The Coming War On America — by Soros/Obama/Democrat


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The Obama departure from the Oval Office is going as expected. Landmines have been laid, grenades have been jettisoned, lies have been repeated, and  “I’m the greatest President in history and I’m not going anywhere,” has been proclaimed.  Bloating of the dangerously large government bureaucracy with entrenched operatives is getting some final bloating gas to ensure a protraction of the socialist mindset which will make a reversal all but impossible.

Soros, Obama, Jarrett and their acolytes in media and Congress are immersed in witlessly abusing hyperbolic rhetoric. Cory Booker, the President want-to-be community organizer and big-pharma cash recipient epitomized the socialist attitude toward the incoming Trump Administration during his embarrassing and unsupported vilifying testimony against Jeff Sessions.  Booker is doing what he is ordered to do.

The planned Trump inauguration day demonstrations have been financed and mobilized by the hateful left to be disruptive and when they turn violent, the guards and the police will be blamed. How do we know?  Obama’s exit speech claimed that he asked his people to ensure a smooth transition of power – translation:  Leave no stone unturned to make it impossible for Trump’s people to take-over easily and revisit your textbooks on breeding anarchy and chaos in the streets. Remember Baltimore? Remember Ferguson? Remember Chicago?  That’s how it’s done.

Never has an outgoing Administration exerted so much effort to purposely litter the path of the incoming CIC with disasters on every front. Never has an outgoing Administration so boldly lied about it.

With hundreds of thousands of Arabs being slaughtered in the middle east, was it really a priority to pass a last minute UN resolution against Israel? Is Obama really not aware that Hamas and Hezbollah have never and will never accept the “two state” solution, or that they refuse to recognize Israel’s right to exist?  Unlikely.  More likely is that he is purposely handing the incoming CIC a live grenade on which he has pulled the pin.

Not finding enough satisfaction in ensuring a nuclear Iran, the Soros/Obama/Jarrett anarchy cluster has decided on a baffling strategy toward Russia.  Obama has done a pirouette from his “After the 2012 election, I’ll have more flexibility,”  to deciding that Putin is America’s new enemy, so with NATO he is amassing troops and weapons on the Polish/Russia border.  Putin’s techies, just as the Chinese, have been punching holes into American government data systems for years, but NOW Putin is suddenly America’s paramount foe?   Really?

This effort to leave the landscape in complete chaos for Trump is an obvious and sweeping attempt to pave the road for a newly invigorated Soros/Obama drum-beating parade against America’s governance and capitalist system.   Obama has already claimed he would dedicate himself to fostering and cultivating community organizers, and devotees.  His sights have evidently changed somewhat since his fantasies of becoming the world’s Globalist-In-Chief were decimated by majorities across America, just as they are getting similar treatment in Europe.  The EU experiment continues to unravel while moving trucks load up at the White House.

The nightmare of dystopian socialism is about to receive the strongest push onto America that the Nation has ever encountered. Somehow there is a portion of society that approves the loss of freedom, the loss of free speech, the control of behaviour, and the manipulation of human nature by an invisible all-knowing bureaucratic blob.

On the march to this utopian asylum where moral superiority will only be allowed in the hands of a few, the MSM will not care when cars are set ablaze in the streets and successful private businesses are destroyed by organized mob rule, or personal physical attacks persist against Trump supporters.  The MSM will cheer and the MSM will blame Trump.  Why not?  It worked for Obama who blamed Bush for eight years and the MSM seals applauded vigorously. The MSM has even managed to blame Trump for the violence of Soros funded demonstrators in Chicago preventing a Trump rally.

With all his pretence of promoting “fairness”, Obama evidently doesn’t understand what it is, nor does he understand how to stimulate it, or how to advance it. Fairness in a society is not brought about through expansion and entrenchment of an unaffordable, regulating, controlling, and destructive bureaucracy. Obama’s inability to grasp the sweeping repudiation of his policies  will make him a driven and bitter participant in the globalist Soros-led war on America.

Demand for anarchy in the streets will continue for as long as Trump is President, and the MSM will continue its effort to sabotage and derail his Presidency.  Obama, Soros, the Democrats, and the MSM cannot abide a stronger America and will spend all possible energy to lie, misinform, vilify, and disrupt America’s governance.

As for the Democrats, they may not all be fully aware of the transfiguring fanaticism that is about to befall them in their new Socialist Soros Party.

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At the start of a weekend dedicated to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Trump was using his potent social media platform to hurl insults at a civil rights leader.

Who has damaged his reputation as such, with his own, mendacious racism.

And the trigger for the outburst was doubt being raised about Trump’s legitimacy, even after Trump himself led a more than five-year effort to delegitimize President Obama by falsely claiming that he was foreign born.

Funny, I don’t remember Trump jumping on that train until well into the election … and even so, peripherally.

But keep on straining those gnats, even as you refuse to accept the truth: Progressivism is fundamentally flawed and unsustainable, because in many areas it does not mesh with the reality of human nature.

@Ritchie The Riveter: Who started the issue Greg? You mindless liberals can never take the blame for your actions. You always through the first rock and then become the victim when there is retaliation. Find a safe place you can cry while kneading your play dough.

It looks like we will soon see the true colors of the party of Obama with the disruptive demonstrations, the assault on US citizens and the destruction of property. I would support a law that any person arrested as part of a demonstration in which government, public or private property is damaged or destroyed loses all rights to any government programs and subsidies to include grants, scholarships, loans and health care for their life. Others should not have to pay for their “out of control and illegal” behavior.

@Randy, #52:

It looks like we will soon see the true colors of the party of Obama with the disruptive demonstrations, the assault on US citizens and the destruction of property.

Trump’s public attacks on an elder Civil Rights Movement leader—who took billy club blows to the head while confronting institutionalized racism with nonviolent resistance—is nothing more than baiting, the intention of which is to produce the very reaction you just described.

That’s the level Trump operates on. High profile demonstrations would serve him in multiple ways. He needs the media distraction from the Russian issue; he needs to keep the anger levels up among the Red Hat Brigade, lest they suddenly start thinking; he needs perceived threats he can save America from—something other than himself, of course.

From The Hill, today: Trump should’ve Googled John Lewis before he Tweeted

@Bill… Deplorable Me: Nonsense. Bill Clinton received 370 Electoral Votes in 1992. Read a book once in awhile.

@July 4th American: The margin is quite relevant, particularly when it coincides with the “winning” candidate receiving 3,000,000 votes less than the losing candidate.

@Ritchie The Riveter: You’re just butthurt because you’ve never managed to get yourself credentialed in any meaningful way.



What makes a better president, 270, 300, 325, 350….

Margin is irrelevant, a president is the same president with 270 or 535, or anywhere in between….

@JSW: If you want to see how the Trump presidency will actually work, take a look at Arnold’s term as California governor. Lots of talk. Nothing substantive.

Trump’s tone deaf attack on John Lewis during the MLK memorial holiday is just the latest example. Trump’s administration is already a shambles, with his public ratings and credibility falling more with each passing day.

Trump will never be a legitimate president.



This guy Lewis lied about being spat on and called racial epithets at a tea party rally on Capitol Hill in order to try to make tea party activists look like racists. He is a tool and a liar.

“Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results,” Trump said in a pair of Twitter messages. “All talk, talk, talk – no action or results. Sad!”

Trump is spot on, most democrat control cities are in deplorable condition, I could care less if Lewis got hit upside the head during the civil rights era. He is a Congressman now and has been and Trump is right, he has not done jack for the people.

So he is a civil right icon, does that give him a special pass, an affirmative action exemption for not being responsible to the people he represents?



This guy is a moron, he said the following…

Lewis suggests Trump wants to return nation to pre-civil rights era


Hardly … I am a degreed electrical engineer with a 33-year career of actual design success. But – unlike you and those you support, I understand the limits of human perception and insight, particularly when it comes to intervening in the lives of others … and do not share your mindless faith in the human omniscience that is required for Progressive policies to work.

You are what you decry, fundamentalist.

@July 4th American, #59:

Trump is spot on, most democrat control cities are in deplorable condition, I could care less if Lewis got hit upside the head during the civil rights era.

Such a pattern exists only in the republican imagination. In fact, republicans control only 27 of the nation’s top 100 cities.

The 10 poorest states based on per capita income—Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama, and North Carolina—are red states. Should we draw some general conclusion from that?

I could care less if Lewis got hit upside the head during the civil rights era.

Trump supporters care little for accurate information in general, and particularly dislike any that calls into question their largely delusional understanding of history and current events. The more accurate information people have, the less likely they are to be Trump supporters.


Trump’s public attacks on an elder Civil Rights Movement leader—who took billy club blows to the head while confronting institutionalized racism with nonviolent resistance—is nothing more than baiting, the intention of which is to produce the very reaction you just described.

So, does this mean Lewis can go out and do whatever he wants without accoutability? Can he go out and rob a bank and, when confronted with law enforcement, simply say, “Hey, I marched across the Pettus Bridge” and walk away with the money?

Lewis insulted the entire electoral process… wasn’t that what Hillary said? You liberals are going to have to learn you don’t have immunity from repercussions for your ignorant acts. Lewis said Trump’s Presidency was illegitimate. Trump called Lewis out for not taking care of his constituents. Perhaps Lewis should have kept his big, sore-loser mouth shut.


@Bill… Deplorable Me: Nonsense. Bill Clinton received 370 Electoral Votes in 1992. Read a book once in awhile.

Read a post every once in a while. I didn’t mention electoral votes, did I? Trump got more of the popular vote (what you leftists put some much stock in) than Bill did in 1992. This was pointed out by one of your fellow Democrats and a 2016 Democrat Presidential Candidate.

@Bill… Deplorable Me, #63:

So, does this mean Lewis can go out and do whatever he wants without accountability?

Lewis is entirely free to express his opinion, as is Donald Trump. Both are accountable for what they say. People can decide for themselves whether or not they agree with their respective opinions.

Priebus to Obama: ‘Step up’ and quiet Democrats who question Trump’s legitimacy

Has Priebus forgotten that Donald Trump himself repeatedly and very publicly questioned the legitimacy of Barack Obama’s presidency? Take a hike, Reinhold. Maybe the fresh air will clear your memory.


Lewis is entirely free to express his opinion, as is Donald Trump. Both are accountable for what they say.

That’s not what you were saying.

Lewis is black. Trump can’t say that about him.

Lewis is a civil rights icon. Trump can’t say that about him.

It’s MLK weekend. Trump can’t say that about him.

That’s the problem with you liberals. You need some sort of crutch to survive. Obama could not survive the criticism of his ruinous policies, so all criticism was deemed racist… because he is black. Hillary could not survive a thorough investigation of her practices so all criticism was deemed misogynistic… because she’s a woman.

Now Lewis cannot have his stupid, anti-American whine criticized because he’s black and it’s MLK weekend.

Hillary invented the birth certificate issue. Trump merely closed the book on it. You liberals were afraid to vett it because you weren’t sure what you would find.

@Bill… Deplorable Me:

The democrat mantra,

Political correctness for thee but not for me..

@Bill… Deplorable Me, #65:

Trump can make whatever mindless comments he wishes about a civil rights icon. He can urinate on a manger in celebration of Christmas, if he wishes. What he can or cannot do isn’t the point. Political correctness isn’t the point. The point is it’s his own image that will take the hit, not his target.

A man about to become President of the United States should be demonstrating far better judgement than this. It’s totally unnecessary, it does not bode well, and it’s only one thing among many. It’s almost as if he wants to see how far he can push things before it all blows up in his face.

@Greg: What the F**K does being a “civil rights” icon have to do with any of this? Sharpton is a “civil rights icon” and he is the lowest piece of trashy scum there is.

He said something that a few months ago you liberals were claiming was an attack on the sanctity of the electoral process itself. Of course, like most things, that was when you were attributing it to Trump. Now that a “civil rights icon” says it, well, throw up the excuse shields.

Trump’s reply is perfectly legitimate and proper. Maybe instead of claiming everyone else is racist and life is unfair if the candidate they were promised would win got her criminal ass kicked, he should worry about poverty among his constituents. Perhaps he shouldn’t have thrown his lot in with the very people that clubbed him for wanting his equal rights.

Trump has shown superb judgement in his cabinet selections. His reply to the frog-eyed idiot Lewis was also measured and accurate. The left is acting to threaten the very fabric of the government and Lewis stupidly weighed in. He lacks any credibility whatsoever.

Trump is President and he is absolutely legitimate, no matter how much it makes your butt hurt.

@Greg: Yurn your head to unfunded liabilities and debt, Top as far as crime? Top as far as what?

@Greg: Now you are saying Trump has the right to say what he wants. Another flip flop? You must still be having those LSD flashbacks!

@Ritchie The Riveter: Not sure where this skipping dog came from, but he sure is not one of the smartest breeds.

@Bill… Deplorable Me #47:

As usual, you liberals hope to use race as a weapon, this time to shield a racist idiot from criticism because it is a civil rights icon’s birthday. Perhaps the frog-eyed Lewis should have tempered his remarks and not been so anti-American.

Lewis expressed stated his views in an entirely civil manner. What you actually mean is that he shouldn’t express any doubts concerning the legitimacy of Trump’s election at all.

Why not? Trump set a precedent on the propriety of voicing such doubts himself. He questioned the legitimacy of Obama’s presidency repeatedly. It was one of the attention-getting angles he worked for all it was worth.

@Bill… Deplorable Me, #68:

What the F**K does being a “civil rights” icon have to do with any of this? Sharpton is a “civil rights icon” and he is the lowest piece of trashy scum there is.

“All talk, no action” is not an accurate description of how John Lewis dealt with institutionalized racism. John Lewis was one of the leaders who got in its face and looked it straight in the eye until it was forced to back down. He put his life on the line for his principles, which are fundamental American principles. There are no scandals in his past or stains on his character.

Trump likes to attack people by trying to diminish their merits, achievements, and human value. With Lewis he picked the wrong man, coming up on the wrong national holiday.


The FBI is opening a new investigation into the Clinton Foundation after discovering a major money laundering scheme. The Clinton Foundation has hit rocked bottom since the election. Many donors have pulled their funding and starting April 15, 22 employees from the Clinton’s Global Initiative will be laid off. The Clinton Empire is on its way to total collapse

@July 4th American, #73:

That story originated with “True Pundit,” the same source that claimed Hillary Clinton proposed a drone strike be used to silence Julian Assange.

@SkippingDog: At least you called her the “losing candidate”. That’s a good step. Admitting your wrong and have a problem.

I’d quit squawking, you twit.

Trump won, and the Reps, won it all legally, despite you idiots and your fake news.

Piss off.


So, it this the end of all of the magnanimous charity work the CGI has done worldwide?

Will global poverty result in a sharp increase?

What will the world do without the CGI?

@Greg: #74

The Clinton Foundation announced it’s laying off 22 staffers on the Clinton Global Initiative, keeping with a plan to deal with the negative spotlight put on the organization during former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The layoffs will take effect April 15, the Clinton Foundation said in a filing with the New York Department of Labor Thursday, citing the discontinuation of the Clinton Global Initiative. The move is part of a plan put in motion ahead of the presidential election in order to offset a storm of criticism regarding pay-to-play allegations during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

The layoffs were reportedly announced internally in September, ahead of Clinton’s stunning loss to President-elect Donald Trump. Many other employees had already begun looking for or accepting other jobs at that time, as it had become clear the future of the initiative was in doubt. It’s unclear how many of the once 200 strong staff might remain at the Clinton Foundation in some other capacity.

The Clinton Foundation could not immediately be reached for comment.

While the FBI concluded its investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of state, a second investigation into the Clinton Foundation regarding allegations of corruption during that same tenure is ongoing.

The decision to sunset the Clinton Global Initiative reportedly set off a dispute within Clinton Foundation circles regarding the best way to handle the fallout from the allegations. Some complained the layoff process was “insensitively” handled, Politico reported, while others took issue with the optics of allowing anyone with the Clinton Global Initiative to stay on.

@July 4th American, #76:

So, it this the end of all of the magnanimous charity work the CGI has done worldwide?

Most likely not. They’ll probably devote even more time to it now.

On the topic of charities, the Trump Foundation—which it turns out was never even legally registered as is required by law in the State of New York—was recently dissolved in acid in an effort to destroy embarrassing evidence. Victor Pinchuk’s name floated to the surface as the vat was bubbling, along with a 6-foot-high, $20,000 charity-purchased oil painting of the Donald, receipts totaling $258,000 for various payments the charity made to settle legal claims against Trump’s for-profit businesses, and the revelation that Trump had made no personal donations to the charity since 2008. (He gave away other people’s money under his own name, and occasionally dipped into the piggy bank for loose pocket change. Hey, autographed Tim Tebow football helmets don’t come cheap.)

@Greg: #78

Clintons Shutter Global Initiative as Donations Dry Up

The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) filed a WARN — Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification — with New York State’s Department of Labor on Thursday, announcing that, effective April 15, 2017, it would be closing its doors and laying off 22 employees. The CGI’s stated reason: “Discontinuation of the Clinton Global Initiative.”

Following the election, foreign governments that had been regular donors began cutting their contributions to the Clinton Foundation, some severely. For example, noted that the Australian government “has not renewed any of its partnerships with the scandal-plagued Clinton Foundation, effectively ending 10 years of taxpayer-funded contributions worth more than $88 million.” The government of Norway, which had been contributing as much as $20 million a year to the foundation, cut its contribution by nearly 90 percent.

As noted by the New York Observer, these cuts indicate that “the organization’s clout was predicated on donor access to the Clintons, rather than its philanthropic work.”

Suggestions that the CGI, which called itself a “networking” adjunct to the Clinton Foundation, was primarily an influence-peddling scheme to enrich the Clintons in exchange for “access” arose in October. That’s when the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks published e-mails from Doug Band, a co-founder of CGI, indicating how the “pay for access” scheme worked. The Washington Post, a supporter of the Clinton candidacy for president, laid bare the details:

“The memo, made public Wednesday [October 26] by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, lays out the aggressive strategy behind lining up consulting contracts and paid speaking engagements for Bill Clinton that added tens of millions of dollars to the family’s fortune, including during the years that Hillary Clinton led the State Department. It describes how Band help run what he called ‘Bill Clinton, Inc.’, obtaining ‘in-kind services for the President and his family — for personal travel, hospitality, vacations and the like.'”

The closing of CGI confirmed Peter Schweizer’s conclusions in his book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, that there are “serious and alarming questions of judgment, of possible indebtedness to an array of foreign interests, and ultimately, of [Hillary’s] fitness for high public office.”

As Forbes noted in its review of the book, “The timing of policy decisions or international deals relative to donations, transcends coincidence” while Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig observed, “On any fair reading, the pattern of behavior that Schweizer has charged is corruption.”

As Schweizer reveals, the pattern is predictable and repeated frequently: “Introductions are made. A deal is struck — usually to exploit natural resources such as uranium, oil, or timber, on a large and highly profitable scale. Soon after that, enormous contributions are made to the Clinton Foundation from those who benefited from the deal, while Bill is commissioned to deliver a series of highly-paid speeches. Moreover, some of these deals require approval or review by the U.S. government [which] fall within the purview of a powerful senator [Hillary] or secretary of state [Hillary].”

Schweizer revealed how Hillary was involved in facilitating the transfer of nearly 50 percent of U.S. uranium output to Russia, benefiting large donors to her foundation. He revealed how Bill was paid enormous sums for speeches given to foreign governments and businesses which just happened to have matters pending before the State Department while Hillary was secretary. He exposed how a visit by the Clintons to Colombia was followed by the grant of lucrative logging rights to a Canadian billionaire who also happened to be a Clinton Foundation donor.

But the river of financial largesse in exchange for access has dried up. After all, when there’s no influence to peddle, what other reason would there be to contribute?

Here’s your coming War on America:

Betsy DeVos Calls for End to ‘One Size Fits All’ Education

Ms. DeVos, a billionaire with a complex web of investments, including in companies that stand to win or lose from federal education policy, was the first nominee of President-elect Donald J. Trump to have a Senate hearing without completing an ethics review to outline how she planned to avoid potential conflicts of interest. Democrats pointed out that in the past Republicans had insisted that no hearings be conducted before those reviews were complete.

That would be because there is no plan to avoid potential conflicts of interest. As with Trump, the plan is to keep everyone as much in the dark as possible about whether such conflicts exist, and precisely where they might be. You can trust them. Because they’re billionaires.

Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee and chairman of the committee on health, education, labor and pensions, limited the questioning to one round of five minutes for each senator, prompting howls from Democrats who argued that previous hearings had included two rounds of questions.

Senator Al Franken, Democrat of Minnesota, accused Republicans of “selling our kids short” by not allowing follow-up questions. “We want to know if this person who we may entrust to be the secretary of education, if she has the breadth and depth of knowledge that we would expect from someone who has that important job,” he said.

Franken seems to be under the impression that the purpose of confirmation hearings is to vet the nominees who are under consideration for positions of trust. What a silly idea.

Ms. DeVos, who did not attend public schools or send her children to public schools, argued that vouchers and charter schools were simply a way of offering poor parents the kind of school choice that wealthy parents have long been able to afford.

No, they’re not. They’re a way of kicking the props out from under public education. They will not empower the poor as a class to send their children to better schools; they will diminish the quality of education available to the children of the poor, as a class.

@Greg: I would hope he kills the Federal dept of education and leave it to the states, and the states give local school boards more power. Yes I have spoken to a very liberal teacher of social studies/civics and she strongly agrees that a federal Ivory tower is ruining public education.
Have you bothered to speak to a teacher about the dept of education before formulating your opinion?

@Greg: Well, since liberals have been making indoctrination more important than education, the quality of education has plummeted. So, sure, let’s continue to do it your way.


They’re a way of kicking the props out from under our efforts to indoctrinate children in The One And Only True Way I, Greg, Believe In.

Edited for accuracy. Given the cost-effectiveness of public education, it needs to have its props challenged with actual competition.