a disaster for the country,” he said.


> http://www.kitco.com/news/2016-05-12/Paul-Ryan-Encouraged-With-Donald-Trump-But-Fails-to-Give-His-Endorsement.html

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Trump 'surprised' Ryan didn't endorse him, expects he will

WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump is winning over his Capitol Hill critics after a one-day charm offensive that demonstrates the power of his personality to drive his White House bid. Yet he's still not ruling out going "my separate way" if House Speaker Paul Ryan doesn't endorse him.

Associated Press

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Prof. Kevin MacDonald - on Trump and many other things

Could It Happen Here?

Published on Apr 30, 2016

Kevin MacDonald discusses the Trump phenomenon at NPI's 2016 Winter Gathering.


"Europeans are being asked to participate in their own suicide"

"Immigration (from certain areas) result in the racialisation of politics" (and that serves Democrats, and Zios)


The tribe that wants to destroy Western culture, will not like this message. It needs hearing


The Napoleon of the Current Year

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Watch Trump Destroy Clueless Protesters


Published on May 14, 2016

Infowars has been on the scene at every major Trump rally exposing the total insanity of the anti-Trump protesters and showing people what the mainstream media refuses to show.

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Abby Martin does it again!


Through he truth-telling, she nails the evil, satanic, illuminati-thrilling bitch from Hell.

Now what was her name again?


Abby Martin on Hillary Clinton’s Hunger for Endless Wars


Published on May 2, 2016

Abby Martin sits down with Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins to discuss her recent report on Hillary Clinton’s war-hawkish past, and what it would mean for America if she were to take the White House.

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Parachuting in?

Is Joe Biden Going to Jump Into Presidential Race Now?!


Published on May 12, 2016

In a recent interview Joe Biden said he would have liked to have had Elizabeth Warren as his running mate had he entered the Presidential race. Why is he talking about this now? Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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Ann Coulter debates a (self-identified) Jew about Trump... and wins


Ann Coulter on The Bernie And Sid Show talking all things Donald Trump



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Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton “Trigger Happy” as She Courts Neocons

By GPD on May 13, 2016


...if "W" had gone to the beach every day 15 years ago, we would be better off...

GettyImages-529033818-e1463064575219-artBy Rania Khalek

DONALD TRUMP DERIDED Hillary Clinton’s hawkish foreign policy record over the weekend, a glimpse into a potential general election strategy of casting Clinton as the more likely of the two to take the nation to war.

Just moments after maligning Syrian refugees at a rally in Lynden, Washington, Trump pivoted into a tirade against Clinton as a warmonger.

“On foreign policy, Hillary is trigger happy,” Trump told the crowd. “She is, she’s trigger happy. She’s got a bad temperament,” he said. “Her decisions in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya have cost trillions of dollars, thousands of lives and have totally unleashed ISIS.”

And he expressed a rarely heard appreciation for the “other side to this story,” noting: “Thousands of lives yes, for us, but probably millions of lives in all fairness, folks” for the people of the Middle East.

Trump implied that casualties inflicted by the U.S. military were far higher than reported. “They bomb a city” and “it’s obliterated, obliterated,” he said. “They’ll say nobody was killed. I’ll bet you thousands and thousands of people were killed every time you see that television set.”


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Trump narrows down VP choice to five individuals

Published on May 13, 2016

Newt Gingrich weighs in on the GOP candidates potential running mates on 'The O'Reilly Factor'


@realDonaldTrump tweeted about an hour ago - "The @washingtopost report on potential VP candidates is wrong. Marco Rubio and most others mentioned are NOT under consideration". I would vote for Trump/Gingrich.
Trump is smart enough not to choose Gingrich..........they'll murder Trump and then he will seat Trump seat...........I don't trust Satan Worshipers a second..............what a screwed up people Globalist are...........why they can't see that?!!!!
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The latest poll from Reuters/IPSOS finds a very tight general election race nationwide.


Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton has a slim 4-point lead over GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump. Clinton has 41 percent support against 37 percent for Donald Trump, within the poll’s margin of error.

Reuters reports that the race has narrowed since last week, driven largely by a drop in Clinton’s favorability among voters. Only 45 percent of registered voters have a favorable opinion of Clinton, down slightly from last week. Trump’s favorable numbers have also dipped, however. Just 41 percent of voters have a favorable opinion of the real estate developer.


Trump’s drop in favorablity alongside Clinton’s has prevented the likely GOP nominee from moving above the Democrat in the tracking poll. Trump does, however, have a big lead among Independents in the poll. He is the choice of 42 percent of Independents, far more than the 19 percent who prefer Clinton.

. . .

Almost 7-in-10 Americans think the country is on the wrong track, including, even, 51 percent of Democrats. Among Independents, three-quarters, 74 percent, believe the country is on the wrong track. This represents an enormous headwind for Hillary Clinton, who has campaigned on continuing and expanding on President Obama’s policies.

Predictably, the economy in general is the top concern of all voters, regardless of party or political affiliation. For Democrats, though, unemployment and health care are tied for second, while terrorism is fourth. By contrast, terrorism is the second top concern for Republicans.

Independents are the least worried about terrorism. Less than 1-in-10 list it as their top concern. After the economy, health care is their top concern. Interestingly, “morality” is the third top issue for Independents. Among Republicans, “morality” is tied for fourth with immigration.


> http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/05/16/reuters-general-election-narrows-clinton-trump-race-toss/

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Hillary Clinton must think we're stupid.


Daily, the list of things her campaign expects voters to ignore or forget grows longer and longer. It's gotten ridiculous, actually.

Yesterday, she openly mocked Donald Trump for not releasing his tax returns and stated emphatically that his unwillingness to release them suggests that he is hiding something. How though, does she use this logic on Trump while she defiantly refuses to release the transcripts from the millions of dollars worth of paid speeches she gave to big banks all over the country.

Ninety-seven days ago, when asked if she'd release the transcripts, which she has and owns, Clinton said she'd look into it. Is she still looking?

KING: Democrats, you need to change your mind about Hillary

Hillary Clinton's euphemistic language was called out by FBI Director James Comey. (Mel Evans/AP)

Are we expected to just forget about these speeches, even though employees from Goldman Sachs said if they were released it would tank her campaign and make her look like a Managing Director for the company?

Now, Hillary's campaign wants us to ignore poll after poll after poll which shows her either losing to Donald Trump or so close that it's within the margin of error.

She's barely beating Trump, 41-40 in the new Reuters poll.


> http://www.nydailynews.com/news/election/king-hillary-clinton-avoid-reality-polls-article-1.2634602

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How Trump will take Hillary apart

Jeff Rense & Jay Weidner - America Fractured

Compare voices: "Her cackle is one of the most annoying things ever."
"When I listen to his voice, I hear his sincerity"
"I cannot listen to Obama... all I hear is his insincerity... same with Cruz"

Watching Trump destroy (evil) Hillary promises to be one most entertaining shows of political theater in history.

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Donald junior here, sounds so much more appealing than

... say a young Senator like Marco Rubio - you can hear his sincerity


Is a new type of patriot-politician emerging?

Donald Trump Jr. reacts to the primary results

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A Good VP? : Buchanan blazed the trail for Trump


Blazing the trail for Donald Trump

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"I met with Chinese and they were all asking if the US under Trump would cut taxes ... US tax rates are now at 35%, and 25% in China. If the US cuts rates to 20%, the jobs will come back from China.... There are trillions sitting offshore, held by corporations, that could come back."

- Roger Stone


Trump's meetings - with James Baker, Kissinger, etc


some very interesting comments by Roger Stone from about 7 minutes in




"Is Trump being co-opted by the establishment?"

No: "He's PLAYING the establishment... learning what he can learn"

"No one is going to get him to change his views" (on war, etc.)


Infowars had previously reported:

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Ding-Dong, Hillary !


New poll shows Trump beating Clinton in general election - RT.com





New poll shows Trump beating Clinton in general election.

Democratic U.S presidential candidate Hillary ...

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Fox News - ‎4 hours ago‎

One of the strangest questions in politics is whether disaffected Bernie backers might wind up on the Trump train. It scrambles all the usual Beltway assumptions on left-right politics.


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A great speech - that will have an impact


Hillary : "the Supreme Court is wrong on the Second Amendment"


"A do or die choice"

Chris Cox NRA Destroys Hillary Clinton


"Hillary want to live in a place where everything is free.
She just might get the chance, it is called..."









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Clintons Are In High Panic Mode: Roger Stone


Published on May 24, 2016

Alex Jones talks with Trump insider Roger Stone about how Donald Trump's latest ad has the Clinton's panicking.


Here's a word I like when it comes to Hillary and her donors: OBLITERATE


> http://tinyurl.com/2016-Obliterate

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HER CRIMES to be discussed (Alleged crimes, to be more fair)


Hillary Clinton’s email problems just got much worse
By Chris Cillizza May 25
8 takeaways from the Inspector General's report on Hillary Clinton’s emails
The Inspector General's office said on May 25 that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account was "not an appropriate method" for preserving those emails. (Peter Stevenson,Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)

One of the two big dominoes in the Hillary Clinton email controversy toppled today: The State Department’s inspector general released its report on the email practices of Clinton and a number of other past secretaries of state. (The other major domino is, of course, the FBI investigation into Clinton’s decision to exclusively use a private email server while serving as the nation’s top diplomat.)

The report, which you can read in its entirety here, badly complicates Clinton’s past explanations about the server and whether she complied fully with the laws in place governing electronic communication. And it virtually ensures that Clinton’s email practices will be front and center in Donald Trump’s fusillade of attacks against her credibility and honesty between now and Nov. 8.

. . .

Clinton is the first and, to date, only secretary of state to exclusively use a private email address and server to conduct her business as the nation’s top diplomat. All of the other names above maintained both a private and a government-issued email address. That alone doesn’t make her guilty. But it does make her unique.

(Right! Uniquely reckless, and unsuitable to be President.)

. . .

This is a bad day for Clinton’s presidential campaign. Period. For a candidate already struggling to overcome a perception that she is neither honest nor trustworthy, the IG report makes that task significantly harder. No one will come out of this news cycle — with the exception of the hardest of the hard-core Clinton people — believing she is a better bet for the presidency on May 25 than she was on May 23.


> https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/05/25/hillary-clintons-email-problems-just-got-much-worse/?tid=pm_politics_pop_b


So Real that even the Bezos-owned WP is writing about it now.

But you cam still find many digs against Trump, in that heavily spun article

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