The Boys Who Cried Wolf


This isn’t a fable.

NYT food critic Frank Bruni:

Crying Wolf, Then Confronting Trump

Conservative commentators and die-hard Republicans often brush off denunciations of Donald Trump as an unprincipled hatemonger by saying: Yeah, yeah, that’s what Democrats wail about every Republican they’re trying to take down. Sing me a song I haven’t heard so many times before.

Howard Wolfson would be outraged by that response if he didn’t recognize its aptness.

“There’s enough truth to it to compel some self-reflection,” Wolfson, who was the communications director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid in 2008, told me this week.

In fact, he finds himself thinking about it a whole lot: how extreme the put-downs of political adversaries have become; how automatically combatants adopt postures of unalloyed outrage; what this means when they come upon a crossroads — and a candidate — of much greater, graver danger.

“I worked on the presidential campaign in 2004,” he said, referring to John Kerry’s contest against George W. Bush. He added that he was also “active in discussing” John McCain when he ran for the presidency in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012.

“And I’m quite confident I employed language that, in retrospect, was hyperbolic and inaccurate, language that cheapened my ability — our ability — to talk about this moment with accuracy and credibility.”

Did Democrats cry wolf so many times before Trump that no one hears or heeds them now?


Democrats were indeed dire about Romney, even though many of them, including President Obama, now speak of him fondly, as a Republican whose prescriptions might be flawed but whose heart is true.

Four years ago, he was a bloodsucking capitalist vampire whose indictment of Obamacare was ipso facto proof of his racism. In The Daily Beast, he was called a “race-mongering pyromaniac.” On MSNBC, he was accused, by a black commentator, of the “niggerization” of Obama into “the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.”

Romney was supposedly out of touch with reality — never mind that he had governed a blue state, Massachusetts, without cataclysmic incident — just as McCain was described, in some quarters, as a combustible hothead who couldn’t be allowed anywhere near the nuclear codes. He was Trump before Trump, which makes Trump less Trump.


“It’s only when you find yourself describing someone who really is the definition of an extremist — who really is, essentially, in my opinion, a fascist — that you recognize that the language that you’ve used in the past to describe other people was hyperbolic and inappropriate and cheap,” Wolfson said.

Apparently neither Bruni nor the NYT participated in crying wolf. It was just Wolfson and a few nameless, faceless Democrats.

In the fable, the boy cried wolf several times until the villagers quit believing him, although why they left him guarding the sheep if they didn’t trust him is never answered.

The Democrats would have us believe that just like in the fable, a wolf finally showed up. They would like us to believe that the wolf’s name is Donald Trump.

“We’re sorry we lied to you before, but this time we are really telling the truth!”

But like I said, this isn’t a fable. It isn’t enough just to claim that Trump is a wolf. Show us his tail and fangs. Show us the evidence.

Hitler wanted to round up all the Jews and kill them. Trump wants to round up all the illegal aliens and send them back where they came from. How is that the same? Hitler wrote “Mein Kampf” in which he spelled out his antisemitic views and his militaristic plans for Germany. Donald Trump wrote “The Art of the Deal” in which he talked about his early life and gave advice for business success.

I will agree that Trump is dangerous – to the existing political establishment. Look how many times Congress and the White House have changed hands between the Democrats and the GOP in the past fifty years. Now think about how many times the direction of our government has changed.

The real differences between the Republican and Democrat establishments are minor and mostly cosmetic. The lobbyists shower money on both sides. Every few years the people get tired of one party and vote the other party into power.

But nothing really changes. That’s because the wolves are guarding the sheep. And we’re the sheep.

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172 Responses to The Boys Who Cried Wolf

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Lulu says:

      Whatever “poll” numbers the media publishes the private internal polls are ten times worse for Hill the Invalid. The public is sick of her, just like the public was sick of the Bushes (and please clap !Jeb) and wants her and Big Dog to go away. The Democrats shot their wad with Broncobama and their psy-ops is old news. That’s racist!, you’re too stupid to govern yourselves, and more elite fuck-ups sneering at everyone is not going to work this time. If she had not hooked herself to Bronco as SOS and been almost as high profile during this reverse-Midas administration she might have had a chance if her health had held up and she didn’t have a string of absolute failure policies in the rest of the world, but she didn’t and it is her own fucking fault. She could have laid low, developed some interesting policies, not sucked up foreign bucks to sell out this country, and run again. But she piggy backed on Bronco just like she did with Big Dog and it has blown up in her stupid ambitious spiteful face. Tough shit Hill.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Her life is a Greek tragedy. Instead of hubris she has overweening ambition.

        • Lulu says:

          Yep. Based on nothing. I don’t think she is THAT smart. Like Bronco she is above average but not much. She is stubborn and dogged in her pursuits even if they are wrong. She always has someone else to blame other than herself. When she started planning to run again in 2016 she did not factor in her age and health which is shit. Being old, sick, fat and dopey is going to lose her the debates. It will be a spectacle of awful.

          • lateblum says:

            I think Hillary is way more intelligent than bronco. That said, I think she has deteriorated greatly and should spend time renewing her soul and her spirit than running a campaign. And, to mis-quote FLOTUS, “If Hillary can’t run a campaign, she surely can’t run the country.”

          • DeniseVB says:

            Why would the Clintons put a perfectly good Money Laundering Foundation at risk to be President (again!) ? Goodness knows they were making better money. 😉 I don’t hate them, but sure getting tired of them. CFS – Clinton Fatigue Syndrome.

          • elliesmom says:

            Because they won’t have any government influence to sell unless one of them has a position in the government that can make things happen.

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Lulu says:

      LOL. Trump is his mother’s Viking DNA son. Look up Isle of Lewis, Og the Viking king, and hell raising. Mrs Trump didn’t have Alzheimers but she did have big, awful, dyed hair. I think he doesn’t remember what was said in Mexico City because they were jabbering in Espanol and Trump speaks “Brooklyn”.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Fluently. 😆

        • Lulu says:

          The funniest thing that came out of that meeting is the prez of Mexico said “we are not paying for the wall” and Trump ignored him and rattled on to the next subject. Trump was not getting side-tracked into a bunch of crap with him. Besides he doesn’t need permission to collect money from the cartels seized property or to collect a fee on remittances to Mexico. Was Trump to be rude and say “I don’t give a fuck I’m doing it anyway” while in Mexico with their invite. No. He IGNORED him and went on with HIS agenda. That is how it is done.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

  5. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Epstein is Bill Clinton’s pedophile pal.

  6. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This was staged. Still kinda funny tho.

  7. elliesmom says:

    Eliesdad and I had lunch at our new favorite restaurant the other day. There’s a young woman we chat with who’s a waitress by day and an aspiring journalist by night. She’s on the town meeting-planning board-school committee circuit at the moment, but she’s looking to move up. The conversation this time started over how the school scores on statewide testing get reported. It was mostly a math lesson on my part, but somehow the conversation turned to the presidential election. When we got home, Elliesdad said he had been planning to vote against Hillary, but now he was voting for Trump. Same vote cast, but a whole new attitude about doing it. I had shared stories about the ice skating rink and the integration of Palm Beach exclusive clubs with our waitress. Elliesdad has decided Trump can get things done, and he’s not worried about what he’ll do. I’m pretty sure Elliesdad has never voted for a Republican in his life. Abstained or voted 3rd party, yes. The message that needs to get out is not so much what Trump will do as the one about what he’s already done. What has Hillary Clinton ever done for anyone other than Hillary Clinton? Contrary to popular belief, I think Donald Trump is a modest man, and he isn’t going to ask the people he’s helped to parade across the stage for him, but it sure would be nice if some of them would volunteer.

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Yay, I found my Gab invite in spam this morning and I’m all signed up. I could only remember vm’s username, I’m @DeniseVB there too.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Meanwhile, back at the Twitter hole …. this is pretty nifty….

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Oh my ….

  12. Dora says:

  13. Somebody says:

    I’m so sick of all the outrage over Trump’s immigration policies. First and foremost contrast his outlined policies with Hillary’s; she hasn’t been nearly as specific, but best I can tell more of the same with less border security, massive increase in “refugees”, and most likely amnesty… no thanks.

    What Trump outlined was following the laws we already have in place, ZOMG! There are a few minor variations like a wall instead of a fence and a beefed up task force to find and deport criminals. Once again ZOMG, where are my pearls to clutch!!

    We’re supposed to think a President that wants to uphold and enforce the laws of the land is the next coming of Hilter? Go sell crazy somewhere else.

    • Lulu says:

      If you analyze all of the points it is basically “we aren’t going to pay for them anymore”. It is steps to rectify a horrible cost/benefit to the people of the US. The media, Hillary, Dems, Never-Trumpers, immigration rights activists will not mention the sub-text which is cut off the money and they go home. No one is against self-supporting legal immigrants. They are terrified of bringing up the horrific costs of illegal immigration which is subsidized by the Uni-Party with tax-payer money. This is all Jeff Sessions stuff that he has collected in the Senate for 10-15 years. And every bit of it is already law.

  14. votermom says:

    Oh, Denise got her Gab invite!

    You all should get one too. It’s a fun hangout!

  15. Venus says:

    Good post from “Mormaer” at Big Pink. Wanted to share:

    September 2, 2016 at 6:28 am
    What I heard in the Trump immigration speech was “Cut off the money!” While this country was built on immigration and peoples who came to make a life, work hard, and have opportunity we never had people who came demanding to be given one and paid for by the people already here. While some areas of the country like the cheap labor immigrants bring, most do not. And “federalizing” the cost to spread the outrageous money costs being spent on bringing people who have no way to support themselves (or in many cases intent) is a problem no one ever got to vote on until this election. Trump is asking who wants to pay for this scam?

    Cheap labor is great for businesses. Not only do they pay them very little they pass the costs of this “cheap” labor on to the public. Crime, education, medical, housing, etc is passed on in having to subsidize them because they don’t make enough to support themselves. Localities struggled with this for decades until the local biz got the pols to tax and pay for them. When that got too much they got the feds to do it and spread teh costs even more. And MAKE the states and locals help, enforce, and run the rackets that spring up around it. Now it is international. Just look at the EU. It is anything but cheap.

    Who exactly benefits? Business. Politicians like those bums who hired the illegals who ran over people on the bridge in Louisiana (a local constable and some yahoo state rep from Arkansas were running the illegal construction crew to clean up after the floods and I’m sure FEMA money is in there somewhere) and think they are untouchable, state and local “social” workers, professional “charities” who run profits, etc. Who pays? The public. Most of it federal tax money which is spread around like manure. All of it is hidden carefully. And this is why Dems and Repubs like it so much. It is a scam. And cost shifting and income redistribution to business, professional so called “do-gooders” and immigration activists.

    Cut off the money and most of the immigrants go home. They will starve without the YUGE subsidies from the public to them and their employers. Give bus tickets to the roaming indigents or plane tickets. Remember the Tsarnaev’s? They went home all on their own. No streets paved with gold and a son with a death sentence and another one a speed bump. Can’t afford to live here and not a citizen? Go home. No one has the RIGHT to come here and be supported by the public. That is not how it works. The public gets a say in where their tax money goes and it isn’t to businesses and non-citizens. Lucky Trump.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Hillary wants to teach us about diplomacy. LOL ! Also, I’m seeing less and less slobbering paid Hilbots defending her on these tweets.

    • Anthony says:

      If the definition of “Diplomatic Skills” includes leaving 4 Americans to die in Benghazi, running a Ponzi scheme with your own foundation via the State Department, selling Uranium to the Russians and Iranians and compromising national security, then she just might be right

      • lateblum says:

        I’m using this – with my family obots. They actually don’t like HRC, but are “forced” to vote for her given the person she is running against. Interestingly, they don’t even recognize the others who are running. But, if I continue to talk about what she has(n’t) accomplished for this nation, perhaps I can crack that hard core of theirs. They brag they have “never voted Rep for POTUS”. I tell them I fail to see that as a great achievement.

        • Kathy says:

          Check out Hillary is 44. Turns out Trumps plan not much different than Clintons.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Most of my Hillary friends work for the local, state or federal government and fear that Trump will run our government so “efficiently” they’ll lose their jobs. Otherwise, I don’t understand her supporters. Same people who thought SarahP was “stupid”.

  17. jeffhas says:

    What a terrific post.

    So crystal clear. This should be required reading for anyone who votes I any election.

    Thank you.

  18. Anthony says:

    “I will agree that Trump is dangerous – to the existing political establishment. Look how many times Congress and the White House have changed hands between the Democrats and the GOP in the past fifty years. Now think about how many times the direction of our government has changed.”

    ^^^This is EVERYTHING^^^
    Thanks Myiq🙂

  19. Dora says:

    Remember this? Me thinks she has had her eye on the oval office since this speech.


    Hillary Clinton’s breakout moment at Wellesley College

  20. Myiq2xu™ says:


    Melania Trump has filed a blockbuster $150 million lawsuit against the The Daily Mail and a US-based blog claiming they defamed her when they reported that she worked for an escort service, multiple reports said Thursday.

    And the British newspaper blinked just hours later, retracting its story and apologizing to the wife of GOP nominee Donald Trump.

    Charles Harder, Melania Trump’s lawyer, hammered the news outlets. “These defendants made several statements about Mrs. Trump that are 100 percent false and tremendously damaging to her personal and professional reputation,” he said in a statement.

    The suit was filed against the paper and the blog Tarpley in state court in Montgomery County, Maryland, CNN reported.

    “Defendants broadcast their lies to millions of people throughout the U.S. and the world—without any justification,” Harder said. “Their many lies include, among others, that Mrs. Trump supposedly was an ‘escort’ in the 1990s before she met her husband. Defendants’ actions are so egregious, malicious and harmful to Mrs. Trump that her damages are estimated at $150 million dollars.”

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I hope her lawyers stick it in and break it off.

      • Somebody says:

        There are a lot more people that need to be sued. My news feed on my phone has had an article every single day this week about Melania being a sex worker.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’m trying to search for positive Trump news stories/history for my blog and all I get from Google and Bing (et tu?) are the Trump business failures articles. They all seem dated after his Pres announcement too. I guess I’ll dig deeper (and earlier).

  21. votermom says:

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      OMG, a justice system dealing with crime and criminals. How could they? But somehow the prison and justice system is racist and everyone going to prison is black. The progressive world is very confusing.

      • mcnorman says:

        Obviously they don’t live next door to the dumbell.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I read an article recently claiming we put more people in prison than any other country in the worrrrrrrld. I thought maybe that was because most other countries just kill ’em for stupid offenses, voila, no prison overcrowding! 😛

  23. Lulu says:

    OT and because I thought the layout boo-boos were funny.
    I have no idea if this is safe for work. I wouldn’t work at a place that found this offensive but that’s me.

  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • John Denney says:

      Thanks for that.
      My kid tells me the Clinton Foundation is actually pretty good. So I did a web search and was surprised to find Charity Watch rated it “A”.
      I didn’t find this article, and I use Ixquick, not Google. Didn’t find any negative articles.

  25. votermom says:

    Kid the Younger keeps going left. Now she wants to join the school Coexist club.

    Kill me now.

    • Somebody says:

      Oh my, I’m so sorry.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Coexist sounds so peaceful🙂

    • John Denney says:

      Coexistence must be mutual.
      In the U.S., we hold that all men are created equal (no royal blood, master race, untouchables, or dhimmis), and that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights, among which are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. We unite to defend each person’s Life, Liberty, and Property. Sometimes that requires force of arms, to which we also have a right, as demonstrated at Lexington and Concord in 1775.
      Therefore, we coexist with those who hold these same views, and to a large degree tolerate those who do not.
      But we cannot coexist with those who would deprive us of what is rightfully ours.
      BTW, the Rights endowed by our Creator do not require another person to pay for them.

  26. foxyladi14 says:

    VM we do the best we can, to raise them right.
    But once they are grown, All we can do is watch!!! 😦

  27. lyn says:

    Made my morning …

  28. votermom says:

    Found this comment:

    Already banned from HuffPo for writing about #HillarysHealth, David Seaman’s twitter account (@d_seaman) was removed this morning.

  29. Dora says:

  30. driguana says:

    Hi all! Just back from a week in ultra liberal Santa Fe NM and so happy to be back in South FL…even though we had to fly over Hurricane Hermine to get back. Didn’t watch much news in Santa Fe as no one allowed us to watch Fox!!! It was really difficult to take some of the distorted illogical reasoning of some of my friends. Then come back to this ridiculousness from Tim Kaine who is incredibly stupid! What an asswipe! The City of Santa Fe NM passed an ordinance declaring itself a Sanctuary City! Is that a “phantom”? This guy is a bigger idiot than Joe Biden…good grief, America! Wake up before it’s too late…if it already isn’t from stupidity such as this!…Sorry! I haven’t been able to rant for a whole week!!

    • mcnorman says:

      Sanctuary city? Santa Fe is cost prohibitive for anyone without a decent wage to live there let alone those who are crossing NM southern borders.

      • driguana says:

        Yes it’s interesting, having lived there for 37 years, how incredibly divided and, actually very racist, that beautiful city has become. We listened to a young Nicaraguan at a party tell us how discriminated against they are by Mexicans and El Salvadorians. People have no idea how much dislike many of the Central Americans have toward each other. But…but…Donald Trump is a racist. And that’s not even touching how much the Hispanics (descendants of people from Spain) hate all of them. And how much all the local Pueblo (Tewa) people dislike all of us!!! And yet the disenfranchised, young white liberals all want to be like the sacred Indians. Really bizarre. Don’t get me wrong, I loved living my adult life in Santa Fe….it’s a beautiful place…but it’s going down hill fast and the people living there can’t even see it!!!

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Like boiling frogs.

        • mcnorman says:

          You moved to Santa Fe around the time that I left. It was once a very nice place to live. It changed when Speilberg and the other Hollywood crowd began to buy property there. It was no longer serene to me. It became a highly expensive place to say you lived in. If I had to live like that, I would prefer coming home to Texas. YES, the local Pueblo people are barely tolerant. You don’t have to go as far as Central America for the hate…I have friends that are Puerto Ricans and Cubans. Never have been able to have them all over at the same time.

          • driguana says:

            Absolutely. I got to Santa Fe in 1975 and loved it through the 80s. It really started to change in the 90s for sure. Working there as a city planner and radio broadcaster, I had the opportunity to know a lot of people from all different walks of life and for a while that was a great part of the charm for me. Then the divisiveness set in. Ah, and the Puerto Ricans and Cubans….that’s a whole different story. Funny, isn’t it, how the media and press and social media portray some of the realities around us in such a distorted way?

  31. Myiq2xu™ says:

  32. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Somebody says:

      In high school world history these days they actually teach that Sharia was ground breaking and the first women’s liberation movement.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Yea, any perceived violation of sharia and a woman’s head is liberated from her body.

      • Lulu says:

        They never heard of the Celts did they? Women warrior queens, divorce from lazy ass husbands and they kept the kids, women farmers and fisher-women, lady priests and wise medicine women. Yep. The Celts freaked out even the Romans. The the Sharia liars are such creeps they have to destroy history to make themselves not look like morons and monsters.

    • mcnorman says:

      Do they have a show and tell on burkinis, FGM and those fugly scarves?

    • swanspirit says:

      War is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength. 1984.
      He was only a few decades off.

  33. blowme0bama says:

    Check this out.

    A Redditor on /r/The_Donald put up a canvasing “poll”. The Donald is the Reddit forum for Trump supporters, and they are STRONG Trump supporters.

    EVEN among these sometimes rabid supporters,
    45% would not tell a public telephone pollster they were supporting Trump.

    LAND-F’ING-SLIDE ‘a coming.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I wouldn’t put it past progressive employers (oxymoron?) to test their applicants that way if s/he has a strong pool of people to choose from and s/he is a Trump hater. I’ve seen similiar twitter polls trying to gage actual Trump supporters who have been polled. It’s usually around 60% “Yes, I’m a Trump supporter and have never been polled”. Interesting.

    • Somebody says:

      When I read about the data bases that Obama built in 2008 I swore off any and all polls or surveys. I figure if I don’t take any surveys or polls that is one less data point big brother has on me.

    • jenlyn says:

      I agree today and the postmodern b******* society that we call Modern whatever telling the truth is a radical concept it puts you at risk of being attacked. I have a graduate degree my IQ is up there I’ve always immersed myself in every culture as a woman as a descendant of a survivor of Hitler I think I know a thing or two about a thing or two. When Obama ran they called us racist and stupid and fearful of others if we didn’t Embrace and vote for him never mind that had he been any color other than black they would have called him out on every single failing with the biggest one being that he himself is a racist and had never had a job not one in his entire life. Now they’re trying to pull the same you are racist you are stupid it’s idiocy but it is scary how close it is to becoming the new Norm. I proudly put my trump for president 2016 sign in front of my house. It goes further than that and it makes me laugh every time I even think about it it has Trump 2016 no more ass kissing just ass kicking. I live in a very liberal neighborhood that I hate. Not one of my neighbors came to console me when my fiance died not one. They are aloof they are better than everyone they are all voting for Hillary they are all white. I have all of my answers ready, well thought-out thought-provoking truthful responses to any of their claims that Donald is stupid or racist or whatever. No one has knocked on my door but I’m ready. My parents who unfortunately are Jewish and voting for Hillary are fearful for my life. I told them that if just expressing my political expression which is constitutionally protected gets me killed then they have chosen incorrectly and the fact that they are scared that me just expressing the fact that I want to vote for the candidate of my choice might get me killed should be the proof they need that we are going down a very dangerous Direction one that perhaps we will never recover from. I am 100% sure that more than 50% of people when asked who they’re voting for despite the fact they are absolutely going to vote for Trump say nothing or Hillary for fear that they will be chastised attacked fired or in some way retaliated against. That very fact should put the fear of God in every human being but it wont. But it should. If you look every single great culture or society that has failed has put Pride ego greed hate basically self-serving Tendencies ahead of Common Sense and goodness we are so close to following these tragic footsteps all the way to hell. What’s funny it’s like we’re children and we don’t want to take medicine but we’ve got a fatal disease and the only cure is Trump. And it’s not just trump it could be any truth teller willing to put it all on the line with enough money to self fund and become president he just happened to be that person. Take your medicine people because dying isn’t worth it.

      • blowme0bama says:

        Thank you Jen for that view from the ground in the heart of a leftist enclave. You’re brave. It’s easy to support Trump in the deep south. Very few yard signs even here, but there is no question he’ll get 60+ % of the vote in the Great State of Mississippi.

      • DeniseVB says:

        {hug} Trump IS putting it all on the line because he certainly doesn’t need the power, money or attention. He had me in 1988 when he first teased about running and being in it to win it. A true public servant wants to give back and I believe in his heart that’s what he’s doing. He’s not Wall Street, he’s Main Street.😀

      • votermom says:

        Not one of my neighbors came to console me when my fiance died not one.

        What terrible people!
        hugs & prayers

      • lateblum says:

        Honestly, jenlyn, it was the statement that not one of your neighbors offered one bit of consolation when your beloved died, that got to me the most.
        I am sorry you are living where you are so unhappy and worse, that you are so alone there. I hope you can feel support when you are here. ❤

    • Lulu says:

      This is why there are no bumper-stickers, yard signs, etc. Who wants to get hit in the head, have property vandalized, get the stink eye or an argument? Besides the miscreant won’t even be punished probably for keying your vehicle. And Trump hats can be taken off fast! If anyone around me starts raving about Trump I just start laughing. They have no idea what I am laughing about. And I really do think he is funny.

  34. taw46 says:

    Now the refugees are being moved into the neighborhoods of the mega wealthy. And they don’t like it one bit. Welcome to our world.

    • Anthony says:

      They’re doing the same in Truro (in Cape Cod). and the locals are flipping out. All the resident SJW’s voted in favor of “affordable housing” until they found out where it was going to be built lol

      • mcnorman says:

        As the idiot in the WH says, they built it.

      • taw46 says:

        Yeah, they don’t like that affordable housing near them. But here in one of the wealthiest areas of Paris, they are building MIGRANT camps. Right next to the Bois du Boulogne, that gorgeous wooded area. So, before long, that historic park will be a garbage dump. And yet the Parisians continue to “accept” this.

    • blowme0bama says:

      HAHAHAHA!!!! Must have been an alt-right mole on their planning commission.

    • Kathy says:

      So sad….I would personally like to see camps in Chappaqua, Martha’s Vineyard, and the upper east side. That is the only thing that will make me happy .

  35. Dora says:

  36. Dora says:

    Not much reporting in the media, but I think this could be important.

    • mcnorman says:

      The president has been going after drug dealers hard in the last few weeks. Hundreds have been killed. Retribution for the killings is what they are saying.

  37. blowme0bama says:

  38. votermom says:

    Gab support said they are targeting the students right now so .edu emails are getting processed first. Just an FYI

  39. Dora says:

  40. DeniseVB says:

    Hillary’s taking another 5 days off the campaign trail. Heaven forbid she should become too ill to continue or a scandal grows some indictment legs, does Kaine automatically become the Pres candidate? Or Bernie?

  41. DeniseVB says:

    I guess Gab doesn’t take videos yet? Tried posting this over there and my post disappeared😉 It’s our Milo at his most fabulous (and shame on ABC for non-disclosure that they part of Disney who made Ghostbusters, a box office bomb)

  42. Dora says:

  43. DandyTIger says:

  44. CiscoKid says:

    Close but no cigar for me…yet.
    Got “500 this one is our fault, but everyone makes mistakes…right”

  45. Dora says:

    Oh Lord! How desperate can they get?

    • taw46 says:

      And again, who is paying for this? Soros? The U.S.? Obama is that dirty little dictator, doing all of this while hiding it from the American people.

  46. votermom says:

    Why you may not have gotten your GAB invite yet

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