Daily Recap — September 24

Anything happening in the news lately?


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FAKE NEWS IN FULL SWING

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The #FakeNewsCrew put in overtime today, as they whipped the nation into a morning frenzy by putting out the premature news that Deputy AG Fraud Rosenstein had finally been canned.

Except he hadn’t. 

Axios first reported that Fraud had been called to the White House and was “expecting to be fired.” That would later be modified to “He’s resigning” before finally graduating to “We don’t know what the hell is going on.”

Then, as is her primary duty, Sarah Huckabee Sanders finally cleared the record with #RealNews:

“At the request of Deputy Attorney General [Fraud] Rosenstein, he and President Trump had an extended conversation to discuss the recent news stories,” Sanders said today in an official statement.

“Because the President is at the United Nations General Assembly and has a full schedule with leaders from around the world, they will meet on Thursday when the President returns to Washington, D.C.,” she added.


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Rosenstein remains firmly ensconced in his cushy position as the real Attorney General, for now at least. That may or may not change come Thursday, depending on who PDT chooses to believe.

To jog your memory, there has been broad speculation about the future of Rosenstein’s job after The Failing New York Times reported last Friday that he suggested secretly taping PDT last year and recruiting Cabinet officials to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office for being unfit.

Rosenstein has aggressively denied the report as inaccurate. And at the risk of enraging my readership, I believe him.

A full logical deconstruction on this matter can be found in my last Recap, but here is the gist:

  1. Fraud isn’t stupid. He knows the 25th Amendment wouldn’t be invoked from a Deputy AG’s secret recording of the POTUS.
  2. There is every reason to believe that Andy McCabe twisted and leaked the story for his own purposes.

Let’s further examine the second option.

Former Deputy FBI Director Andy “Deep State” McCabe, like his equally corrupt former boss James Comey, wrote memos to keep a contemporaneous record of every conversation he had with high ranking officials in the FBI, DOJ and White House. 

The “25th Amendment” conversation was one such instance memorialized by McCabe, and by all accounts the leak to the Failing New York Times came directly from his memo. The thing about McCabe is he’s currently facing a grand jury and imminent indictment for lying to investigators, leaking official business to the media, and some other things I have a feeling we’ll find out a bit later, specifically FISA abuse.

In that particular conversation, McCabe was reported to get heated over PDT’s firing of James Comey, which had just taken place. Apparently unhappy with what was already being done to take down the president, McCabe nagged Rosenstein before finally being told something to effect of, “What do you want me to do, wear a wire and get the 25th Amendment invoked?”

Now, over a year later when McCabe is in hot water, a memo of the conversation manages to find its way to the failing NYT. Could it be that we’re finally seeing what McCabe meant when he infamously told the seniors at the FBI and DOJ that he “would burn the place down if they go after him”? That’s possible.

What’s even more possible is that he hoped it would spur the firing of Rosenstein, which could cause a big political mess for PDT by feeding the Nixonian narrative of a president looking to undermine his own Justice Department. The beneficiary of such a move — more so than anyone else — is Andy McCabe, who has been desperately trying to reframe case as Trump vs. the FBI rather than Andy vs. the Truth.

In fairness to the other side of the argument, there was at least one other person in the room that took Rosenstein’s comments seriously: Lisa Page. The Daily Beast reported that Page created her own memo of the meeting and in it remarked that she took Rosenstein at his word about wiring the POTUS.

Then again, with that much corruption going on, I can see why it would be impossible to discern jokes from statements of fact.

In this writer’s opinion, however, the weight of the evidence points to Deep State rats maneuvering to save themselves at the expense of their corrupt brethren. Comey has already turned on McCabe, outright calling him a liar for the accusations that his leaks had been authorized from the top. Comey says “no, I didn’t,” though he does admit leaking other material to the press through his law professor buddy at Columbia University.

With multiple investigations going on into the actions of the Barry DOJ, there’s no telling just how ugly this will get as the rats fight for positioning.


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What does Trump think?

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As for PDT, he seems to want to hear Fraud out.

In an interview with Geraldo Rivera that aired this morning, PDT said he did not have “all the facts” about the reports, but said he would make a determination about the Fraud’s future once he did. 

“I don’t want to comment on it until I’ve got all the facts. I haven’t gotten all the facts,” Trump said. “We will make a determination.”  

Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone took this approach?


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Big Picture:

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This is an impeachment trap for PDT and I think he knows it. If you’re hoping to see Fraud’s head roll on Thursday, you may want to tamp down your expectations.

There are going to be more dirty tricks from all sorts of people as more and more information comes to light exposing deep state corruption. The panic is real, and it’s just beginning to rear its ugly head.

Buckle up.

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A FAKE NEWS MASTERPIECE

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Since PDT took office, there has been a constant, unrelenting drumbeat of Fake News that has been enough to test the sanity of even the most thick-skinned Trumper. The Kavanaugh nomination, though, has brought things to a level that makes even the most ardent OMG RUSSIAN COLLUSION propagandist blush. Make no mistake — if Fake News is an art form, the Kavanaugh nomination is a Rembrandt.

The latest hit job against the judge comes from one Deborah Ramirez, who alleges that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a drunken college dorm party 35 years ago. Here is the thrust of the allegation, taken directly from the New Yorker article from which it originated:

After six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney, Ramirez said that she felt confident enough of her recollections to say that she remembers Kavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party, thrust his penis in her face, and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away. Ramirez is now calling for the F.B.I. to investigate Kavanaugh’s role in the incident. “I would think an F.B.I. investigation would be warranted,” she said.


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So just how flimsy is this story?

Ramirez can’t even say for sure that it was Kavanaugh. Not a single witness corroborates her claims. She needed a week to “assess her memories” (Do me a favor. Take a week to see if your memory of events 35 years ago gets better the harder you think. Doesn’t really work that way, does it?). That a supposed “reputable journalist” like Ronan Farrow actually put his name to this piece of garbage is shameful and will stay with him for a very long time.

In fact, it was such shoddy journalism that the friggin Failing New York Times, Washington Compost and failing NBC News refused to go near it. DO YOU KNOW HOW FAKE A STORY HAS TO BE TO GET TURNED DOWN BY THE FAILING NEW YORK TIMES? That’s like Rosie O’Donnell telling someone to go lose a few pounds before asking her out again.

Here is what the failing NYT had to say about Ramirez:

“The Times had interviewed several dozen people over the past week in an attempt to corroborate her story, and could find no one with firsthand knowledge. Ms. Ramirez herself contacted former Yale classmates asking if they recalled the incident and told some of them that she could not be certain Mr. Kavanaugh was the one who exposed himself.”

Hey New Yorker, time to jam a samurai sword into your stomach to maintain some semblance of honor.

The worst part of this story is Ramirez was just another classmate/acquaintance of Kavanaugh that had been dredged up by the Dim party and their water carriers in the legacy media. Since this operation started, reporters and Senate investigators have been searching for anyone and everyone to come forward with a Kavanaugh allegation, no matter how flimsy.

I suppose we’ll find out soon just how many fish came up in that net.


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The Avenatti Effect:

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As if all that wasn’t enough, everyone’s favorite creepy porn lawyer emerged to vacuum up any possible remaining credibility for the #KavanaughPinchedMyButtInPreschool movement.

Michael Avenatti, the Honey I Shrunk Vin Diesel action figure who has become a hero to the deranged #Resist movement, made sure to throw his tiny hat into the ring by tweeting out that he has a female client “with credible information” concerning “the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs” by Kavanaugh and his longtime friend Mark Judge, whom Professor Ford has identified as the third person in the room during her alleged assault.

He’s accusing Kavanaugh of purposely drugging women so men could line up and take turns on them. What an absolute sick human being. I sincerely hope he gets right with his maker or a rude awakening awaits.

Avenatti has tweeted screenshots of his communications with Sen. Grassley’s staff about his still-anonymous client, which the GOP initiated minutes after the scumbag posted his first declaration. He claimed that evidence will be forthcoming by Wednesday, but I’ll save you the suspense: no actual evidence will emerge. It will be the word of some far left moonbat who thinks she’s piling onto the party but in reality is undermining the whole operation.

Unfortunately, even the Dims are bright enough to understand what a poison pill Avenatti represents to their already shameful mission. They refuse to engage his claims or call for them to be investigated, saying only that if he has evidence he needs to present it, which is quite funny considering they’re simultaneously touting the credibility of the laughable Ramirez piece we just covered. 


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Big Picture:

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As maddening as our vagina-clad counterparts can be, they have a very convenient habit of jumping the shark. It’s as if they just can’t help themselves from going overboard and straining the last shred of credulity they enjoyed from the moderate middle.

At this point, only die-hard leftists who never cared about the truth to begin with are pushing this nonsense, and if — capitalized IF — the GOP stands strong and pushes through despite the screams of the mob, the majority of the American people WILL stand with them. I don’t care how many polls CNN puts out, no one with an IQ above room temperature takes this stuff seriously at this point.

Unfortunately, they’ve already caved to Dr. Ford, granting her a hearing on Thursday morning, 10am EST. It will be a dramatic display, to be sure, seeing as how Dims are completely reliant upon emotion (that’s what happens when you have no facts).

The GOP has the winning argument. They just need the spine to see it through.

To quote Judge Kavanaugh himself:

“I will not be intimidated into withdrawing from this process. The coordinated effort to destroy my good name will not drive me out. The vile threats of violence against my family will not drive me out. The last-minute character assassination will not succeed.”

You see that, GOP? Do what he’s doing.

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TRUMP AT THE UNITED NATIONS

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What a difference a year makes.

It wasn’t long ago that PDT stood tall before all the nations at the globalist monstrosity known as the U.N. proclaiming that Rocket Man was on the verge of “committing suicide for himself and his regime.”

Those words undoubtedly got the attention of our platform-shoed foe, as he decided within months to reach out the Trump administration in the hopes of getting a meeting, which he ultimately received.

Now, the Donald has no shortage of praise for the sociopathic communist dictator.

“Chairman Kim has been terrific,” Trump said today, insisting North Korea is “making tremendous progress.” He then told reporters he expected to meet Kim again as a follow-up to their summit in Singapore, a meeting that PDT later claimed had produced a promise from Pyongyang to begin the process of denuclearization.

 

That progress, up to this point, has been largely rhetorical and/or cosmetic. There has been satellite imagery suggesting possible work to dismantle a particular nuke site, but nothing verifiable up this point. The International Atomic Energy Agency has found no evidence that Pyongyang has dismantled any nuclear infrastructure or prepared an inventory of its arsenal, the first steps toward denuclearization. Secretary of State Pompeo has not challenged that assessment.

This is very early in the game, though, so it will be interesting to see how our relationship with the hermit kingdom develops moving forward.


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There was some good Korea-related news to come out of the U.N. today, however, as PDT and South Korean President Moonlight Inn celebrated the signing of a brand new trade agreement, marking the first time Trump has inked a bilateral trade deal with another country since taking office.
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It’s a trade deal that he’s been waiting to hammer out for quite some time now — decades in fact — which further demonstrates the utter stupidity of the “anonymous” failing New York Times piece that claimed the South Korean trade deal had been stopped by merely taking documentation off the president’s desk.
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PDT called the agreement a “historic milestone,” which it was in many ways. But the changes agreed upon — doubling the number of U.S. automobiles that can be sold in South Korea and keeping a tariff on South Korean steel in place through 2041 — were mostly aesthetic, given that a broader renegotiation requires approval from our worthless Congress.
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“This agreement will reduce bureaucracy and increase prosperity in both of our countries,” Trump said.

Sounds good to me!


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The warm words dried up, however, when it came time to address Iran.

PDT and his aides made clear he will focus his ire on Iran this week, and there were signs he is backing down from his demands for a quick withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, a position that had put him at odds with his national security team.

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National Security Adviser John Bolton said the administration is planning to keep troops in Syria until Iran withdraws its own forces from the country, outlining a strategy shift that could leave U.S. forces on the ground there indefinitely.

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“We’re not going to leave as long as Iranian troops are outside Iranian borders, and that includes Iranian proxies and militias,” Bolton told the Fake News.

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Later in the day, Secretary of Defense Mad Dog Mattis said something at the Pentagon that gave me a lot of hope; that the primary goal of U.S. troops in Syria is to defeat ISIS, which has been PDT’s goal in Syria since taking office. Mattis said their mission would be to train local forces and to prevent them from regaining a foothold in the region. Mad Dog didn’t say U.S. troops would stay until Iran withdrew its own forces, but he said there was “no daylight” between him and Bolton.

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“Part of this overarching problem is we have to address Iran,” Mattis said. “Everywhere you go in the Middle East, where there is instability, you find Iran.”

He’s not wrong. Iran funds and trains terror throughout the region and world. The pro-Western Iranian population isn’t all that crazy about it, but the theocratic regime believes it their divinely-mandated duty to advance their brand of Islam.

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That being said, there is clearly an internal battle within the Trump administration regarding foreign policy. U.S. policy until now called for withdrawing the 2,500 American troops once they and local militias in eastern Syria had defeated the last remnants of ISIS, which by all accounts is rapidly approaching. That goal was implemented by Trump himself, who declared last April that he wanted to pull out of Syria as soon as possible.

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Bolton and his allies in the administration have pushed to extend the U.S. military mission to put pressure on Tehran, which has sent troops and supported militias loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad in the country’s civil war. Iran also has stepped up its longstanding military support to Hezbollah, the anti-Israeli terrorist group in Lebanon. The decision to keep U.S. troops in Syria is also aimed at preventing Russia, which has a naval base in Syria, from gaining more of a foothold there.

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Speaking at a separate news conference, Sec of State Pompeo said PDT would use his speech to the General Assembly tomorrow to deliver “well-deserved strong words for the Iranian regime.”

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He called it “among the worst violators” of U.N. Security Council resolutions, “if not the absolute worst in the world,” adding that PDT will “call on every country to join our pressure campaign in order to thwart Iran’s global torrent of destructive activity.”

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“The United States has engaged in significant activity that has begun to counter the Iranian threat,” Pompeo said. “Today they remain the world’s largest state sponsor of terror. It is our fervent effort to make sure that that not remain the case.”

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For those of you unnerved by the nationalist/neocon struggle within the White House, perhaps this will give you warm fuzzies.

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U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley announced that PDT would repeat a theme he struck in his first General Assembly address and that has underpinned much of his foreign policy decisions: American sovereignty as the motivating force for U.S. military, economic and strategic actions overseas.

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“The United States is determined to be involved in multilateral [organizations] … where we see it, not where it infringes on the American people,” Haley said.

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To PDT’s credit, the “America First” mantra hasn’t been merely empty words. In recent months, the Trump administration has cut funds for U.N. agencies dealing with refugees and peacekeeping; withdrawn from the absurd U.N. Human Rights Council, and announced plans to slash the number of refugees who will be allowed to settle in our country.

Now THAT’S what I’M talmbout.

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Big Picture:

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There are few things I love more than watching PDT stick it to a bunch of globalists live on the world stage. By all appearances, it seems we’ll have the luxury of watching him do just that for the second consecutive year.

We’re also going to find out exactly how our foreign policy is shaping up, especially in regards to the Middle East. Hopefully by the end of the day tomorrow, we’ll have a clearer idea of our mission and where it’s headed. PDT is very much non-interventionist and so is much of his base. If he plans on keeping troops in the region to deter Iran even after the ISIS mission is complete, he’ll need to make the case to the American people why it’s worth our while.

Given the war-weary nation he inherited, it will not be an easy task. But it’s one he’s up to.

See you tomorrow, Trumpers.

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