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What if congress was your co-worker.

TRUMPLAND free on Youtube! Excellent, Wonderful, Enlightening!

Here is a way to combat what the MSM doesn't say

I go around Youtube, Facebook and Twitter and post one of these at the top of a thread. When I checked on a few Youtube ones they were still at the top. It is true that some people don't want to hear the truth about Trump but not all. On Facebook I just put some things up on Sean Hannity's page and Fox news page and a couple others yesterday. I put some up on my page but I don't want to get too carried away since my family is there blah blah blah. Oh Youtube I look for titles like "This speach will give Trump the election!" smh

So here are a few that I use:

Salman Rushdie

So, to recap. Trump will go on trial in November accused of racketeering, and again in December accused of child rape. He is a sexual predator, hasn't released his tax returns, and has used his foundation's money to pay his legal fees. He has abused the family of a war hero and... oh, but let's talk about some emails Hillary didn't send from someone else's computer, that weren't a crime anyway, because that's how to choose a president. Come on, America. Focus.


Donald Trump’s Business Plan Left a Trail of Unpaid Bills

Jack O’Donnell, president of Mr. Trump’s Plaza casino in Atlantic City in the late 1980s. “Part of how he did business as a philosophy was to negotiate the best price he could. And then when it came time to pay the bills,” he said, Mr. Trump would say that “ ‘I’m going to pay you but I’m going to pay you 75% of what we agreed to.’ ”


USA Today also reported, citing data from the Department of Labor, that two of Trump's now-defunct businesses were cited 24 times beginning in 2005 for failing to pay overtime or minimum wage.
200 liens have been filed against Trump or his businesses by contractors and employees dating back to the 1980s
Trump told USA Today that he only withheld payment from contractors if he wasn't pleased with their work.
The USA Today report cited one case involving a 1990 project at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, during which New Jersey regulators found that Trump had failed to pay at least 253 subcontractors in full or on time.

"I'll beat the crap out of you'"
"Get him out!"
"I would have been boom boom boom, beat that"
"Part of the problem is no one wants to hurt anyone anymore."
In response to a violent altercation at one oof his rallies, "The audience hit back and that's what we need a little bit more of"
He said he would look into paying the legal fees of a man who was charged with assault after attacking a protestr"
"I'd like to punch him in the face"
Trump neglected, however, to mention his own connection to the videos, released by James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas tax-exempt group. According to a list of charitable donations made by Trump‘s controversial foundation (provided to the Washington Post in April by Trump’s campaign), on May 13, 2015, it gave $10,000 to Project Veritas.
CREDIT: Washington Post
From <https://thinkprogress.org/trump-funded-james-okeefe-53015c2f44b6#.cgs84de2u>

Oh and this one sometimes too but usually if someone fights with me and won't quit.


Low IQ & Conservative Beliefs Linked to Prejudice

research finds that children with low intelligence are more likely to hold prejudiced attitudes as adults. These findings point to a vicious cycle, according to lead researcher Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario. Low-intelligence adults tend to gravitate toward socially conservative ideologies, the study found. Those ideologies, in turn, stress hierarchy and resistance to change, attitudes that can contribute to prejudice, Hodson wrote in an email to LiveScience.

We shouldn't be waiting until the DOJ finishes its inquiry into these emails. We should

be waiting until the appropriate group finishes its inquiry into the DOJ.

This fake email hunt is really pissing me off.

The Anthony Weiner scandal was from 2011. What are they doing with the emails now????

Doesn't this not look like a bad set up or what?

I still say that we need to attack those that attack us right back. If they have no

ramifications for doing what they do what will make them stop. Certainly not morals.

I am specifically referring to;

Rep. Chaffetz Promises ‘Years’ Of Clinton Investigations If She’s Elected

It is not OK to just sit by as this happens. We have all sorts of investigative sources at our side to dig into these slime balls backgrounds and let them feel first hand what they do to others.

So if anyone thinks this is not a good idea please tell me a better one.

This is me>>>>>>>>>

Look at some of Chaffetz's tweets. He and the rest of the blood hounds deserve

to be hounded right back. I wonder how well their efforts to destroy Hillary will be if we set up a concerted effort to destroy them?

We, as Democrats do not usually think about doing these kinds of things. But I am telling you if they don't stop harassing President Clinton I think their dirty laundry should be hung out to dry on every news and social media site.

Here are some of the little dirt bag's tweets:

Jason Chaffetzz ‏@RepChaffetz Oct 27
I'll never vote for a nasty woman. Too independent, too many opinions of their own.

Jason Chaffetzz ‏@RepChaffetz 10 Oct 2015
hey girl, think @reddit will invite me to do an #AMA? I'm an open book! Except for butt stuff, don't ask me about butt stuff #jasonchaffetz

Jason Chaffetzz Retweeted
Jose Acevedo ‏@Josevedo 13 Oct 2015
"What about the fact that no one wants to fuck you Bernie?" - Anderson Cooper #DemDebate

(Anderson Cooper did not say that!)

Ha Ha! Media Matters, "Sean Hannity Is One Step Away From Hosting Bigfoot To Smear The Clintons"

Hannity had this guy on his show tonight! What a dork!

Hannity Is Convinced Former Editor For Defunct Tabloid Weekly World News Worked As "Fixer" For Clinton

Hannity has become such a pathetic clown!

Check out the front page from one day, "Hillary Clinton Adopts Alien Baby"

Aug 2016 Newsweek. Trump got a lot more than 1 million from his dad. His business practices

were pretty pathetic. It is a long but interesting read.

"He is also pretty good at self-deception, and plain old deception. Trump is willing to claim success even when it is not there, according to his own statements. “I’m just telling you, you wouldn’t say that you're failing,” he said in a 2007 deposition when asked to explain why he would give an upbeat assessment of his business even if it was in trouble. “If somebody said, ‘How you doing?’ you're going to say you're doing good.” Perhaps such dissembling is fine in polite cocktail party conversation, but in the business world it’s called lying."


"And while Trump is quick to boast that his purported billions prove his business acumen, his net worth is almost unknowable given the loose standards and numerous outright misrepresentations he has made over the years. In that 2007 deposition, Trump said he based estimates of his net worth at times on “psychology” and “my own feelings.” But those feelings are often wrong—in 2004, he presented unaudited financials to Deutsche Bank while seeking a loan, claiming he was worth $3.5 billion. The bank concluded Trump was, to say the least, puffing; it put his net worth at $788 million, records show. (Trump personally guaranteed $40 million of the loan to his company, so Deutsche coughed up the money. He later defaulted on that commitment.)"


"The next year, he moved to Manhattan from the outer boroughs, still largely dependent on Daddy. In 1972, Trump’s father brought him into a limited partnership that developed and owned a senior citizen apartment complex in East Orange, New Jersey. Fred Trump owned 75 percent, but two years later shrunk his ownership to 27 percent by turning over the rest of his stake to two entities controlled by his son. Another two years passed, and then Fred Trump named him the beneficiary of a $1 million trust that provided him with $1.3 million in income (2015 dollars) over the next five years. In 1978, he boosted his son’s fortunes again, hiring him as a consultant to help sell his ownership interest in a real estate partnership to the Grandcor Company and Port Electric Supply Corp. The deal was enormously lucrative for Donald Trump, particularly since it just fell into his lap thanks to his family. Under the deal, Grandcor agreed to pay him an additional $190,000, while Port Electric kicked in $228,500. (The payments were made over several years, but the value in present-day dollars on the final sum he received is $10.4 million.)


"When she took everybody out of Iraq....(something horrible)" He talks like she is the Queen!

I think he doesn't know how Washington works. I wonder if he could name the 3 branches of government.

I don't think he knows!
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