February 25, 2018

Trump Said He Would Never Let the NRA Down

But did he ever tell the American people he would never let them down concerning their right to keep and bear arms?

It appears that some gun groups are not so eager to cede “reasonable” rights restrictions to the Leftists. Guns America seems to be stating, at least one writer, that, “I’m feeling a bit let down this week.” They are feeling a bit let down this week because Trump, who will do whatever the NRA tells him to (I wonder who tells the NRA what to do? Or is it the other way around?) is determined to ban “bump stocks,” increase the background check system with a special focus on mental illness (Fix NICS Act), and he supports fascist Feinstein’s proposal to prohibit anyone under the age of 21 from buying a “long gun.” (But I thought it was the hand guns that had the mind to kill people?).

Trump is proving to be no different than any other lying politician. He is also beginning to show his true colors for the anti-gun person that he has always been. He is doing what all the other liars in Washington said shouldn’t be done and that’s “knee-jerk” emotional reaction to a tragic event.

If Donald Trump and his cronies at the NRA actually believed what they said about guns and how “guns don’t kill people, people kill people,” they would be addressing the real problems that drive this insane, out-of-control, immoral society riddled with anger, hatred, and violence as is on display everywhere in America. But they are not.

Nothing that Trump, or the idiots in his anti-Second Amendment corner, are proposing will prevent another school shooting. They know that but whether you want to believe it or not, they are telling all of us they don’t care and they don’t believe all the rhetoric they deliver for the purposes of garnering votes and stealing support money from the masses. Can’t any of you see that the United States Government is the perpetrators here?

And through all of this, Trump, like a good little fascist criminal, will push more extensive background checks that will include better efforts to keep guns out of the hands of the “mentally ill.” But we are too stupid and have had our ability to think and reason bred out of us to ask why we would trust a proven criminal government entity to decide who is “mentally ill” (dangerous – wink-wink) and then have their guns taken away from them? The damned Government is more insane than the rest of us and yet we “trust” that they are going to do the right thing and make sure “mentally ill” people don’t have a gun?

Just like all other “reasonable” restrictions (those the NRA heavily promotes with your kind donations) on a person’s right to self-protection, none of this will do one damned thing to prevent another school shooting or a shooting of any kind.

Is there anything that can be done or said to convince people of their blind ignorance in this matter?

NOPE!

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Trump’s “True” Colors Shining Through

There are lyrics to a song that begin this way: “I see your true colors shining through…” True Colors can be good or bad. It appears that we are now beginning to see the “true” colors of Donald Trump and many other “FAKE” Second Amendment supporters according to their anti Second Amendment actions following the staged school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

Back in June of 2015, I posted on this website, and took an immense amount of grief from idiotic, blinded, and as a result, fake Second Amendment clowns, that Donald Trump supported a ban on “assault weapons” and that he supported longer waiting periods in which to purchase a gun. Of course, his political game, like a chameleon, changed its colors to become anything necessary to get elected. This is nothing new by politicians because every last one of them is a filthy, rotten, corrupt son-of-a-bitch.

In that posting, I provided a quote by Trump: “I generally oppose gun control, but I support the ban on assault weapons and I support a slightly longer waiting period to purchase a gun. With today’s Internet technology we should be able to tell within 72-hours if a potential gun owner has a record.”

From my perspective, the insanity that has followed the Parkland, Florida shooting is not about how to make the world we live in safer. It’s about mindlessly duped millions of people doing the bidding for corrupt bastards bent on complete control over everything we do. The brainwashing that has gone on for many years now has rendered a mass of automatonic sheep eager to cut their own throats because they no longer have the ability to think cognitively. It’s the epitome of cognitive dissonance, and what makes this brand of cognitive dissonance so effective for the Global Power Structure that promotes it, is that while they stick bamboo shoots under their fingernails and stand in white-hot coals of fire, they are thoughtless and unaware of what they do, feeling no pain.

But why the guns? Is there any other item that exists in our world that excites such idiotic, emotional behavior that doesn’t involve animals? I don’t think so.

What boils my blood is to watch these people act and react. Essentially, I have stopped watching, reading, and listening to mainstream media. Most of us know it is horseshit but due to our ongoing mind control, we simply continue watching it anyway. It’s some kind of perverse addiction. I stopped because I finally realized how angry it makes me – not the content of lies being heaped upon the masses (mostly because I recognize the lies while most don’t) but because people believe it and react accordingly. That is all part of the plan.

This morning I sat down on the living room sofa and turned on the local news. I actually wanted to catch a weather report because it has been so warm here. Because it is a Florida television station, it was a vibrant display of panic, emotionalism, idiocy, blather, poppycock, and everything that turns your stomach causing uncontrolled wretching. I could, but I couldn’t, believe what I was hearing about a school shooting, guns and the need to do something. As one member of the zombies stated, “We have to do SOMETHING!”

It angers me that people actually believe that banning a special kind of gun, any gun or all guns will stop violence and crime. What an incredible job the propagandists have done! This failure to launch brains is not relegated only to the mentally deranged “Left.” It is shared by most all, but due to the “Right’s” higher ground attitude, and a false belief and understanding that “reasonable” restrictions on a person’s God-given right to choose how best to protect themselves from not only some programmed, deranged, subhuman, troglodyte shooting up a school full of children but just as much from the damned evil bastards operating out of Washington, D.C., that we see a continued “reasonable” assassination of my God-given right to decide for myself how I will protect myself, my property and my family.

But, why the guns? Banning guns won’t stop violent crime from occurring. We have made strict laws to ban illicit drugs and the sale of them. It has done nothing to stop the use of people-killing drugs. The Federal Government declared a “war on drugs.” Has that stopped the use of drugs and the tens of thousands of useless deaths directly and indirectly related to drugs? No! We have made laws that a person can’t use a vehicle to murder people, run them over in a crowd. Has any of that stopped the action? No! We have made it a crime to drive drunk and declare it vehicular manslaughter when a drunk causes another’s death. Has that stopped drunk driving? But, somehow the servitude is trained to believe guns are different in basic human psychology.

I could go on and on but for those beyond hope, nothing I say will get them to understand the ignorance and their lack of thinking. They have been programmed to be this way. We must attack the guns. We must always attack the guns. Sense and sensibility be damned!!! Attack the guns and thusly my right to choose.

Brainwashed, sheep cannot and will not see how political this all is for a purpose far bigger than protecting children in a gun free zone. They won’t address the real problem because it points a finger directly at themselves.

The cries go out to “ban assault weapons” and yet if you ask them what an assault weapon is none could tell you. Why? Because even the lawmakers don’t know. It was designed that way. To some, an “assault weapon” could be a wet noodle. To others, it’s an intercontinental ballistic missile loaded with a nuclear warhead. Not defining what an assault weapon is, provides leeway for criminals in Washington to do as they please, when they please, and how they please. It is how our laws are deliberately written. It’s part of the rigged system.

Here’s an example of such. President Trump is someone most Trump supporters believe is a staunch advocate for the Second Amendment. I have written recently and showed examples of how so-called gun rights advocates think that because Donald Trump is president, gun sales have dropped and people think the threat to disarmament no longer exists.

Trump is not a good advocate of the Second Amendment. The NRA is not a good advocate of the Second Amendment. Most outdoor sportsmen are not good advocates for the Second Amendment.

Are we to believe that Trump so much cares that innocent people are getting shot by deranged people his answer is to send out a “memorandum” and instructs his Attorney General to seek a ban on “assault-type weapons” and a clearer definition of “machinegun?”

But, I thought Trump, the NRA, all the other fake Second Amendment groups, along with sportsmen, substantiate their belief in the right to keep and bear arms by telling the world it’s not the guns that are killing people. If they believe that why do they persist in giving that right of choice away? Why then don’t the go after the real problem? I know why, but do you?

Proverbs 29:18 reads: “Where there is no vision, the people decay…” (some use the word perish instead of decay). I think one can expound on that just a bit without changing the meaning and clarify that if there is the wrong vision, the people will perish too.

Some choose to believe this is the greatest country on earth. Perhaps, but one has to wonder if that belief wouldn’t be dashed a bit if the many masses actually knew the truth of things.

There have been ample opportunities for the right leader to step forward and lead while providing the people the right vision. I understand that because he is nothing more than a puppet, a president cannot lead in the right way and live. The problem, as we have seen in Parkland, Florida isn’t because somebody has failed to define what a machine gun is. It’s because the vision for this country is wrong. Trump has had a chance. Obama had his chances. Bush many times could have worked to right the vision. It goes on and on.

Changing the Second Amendment, limiting my right to choose, any of man’s laws will not change anything. The vision must include addressing the problems of an immoral society, driven by lust, greed, hatred, anger, fear, etc. Our leaders exemplify the wrong vision. The people want so badly to follow, they will do exactly that. The leaders have the wrong vision and it matters not because the people will always follow.

Trump has an opportunity to use his position to begin to address the real problem. But he won’t. He can’t. Instead, with the help of mindless automatons, he will work with those who will diminish my legal rights to self-defense and their work will make the world a more dangerous place to live. Anyone who speaks only of addressing guns and not our decayed society is part of the problem.

People like Trump and those that make the laws that keep us in our places, get to have all the protection their filthy money can buy. And you cannot see how wrong all of this is.

I’m sorry!

Edited on 2/21/2018 at 6:04 p.m.

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Terrorist Training Camp Will Remain Open?

Presidential Executive Order on Protecting America Through Lawful Detention of Terrorists

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1.  Findings.  (a)  Consistent with long-standing law of war principles and applicable law, the United States may detain certain persons captured in connection with an armed conflict for the duration of the conflict.

(b)  Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) and other authorities authorized the United States to detain certain persons who were a part of or substantially supported al-Qa’ida, the Taliban, or associated forces engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners.  Today, the United States remains engaged in an armed conflict with al?Qa’ida, the Taliban, and associated forces, including with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

(c)  The detention operations at the U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay are legal, safe, humane, and conducted consistent with United States and international law.

(d)  Those operations are continuing given that a number of the remaining individuals at the detention facility are being prosecuted in military commissions, while others must be detained to protect against continuing, significant threats to the security of the United States, as determined by periodic reviews.

(e)  Given that some of the current detainee population represent the most difficult and dangerous cases from among those historically detained at the facility, there is significant reason for concern regarding their reengagement in hostilities should they have the opportunity.

Sec. 2.  Status of Detention Facilities at U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay.  (a)  Section 3 of Executive Order 13492 of January 22, 2009 (Review and Disposition of Individuals Detained at the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base and Closure of Detention Facilities), ordering the closure of detention facilities at U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay, is hereby revoked.

(b)  Detention operations at U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay shall continue to be conducted consistent with all applicable United States and international law, including the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005.

(c)  In addition, the United States may transport additional detainees to U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay when lawful and necessary to protect the Nation.

(d)  Within 90 days of the date of this order, the Secretary of Defense shall, in consultation with the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of National Intelligence, and the heads of any other appropriate executive departments and agencies as determined by the Secretary of Defense, recommend policies to the President regarding the disposition of individuals captured in connection with an armed conflict, including policies governing transfer of individuals to U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay.

(e)  Unless charged in or subject to a judgment of conviction by a military commission, any detainees transferred to U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay after the date of this order shall be subject to the procedures for periodic review established in Executive Order 13567 of March 7, 2011 (Periodic Review of Individuals Detained at Guantánamo Bay Naval Station Pursuant to the Authorization for Use of Military Force), to determine whether continued law of war detention is necessary to protect against a significant threat to the security of the United States.

Sec. 3.  Rules of Construction.  (a)  Nothing in this order shall prevent the Secretary of Defense from transferring any individual away from the U.S. Naval Station Guantánamo Bay when appropriate, including to effectuate an order affecting the disposition of that individual issued by a court or competent tribunal of the United States having lawful jurisdiction.

(b)  Nothing in this order shall be construed to affect existing law or authorities relating to the detention of United States citizens, lawful permanent residents of the United States, or any persons who are captured or arrested in the United States.

(c)  Nothing in this order shall prevent the Attorney General from, as appropriate, investigating, detaining, and prosecuting a terrorist subject to the criminal laws and jurisdiction of the United States.

Sec. 4.  General Provisions.  (a)  Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i)   the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii)  the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b)  This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c)  This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

DONALD J. TRUMP

THE WHITE HOUSE,
January 30, 2018.

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Black Activists Respond to President Trump’s First State of the Union Address

Press Release from the National Center for Public Policy Research:

Trump Congratulated on “Well-Written and Well-Delivered Speech” to “Make Americans Freer, Happier and Even More Prosperous”

Washington, DC  Following President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, black activists with the Project 21 leadership network are available for comment.

In tonight’s address, President Trump spoke of a “new American moment” in which “[t]here has never been a better time to start living the American Dream.” He touted the approximately 3 million workers receiving bonuses tied to his tax reform package as well as his desire for “every American to know the dignity of a hard day’s work.” He also said: “Americans love their country, and they deserve a government that shows them the same love and loyalty in return.”

During the address, which touched on divisive issues including immigration, taxes and national security, President Trump asked lawmakers “to set aside our differences, to seek out common ground, and to summon the unity we need to deliver for the people we were elected to serve.”

Here are some of the immediate reactions from Project 21 members about the President’s speech:

  • “Tonight, President Trump reminded us that – by following the principles of freedom and liberty – America has experienced unprecedented growth that includes the lowest black unemployment rate in a generation, the fastest stock market growth in decades and GDP growth not seen in recent times. While major challenges remain, his stewardship over the last year makes it clear that we can build on these achievements and make Americans freer, happier and even more prosperous.” – Horace Cooper, co-chairman of Project 21, a former leadership staff member in the U.S. House of Representatives and former constitutional law professor. 

 

  • “President Trump wasn’t just presidential tonight. He highlighted the accomplishments of his first year while calling attention to our desperate need for bipartisan legislation to solve systemic problems facing the nation. At crucial moments, however, liberals failed to rise to the occasion – often withholding their applause or approval. Why wouldn’t liberals cheer on the lowest black unemployment rate in 17 years? Or the President’s resolve to eradicate the scourge of MS-13 killing innocent Americans?” – Stacy Washington, co-chairman of Project 21, a syndicated talk radio host on the American Family Radio and Urban Family Talk networks and a U.S. Air Force veteran. 

 

  • “President Trump’s State of the Union address tonight showed a president transitioning into the role of Commander-in-Chief. The country is currently very divided, and this speech went a long way in trying to repair that divide. I congratulate President Trump for a well-written and well-delivered speech.” –Christopher Arps, Project 21 member, a principal with Red Tail Strategies and co-founder of the Move-On-Up.org black social network.

 

  • “With a record of helping create 2.3 million jobs, tax reform, historic stock market gains and taking care of our veterans, he’s got a lot of accomplishments. Like him or love him, he’s getting the job done with flying colors.” – Rich Holt, Project 21 member and political campaign strategist.

 

  • “Whether you love him or hate him, President Donald Trump deserves to celebrate – brag, if you will – about his administration’s accomplishments. Yet, when the President brought attention to black unemployment being at historic lows, members of the Congressional Black Caucus remained seated with angry faces – without even a hint or gesture of acknowledging such wonderful news. One would think they would applaud the fact that many of their constituents are now gainfully employed. It shows just how ineffective black congressional leadership is on the left, and drives home the point that President Trump didn’t have to meet with the CBC in order to do for its constituents what the CBC members themselves were repeatedly unable to accomplish.” – Derryck Green, Ph.D. , Project 21 member with a doctorate in theology and spiritual leadership. 

 

  • “President Trump promised to encourage us with a message that would help build a safe, strong and prosperous America. He delivered! During this speech, he praised our flag, patriotism and religious liberty. This is a message for all Americans, and it instills pride in each of us. The message of the night was good news for every American, and provides reasons why we must live and work together to keep our nation prosperous and strong.” – Emery McClendon, Project 21 member and a Tea Party movement organizer who won Americans for Prosperity’s “Activist of the Year” award.
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Rinse and Repeat: Trump’s Failure In Making Nominations

Finally, somebody else who seems a bit miffed at the idea that the Trump Administration if seriously falling down on the job in the President’s inability to make important nominations, including a director for the Fish and Wildlife Service.

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A year into his presidency, Donald Trump has not filled more than 600 important jobs in the executive branch and hasn’t nominated anyone for more than a third of those positions. These gaps at the upper levels of leadership threaten the immediate and future effectiveness of the federal government and could cause problems that will linger for years.

The director jobs at the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Geological Survey have no nominees.<<<Read More>>>

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Nine Members of NPS Advisory Board Quit

*Editor’s Note* – Trump gets an “F” when it comes to making his nominations for key positions, especially with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, BLM and others. However, having 9 members of the National Park Service advisory board quit may not be such a bad thing. As a matter of fact, maybe it is time to disband this and other useless “advisory” boards because the purpose of their existence and the efforts they carry out are contrary to most everything American. For example, the NPS advisory board works directly and indirectly with certain programs within the United Nations to appoint certain parcels of land/historic sites for the purpose of a systematic ceding of control of such nominated lands (national monuments, parks, and historic sites) to the United Nations. I doubt this is what the majority of Americans want but I’m sure, due to their ignorance, they haven’t a clue about any of this.

BUT DON’T GO LOOK!

“Three-quarters of the members of a federally chartered board advising the National Park Service abruptly quit Monday night out of frustration that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke had refused to meet with them or convene a single meeting last year.

The resignation of nine out of 12 National Park System Advisory Board members leaves the federal government without a functioning body to designate national historic or natural landmarks. It also underscores the extent to which federal advisory bodies have become marginalized under the Trump administration. In May 2017, Zinke suspended all outside committees while his staff reviewed their composition and work.”<<<Read More>>>

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Give Trump an “F” When It Comes to Department Head Nominations

It’s been one year since “Make America Great Again” took office in the White House. It’s been one year and the man has failed miserably in his ability to nominate a Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or the head of the Bureau of Land Management.

Some may think these appointments (nominations) aren’t that significant. However, when we read the letter I posted earlier today about actions by the BLM that effectively caused the mistrial of Cliven Bundy and others, one has to wonder what kind of leadership exists or has existed in the department in the past.

Perhaps placing nominations to head the USFWS and the BLM are more important than an assistant to the deputy of the vice deputy to represent the powder puff convention?

Why the wait?

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If We’d Made The Investment, It Would Be Even Colder?

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Trump dramatically SHRINKS Bears Ears National Monument

  • President announced plans Monday in Utah to shrink two sprawling Utah national monuments by nearly two-thirds after Obama expanded them
  • Trump plans to shrink Bears Ears National Monument by nearly 85 percent and reduce Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by almost half
  • Move is being called illegal by environmental groups and will be opposed by some, but not all, Native American groups
  • Trump said on his way out of Washington that his decision is a victory for ‘state’s rights’
  • A Navajo Democratic county commissioner told Trump’s audience that expanding the monuments had put her ancestral lands off-limits
  • Riot police dispersed protesters outside a Mormon charity food-distribution center as Trump spoke to church leaders inside<<<Read More>>>

Hopefully, the president will not stop here and will reduce or eliminate many more.

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Nine Months And Still No Director Appointed to Fish And Wildlife Service

Perhaps if Trump spent less time Tweeting and saying nasty things to and about people his administration could actually accomplish something. Perhaps the greatest presidency to offer lip service while accomplishing nothing, the Trump Administration, including his inept Secretary of Interior, have yet to even nominate a director for the Fish and Wildlife Service.

This guy would fit the bill and blend right in with the rest of Trump’s do-dunks.

Sorry Yogi. Didn’t intend to offend you by lumping you in with the rest of the Trump Administration.

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