Red Blotches Steve Bannon Pink Elephants — Former White House strategist Steve Bannon is getting grief from President Trump after excerpts were released from an upcoming book in which Bannon accused Trump’s son of treason and said other nasty things about the President and his family.
How could he do this?
Here is a photo of Bannon and the President in happier times.
Notice the blotches on Bannon’s face. Does Bannon remember saying the nasty things about Donald Jr. and Jared? Does Bannon remember working in the White House? Does Bannon shout at the pink elephants playing on his lawn?
Trump First Call From Muslim Leader — H8ers projected their own failings onto The Donald after our President-elect secured the Republican nomination accusing him of all sorts of bigotry and other character flaws.
Well smoke this.
His first international phone call congratulating him on his shocking win was from Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is one of the world’s good guys.
“President Trump said he looked forward to meeting the president (again) soon,” said a statement from al-Sisi’s office.
Also Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recorded a video in which he happily congratulated Trump and called him a “great friend of Israel.”
World leaders on the sane side seem delighted with what happened last night.
Trump Fights Sexual Predators — Pseudo-journalist Megyn Kelly has accused Donald Trump of being a sexual predator based on a 10-year-old recording in which he described the insane attraction that some women have for Hollywood-connected billionaires.
Meanwhile, real sexual predation is, well, not much talked about by Ms. Kelly and her ilk.
How many stories have you seen regarding this matter last June in which two Muslim migrant boys from Sudan were charged with sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl in Idaho?
How about this story from earlier this month concerning a Muslim migrant who raped a 10-year-old in Minnesota?
Frankly, a candidate who talks dirty doesn’t bother us if he is the only one in the race who is going to look hard at immigration from cultures where this sort of stuff is considered to be some kind of holy duty.
Regarding the “inappropriate touching” allegations against Trump that have strangely sprung up in the last few weeks, smear jobs are SOP against those who threaten the establishment class.
Wikileaks has conclusively shown the depth to which the Clinton camp will stoop and how the press is happy to collude with them.
Trump Mocked Disabled? Nope — One of the more destructive tropes being pushed by the neo-feudalistic globalists desperately clinging to power is that Donald Trump is mean and mocks disabilities.
The basis is a speech he gave in South Carolina in November in which he defended a claim he made that many Muslims in America celebrated the 9/11 attacks and blasted New York Times reporter Serge F. Kovaleski for walking back a story that Kovaleski had written about it in 2001.
During his criticism of Kovaleski, Trump gestured in a mocking fashion. Kovaleski has a disability. The establishment began spreading the story that Trump was mocking it, which would have been a rather cruel if true.
Well, it turns out that Trump has made those exact same movements in mocking other opponents who don’t have disabilities including Ted Cruz.
Obviously, The Donald was not making fun of Kovaleski’s disability, but what’s a little false witness when one’s path to the public trough is in danger?
Trump Unveils Child Care Program — It takes a village to win an election we suppose.
Ivanka Trump made the introduction to her father’s speech, tonight, Sept. 13, at the Aston Community Center in which he pitched radical new changes to the tax code to provide for care of children and dependent elderly.
The Donald had with him several congresswoman to emphasize the point, and gave credit to his daughter for plan.
And the plan will allow parents — including stay-at-home moms — to deduct from their income taxes child care expenses for up to four children and elderly dependents. It would also create new Dependent Care Savings Accounts (DCSAs) so that families can set aside extra money to foster their children’s development and offset elder care for their parents or adult dependents. It would also include regulatory reform to promote new family based and community based solutions, and also add incentives for employers to provide child care at the workplace. The money in these accounts could be used to pay for school choice and college education.
The plan would also guarantee six weeks of paid maternity leave by amending the existing unemployment insurance (UI) that companies are required to carry. The benefit would apply only when employers don’t offer paid maternity leave, and would be paid for by offsetting reductions in the program so that taxes are not raised.
Two thirds of the cost of this plan will offset by “the increases in economic activity that accompany pro-growth tax reform, better trade deals, regulatory and immigration reform, and unleashing American energy,” according to the campaign. The remaining one third will be offset by minor changes in the current trajectory of spending for federal agency operations, excluding Defense, Veterans, Social Security and Medicare.
It’s still more realistic than anything the Democrats are offering. There is no way we are not voting for him so we grinning and bearing.
Aston Awaits Trump — These were spotted in the 100 block of Donnelly Avenue, down the street from Aston Community Center where Donald Trump will be holding an invitation-only event tonight Sept. 13 that will be live-streamed at 7:30
The home owner stated he is a “yuge” Trump supporter but feels it is prudent to disagree with him on his latest proposal for tax payer funded, unemployment style insurance subsidies for maternity leave.
“Donald you can’t have it both ways,” the homeowner said. “You are either going to reduce the size of the IRS or you are going to expand it. Respectfully I strongly disagree with your tax proposal.”
Donald Trump himself picked Aston as the venue for tomorrow’s (Sept. 13) speech at the Aston Community Center, 7th Ward Commissioner Mike Higgins told us at yesterday’s 9/11 tribute at Veteran’s Memorial Garden at The Five Points.
Trump’s invitation-only speech will be streamed live 7:30 p.m., at this link.
Yesterday’s ceremony was held at 3 p.m. and commemorated the 15th Anniversary of the Radical Islamic Terrorist Attack. It was sponsored by local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts as well as American Legion Post 926.
Higgins was among the speakers as were State Senator Tom Killion, State Rep. Leanne Kruger-Braneky and a person from Congressman Patrick Meehan’s office.
All gave brief yet very meaningful speeches to an attentive audience.
Higgins said that it was his strong and sincere desire that our federal leaders call terrorism exactly what it is. Much applause followed.
Senior Pastor Rev. Thomas Haugh from Mount Hope Methodist Church gave the opening and closing prayers. The Sun Valley Choir sang our National Anthem as a very respectful crowd stood at attention and a local singer led the crowd in a rousing rendition of God Bless America.
Concerning Trump’s speech tomorrow, the commissioners we talked to said they expect the emphasis to be on family values. Seems very fitting as Aston is one of the oldest communities in the Commonwealth incorporating in 1688 and home to many families and small businesses.