Tuesday, 27 December 2016

On Clean Sweeps And Drained Swamps

1) from rickwells.us: ‘Jill Stein’s New Soros Mission, Federalize Election System Under Lynch’  - Rick Wells - December 26/27

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Ah yes – the voting machines in the states that Trump won. I presume that she also wants the Soros machines also investigated? And not forgetting the ‘Republican’ precinct observers in ‘black community’ precincts in Chicago who were actually Democrats (as uncovered by Project Veritas)? And the busing of ‘their’ people to various precincts for duplicate/multiple voting, as admitted to by a Democrat Party apparatchik (also uncovered by PV)?? And oh, a whole slew of other scams run by the Democrats, for years. Hey – great idea, Jill. Let’s make a clean sweep of the corruption gong on. And which has been allowed to go on for far too long.

2) from presidential politics.com: ‘Trump: We’ll always be trying to ’drain the swamp’ - December 27 (orig. posted at thehill.com - Rebecca Savransky - December 22) 
(Newt Gingrich says he “made a big boo-boo” when he said on NPR that he thought that Trump had dropped the slogan.  He says that that is what he was told; that Trump thought the phrase “was cute, but he doesn’t want to use it anymore”.  Trump subsequently tweeted to his followers that that was not true: “Actually, we will always be trying to DTS.”   Someone trying to attack Trump?  Or Newt trying to get his attention again, after being turned down (apparently) for SoS??…
Newt, with his close ties to TPTB and their globalist agenda - a fervent supporter of Woodrow Wilson, who was quite the progressive of his day -  not being someone that Trump should trust close to him.  Unless the idea is to keep your enemies very close indeed… )

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (December 27)

Trump's problem is that he appears to be beholden to the moneymen who bailed him out in the past. Who are part of the problem, not part of the solution.

I may sell my fisherman's waders. But I think I will at least hang on to my galoshes.

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