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Furious Trump Slams “Secret” CIA Report Russia Helped Him Win

Posted by Maya @ 12:30 on December 10, 2016  

Overnight the media propaganda wars escalated after the late Friday release of an article by the Washington Post (which last week admitted to using unverified, or fake, news in an attempt to smear other so-called “fake news” sites) according to which a secret CIA assessment found that Russia sought to tip last month’s U.S. presidential election in Donald Trump’s favor, a conclusion presented without any actual evidence, and which drew an extraordinary, and angry rebuke from the president-elect’s camp.

“These are the same people that said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction,” Trump’s transition team said, launching a broadside against the spy agency.




Posted by Moggy @ 12:18 on December 10, 2016  

Are we talking Navy Beans here?  LOL.


Farmboy @ 10:09

Posted by Floridagold @ 12:08 on December 10, 2016  

Where are the Beans ?  Well,  how do I say this nicely?  Guess I just have to tell the truth – you wife asked me to not provide you with any beans !  Said something about you and cows having a problem with producing methane gas out of them.  With Al Gore working on a plan to heavily tax the  – uh – methane you and cows produce. she is concerned with the possible tax implications of your consumption of Beans!  So, that is the reason there are NO BEANS served with my coffee.   GO  NAVY !

Pretty impressive list so far. I agree, give the man a chance!!

Posted by silverngold @ 11:52 on December 10, 2016  


image: http://www.wnd.com/files/2016/12/trump-tower.jpg

Two new names are being added to the mix of President-elect Donald Trump’s possible nominees for secretary of state.

ExxonMobil Chairman Rex Tillerson, who met earlier this week with Trump, is now a candidate, according to FoxNews.com, citing a source close to the president-elect.

And former Ford CEO and top Boeing executive Alan Mulally is under consideration, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway said Friday in an interview with “Fox & Friends.”

Along with former Trump critic Gov. Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, Conway said Trump also is considering New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani; retired Gen. David Petraeus; Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn.; former U.N. ambassador John Bolton; and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif.

Later Friday, Giuliani withdrew his name from consideration and told Fox News host Neil Cavuto that Bolton would be his choice for secretary of state.

Bolton and Rohrabacher are being considered more for deputy secretary, according to a Fox News source.

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Tillerson’s diplomatic credentials apparently center on the fact that ExxonMobil is based in dozens of countries across six continents and has had business dealings in Russia, Yemen and other hot spots.

The 64-year-old Texas native was hired by Exxon in 1975 as an engineer and became president and director in 2004 and CEO two years later. He reportedly makes more than $40 million per year and owns more than $100 million of stock in his company, which has operations in more than 50 countries.

The Fox News source said Trump was impressed with Tillerson, and the two men likely will meet again soon.

image: http://www.wnd.com/files/2016/12/rex-tillerson.jpg


ExxonMobil Chairman Rex Tillerson

Conway told “Fox & Friends” that adherence to “the Trump doctrine” and a willingness to “execute on his vision” will factor into the final decision.

The source close to Trump said there are concerns that Romney’s March speech opposing Trump’s candidacy — calling him a “fraud” and a “phony” — would overshadow his diplomatic efforts abroad.

The Hill noted that with just over half of the Cabinet jobs filled, Trump so far chosen four major donors or fundraisers.

Obama’s first Cabinet had at least eight campaign donors, but the most any of them gave Obama was $9,000, according to Federal Election Commission records.

Trump’s other Cabinet choices so far are:

Attorney general: Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, a key member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and a former Alabama attorney general, was the first senator to endorse Trump, citing the candidate’s tough stance against illegal immigration.

Defense secretary: James Mattis, known to his loyal troops as “Mad Dog,” retired from the Marine Corps as a four-star general in 2013. He will need a congressional waiver because of the law requiring a seven-year gap between the military and service as secretary of defense.

Homeland Security secretary: John Kelly, a 40-year Marine Corps veteran, is the former head of U.S. Southern Command.

U.N. ambassador: Nikki Haley, the governor of South Carolina, was a critic of Trump during the primary but backed Trump after his nomination.

Treasury secretary: Steve Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive, was chairman of Trump’s campaign’s finance operation.

Housing and Urban Development secretary: Ben Carson, a highly respected neurosurgeon, ran against Trump in the primary campaign then became one of his top surrogates.

Environmental Protection Agency administrator: Scott Pruitt, Oklahoma’s attorney general, has sued the EPA and is known as a critic of the agency.

Education secretary: Betsy DeVos, a billionaire businesswoman and education activist from Michigan, has been a promoter of school choice and school vouchers. She insists, in response to critics, she is not a supporter of the federal Common Core curriculum.

Commerce secretary: Wilbur Ross is a billionaire investor who helped craft an infrastructure plan that could be implemented in the Trump administration.

Health and Human Services secretary: Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., is an orthopedic surgeon and a strong critic of Obamacare.

Labor secretary: Andy Puzder, a critic of government regulations, is CEO of CKE Restaurants, the owner of fast food restaurants Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s. Opponents of the selection point out he has pushed for amnesty for illegal immigrants.

Transportation secretary: Elaine Chao was labor secretary under former President George W. Bush and assistant secretary of transportation under President George H.W. Bush. She is the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.

Small Business Administration administrator: Linda McMahon was the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. She ran for the Senate in Connecticut in 2010 and 2012, and was a Trump fundraiser.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/12/trump-widens-field-of-candidates-for-secretary-of-state/#P1a2X5EoOYk4iMq6.99

Ipso – Concur

Posted by Buygold @ 11:35 on December 10, 2016  

I read that Prins article this morning. We really have no choice but to wait and see what he does. I don’t really have a problem with wealthy people being in his cabinet but I have a huuge problem with Goldman Sachs people taking the reigns of the country’s money. (again)

I say give him a chance. You are known by your deeds.

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:22 on December 10, 2016  

Trump’s Bait And Switch?

Submitted by Nomi Prins via TomDispatch.com,

Given his cabinet picks so far, it’s reasonable to assume that The Donald finds hanging out with anyone who isn’t a billionaire (or at least a multimillionaire) a drag. What would there be to talk about if you left the Machiavellian class and its exploits for the company of the sort of normal folk you can rouse at a rally? It’s been a month since the election and here’s what’s clear: crony capitalism, the kind that festers and grows when offered public support in its search for private profits, is the order of the day among Donald Trump’s cabinet picks. Forget his own “conflicts of interest.” Whatever financial, tax, and other policies his administration puts in place, most of his appointees are going to profit like mad from them and, in the end, Trump might not even wind up being the richest member of the crew.

Only a month has passed since November 8th, but it’s already clear (not that it wasn’t before) that Trump’s anti-establishment campaign rhetoric was the biggest scam of his career, one he pulled off perfectly. As president-elect and the country’s next CEO-in-chief, he’s now doing what many presidents have done: doling out power to like-minded friends and associates, loyalists, and — think John F. Kennedy, for instance — possibly family.

cont. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-12-09/trumps-bait-and-switch

Trump & The Prince

Posted by Farmboy @ 10:21 on December 10, 2016  

Heard one radio talk host saying not to be discouraged with Trump’s picks. That he felt Trump was probably following the outline in Machiavelli’s writings called ‘The Prince’. Which in one part strongly suggests to keep your loyal friends very close, but your enemies even closer.


Nemo, Now That Is a Meal Fit For A King !

Posted by Farmboy @ 10:13 on December 10, 2016  

Nothing would honor me more than to partake of such a grand meal with you as my culinary guide. Kinda makes my breakfast of a raisin bagel seem less than plenteous. 🙂 But we are grateful for what we have, especially our friends. Thanks for the invite to the feast. Enjoy !!

Good Morning Floridagold,

Posted by Farmboy @ 10:09 on December 10, 2016  

Thanks for the coffee, but where’s the beans ? 🙂

This is the real smoking gun. Seaman is a liberal former HuffPo writer. Pizzagate is the biggest story in US history

Posted by Buygold @ 9:24 on December 10, 2016  

If Trump and Sessions blow this open, we know they are the real deal. Make no mistake, the alphabet agencies know all about Pizzagate.

Posted by Floridagold @ 9:01 on December 10, 2016  


We’ll see if Congress votes against their self-interest

Posted by Buygold @ 8:52 on December 10, 2016  

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Morning Mr. Copper

Posted by Buygold @ 8:46 on December 10, 2016  

“He never said anything about globalization, United Nations, Bilderbergers or Agenda 21. Nothing about Gold Silver (and all metals) price suppression.”

Actually he did talk about globalization and globalists, and he did mention the UN and the US funding of it many times and how he wanted to stop funding the UN with the billions we give them. He did not mention the Bilderbergers or Agenda 21, but if he were to cut funding to the UN, by extension he would be eradicating Agenda 21.

I would not expect him to mention the gold and silver rig because less than 1% of the population even owns pm’s so it’s not an issue he would champion since most people wouldn’t know or care. His actions of picking Cohn, means the rig continues IMHO.

See his ad below regarding globalism, there are a lot of Bilderbergers in there too. What he actually does remains to be seen…

Equisetum @ 19:00

Posted by Maya @ 3:00 on December 10, 2016  

That is pretty neat!  But Nihoa is a long way in the wrong direction for me.  I just sent all my tonnage east to Hawaii island.

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