Another Day Another Protest

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  1. DeniseVB says:

    CAIR, ACLU and NAACP seemed to be behind the organized chaos, these are not spontaneous outbreaks of protesters, it’s a serious attempt to undermine the new President. Can these organizers be violating the Sedition Act? ( )


    • Somebody says:

      I don’t know about sedition, but it sure seems like a RICO case to me. If only we had an AG

      • Lulu says:

        Terrorism at airports and obstructing flights, conspiracy, material support of said crimes and RICO. And deputy professional AG’s like to get opportunities like this to rise up in the ranks. They are the ones going over the EO’s before issuance. The DOJ sources telling media they have vetted EO;s only means that particular flunky hasn’t and the someone who did did not tell that flunky. I am thrilled with the bad judgement of the Vile Progs. They are willing to commit fed crimes for non-citizens in the name of their civil rights being more important than ours. This is just driving Trump’s message home harder. It is amazing.

      • DeniseVB says:

        How about Princess Light in the Feathers? I know this isn’t helping her with voters just trying to catch their flights at Logan 😉

        • DeniseVB says:

          She was in Boston, the tweet was just using the JFK hashtag, so that might be confusing.

        • elliesmom says:

          I really don’t know how this going to fly, not just with people trying to use the airport, but with the population in general. We’re all still embarrassed about the 9/11 terrorists boarding the planes in Boston. While to the current crop of college students from out-of-town, the Marathon bombing is just a cool movie, for the kids who grew up here, the day anyone within 25 miles from the city was asked to “shelter in place” is a “where were you moment”. Friends have told me adults are clapping in movie theaters when the younger brother is dragged from the boat and giving a standing ovation at the end. Fauxcohontas is already losing some popularity. When I asked some left leaning friends how they felt about Curt Schilling running against her, they agreed they were both “idiots”. That’s a huuuge step.

  2. Lulu says:

    I’m thinking Trump is going medieval on their asses like Reagan with PATCO. The airlines can just close up shop for a few days. Then see who is pissed off and at who. All of this over an Iranian movie guy who didn’t even bother to ask if he could get a waiver on the visa suspension. Now he is for sure an Iranian tool and the Hollywooder’s are backing the jihad regime. And a few immigre from terrorism countries being asked “where you been dude?” when re-entering the country. The Soros progs are not aiming they are just spraying buckshot. Also word out that INS is verifying green cards since a bunch of blank one were stolen so that is unacceptable too.

    • lateblum says:

      That was my question . . . Did the movie director request a waiver…. If not, why not…
      What was the purpose of his inaction? Ignorance? Complicity? Was he asked to join ranks with the anti-Trumpers?

  3. DeniseVB says:

    A Sunday schedule? This is all so new to me, love it. Glad he’s at least taking the morning off, which I’m sure the staff appreciates 😀

    Trump Schedule || Sunday, January 29, 2017
    Posted on January 28, 2017, 11:31 pm by Keith Koffler • 14 Comments
    1:30 pm || Speaks with the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud
    2:00 pm || Speaks with Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed bin Zayed
    3:00 pm || Hosts a movie screening
    7:00 pm || Speaks with the Acting President of South Korea, Hwang Kyo-Ahn

    • foxyladi14 says:

      What a novel idea!
      A Working President. 😀

    • Constance says:

      Well when is Trump going to play golf!? You know this is a really good idea for USA citizens, elect guys who are really too old to chase broads or dink around playing golf daily and are too old to give a rats ass if people (media, Hollywood, liberals, non citizens) like them or not. It seems this sort of guy can actually focus and accomplish something.

      • 49erDweet says:

        What IS the age when a guy doesn’t chase after broads or dink around a golf course? Asking for a friend’s wife.

        • Constance says:

          Well if I had to nail down an age I would say over 64. At around 60 a lot of men freak out and have an age crisis. So you would have to wait a few years for that to work its self out. Another problem we as a society have to face is now there are ED drugs. So that causes a lot of old guys who could have taken their place as wise leaders (since blood is no longer rushing from their brain on a regular basis) to just carry on with their self-indulgent youthful crap at a lower, but still energy wasting, level. I would say men over 65 could be really good leaders and especially so if they already experienced the devastating effects of an age crisis in their younger years and learned from their fuck up.

          • elliesmom says:

            Believing one is immortal stops for guys around 32. That’s when they stop standing in puddles while they do electrical work. Between 40 and 50 they think young chicks find them attractive, and a lot of young chicks still do. That’s when guys buy flashy cars and spend money. Between 50 and 65 they become more worried about having enough money to retire so they rein in the spending a bit and are shocked young chicks aren’t quite as interested unless there’s a lot more money to spend. At 65 most guys become a bit depressed. At 70 they start getting fussed over by all the women who have been left widowed. By that time their own wives are OK with it because they’re tired, and if another woman wants to sit and listen to her husband complain about his aches and pains, it gives the wife a break. At this point I wouldn’t care if Elliesdad had a girlfriend as long as she made him lunch.

  4. votermom says:

  5. Anthony says:

    Seeing Faux-a-hontas with her megaphone during this suspiciously well organized “protest” reminded me of this scene from The Exorcist:

    Don’t know if it will embed, but you’ll know what I mean the minute you see it.

    All theatrics, no substance

  6. Dora says:

    What a thing to say!

  7. Dora says:

    • taw46 says:

      MSNBC is certainly hysterical. Non-stop coverage of airport protests yesterday and today. And they have been pushing the Muslims, have had many on today. Then they tell the viewers to contact groups with their support, and yes, CAIR is one. So much fake news from the reporters, I can’t keep up with it.

      • taw46 says:

        omg, “This is a 75 yr old grandma, someone’s grandma” that we detained.

        And I can’t count the times they called Steve Bannon head of the alt-right white nationalists.

        omg, The whole world is horrified by what we have done!

    • DeniseVB says:

      If Tapper would do his g.d. job, he’d tell us who’s behind the hysterical voices.

  8. votermom says:

    kid the younger got 3rd in forms in her division yesterday (age 13-17 girls)

    that’s impressive because the tournament favored open/creative forms ( flips, acrobatic, etc) and KTY’s school does very traditional forms only

    there was one teen boy that did Kung Fu Drunken style that was fun to watch

  9. Dora says:

    Muslim sympathizers from the previous administration allowed this to happen. Hopefully Trump will end it.

  10. Venus says:

    The MSM and the idiot libs don’t understand how any of this works. The CAIR lawsuits will fail as this is 100% within the POTUS’s authority. Here is a good article that sums up the law.

    On Trial: Lawsuits Against Trump On ‘Muslim Immigration Ban’ Will Fail Fast

    Council American-Islamic Relations announced an intention to sue President Donald Trump over his executive order banning most immigrants from Syria, and other countries that lack certain vetting standards and have issues with terrorism. Overnight, refugees who were in the air on the way to the United States are now being detained, and have also filed legal actions. The ban is perceived by some as a partial Muslim ban. Either way, at any trial, the law supports Trump’s order, and CAIR or others are likely to lose, completely, conclusively and quickly. [snip]

    The Constitution gives Congress and the President exclusive, plenary control over immigration. This is how both Carter and Obama could single out various states or beliefs to exclude migrants on that basis, as both did.

    First, the Constitution gives Congress the right to determine naturalization, and Congress gives the President express power to do as he did. Section 1182 of Title 8 directs the President can “by proclamation” suspend entry of “all aliens or any class of aliens” as the President “may deem appropriate” whenever the President merely “finds” any such alien group “would be detrimental” to the interests of the United States.

    This extraordinarily broad power finds direct and clear affirmation by the Supreme Court in a sequence of decisions. As the court explained in the Valenzuela-Bernal case:

    “The power to regulate immigration—an attribute of sovereignty essential to the preservation of any nation—has been entrusted by the Constitution to the political branches of the Federal Government.”

    The Court, “without exception”, called this power “plenary,” empowering the Presidential prerogative as expressly delegated by Congress, with the right to “make rules for the admission of aliens.”

    The Congress carved out protection only for a limited class of aliens: those who qualify for an immigrant visa. Even here, the only limits are race, sex, nationality, but no limits on the presidential power to exclude based on religion, terror designations, poor vetting documentation or anything that can be called a matter of “procedure.” All refugees can be legally excluded. All Muslims can be legally excluded. All Sharia law supporters can be legally excluded.

    Thus, the federal court is likely to dismiss the CAIR case, as the issues raised go mostly beyond the jurisdiction of the court, a political question in which the Court is the wrong venue for CAIR’s complaints.

    Another liberal lawsuit loss likely awaits. Maybe the lawsuit lovers would benefit from what former President Obama once reminded us all: elections have consequences.

    Link to full article here:

  11. Venus says:

    My favorite commenter at Big Pink, Mormaer, had this to say (worth reposting here):

    Before clearing customs and immigration a passenger is in international no mans land. They do not enter US territory until clearing that bureaucratic legal hurdle. This is the same procedure everywhere in the world (I know because I got snagged as I looked like a possible IRA bomber years ago at Gatwick near London many years ago-I’m not even Irish but ancestors from the general vicinity). This court may not even have jurisdiction on that “territory”. This is the area that a president has complete control IE international jurisdiction.

    When EO’s are issued a complete set of regulations or procedural orders come with it from the agency for the Joe Smoe who works the line in this case at the airport or border station. A customs or immigration agent does NOT interpret legal language. The media is acting like they do. They do NOT. They work from the procedures that are given to them by the agency lawyers and bureaucrats who are specialists.

    The legal injunction issued late by this judge also has to be interpreted, written into procedures, given training to Joe Smoe, AND given a point in time to implement. Immigration lawyers don’t run in with a court order and demand some Iraqi’s release. First off they can’t get past TSA. The prior rules stay in place until that happens. Since the newbie Obama judge issued it after the policy writers had gone home for the night it won’t be looked at until they report back for duty. Federal judges know this. Immigration lawyers worth spit know this. Media who has zero experience with the real world don’t know jack. Their reporting is misleading, written to confuse and alarm, and shows a deep ignorance and disregard for facts and how government works practically. It is written to elicit emotional responses from ignorant people. Court injunctions can take TWO WEEKS to be implemented if it is a complicated issue, like this is, and the parties involved sit there until the procedures, appeals, negotiations, hearings are complete. That includes “refugees” or green card holders or spotted owls or oil drillers. No one is entitled to instant “administrative relief”. Not even CAIR or hysterical progressive blabbermouths on twitter.

    Since the immigration loons and lawyers seem to want civil insurrection to advance the rights of non-citizens over the rights of citizens to be able to access an airport, or use a public highway in the general vicinity, the full hearing or even an appellate court injunction may be issued in short order since they are threatening public safety. Idiots.

    These full blown hysterical meltdowns every few days is getting old. They are wearing themselves out, cannot pick a few targets with flibbertigibbets like Michael Moore getting butthurt over an Iranian filmmaker (the public could care less and doesn’t like Hollyweird, Iran the vicious terrorist sponsor state nor their elitist virtue signalling) who are stepping all over the Dems messaging and target setting. As usual they pick “art” (and ticket selling and sneering superiority) to champion instead of blacks getting murdered over Mexican drugs in Chicago for which they give no s(*#$. Hopefully their emotional exhaustion and collapse is coming to spare us further outbursts. Trump got them to pick the most unpopular group possible to champion. Lucky Trump.

    • taw46 says:

      My favorite commenter over there as well.

      And he/she is correct that the media was pushing false and misleading articles and tweets last night, inciting the mob. Gabriel Malor did a good job putting out corrections, but really, who was listening to him in the midst of all that frenzy.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Thanks for all your good work and giving us the points of light in this mess. Trump-hate has seemed to thrown common sense and the Constitution out the window like confetti in Times Square on NYE. Fuck their Resistance 😉

      • Constance says:

        True except it was Obama who threw the Constitution out the window and the idiot Libs are now having a MELTDOWN because it is being reinstated and because half of their lazy asses are getting dumped from the meddling government agencies.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Me, I resist the resistance ⚔

  12. votermom says:

    where the hell was the ACLU when the rights of Americans were being trampled on by Obama’s IRS, or being forced to bake cakes against their religion, etc?

    But a couple of foreigners get their visas revoked and omg ACLU defcon 1

  13. DeniseVB says:

    This guy is a parody (it’s in his bio), but I love when lefties get their panties in a twist over his tweets. 😛

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Trey Gowdy ❤ ❤ ❤ From last Nov, but I always try and remember his advice. Then again, sometimes I just want to shoot the idiots and save time 😛

  15. votermom says:

    watch this

  16. Read the comments.

    • Somebody says:

      Those people are crazy, protest and boycott away. Call your representatives, knock yourself out. You are only causing grief and mayhem in your enclave communities. Look at the election map again dumbasses. Yep call your representative, newsflash odds are they’re in the minority.

      Notice their planned “strike” coincides with a holiday weekend, how convenient. My favorite is the claim about the media, my God do these people have any sense? That place is through the looking glass!

    • DandyTIger says:

      My FB feed is like this. They’ve gone completely nuts. I’d mute many of them, but I need the eggs (old Woody Allen joke).

    • swanspirit says:

      I hope they lose it all. The ones I find most reprehensible are the ones with “lists” they copied and pasted to show that what Trump is doing is EXACTLY what Hitler did to bring about Nazi Germany.
      I really had no idea so many people I know are that stupid. Seriously, deeply stupid.

    • DeniseVB says:

      She was a yuge supporter of OWS. What did they ever accomplish other than a baseline for the SJW Movement about Nothing.

    • Venus says:

      She doesn’t know the difference between a majority and a plurality.

  17. Somebody says:

    Chuck Schumer is on TV sniffling and crying. Funny I don’t remember him being so emotional about Orlando or SB or any other terrorist event.

  18. taw46 says:

  19. taw46 says:

    • taw46 says:

      No, he would not. They would still be protesting. They hate him and everything he does.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I wasn’t a big fan of Obama’s either, but I don’t remember vile prog like protests. Eventually he forced the Tea Party movement, but we met in town squares to wave our signs. As I recall, we were protesting the do nothing Congress too.

        • taw46 says:

          Right, the Tea Party wanted the government to follow the Constitution. These progs are protesting to give non-citizens rights over citizens, against the Constitution. And they are now aligned with Islam, who wants Sharia law here in the U.S., at least all of their leaders do, like CAIR. They are idiots.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Obama had the House and Senate in ’09, and the GOP just rolled over and did nothing. The Tea Party them all accountable. It was not just about Obama, I hate seeing the media refer to these pockets of vile progs on the streets obstructing/protesting/rioting and they’re called Trump’s Tea Party opposition. Not even close.

  20. taw46 says:

    Protests all over now, including one at the White House.

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Love this man, sing it brother…..

  22. AFVet says:

    • AFVet says:

      Missed the period in front of h, link works.

    • CiscoKid says:

      That made my day AFVet.
      When I see those punks on the streets rioting or those that can’t cut it running to their safe spaces I think is this what the youth of America have developed into?
      But looking at those troops standing tall, that was inspiring and restored my faith.
      The C-i-C, VP Pence and Gen. Mattis, and Americas finest, that a sight to remember, I know I will.

  23. AFVet says:

  24. lyn says:

    “But lately I get the feeling that Trump’s critics have evolved from expecting Trump to be Hitler to preferring it. Obviously they don’t prefer it in a conscious way. But the alternative to Trump becoming Hitler is that they have to live out the rest of their lives as confirmed morons. No one wants to be a confirmed moron. And certainly not after announcing their Trump opinions in public and demonstrating in the streets. It would be a total embarrassment for the anti-Trumpers to learn that Trump is just trying to do a good job for America. It’s a threat to their egos. A big one.”

    • DeniseVB says:

      Scott’s right. Trump is NOT Hitler. In fact, the harder Trump works the more Obama looks like a lazy version of Hitler and Michelle as Imelda Marie Marcos Antoinette 😉

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