Trump Tweets People are Fed Up!

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It’s Tuesday.

9 days from now on July 17th, 2019, Special Counsel Robert Mueller is expected to appear before two House Committees to offer testimony regarding the Special Counsel Russian Election Interference Report.

President Trump has tweeted 11 times so far.

Very good numbers on the economy.

If the economy is so good how come President Trump keeps demanding the fed lower interest rates, and restart quantitative easing?

We have been treated very unfairly (to put it mildly) by other countries for many years, but that is changing!

If we have been treated so “unfairly,” how did the rich manage to get rich in the first place?


The wacky Ambassador that the U.K. foisted upon the United States is not someone we are thrilled with, a very stupid guy.

told @theresa_may how to do that deal, but she went her own foolish way-was unable to get it done.

As the News Blender reported on Monday, the advice President Trump offered outgoing Prime Minister May, “sue the EU,” according to a BBC interview with May.

Let it sink in that the President believes May “went her own foolish way,” by not suing the EU.

Thank you, Mr. President!

According to the Daily Mail.com‘s secret cables the British Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch shared with senior officials from Downing Street the “unvarnished truth” of his opinion of how his government should deal with the U.S. Trump Administration.

In one memo the Daily Mail says it reviewed marked “Official Sensitive,” Darroch said “Trump” was “radiating insecurity,” adding that President Trump filled his speeches with “false claims and invented statistics’,” he continued to explain that domestically the U.S. President was achieving “nothing.”

Seems to me if one wants the world to believe the Ambassador is wrong, one would not thank themselves in 3rd person.

But that’s just me.


@ 9:51 a.m. eastern time Steve Doocy is trending on Twitter.

Why?

Because the President tweeted about him.

Which is how come, spoiler alert for another tweet, the owner of Billy Bones Bait and Tackle was trending earlier this morning.

On Monday, Attorney General William Barr, told AP News in an interview that he “sees a way to legally require 2020 census respondents to declare whether or not they are citizens, despite a Supreme Court ruling that forbade asking the question.”

He is quoted as saying, “I agree with him that the Supreme Court decision was wrong,” he added that he believes there is “an opportunity potentially to cure the lack of clarity that was the problem and we might as well take a shot at doing that.”

As the News Blender reported on Monday, the Department of Justice is replacing the legal team that was defending the addition of the citizenship question with a new team.

On Friday as the News Blender reported President Trump has also floated using an Executive Order to add the citizenship question on the 2020 Census.

He has also floated the idea of just postponing the Census until the question was added.


The Washington Post reports that the tweet came, “10 minutes after a segment on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends” on the controversy in the left-leaning suburb of Minneapolis.”

The “controversy” stems from a city council decision in St. Louis Park, population 49,000, where in they decided not to recite the Pledge of Allegiance before their bi-monthly meetings.

On Monday night the city council said their decision last month was geared toward making all attendees to meetings more comfortable, as some city council members felt the Pledge made new immigrate uncomfortable given the political climate surrounding immigration.

The city council has postponed deciding if they will reverse that decision saying that the issue needed further study.

Opinion (Might be an unpopular take)

As a limited federal government person issues like this really piss me off.

This is a local matter, that effects zero outside the 49,000 residents, they are handling it, they don’t need either party from D.C., sticking their overly large nose into their business, which in truth can cause the situation to become worse.

Who is better to know what the majority of those 49,000 people want or need?

Those who live in the community?

Or some Federal Government clown with a Twitter account?


Who is Bruce Hroback?

The Owner of Billy Bones Bait and Tackle that’s who, he was also a guest on Monday to the White House.


From the article posted at One America News Network.

“The latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows nearly 36 million people participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Enrollment in the program hit a record high during President Obama’s second term.  Less people signed up after 2013 due to new state laws, which issued new requirements to qualify.”

They go on to say that “President Trump further tightened requirements and has vowed to end dependency on the program, especially for illegal immigrants. Last month, the USDA said it would adopt new polices that would make it harder for certain groups to be eligible for the benefits.”

What’s missing from the article? Which I almost in fact copied and pasted above in full, is links to any data to show they are correct in their statements.


I lol’d.

In the past via Twitter, the President has called himself the “Tariff Man,” I find irony funny.


If the Census question was so easy, if it was legal and all, how come Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross lied about its inclusion?

How come the Administration did not add the question in the proper way?

Just for the record, the Census which is in fact a power granted to the Congress, and not the Executive, is designed to count “persons” not just citizens and non-citizens, FYI, non-citizens does not mean “illegal.”


Bonus content.

The President re-tweeted Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), who like AG Barr, is pushing the idea that Mueller’s public testimony will be a “spectacle.”

Communism had McCarthy.

Watergate had John Dean.

Clarence Thomas had Anita Hill.

Bill Clinton had Ken Star.

Benghazi had Hillary Clinton.

Her Emails/Anti-Trump text messages had the Department of Justice Inspector General Daniel Horowitz, former FBI special agent Peter Strzok.

A look inside Trump’s campaign had Michael Cohen.

And it goes on and on, because spectacle or not, the public has a right to know.


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