Trump Released His Post-Election Program Point By Point


Trump’s ‘Gettysburg address’ makes closing argument for choosing him and unveils ‘first 100 days’ agenda | Daily Mail Online reports.  Too bad the New York Times and Washington Post won’t carry this important story.  What is Hillary’s plans?  We do have a good idea, only if we carefully go over the speeches and Wikileaks information of what she said in the past to world leaders and Wall Street!  Of course, little of what she has promised them makes the mainstream news and this is deliberate, of course, so I give you this information straight out of London, not NYC.


I particularly like the ‘lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying for foreign governments.  I thought Hillary would surely lose the nomination when we all learned that she did this and her buddies do this.  They all like to follow the money!  Accepting bribes always leads to openly working for foreign governments.


I LOVE the ‘complete ban on foreign lobbyists raising money for our elections.’  THIS IS TREASON.  No ifs, ands or buts.  It is open treason!  The NYT is part owned by the richest Mexican so they think letting foreigners lobby by giving money to candidates is a wonderful idea.  Fantastic!  I disagree, obviously.


Another no-brainer.  Europe’s people have been tricked by their Bilderberg gang conspirators into opening the doors to foreign invasion and now increasingly regret this.  Meanwhile, NATO spends all its energy on attacking Putin and Russia.  This is beyond stupid.  It is fatal.


I don’t agree with the ‘conservative Supreme Court judge’ part, unless it is a true conservative and not a radical rightwinger who wants to cement power via force.  Figuring out which is which is always tricky since both left and right love to be draconian and impose things on the rest of us.


Before rattling off his policy to-do list, Trump aired more grievances against the journalism profession and the parade of women who have accused him of unwanted kissing and groping years – and in some cases decades – ago…’Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. Total fabrication. The events never happened. Never,’ Trump declared.


‘All of these liars will be sued after the election is over.’



And he should.  Not one had said a peep for years and years and even when he began running for President, dead silence.  Nothing said until September.  This is a sign of a conspiracy to hold off this business so they could hammer him late in the day when he can’t do research or the rest of us do research to discover the truth.


He also said he would litigate against the Democratic Party for allegedly paying saboteurs to start fistfights at his campaign rallies.


Go for it!  Now that the connection between the agitators and the Clinton campaign became clear not just due to Wikileaks but also a third party infiltrating their illicit vote rigging operations to film they BOASTING about cheating, lying and stealing…yes, this should all go to trial.  I am stunned that so far, no one has been arrested.


I agree with all of this.  Bravo.  Have been yelling about much of this over time.  Our rulers are slitting our throats.  They destroyed my sheep business years ago, hammered the price down from $250 a head for exotic sheep to less than $50 a head.  My business was destroyed completely.  I and  thousands of other sheep breeders went under after that disaster.


Clinton has ‘nothing to say’ about email revealing $12M deal with Morocco’s king handing her bribes.  Meanwhile, another sex blow for the Clintons which the media totally ignored:  WikiLeaks: Clinton aides scramble to address alleged mistress nicknamed ‘Energizer Bunny’ |except Fox News did report this!


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10 responses to “Trump Released His Post-Election Program Point By Point

  1. Christian W

    What about this effort, The Economist?

  2. tio
    {It is over. Hillary may start wars in her six months before going into a sanatorium. Trump may build walls. But the rot will go on. Tell me why it won’t.}

  3. emsnews

    When we consider that the Skull and Bones, for example, does child rape (ME!!!) and other elites do this to children, of course, they will accuse Trump of this even as we have video after video of Biden manhandling one little girl after another…sheesh.

  4. Jim R

    On another topic you love to hate, Elaine, Bitcoin has passed $650 on the way up.

    My take is that it is more a sign of total disgust and revulsion for the banks and governments, than it is a sign of faith in the reliability of the internet.

    It’s worth noting, though, the recent attacks on twitter, facebook, etc. did NOT affect Bitcoin because the attack was against DNS and Bitcoin is almost completely independent of DNS. You’d have to understand some network technology for that to make sense..

  5. emsnews

    That is interesting. But then, many things like, say, real estate sold to rich people has shot up to the heavens, much more so. Doesn’t make it either sane or smart. It just happens.

    Other items have shot up, too. Usually for people with too much money.

  6. Jim R

    Like I said, disgust. Looking for a place to stash money. Banks and governments openly stealing.

    With Bitcoin, at the heart of it, you are buying … wait for it … nothing at all.

  7. Christian W

    @ 5

    Good stuff, tio.

  8. Petruchio

    “I don’t agree with the ‘conservative Supreme Court judge’ part, unless it is a true conservative and not a radical rightwinger who wants to cement power via force.” It’s always tricky picking SC justices. Eisenhower said picking Earl Warren was the biggest mistake of his Presidency. David Souter was a surprise, but that was good because Bush appointed him. The Bush people claim that Souter “lied his eyes out” during the interview process. And there have been other surprise SC justices who didn’t ‘perform’ on the Court as the people who appointed them thought.

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