Daily Archives: December 18, 2017

The Evil Obama Did

2017_12 Obama helped Hezbollah

The Iranian-sponsored terrorist group Hezbollah has been a major player in the cocaine traffic into the U.S.

  • U.S. law enforcement came up with an aggressive plan to take down the Hezbollah international network and its key individuals.

Politico Magazine has an amazing expose on how the Obama White House ENABLED Hezbollah to continue drug-running into the U.S. The Politico article is so long, so detailed, and so powerful, you should probably just go read the whole thing.



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Faith Has a Funny Side

Tammy Fay Bakker once said: ‘Just because we’re Christians, it doesn’t mean we have to be dowdy.’

By ‘dowdy’ I assume she meant going out in public with less than four pounds of base makeup and a half gallon of eye liner.

Pastor once mused that I’m living proof God has a sense of humor. I can live with that, I just wish he’d have made me taller.

Churches get into the Christmas spirit with hilarious signs

Places of worship have been getting into the Christmas spirit with witty signs




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Following the vote to rescind Obama era regulations on the internet, FCC chairman Ajit Pai issued this statement:

It’s difficult to match that mundane reality to the apocalyptic rhetoric that we’ve heard from Title II supporters. And as the debate has gone on, their claims have gotten more and more outlandish. So let’s be clear. Returning to the legal framework that governed the Internet from President Clinton’s pronouncement in 1996 until 2015 is not going to destroy the Internet. It is not going to end the Internet as we know it. It is not going to kill democracy. It is not going to stifle free expression online. If stating these propositions alone doesn’t demonstrate their absurdity, our Internet experience before 2015, and our experience tomorrow, once this order passes, will prove them so.

This is how CNN reported it:

2017_12 CNN net neutrality fake news

From what I’ve read, the Obama-era regulations favored the biggest internet providers while stifling investment by the kinds of small companies that were willing to extend better service to rural areas.  That sounds typical of something Democrats would do, doesn’t it?  Anyway, I can believe this is what the regs actually accomplished, because I’ve got a friend who lives in the boonies who, can you believe this, still has DIAL UP.  Her connection is so slow that, if I want to send her a photo, I have to reformat it so the file is less than 100 kb.


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Maybe this is why

Lisa Bloom Victims4Hire

Maybe this is why Doug Jones, the Dem who beat Roy Moore, is telling Democrats to lay off on the sexual abuse allegations against President Trump.

The Hill reports that Lisa Bloom promised women seriously big bucks if they would go public with claims that President Trump sexually harassed them in the waning months of the 2016 presidential election.

  • The Hill says the claims are backed up by contractual documents, emails and text messages.
  • Bloom has admitted that “donors reached out to my firm directly to help some of the women I represented.”



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Muslim Hypocrite

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Linda Sarsour, who is credited with inspiring the pink pussy hat “Women’s March on DC”, has been accused of enabling the sexual assault and harassment of Asmi Fathelbab, a woman who worked for her when Sarsour was executive director of the Arab American Association.

Fethelbab says she told Sarsour, a self-proclaimed champion of women, that Majed Seif, a Muslim man who lived in the same building where the Arab American Association offices were located, stalked and molested her repeatedly.

Fethelbab claims one of Seif’s alleged favorite past times was sneaking up on her with a full erection.

“It was disgusting,” she told The Caller. “I ran the youth program in the building and with that comes bending down and talking to small children. You have no idea what it was like to stand up and feel that behind you. I couldn’t scream because I didn’t want to scare the child in front of me. It left me shaking.”

Fathelbab says she reported Seif to the leadership at the organization, but that Sarsour called her a liar and threatened legal and professional damage if she went public with the sexual assault claims. Fathelbab also says Sarsour regularly body-shamed her and enabled Seif’s sexual assault.

Desperate after multiple dismissals by Sarsour, the distraught employee says she went to the president of the board of directors, Ahmed Jaber.

“Jaber told me my stalker was a ‘God-fearing man’ who was ‘always at the Mosque,’ so he wouldn’t do something like that,” Fathelbab claims. “He wanted to make it loud and clear this guy was a good Muslim and I was a bad Muslim for “complaining.”

After Fathelbab’s contract was up, Sarsour fired Fathelbab and got her blackballed at other jobs in New York City.

Two people who knew Fathelbab during her time at the Arab American Association corroborate her story. Another New York political insider, who has worked professionally with the Arab American Association for over a decade, says this is not the first time they have heard a complaint like this.


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Meryl Streep says she will wear a black dress to the Golden Globes award show as a “silent protest” of sexual misconduct in Hollywood.

Bless your heart, Meryl, but y’all should’ve done more NOT silent protesting back in the days when it wasn’t so all-fired POPULAR to protest sexual misconduct.

2003 Streep stands for Polanski

In March 1977, film director Roman Polanski, 44, was arrested and charged in Los Angeles with five offenses against Samantha Gailey, 13, including perversion, sodomy, lewd and lascivious act upon a child under 14, furnishing a controlled substance to a minor, and rape by use of drugs.

At his arraignment, Polanski pleaded not guilty to all charges, but later accepted a plea bargain whose terms included dismissal of the five initial charges in exchange for a guilty plea to the lesser charge of engaging in unlawful sexual intercourse.

Upon learning that he was likely to face imprisonment, Polanski fled the country and has avoided visiting countries likely to extradite him to the United States.



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A Pete Shirt :)

A Pete Shirt


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Walking the Walk

2017_12 17 Atlanta airport Chick fil A

On Sunday, Chick-fil-A stepped up to help fliers who were stranded after a fire knocked out the power at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta.

One tweeter who was there said, “Hartsfield looks like a war zone. People sleeping on the floor, fighting mostly civilly over outlets, elderly people and small children struggling with stairs.”

Chick-fil-A is famously closed on Sundays, because its Christian founder felt strongly that he and his employees needed one day a week that was reserved for rest, worship, and time with family and friends.


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