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      1. You sure are focused on O’Reilly, he lost his job you know. He paid the price. Is there anything else you like him to give you, other than his blood? Even criminals can’t be tried twice for the same crime. It’s the law, at least it was.

        Wait to you see what’s up next with the Uranium One Deal, if it’s even half of what they say it is, even Obama might get a starring role that’s long overdue.

        As we’ve clearly seen, once things start cascading, everything just follows right along. I imagine that also includes ‘corruption’ as far as the eye can see in DC. Changing our politics and both parties forever. And just think, Trump would be all part of the catalyst for it – He won. That wasn’t suppose to happen.

        The swamp is a wondrous place, and may just be on the verge of being destroyed, or at the minimum, being ‘held accountable with the truth of their actions’ bad for them, good for the Country.

        Just one more thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving Day…

  1. Another, he’s a pig, but he’s our pig. Americans we’re right in overlooking it by a public that was level headed in their addressing of it. Another women comes to the rescue of Bill Clinton.

    Slowly, but surely, the Democrats are coming back to being in lockstep with each other. Too much, too fast, just caught them off guard. Good to see things are getting back to normal again, right?

  2. Out of the frying pan, into the fire. More than likely a lot of truth here:

    The Mugabes have lost. Mnangagwa has won.

    So who is Mnangagwa?

    He was involved in Mugabe’s Zimbabwe rebellion from the time he was a teenager. He rose through the rebellion as Mugabe’s bodyguard and then through the Zimbabwe regime as his intelligence chief and enforcer. He received his training in the dark arts of political repression in China in the era of Mao. His nickname is “the Crocodile.”

    Once Mugabe took over Zimbabwe, Mnangagwa orchestrated a campaign known as Gukurahundi, which involved the massacre of tens of thousands of members of the Ndebele ethnic group, in order to destroy the power base of Mugabe’s main rival, Joshua Nkomo, a Ndebele (Mugabe and Mnangagwa are Shona). The massacres, which lasted for several years, were carried out by Zimbabwe’s North Korea-trained Fifth Brigade, notorious for its brutality, and overseen by Mnangagwa as head of the country’s spy and domestic enforcement apparatus. (Mnangagwa denies this, something absolutely nobody believes.) During Gukurahundi, victims were reportedly made to dance over the corpses of their loved ones while singing songs of praise to the government.

    Not to put too fine a point on it, but Mnangagwa is a monster…

    Sounds like he earned the nickname of ‘the crocodile’

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