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  1. Democratic Representative Henry Cuellar, who represents Texas' 28th district, which covers an area from the Rio Grande to the suburbs of San Antonio, has admitted that the Obama administration tried to keep the child migrant crisis quiet. "It was kept very quiet under the Obama Administration. There were large numbers of people coming in. The Obama Administration was trying to keep this quiet." Cuellar told CNN's Fredericka Whitfield. Also from Cuellar: "We still see the numbers, not all of them are being separated. Some of them are coming alone." Also this: "Keep in mind that under the law, you can separate a child if that person, the adult, is not the real parent or the custodian because sometimes we see situations where they'll bring a child because they know of the policy that we have over here with children." In fiscal year 2013, under the Barack Obama administration, the HHS Office of Refugee Resettlement had as many as 25,000 unaccompanied children in its care across 80 shelters. The number represented a huge jump from 2011, when the ORR had just 53 shelters housing 6560 kids. Now a look at 2018... The Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families spokesperson Kenneth Wolfe told Newsweek that it had as many as 10,852 undocumented children in its custody. Imagine that. A Democrat admitted that it was way worse under Obama but there was no outrage because they tried to keep it quiet. Now Trump is the POTUS and the Democrats are throwing anything and everything at him. They're desperate to gain any edge in the 2018 elections. Eat shit, libbies.
  2. Holy shit, buddy, do you think we should be doing this and should we stop or are you just interested in deflecting blame from Trump? We'll address the second half of that question later, the first part seems a bit more important. My question is, where was all the outrage when all of this was happening during Obama's time? Thousands more kids were separated under him than under Trump. Obama just kept it quiet, THEN the libtards blow the whistle on Trump with a 2014 picture of kids in a cage. The irony....
  3. There has been a lot of outrage directed at Trump over this policy of separating children from their illegal immigrant parents. All over a policy signed into law in 1996 by BILL CLINTON, a DEMOC-RAT. Oh and that pic of the kids being caged? That is from 2014, when Obama was POTUS. Man, the liberal bias in here is so bad, it's pathetic.
  4. Here's what I think of Russiagate so far... Clinton believes she's gonna win. FBI, CIA, DOJ all believe it too, but they'll collude to make sure she does just in case. Trump wins anyway. All anti-Trumpers are outraged. THEN the scheming starts, to blame Trump and the Russians for rigging the election, and start railroading people. In the end, karma is going to win, and Trump wins re-election in 2020 in a landslide. The End.
  5. That was said tongue in cheek. Of course, in North Korea, if you don't sit up at attention, you get strapped to an anti-aircraft gun and get blown to smithereens, or attacked by a pack of dogs. If you think Trump is going to threaten anything similar, I'm gonna laugh.
  6. I don't think that word means what you think it means. The WH is looking for a replacement for Sarah. Maybe Marc? She isn't going anywhere. Fake news. And she hilariously belittled Jim Acosta at the press conference over that. Best Press Secretary I've seen at handling dumb ass questions from the press.
  7. Come on dude. MSM is pretty much against anything Trump does. They're following an anti-Trump agenda. Hardly any of them ever report the news fairly. CNN is a dumpster fire. Acosta was a fucking idiot at the Singapore summit, yep caught with a hot mike muttering expletives, after screeching a question at Trump and KJU but not getting an answer.
  8. Triggered? Is that what you call it when you resort to vulgarity and people answer back? At least you are slightly more clever than Marc. Even though you both keep claiming how "hilarious" you feel we are as you express your anger. Remember the Cuban missile crisis? The "libtard" JFK handled that without starting a war. I'm doubting Trump could. Remember when the libtards said Trump was gonna lead us to WWIII or a nuclear war last year? Even as early as this January and February? Doesn't look like its gonna happen now.
  9. Liberalism and Trump Derangement Syndrome are mental diseases. Get help!
  10. Y'all are triggered. Funny. I don't remember any criticism from liberals when Obama met with another murderous brutal dictator from Cuba who also oversaw a police state and killed/jailed his opponents. Fucking libtard double standard. It's hilarious.
  11. China suggests sanctions relief for North Korea after Trump-Kim summit Donald Trump says US to stop 'war games' with South Korea Singapore’s Trump-Kim summit: North Korea wins first round 3-2 Kim has conceded nothing. trump gave the game away. Spin it however you like. I don't care. Trump isn't going to give anything up for nothing. He's a businessman, not a limp dick politician like Obama.
  12. LOL... typical liberalistic spin. Tell me, would you be saying the same exact thing if it was Hillary Clinton in Trump's place, doing exactly the same things? I do not think so. Trump derangement syndrome is a real thing. Look, this is just the first summit between the two. I'm sure there will be others, but this was the ice-breaker and a hope of putting the past behind. Kim Jong Un wanted this badly. If you were the leader of a country looked down upon for 70 years by the eminent superpower of the world, how annoyed would you be, when you wanted to be recognized and not getting it? History shows it, with all the bombastic, uppity behavior and saber rattling. Maybe, just maybe, our past methods of regarding them as the scum of the earth that's not to be trusted ever, wasn't ever going to lead to anything positive. Now, I'm not saying any new deal we make with Kim Jong Un and his regime is going to change anything, when we know that all deals in the past were flushed down the toilet by the regime. Maybe, just maybe, with Trump meeting Kim Jong Un face to face, we can see a change in the dynamics between the two countries for the better. Move ahead cautiously with sanctions still in place and see what happens in the future. As far as I'm concerned, KJU is still a fat murderous shitbag leader of a country with an abhorrent human rights record, but I'd like to see the tension in the region cut down and see if we can't all get along somehow. Will KJU give up his nukes? Good question. I'm going to lean towards no. Not all of them. But if the new relations moving forward stops him from threatening the US and its allies, then that's a step forward in the right direction.
  13. This is starting to get interesting.
  14. What's up with that? Wasn't there any other viable candidates? Should be fun to watch nonetheless.