Trump humiliates media and its demonization of “Q” Community in Just Eight Words

Sheer brilliance:

The reporter asks Trump if he is associated with the Q community, which the reporter describes as people who believe and support Trump in his effort to “save the world from a satanic cult of pedophiles and cannibals.”

Trump responds, “Is that supposed to be a bad thing?”

Eight words. That’s all it took for him to make a complete mockery of the media’s attempts to demonize the Q community.

Body Language Analysis: Trump vs. Justin Trudeau

Recently the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came to Washington to visit President Trump in the White House. The two took questions from reporters in the Oval Office while sitting on side-by-side, and the contrast between the two heads of state could not have been clearer:


These pictures told us so much about these two men.

Trudeau: meek, closed-off, uncomfortable, looks submissive and deferential to Trump. Seems as if he wants to curl up into a ball and disappear. Trudeau has shifted his body to one side of the chair closest to Trump and appears to be seeking approval through from proximity to Trump. His positioning makes him look like an afterthought, an attache, a hanger-on.

Trump: open body language, assertive, comfortable, dominant posture, in control of the situation and clearly the center of attention.

With regards to the reporters in the room, they were questioning Trudeau, whereas Trump was taking their questions. There’s a critical distinction between the two.

This image tells you basically all you need to know about the two men. They may both be heads of state but clearly one commands more respect than the other.

Canadians have taken notice of the weakness shown by their “leader”:

Trudeau, of course, is a globalist puppet who only became Prime Minister because his of his father, so of course he’s meek and unassertive.

Trump is an unapologetic nationalist outsider who crashed the Establishment party and took his office by overcoming incredible adversity and opposition from powerful elites.

One man earned his power despite significant institutional and Establishment hostility, the other was installed because he had significant institutional and Establishment support.

Trump carries himself like a man who answers to no one but the American people, Trudeau carries himself like a figurehead.

Nancy Pelosi Tries to Delay the State of the Union Address to Silence Trump; Trump Responds by Canceling Pelosi’s Overseas Trip

Boy, I’m sure glad Democrats retook the House so they could Restore Civility and Dignity to Washington and prevent Orange Man from destroying our Institutions:

“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi renewed her call Thursday to delay the State of the Union address, saying the date is not “sacred” and President Trump should wait to deliver his message to the nation until the partial government shutdown ends.”

There are two reasons behind this:

  1. Nancy is trying to use the SOTU as a bargaining chip to force Trump to reopen the government without funding the wall, which is what the Democrats have wanted all along. “Reopen the government without wall funding and I’ll let you deliver the State of the Union.”
  2. Above all, Pelosi does not want Trump to be able to deliver a nationally televised address in which he can make the case for a border wall. The Democrats have no good answer for why we can’t have a border wall because their motives on immigration are totally malevolent. They would prefer to not debate at all. No which lie they trot out for why the oppose the wall–“It’s Immoral” or “It won’t work” or “We already have a secure border–they can never publicly say the real reason: “We want to demographically transform this country by importing foreigners who will vote almost exclusively for us, and to secure cheap labor for our big business allies.”

Pelosi, of course, trotted out a bunch of bullshit to pretend she’s not simply trying to deny Trump a platform to speak:

In her letter to the president, Pelosi cited security concerns and the need for proper protection at events such as the State of the Union to ensure the “continuation of government.”

But senior Homeland Security officials fired back, saying that despite the fact that their personnel have not been paid, they have been preparing for months for the State of the Union event.

“We are ready,” one official told Fox News Wednesday. “Despite the fact members of the Secret Service are not being paid, the protective mission has not changed.”

Security will be just fine. Capitol Hill is right down the street from the White House; it’s not far at all.

I was listening to Dan Bongino’s podcast yesterday (highly recommended by the way, he’s the man) and Bongino, who is ex-Secret Service, said there is not one iota of truth to Pelosi’s claims. The Secret Service is more than capable of handling security for the State of the Union, with or without a government shutdown.

After all, Trump has been just fine the past 27 days despite the shutdown.

Rand Paul, however, has a suggestion: just hold the SOTU in the Senate chamber if Pelosi won’t allow it in the House chamber.

If, as Pelosi says, the date of the SOTU is “not sacred,” then neither is the venue, no?

The Senate chamber is smaller than the House chamber (100 Senators vs. 435 Representatives) but it would look largely the same to a television audience. Trump certainly has this option on the table.

But because we have a fighter in the White House, President Trump didn’t just try to make do with the hand Pelsoi dealt him.

He went on the offensive: using Pelsoi’s own logic that with the government shut down it’s far too dangerous for high-ranking government officials to travel, Trump sent the following letter:

“Dear Madame Speaker:

Due to the Shutdown, I am sorry to inform you that your trip to Brussels, Egypt and Afghanistan has been postponed. We will reschedule this seven-day excursion when the Shutdown is over. In light of the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay, I am sure you would agree that postponing this public relations event is totally appropriate. I also feel that, during this period, it would be better if you were in Washington negotiating with me and joining the Strong Border Security movement to end the Shutdown. Obviously, if you would like to make your journey by flying commercial, that would certainly be your prerogative.”

Isn’t it awesome to finally have a Republican who’s not a whimpering pussy?

Rush was loving it:


I can’t wait for all the Principled Conservatives to erupt in anger at Trump’s move while mostly ignoring Pelosi’s.

Never forget that the only actual “principle” they have is a visceral, personal hatred of the President. That’s it.

Speaking of which, Ben Shapiro, predictably opposes Trump’s move, because why actually fight back when #Facts and #Logic will suffice?

Because pointing out that leftists are lying totally works!

Ace of Spades:

“The cucks always support some alternate plan that is not actually on the table, and are always against the plan that is on the table.

Hey Ben, why don’t you challenge her to a debate? That always works. You always bring home massive W’s when you challenge people to debates on Twitter.”

This is why, ultimately, Ben Shapiro is not on our side.

More Ace:

“I can’t wait to hear the wailing from the cucks. The screeching that by treating Nancy Pelosi to the exact same level of contempt she’s shown to him he has “violated sacred norms” that require “men” to behave like sissies.”

And of course the lying propagandists of the Ministry of Truth have gone into full lying propagandist mode. Fake Jake Tapper of CNN insinuated that Trump is basically trying to get Nancy Pelsoi killed:

Hey, Fake Jake: suck one. You are the Enemy of the People.

As I was saying the other day, Trump’s instincts are almost always correct, and his instincts are spot-on here: shove it right back in the Democrats’ faces.

Keep the pressure on them: don’t stop until we get a wall.

How to Handle Accusations of Racism 101

The master himself:

Nobody has better instincts than Trump.

And that’s what this is: instinct.

He wasn’t prepared for this question, he just goes by his initial instinct, and somehow he almost always happens to be right.

It’s uncanny, really.