The Art Of The Comeback: #Debate Winner @RealDonaldTrump – #Debate Loser Paul Ryan

Update: “Free at last, Free at last” we wrote below, about where Trump is now, quoting the Negro spiritual. Donald J. Trump sings along now:

As Establishment GOP Backs Away, Trump Says ‘The Shackles Have Been Taken Off Me’

As the Republican establishment backs away from him, Donald Trump says he now feels like “the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to.” [snip]

Speaking of Ryan, Trump tweeted. “Our very weak and ineffective leader, Paul Ryan, had a bad conference call where his members went wild at his disloyalty. Despite winning the second debate in a landslide (every poll), it is hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!”

On Monday, Trump said of the speaker: “Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee.”

Donald J. Trump tried to make peace. When Ryan and the rest of the GOP establishment pretended to accept unity, the polls showed a president Trump would have a GOP House and GOP Senate. Now with the Ryan back stab the House and Senate will be lost to the Republicans if Trump loses. Trump voters will not vote for back stabbers of Trump. Ayotte, Heck, Kirk, McCain, will lose then drag down the House members. Either Ryan and the back stabbers surrender to the GOP voters or they will die political deaths not only of themselves but of their entire party.

The only solution is for Trump to attack the ruling political class regardless of alleged party ties. It was always going to have to be this way. Trump is the Final Avenger destined to destroy the ruling political class. As Trump attacks the ruling class wing of the GOP the back stabbers’ choice will be to submit to the will of the voters who support Trump or face destruction. Trump is no chump. Trump knows how to fight. Trump wrote the Art of the Deal. Trump negotiates from strength.

Trump has not forgotten McCain:

Trump will destroy the GOP establishment and the ruling political class:

Donald J. Trump will teach them. Donald J. Trump voters will teach them with finality.


Big Media is in shock. As we wrote, Donald J. Trump used the second debate to demonstrate command (circa Monica Lewinsky Bill Clinton) of the issues and situation to stage a massive comeback. Hillary2016 once again proved to be massively stupid in their move away from policy (where Hillary is supposed to be strong) to a gutter street fight about sex (which is where Trump’s decades long tabloid personality was honed) in Trump’s comfort zone. Hillary’s stupid Tweet played right into Trump’s hands at the debate and enabled Trump to go after Bill Clinton’s “horrific” activities in the White House.

Trump beat Bill Clinton like a rented mule, thanks to Hillary’s ill-advised Tweet. Trump’s best line to our ears was the bit about Lincoln.

It was an ad-lib line that devastated Hillary’s well prepared, over rehearsed nonsense to explain away the ‘ya gotta say one thing to rich donors behind closed Wall Street doors and another thing to the yokels in public who want to be pandered to’. Others cite the ‘I’ll appoint a special prosecutor’ line or the “because you’d be in jail” by Trump as their favorite moment.

But neither the Lincoln nor the special prosecutor lines should take away from Trump’s great moment of emancipation.

Donald J. Trump is, in the words of the old Negro spiritual “Free at last, Free at last.” At the debate Sunday night Donald J. Trump liberated himself from the toxic Republican Congress that enables Barack Obama. Trump said, And I’ll be honest, I am so disappointed in congressmen, including Republicans, for allowing this to happen.

That is a moment of liberation. Like Bill Clinton with “triangulation” Donald Trump rebuilds the Republican Party by discarding the establishment of the Republican Party. This is a war that always needed to happen. Donald J. Trump sounds the death knell of the ruling political class and that includes the Republican Party ruling class. The establishment of the Republican Party knows Trump is a threat to them. That is why so many used the video as an excuse to attack Trump. Today, Paul Ryan, the illegal immigration amnesty advocate declared he will not help Donald Trump nor campaign with Donald Trump.

Donald J. Trump has already responded with a fist in the face:

Paul Ryan is a dope. He somehow thinks he can attack Donald J. Trump and get away with it. But Donald J. Trump is a fighter. Worse, for Paul Ryan and the establishment, Donald Trump voters love a fight too. Donald Trump voters will vote for Trump and abandon the Quisling Republican Party ruling class that reigns over disaster. Paul Ryan somehow thinks he can denounce Trump and Trump voters won’t care. Paul Ryan is a back stabbing weasel who leads the Republican majority into peril:

Trump’s Solid Debate Could Hurt GOP Defectors
Their hasty repudiation of the candidate may cost them the votes of his supporters

The Re­pub­lic­an pan­ic was pre­ma­ture.[snip]

After the Trump tape leaked Fri­day af­ter­noon and gen­er­ated non­stop cable-news cov­er­age, many Re­pub­lic­ans had a col­lect­ive pan­ic at­tack. In­stead of wait­ing to see polling on how voters would re­act, many chose to cut bait with their nom­in­ee. The Re­pub­lic­an Na­tion­al Com­mit­tee, which has been re­li­ably boost­ing Trump since he locked the nom­in­a­tion, re­mained si­lent. [snip]

Re­pub­lic­an party lead­ers have been grap­pling with an un­com­fort­able real­ity: Their most re­li­able voters are en­tirely dis­con­nec­ted from the GOP lead­er­ship. The grass­roots don’t in­ter­pret these con­tro­ver­sies the same way as the party elite. The res­ults of a Politico/Morn­ing Con­sult on­line pan­el sur­vey, con­duc­ted in the im­me­di­ate af­ter­math of the re­lease of the Trump tape, il­lus­trated this dy­nam­ic in stark terms. A whop­ping 74 per­cent of GOP re­spond­ents wanted party of­fi­cials to con­tin­ue to stand by Trump; only 13 per­cent dis­agreed. The one-day poll, con­duc­ted on Sat­urday, showed Trump trail­ing Clin­ton by only 4 points.

At the same time, sev­er­al top Re­pub­lic­an elec­ted of­fi­cials, from House Speak­er Paul Ry­an to Nevada GOP Sen­ate nom­in­ee Joe Heck, were booed when they re­buked Trump in cam­paign ap­pear­ances Sat­urday. In­deed, the Re­pub­lic­an polit­ic­al grave­yard is littered with can­did­ates who took on Trump only to see their polit­ic­al ca­reers im­plode. Ted Cruz was so polit­ic­ally dam­aged after re­fus­ing to en­dorse Trump at the con­ven­tion that he back­tracked months later in hopes of sal­va­ging his polit­ic­al stand­ing back home.

For months, the polit­ic­al cal­cu­la­tion for swing-state Re­pub­lic­ans was to sup­port Trump but not en­dorse him. That for­mu­la­tion was re­mark­ably awk­ward, but it was work­ing. Most Re­pub­lic­an can­did­ates were run­ning well ahead of Trump, even in the midst of his many con­tro­ver­sies. Be­fore the Trump tape, anti-Trump Re­pub­lic­ans were still likely to show up at the polls and vote for Re­pub­lic­an can­did­ates lower on the bal­lot. Trump voters were sat­is­fied that even these luke­warm sup­port­ers were with their can­did­ate, and would re­ward them ac­cord­ingly. Both those as­sump­tions are now in flux.

The anti-Trump Re­pub­lic­ans now could simply stay home out of dis­en­chant­ment with their party’s weak-kneed re­sponse to the em­bar­rass­ing tape. Or Trump sup­port­ers could pun­ish new de­fect­ors like Heck and Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hamp­shire by leav­ing the down-bal­lot por­tion of their bal­lot blank. It’s a worst-case scen­ario that was pre­vent­able if the can­did­ates had just held out for one more month.

At Tues­day’s de­bate, Trump proved that he’s the same can­did­ate that he’s been all along—and more ag­gress­ive and nimble than he was in the first de­bate. That was enough to shut down any dis­cus­sion of him drop­ping out of the race. But now the GOP has to worry that by im­puls­ively break­ing their Faus­ti­an bar­gain be­cause of a dec­ade-old video­tape, they may have cost them­selves con­trol of the Sen­ate.

It’s not just the senate in peril now. If Trump voters decide by even a small margin to dump Ayotte, Heck, Kirk, and the rest of the Quislings in the senate, the cascade effect will also take down the House majority. Paul Ryan and the rest of the Quislings could have given Trump a chance to explain himself before a national debate audience before “impulsively” attacking Donald Trump. But such is the fear of the ruling class that the Republican establishment thought they could kill Donald Trump without facing the guillotine and the wrath of the people.

The GOP Quisling ruling class did not act “impulsively”. They acted with relish. It was the perfumed nobility of the ruling class behind their Versailles windows plotting to crush the revolution that threatens to engulf their world in flames. Likewise, Roger Simon gets it wrong when he declares the GOP establishment cowardly politicians. It’s not cowardice. It is calculation. The ruling class thinks it can squash the revolution with a little sex, lies, and videotape:

Panicky GOP Leaders Should Come Home after Trump Wins Debate #2

I was disturbed so many Republican leaders deserted Donald Trump within hours of the publication of the now infamous 2005 video, though I wasn’t surprised. Most politicians are cowards, prone to panic. But they didn’t stop to think. [snip]

No doubt many of those Republican leaders are now weighing their choices. Should I go back? What if more garbage comes out? (It will, but so what?) What if I remain a Trump critic? Will he be vindictive if he wins?

There is no need to fear a “vindictive” victorious Trump. What the ruling political class has to fear are the people in the streets, not shouting “bread, bread, we want bread” but rather “change, change, we want change!!!” It is Trump VOTERS the ruling class must fear. Trump voters will turn their wrath on the Quisling ruling class and run them out like fire drives out vermin.

Donald J. Trump at the second debate stoked the fires of revolutionary change. Big Media and their cohort ruling class vermin are terrified. Many advised Trump to not bring forth Bill Clinton sex scandals. Trump did not listen to them. Trump staged a clever press conference before the debate with women who claim Bill Clinton attacked them. These women then appeared at the debate with the effect that the Clintons dared not risk a trip to the “spin room” afterwards. Expect these women to show up at the next debate to act as wolfbane and garlic against vampires. As we wrote, it was foolish of Hillary2016 to attack Trump on sex:

They will continue with their Pussy riot. At that point we will discard all our previously held opinions which are that sex scandals against the Clintons don’t profit Republicans. At that point Donald J. Trump can make a very spirited and successful attack against Bill Clinton’s predatory behaviors and Hillary Clinton’s defense of same. Republicans will finally get the fight on sex they always wanted. This time they will finally win.

It was 3 to 1 against Trump. The moderators again unfair. Martha Raddatz morphed into Candy Crowley and Lester Holt as she argued with Trump about Syria. A Mitt Romney or another weak candidate would have bowed before the power of the Big Media moderator. But Donald J. Trump fought back and mocked Raddatz’s shouts that there were reasons to warn ISIS about attacks to come in Syria. Common sense Trump stood by his strong stance that warning the enemy of an attack to come is entirely foolish.

Now the fight will continue. Trump, as demonstrated in his slap to Paul Ryan, will continue to pummel the Quisling ruling political class on illegal immigration. It will be a fight to the finish with Hillary’s dream of “open borders” as the atomic bomb. Paul Ryan will continue to fight for “open borders” too because that is the dream of the Chamber of Commerce low wage “dreamers”.

Donald J. Trump won the second debate and set the stage to win the third debate and the election. For a man who was pronounced dead by idiots such as Ben Smith who called it vindication for Big Media, it was an amazing performance.

Bill Clinton, the original triangulator, called himself the “comeback kid”. But the Comeback King is Donald J. Trump. No surprise. Donald J. Trump wrote the book. At the second debate Donald J. Trump lived his book. It was the Art Of The Comeback come to life.


108 thoughts on “The Art Of The Comeback: #Debate Winner @RealDonaldTrump – #Debate Loser Paul Ryan

  1. More Wikileaks emails out today:

    Bill and Chelsea Clinton’s “office crap” nearly drove the Clinton Foundation’s chief operating officer to commit suicide in 2011, according to hacked emails released by WikiLeaks.

    Former President Bill Clinton’s chief adviser at the time, Doug Band, sent an email to the former president’s staff involved with the Clinton Foundation that he talked the nonprofit’s COO, Laura Graham, out of ending her life.

    “Late last night, laura graham called me as she couldn’t reach my brother or her shrink,” Band wrote in a Dec. 2011 email chain discussing the Clinton Foundation’s “infrastructure.”

    “She was on staten island in her car parked a few feet from the waters edge with her foot on the gas pedal and the car in park,” he wrote. “She called me to tell me the stress of all of this office crap with wjc and cvc as well as that of her family had driven her to the edge and she couldn’t take it anymore.”

  2. More Wikileaks emails:

    In a private 2013 speech, Hillary Clinton worried about the risk of “jihadists” entering Jordan with “legitimate refugees” because “they can’t possibly vet all those refugees.”

    Clinton today wants to increase the amount of Syrian refugees the United States takes in by 55,000 annually. She believes that the U.S. refugee screening process is comprehensive enough to catch potential jihadists trying to enter the country, though FBI Director James Comey has said that the vetting process is severely limited by a lack of available data.

    “So I think you’re right to have gone to the places that you visited because there’s a discussion going on now across the region to try to see where there might be common ground to deal with the threat posed by extremism, and particularly with Syria, which has everyone quite worried, Jordan because it’s on their border and they have hundreds of thousands of refugees and they can’t possibly vet all those refugees,” Clinton said before the Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago during an October 2013 lunch.

    She added, “So they don’t know if, you know, jihadists are coming in along with legitimate refugees. Turkey for the same reason.”

    Clinton proposed last year that the United States take in 65,000 Syrian refugees annually, an increase from 10,000 refugees per year. Republican nominee Donald Trump has said her proposal to increase the number of Syrian refugees entering the U.S. would be the “great Trojan horse of all time.”

    Clinton got paid $400,000 for the speech to the Jewish group. The excerpt of her speech was included in Wikileaks email sent by a Clinton staffer flagging newsworthy comments by Clinton at private speeches. Her campaign has continued to refuse to release the transcripts of these private speeches, which earned her millions.

    Before a Jewish group Hillary said something sensible because it was a pander.

  3. My original solution to Kelly Ayottes cowardice regarding her half baked support of the Republcan nominee (she couldn’t even utter his name) was to leave the Senate ballot blank. After tape gate, I am seriously considering voting for democrat Maggie Hassan. I am so pissed 😡


    Falwell: Lewd Trump Tape Part of GOP Coup Against Donald, No ‘Coincidence’ It Came Right Before Paul Ryan Joint Appearance

    The son of the Moral Majority founder and the president of Liberty University told WABC radio host Rita Crosby shortly after Sunday’s presidential debate that Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R.-Wis.) and other Republican leaders used the recently released lewd tape of Donald J. Trump to execute a putsch against the GOP nominee for president.

    I think this whole tape… video tape thing was planned, I think it was timed, I think it might have even been a conspiracy among establishment Republicans who have known about it for weeks and who tried to time it to do the maximum damage to Donald Trump, and I just… I just think it just backfired on them,” said Jerry Fawell Jr., an attorney, who succeeded his father at the helm of the Lynchburg, Virginia college.

    Monday the speaker told members of the Republican House Conference that he would not campaign with Trump, nor would he defend Trump, according to an NBC News report based on a background conversation with a Ryan spokesman. NBC was the owner of the Access Hollywo0d tape that The Washington Post released Friday revealing the GOP nominee using direct and foul language in reference to courtship and the way women interact with celebrities.

    Falwell told Cosby he was upset by the tape and how it was received by members of his family, but it did not shake his support for the New York City developer.

    Cosby asked Falwell if his narrative was conjecture and he told her it was based on real conversations he had with people familiar with Republican conspirators.

    Falwell, who endorsed Trump in January, said, “I just think some of the establishment Republicans—I’m not going to name any names, I’ve got some independent information, but I’m not going… I’m not going to reveal it on the air—but I think some of the establishment folks who reluctantly endorsed him had this planned all along as a way to slither out of the endorsement, and I think it backfired on them, and I’m glad to see that.

    When Crosby pressed Falwell, he was more direct: “It wasn’t a coincidence that it came out right before Trump was supposed to appear with Paul Ryan at a rally, and it conveniently gave Paul Ryan a way to disinvite Trump.”

    The Trump surrogate said he has heard for a while from trusted Republican sources that something was being planned that would allow the GOP leaders to take Trump off the ticket.

    It was just something that, that I was told was going to come down in October,” he said. “It would probably result in Trump not being the nominee.


    The little people have had enough – not just here, but in America too

    Nigel Farage

    There are fewer than 30 days to go before the US presidential election. It is a campaign which mirrors many of the arguments and conflicts that we have seen recently in British politics, especially during the recent referendum campaign. Essentially, this election is about continuity versus change, with huge doses of personal vitriol thrown in.

    When I arrived at the Republican Party convention in Cleveland, Ohio, back in July, I was amazed at the reaction to me over the Brexit result. Normally we follow trends in America, not the other way round, but it was clear that many of the delegates saw Brexit as an aspiration for what they see as the Trump “revolution” against the Establishment. I met many others who were not delegates or political anoraks, who were also keen to talk about Brexit. A group of retired US Navy veterans told me we should have done it years ago. [snip]

    Many TV campaign adverts pointed to the fact that various incumbents defending their seats on Capitol Hill are in it for themselves, their families and for the money. In America today there is a strong element of the hereditary principle, with Bushes and Clintons setting down their own dynasties. But one of the reasons that Ukip went from being an insignificant political party to winning the 2014 European elections is that we spoke about issues in a language that resonated with ordinary people.

    Like him or loathe him, Trump is not a part of the political elite and he most certainly is not constrained by political correctness. When I spoke at one of his rallies in Jackson, Mississippi, I saw a fanatical gathering of his fans who want to give the Establishment a good hiding. “We want our country back” works as a slogan here, too. The first signs of a political rebellion took the form of the Tea Party. The satirist Ian Hislop once described it as rather like Ukip – but with God and guns. They not only railed against the Washington elites, but made the link between big business, Wall Street banks and Washington politics. The same story is behind the growth of new parties across the whole of the European Union and was an important feature in voters’ minds in the UK this June.

    Not only did JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs help to fund the Remain campaign but they increasingly give the appearance of owning a whole section of our political class. When Berlusconi was forced to resign as the Italian prime minister, he was replaced by the unelected Mario Monti, a Goldman Sachs man.

    The recently retired EU Commission president, José Manuel Barroso, now has a job with Goldman Sachs, despite being a former Maoist. This week’s Wikileaks exposé shows that Hillary Clinton has been paid good money doing speeches for Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and the Wall Street giants. They really must like her as she told them that she wants a hemispheric common market.

    The similarities between the different sides in this election are very like our own recent battle. As the rich get richer and big companies dominate the global economy, voters all across the West are being left behind. The blue-collar workers in the valleys of South Wales angry with Chinese steel dumping voted Brexit in their droves. In the American rust belt, traditional manufacturing industries have declined, and it is to these people that Trump speaks very effectively, since they have all but given up hope of Washington.

    To them must be added the small businesses and sole traders in both the UK and America. Every small business feels put-upon by the sheer volume and weight of regulation. Our new hyper-regulated world makes it tough for the little people to compete with the business giants. These people want deregulation, and Trump is promising them that. [snip]

    Instead, I believe we are witnessing a popular uprising against failed politics on a global scale. People want to vote for candidates with personality, faults and all. It is the same in the UK, America and much of the rest of Europe. The little people have had enough. They want change.

  6. Another #Hillary2016 blunder:

    He was probably put behind Hillary because he is black and “diversity”. Probably had a jacket on then took it off at right time. Dumbass Hillary2016 does it again. Daddy of Orlando Muslim terrorist sat behind Hillary too.

  7. Looks like Podesta was warned back in a January 10, 2016 email to avoid doing anything that would bring up Bill’s sexcapades in the campaign. They obviously didn’t listen, and Trump opened up a can of whoopass last night on all of them.

  8. Admin.

    A brilliant analysis, when it was most needed.

    As far as Roger Simon is concerned, I do think cowardice is endemic, but calculation was as you suggest a big part of it.

    What strikes me is how coordinated it was.

    For example, we know from sources in the public domain that big media was setting the stage for HRC to take down Trump at the debate, to a level from which he could never recover.

    At the same time, the Wisconsin cabal–Ryan, Walker and Prebius planned an internal coup. Acting in coordination with big media, they uninvited Trump and invited Pence–and Pence accepted. A Canadian blogger said Pence was deliberating, which I initially rejected, but later discovered to be true. At the same time, RINOS in Congress, withdrew their support for Trump. The end game of that process is unclear, because some of them wanted Cruz to be the nominee, while others favored Kasich. What got some of them to freeze up was Kelly Ann’s suggestion that some of those alabaster saints who grew nauseous at the sight and sound of locker room talk, were guilty of sexual indiscretions themselves, and Trump had the goods on them.

    The other component was big media. The Trump campaign told them that he would be conducting a press conference featuring the women who Bill raped and Hillary terrorized. He invited all of them to attend, and all of them refused. Therefore he went to Drudge and with very little time left Drudge posted it and suddenly the audience for big media left them and went to Drudge. This was a high risk move by Donald, and it was characterized as a Hail Mary. And as any football fan will tell you, most hail marys do not work. But this one did, because when big media saw they were suddenly out of the game, they got ahold of Drudge, and he let them in to cover it. In that sense, Drudge was very much the man of the moment and the hero of that saved the Republic. Without him, big media was prepared to dismiss the entire thing as a cheap stunt by a vaudvillian.

    But even at that this was a big gamble. Would the story gain legs or not. The prevailing wisdom was the millenials–now the largest voting block would decide in 5 minutes. They decided to give it an audience, ant that too was a deciding factor. In the process they learned things about the Clintons they had never known before. And neither did many of use who have lived longer. In the 1990s we knew Bill had a consensual affair with Lewinsky and had gone after Paula Jones. But none of use knew he was a serial rapist, and any suggestion to that effect would have been dismissed as the mauderings of the vast right wing conspiracy. Now of course, it is the Russians, a lame excuse nobody in their right mind gives any credence to.

    The airing of this story then caused the take down script to collapse under its own weight. You could see it on the faces of the two moderators. They were flummoxed. In addition, it threw Hillary off her game. The ensuing scorched earth attack against here left her reeling. When Mee-again tried to impugn Broderick, she hung herself. Podesta is ruined.

  9. This is what you’re getting if the other half of Team Clinton is elected!

    If you think Donald Trump’s comments are vulgar, check out Hillary’s potty mouth

    By Mark J. Fitzgibbons

    Note: If you are offended by vulgar language, do not read this.

    Hillary’s Pearls of Wisdom: …

    – “Just get that [F-ing dog] out of my way,” said to Secret Service K-9 handler.

    – “Where is the God damn flag? I want the God damn fucking flag up every morning at fucking sunrise”. Hillary to staff at the Arkansas Governor’s mansion on Labor Day 1991. From the book “Inside the White House” by Ronald Kessler, p. 244

    – “Fuck off! It’s enough I have to see you shit-kickers every day! I’m not going to talk to you, too! Just do your Goddamn job and keep your mouth shut.” Hillary to her State Trooper bodyguards after one of them greeted her with “Good Morning.” From the book “America Evita” by Christopher Anderson, p.90

    – “If you want to remain on this detail, get your fucking ass over here and grab those bags!” Hillary to a Secret Service Agent who was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident. From the book “The First Partner” p. 25

    – “Stay the fuck back, stay the fuck back away from me! Don’t come within ten yards of me, or else! Just fucking do as I say, Okay!!?” Hillary screaming at her Secret Service detail. From the book “Unlimited Access” by Clinton ‘s FBI Agent-in-Charge, Gary Aldridge, p.139

    – “Where’s the miserable cock sucker?” (otherwise known as “Bill Clinton”) Hillary shouting at a Secret Service officer. From the book “The Truth about Hillary” by Edward Klein, p. 5

    – “You fucking idiot” Hillary to a State Trooper who was driving her to an event. From the book “Crossfire” ~pg. 84

    – “Put this on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo. I need those fucking sunglasses! We need to go back!” Hillary to Marine One helicopter pilot to turn back while in route to Air Force One. From the book ” Dereliction of Duty” p. 71-72

    – “Come on Bill, put your dick up! You can’t fuck her here!!” Hillary to Gov. Bill Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female. From the book “Inside the White House” by Ronald Kessler, p. 243


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  10. admin
    October 10, 2016 at 4:22 pm

    I’m hoping Wiki-leaks has a blockbuster dropping the deadliest e-mail expose- on Benghazi the night of
    Sept 11, 2012.

    The Blumenthal e-mail sounds like a teaser-

  11. WOW! Reporter Admits Secret Service at Debate Said No Flashes Because of Hillary’s Seizure Disorder (VIDEO)

    It has been rumored that Hillary Clinton has a seizure disorder, possibly Parkinson’s disease, triggered by flashes.

    Last night the Secret Service took attendees phones before going into the debate.

    now we know why…

  12. I keep reading that Hillary has pulled ahead bigtime?
    Ryan won’t shut the fu#k up about not supporting Trump…

    It will need to be a massive pro Trump vote…

  13. During one of the brew-hahs last night I distinctly heard Anderson Cooper break in and ask (Hillary), “Do you think he is fit to lead?” Like, how long had she already carried on about that? The debate moderators were disgraceful. And Raddatz literally shouting Trump down, like a shrew. They did not even try to hide their bias.

    Got a lot of votes for Trump.

  14. For the love of Ivey: “we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry,” he writes. Small wonder Hillary proposed in an another email launching a drone attack to take out Assange.


    A Clinton campaign email released as part of the Wikileaks data dump earlier today talks about the need to maintain political power by producing “an unaware and compliant citizenry”.

    The email was sent to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta by former Clinton administration official Bill Ivey on March 13, 2016.

    Ivey was appointed Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts during Bill Clinton’s second term. According to his bio, Ivey “is a trustee of the Center for American Progress (a Clinton campaign front), and was a Team Leader in the Barack Obama presidential transition.”

    In the email, Ivey outlines the panic amongst some Democrats that Donald Trump’s “celebrity politics” persona cannot be matched by Hillary, who is “not an entertainer, and not a celebrity in the Trump, Kardashian mold.”

    “Money isn’t all that important if you can conflate entertainment with the electoral process. Trump masters TV, TV so-called news picks up and repeats and repeats to death this opinionated blowhard and his hairbrained ideas, free-floating discontent attaches to a seeming strongman and we’re off and running,” complains Ivey.

    Ivey wonders how Clinton can combat Trump’s larger than life appeal, worrying that simply ‘defaulting to policy’ won’t work.
    “And as I’ve mentioned, we’ve all been quite content to demean government, drop civics and in general conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry,” he writes.

  15. Another view of the debate by the comrades at The Peoples Cube. 😆😆😆

    Red Square
    10/10/2016, 12:19 am

    The Great People’s Show Trial over Criminal Trump, aka “Second Presidential Debate” has just ended.

    Its first several minutes gave me the goosebumps, so much it reminded me of the glorious show trials under Comrade Stalin: Hillary as a prosecutor, with both moderators as her faithful assistants, leveling trumped-up charges against the designated Enemy of the People™. Wasting no time, they took turns accusing Trump of terrible deeds and demanding that he repent and crawl on his knees before Hillary, begging for mercy.

    That was promptly followed by a Muslim question, formulated along the lines of “Have you already stopped being an Islamophobe?” It seemed that very soon Trump would be summarily declared guilty of counter-revolutionary sabotage and taken out before the firing squad and executed right on that stage with all the severity of revolutionary justice.

    But then Trump had the gall to go on offensive. He started rattling the three prosecutors, preventing them from doing their revolutionary duty, which was to destroy him in front of the world TV audiences. To be fair, they tried to continue reading their list of charges but they miserably failed. At one point Martha Raddatz even deployed the famous Candy Crowley maneuver, trying to debate Trump on Syria. But her Candy Crowley impersonation failed as well. To use Trump’s favorite buzzword, it was a disaster.

    To sum it up, the debate started with all three of them attacking Trump about “pussy” but it ended with Trump standing tall like a man opposite the three pussies – Hillary, Martha, and Anderson (we love you, Andy, but you’re a pussy and you know it).

    Can we get a real red-blooded man as a prosecuting moderator for the next and final debate, who could confront Trump on equal terms, on behalf of the pussies? (And when we say “pussies” we mean the Party™, the Communities™, and the entire Progressive Humanity™).
    As it stands, this entire election boils down to “Trump vs. Pussies,” starting with the primaries. Thank you, mainstream media, for clearing it up for us.

    Yes, Progressives have always been pussies and carried that title as a badge of honor. Why change now? We trust that you will cast your vote in this poll for the korrekt candidate as required by the Party discipline, because that’s what pussies do.

    Because if Trump wins, we will be all up for grabs.

  16. Excellent commentary by the admin.

    A few of things that I want to mention:

    1: I’m going to the Trump rally in Ocala, FL on Wednesday. Yay! I tried to go to one of his rallies in Tampa about a month ago, but couldn’t get in.

    2: later today, I’m going to see the movie “Snowden”. I saw Hillary’s America last month, too. I learned some history about both the Democrat party and the Clinton’s.

    3: I watched the Trump rally in Pennsylvania yesterday. Trump laced into CNN, and a massive roar of “CNN sucks!” filled the arena. It actually happened twice within a couple minutes of each other. The second time, Trump noted that the CNN camera had been turned off. I’ve never witnessed this before where the crowd was so vocal about the media at a rally. It made me laugh, just like when Trump said he would have put Hillary in prison. I still laugh when I think of that line.

    4: Here’s a link about nasty Hillary. She really has a personality disorder of some sort.

    5: And finally, this is something that really pisses me off. The story that is just breaking now is that an advisor to Paul Ryan is probably the one who leaked the Trump potty mouth video to the Washington Post.
    Read about it here:

  17. Nixon hired Monica because she was brilliant.

    He was right about that.

    Her comments here show great insight.

  18. advisor to Paul Ryan is probably the one who leaked the Trump potty mouth video to the Washington Post.
    That fits like a glove/

    If the glove fits, you must convict.

    This is part of the coup referred to above at 5:39 pm.

  19. There is no doubt in my mind that the Dan Senior who now works for Ryan is the one who leaked the tape on Trump. He is a Harvard educated RINO activist assigned to the task of killing the tea party. His wife is that ditzy Campbell Brown. If there is a lower low life in Washington than this guy, I do not know who he is. Here is his sanitized wiki.

  20. Admin, thoughts on the following?

    In your latest, you point out that the Republican establishment stands to lose mightily if the Trump comeback is successful. If I follow your scenario correctly, you are suggesting that a Trump comeback and even a presidential win could, or might, lead also to the defeat of the Republican establishment.

    Specifically, if I understand you correctly, a Trump comeback and win could also lose to the Republicans losing their majority in the Senate and the House.

    Should that happen, what would that be like? What would a Trump presidency with a Democratic House and Senate look like? Thanks.

  21. Admin: I believe I have figured out what happened here.

    1. The Republican establishment wants to preserve their control over the party.

    2. To that end, they promoted JEB!, but when he spent $100 million and garnered only 4 electoral votes, that plan failed.

    3. Thereafter, they supported Rubio, and Cruz.

    4. When those efforts failed as well, they schemed to take down Trump at the convention, and install Ryan.

    5. But Manafort thwarted those schemes and Trump won the nomination.

    6. Whereupon, Ryan equivocated on whether to endorse him

    7. People assumed that was because he wanted to run for president in 2020.

    8. But the truth was wanted to become run for president in 2016.

    9. That meant he needed to take Donald down and get all the rinos to rally around him.

    10. Therefore, he dispatched his trusted subordinate Dan Senior to deliver the Billy Bush tape to Bezos at WashPo.

    11. When the shit hit the fan, he feigned outrage, and reneged on his promise to campaign with Trump.

    12. He invited Pence and spread the rumor through that Canadian blogger that Pence was abandoning Trump.

    13. And, he orchestrated a walk out by the RINOs, to further weaken Trump.

    14. The plan was that when Trump quit or was forced out, those RINOs would give him the nomination.

    15. But Trump won the debate, and then the tide turned.

    16. Initially, everyone assumed this merely left Ryan inter alia with egg on their faces.

    17. But the Dan Senor role in giving WashPo the tape–that is the rope that hangs Paul Ryan.

    18. Senor worked on the Romney campaign, prepared Ryan for the debate he lost to Biden, and went to work for him when Romney lost.

    19. Senor was promised a big job if Romney had won–as the wiki site indicates.

    20. No doubt Ryan, himself a Judas, made the same offer to Senor another Judas.

    21. That is the only explanation that makes sense to me.

    22. And I strongly suspect that Trump knows it and will deal with it when the time is ripe.

  22. Pleasure “shaming”. Shaming is a tool to enforce societal norms. But what happens if it is used politically instead of instructively or to protect. Over and over we see this pleasure shaming to people who didn’t do anything wrong or harmful to a society. When it is used to gain power instead of to enforce standards for the common or national good? It has been used a lot in the past say 10 years. Obama is a specialist at talking one way and acting another, at harassing and hectoring anyone who doesn’t agree with him in effect shaming, isolating and dehumanizing. Using federal agencies and the bully pulpit the way the Puritans used the church, which was the only effective organization in early days, to not only gain power but enforce it. And the obvious pleasure derived can be extremely outputting if not disturbing by such obvious hypocrites.

    “Over my years I’ve listened to a lot of salacious talk in locker rooms, bachelor parties, et cetera, by a lot of high-level people, some of whom are now supposedly so outraged,” Icahn told in a phone interview. “All I can do is refer to that great quote, ‘Let he who has not sinned cast the first stone.'”

    Shaming is an old tool of politics. And religion. The two are frequently overlapping. Progressivism and True-Cons are arguably sub-sects of the newer religion/belief system of globalsim which has a hierarchy, rules, methods, and ceremonies just like say Roman Catholicism. They even have high mass at Davos or Aspen. It has been overused by the left in the recent past. It has also been historically used by Republicans. It has been used so much that most people can spot it a mile away. It has also deployed against certain people but not others who are in protected groups and the hypocrisy is glaring. The rumor in the UK is that many of the Remainers are pedophiles or enablers of such. The professional left uses it to shut people up. And now we are seeing the GOPe, globlist apparatchiks giving it a go. We have seen the powers of Europe scream racist, Nazi, filth Neanderthal to anyone who objects to being overrun and impoverished through taxation and resource reallocation to support population replacement by migration. The same group in Europe, globalists, did it with the Remain campaign in the UK, and are now trying to use it against Trump. The very same PR/consultant groups. It has been remarkably similar throughout our history from the Puritans to the social justice warriors screaming “shut up” and die. It is not only effective but fun in getting so emotionally worked up. How much longer censoring scolds hold this much control is not known. Shaming is a tool that looses its punch after a while as it is tuned out. And it only changes human behavior, that is really hardwired into our brains, in driving it underground. The polls are going to be very screwy as everyone clams up and works through the pleasure shaming. I’m not surprised that the fundamentalist Christian leaders are still backing Trump because they see right through it all. It is just some new hypocrites.

  23. I am still indignant that Anderson cooper would lay into Donald so viciously over the lockerroom talk. Then I recalled ac’s on air tea bagger days and am trying to get something going on twitter.
    This is a reply tweet to my self containing an Anderson video “that got out of the locker room” and onto the tv broadcast.

    I cannot stay with it just now, but invite any and all willing, to give it some motion helpful to exposing the hypocrisy. ty.

    Faux champion of the middle class Katie McGinty (wants to be senator alongside Casey next year) has taken on the cause of pressuring R candidate for same seat into damning Trump.
    They’re taking it to the limit.

  24. How convenient the only poll out is an NBC/WSJ showing Clinton ahead by 11 points.
    This was issued first thing Monday and is the meme all Networks are touting as Hillary is now unbeatable and Trump is finished.

  25. And how, suddenly, does Hillary attract 18k devoted followers to a rally? Were they bussed in? Paid? Or both??
    Fake polls and supporters. Smells like shit.

  26. Paul Ryan is not only Burnt Toast, he is what he has always projected himself to be soft Milquetoast. He just can’t help himself, it is called a time in which a person does their own ‘self-undoing’.
    He also considered himself to ‘be too clever by half’ but he has also recently demonstrated his lack of knowledge of the ‘art of the deal’.
    Ryan is the biggest dumbest traitor, against the Republican/Conservative American public and he has now precipitated shame upon himself and his family….
    Get thyself off the public stage and crawl back to your walled home and rot behind your walls.
    Ryan, you are a persona non grata in the eyes of Americans…

  27. alcina, I read a tweet, some famous person I forget who, said he investigated with people who were there and there were fewer than 9,000 people – they just made the number up.

    She has a hard time filling high school gyms, and all of a sudden all these people? It’s hard to even believe the 9,000 – I think the most I’ve ever heard about for her was a few thousand…

  28. Tony, I saw that, too. I don’t know, to me it reads like she doesn’t like the term, not the actual people. They’re talking about using the term once at the beginning, then using other similar phrases after. But I know it’s all over the net – even if my guess is right, it’s not going to help her…

  29. Update: “Free at last, Free at last” we wrote below, about where Trump is now, quoting the Negro spiritual. Donald J. Trump sings along now:

    As Establishment GOP Backs Away, Trump Says ‘The Shackles Have Been Taken Off Me’

    As the Republican establishment backs away from him, Donald Trump says he now feels like “the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to.” [snip]

    Speaking of Ryan, Trump tweeted. “Our very weak and ineffective leader, Paul Ryan, had a bad conference call where his members went wild at his disloyalty. Despite winning the second debate in a landslide (every poll), it is hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!”

    On Monday, Trump said of the speaker: “Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee.”

    Donald J. Trump tried to make peace. When Ryan and the rest of the GOP establishment pretended to accept unity, the polls showed a president Trump would have a GOP House and GOP Senate. Now with the Ryan back stab the House and Senate will be lost to the Republicans if Trump loses. Trump voters will not vote for back stabbers of Trump. Ayotte, Heck, Kirk, McCain, will lose then drag down the House members. Either Ryan and the back stabbers surrender to the GOP voters or they will die political deaths not only of themselves but of their entire party.

    The only solution is for Trump to attack the ruling political class regardless of alleged party ties. It was always going to have to be this way. Trump is the Final Avenger destined to destroy the ruling political class. As Trump attacks the ruling class wing of the GOP the back stabbers’ choice will be to submit to the will of the voters who support Trump or face destruction. Trump is no chump. Trump knows how to fight. Trump wrote the Art of the Deal. Trump negotiates from strength.

    Trump has not forgotten McCain:

    Trump will destroy the GOP establishment and the ruling political class:

    Donald J. Trump will teach them. Donald J. Trump voters will teach them with finality.



    Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) said Monday that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan was “cowardly” for announcing that he would not defend Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and would not campaign for his election. [snip]

    “Leaders are supposed to stand firm and solid in moments of crisis,” Rohrabacher told the Orange County Register. “Instead, he’s in a panic. It’s not good leadership. … I think the Republicans who are backing away are gutless. We don’t have to just be concerned about saving House seats. We have to be concerned about saving the United States of America.” Other Republican congressmen from Orange County have been critical of Trump’s comments but none has withdrawn their political support. [snip]

    On Monday afternoon, Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer noted on Special Report that Ryan’s announcement, so soon after Trump was perceived by many to have won the debate, “ripped off the bandage” and hurt Trump’s attempt to keep the party together.

  31. I just hope Trump has something more up his sleeve. Wikileaks seems to have no effect. I am planning to not vote for my senator. Gonna leave it blank or write in. I just got an RNC survey cannot submit without a donation. Not gonna happen. I contribulate directly to Trump.

  32. Hillary2016 shill ex-Politico, Maggie Haberman sees the obvious:

    For G.O.P. Candidates, Renouncing Donald Trump Carries Dire Risks

    Paula Barche Rupnik, a Republican from Scottsdale, Ariz., was planning to vote for Senator John McCain in his re-election campaign this year. But she changed her mind this weekend, after he rescinded his support for Donald J. Trump.

    Instead, she plans to split her ticket, voting for Mr. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, but for Mr. McCain’s Democratic challenger, Representative Ann Kirkpatrick.

    She has never voted for a Democrat before.

    I want to send a message to John McCain,” said Ms. Rupnik, 58, a consultant for an essential oils company. “If he doesn’t get elected, the American people that support Trump are going to blame it on those Republicans who didn’t support him.

    Ms. Rupnik’s punitive impulse captures the dilemma confronting Republican leaders as they head into the final four weeks of the campaign. [snip]

    But disavowing Mr. Trump, whose supporters make up the largest share of the Republican base, risks alienating those voters, potentially a no less lethal choice for Senate candidates in key races. [snip]

    Still, Mr. Trump has die-hard supporters who have shown they will stay with him through every controversy he has sparked or endured. His populist, outsider message may be at odds with his background and even with some of his policy proposals, but it has taken hold with many voters, particularly working-class Republicans who are disenchanted with the party’s elite and deeply unhappy with President Obama’s stands on health care and immigration.

    The establishment is trying to hold on to their power, and McCain is one of them,” Ms. Rupnik said.

    That was a common theme in interviews with Trump supporters on Sunday in Arizona and New Hampshire, two states with close Senate contests. Many spoke witheringly of incumbent Republican lawmakers who have renounced their support for the party’s presidential nominee.

    Stephen Cotta, 61, a Navy veteran who owns a cannabis testing lab in Tempe, described Mr. McCain as a “traitor” and echoed Mr. Trump’s view that he was “not a hero.” Mr. Cotta said he, too, would vote for Ms. Kirkpatrick.

    “If you can see McCain and Hillary aren’t that far apart on their philosophies, O.K., that’s why they can stand up so adamantly to Trump,” Mr. Cotta said. [snip]

    Vera Anderson, 75, of Phoenix, said she had voted for Mr. McCain before, but made up her mind to oppose him when she learned of his rejection of Mr. Trump.

    “I was really on the fence of voting for McCain,” she said. “I don’t want to, didn’t want to, but this made up my mind: I will not vote for him in the general election.”

    She was dismissive of the outrage over the 2005 recording that surfaced on Friday.

    Nobody likes to hear anything like that, but to me that’s not the important issue, so I absolutely, just — I’m not paying attention to it,” Ms. Anderson said. “You know, to me, that is men’s locker-room talk. And I’m sure that if anybody wants to criticize that, let them look at themselves first.”

    There was similar disgust among Mr. Trump’s supporters in New Hampshire, where Senator Kelly Ayotte — locked in a tight re-election battle against Gov. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat — became the first senator to disavow Mr. Trump after the recording’s publication.

    I think the Republican Party is out for itself,” said Buddy Greene, a 48-year-old stonemason from Center Harbor, N.H., who said he supported Mr. Trump in the Republican primary in February. “They are not looking at issues of regular folk in the country.

    As he watched the New England Patriots play on television at the Frog Rock Tavern in Meredith, N.H., Mr. Greene said Ms. Ayotte had lost his support. But he said he had already come to see her as overly politically motivated.

    “It does not surprise me with her,” Mr. Greene said. He said he planned to leave his ballot blank for the Senate contest.

    As Mr. Trump becomes more isolated from the Republican Party, elected officials risk being isolated from their own voters.

  33. Admin. I need to correct and supplement the record on what I said at o dark thirty about the coup last night.

    1. First, it appears I was right that Ryan released the tape against Trump through Dan Senor and that wife of his, who I mentioned only to say who he is, was the actual conduit.

    2. Second, I was wrong about the inducement, and I just did not think it through. The objective was not for Ryan to steal the presidency in 2016. The drop dead date for that was October 1. Since that time, 2 million votes have been cast, and the only way the candidate of record can be replace is if he or she dies or becomes incapacitated. In that case, however, who would inherit the nomination is a matter of conjecture among constitutional scholars. Some argue that the vice presidential candidate would get the nomination, whereas others say it would go to the candidate with the second most votes in the primary. In the case of the Republican Party that would be Pence on the one hand or Cruz on the other. In the case of the Democrat party it would be either Kaine or Sander.

    3. Third, the inducement was to lose the 2016 election and to be the feted candidate of the uniparty in 2020.

    4. Fourth, based on that inducement, and no other, Ryan engineered the defections from Trump not only in the House where he is speaker, but also in the Senate. Some of those names, like Senator Thune who co sponsored a bill I wrote years ago for the nation wide cattle industry, that was killed by the packer, was one of them, and he is a solid guy, but he got swept in here by Ryan. What I did not realize about Ryan–I knew he was a Catholic, but he is an Evangelist, a Catholic Charismatic to be precise. That is a form of religious zealotry comparable to what we see in the middle east, without the violence.

    5. Fifth, the net result is those who went out on the limb with him are now at risk. They have been placed on a soc called black list, by Trump supporters. Some of them called for Trump to step down, which is a hollow demand given the fact that it is past October. They may think they can walk that one back by saying I just got emotional. I now support him. But to Trump supporters that is likely to be a distinction without a difference. The other group is in deeper kaka. They withdrew their support, and cannot reclaim it.

    6. Sixth, Ryan is now radioactive. And this morning Gingrich clarified the choice which these never trumpers must stare down. Trump vs Hillary. And if it is to be the latter, then hang on to your hat, because we are entering the Twilight Zone of 600 million additional people, the collapse of our safety nets, drug cartels on main street, and, essentially a Hobsian war of all against all. Is Paul Ryan really worth all that. And how likely is it that their voters will go along with them if they do not pull back from the abyss. At this point, you should assume that all of those defectors are contemplating the wisdom, or lack thereof of their career ending move, and how in the hell to get the toothpaste back in the tube. Can they give back the 30 pieces of silver, and pretend it never happened? Not likely.

    7. Seventh, what I said the other day about big media being offered to attend the news conference, and refusing to go, until drudge posted it, their audience rushed to his site and then they were forced to do so was accurate. They tried their level best to kill that story, and planned to ridicule it later, and renew their standing claim that Bill’s accusers had been “discredited”. Now they have fabricated a new lie, that Trump tricked them into covering it, denying that they were offered it up front.

  34. Wbboei, Trump hater Charlie Gasparino just reported on Fox Business News that there is a SuperPac of Donald Trump supporters forming and already soliciting donations. The purpose of the PAC is to attack Paul Ryan. This is great news. The fight was always going to be Trump v. the establishment. Trump tried peace but now will wage war. This is the war that was needed.

    The Trump hater at Ace of Spades who is now for Trump (for the time being anyway) also thinks this is good news:

    Trump Declares, Basically, the Start of the #NeverRyan Movement


    We are having an important argument: Who are the rulers, and who are the ruled?

    In a democracy, the voters are supposed to be the rulers.

    But people like Ryan think that they themselves are the rulers, and must manipulate the opinions of proletarian trash to trick them into voting for the ‘right thing” (in Ryan’s case, he defines the right things as whatever the Chamber of Commerce demands of him).

    So let’s resolve this.

    Vote for Ryan’s Democratic opponent, whoever that is. Boot him out of Congress, and badly damage any hopes he has to be president anytime soon.


  35. The arbitrator I talked about years ago, and have since parted ways with, was full of homilies.

    One of his favorites was “that cocksucker could walk through the blades of a fan and never get cut.”

    I thought about that felicitous remark when as I thought about good old Rence Priebus.

    On minute he is telling the no Trumpers to get on board with the nominee.

    But when the Billy Bush tape surfaced he became part of the Ryan/Walker cabal and tried to recruit Pence.

    Then, after the debate, he is back to the old meme we have got to support the nominee.

    If your head is spinning over this, then you are not alone.

    Or, perhaps, we have finally met that storied cocksucker who could walk through the blades of a fan without being cut.

  36. I neglected to mention one of the finer points in the Ryan Plan to destroy Trump, hold the House, and be the feted candidate of the uniparty in 2020: he selected public officials in swing states, like Portman in Ohio, to become the defectors.

    There are a couple other things I neglected to mention.

    First, that Billie Bush (like Billie Burke in Zeigfield’s follies) is a newphew of W. He expected to be rewarded for taking down Trump for the family. Instead he got his ass fired.

    Second, if Hillary becomes incapacitated then given the conflict of opinion among legal scholars the case will go to the Supreme Court. And in that case the jackal in the White House will renew his demand for the Senate to approve the nominee he appointed to fill the vacant slot, and McConnel, jackal that he is will do his usual Fog Horn Lego Horn el foldo.

  37. That poll that shows Hillary with an 11 point lead was done by Hart Research who was paid more than $220K dollars by Hillary’s super PAC Priorities in the month of September alone. It’s rigged.

    I live in Washington state and even though it won’t make much difference I will leave my ballot blank when it comes time to vote for Governor. Bill Bryant, the Republican, came out against Trump months ago and there was a huge stink but he’s sticking to his guns. Bryant was supposed to be on with a radio talk show host here by the name of Lars Larson but tried to set the interview up where he wouldn’t be asked why he’s not supporting Trump. Lars Larson said he wouldn’t be bullied into what questions he could or couldn’t ask in his interviews so Bryant canceled the interview on the same day he was supposed to appear. My husband sent Brant an e-mail that we wouldn’t be supporting him because of his stance against Trump and we’re standing by our decision. These RINOs are going down!

  38. Even the mopes at 538 know that our analysis is correct. Ryan needs Trump, Trump does not need Ryan. Trump holds the trump card:

    Paul Ryan Needs Trump More Than Trump Needs Ryan

    House Speaker Paul Ryan is not a big fan of Donald Trump — that much is clear. He refused to back Trump during the Republican primaries and then held out on endorsing him even after Trump became the presumptive nominee. But eventually, Ryan did get behind Trump. And now, even after video of Trump bragging about being able to commit sexual assault has come to light, Ryan said he won’t defend Trump, but he has refused to unendorse the GOP nominee. Trump responded by attacking Ryan on Twitter.

    A reasonable person might ask why, if Ryan was reluctant to support Trump to begin with, the speaker of the House isn’t washing his hands of the whole Trump campaign.

    But the answer is simple: Republican voters like Trump; Ryan risks losing the support of rank-and-file GOPers if he hits Trump too hard.

    Trump is more popular among Republicans right now than Ryan is. In the most recent YouGov poll, for example, Trump’s net favorability rating (the percentage of respondents who rate him favorably minus the share who have an unfavorable opinion) among Republican primary voters was +36 percentage points. Ryan’s was just +16 points. Perhaps more telling is that Trump’s “very favorable” rating among this group is 34 percent, while Ryan’s is only 13 percent.

    This means two things. First, Ryan really doesn’t have as much credibility among Republicans as Trump does. Second, if forced to choose, Republicans would almost certainly choose Trump over Ryan.

    Indeed, we’ve already seen Ryan struggle when he and Trump tussle. Take a look at Ryan’s net favorability among Republican primary voters since the Iowa caucuses in early February. I’ve taken a five-poll rolling average of YouGov polls since that time. [snip]

    Ryan is about as popular now as he was at the beginning of the primaries, but his favorability dipped to its lowest point right around the time he was refusing to endorse Trump after Trump wrapped up the nomination. Indeed, more Republican primary voters had a negative view of Ryan than a positive view in the YouGov poll conducted immediately after Trump became the presumptive nominee. It was only after endorsing Trump that Ryan regained some of his likability among Republican primary voters.

    Should Ryan care about his popularity among Republicans nationwide given that he is only on the ballot in Wisconsin? The most immediate concern for Ryan is that, in a broad sense, he represents congressional Republicans. If Trump fans feel that Republicans in Washington aren’t backing Trump, it could cause them to withhold support from Republican candidates for the House and Senate. And if they get elected, these candidates could feel pressure from Trump-fan constituents not to back Ryan for re-election as House speaker.

    Ryan might also want to run for president one day. Whether Republican officials in Washington like it or not, Trump voters are a large portion of the Republican base (that’s why Trump won). Ryan may need their support to win the nomination and the general election. Otherwise, he might end up … well, exactly where Trump is right now: As a GOP nominee bleeding Republican support.

  39. Gonzotx,
    I in the hours since I posted decided if the GOP does not stand solidly behind Trump I wall not vote down Senatoe choice is Toomey or McGinty. He pulled a lever for Cruz in primary. State was going Trump but he made his choice. Cruz did not win. The Donald did. Silent during the enless Tump attacks. Toomey should have stood up to deplorables. He remained silent.I see no differebce in McGinty or Toomey. I might write in me.

  40. henry 4:45 pm

    It’s not my intention to debate PA Senate race, but I do wonder if you are aware McGinty was in a big scandal during Rendell years, about a decade ago. Her dirt and finances are well hidden now.

    Reid Backs Scandal-Tarred Candidate in PA Senate Race. Nov 3 2015
    “…The establishment is behind McGinty, but the grassroots — the core of the Democratic party — is die-hard for Sestak,” says Vincent Galko, a consultant at the public-affairs firm Mercury LLC. “It will be interesting to see how much political capital Reid and others want to burn” defending a candidate who “became infamous for having an ethics committee name a rule after her….”

  41. Admin: I find that statement by Trump that he is no longer shackled by the Republican Party to be very encouraging. It is the final act in the mini drama where he rejected donor money.

    For one thing, this frees him up to make the best personnel selections. Party loyalty, or loyalty to the donors would no longer be the criterion. I expect the new litmus test would be loyal to loyalty, competence and nationalism as opposed to globalism.

    The kind of people who might make the cut? Those that are on his team already. But more obscure figures as well, like Raul Labrador and the congressman from Laredo. One a republican the other a democrat. For there are good people in both parties, but they are thwarted at every turn by the uniparty.

    Let me give you an example of someone who would not make the cut. Bill Weld the solution looking for a problem. Howie Carr once kidded him about his forebearers coming over on the Mayflower. Weld was indignant and he informed Carr that the servants came over on the Mayflower to prepare the grand estate for his the Weld clan. Carr, being from Maine rather than Massachusetts assumed he was kidding.

    Of every virtue every grace of what avails the septered race, etc.

  42. Agree with this comment

    Win or lose, Trump has done America and Americans a huge favor by exposing the fact that we do not have a two party system. We have one party — the party of government – and that one party has been deceiving us for decades. I know because I was one of those deceived! I bought into the “Democrats” passed ObamaCare without “a single” Republican vote. Why? Because they didn’t NEED a single Republican vote. Had they needed one, you can bet your bippy they’d have gotten a few “bipartisans” to deliver however many votes they needed. Isn’t that how it works. Fast forward to TPP when the Republicans passed it FOR the Democrats so theDemocrats could then go to the labor unions and claim they were for Labor. They’ve been deceiving us all this time. Paul Ryan is a Democrat, John McCain is a Democrat, Flake is a flake but he’s also a Democrat. George H. W. Bush was a Democrat, Jeb! Bush is a Democrat. They’ve been lying to us all this time.

  43. Yolanda
    October 11, 2016 at 3:56 pm
    That poll that shows Hillary with an 11 point lead was done by Hart Research who was paid more than $220K dollars by Hillary’s super PAC Priorities in the month of September alone. It’s rigged.

    I live in Washington state and even though it won’t make much difference I will leave my ballot blank when it comes time to vote for Governor. Bill Bryant, the Republican, came out against Trump months ago
    Me too.

    Bryant is a mutt.

    His chances?

    Less than zero.

  44. Another guy who will not make the cut:

    Ted Cruz.

    But, but, but, he finally did endorse Trump


    And he manned the phones for Trump

    Yes yes.

    Well then what the fuck is the problem?

    The problem is he when the Billie Bush tape came out

    Cruz tweeted why didn’t this come out before the convention?

    Loyalty should be made of sterner stuff.

  45. …no wonder Pence cancelled Ryan’s traitor’s, er…festival rally

    the rumours must have already been in the air and Pense must have known it was a set-up…

    Pence has proven to be a loyal warrior in the Trump army…

    …some republican today called the defectors a bunch of scaredy cats…that was way too kind… freaking sabators…i agree, they all need to go down…

    as long as Rubio keeps his guts he will get my vote, otherwise he won’t…

  46. finally one network, ABC, picks this up

    greedy thieves stealing from the poorest amongst us…this did it for me…thieves and liars…globalists and limitless strangers pouring in…that is what we have to look forward to with this bunch…and a BM that hides it all and covers for them…

    nice future for the young people coming…

    (I often think of ex-Big Pinkers who have fled and now fancy most of their comments out doing themselves with name calling of Trump…how can they live with themselves knowing the truth…i guess they would rather see and hear nothing and be in denial…Hillary is going to sell them out so fast if she gets the chance…what naive people)

    what a fall from Grace…if they were even ever there at any time…

  47. Cruz tweeted why didn’t this come out before the convention?
    A foolish question to ask, for two reasons:

    First, to ask that question to the heavens shows disloyalty to Trump.

    Second, to ask it to the Bush cabal would have been superfluous. The answer was obvious. They were perfectly willing to use him to take down Trump. But they never intended for him to be the nominee. If it could not be JEB, then they were determined to see it was Ryan.

  48. I guess we need to keep our priorities straight.

    If Michelle cannot be schlepped in as president, unless Obama changes to constitution which is always a possibility.

    One option would be to seek a career in Hollywood.

    Not only has she expressed an interest in such a career, and recently expressed the opinion that men (those primitive beasts) find her sexy, and knowing how she obsesses about race, perhaps she could talk Spike Lee into featuring her as the seductress of the plantation, preyed upon by the lecherous plantation owner played by that boob for the ages, de Niro. Whereupon, she does a Pam Grier, kills the lecherer, leads a slave revolt, and flight to freedom, and in due course is elected President of the United States.

    The other path to the presidency would be to emulate “her friend” Hillary and run for the Senate in North Carolina, win and then run for the presidency.

    Clearly, path to greatness is not always a straight line.

  49. If Spike can be convinced to direct that movie, then he needs to fill out the cast. I think Meee again Kelly would be right for the role of the frigidheiress of the plantation, walking around with a riding crop and a scowl. And a contract offer from CNN.

  50. ADMIN!

    Several important things.

    First, I am informed that today Jerry Falwell Jr. appeared on Lou Dobbs, and announced that he had been told by a source that establishment figures, including past presidential candidates have told him that Trump will not be on the ticket on November 8. Dobbs pressed him on that and he said he knew nothing further about that. The video is not on u-tube yet. I guess Lou asked whether whether that was before the Ryan coup was uncovered, and the debate. The source told him that the plan to remove Trump is 100% still on.

    Second, a friend of mine is plowing through the wiki leaks emails and has discovered one email in which Hillary tells Cheryl Mills that they need to find a way to blame Benghazi on Obama. The parties to all these emails are Hillary, Mills, Huma and Sid Vicious. Dobbs staff is going through these emails as well, but they are overwhelmed. My friend says anyone with the time and energy should pitch in. If you type in Benghazi, that will get you to some of this. The caution is some of the emails have initials, and are obscure.

    Third, another tranch of emails shows that in January of 2012 there was discussion about bringing Ambassador Stevens in for 30 days in September to show that Obama had pacified Benghazi. Those emails recognized security concerns, but nine months later those security concerns were absent. This may have been at Obama’s insistence. Or it could be yet another example of what Colin Powell said about Hillary namely that everything she touches becomes a mess.

    Fourth, the tap of Bill’s biracial son is up. He is a very sympathetic character, and surely no fan of his stepmother Hillary. Apparently Bill was making child support payment to his biological mother, until Hillary found out and cut him off. Later, he was placed in an orphanage. He was hurt to learn that his step mother, Hillary, characterized young black men as predators.

    There’s more, but that is more than enough to chew on. We need to post the Dobbs tape when it becomes available. If people can watch the interview today, that would also be good.

  51. wbboei – I just saw this on twitter – maybe this is what you were talking about….?

    Boy, that Donna Brazile, she’s not listening to what her mama tells her, not in 2008, and not now…


    Lou Dobbs ‏@LouDobbs 18m18 minutes ago

    ⚡️ “Donna Brazile accused of showing Clinton Town Hall questions in advance” #MAGA #TrumpPence16 #TrumpTrain #Dobbs

  52. The parties to all these emails are Hillary, Mills, Huma and Sid Vicious.

    Ok, I know there are a lot of hard rock fans here, but I’m not and I’m not too familiar. But I have to say, that name “Sid Vicious” sounds like a hard rocker lol

  53. OMG Clinton’s people were bashing Catholics and evangelicals in the emails, too lol

    Well, I guess we know now, put nothing in writing, only talk in person, and somehow make sure there are no hot mics anywhere!

    I wonder if Hillary even likes Chelsea lol

  54. So Hillary knows what’s in these emails and knew they’d be coming out little by little – can you ebven imagine, the stress must be incredible – so THAT’S why she’s falling down! She’s drinking all the time because of the stress! ROFL

  55. Megyn Kelly is asking Katrina Pierson what’s up with an 11 point advantage in polls for Hillary. I think the internal polls show a much different story. But I *never* hear people on TV mentioning internal polls…. why is that…?

  56. A man right now on Kelly File is saying that no Republican since (FDR?) has lost college educated white voters – but Trump is. ??? Why would he not attract them? I don’t get that.

  57. From the ThinkProgress link above:

    Bush, while covering the Rio Olympics this summer, bragged to NBC colleagues at a party that he had a “tape of Trump being a real dog,” and this taunt is what prompted Access Hollywood staffers to dig the tape out of the archives.

    So… Trump didn’t know he was being taped, but Bush apparently did…. hmmm, WHO is the dog, Bush?

  58. wbboei – here’s (another?) take on the Bush tape reveal (I haven’t listened to it yet, they’re calling it the Paul Ryan coup)

  59. wbboei – the one from twitter today is actually talking about questions provided to Hillary in a primary debate with Sanders by Brazile.

    I think the one you heard about is from a general election debate…?

    Well, whether one or more, it’s disturbing…

    (you see the opponent has HUGE rallies, you have to get debate and talk show questions ahead of time, something is up with your health, all these embarrassing things are going to come out about you…. but you still run. Hillary is something else…)

  60. Wbboei @ 9:59 PM

    I saw the Lou Dobbs segment with Falwell and what I heard differed from what your informant told you.

    Falwell was told 6-8 weeks ago that Trump would be off the ticket by November 8, due to some secret plan being hatched by Republican elites, but he knew no further details. Falwell’s point was that when the events of this past weekend unfolded (the tape, Ryan defecting, other R’s fleeing), he put two and two together and assumed that this was the secret plan that had been intended to destroy Trump. The plan obviously failed in its objective.

    I don’t think Falwell intimated that the secret cabal had something else imminent between now and Election Day, although it’s certainly possible. Dobbs was trying to press him on who is in that cabal, but Falwell wouldn’t say anything other than it included one or more presidential hopefuls of the last 4-5 years.

    FWIW, that’s how I understood it.

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