President for life!


Xi Jinping gives Trump a great idea!

“He’s now president for life,” Trump said of his Chinese counterpart. “President for life. He was able to do that. I think it’s great.”

And then the zinger: “Maybe we’ll have to give that a shot.”

That statement put the wind up all the pussies and wimps like CNN and MSNBC’s Morning Joe who wailed, “That’s the scariest thing Trump has said as President!”

But true American patriots, the Average Joes and the Suzie Qs, and certainly the Deplorables think it’s a great idea. Bring it on!

1944_portrait_of_FDR_(1).jpgThe maximum length of time a President may serve — two four-year terms — was set by the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which was ratified in 1951 after being strongly advocated by Republicans after Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to a fourth term.

FDR was president from 1933 to 1945, but died before he could finish his fourth term, which was finished by Vice-President Harry Truman.

President Reagan was all for repealing the 22nd Amendment on the ground that a President’s effectiveness is restricted in his final term, whereupon he becomes a “lame-duck” President.

”I would like to start a movement to eliminate the constitutional amendment that limits a President to two terms,” Reagan once said in an interview. “I wouldn’t do that for myself, but for Presidents from here on.”

Ergo, The Donald.


The 22nd Amendment could be repealed, but such an action would first have to be passed by a two-thirds vote in both the Senate and House of Representatives, and then it would have to be ratified by three-fourths of all state legislatures across the U.S.

Another approach is to propose the amendment to repeal at a Constitutional Convention, which would require a two-thirds majority of the state legislatures. Once theUnknown-3 amendment is before the convention, it would need the approval of three-fourths of the states.

Complicated and difficult — but not impossible.

And if anyone can do it, it’s The Donald.



Trump fever hits U.K.


“In the U.K., people are beginning to get the Trump message.”

That was the truth of the matter that the former leader of the U.K. Independence Party wanted to get across to Americans.

Populist Nigel Farage, who was in the U.S. for the Conservative Political Action Conference, told Americans to ignore the mayor of London and other Trump-hating politicians, and know that his country is now embracing the Trump doctrine.

He singled out Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan, and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, an accused spy, as the main anti-Trump instigators.


8300DED8-2AD5-444D-82B7-F75B2C8E8751“In 2016, we had this amazing twin result of Brexit and the Trump victory,” Farage said. “Please don’t judge my country by Sadiq Khan or by Mr. Corbyn and the left, who every time we’re told the president will visit the UK promise mass street protests.”

In other words, all the anti-Trump propaganga is bullsht, and the Brits are finally seeing the light, and it is red — as in right-wing, Great-Britain-First nationalism, and to hell with  dangerously liberal open-border globalistic immigration madness which leads to social chaos, religious violence and terrorism.

President Trump is saving America from going to hell, and the U.K. is finally realizing it’s time to make Britain great again.

Trump rocks!


Likened to Ronald Reagan

”One of the best speeches ever!”

To the cheers of a wildly enthusiastic crowd President Trump tossed aside his prepared remarks at a convention of conservatives on Friday and gave a free-wheeling speech reminiscent of his electrifying campaign days.

Trump’s arrival at the Conservative Political Action Committee convention in National Harbor, Maryland, fired up the gathering’s largest audience ever who waited hours to get in to see Trump and hear him speak.

Without further ado, here’s Breitbart’s report by Matthew Boyle:

Less than two years after his historic victory over Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Donald Trump has finally completed his hostile takeover of the conservative movement begun almost a decade ago, long before he officially launched his 2016 presidential campaign in mid-2015.

Providing a flavor of the campaign Trump of 2016, Trump offered a flare of traditional conservative movement red meat swirled together with his own brand of celebrity in a winding hour-plus speech wherein he frequently veered off prepared remarks. The president issued a battle cry to the key conservative activists and movement power players in the country, a sign to key conservatives that he is girding for war with Democrats ahead of November’s all-important ballot test.

“We’ve all come a long way together. We’ve come a long way together. I’m thrilled to be back at CPAC, with so many of my wonderful friends and amazing supporters, and proud conservatives,” Trump, now President of the United States, said in his speech on Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) hosted by the American Conservative Union (ACU). Trump went on:

Remember when I first started running? Because I wasn’t a politician, fortunately. But do you remember I started running and people would say, ‘Are you sure he’s a conservative?’ I think now we’ve proved that I’m a conservative, right? For more than four decades, this event has served as a forum for our nation’s top leaders, activists, writers, thinkers. Year after year, leaders have stood in this stage to discuss what we can do together to protect our heritage, to promote our culture, and to defend our freedom. CPAC has always been about big ideas and it’s also been about putting those ideas into action. And CPAC really has put a lot of ideas into action. We’ll talk about some of them this morning.

The crowd that greeted Trump here was the biggest ever in CPAC history, per the head of the ACU.

“This is the largest crowd we have ever had at a CPAC. I know we’re trying to build a wall, but we busted through a wall to open up the room—if you look behind you all the way back to the back of the hotel,” ACU chairman Matt Schlapp said when introducing the president to loud applause, adding: “This is CPAC history, folks.”

This appearance was hardly Trump’s first here. The first time the now President of the United States spoke at CPAC was in 2011, and he spoke every year until 2016 during the campaign, when efforts to get him to CPAC blew up amid negotiations as Republicans in many states were voting for him for the nomination. Trump would go on to win the nomination, and then the presidency, shocking the world—including many CPAC regulars. Trump came back to CPAC last year as a newly inaugurated president to begin to suture wounds in the conservative movement opened during the 2016 primary, and he returned again this year to declare victory.

“For the last year, with your help, we have put more great conservative ideas into use than perhaps ever before in American history,” Trump said, before delivering more than an hour of greatest hits from his presidency’s first year—mixed with some exciting energetic flashbacks to top campaign rhetoric highlights. The President said:

We’ve confirmed a record number — so important — of circuit court judges, and we are going to be putting in a lot more. And they will interpret the law as written. And we’ve confirmed an incredible new Supreme Court justice, a great man, Neil Gorsuch. Right? We’ve passed massive — biggest in history — tax cuts and reforms. You know, I don’t use the word ‘reform.’ There was a lot of reform, too. Very positive reform. I don’t use it. And when we were first doing it, I told everybody — everybody gathered — I said, ‘Just talk about tax cuts. People don’t know what reform means. They think reform might mean it’s going up.’ And I said, ‘Do tax cuts.’

After a sole leftist protester interrupted Trump’s speech—there was only one protester—the president issued a call to arms for the GOP base to fight the left during the upcoming midterm elections, one of many he’d issue over the course of the hour. At one point, Trump even pulled out of his suit pocket a copy of the “snake” poem he infamously read on the campaign trail—and read it again live for the audience here.

“I was backstage, it was one of his best speeches,” House Freedom Caucus chairman Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) told Breitbart News right afterwards in the hallway outside the ballroom. “It wasn’t the TelePrompter. And it was really from his heart. It was reconnecting, it reminded me of his days on the campaign trail, it was reconnecting with the audience. It was vintage Donald Trump. Now, I have to say, it was vintage President Donald Trump.”

Meadows added that Trump has “hit his stride.”

“He is not only putting forward conservative policy, but he’s also making sure that the policy going forward is conservative,” Meadows said. “It’s interesting when you look, when a lot of people were saying he wasn’t really a conservative—well, his policy sure is.”

“I think the president is speaking to a very warm crowd here at CPAC. These are the people that helped make him president,” Bossie told Breitbart News. “The conservative movement—which now we throw around terms like ‘nationalist’ and ‘populist,’ we now use different terms, but it’s always been the Reagan conservative movement, the Reagan conservative mantle. President Trump, if you look at his campaign and you look at his first 13 months in office, his conservative credentials are spectacular, from Neil Gorsuch to the tax cut to our foreign policy back to peace through strength. It’s been a tremendous success for conservatives and I’m glad that he came here to remind people about his conservatism.”

Nationally syndicated radio host and Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham made a similar point in her speech, in which she compared Trump to Ronald Reagan.

Trump implored conservatives to fight like they mean it in the midterms to stop the Democrats and break the blue wave forming off the coast. He said:

So you got to keep up the enthusiasm. Now what happens, by the way, they lose. And then you have the presidential election coming up again, and you clobber them because everybody gets off their ass and they get out and they work. Right? And they work. And they work and work and work. And you end up winning the Presidency again. And we should do that — hopefully we’re going to do that very easily. But never — we have to worry — right now, we have a big race coming up in ’18. You have to get out. You have to just get that enthusiasm. Keep it going. See, the word, really, is ‘complacent.’ People get complacent. It’s a natural instinct. You just won, and now you’re happy and you’re complacent. Don’t be complacent. Okay? Don’t be complacent. Because if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts, they will put judges in that you wouldn’t believe, they’ll take away your Second Amendment, which we will never allow to happen. They’ll take away your Second Amendment.

Trump’s important CPAC speech—perhaps the best he has given as President, save maybe his first State of the Union or his address to a joint session of Congress in his first few months—served not just as a reminder of why 2016 was so important but as a wake-up call to Republicans moving forward.

All the President’s Enemies

They all tried to destroy Trump — and still are!

Like rabid dogs, the liberal mainstream Trump-hating media have worked themselves into a frenzy trying to show that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government during the presidential election campaign.

Not working out for them. Because it’s all false.

In fact, they have it backwards. It was the enemies of Trump that did in fact collude with the Russians to dig up dirt in the hopes of derailing his candidacy, and now still, to topple his presidency.

John Nolte of Breitbart News has compiled a list of would-be Trump saboteurs who actually did collude with, or are suspected of colluding with the Russians. Here is his report, and it’s a beauty (I threw in some art):


Although the far-left New York Times is desperately hoping to control the explosion of this bombshell by shrouding it in a laughable story about the CIA trying to 2275BD61-095A-4DFD-BA18-DDBB29FEEDEA.jpegretrieve stolen National Security Agency cyber-weapons, the anti-Trump outlet is still forced to report that after “months of secret negotiations, a shadowy Russian bilked American spies out of $100,000 last year, promising to deliver stolen National Security Agency cyberweapons in a deal that he insisted would also include compromising material on President Trump, according to American and European intelligence officials.”

And that $100,000 was only supposed to be the first down payment towards a cool million. The CIA was hoping for images of Trump urinating on hookers in Moscow hotel rooms. All they got was a 15-second clip of some guy in a hotel room talking to some women. The payoff happened in September of last year.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA)

72D3CA0B-4321-4FE4-ADAC-44722B3E84F5.jpegIn early 2017, Democrat Adam Schiff, the ranking member of House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (so you would think he would know better), thought he was colluding with Ukrainian officials to get compromising materials against Trump. The Ukrainian officials ended up being Russian pranksters. The best you can say about Schiff is that he colluded with Russians to make a horse’s ass of himself.

Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA)

 In March of last year, Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence committee, colluded with a lobbyist for a Russian oligarch to dig up dirt on Trump.

0249CF59-5595-4817-8EA2-F468E88C2C85Naturally, because he has no spine, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) immediately ran to Warner’s defense. “Sen. Warner fully disclosed this to the committee four months ago,” the jellyfish tweeted. There is just one problem… If you look at the timeline, that “full disclosure” came a full seven months after the collusion occurred.

Rubio fired off another non-sequitur in Warner’s defense. “Has had zero impact on our work,” Rubio wrote, as though that means anything when it comes to the fact that Warner colluded with Russians to harm a sitting president and hid that information from the committee for more than a half-year.

Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele

B3E4AC7E-FED2-4753-9681-EA1229DA2822Steele is the former British spy hired by the D.C.-based Fusion GPS to put together the phony Russian dossier that even disgraced former-FBI Director James Comey declared “salacious and unverified.”

To compile these lies, Steele reportedly worked directly with Kremlin officials:

How good were these sources? Consider what Steele would write in the memos he filed with Simpson: Source A—to use the careful nomenclature of his dossier—was “a senior Russian Foreign Ministry figure.” Source B was “a former top level intelligence officer still active in the Kremlin.” And both of these insiders, after “speaking to a trusted compatriot,” would claim that the Kremlin had spent years getting its hooks into Donald Trump.

In other words, Steele and Fusion GPS colluded with the Russians to manufacture lies about Trump. Steele then leaked those lies to a complicit media in the hopes of manipulating the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.


Fusion GPS also “spearheaded the campaign to undo the Magnitsky Act, American legislation imposing sanctions on Russian officials and other figures close to Vladimir Putin. Their work featured a smear campaign against the driving force behind the Magnitsky Act, financier William Browder.”

If successful, this Fusion GPS campaign would have been of great benefit to the Russian government and countless oligarchs who want the Magnitsky Act’s sanctions lifted.

E1E8883D-2BE9-4E1A-94C3-6C9FFF86B1EFThe Hillary Clinton Campaign

Hillary’s 2016 presidential campaign hired Fusion GPS to put that dossier together. In other words, the Clinton campaign’s paid agents colluded with Kremlin officials to manufacture lies about Trump that would then be leaked to a complicit media in the hopes of manipulating the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.

FA9299D1-332E-4278-829D-9EC027A0BEF4The Democrat National Committee (DNC)

The DNC hired the D.C.-based Fusion GPS to put that dossier together. In other words, the DNC’s paid agents colluded with Kremlin officials to manufacture lies about Trump that would then be leaked to a complicit media in the hopes of manipulating the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.

992BE253-75A0-49FD-BEE0-3BBE35991DF0.jpegThe FBI

Our own FBI not only put Steele on the payroll, a guy who colluded with the Russians to manufacture lies about Trump, the FBI used lies and the dossier — including Kremlin lies — to obtain FISA warrants to spy on Trump campaign affiliates.

Out of the park, Dude, out of the park!


A dynamic and moving State of the Union

President Trump called for unity and bipartisanship in a speech that was seen by 45.6 million TV viewers — the highest ever — and 75 percent of Americans liked what they heard.

But predictably, Democrats showed no class or willingness to join the New America.

They sat on their hands and scowled and grimaced and refused to stand. They refused to stand for jobs coming back to America and the new booming economy. They refused to stand for U.S. forces decimating the Islamic State. They refused to stand for getting tough on terrorism with stronger immigration laws. They refused to stand for cheaper and more accessible health care. They refused to stand when the President said Americans should stand for the National Anthem. They didn’t even stand for American heroes.

Trump spoke from the heart, but Democrats do not have America in their hearts.



Deputy Attorney-General next to go?


The days may be numbered for suspected Deep State operative Robert Mueller who’s trying to nail President Trump with his phony witch-hunt about Russian interference in the U.S. election.images

But first, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the guy who appointed Mueller, and another Deep State member, will have to be fired.

Since Attorney General Sessions recused himself from the Trump-Russia collusion probe, Rosenstein is the acting attorney general in the investigation, and as such, has the authority to fire Special Counsel Mueller. But he has stated that he’s not about to do that.  Ergo, Rosenstein must go.

And Republicans are now on the hunt after a memo revealed that Rosenstein reauthorized surveillance of former Trump campaign associate Carter Page based on evidence in a fake Russian dossier that was paid for by the Democrats.

That is enough for images-1Trump to fire Rosenstein.

And with Rosenstein gone, Republicans would replace him with someone who is not out to get President Trump, and who, in fact, would then fire Mueller. Aha! Fait accompli.

Melania mad at the Donald?


Melania Trump has been staying at a ritzy Washington hotel since porn star Stormy Daniels claimed she had an affair with Donald Trump, reported in an exclusive story Friday.

Daniels was reportedly paid $130,000 when Trump was elected president to clam up about the fling in a Lake Tahoe, Nevada, hotel room during a charity golf tournament 10 years ago. But a celebrity magazine published a 2011 interview with her in which she described the affair.


Melania stayed in Washington rather than accompany her husband to the economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, an event she was originally scheduled to attend.

“It’s been upsetting and humiliating,” a White House source said, according to “Her relationship with President Trump has become strained.”


Melania Trump’s spokesperson said Saturday that the “salacious” reports about marital problems between the first Lady and her husband over a porn star’s claims are false and out of line.

Stephanie Grisham slammed the “flat-out false reporting” surrounding the alleged scandal.

“The laundry list of salacious and flat-out false reporting about Mrs. Trump by tabloid publications and TV shows has seeped into ‘main stream media’ reporting,” she said.

Grisham called the reports “unrealistic scenarios peddled daily by the fake news.”