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What Obama Will Be Doing On Inauguration Day Is an Intentional HUGE ‘F YOU’ To Trump

What an ass.

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There’s a lengthy list of Hollywood liberals who have publicly stated they’d refuse to perform at The Donald’s inauguration.

Among them include Elton John, John Legend, Adam Lambert, Motley Crue, Zara Larsson, Jackie Evancho, and countless others. To be honest, I don’t know how many of you wanted any of those people to perform at his inauguration in the first place.

As Cool to be Conservative reported:

Since the entertainment world is run by liberals, A-list celebrities have been too afraid to sign on to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration because they feel that they would be risking their careers in doing so. As a result, Trump’s inauguration committee has had a very tough time booking anyone for the January 20 event.

This week, it was announced that Barack Hussein Obama will be rubbing this in Trump’s face by holding an A-list bash at the White House right around the time of the inauguration. Occupy Democrats reported that guests at the event will include Oprah Winfrey, music heavyweights Beyonce and Jay-Z, actor Samuel L. Jackson, world-famous singer Stevie Wonder, Academy Award-winning actor Bradley Cooper, and directors J.J. Abrams and George Lucas.

Clearly, Obama is trying to show that while average Americans love Trump, Hollywood elites still love him.

Luckily for the rest of us, Hollywood’s overwhelming support for liberals hasn’t been helping them that much…

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Likewise, on his show on Tuesday night of last week, Bill O’Reilly explained that there is a “reverse McCarthyism going on in the entertainment industry” that has intimidated singers from showing support for Trump in any way.

“If you are a Trump supporter, you are a bad person, and a number of entertainers believe their careers will be harmed, should they associate with the new Trump administration,” O’Reilly said, according to Daily Beast. “Again, that is terrible, an awful state of affairs.”

Those of us who watched the Golden Globes last night and saw the liberal insanity know that’s certainly the truth!

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Trump’s Post Pic Of Grandson In Oval Office- Liberals OUTRAGED! Do You Spot Reason?

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Now, this controversy I honestly don’t understand.

A photo of President Donald Trump’s newborn grandson sitting behind the resolute desk at the Oval Office has sparked some truly baffling backlash from social media users this morning.

President Donald Trump’s younger son, Eric Trump, took his newborn son, Luke Trump, for a visit to the White House earlier this week. While they were there he sat the child down on the president’s red leather chair behind the resolute desk in the Oval Office. Which seems logical since the boy looks just like the President, even his hair. Eric then proceeded to snap a picture of Luke and shared it on twitter.

Luke is seen wearing a light blue outfit while trying to just barely peek over the president’s desk in front of him.

All this is super cute and harmless. But of course, the left wing social media keyboard commandos have to spoil it by saying it degrades the office of the president of the United States.

Really Liberals? You guys really want to go there? Do you really want me to take you on a stroll down memory lane? Fine, Let’s stroll away!

Who can forget the many times former President Barack Hussein Obama put his dirty nasty feet on the Resolute desk?

 

Yup, And forget Obama’s feet on the desk, I can provide even more serious offenses Democrat Presidents have done in the Oval Office.

Via Law2:

The President and Monica Lewinsky

Monica Lewinsky came to Washington in July 1995 to work as a White House intern at age 21, newly graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland. In her first few months on the job, the aggressive and sexually experienced Lewinsky met and flirted with the President, but no opportunities for close personal contact arose. In November 1995, however, Lewinsky was assigned to the West Wing and she soon found herself alone with Clinton. He asked if he could kiss Lewinsky. She quickly consented. Later that evening, the two would have the first of what eventually would be ten sexual encounters over a sixteen-month period. After eight of the encounters had taken place, in April 1996, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff–most likely aware of the threat the young intern posed–reassigned Lewinsky to the a position in the Department of Defense. The following month Clinton told a disappointed Lewinsky (“He was my sunshine,” she later told a grand jury) he was ending the relationship, but he revived it briefly in early 1997.

The encounters followed a predictable pattern. Generally they occurred on weekend mornings in and around the Oval Office (including a study, a hallway, and a bathroom), when few people except Clinton’s personal secretary, Betty Currie, would be around the West Wing. Although many private meetings between the two involved no sexual activity, when they did they generally included Lewinsky fellating the President and the President fondling her breasts and genitalia. On three occasions, Lewinsky performed oral sex while the President talked on the phone. Lewinsky told Clinton she would like to have vaginal intercourse with him, but he resisted. He also terminated the oral sex sessions before ejaculation until their last two encounters.

When Clinton again told Lewinsky in May 1997 that their sexual relationship was over, she redoubled efforts that began the previous year to enlist the President’s assistance in finding employment. Lewinsky received a job offer from U. N. Ambassador Bill Richardson several months later, but she turned it down, preferring to find private sector employment. Clinton golfing buddy and power broker Vernon Jordan, acting at what he presumed to be the President’s request through Betty Currie, met with Lewinsky to discuss employment possibilities in November 1997.

Less than two weeks after Lewinsky’s name appeared on the Jones deposition list, Clinton told her the news. He advised her that filing an affidavit might avoid the necessity of a deposition (but only, he need hardly have said, if she denied a sexual relationship), and he reminded her of their “cover story” for her frequent trips to Oval Office–that she was just delivering documents. Two days after discussing the matter with Clinton, Lewinsky received a subpoena to appear for a deposition in January 1998. She called Vernon Jordan, who again met with her and referred her to an attorney, who proceeded to draft an affidavit that reflected her denial of any sexual involvement with the President.

Just after Christmas, Lewinsky spoke again with Clinton, raising her concern that the subpoena had requested that she bring to the deposition any gifts–and there were many–that she had received from him. Although Clinton apparently informed Lewinsky that she was obligated to give the lawyers for Jones any gifts in her possession, a call came later that day from Currie, indicating that she understood Lewinsky had some items she’d like to give her for safekeeping. (Currie, in her testimony, disagreed with Lewinsky’s version of events and claimed that the call about the presents came from Lewinsky, not her.) Currie drove to Lewinsky’s home and carted away a box of Clinton gifts and put them under her bed.

In early January 1998, Lewinsky signed an affidavit, with the intent of filing it for the Jones case, claiming her relationship with the President was non-sexual. The day after Lewinsky showed the affidavit to Vernon Jordan, Jordan made a call to Ronald Perelman, a friend and member of the Board of Directors of Revlon, encouraging him to hire Lewinsky. The job offer from Revlon came just two days later.

Who can forget the nine times former President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky had oral sex in the oval office, ON THE RESOLUTE DESK!

So you see Liberals, if you want to be outraged about a newborn child sitting on the president’s desk you are welcomed to be, but I would keep quiet if I were you, because if you want to go there, we have a lot many places to go.

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BREAKING: Trump Just Called McCain’s Wife – IT’S BAD!

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In an official White House statement we now know President Donald Trump on Friday made a call the wife of Republican Arizona Senator John McCain, Cindy McCain, after getting news that he had been hospitalized this week as he battles one of the deadliest forms of cancers known to man.

McCain who is 81 years old was diagnosed with a highly lethal form of brain cancer in July and on Wednesday his office said he had been admitted to the hospital with complications.

The statement read that Senator McCain was currently receiving treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center for what is considered normal side effects of his ongoing cancer therapy. But that he remains in high spirits and eternally grateful to his physicians for their excellent care they have provided for him since his treatment has begun. In the statement, he also thanked his friends and supporters for their encouragement and good wishes and states that the senator looks forward to returning to work as soon as possible.

McCain’s Republican colleagues expressed high optimism that he will be able to make the vote on the tax overhaul next week since senators must be physically present on the Senate floor to cast votes. Considering this time he will vote with the GOP lets all hope and pray this is true.

MSN Reports:

President Trump: U.S. Economy to ‘Rock’ as GOP Races to Tax Vote

GOP lawmakers posted their sweeping, 503-page bill — with permanent tax cut for U.S. corporations and temporary benefits for individuals — on Friday evening after gaining key votes from two Republican senators who’d threatened to oppose it. Now, with votes planned in the House and Senate by the middle of next week, Trump is closing in on his first major legislative victory.

The bill — hammered out behind closed doors by Republican leaders — would slash the corporate tax rate to 21 percent, the lowest that rate has been since 1939. It would provide across-the-board tax cuts for most individuals, but then wipe them off the books by 2026. Whether to extend them would be up to a future Congress.

Trump’s White House applauded Friday’s developments, which Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called a major step toward achieving the president’s promises of faster economic growth and “much needed financial relief to all Americans.”

“It’ll be fantastic for the middle-income people and for jobs, most of all,” Trump said on Saturday at the White House before boarding Marine One for Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland. He predicted U.S. economic growth “could go to 4, 5 or even 6 percent, ultimately.”

“We are really going to start to rock,” Trump told reporters.

House leaders plan to hold their vote Tuesday. Timing for the Senate vote was less clear, though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the chamber would “get this bill done” next week.

Everything You Need to Know About the GOP Tax-Overhaul Plan

Trump and congressional Republicans have repeatedly pitched the tax measure as a boon for the middle class, despite independent analyses of earlier versions that said most of the benefit would go to higher earners. The final bill would provide a larger tax cut for the highest earners by shaving the top individual tax rate to 37 percent from 39.6 percent, a lower level than was proposed in either the House or Senate versions.

“This April 15 filing season — that is the last time you will file under this monstrous, broken tax code,” House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady said Friday evening. Brady kicked off a remarkably rapid law-making effort on Nov. 2, when he released an initial bill. The final version reflects significant changes — many of them aimed at shoring up GOP votes.

Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who had announced his opposition to an earlier version of the legislation, switched to “yes” after tax writers changed the bill to broaden the child tax credit’s benefits for working families. Rubio said in a Twitter message that the change “is a solid step toward broader reforms which are both pro-growth and pro-worker.”

‘Major Wins’
Senator Susan Collins, a Maine Republican who hasn’t committed to supporting the final legislation, issued a news release saying she’d secured “major wins” in it, including provisions that would temporarily broaden an individual deduction for medical expenses and broaden the types of state and local taxes that can be deducted below a $10,000 cap.

Collins also seeks approval of separate legislation that would shore up individual health insurance markets — where experts say premiums could rise because the tax bill would repeal the Obamacare individual mandate. The Congressional Budget Office has previously estimated that the change would lead to as many as 13 million fewer Americans having health coverage over a decade.

But the most surprising announcement came from Bob Corker of Tennessee — the only Republican senator who voted against an earlier Senate version of the legislation — when he said that he’d reversed course and would vote “yes.”

Corker’s concern — that the legislation would increase federal deficits — was not addressed in the GOP’s final product. In fact, the Congressional Budget Office estimated on Friday that the legislation would increase deficits by $1.455 trillion over 10 years, an amount that’s slightly higher than the projection for the version Corker opposed earlier this month.

‘Disappointing’ on Deficit
“This is a bad day to be a deficit hawk,” said Steve Ellis, vice president of Taxpayers for Common Sense. “While Senator Corker’s decision is disappointing, the entire Republican conference should be against this deficit-financed tax cut,” Ellis said.

McConnell himself had cited deficit concerns earlier this year in discussing tax legislation. “It will have to be revenue-neutral,” he said in an interview with Bloomberg News. “We have a $21 trillion debt.”

By changing his position, Corker, who’s exchanged bitter remarks with Trump over the president’s personal style, cleared the way for the president’s first real policy victory on Capitol Hill.

Whether it will constitute a political victory remains to be seen. Public opinion polls have shown that earlier versions of the bill were unpopular, but Trump administration officials and GOP leaders predict the tax cuts, once finalized, will gain favor in 2018, ahead of congressional elections.

Democrats — all of whom voted against earlier versions of the legislation in both chambers — have decried the rapid, largely secretive process that produced the bill.

“This monstrosity is a bill that only Donald Trump and Republicans, who have accomplished next to nothing in this Congress, could love,” said Representative Lloyd Doggett, a Texas Democrat who serves on the tax-writing Ways and Means panel. “It will not grow our economy, it only burdens us with an immense amount of debt.”

On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen offered only a lukewarm endorsement of the legislation’s effect on the national economy. “It’s not a gigantic increase in growth,” Yellen said during a news conference.

I am very aware most people on the right don’t agree nor hold Senator McCain in very high regards, in fact, neither do I. But he is still a human being that’s suffering and he deserves our prayers and well wishes at a time that’s so tragic for him and his family. Let’s also hope and pray there comes a day we will never have to see another soul lost to Cancer and its ravishing treatment.

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BOMBSHELL Out Of San Francisco… Anti-Trump Judge Going To PRISON!!!

He Thought He Could Get Away With It!

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Another one bites the dust… this time in the 9th circus….err I mean 9th circuit.  A prominent judge in the US appeals court has now been accused inappropriate sexual conduct or comments by a total of nine women.

The latest allegations against Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals go back decades and include women who met him at events, according to the Washington Post. The 67-year-old judge based out of Pasadena, California was appointed to the bench by former President Ronald Reagan in 1985 serving the 9th Circuit for 32 years. Seven of those years were served as chief judge from 2007-2014. A child of Romania immigrants that survived the Holocaust fleeing to America, Kozinski is an essayist and judicial commentator in addition to sitting the bench on the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals with essays in publications such as Slate, The New Yorker, The New Republic, and National Review. He is known for his irreverent opinions and his clerks often win prestigious clerkships at the U.S. Supreme Court.

The Post reported that six former clerks and externs on the appeals court had accused Kozinski of subjecting them to inappropriate comments or exposing them to pornography,  as well as four women who say he touched or kissed them against their will.

Retired US Court of Federal Claims judge, Christine Miller has accused Kozinski of grabbing her breasts during a car ride in 1986 after a legal community function in the Baltimore area.  According to Miller, Kozinski got grabby hands after she refused to go to a motel with him and have sex.

Miller states –

“‘He said if you won’t sleep with me, I want to touch you, and then he reached over, and — this was the most antiseptic — he grabbed each of my breasts and squeezed them.”

Emily Murphy states Kozinski once tried to convince her and other clerks to work out while naked after she mentioned that the court’s gym appeared to regularly be used by employees.

Another accuser is Leah Litman, a law professor at Univerity of California, Irvine. Litman claims the judge spoke of just having had sex, then pinching her side as well as her leg while they were in a restaurant together the evening before they were to appear together on a judicial panel at her school in July.

Yet a third lawyer not identified by name claims Kozinski approached her at a 2008 legal event held in Los Angeles while she stood alone.  He then proceeded to kiss her on the mouth and give her a tight bear hug with no warning or invitation. According to the Post, the woman’s husband did confirm the incident in question, however, they said nothing due to Kozinski’s powerful position and a belief that nothing would be done because of it.

Another accuser by the name of Heidi Bond a former law clerk from 2006-2007, said the judge showed her porn on multiple occasions, including pictures of naked college-aged students at a party and a flipbook which a woman’s naked body parts had to be matched up to the corresponding bodies. When asked why nothing was said at the time, she responded with “I mean, who would I tell? Who do you even tell? Who do you go to?”

Kosinski vehemently denies the allegations, issuing a statement through his attorney indicating he believed all of this was a misunderstanding based on his “unusual sense of humor” and he deeply regretted that his ‘unusual sense of humor caused offense or made anyone uncomfortable.’

“I have been a judge for 35 years and during that time have had over 500 employees in my chambers. I treat all of my employees as family and work very closely with most of them. I would never intentionally do anything to offend anyone and it is regrettable that a handful have been offended by something I may have said or done.”

Now as a result of these allegations the 9th Circuit has opened a misconduct inquiry. In a letter to Chief Justice Roberts, 9th Circuit Chief Judge Sidney Thomas said it is the practice of the appeals court to investigate published allegations of misconduct.  As a result, the circuit initiated a formal inquiry. In an effort to ensure impartiality inasmuch as it can do so, Thomas asked the chief justice to transfer the complaint to another circuit so judges that do not sit with Kozinski would conduct the inquiry. On Friday, Roberts did just that by letter routing the misconduct inquiring to the Judicial Council of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York.

According to NPR

Since the Post’s report last week, two other former clerks on the 9th Circuit who did not work for Kozinski, including Slate columnist Dahlia Lithwick, have published accounts of their own encounters with the judge. The Washington Post reported Friday night that nine more women say he “subjected them to sexual comments or other conduct, including four who say he touched them inappropriately.”

One of Kozinski’s current clerks has resigned, a spokesman for the court told The Associated Press.

This is not Kozinski’s first time facing misconduct charges either. In 2008, the Los Angeles Times reported on a publicly accessible website the judge maintained full of sexually explicit photos and videos. Like this current misconduct inquiry, this one was also transferred to another court where Kozinski was subsequently admonished for exhibiting poor judgment in maintaining material that could prove “an embarrassment to the federal judiciary.”

This existence of this inquiry tends to lend credence to the women’s claims of sexual impropriety on the part of Kozinski.

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