President Trump

Discussion in 'The Signs of the Times' started by garabandal, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. Tanker

    Tanker Archangels

  2. Don_D

    Don_D ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

    Glad to see this.

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  3. picadillo

    picadillo Powers

    The author, Liz Crokin, is an amazing activist against child trafficking and all that goes with it.
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  4. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    And this is the guy who is amassing the majority of products people purchase and the conditions around that purchasing.

    Amazon Is 'Expressing Public and Open Hostility Toward Conservative and Religious Organizations'


    “That’s viewpoint discrimination and it’s abhorrent,” added Danhof, who wrote the viewpoint discrimination proposal.

    During the meeting, Danhof and other conservative shareholders repeatedly questioned Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as to why the company engages in blatant viewpoint discrimination. Bezos refused to answer.

    “If Bezos can defend Amazon’s outright bigotry, then we invite him to do so,” Danhof said after the meeting. “It’s pathetic that one of the most powerful men in the world can’t answer a simple question. Yet it is also telling that Bezos seems to have zero defense for this deplorable behavior.”

  5. Byron

    Byron Powers

    She’s Catholic from Tampa/Miami, Florida. She comes from a very religious Catholic family. A friend knows her family and says they are great!
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  6. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    BREAKING: Draft Leaked on Trump Administration’s Social Media Executive Order


    This comes after Twitter censored his account this week with fake news on mail-in voting.

    The website Protocol got a leaked draft of the president’s executive order on Thursday morning.

    According to Protocol:
    ** The new order empowers the FCC to review Section 230
    ** The new order forwards complaints of anti-conservative bias filed with the White House over to the FTC
    ** The new order asks federal agencies to pull back digital ad dollars!

    A draft of an executive order that President Donald Trump may sign as soon as Thursday could dramatically expand the government’s ability to punish social media platforms, marking the Trump administration’s most aggressive salvo yet in its battle against alleged anti-conservative bias on platforms including Twitter and Facebook.

    A draft of the expansive executive order, circulated to stakeholders and obtained by Protocol late Wednesday night, would pull multiple levers of governmental power — including federal agencies, the U.S. attorney general and the White House — in order to blast the tech giants over allegations that their platforms censor conservative voices. The executive order comes on the heels of a bitter, days-long fight over Twitter’s decision to fact-check one of Trump’s recent tweets — and five months before the presidential election, signaling that Trump believes it could be a galvanizing issue for his base amid a pandemic that has killed more than 100,000 people in the U.S.

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  7. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

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  8. Byron

    Byron Powers

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  9. Tanker

    Tanker Archangels

    Something better happen soon because while people are waking up, not enough are. I don't want to live in a Chinese govt model. People need to scream and protest "HELL NO" soon. We don't know what we are losing and have already lost.
  10. Dolours

    Dolours Powers

    I didn't know she was Catholic. She was outstanding in the lead up to the election and I was surprised she didn't get a high profile job until quite recently.
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  11. Booklady

    Booklady Archangels

    Yes, she mentioned in one of her briefings that she went to mass last Sunday. Trump is surrounding himself with many Catholics.
  12. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    The criminal control operation is now activated. Just who here is "glorifying violence" abetting its continuance?

    Twitter Censors President Trump’s Tweet Warning He Will Send In the National Guard to Minneapolis If He Has To

    Twitter escalated its feud with President Trump early Friday, censoring a tweet on the Minneapolis riots in which Trump warned he would send national guard troops to save the city from its incompetent radical Mayor Jacob Frey if the President had to. Frey has allowed his city to be looted and set aflame by protesters angry about the death in police custody Monday of George Floyd.

    Twitter slapped a warning on Trump’s tweet that it was being violating the rules by “glorifying violence” but would be allowed to remain because it is in the “public’s interest”to see the tweet. However, Twitter disabled likes, replies and bookmarking. Retweeting is allowed, including with a comment, however the retweet shows the warning label that must be clicked on to to see Trump’s tweet.


    I would chance to bet that such Soros type paid off thugs have been in place throughout the country for the planned purpose of adding more chaos and control to the now leveling off "plandemic" w/ the market climb back. People on the ground are acknowledging that this third group of "participants" within the protests is there simply to take advantage of the situation and make it useful for terrorizing the locals and draw attention to continuing havoc......all leading up to the coming election. Now to add to that the Democratic county DA is adding fuel to the fire by stating, prior to any completed investigation, that there doesn't look like evidence supports a criminal offense, knowing how that statement will give impetus to the growing destruction, now nationwide. Local mayor is blaming Trump......of course.

    And this craziness has been mentioned as an example of that prophesied "disruption within the disruption" word of knowledge that Michael Brown of Spirit Daily has been following as more has been added to it since it was originally given in 1990 (I believe that the anonymous source given this "word of knowledge" over the years is himself):

    Recently we reported a “word of knowledge” — from April 26 — that foresaw “a disruption within the disruption around you because the lesson of Heaven has not been met.”

    Does that bear any pertinence to what may now happen in America and the world — in other realms — because we are shrugging off God’s warning with the virus?

    A disruption within the main disruption (pandemic) doesn’t necessarily mean a “second” corona wave — though it certainly could. It might also mean a societal disruption, one notes, looking at the explosiveness of the situations in Minneapolis and other cities: from Louisville to Hong Kong.
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  13. Tanker

    Tanker Archangels

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  14. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    Prayers for the President and those around him. Anyone who says this wasn't a planned country wide chaos of destruction for the purpose of a crackdown and then target Trump for it, well, I've got that bridge to sell you. When people said to expect more "distractions" as the election gets closer they meant it....and there seems to be an actual war in the in "Minneapolis now looks like a war zone". Dr. Fauci is expected to chastise those not wearing masks and not spacing properly!

    BREAKING: LEFTIST MOB RIOTS – WHITE HOUSE in Lockdown — Liberal Mob Spraypaints “F**k Trump” On Walls


    The Trump White House is in lockdown tonight.
    Leftists are rioting in Atlanta, Minnesota, Brooklyn and outside the White House in Washington DC.

    Tweets and pics:
  15. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    The People of Hong Kong Praise President Trump for Yesterday’s Speech on China – “He Said What We All Are Thinking”

    President Trump spoke in the White House Rose Garden Yesterday and announced that the U.S. will sanction China for its handling of Hong Kong and permanently freeze funding to the WHO. The people of Hong Kong have a hero.


    Trump then claimed China pressured the World Health Organization to mislead the world when the coronavirus was first discovered by Chinese authorities. He then went on to say that because the WHO refused to make greatly needed reforms, the US is terminating its relationship with the WHO and will work with other entities instead.

    Several of the most significant actions we’re taking are due to deeply troubling situations unfolding in Hong Kong. This week China unilaterally imposed control over Hong Kong’s security. This was a plain violation of Beijing’s treaty obligations with the United Kingdom in the declaration of 1984 and explicit provisions of Hong Kong’s basic law. It has 27 years to go.

    The Chinese government’s move against Hong Kong is the latest in a series of measures that are diminishing the city’s long standing and very proud status. This is a tragedy for the people of Hong Kong, the people of China and indeed the people of the world. China claims it is protecting national security but the truth is that Hong Kong is secure and prosperous as a free society. Beijing’s decision reverses all of that.

    It extends the reach of China’s invasive state security apparatus into what was formally a bastion of liberty. China’s latest incursion along with other recent developments that degraded the territory’s freedoms makes clear that Hong Kong is no longer sufficiently autonomous to warrant the special treatment that we have afforded the territory since the handover.

    China has repleased its promise of ‘one country, two systems’ to ‘one country one system’. Therefore I am directing my Administration to begin the process of eliminating policy exemptions that give Hong Kong different and special treatment…. Our actions will be strong. Our actions will be meaningful.

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  16. earthtoangels

    earthtoangels Powers

    .........Not only did the Department of Justice respond to corrupt Judge Emmet Sullivan’s actions in the General Flynn case yesterday, but they did so with massive fire power.


    On Monday Judge Emmet Sullivan claimed he was not required to “rubber stamp” the Justice Department’s bid to dismiss the case.


    On Monday afternoon the Department of Justice responded to the rogue judge reminding Sullivan, “We’re the prosecutors here, not you!”

    But what has gone unreported is that the brief filed by the Justice Department has massive fire power. The response from the Department of Justice came directly from the office of the United States Solicitor General, Noel Francisco.

    Sean Davis at the Federalist reported:

    In a sign of how important DOJ views the underlying constitutional issues in the case, the formal brief to the appellate court wasn’t just signed by the line attorney managing the government’s case. Instead, it was signed by Noel J. Francisco, the Solicitor General of the United States who is tasked with representing the U.S. government in the most important appellate cases across the country; Brian A. Benczkowski, the Assistant Attorney General and head of DOJ’s entire criminal division; Deputy Solicitors General Jeffrey B. Wall and Eric J. Feigin; assistants to the Solicitor General Frederick Liu and Vivek Suri; Michael R. Sherwin, the acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia; Kenneth C. Kohl, the acting Principal Assistant United States Attorney for D.C.; and Jocelyn S. Ballantine, the line prosecutor handling the Flynn case at trial.

    “The Constitution vests in the Executive Branch the power to decide when—and when not—to prosecute potential crimes,” DOJ argued in its brief. Rules of federal criminal procedure, cited by Sullivan in support of his gambit to appoint himself both judge and prosecutor in the inquisition against Flynn, “do[] not authorize a court to stand in the way of a dismissal the defendant does not oppose, and any other reading of [those rules] would violate both Article II and Article III” of the constitution, DOJ wrote.

    “Nor, under the circumstances of this case, may the district court assume the role of prosecutor and initiate criminal charges of its own,” the brief continued. “Instead of inviting further proceedings the court should have granted the government’s motion to dismiss.”

    The case is not in the hands of the Circuit Court. Obama’s plans to indict General Flynn are over.
  17. Carol55

    Carol55 Ave Maria

    Archbishop Gregory had to chime in too :rolleyes:and he is spreading fake news also.


    ‘Baffling and reprehensible:’ Washington Archbishop Gregory lashes out at President Trump’s visit to National Shrine

    Published: June 2, 2020 at 5:07 p.m. ET
    By Quentin Fottrell 135
    ‘Saint Pope John Paul II was an ardent defender of the rights and dignity of human beings,’ Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory said Tuesday
    U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visit the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, D.C. Tuesday, to lay a ceremonial wreath and observe a moment of remembrance under the statue of Saint John Paul II.
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    ‘I find it baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated in a fashion that violates our religious principles.’

    — Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory
    Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory had some harsh words for President Trump and his visit Tuesday to the Saint John Paul II National Shrine: “I find it baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated in a fashion that violates our religious principles, which call us to defend the rights of all people even those with whom we might disagree.”

    “Saint Pope John Paul II was an ardent defender of the rights and dignity of human beings. His legacy bears vivid witness to that truth. He certainly would not condone the use of tear gas and other deterrents to silence, scatter or intimidate them for a photo opportunity in front of a place of worship and peace,” the archbishop said in a statement. (Trump visited the shrine earlier Tuesday, accompanied by his wife, First Lady Melania Trump.)

    On Sunday, Gregory said, “In astonishment, we are seeing the reactions of people across the United States as they express feelings of frustration, hurt, and anger in their cry for justice for George Floyd, whom we painfully watched being suffocated in front of our eyes on video in Minneapolis, Minn. this past week. Many of us remember similar incidents in our history that accompanied the Civil Rights Movement, where we repeatedly saw black Americans viciously brutalized by police.”

    President Trump posed with a Bible outside St. John's Episcopal Church after a news conference in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C. on Monday.

    Trump late Monday threatened to mobilize the U.S. military to keep the peace across the nation, following days of violent protests. Speaking at the Rose Garden of the White House, Trump derided governors for not acting more harshly against demonstrators, and said he was deploying “heavily armed” soldiers and federal police in Washington to quell protests: “I am mobilizing all federal and local resources, civilian and military, to protect the rights of law abiding Americans.”

    Police used tear gas to clear a crowd of protesters across from the White House on Monday evening so Trump could walk to the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church where he posed for photographers holding a Bible. The Rev. Mariann Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, told the Washington Post that she did not know of Trump’s plans beforehand. “I am outraged,” she said, adding, “Everything he has said and done is to inflame violence. I don’t want President Trump speaking for St. John’s.”

    Joe Biden on Tuesday called the death of Floyd a “wake-up call,” as he blasted Trump over a vow to deploy the military to quell protests. In an address at Philadelphia’s City Hall, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee invoked Floyd, a black man, who died after he was pinned at the neck by a white Minneapolis police officer. “‘I can’t breathe,’” he said, quoting Floyd’s last words. “But [the words] didn’t die with him. They’re still being heard. They’re echoing across this nation.”

    I have been taking a bit of break lately from posting but I don't think that this was posted and I feel that it is important.
    I hope that all of you are safe and well. +:love:
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  18. theflyingnun

    theflyingnun Principalities

    Well, I find it baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility (mainly the Roman Catholic Church) would allow itself to be so egregiously passive and submissive in a fashion that violates our religious principles!
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  19. HeavenlyHosts

    HeavenlyHosts Powers

    Thank you for posting. The whole episode makes me quite ill, frankly. So much subversion and ill will. Prayers for our courageous President facing so much opposition while doing battle with evil in high places. I hope that you and your family are well and safe. You’re in my prayers.
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  20. Katfalls

    Katfalls Archangels

    I find it reprehensible that a Catholic church would close it's doors to anyone, especially the President.
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