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Trump And Gowdy Want To Stop Leakers, CNN CIA Mudd Reporter Threatens Gowdy


“The Day You Left Office Classified Information Appeared On The Front Page” Trey Gowdy’s Pissed – YouTube

Earlier today, I wrote this:

Yesterday, Gowdy grilled the operatives in our government about the issue of these constant illegal ‘leaks’ going to specifically the NYT and WP. The hold over official from the Obama gang stuttered and had to admit, this is all very illegal.

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Le Pen Popular With Workers In France: Even NYT Admits This

France: Presidential candidate Macron heckled while visiting striking workers in Amiens – YouTube

Marine Le Pen upstages rival Macron with factory visit – YouTube

 

France Presidential Election: Macron, Le Pen visit closed Whirlpool factory – YouTube: this female reporter explains that it is OK to close factories, that Macron is promising to give them all new jobs of unknown type.  This is how far away from workers the ‘left’ is from real live workers.

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Democratic and Republican Senators Unite To Increase Foreign Workers/ Japan Working Citizens To Death

31 Democratic and Republican Senators Call for More Foreign Workers to Replace Blue-Collar Americans last month.  The plan is to work us all to death or eliminate us and have nonvoters, aliens and illegal aliens come in and take jobs at half the cost and then let these people vote, too.  This plot to eliminate or reduce citizens to starvation levels or locked out of the systems…is how the super elites want to control power over us all.  And in Japan, the LDP has announced that employers can’t work their staff for more than 100 hours of overtime a month…which makes for a 70-80 hour week!

 

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Now They Are Claiming CIA Hack Was No Big Deal And CIA Doesn’t Spy On Trump or Citizens!

The mainstream news which we call ‘fake news’ is roaring along trying desperately to demonize Wikileaks and at the same time, like during the Podesta hacking, telling people ‘there is nothing here to see.’  The exposure of the depth of CIA spying on citizens is profound and obviously a Constitutional issue and should be discussed in Congress and investigated by Congress as a danger to the citizens of the US but I bet they will only focus on ‘who leaked the truth’. BTW, the NYT claims ‘Trump claimed he already possessed’ evidence of being hacked and whines, ‘he has shown no proof’ which is a lie, he simply said he was hacked and yes, he was, by the CIA which is spying on him.

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Red Scare Scam Collapsing Even As Mainstream News Push Fake Stories

Barack Obama bugged Donald Trump’s phone before the election through a secret FISA warrant, using the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in order to gain access to the Trump campaign’s communications, according to sources within the Administration. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.

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Trump Triumphed Totally Defeating Democratic Dreams of Dissing Him In Public

A quick word here: Trump’s State of the Union speech has, at frequent intervals, seen ALL the Congress rise and applaud him.  The planned ‘diss Trump’ game has totally and completely collapsed.  His speech was finely toned and totally patriotic.  Even deranged Democrats could not stop this speech.  I  hope everyone learns a lesson tonight.

 

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NYT And DNC Voters Push For Free Trade And Illegal Alien Labor

The Fake News New York Times is pushing as hard as possible the storyline that Democrats are popular and Republicans are hated.  To do this, they go to places where organized demonstrations and other efforts by mostly angry women, are attacking Republican Congresspeople.  They are fighting hard to be heard and what they are saying is, they want more illegal aliens, for example.  Seriously, I am not joking.   Continue reading

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