The Trump Adminstration Trump-Russia

WATCH: Reporter Calls BS On WH Press Secy. When She Tries To Blame Obama For Russian Interference

No matter how hard they try to deny that they’re in bed with Russia, members of the Trump administration continually prove that their words are meaningless and at odds with their actions.

With the 2018 midterm elections just a few months away, the head of the National Security Agency (NSA), Mike Rogers, told Senators Tuesday that his agency has yet to receive any authorizations from the White House to combat Russian actions on the cyber front. That led ABC News reporter Jonathan Karl to ask during the press briefing:

“Admiral Rogers is the one that would have the agency that could actually go and confront the Russian intrusion at the source. And he hasn’t been given the authority. In fact, he says the Russians haven’t paid a sufficient price to make them change their behavior.

“All he needs is a presidential directive, the authority.”

Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders replied:

“I disagree with the premise of the question. It’s not just one individual.”

Karl reminded Sanders:

“He’s in charge of Cyber Command! Why not give him the authority?”

A clearly defensive Sanders told Karl:

“Nobody is denying him the authority! We’re looking at a number of different ways that we can put pressure [on the Russians]. This president… has been much tougher on Russia than his predecessor. Let’s not forget that this happened under Obama. This didn’t happen under President Trump. If you want to blame somebody on past problems then you need to look at the Obama administration.”

There it is! The classic Obama distraction defense. But Karl was ready for it, and he fired back:

“This is not about the past! This is about preventing intrusion in the next election. He says he needs the authority and hasn’t been given it.”

Realizing she had no fallback position, Sanders could only respond:

“I can’t speak to that.”

What Sanders meant to say is this: I can’t speak to that without the express permission of the Kremlin.


Sexual Assault Sexual Harassment

Ivanka Gets Her Fee Fees Hurt When Reporter Asks About Daddy Being A Sexual Predator (VIDEO)

If there’s one thing we know to be true about Donald Trump, it’s that he’s a disgusting sexual predator who delights in forcing himself on women. He’s done it repeatedly over his life, and dozens of women have accused him of it.

“You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait… And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything… grab them by the pussy.”

And yet, when his daughter, Ivanka, was asked whether or not she believes the allegations against her daddy, the First Daughter got upset, telling NBC reporter Peter Alexander:

“I think it’s a pretty inappropriate question to ask a daughter if she believes the accusers of her father when he’s affirmatively stated there’s no truth to it. I don’t think that’s a question you would ask many other daughters. I believe my father, I know my father. I think I have that right as a daughter to believe my father.”

Oh well, so much for empowering women.

Shortly after the interview aired on the Today show, there was a strong reaction on social media:

Like her father, there is one thing that Ivanka excels at: Hypocrisy.

Gun Crime Gun Nuts

Crisis Actor Dana Loesch Bares Her Fangs When Asked About Gun Control Measures (VIDEO)

The NRA appears to be running scared.

Over the past week, dozens of companies have severed all ties with the gun lobby, no longer wanting to be associated with a group that refuses to budge on the issue of gun control despite that fact that 17 people were recently slaughtered at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch was a guest on This Week, and she became incredibly defensive when host George Stephanopoulos asked if the NRA would support raising the age at which a semi-automatic weapon can be purchased from the current age of 18 to 21, which even Donald Trump has suggested might be a good idea. Loesch replied:

“The NRA has made their position incredibly clear.”

When Stephanopoulos again asked the question, Loesch became even angrier, commenting:

“People are trying to find daylight between President Trump and 5 million law-abiding gun owners all across the United States. These are things [Trump’s] discussing… nothing has been proposed yet.”

But when the host dared to broach the topic of possibly banning all military-style assault weapons — such as the AR-15 used by the Florida shooter to devastating effect — Loesch completely lost it, declaring:

“This is really a discussion about banning all semi-automatic firearms. And I wish that we could be guinuine in our discussion about that. That’s the position on AR-15s. And AR-15s are going to be in that school protecting students and teachers when they return back to class.”

Stephanopoulos countered by reminding Loesch:

“We are the only country that has wide access to these kinds of weapons and no one else has the frequency or the intensity of mass shootings that we do.”

To that, the NRA shill resorted to lying:

“That’s actually not true.”

Yes, it actually is true. No other nation in the world allows citizens to purchase and possess military weapons of mass murder the way we do in the United States. Maybe that’s one of the reasons we had 15,549 deaths attributable to guns in 2017.

The NRA says they’re all about freedom, just as long as it’s the freedom to kill.

Economics The Trump Adminstration WTF?!

Donnie Dotard Brags About ‘Lowest Black Unemployment’ In History – Hint: It Just Went Up

On Saturday morning, Donald Trump woke up and thought he’d pat himself on the back. Apparently, Trump saw a tweet from right-wing radio host Wayne Dupree in 2014.

So Donnie responded:

One problem with Trump’s assertion: The unemployment rate for African-Americans went up in January, rising from 6.8 to 7.7 percent in a month’s time.

Also, while he was busy trying to claim all the credit for falling unemployment rates among blacks, Trump neglected to mention that the number has been steadily falling since 2011 when Barack Obama was still president.

Some of the responses to Trump on Twitter are priceless:

One day we’re gonna wake up, look out the window, see the sun is shining, go to Twitter, and Trump will be claiming credit for that, too.

If it’s cloudy and raining, that’ll be Obama or Hillary’s fault.

Corruption Crime Elections Trump-Russia

Mueller Squeezes Trump’s Inner Circle, And The End Approaches For An Illegitimate POTUS

Recently, we learned that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had interviewed the current Attorney General of the United States, Jeff Sessions. Mueller and his team of investigators have also interviewed former FBI Director James Comey, whose firing set off a chain of events that led to the appointment of a special counsel to look into the 2016 election.

And now we find out that another member of Donald Trump’s inner circle, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, has also spoken with Mueller. The heads of the National Security Agency and Director of National Intelligence have also had a sit-down with the Mueller team.

All of this suggests that Mueller is bearing down on Trump with a charge of obstruction of justice, the very same accusation that appeared on the articles of impeachment for both Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. And it seems unlikely those are the only areas Mueller is pursuing when it comes to Donald Trump. Former Assistant Attorney General Jimmy Gurulé, who served in the George W. Bush administration, recently predicted Mueller would also charge Trump with:

  • Violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
  • Violations of the Federal Election Campaign Act dealing with fundraising
  • Violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act
  • Violations of IRS and tax law
  • Money laundering

Will there be a formal indictment of Trump? That remains to be seen, but it would make a powerful statement to any Republicans in Congress who are eager to defend Trump no matter what. A grand jury indictment is likely to increase public pressure for the GOP to at least begin hearings on impeachment in the House Judiciary Committee.

So what comes next? Based on news reports, Trump’s attorneys are “negotiating” an interview for their client with the Mueller team. But if they decide to try and set the terms of that meeting or what can be asked and what’s off limits, it’s unlikely Mueller will agree to give Trump that kind of latitude.

More likely is Trump being subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury, which he would have to do, whether he likes it or not. And that’s when Trump — who is a pathological liar — would open himself up to multiple counts of perjury.

The bottom line reads like this: Trump is about to be faced with only two options: Resign, or stay and risk being impeached, even prosecuted. The end is near for the traitorous Trump.