Flynn’s Gone But They’re Still Gunning For You, Donald

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General Flynn’s tenure in the White House was only slightly longer than that of President-elect William Henry Harrison in 1841.  Actually, with just 24 days in the White House, General Flynn’s tenure fell a tad short of old “Tippecanoe and Tyler Too”.  General Harrison actually lasted 31 days before getting felled by pneumonia.

And the circumstances were considerably more benign. It seems that General Harrison had a fondness for the same “firewater” that agitated the native Americans he slaughtered at the famous battle memorialized in his campaign slogan. In fact, during the campaign a leading Democrat newspaper skewered the old general, who at 68 was the oldest US President prior to Ronald Reagan, saying:

Give him a barrel of hard [alcoholic] cider, and… a pension of two thousand [dollars] a year… and… he will sit the remainder of his days in his log cabin. Continue reading

The New American Coup – Media Leading Charge to Topple Government

 

There is clearly a coup unfolding led by the Democrats and the media. They will not accept Trump and are determined to destroy the government as we have known it. Sally Yates obviously pulled a political move by declaring that she would not execute Trumps ban of the selected countries. First of all, that would only constitute deporting someone who tried to come in who was not a legal resident. So they would not be arrested or put in prison. What was she up to? Obviously what she did had no real legal meaning, it was a political stand and for that Trump rightly fired her. Continue reading

President Trump fires attorney general who was actively working against him

Corporate media freaks out over logical firing

(INTELLIHUB) — In a swift act Monday night President Donald Trump fired acting attorney general Sally Yates who had earlier revealed that she was refusing to do her job in defending the presidents executive order on immigration.

Yates, an Obama holdover in power because Trump’s nomination is still in the process of being confirmed, was attempting to use her position to push her political beliefs by opposing Trump’s executive action that the corporate media has pathetically labeled a “Muslim ban”.

“I am not convinced that the defense of the Executive Order is consistent with these responsibilities nor am I convinced that the Executive Order is lawful,” wrote Yates before going on to claim that her job to is stand for what she believes is right. Continue reading