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Another Mueller Friday!  It was finally Roger Stone’s turn at the wheel, with a fresh series of indictments for lying to Congress about the Wikileaks/Russia “dirty tricks.”  One step closer to the BIG DON himself, head of the Teflon Trump Crime Family. 

And speaking of the Grifter in Chief, he tucked tail and reopened the government today, with zero concessions for the wall Limbaugh wants that Mexico was supposed to pay for.  All that grief and strife for 5 weeks for nothing.  Those federal employees working without pay . . . for what end?

Hopefully will all come to an end soon and we can return to some semblance of “normal” governance and foreign policy.  Maybe we’ll regain some of our global standing on the world stage one day, once we show the rest of the world that this Trump Time was some hideous accident, with help from Putin and Zuckerberg.

Stay warm out there this frigid weekend, Truthseekers!  Keep it lit……

This article has 2 comments

  1. Dot in Seattle

    After a bunch of air traffic controllers at LaGuardia airport called in sick and pretty much shut down the airport,I hope they realize that they have POWER. If Donny Dotard shuts down the government again in 3 weeks, then ALL air traffic controllers at ALL airports need to call in sick. ALL federal workers need to walk out too. ENOUGH of his childish, idiotic bullshit! Then the day after they walk out, the rest of us need to have a nationwide strike. It’s time to stand up to that bloated, bigoted, brain dead piece of shit! ENOUGH!!!!!!!

  2. Denny NNWofLA

    Dot, I could not agree more with every word you posted. Another shutdown would be about as popular as a Trump/Clinton redux in 2020 (hindsight).

    Speaking of the next presidential throw, I’m going to respectfully disagree with our host. As of this time, looking ahead, my choice to top the Democratic ticket is Biden/Harris, in that order. Although Kamala Harris would otherwise be my personal favorite, Biden is still very popular. He has widespread respect and support within the party, not to mention his decades of public service. Just as with Obama, Harris would be rightly considered lacking in experience. But after 4-8 years serving as VP she would have had time to gain the knowledge required to become a successful candidate for president. I see this possible ticket as a confluence of the established old-school and the new and fresh crop of people able to lead out of the morass we are in and into a successful future.

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