A New Sheriff in Town

During the Obama years we were represented by a Muslim who constantly denigrated our way of life and seemed embarrassed to have to speak for the nation of racists he had taken command of.  The media fawned over the guy; the other real dictators in the world knew he was a worthless chump who could be taken for billions of taxpayer dollars. There was nothing we could do but cringe as this hapless clown made a fool of himself spouting empty words that nobody believed.

What a difference a year makes. President Trump and his stunning First Lady made a stop in Poland this morning on the way to Germany, fast becoming Muslim Merryland, thanks to Angela Merkel. The media sneered, still suffering butthurt from having outed a 15-year-old who made a video they didn’t like and having it blow up in their faces. As I watched it live this morning (about 4:00 a.m.), I thought about how fortunate we are, in this time when the murderous munchkin in North Korea is threatening a nuclear strike, that we have a leader with the balls to face him with the power to annihilate the country in a matter of minutes.

There are a few salient points he made in his speech, which I have tried to condense her, without much luck.  As always, I try to make the best use of your time by being brief.

Trump calls Poland exemplary ally against Russian ‘destabilizing behavior’

“We’ve discussed our mutual commitment to safeguarding the values at the heart of our alliance: freedom, sovereignty and the rule of law,” he said in a joint press conference after meeting Polish President Andrzej Duda. “We are working with Poland in response to Russia’s actions and destabilizing behavior. And we are grateful for the example Poland has set … by being one of the few nations that actually meets its (NATO’s) financial obligations.”


Trump warns North Korea of ‘severe’ consequences

The president said he has a range of options on how to deal with North Korean President Kim Jong Un but would rather not make them public.

“But I have some pretty severe things that we’re thinking about,” Trump said during a joint press conference Thursday with Polish President Andrzej Duda.


Trump on North Korea: Have severe things we’re thinking about

Trump swipes at EU: USA has made ‘most terrible’ deals in history & warns ‘IT WILL CHANGE’

He said: “We look forward to making the economic ties between United States and Poland stronger through our trading relationship – a balanced and reciprocal one.

“We want a reciprocal relationship. we don’t have too many of them.

“I have said before, the US has made some of the worst trade deals ever in history.

“That’s gonna change, that’s gonna change.”


Trump Renews Pledges in Warsaw After Obama’s Broken Promises to Prague

Trump’s affirmation of U.S. ties to the young democracies of Eastern Europe aims to restore relationships damaged by President Barack Obama, who spoke to the Czech people in Prague in 2009, only to turn his back on them — and on Poland — by abandoning missile defense later that year.

It is important to remember just how profound President Obama’s betrayal was. He promised the people of Prague:

So let me be clear: Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile activity poses a real threat, not just to the United States, but to Iran’s neighbors and our allies. The Czech Republic and Poland have been courageous in agreeing to host a defense against these missiles. As long as the threat from Iran persists, we will go forward with a missile defense system that is cost-effective and proven.

Obama did exactly the reverse of what he said he would do: he abandoned missile defense in Europe long before he reached a deal with Iran. That decision set the stage for an Iran deal that was considerably weaker than promised.

Worse, Obama informed the Czech prime minister of his decision on missile defense after midnight, and told the Polish prime minister on September 17, 2009, which was the 70th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of Poland.


Trump in Poland: ‘The West Will Never, Ever be Broken’

“Just as Poland cannot be broken, I declare today for the world to hear that the West will never, ever be broken,” Trump said. “Our values will prevail, our people will thrive and our civilization will triumph.”

“In the Polish people, we see the soul of Europe — your nation is great because your spirit is great and your spirit is strong,” Trump said, calling Poland the “geographic heart of Europe.”


CtH: We hosted a Polish exchange student many years ago. She now has a Ph.D. in Economics and we are Facebook friends.  When I posted this on my Timeline, she responded, “It was a GREAT speech.”

President Trump Salutes People of Poland: “One Million Poles Sang Three Simple Words ‘We Want God!’”

And when the day came on June 2nd, 1979, and 1 million Poles gathered around victory square for their very first mass with their Polish pope, that day every communist in Warsaw must have known that their oppressive system which soon come crashing down. (Applause) They must have known it at the exact moment during Pope John Paul II’s sermon when a million Polish men, women, and children, suddenly raised their voices in the single prayer. A million Polish people did not ask for wealth. They did not ask for privilege. Instead, 1 million Poles saying three simple words: ‘We want God.’”


HAH! Poles SHUT DOWN NBC Hack After She Tries to Sneak in Third Question

When NBC White House Correspondent Hallie Jackson tried to pin President Trump down on the reported Russian hacks during the election, he wouldn’t bite. She tried to slip in a third question on Obama, so the Poles stepped in:

“Dear Lady… it was two questions. Thank you very much. “

And with that President Trump and President Duda left the stage.



Special Snowflake Award

Trump Says Countries Other Than Russia Could Have Interfered in Election, Rips Obama’s Response




Filed under Donald Trump, North Korea, Russia

10 responses to “A New Sheriff in Town

  1. facebkwallflower

    I love Poland. My father was Polish. What President Trump is doing is building an ally network, redefining who is and who is not our ally. Poliand and two other countries are standing firm about not letting in Muslims and/or refugees designated for them to take per EU and UN. I am so proud of our president for stepping up and standing with them. They are small countries and if we don’t step it up these smaller countries of resistance may be forced or coerced into letting Russia be their leader is this fight as they are the only other large country saying “@#$% you UN Designated Refugees!”

    I thought while listen to Melania speak, “Why isn’t she speaking in their language as it might be one of her many languages she speaks.” Then I thought that even if she could she is being an AMERICAN, representing AMERICA so she would probably speak ENGLISH. (I noticed her English not as thick this speech which sort of saddens me but proud for her on the accomplishment.)

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  2. Pistol Pete

    Majority of Poles Would Rather Leave EU than Be Forced to Take Muslim Migrants

    Conducted by pollster IBRiS and published in weekly news magazine Polityka, the survey found that 57 per cent of respondents would be willing to forego EU development funds if it meant Poland retains sovereignty on the issue of accepting migrants from outside Europe.

    The seventh-poorest, and fifth most populous nation in the bloc, Poland is the largest beneficiary of its development funds and membership has high support — with 71 per cent of Poles believing that belonging to the EU is a “good thing”, according to a March survey by Eurobarometer.
    But the June survey, published Wednesday to coincide with a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump, showed that more than half of Poles would rather their country exit the 28-member economic and political union than be forced to surrender border controls to Brussels.
    Head of IBRiS Marcin Duma told Bloomberg News that the government’s “anti-refugee rhetoric” has caused Poles to oppose the EU scheme, which insists that countries across the bloc be forced to welcome quotas of the thousands of migrants arriving in Europe weekly by boats — an influx the UN said it expects only to increase, and which consists mostly of young, male economic migrants.


  3. chrissythehyphenated

    I’ve got one quibble with Trump’s remarks on WMDs in Iraq. Yes, there was “one big mess”, but from what I saw and heard, it was a mess driven by left-wing media, not by the situation on the ground. Iraq did have WMDs. The good stuff was moved out, probably to Syria, before we invaded. (Syria used WMDs on their own people recently, fancy that.) The less good stuff was found by our troops, something that was occasionally reported, then denigrated by Democrats as not “counting” because they were old or some other damn thing.

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  4. chrissythehyphenated

    Politico reported that its own poll showed 60% of voters support President Donald Trump’s travel ban on visitors from six predominately Muslim countries, as well as the State Department’s guidelines on who should or shouldn’t enter the country.


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  5. chrissythehyphenated

    American factories powered up in June at the fastest pace in nearly three years, with robust advances in production, orders and employment that indicate a firming in the economy.



  6. chrissythehyphenated

    Ivanka Trump touts the Trump administration’s paid family leave proposal, saying it “emphasizes the need for mothers and fathers to have access to paid leave to encourage both parents to share parenting responsibilities and to strive toward minimizing hiring biases.”



  7. chrissythehyphenated

    Ohio expanded Medicaid to more than 725,000 able-bodied adults under Obamacare, then rolled back eligibility for some 34,000 seniors and individuals with disabilities to pay for it.



  8. chrissythehyphenated

    Rep. Steve Scalise was readmitted to the ICU and is currently in ‘serious’ condition over infection concerns. Scalise continues recovery since he was nearly assassinated on June 14 at a Congressional baseball practice. http://cvote.it/2tja9xw