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Or at least, his campaign was. And CNN ran headlines against Trump’s statement to that effect for months. And James Comey and James Clapper and numerous others categorically denied that any of this happened – under oath. In other words, it wasn’t just journalists being targeted.

And it’s not just wiretapping. In the very same vein we learn that Samantha Power was unmasking political opponents left and right during the campaign. The Obama administration was laundering their 4th amendment violations committed for political advantage through national security.

This is a bigger scandal than Watergate, and yet like so many other Obama era scandals, it will basically be ignored. Who hacked the election? It was Democrats.

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Ridiculous.

It is unfair, but not necessarily incorrect. I do agree that the military should be focused on victory and not bathroom politics, and in usual Trump fashion this is rather ham-handed but quickly and decisively resolves this issue.

What amuses me about the debate is that the press is taking a side that only 23% of Americans agree with, and also that the big deal is about a people group being not being allowed to potentially die for their country while there is simultaneously a people group forced to potentially die for their country – which still seems like the more important issue to me.

Trump carries his own umbrella and helps fetch their hats when they blow off.

Nice. The article particularly points out that Melania gets by with five staffers vs Michelle’s twenty four.

O’Keefe’s latest undercover work. Fantastic.

Drudge report has perfectly summed up the modern media.

Wired has a pretty balanced (surprisingly, these days) summary of the situation. Basically, if it’s done right it can really help things out, but there’s a lot of fine details that could be missed that could exacerbate the mess.

Obama’s DHS let in individuals it knew were MS-13.

El Salvador is panicking because so many gang members are returning back from the U.S.

Because it’s not related to any of the made up Russia speculation.

It’s a pretty decent list.

Trump As Claudius

Claudius was a Roman Emperor who was despised by the elites of the time for his bumbling mannerisms but managed to bring about significant financial reform despite all their efforts. Sound familiar?

The fact that the judges keep on basing their decisions on Trump’s campaign speeches seems an especially dangerous precedent. I hope the supreme court strikes this down.

It’s all made up. Former DNI Director James Clapper says there’s no evidence. Trump’s accountant has shown there’s no financial ties.

Among the Democrats who are pressing all of this:

What do they have? They have conspiracy theories. They have the testimony of a Hillary loyalist, Sally Yates, called out by name in Podesta’s emails. They have collusion between John Brennan and the Hillary campaign to manufacture this entire set of allegations.

I basically think the President should appoint a special prosecutor whenever there’s any hint of impropriety, even for something as made up as the Russia charges. So good, and it’s one more special prosecutor than Obama ever appointed – as Trump has rightly pointed out.

But there should be a second special prosecutor appointed, because there was one other scandal that became hopelessly political in Comey’s wake: the Hillary emails.

Trump has put together a bipartisan commission to look into voter fraud, which is out course an offensive move to every Democrat insistent that the election was hacked.

They want the narrative without the accountability of any sort of truth or facts.

According to a new book by Clinton insiders.

Well, it’s certainly what the media has wanted to focus on rather than the details of Democrat misbehavior that have been coming to light.

Well of course. He usurped the political power they think they’re entitled to.

By the numbers.

A lot of the left didn’t realize they were supposed to be outraged until they heard the signal.

Maxine Waters is angry because firing Comey was supposed to be Hillary’s job.

John Podesta managed to switch from advocate to angry within 7 hours.

Chuck Schumer also seems to be suffering from whiplash.

The New York Times didn’t mind when Bill Clinton did the same thing.

First the failure with the Obamacare repeal, and now he produces this garbage, which is pretty much a line item list of all the things Democrats want and none of the things Republicans want.

Paul Ryan, get it through your head that REPUBLICANS ARE THE MAJORITY PARTY IN BOTH HOUSES AND HAVE THE PRESIDENCY.

And somehow Paul Ryan thinks it’s worth fighting to the point of a government shutdown later, but not now. Dude, Democrats own the media, Republicans will never not be blamed for a shutdown.

Rush Limbaugh is right in wondering why anyone voted Republican if this is how they govern. Democrats are rightly celebrating their victory and fundraising over it.

Beautiful. I’m still not tired of watching these fireworks.