You Can’t Cheat Death

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead. I have to hand it to her—she was a very tough little old lady. As Trump said, “She had an amazing life.” That’s one way of putting it.

She beat various forms of cancer and escaped death over and over again. Perhaps because she had a reason to keep living. Not just for the power she had as a member of the highest court in the land, but also because she had a great dislike for President Trump. She had hoped to hang on until Biden got elected. The question is, why didn’t she retire during Obama’s term so she could be replaced by an another far-left liberal? Probably because she, like many of her fellow experts, expected Hillary to win easily.

While many are paying their respects to the feminist Ginsburg who fought for equality, we must bear in mind that she also supported taxpayer-funded abortion on demand. She wanted to take our guns. She saw the 2nd Amendment as being obsolete. She said the Constitution was an ‘antiquated document.’ Instead of interpreting the Constitution, she held it in contempt.

Now that Ginsburg is dead, we are in for an inevitable rollercoaster ride in the form of a Senate confirmation battle. Most likely we’ll see massive protests if Trump’s replacement is confirmed ahead of the election, but it’s important that we have a fully-stocked court to make important decisions on said election. After all, the Democrats and especially Hillary want to contest the election regardless of the result.

—Ben Garrison

President Trump Now Saying the Next Supreme Court Pick Will ‘Most Likely’ Be a Woman…

Many reasons present themselves as to why the Senate should seat President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as quickly as possible.  Heading into an election season without the full complement of justices could prove to be a nightmare scenario.  Nobody wants a split decision on the Supreme Court with the election in the balance. 

Fox News – “It will be a woman. A very talented, very brilliant woman.” Trump said. “I think it should be a woman. I actually like women much more than I like men.”

The commander-in-chief opened his rally in Fayetteville, N.C., by paying tribute to the late justice, saying “you may disagree with her, but she was a tremendous inspiration to a number of people, I say all Americans.”

Trump told reporters before boarding Air Force One to North Carolina that his pick would likely be announced next week.


Trump said the current situation is different than in February 2016 when a seat was vacated by late Justice Antonin Scalia. “That’s called the consequences of losing an election,” the president said.

He noted her close relationship with late Justice Antonin Scalia, which he called a “powerful reminder we can disagree on fundamental issues while treating each other with decency and respect.”

Trump also asserted his right to nominate a new justice before the election. “Article II of the Constitution says the president shall nominate justices of the Supreme Court. I don’t think it can be any more clear, can it?”

A chant broke out among the crowd multiple times throughout the night: “Fill that seat, fill that seat.”

“It says the president, we’re supposed to fill the seat. That’s what we’re going to do.”

Trump also told the crowd he would now consider his rallies protests. “This isn’t a rally. From now on it’s called a protest,” he said. “Protest against stupidity.”

Trump said that a Supreme Court seat was vacated during an election year or prior to inauguration 29 times throughout history. “Every sitting president made a nomination,” he said.

President Obama nominated Merrick Garland for the seat, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., in 2016 used his caucus’ numbers to hold the seat open until after the election.  …MORE…

Teacher Trump and the 1776 Commission

Everyone gets an “A”,  A for America First!

President Trump has announced he will sign an executive order to restore patriotic education to our schools.

No one can deny that our education system is churning out students who can barely read or write. The one thing they are experts in is hating America and the Founding fathers. American history isn’t taught in a balanced way. Emphasis  is put on recent history of the 196o’s and how America was founded as a racist country by racist Founders. Our school systems have been turning out radical Left activists and brainwashed uneducated sheep that are taught to obey the state.

This has been a problem for 40 years. The dirty communist hippies of the 1960s are entrenched in colleges and schools. They are convincing our youth that socialism is the only way forward for racial “justice”.

A nation can not survive if future generations are taught the nation is racist and evil. It will be destroyed from within.

Trump realizes this and is taking the first steps to right this situation.

The 1776 Commission will teach the real history of America, both good and bad. Children will learn of American heroes and events that shaped the country as the most exceptional and free nation in the world.

Of course this pisses off the communists like Susan Rice. Trump is over the target as usual.

Rice commented on the 1776 Commission saying, ” is the most communist, retro, crazy thing I’ve heard out of Donald Trump’s mouth in a while.”

How they project.

God Bless America!


Prosecute George Soros for Plotting Anarchy,  Violating U.S. Code § 2383. Rebellion or Insurrection

Fox Weirdly Defends Ultra-Evil Tycoon Soros Funding Antifa Riots & Progressive DA’s

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesSeptember 18, 2020


Prosecute George Soros for Plotting Anarchy,  Violating U.S. Code § 2383. Rebellion or Insurrection

Intro: George Soros, Violently Ambitious Progressive

Silence fell at Fox News as Newt Gingrich asserted the main problem facing US riots was billionaire George Soros buying DA races. The  female hosts immediately howled to censure Gingrich, who said: “It’s verboten?!!” So is Fox beholden to Soros? Why? Meanwhile, crime skyrockets in liberal states and cities that elected Soros DAs. Soros is accused of plotting to control the globe through shadow officials in various countries. Soros and devotees offer a classic study of folie à deux, sharing the mad belief they’re called to convert the globe to Marxism

Open Society

Soros started Open Society Foundation, donating $30 billion to “upgrade” world democracy, Soros is condemned in native Hungary, his university banned, and rejected for insisting mass illegal migrants be housed, Soros currently funds leftist US District Attorneys.  “The Soros groups dump large amounts of money in the final moments of the campaign. The Soros funds are only discovered after the election.”

Nonagenarian Soros Desperate to Transform America

90-year-old Marxist Soros oozes delusions of grandeur seeing himself a leader of world revolution, his leftist mania drives his American DA project. For years Soros regularly invested in DA races. Observe incompetent Kim Foxx & $2 million Soros funds, dismissing without comment Jesse Smollett’s case with overwhelming evidence of guilt. Such abuse of justice tells average citizens fairness is impossible.

US Liberal District Attorney Project

Investing in important DA races, Soros waits to inject last minute blasts of cash for liberal candidates. Over yearsSoros spent millions in races like Chesa Boudin, San Francisco; Larry Krasner, Philadelphia; Houston’s Kim Ogg, and Diana Becton, Contra Costa County. All “Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commissions” idealists. Florida’s Soros financed State Attorney Aramis Ayala announced no death penalties would be sought for any case. Portland’s Mike Schmidt, Soros DA refuses to prosecute 110-day Portland rioters.

San Francisco, Liberal Hell

Boudin, the SF Public Defender, promised before his election: “We will not prosecute cases involving quality-of-life crimes, such as public camping, offering or soliciting sex, public urination, blocking a sidewalk, etc., should not and will not be prosecuted. We have a long way to go to decriminalize poverty and homelessness. There can be no justice when we utilize prison and jail as the solution to all of our problems.” Overall, Soros DAs have helped turn the biggest West Coast cities into third world countries as residents despair and flee.

Soros’ Mental Health & History
Jewish Soros diabolically admitted the zenith of his life was carting off innocent Jew’s property after dispatch to concentration camps. Is he a Sociopath or Psychopath? Why does Soros undermine American law? Marxists know an increasingly out-of-control a society begs for more government intervention. Liberal Soros Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner of St. Louis watched her city’s crime spike to highest in America.

Conclusion: DOJ Should Prosecute Soros for Bribery, Undue Influence & Undermining Constitution

Hungary’s PM Viktor Orbán likened Soros to Soviet propagandists: “We old warhorses recognize them by their smell.” The DOJ must prosecute the megalomaniac for attempting to overhaul the US Justice SystemSoros is bribing candidates to follow his law-enforcement ideas in exchange for campaign funds and future support. If Soros’ groups break down society by organizing and funding treason, etc, they are violating U.S. Code § 2383. Rebellion or Insurrection, punishing anarchy undermining the law. It’s time Soros is finally stopped in his insane bid to castrate the US Constitution and supplant America’s justice system with devilish Marxism.

President Trump First Reaction to News of Justice Ginsburg Passing…

The death of supreme court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was announced while President Trump was holding a campaign rally.

At the conclusion of the rally President Trump approached the media and found out for the first time that Justice Ginsburg had passed.  This was his immediate reaction:


RIP Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Supreme Court has announced the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87 from complications due to metastatic cancer of the pancreas.  The 2020 election is officially in hyper-drive…

SCOTUS – Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died this evening surrounded by her family at her home in Washington, D.C., due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer. She was 87 years old.

Justice Ginsburg was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Clinton in 1993. She was the second woman appointed to the Court and served more than 27 years. She is survived by her two children: Jane Carol Ginsburg (George Spera) and James Steven Ginsburg (Patrice Michaels), four grandchildren: Paul Spera (Francesca Toich), Clara Spera (Rory Boyd), Miranda Ginsburg, Abigail Ginsburg, two step-grandchildren: Harjinder Bedi, Satinder Bedi, and one great-grandchild: Lucrezia Spera. Her husband, Martin David Ginsburg, died in 2010.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. said of Justice Ginsburg: “Our Nation has lost a jurist of historic stature. We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her — a tireless and resolute champion of justice.”

Justice Ginsburg was born in Brooklyn, New York, March 15, 1933. She married Martin D. Ginsburg in 1954. She received her B.A. from Cornell University, attended Harvard Law School, and received her LL.B. from Columbia Law School. She served as a law clerk to the Honorable Edmund L. Palmieri, Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, from 1959–1961.

From 1961–1963, she was a research associate and then associate director of the Columbia Law School Project on International Procedure. She was a Professor of Law at Rutgers University School of Law from 1963–1972, and Columbia Law School from 1972–1980, and a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences in Stanford, California from 1977–1978. In 1971, she was instrumental in launching the Women’s Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union, and served as the ACLU’s General Counsel from 1973–1980, and on the National Board of Directors from 1974–1980. She was appointed a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1980. During her more than 40 years as a Judge and a Justice, she was served by 159 law clerks.

While on the Court, the Justice authored My Own Words (2016), a compilation of her speeches and writings.

A private interment service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery. (link)


President Trump Holds Great American Comeback Rally and Peaceful Protest – Bemidji, Minnesota – 7:00pm Livestream…

Tonight President Donald J. Trump heads to Minnesota for a campaign event at Bemidji Aviation Services in Bemidji, MN. The anticipated start time is 7:00pm ET – Livestream Links Below.

Trump Campaign Livestream – RSBN Livestream Link – Fox News Livestream




President Trump Impromptu Remarks Departing White House – Refutes Chris Wray…

Chopper pressers are the best pressers.  As he departs the White House for a trip to Minnesota, President Trump delivers impromptu remarks and takes questions from the media.  Two of the questions surrounded President Trump remarks on FBI Director Christopher Wray; and possible replacement.  Video and partial transcript below:

UPDATE: Full Transcript Added


Transcript from first Wray question/response:

“I disagreed with him on those, I think, very important points. Obviously, China is at the top of the list. And I think Russia and North Korea and many other countries can be talked about but China would be at the top of the list and I don’t know why that was not mentioned. And obviously Antifa. These are thugs, these are bad people. These are people who hurt a lot of people, a lot of good people…


The fact is that Antifa is a bad group. And they are criminals and they are anarchists and they are agitators and they are looters and rioters and everything else. They are bad and when a man doesn’t say that, that bothers me. I wonder why he is not saying that….”

“I think Bill Barr has been incredible. He is strong, Bill Barr is strong and he’s tough and he is smart and I think he agrees with me on this stuff…”

Given a second chance to say if he plans to remove FBI Director Wray from his FBI post, the president responded:

“We’re looking at a lot of different things. And I did not like his answers yesterday and I’m not sure he liked them either. I’m sure he probably would agree with me. Antifa is bad, really bad. And if you look at it, who is the real problem? The big problem is China. And we can have others also and I’m not excluding anybody. But the big problem is China and why he doesn’t want to say that, that certainly bothers me.”

FULL TRANSCRIPT – THE PRESIDENT: So we have a very big crowd. It’s already formed. I mean, it started forming yesterday, I guess. We’re going to Minnesota. Some of you are coming, I guess, I hope.

Do you have any questions? We’ll do it really quickly because we’re a little bit late.

Q Mr. President, on TikTok, will you sign off on a — on a deal that leaves ByteDance as the majority owner?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, we’re going to take a look. They’re going to be showing me everything in a little while, on TikTok. And we have some great companies who want to buy it, and we’re looking at those companies. We’re looking at, most importantly, the security, with respect to China. And we’re going to make a fairly fast decision. I don’t think we have to delay it too much, but we have some great companies and some very great interests. It’s a — you know, it’s a pretty incredible asset.

Q Do you want to replace Christopher Wray?

Q On the FBI, do you have confidence in Director Wray?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, you’re asking me a question. I disagreed with him on those, I think, very important points. Obviously, China is at the top of the list. And I think Russia and North Korea and many other countries can be talked about. But China would be at the top of that list, so I don’t know why that’s not mentioned. And obviously, Antifa — these are thugs. These are bad people. These are people that hurt a lot of people — a lot of good people.

And Antifa — and that man is agreeing with me. Unfortunately — are you a reporter? I wish you were a reporter. He’s not. He’s a good person, but he’s back there shaking — shaking his head “yes.”

The fact is that Antifa is a bad group, and they’re criminals and they’re anarchists and they’re agitators, and they’re looters and rioters and everything else. They’re bad.

And when a man doesn’t say that, that bothers me. I wonder why he’s not saying that.

Q Do you agree with Bill Barr?

THE PRESIDENT: I think Bill Barr has been incredible. Right? He’s strong. Bill Barr is strong, he’s tough, and he’s smart. And I think he agrees with me on this stuff. It’s — he sees what’s happening with certain locations.

Now, we can clean it out if the Democrat governors, who are just weak or something is wrong — they’re weak on crime. They don’t even want to mention the words “law and order.” If they called us — like, in Portland, we would have that situation taken care of in a half an hour. All they have to do is call. We will be there in a half an hour.

Seattle only got straightened out because they knew we were going — we were going in there the following morning. We were all set to go, and they — they immediately raised their hands. They gave up. But if they would call us, we would straighten out their problems. That includes Chicago, it includes New York.

Now, I have to tell you, Chicago has a great police department; they endorsed me. New York has a great police department — New York’s Finest; they endorsed me. They don’t need any help. All they have to do is let them do their job, Mr. Mayor and Mr. Governor. If they let them do their job, you will have very little crime in New York, very little crime in Chicago.

But these liberal politicians — Democrats — they won’t let the police do their job.

Q A lot of businesses in Minnesota do business with Canada. The closing of the border has been extended until October 21st. When do you want the border to be reopened?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, we’re going to see that. We’re looking at the border with Canada. Canada would like it open, and, you know, we want to get back to normal business. We have the USMCA all done — the new trade deal replacing NAFTA, which was probably the worst trade deal ever made by anybody. It was grossly incompetent. We have a great trade deal right now, and so we’re going to be opening the borders pretty soon.

Q Toward the end of the year, you hope?


Q Toward the end of the year?

THE PRESIDENT: Could be. Yeah, we’re working with Canada. We want to pick a good date, having to do with the pandemic. And I happen to think we’re rounding the turn. We’re doing very well. And the vaccines are coming. But even before the vaccines are coming — if you look at Florida, if you look at Texas, if you look at Arizona — some places that flared up a little bit — we are doing really well. They’re all doing very well.

Q Mr. President, just to clarify: Cristopher Wray — would you like to replace him, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: No, we’re looking at a lot of different things. And I don’t — I did not like his answers yesterday, and I’m not sure he liked them either. I’m sure that he probably would agree with me.

Antifa is bad — really bad. And if you look at it — who’s the big problem? The big problem is China. And we can have others also, and I’m not excluding anybody, but the big problem is China. And why he doesn’t want to say that, that certainly bothers me.


Q You’ve been saying, sir, and you just said now that we’re turning the corner. How do you say that, given that 200,000 people have died?

THE PRESIDENT: “Have died.” And projected — if you look at the initial projections, it was up to 240, 250 thousand if everybody did their job. If they didn’t do their job, it would be two and a half, three million people, three and a half million people. But you saw the same chart.

So here’s the bottom line: We should’ve lost nobody. China should’ve never allowed it to come out. Should’ve never, ever allowed it to come out. But the projections would be — if we did a really good job, with the shutdown, which we did, it would be 240 — up to 240, 250 thousand people. You’ve seen those numbers, and so have I. If we didn’t do our job, it would three and a half, two and a half, maybe three million people — million people.

We have done a phenomenal job with respect to COVID-19. We have done a job that was incredible. Look at the other side of it. Look at Biden, Sleepy Joe Biden. He had a thing called swine flu. It was a disaster. Much easier to handle. Much less severe. But it was a disaster. And his own man that was in charge of it said it was a nightmare, it was a disaster, they did a poor job, they didn’t know what they were doing. Joe Biden doesn’t have a clue. All he does is criticize.

We’ve done an incredible job, whether it’s the vaccines which are coming, the therapeutics, which are already here — therapeutics. They’re already here, and they started — remdesivir and others. The plasma is working out incredibly well.

Look at what happens. Look how much better people do if they do have to go and they do end up in serious condition. Look at how much better they’re doing now because of what we’ve done therapeutically. It’s been amazing. The numbers are amazing.

We’ve done a great job. But then you have to take a look at swine flu — H1N1, okay? — which Biden calls “N1H1” because he doesn’t know the name. The “H” comes before the “N.” It’s very easy to remember. Take a look at the job he did, where his own people and the man that was in charge said it was a total disaster. A total disaster — and worse than that. And they got very, very poor marks.

We have done an incredible job. Throughout the world, I get called by prime ministers and presidents saying, “Sir, the job you’ve done is amazing.”

Q Which ones?

THE PRESIDENT: On testing — on testing — I’ll give you a whole list.

Q Which ones?

THE PRESIDENT: On testing, we have the greatest testing anywhere in the world. We’re, I think, 60 million tests more than India — 1.5 billion people. Nobody has done the job that we’ve done.

All right, thank you very much, everybody. Thank you.

END 4:09 P.M. EDT

Trump Administration Awards Largest Ever FEMA Grant to Rebuild Puerto Rico Power Grid…

Puerto Rico serves as a strategic economic region to recapture the Pharmaceutical industry.  Historically Puerto Rico was a hub for pharmaceutical manufacturing; however, due to poor and undependable infrastructure, an outcome of terrible management in government, combined with competitive incentives provided by alternative nations, most PR pharma operations moved to India and China.

With the Trump administration confronting Big Pharma on multiple fronts, including the need for a secure supply chain, a cost-effective approach is massive investment to repair and replace the island infrastructure.  Today the White House announces the largest FEMA grant in history as an underpinning to this strategic objective.

WHITE HOUSE – Statement from the Press Secretary on the Largest FEMA Infrastructure Grants Being Awarded to Puerto Rico.

The Trump Administration announced that the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) plans to award two of its largest grants ever for infrastructure projects in Puerto Rico.

Under the leadership of President Trump, FEMA will award almost $13 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s electrical grid system and spur recovery of the territory’s education system—the largest obligations of funding ever awarded. This funding amount includes a Federal share of $11.6 billion for the projects.

Together, these grants exceed the total Public Assistance funding in any single federally-declared disaster other than Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy. Federal funding of $9.6 billion will allow the Puerto Rico Electrical Power Authority to repair and replace thousands of miles of transmission and distribution lines, electrical substations, power generation systems, office buildings, and make other grid improvements. The $2 billion grant for the Puerto Rico Department of Education will focus on restoring school buildings and educational facilities across the island.

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 included funding for FEMA to support Hurricane Maria response and recovery, as well as language helping FEMA to ensure that Puerto Rico rebuilds its critical lifelines, services, and facilities in accordance with current industry standards.

All critical infrastructure projects are funded under FEMA’s Public Assistance Alternative Procedures, pursuant to Section 428 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act. This innovative funding method allows Puerto Rican officials to work with FEMA to determine how to best meet their unique recovery needs. As part of the 428 procedures, the funding being announced today was reviewed and validated by an independent expert review panel and agreed to by both FEMA and Puerto Rico.

With the grant awards announced today, the Federal Government will have obligated approximately $26 billion for Puerto Rico’s recovery from Hurricane Maria. Today’s grant announcements represent some of the largest awards in FEMA’s history for any single disaster recovery event and demonstrate the Federal Government’s continuing commitment to help rebuild the territory and support the citizens of Puerto Rico and their recovery goals.  (link)


Giddy Up – President Trump Holds A News Conference – 2:00pm ET Livestream

Following a private oval office meeting with his Excellency Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah of the State of Kuwait, President Trump holds a press conference.  Anticipated Start Time 2:00pm ET:

UPDATE: Video Added



White House Livestream – Fox News Livestream – Alternate Livestream