Author: Rhonda Reuter

Mitch McConnell Says He Won’t ‘Pull His Head Out Of His Shell’ Untill Trump Tells Him To

The man who makes his living from the government by doing nothing at a base salary of $193,400/year thinks business in America is not doing well because too many Americans feel “they’re doing too good with food stamps, Social Security and all the rest.” McConnell would definitely know a thing or two about that. McConnell’s penchant for intended laziness is well documented, starting with the infamous moment when he committed to making his main goal for two years the assurance that President Obama not win a second term (which, of course, he didn’t accomplish). Now, McConnell pulls his ‘turtle head’ back...

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Trump Is About To Cancel Christmas For Millions Of Americans

This is what could happen if there is a shutdown this weekend, according to CNBC: Federal employees will work without pay More than 420,000 federal employees across numerous agencies will continue to work even if the government shuts down. They just won’t get paid for it immediately. Democrats on the Senate Appropriations Committee say that number will include more than 41,000 federal law enforcement and correctional officers from the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and thousands of other law enforcement and correctional officers. The vast majority of Department of Homeland Security...

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Is Nothing But A Highly-Paid Liar For Donald Trump – And You’re Paying Her Bill

A reporter shouted “do your job” at White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Tuesday, as she wrapped up the briefing after roughly 15 minutes at the podium. Breakfast Media’s Andrew Feinberg confirmed to Fox News that he was the reporter who shouted, “Do your job, Sarah!” Feinberg took to Twitter following the incident, sending a variety of messages that coincided with the message barked to Sanders. “Sarah Huckabee Sanders refuses to do the job for which she is paid money raised from US taxpayers. She delays each briefing so she can use a presidential event as an excuse...

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My Pillow’s Mike Lindell Loves Heroine and Donald Trump – Buy His Pillow Only If You Hate Family Values

President Trump has some high-profile fans who remain completely steadfast in their admiration. Mike Lindell — the now famous inventor of MyPillow — is one of those. He has been in the nation’s capital this week, making an appearance in an iconic spot — the main floor of the Trump International Hotel, just three blocks from the White House. Mr. Lindell was happy to have a say about Mr. Trump, even as the line of his own fans grew, all seeking a selfie moment with the pillow entrepreneur — or to assure him that yes, they personally owned and...

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Stephen Miller’s New ‘Hairdo’ Is As Fake As The Man Himself

Like many of Donald Trump’s most loyal supporters, Stephen Miller has been criticised for spreading “fake news” to support the president’s policies. Now, he’s being mocked for “fake hair”, after appearing to make an attempt to cover his receding hairline during an interview on CBS’ Face the Nation. Miller was there to defend Trump’s border wall policy but social media users couldn’t help notice his surprising hair...

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Clown Trump Wants Saturday Night Live To Stop Making Fun Of Him

Donald Trump is upset about jokes mocking him on TV’s Saturday Night Live. Trump tweeted Sunday: “A REAL scandal is the one sided coverage, hour by hour, of networks like NBC & Democrat spin machines like Saturday Night Live. It is all nothing less than unfair news coverage and Dem commercials. Should be tested in courts, can’t be legal? Only defame & belittle! Collusion?” Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. That is just soooooo...

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Trump’s One Advantage Was A Strong Stock Market And Now He Has Lost That – Uh Oh

CNBC reports that mounting global growth fears rippled across Wall Street on Friday. The Dow dropped 497 points, or 2%, on Friday. The S&P 500 declined 1.9%, sinking to the lowest level since early April. The Nasdaq tumbled 2.3%. Markets were dinged by a batch of negative corporate and economic developments, especially weak growth numbers out of China and Europe. “Something is wrong here. There is this global slowdown. We can’t deny it,” said Michael Block, market strategist at Third Seven Advisors, a private wealth management firm. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), a popular defensive stock, plunged 10% on a...

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