A #FakeNews Nothingburger


Investigative reporting from Heat Street:

EXCLUSIVE: Tiffany Trump Is Currently Registered to Vote in Two States

Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he would request an investigation into voter fraud, “including those registered to vote in two states.” But the new president’s own daughter Tiffany Trump is registered to vote in both Pennsylvania and New York, Heat Street has learned.

“There is nothing illegal about that,” said Fred Voigt, the deputy election commissioner for Philadelphia. “The illegality only occurs if one votes in two places, not if you’re registered in both.”

Tiffany Trump lived in Philadelphia while attending the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in May. Voigt said it was “very common for college students to be registered both where they live and where they go to school.”

According to public records, Tiffany Trump cast her vote in November in New York City and did not vote in Pennsylvania.

The spokeswoman for the New York City Board of Elections also confirmed that there was no legal problem with Tiffany Trump registering as a voter in both states.

In addition to Tiffany Trump, senior White House adviser Steve Bannon is also registered to vote in both Florida and New York, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Bannon cast his absentee ballot in New York in November.

Might be something for the Trump Administration to look into if it wants to crack down on people registering in multiple states.

I smell a Pulitzer. Either that or Tigger just farted.


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166 Responses to A #FakeNews Nothingburger

  1. Trump has been in office less than a week.

    • votermom says:

      Afaik, ppl in govt can have private email accounts, just not conduct any govt biz on it.
      Of course the smart ones will avoid free accounts.

    • kanaughty says:

      Why should they? when we didn’t vote for those obama or neocon bush people and the senate is slow rolling his nominations. We don’t care what the entrenched narrative driven agenda bureacracy thinks, especially if they are obama or neocon appointees or hires. It’s time for the peoples’ voice to be heard instead of the washington power bubble elite only.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Anti-Trumpers are holding another march on April 15 to get him to release his tax records. Nobody marched to see Obama’s school records or anything else he’s had locked up the past 10 years. You would think if Trump has anything “to hide”, Obama’s IRS would have certainly leaked it out by now?

    • Somebody says:

      By law Trump will have to release this year’s taxes when he files, talk about a nothingburger

  3. Dora says:

    It’s not going to stay quiet for long. 🙂


    CNN Quietly Releases Updated Pic Showing Trump’s Inaugural Crowd Size Greater than Obama’s 2009 Inaugural Crowd


    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL. Still haven’t seen an aerial of the closed 2 blocks of the mall in front of the Monument and the several thousand people behind the mysterious white mall structure huddled in front of a jumbotron.

      Others have pointed out the rainy weather and possible riots (which there was and were). Clogged metro stations from the burbs probably had an affect too? I think it was a swell turnout considering folks had to deal with weather and thugs (who managed to shut down a major north/south route through the city).

      • taw46 says:

        If the media had just released accurate photos, there would be no story. But no, they had to pass around photos showing huge empty spaces. I watched all day, starting very early in the morning. These were the first shots, hours before the Inauguration. But for the Inauguration? Large crowds stretching all the way back to the Washington Monument.

        I don’t even care about the numbers, Obama’s were probably larger in 2009. But the MSM pushed a narrative that no one wanted Trump to be President, no one came to his Inauguration. See? Empty, no one here! I truly despise them.

    • kanaughty says:

      I hope eventually they will release a satellite or nasa straight down view pic at 11:55 am of the whole mall same as one i saw for obama in something i was reading.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    I first registered to vote in California, I never remember having to UNregister when I moved to Virginia. So I imagine, yes, I was once registered in two states also. Never thought about that until now, heh, journalism.

    • elliesmom says:

      We were on the voting rolls in both RI and MA the first time we voted in RI. By the second time there was an election, we had been removed from the list in MA. When my daughter went to vote in MA, she saw my name was on the list above hers and joked about my joining her for lunch so I could vote twice. Most states notify other states when someone moves. CA specifically refuses to share information. I don’t know if any other states do. There is something of an honor system, though. If I had told RI I had not been registered to vote before, I doubt the town clerk would have checked all of the other states to confirm that. But in any event, it’s not illegal to be registered to vote in multiple places as long as you vote only once.

    • taw46 says:

      I always assumed when you registered to vote in one state, they notified the other. But have since found out they don’t do that (maybe a few do). So like both of you, I am certain I have been registered in two states in the past. Also, when I moved here and registered to vote, I asked if my previous county (same state) would be notified. She said no.

      After my mother died, I tried 3 times to get her name removed from the rolls (absentee ballots were still coming in her name). The last person I spoke with said they do not go through and “clean up” the rolls. She had also tried to remove her mother’s name. So, yes, many opportunities for voter fraud.

      • AFVet says:

        IMO, if you are registered to vote in more than one state, as soon as you vote in one the system would immediately deny the possibility to vote in the other state.
        Theoretically, you could be registered to vote in all 50 states but as soon as you vote 1 time all other votes would be denied.

    • Jadzia says:

      Come to think of it, I have moved plenty of times (so many times) without unregistering to vote in my old place. How do you even do that?

    • kanaughty says:

      Yep, if you move a lot like i do, this is a problem. But like you, i didn’t vote in both states at the same election, so it’s not fraud. They don’t make it easy to unregister to vote in a state you left. It is left all up to you or the states auditors to every so often purge the rolls.

  5. Somebody says:

    Trump’s treasury secretary is registered in two states also, CA and NY. Clearly none of the people listed actually voted in two states, but it highlights the potential for this type of voter fraud. Part of the problem is when you register in another state the previous state where you were registered isn’t notified. In fact when you register they don’t ask if you’re registered in any other state, perhaps that would be a good starting point. Ask the question, have a box to check and your answer is subject to some kind of penalty if you knowingly lie. Then require states to share that information……you move from NY to FL and register to vote in FL, you answer on your form you are registered in NY so then FL is required to inform NY you are now registered to vote in FL. Something along those lines.

    The truth is that there are people that game the system and vote in multiple states. I remember in 2000 being in a local restaurant and hearing a family next to me laughing and yucking it up about their voter fraud. The father took the prize he voted in 7 or 8 states, they were all harassing one of the adult women for being a slacker as she only managed to vote in 3 states. She actually voted in 3 states in person though, so there was that. The others had mostly voted absentee except here in Florida where they voted in person. Rich Dad and Mom had 5 adult children with spouses using their addresses to vote in multiple states and they all sat there and openly, loudly, laughed and bragged about it. BTW they were Bush voters.

    Again in 2000, our county was briefly tied up in the recount mess. I was asked to come down and possibly be involved in recounting by an official I knew. It turned out not to be necessary, but I spent almost an entire day at the courthouse hanging around to find out what was going to happen. I met several people there that had voted in multiple states…….it was like arsonists showing up at the fire, smh. I chatted with people while out smoking, I met Gore and Bush voters that had voted in other states…..I didn’t meet any multiple state voters at the courthouse only two state voters. One man that was a Gore voter was indignant with me that he owned property in Georgia and Florida, he paid taxes in both states and he deserved to vote in both states.

    Flash forward to 2008, my son had friends that early voted here in Florida and were then put on charter buses and driven to Ohio where they did same day registration and voted.

    This kind of voter fraud exists, how extensive it is I don’t know. I think it’s smart to look into this, to come up with ways to stop it. Talking heads keep saying this is an ego thing, Trump should let it go. Well to them I say, if not now when? If not this administration then who? I think it’s smart to deal with it now, between elections. We have two years before the mid-terms, why not get a handle on things and start to implement solutions or at least have a fucking plan. The talking heads want to laugh and say voter fraud isn’t real or it’s insignificant, any fraudulent vote is significant in my opinion. I live in a swing state, every time I go and vote I wonder how many fraudulent votes are being cast to void my legal vote.

    I could rant on about states where illegal influxes have resulted in a voting shift, but I’ll get off my soap box because this is already a long comment.

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s interesting that some states ask you if you have been registered to vote before and where, and some don’t. I don’t remember if I was asked when I lived near Chicago, but I have been everywhere else. It takes a few months to get purged from the place you moved from, but it happens. In MA if you don’t vote in two consecutive elections, you get purged and have to re-register. You can do it the day of the election, but it’s a PITA. I’ve never heard stories of people being bused in to vote anywhere I’ve lived. Chicago has enough dead people they can bus out.

      • Somebody says:

        I guess it’s the vantage point of living in a swing state.

        • elliesmom says:

          But it also shows, it’s not as hard to keep voter rolls “clean” as some people suggest. States that don’t just don’t want to.

          • Somebody says:

            It isn’t always that they don’t want to EM. Every single time FL tries to clean up their voter rolls lawsuits fly.

        • AFVet says:

          See what you think of my idea up thread.

          • Somebody says:

            I like it, but let me guess……it will suppress voter turnout, states rights, hacking, blah, blah. Always a reason why we can’t fix the system. I also have no issue with purple fingers

      • kanaughty says:

        I love this idea that if you don’t vote for so many years, you get purged. It is an offensive strategy instead of waiting to purge then getting sued by various voters rights groups.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      A very good comment. Somebody.
      And I agree with you. 😀

  6. This cult is kinda creepy.

  7. #fakenews

  8. Dora says:

    Trump orders revetting of Syrian refugees who may have slipped into the U.S. without proper vetting…or any vetting at all

    Federal agents are reinvestigating the backgrounds of dozens of Syrian refugees already in the United States after discovering a lapse in vetting that allowed some who had potentially negative information in their files to enter the country.


  9. DeniseVB says:

    Meanwhile, back in Chicago. Sigh.

    • lateblum says:

      The news outlets here have been covering this shooting as if it were new and different. From other incidents. It isn’t. This has happened before – even shootings at funerals have been reported. In this shooting a 16 yr old boy is currently in critical condition after being shot in his back. He will most likely be paralyzed.
      These aren’t really people doing the shootings. These are sick pukes (as Tim would say).

      • Jadzia says:

        When I was apartment-hunting in Chicago I was advised, cannot remember by whom, that “too many” disabled parking places on the block = bad neighborhood. Because it meant that there were a lot of people who had gotten shot.

        • lateblum says:

          Wow. Never heard that one. I thought it meant they had an “in” with the alderman and it could be a “good” place to live. lol

          • Jadzia says:

            Ha ha. The last year I lived in Chicago it was at that big high rise at the corner of Michigan Avenue and, I think, Roosevelt? 1200 South? Anyway, the building had gotten sued for some kind of ADA (or state equivalent) infraction and apparently part of the settlement involved extra disabled-accessible apartments on the lower floors and a disabled-accessible weight room. (The building actually had a really nice, free gym, which is why I picked it in the first place.) The only disabled people I ever saw living in the building were dudes in their 20s who I am pretty sure were not accident victims.

    • AFVet says:

      Chicago needs a taste of Martial law.

  10. Venus says:

    EVERYONE on TV this morning is FREAKING OUT that Trump is building the wall. It’s like they didn’t believe him when he kept saying it over & over again for the last year and a half. LMAO! Now they want to nitpick on whether Mexico is paying for it. Uh, y’all said he wouldn’t even win a primary, much less the nomination and the GE. Mexico is paying for the wall — bank on it!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Don Surber is never going to run out of material for more books! His next one, Trump the Establishment is headed to the publisher now 🙂

    • Lulu says:

      We, in our little niche in Texas, were talking yesterday about getting the state legislature, to set up a donate fund AND a one year state sales “Wall” tax to pay for the Texas part of it. The rest of country doesn’t want to pay for or make Mexico pay for it. FINE! We will pay for the goddamn wall ourselves and we will start saving money a year later from all the costs saved we have to bear in schools, prisons, etc to pay for them! I think personally all this yahoos don’t want their supply of drugs interrupted or prices to increase. Sick of this shit.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Someone was number crunching and figured out just defunding sanctuary cities would pay for the wall. Didn’t both Hillary and Obama vote for the building and funding it in the Senate years ago under Bush?

        • Lulu says:

          Yes. They did. I think the cost of illegals in the Texas prison and jail system would pay for the Wall in five years alone. It is ginormous costs. The media is clueless about cost/benefit analysis. Whenever the COST of illegals, visa overstays, refugees get brought up they start shouting “this is not who we are!” which is a lie. This used to be and again will be a cost/benefit country. Idiots are not cost/benefit people usually because they don’t pay any of the costs because they shift them or they are broke ass themselves and the benefits is some virtue signalling “good” squirreling around in their head.

        • foxyladi14 says:

          Yes they did.
          The wall is on the books as law, And fully funded already. smh

      • Ann says:

        Sell “bricks” on the wall like they do cobblestones in town renovations or benches in a dog park. The dollars would roll in.

        • Lulu says:

          Or a concrete section paid for by donors of Bandera County Texas Rodeo Association. Some really weird stuff could be on THE WALL. LOL. They could conduct tours for the laughs.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Build a Route 66 along the wall, a fun way to take an east-west road trip. Make it a toll road ! Have rest areas along the way for food, potty breaks, and park areas to stretch out …. and what a boost to border towns. Make the Border Great and Fun Again! LOL!

      • mcnorman says:

        Nieto wants “respect.” Funny that the turd has bent over so far (obamalike) for the cartels. Nah, we need this wall. A little bit of funding bs can easily pay for it. I say we start with NPR.

  11. votermom says:

    This one is … unique

  12. DeniseVB says:

    This little cutie has turned our area on it’s head, but surprised it’s on Fox news this morning. (Remember, this is the town that reported a lion sighting to police, when it was a goldendoodle with a lion haircut.) Hope they find “Sunny” soon.

    • Lulu says:

      How big is it? Did some exotic animal nut steal it?

      • DeniseVB says:

        Maybe a little bigger than a raccoon. Conspiracy theories are running wild on their FB page, including insider job of kidnapping her.

        Since it’s breeding season, zoo officials think she may have been chased out on a branch and fell onto the path outside her enclosure. Now that it’s gotten national attention there’s sure to be backlash from PETA hdqtrs down the road from the zoo.

  13. mothy67 says:

    I would think the double voting might occur with activist students attending a school not in home state. Would be so sad if a snowflake got a felony.

  14. elliesmom says:

    Lots of freaking out about the memos sent to government agencies freezing hiring and requiring employees to refrain from sending information out. Of course, this happens every time an administration changes parties. Obama’s administration sent out similar memos. For the 18-24 year olds there’s some excuse. They were just kids when he took office, but folks my age screaming this proves Trump is Hitler should hide their heads in shame. It’s fun telling them it’s the Democrats in the Senate who are to blame, though. If they’d stop dragging their feet over confirming Trump’s appointments, all of the departments could be fully open for business.

    • Lulu says:

      They are SUPPOSED to shut their gobs until they get their marching orders. The bitching and moaning ones are the “honchos” and SJW types. The rest are waiting to see if and when they get shitcanned.

      • elliesmom says:

        This is the kind of garbage my FB feed is littered with this AM-

        Donald Trump stopping US government scientists from speaking out publicly is ‘chilling’


        • Lulu says:

          That is funny because the Vile Progs shut them up really good. My understanding is that the scientists who were shut up during Bronco reign of terror are ratting out their shut’er-uppers who are now in turn whinging that THEY are being silenced. Sob! What goes around comes around.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Yeah I’ve noticed on my feed too. Have any of your snowflake friends been posting Keith Olbermann rants yet? Ugh, those Occupy Democrats memes too.

          • elliesmom says:

            Not Keith Olbermann, but lots of memes about federal dollars not being spent on abortion so if you’re against abortion, just don’t have one. Gearing up for Friday, I think. I’d like to say “Stop peeing on my leg and telling me it’s raining”, but right now I don’t think getting pee’d on is a the right image. 😉 Lots and lots of posts about Trump silencing government workers. Fear the USDA can’t put out food emergency warnings. Lots of stuff about how all the good the EPA has done is being flushed away, and scientists are being gagged from warning us. Since Trump is likely to increase NASA funding and set them back on their original mission to do space exploration, I not sure why the folks there have an “underground” social media presence. Then, of course, there’s the climate change hissy fit. All of this is happening because Trump is a malevolent dictator. I’d like to take a fly swatter to my FB page, but I have to get to writing the lesson I’ve putting off.

  15. mothy67 says:

    New kid at brat’s school does not speak any English. The teacher uses google translate in class. So she says everything twice. So thrilled her education is part of the dims social experiment. They hired an ESL teacher for him, but that’s only for two periods. The kids all have kindles with google translate. Poor kid. He started on Monday. Said he flew in. We have lots of kids from Nepal, but they speak English. Need writing tutors. There are less than 80 in her class.
    Going to look at Catholic school for the fall. She never gets any homework which does not amuse me. I so want school choice.

    • elliesmom says:

      Young kids who are dropped into an environment where they don’t speak the language pick up “playground speak” in just a few weeks. Academic English takes a bit longer, but he’ll catch up quickly there, too, as long as he already has those skills in his native language. The brat might even find it fun to learn some of his language from him, a skill that would make up for any deficit having him in her class might cause. Immersion for high school age kids usually delays a kid’s moving ahead in academic subjects because the academic vocabulary is so much larger to learn, which is why teaching them some of their academic subjects in the their native language while they’re learning English is done in schools that have a large enough English-language-learner population it makes financial sense. It’s hard for a kid who doesn’t speak English to acquire academic English and keep up in other subjects and still graduate “on time” when they come here in high school. I’d school vouchers, too, but try to see the positives in this situation for Brat.

      • mothy67 says:

        She seems to enjoy his presence and he’s like a new toy for the boys. He’s 11 not his fault. Rescources are scarce in a small district. 4 classes of 18 in her grade. Hiring specialty teachers is expensive. Walking I can be in the city in 20 minutes. Why not place the child where there are more rescources?
        Convinced the NGOs(Catholic Charities) are idiots. They set up all these businesses that go broke. No bank would ever make the loan. My zip is Pittsburgh so whoever placed them may not have known its independent.
        The almost no homework is troubling. I buy common core workbooks. It reinforces. All she gets is spelling words and that’s 20 every two weeks.

        • elliesmom says:

          I’m not a big fan of homework. I’d rather a child Brat’s age have the time after school to develop her own interests. Make some social connections, get some outdoor play time, read a book because she wants to, take up craft, learn to play a musical instrument. . . All of those things will do more for her than math worksheets and spelling lists. If someone made me Secretary of Education, I’d ban homework at least until high school.

          • Jadzia says:

            I like having a reasonable amount of homework in grade school because kids are going to have homework in high school and college and IMHO (at least for my kids), it helps establish good habits. (I might be biased: I never had homework until my senior year of high school, and the result was a VERY VERY PAINFUL first year of college.) My six-year-old has something like 5-10 minutes a night, and my 10-year-olds have about 20 minutes (they’re in junior high, though), so they have to sit down for a short while but it’s not keeping them from having lives.

          • elliesmom says:

            You can establish good habits by encouraging kids to take on projects that interest them and learn how we learn when we have no one telling us what to do. Most elementary and middle school homework is drill and kill drudgery, not because teachers want it that way, but because there isn’t very much else you can assign that only takes 10 to 20 minutes. It doesn’t do much to build a lifelong learner. I’d rather a child read for pleasure than have to deal the next day with a lesson based on a reading assignment a lot of the kids didn’t actually do. A high school teacher has more leeway to just move on and let the chips fall than an elementary or middle school teachers does. She really has to make sure the work gets done. If she has to teach like it wasn’t done the night before, then the kids who did do it get short-changed in class. I’d rather offer the kids some cool things to think about instead and see who runs with it. An off-chance remark at the end of an 8th grade class about a cool Discovery Channel show on volcanoes yielded me a student who got a PhD from the University of Hawaii and travels around the world studying them up close and personal. She wasn’t big on homework.

    • mcnorman says:

      Welcome to the border version of education.

      • elliesmom says:

        It’s not just the border. When I taught in a large high school in the Boston area, we had enough Spanish and Portuguese native speakers to run a parallel curriculum for them in all major subjects. Some years we ran history and science classes in Russian. When I moved to a small suburban middle school, we got mostly onesies and twosies in a grade , and I got to see the difference immersion made between the 9 year olds and the 13 year olds. By the time I got the kids who had entered in fourth grade in my eighth grade class, they were indistinguishable from the kids born here, but the 13 year olds were still struggling halfway through high school. The real challenges in both schools were the kids who were illiterate in their native language, and we got some of those both places. Education for immigrant children is issue all across the country. It’s almost easier to have more of them in one place and more cost effective.

        • mothy67 says:

          Do you think there is an adverse effect on the other kids learning? She’s a young 5th grader. She, not the rest of the world, is my concern. Next year is middle school. If I had Meryl Streep’s money I’d be fine with open borders behind my walled mansion.

          • elliesmom says:

            I honestly can’t say the experience of having a non-English speaking student in the class was anything but positive for the kids on a day to day basis. The issue is really all about the money. It costs a lot of money to have ESL tutors for the kids and alternative classroom materials. It’s the same issue with special needs kids. Unless they have significant behavior issues, having them in the classroom is a net gain for the kids, but the special education budget can strangle a school budget. It doesn’t mean it isn’t money well-spent on both issues. It’s just that a school’s pockets are only so deep. Providing for all of the kids is a huge balancing act, and it’s usually the average kid who gets short-changed when we get to the bottom of the pocket. No one advocates for them. But I’d encourage her to explore and enjoy the experience.

        • mcnorman says:

          Bingo! The real challenges are those that are masters of their native language. I taught highschool back in the early 80s. The kids crossing from the south were either. They both failed at mastering the English language. One because the very literate were lazy and the other because they were illiterate and refused. It was very sad because they doomed themselves to a much more difficult life back then. Now, you hear less Spanglish and far more Spanish.

  16. DeniseVB says:

    She seems nice. I thought there was zero tolerance in schools to protect children from pop tart and finger guns?

  17. DeniseVB says:

    Sigh, remember when……?

  18. DeniseVB says:

    How hard could this be? LOL…..

  19. mothy67 says:

    “Among the speakers at the Women’s March on Washington was feminist activist Donna Hylton. In 1985, Hylton was convicted in a New York court for her participation in the violent abduction, torture, and murder of Thomas Vigliarolo, a 60-year-old real estate broker. She is in demand on college campuses and elsewhere to speak about life in prison, and on her feminist perspective.”


  20. Lulu says:

    Media Matters and David Brock: Please, please go away sez Dems. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/01/26/dems-to-david-brock-stop-helping-you-are-killing-us.html
    “Meanwhile, many Democratic grassroots activists and campaign alums have been giving his proposed plans some stern side-eye.

    “His ability to produce wins for Democrats is nonexistent,” Jeff Weaver, former campaign manager for Bernie Sanders’s 2016 presidential run, told The Daily Beast. “He does not have the kind of understanding of what kind of coalition you have to bring together to win national races—that’s his fundamental problem.”

    “During the 2016 election, Brock and his network positioned themselves as prominent allies to the Clinton campaign, generating opposition research, stunts, and ads against Trump, and supporting Clinton in the primary.”

    This article is hilarious.

  21. Dora says:

    Good song for the day. 🙂

  22. Dora says:

    Pres. Trump does know how to play his cards. 🙂


    Trump Threatens To Cancel Nieto NAFTA Meeting If Mexico “Is Unwilling To Pay For Wall”

  23. taw46 says:

  24. lyn says:

    Turbo Trump replaced Okey-Dokey Obama.

  25. lyn says:


    “Three white Trump supporters walked into a social justice promoting restaurant in Washington D.C. on the day of the inauguration. Instead of leaving the ultra-liberal establishment, the men decided to embrace the atmosphere and give the feminist waitress a new perspective on Trump supporters.”

    • mothy67 says:

      Odd that they didn’t make it 500. Math is hard.
      I quit facebook because my NYC friends could not believe a gay man who spent nearly 20 years in Manhattan could ever vote for Trump. Progs are extremely closed minded. Do not think for themselves. Several people will be getting copies of Milo’s book.

  26. helenk3 says:


    Trump does not have to go to war with the press, he can make it illrelevant

  27. lyn says:

    Cute movie.

    • lyn says:

      True story

      • AFVet says:

        Our cat Scooter is like that, more like a dog than a cat.
        He is my buddy.

        • lyn says:

          ❤ I love my three kitty boys.

          When I was at the store recently, I felt something against my leg. It was a beautiful companion lab. She must of smelled the cats, because her owner said the lab had never been around cats. She left with her front paws on the cart and walked away and pushed the cart along side her owner.

  28. taw46 says:

    Watching Marine One arrive at Andrews so President Trump can board Air Force One for Philadelphia. Nice!

  29. votermom says:

    CNN: Mattis & Pompeo blindsided by Trump’s torture review.

    that’s right, jihadists, Mad Dog is the only one standing between you and Trump’s electrodes of ballz pain. So fess up while you can!

    Only Trump could get Mad Dog Mattis to play good cop.

  30. votermom says:

    Mexican pres cancels meeting with Trump

  31. taw46 says:

  32. DeniseVB says:

    Stolen from MOTUS :

    • NBD says:

      We’re headed for civil war, but our side has the guns. It should be short, sweet, and very bloody!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Nah, they’d scatter like roaches to their safe spaces and fight like the pissy keyboard warriors they are 😉 Mexico and Canada have much stricter immigration laws, so they can’t leave the country !

  33. votermom says:

    Philly mayor is such a twerp. Even if he’s a Dem, he should have greeted the POTUS on his first official visit to his city.

  34. taw46 says:

  35. Dora says:

    This looks interesting, but I can’t get on the site to read it. I won’t register, or whatever it is they want me to do.


    The State Dept’s senior management team just resigned.

  36. DeniseVB says:

    So this is the future of the Dem party?

    • mcnorman says:

      All I can say is that Big Pharma is gonna make a killing if they raise the price of antidepressants.

    • kanaughty says:

      The defendourfuture hashtag is totally hypocritical and ridiculous since they just want fight for the choice to abort a lot of those future kids.

  37. Dora says:

    More winning! I’m giddy. 🙂

    • mcnorman says:

      I have family and friends who work on the border. The upper admin has been a non stop problem since teh won took over. It was bad before, but nothing like it has been for the last 8 years. He should leave sans any benefits. Anyone who enabled Barry to create the mess should be forced to go without anything that costs the taxpayer. We are already paying for their lack of enforcement.

    • DeniseVB says:

      You can’t see it in the top picture, but someone noticed the Smithsonian clock tower said 1:15 pm which means those people were leaving the Mall.

  38. helenk3 says:


    alex jones infowars offered white house credentials

    not too sure this is a good move

  39. kanaughty says:

    I don’t really care about if people are registered in different states. It’s if they actually do the different state votes at the same time is when it’s a fraud. Because i move a lot i am probably registered to vote in 4 different states right now. The last thing on my mind when i move is to think about writing some letter to the state’s auditor telling them to remove me from the rolls. It’s only when i get a jury summons that i remember, and then i just send them a photo of my new state ID and i hope they take me off the rolls and don’t issue me a bench warrant since i am no longer a citizen there anymore. Orleans parish actually did send me a letter asking for my new state proof so they could take me off the rolls, which was great because their jury system was like a catch all (400+ people in the pool for a civil case after only living there 1 month i was summoned) and my two years of jury duty immunity were up. They were probably contacting me just so they could add me to the first batch of eligible juries in february.

    • kanaughty says:

      Notice they don’t make it as easy to take yourself off the rolls as put you on them. The system is totally rigged in favor of overpopulating the rolls.

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