Deplorable🇺🇸 I believe in God 🇺🇸 The Constitution🇺🇸#ANDJUSTICEFORALL🇺🇸Proudly Followed by General Flynn 🇺🇸
Sep 28, 2018 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
@ThomasWictor I slept on it & realized the full scope of what Lindsey Graham did last night. It was completely out of character & showed more bravery than anyone knows. #Kavanaugh knew he had to go in strong, but that venue was tough for him & the accusations scorched him.
The only way to mitigate the #Kavanaugh display was to match it & minimize it. That’s what Graham did. It was no doubt difficult. Practical, even-tempered people hate going off like that. It’s unsettling & incredibly uncomfortable for them.
Sep 27, 2018 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
“Thanks to the United States military, and our partnership with many of your nations, I am pleased to report that the bloodthirsty killers known as isis have been driven out from the territory they once held in Iraq and Syria.”
”We will continue to work with friends and allies to deny radical Islamic terrorists funding, territory, or support or any means of infiltrating our borders.”
Sep 17, 2018 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
The people who act in the most horrific and baneful way are literally calling for the assassination of a @POTUS & killing conservatives.Republicans in power standby & do NOTHING but continue to lobby for our $upport as Dems destroy the country. #Kavanaugh#KavanaughConfirmation
Meanwhile, men & women in #FBI exhibited judgement so malleable that they bypassed professional ethics to orchestrate & support a coup. Think carefully: is this a quick strike, coordinated & just pulled together in haste? I think not. #NotTheirFirstRodeo#FISADeclassification
Sep 13, 2018 • 14 tweets • 6 min read
@ThomasWictor 😉I know a man, I’ll call him “Bill.” Bill is a diehard Democrat & a successful entrepreneur. He began mowing lawns as a kid to earn spending money. When he worked late, his father would shine the lights of his old pick up on the yard so Bill could finish
Bill fell in love with stacking his dollar bills in a box. He worked before school, after school & all summer long. He had built a million dollar company by the time he was 22 and sold it at 31 for millions more.
Sep 11, 2018 • 9 tweets • 7 min read
Like so many of the #DeepState illegalities, they get old before we learn the truth. I know @TheChillum has linked this to #FionaHill but I’m holding to my theory. Here’s why.
The @nytopinion appeared at a pivotal moment. Kavanaugh’s hearing was just part of it. Spike Lee’s BlackKlansman came out that weekend. This is perhaps the most racist, vindictive feature film ever produced, disguised as “equality” & “social justice.” google.com/amp/s/www.nyti…
Sep 10, 2018 • 11 tweets • 5 min read
I let this percolate today, hoping something would break free & we would get to the bottom of it. The more I read everyone’s DMs & look at the logistics of it, the more certain I am that it came from USC teaching staff. Whoever wrote it failed to think it completely through.
The whole article begs the question of how safe is it to allow a subversive staffer who’s taken the “safety of the nation” into her own hands to remain lingering in the shadows? What if she’s another Reality Winner with delusions of grandeur who suddenly snaps?
Sep 9, 2018 • 19 tweets • 8 min read
After sleeping on this, I’ve unearthed a couple of salient points.this Op-Ed-as I said-is actually a more brilliant piece of writing than anyone has noticed. It’s incredibly hard to write with this much precision on a topic about which you ultimately divulge no information.
This is also a verifiable masterpiece of spinning language, worthy of its own Pulitzer Prize. You’ve noticed how the Democrats echo each other. Here’s “kids in cages” to refresh your memory but there are a thousand loops of this-all the same. They have 0 creativity changing words
Sep 9, 2018 • 13 tweets • 6 min read
On Sept 5 I posted my theory regarding the Op-Ed. I ran the Essay through Turnitin.com, the Uber powerful online plagiarism-thwarting tool used by schools, universities & researchers. The OpE-Ed popped 100% Match to a USC student essay.
I pondered all the questions previously- maybe this was just a student writing ABOUT the Op-ed. No. I’ll show you why. 1. The student essay included the entire Op-Ed. Not an excerpt, not a quote. The whole piece NYT essay with one sentence revised.
Sep 7, 2018 • 7 tweets • 5 min read
This is ridiculous. I’ve been following @HillaryClinton & her band of lunatics since the 1980s & everyone-that includes my esteemed Twitter folks-overestimate them. John’s statement demonstrates their tenuous grasp on reality & flawed understanding of public perception.
There was no Op-Ed writer or insider ready to flay open the Trump Administration. Hillary, et al. keep their tightly knit group on a short leash & it doesn’t include ‘sleeper cells.’ The Op-Ed ran through Turnitin.com, a program to catch student plagiarism.
Sep 6, 2018 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
The CRAAP test is a list of general questions used to help you evaluate a source-like the @NYT op-ed. Let’s see how the essay fares against the Rubric:
1. Currency: When was the information published or posted? Answer: Simultaneously with a USC student paper that matches 100% with no citations listed. Fail.
Aug 22, 2018 • 21 tweets • 6 min read
Began reading @AnnCoulter “Reisitance Is Futile” last night. You’re going slap your forehead when you see what she said about “grab ‘em by the pussy.” Did anyone know that there was more in that tape? I’ts hysterical...& upsetting that it was taken out of context.
Here we go: “Anyone who says Trump admitted on tape to committing sexual assault is a stone-cold liar and should never be trusted to deliver any facts honestly.” #WednesdayWisdom