Friday, January 12, 2018

Do you honestly 
if President Trump referred 
to certain areas 
of the world 

If so why?

He didn't do it in an official public speech. IF he said it at all, it was in the confines of supposedly PRIVATE meeting.

People say things to their friends and family ALL THE TIME that they would NEVER say in an official Public Statement.

Why do YOU think this has caused 
such a furor? 

Do you think the 
is justified? 


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prig is a believer in red tape; that is, he exalts the method above the work done. A prig, like the Pharisee, says: "God, I thank thee that I am not as other men are"—except that he often substitutes Self for God. A prig is one who works out his paltry accounts to the last farthing, while his millionaire neighbour lets accounts take care of themselves. A prig expects others to square themselves to his very inadequate measuring rod, and condemns them with confidence if they do not. A prig is wise beyond his years in all things that do not matter. A prig cracks nuts with a steamhammer: that is, calls in the first principles of morality to decide whether he may, or must, do something of as little importance as drinking a glass of beer. On the whole, one may, perhaps, say that all his different characteristics come from the combination, in varying proportions, of three things—the desire to do his duty, the belief that he knows better than other people, and blindness to the difference in value between different things.

~ H.W. Fowler - Modern English Usage

Many thanks to FJ for the above from FT.


  1. Replies
    1. Michel Duplessis-Boulanger said

      Trump Has His Enemies
      Dancing to His Tune with
      ‘Shithole Counties’ Comments

      American Thinker,

      by Thomas Lifson

      Do I really have to explain President Trump’s strategy in reportedly using a vulgar expression to describe countries from which he believes the United States is taking far too many immigrants? (snip)

      Trump has forced everyone whom he outraged to repeat the words he wants to sink in with the public. The entire chattering class is now repeating that Haiti and some African countries, El Salvador and other TPS abusers (changing a visa explicitly labeled “temporary” into a permanent one) are shitholes.

      The best example comes from Trump’s sworn enemy Jim Acosta, who repeated the vulgarism in its +++++

    2. What's in a name? A PILE of SHIT by any other name would siill stink to highest heaven, would it not? So why not be frank and avoid stupid euphemisms which smack of hypocrisy and pretentious Bourgeois effeminacy?

      CALL a SPADE a SPADE for God's sake, and let the Devil take the hindmost.

      TO WIT:

      Showers of SHIT inundate every aspect and facet of life in these United States

      Shit is here. Shit is there
      Shit is lurking everywhere.
      Thiough the smell comes from hell.
      You must think it sweet and swell.
      Loving every thing that's bad
      Should not feel sad. You must be glad.
      If its vile, it has great style.
      Hold your water; hold your bile.
      Worship of what's gross, obscene
      Should make you feel content –– serene.
      That's the world we all have made
      Enjoy it while you're getting laid.
      Enjoy it morning noon and night
      That's your privilege and your right.

      ~ Thomas Aquinas Rabelais

    3. Lifson's theory reminds me of a similar theory by Scott Adams:

      In addition to "throwing out a lot of chum" into the news cycle, which Adams says the president does quite well, his tweet makes you "think past the sale of genius by saying he's a very stable one."

      "In my opinion -- as an expert in this narrow field of writing short, effective sentences -- this, my friends, is genius," he declared. "What you're seeing is absolutely genius."

      Both are viable theories, but I've already made it clear I love the substance but hate the vulgar, childish style of our "Stable Genuis Shithole" President.


    4. Professor Wagmore Barkless said


      A prig is a believer in red tape; that is, he exalts the method above the work done. A prig, like the Pharisee, says: "God, I thank thee that I am not as other men are"—except that he often substitutes Self for God.

      A prig is one who works out his paltry accounts to the last farthing, while his millionaire neighbour lets accounts take care of themselves.

      A prig expects others to square themselves to his very inadequate measuring rod, and condemns them with confidence if they do not.

      A prig is wise beyond his years in all things that do not matter.

      A prig cracks nuts with a steamhammer: that is, calls in the first principles of morality to decide whether he may, or must, do something of as little importance as drinking a glass of beer.

      On the whole, one may, perhaps, say that all his different characteristics come from the combination, in varying proportions, of three things:

      !. the desire to do his duty,

      2. the belief that he knows better than other people,

      3. blindness to the difference in value between different things.

      ~ H.W. Fowler - Modern English Usage (lightky emended by S. Freund

      I would add that such individuals often find themselves "strainng out gnats, while swallowing camels."

    5. N.M.E. Unserunteralles said

      Here’s how foreign media
      translated Trump’s ‘shithhole’ remark

      Associated Press, by Staff

      Nairobi, Kenya - President Donald Trump’s vulgar insult of Africa was a puzzle for many foreign media organizations, which didn’t have a ready translation of his epithet for their readers or listeners. Their answers ranged from “dirty” to, well, dirtier. While meeting with senators on immigration, Trump had questioned why the U.S. would accept more immigrants from Haiti and “s***hole countries” in Africa, according to one participant (Snip) Japan’s wire service Kyodo News chose “kusottare,” which literally means “dripping with excrement.” The country’s no-nonsense national broadcaster NHK settled for “filthy,” . . .


      Unless and until a gthoroughly vetter and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the presdent using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

    6. Scott Adams is the brilliant Dilbert cartoonist.


      Sounds like a right kind of guy to me! };^)>

      The Demolition President

      Posted December 28, 2017 in: #Trump

      President Trump has delivered on a number of promises for his base. But there was an impressive amount of breakage along the way. You might say he President Trump did as much demolition as he did construction. The press is doing a good job of telling us what he accomplished in 2017. But they keep leaving out all the stuff he broke that probably needed to be broken.

      I’ll fix that for you here.

      GOP – Trump broke the GOP and reconstructed it along his terms, successfully it seems.

      DNC – The DNC has no charismatic leader, no game plan, and little money.

      Clinton Dynasty – Done

      Bush Dynasty – Done

      Mainstream Media – The public learned that news coverage is based on bias as much as fact.

      NFL – Ratings down, attendance down.

      If President Trump were a large piece of construction equipment, which one would he be?

      FBI (leadership) – The FBI as a whole is still highly credible, but the leadership is not.

      Pundits – Nearly all the pundits were wrong about Trump’s nomination, election, and successful (by Republican standards) first year.

      Government Regulations – For good or bad, we have fewer regulations now.

      Hollywood – Big stars are alienating 40% of their potential audience whenever they take time off from groping.

      North Korea – They used to have a pathetic but functioning economy. That situation is changing rapidly.

      ISIS – Remember ISIS? They used to be a big deal.

      TPP – Pulled out

      Paris Climate Accord – Pulled out

      Reality – I told you in 2015 that candidate Trump would change more than politics. I told you he would change the way we saw reality. Do you remember when you thought the news reported facts and that human beings used those facts to make reasoned decisions?

      You probably don’t think that anymore, do you?

      I’m probably leaving out some stuff that got broken. It’s been a busy year.

    8. Tidya Rupper said

      Buy isn't Scott Brown ore of a blog columnist than a cartoonist? I cpu;dn't find any cartoons on his Di;bert blog.

  2. I hesitated even responding because it is clear, certainly to me, that the people of this nation are becoming more polarized, almost with each passing day.

    Eaqually evident is that people who support Trump seem to do so regardless of his words or actions, and, people who don't are equally as adamant in their position.

    Now, in answer to your questions. Yes and Yes.

    He is the president, he represents America to the world. Not is the characterisation unprofessional, it is undignified and below the Office of the President.

    It is justified IMNHO because I have heard from Trump's mouth in his own words, and observed actions by him that justifies "the stink" from the legitimate media.

    All I will add is this, in no way will this help or enhance Trump's character and stature in the eyes of thoughtful people. Time will tell.

    1. Emil Post said

      PRIG (Merriam-Webster online)

      A person who offends or irritates by observance of proprieties (as of speech or manners) in a pointed manner or to an obnoxious degree

      PRIG (Collins Dictionary online)

      1. A person who is annoyingly smug in his or her moral behavior, attitudes,

      2. A person who is annoyingly fastidious about rules, small details, etc.

      PRIG (Oxdord Living Dictiinary inlines)

      A self-righteously moralistic person who behaves as if they are superior to others.

      PRIG (Urban Dictionary online)

      1. A person who demonstrates an exaggerated conformity or propriety, especially in an irritatingly arrogant or smug manner.

      2. A person [generally] regarded as arrogant and annoying [with a high exaggerated sense of self-importance]


      A pompous jerk

      A chronic pain-in-the-ass

      A prick

      A busybody

      A fool who rushes in where the angels fear to tread

    2. Tigh Raydar said

      Limbaugh: Reaction to Trump ‘Shithole’ Remarks
      ‘Faux Rage,’ ‘Made Up’ for Cameras, Microphones

      Breitbart Video

      by Jeff Poor

      Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh dismissed the reaction to the remarks reportedly made by President Donald Trump deeming some nations to be “shithole countries” during a meeting with a bipartisan group of congressional leaders on immigration policy.Limbaugh called it “faux rage” and said much of it was an act for the cameras and microphone. “All I can tell you is I have been there,” Limbaugh said. “I have been in the midst of these kinds of firestorms, folks. And I can tell you this is all faux rage. It is faux anger. It is ...

    3. I see you're on comment moderation... and that makes for poor communication, but I sympathize with and support your decision to do so. No one likes slogging through a public toilet...

      Any, yes Les can be a pompous, puffed up prig, but there is something to be said for manners, graciousness, dignity and respect for the office you hold, especially if that office is the President of the United States, but we're all wasting our breath because the Bombastic Boor of Shitholestan will never change.

    4. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

    5. Laustin Lovliness said

      "SHITHOLE´ Projected Onto Trump Hotel

      The Hill, by Jacqueline Thomsen

      The word “shithole” was projected onto President Trump’s D.C. hotel Saturday. Video shows the word, along with the poop emoji, being projected onto the property.

      “Pay Trump bribes here,” “emoluments welcome” and “we are all responsible to stand up and end white supremacy” were also projected onto the building.

      Trump has faced intense backlash for calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations “shithole countries” during an Oval Office meeting on immigration this week.

      “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Trump reportedly said, before suggesting that the U.S. bring in more immigrants from countries like - - -

  3. Notice how the leftwingnut have an ingrained notion just how a president (in their eyes) must act. They just cannot grasp the fact that DJT is a completely different animal. I'd dear say if you polled the folks in flyover America the vast majority of them would soundly agree that Haiti and Somolia were indeed shitholes. I chuckle at the leftwingnutz, CNN and MSLSD when they get indignant at Trump

    1. Adam Schitt said

      Shithole of Fake News: Media Hides Fact
      Trump Wants to Increase Immigration
      from ‘Asian Countries’

      Breitbart Big Government, by John Nolte

      In the third paragraph of the Washington Post story that broke President Trump’s alleged comments about certain “shithole” countries, we learn that the president said “he would be open to more immigrants from Asian countries because he felt they help the United States economically.”“Asian countries.” “Asian.” It is quite a thing to unplug as I did last night (I am binging on Miami Vice:The Complete Series — which is awesome), only to wake up to yet another *yawn* shitstorm of fake news, know instinctually that it is all fake news, spend all of about three minutes tracking down the truth, and - - - - - -

    2. Jacques Strappe said

      Adam SCHITT?

      Oh God, I love it! You put me in stitches with that one.

  4. Yes, I effing care because I am effing fed up with President Trump's vulgar, bombastic childish outbursts, happening now daily.

    President Trump will move on one day, but the United States will endure, Good Lord willing.

    The only thing crazier than President Shithole is the batshit crazy Infotainment Media Complex. The entire nation is going batshit, hooting loonies shouting each other down, jabbing and trolling one another, and I am F*CKING SICK OF IT!


    The economy may improve and provide some of us a modicum of comfort, but the government is a zombie cyclops government impervious to elections and the will of the people.

    The Untied State of Amreeka is just a continent with various warring tribes squatting on it and grabbing all they can.

    1. Der Lehrer: Sigmund Freund said

      A close study of the following link might benefit you as much or more as it would benefit all who hold strong opinions:

      We can assure you with supreme confidence that the piece, though decidedly didactic in nature, is as witty, warm-hearted and good-humored as it is wise.

      Received with a mdest, gracious, openhearted sense of curiosity this article might prove to be of immense value in the constant struggle it takes to master the fine art of How to Win Friends and Influence People.

    2. George A. Thompson said

      "I Didn´t Say ´SHITHOLE´ but I Did Use Tough
      Language," says Trump as He Tries to Clean Up Fallout
      from Oval Office Rant, and Shifts to Attacking Immigration*

      Daily Mail [UK], by Geoff Earle

      President Donald Trump denied making a widely condemned comment railing against accepting immigrants from ´shithole countries,´ even as he admitted to using ´tough´ language in an Oval Office meeting with lawmakers. ´The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used,´ Trump wrote, using unusually passive language in an effort to walk back the comment. ´What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!´ Trump tweeted Friday. The tweet came hours after a bombshell report about Trump´s comments, which the White House did not immediately deny. ...

    3. Did you know that President Lyndon Baines Johnson frequently conducted important policy making meeting with cabinet members and other high-leve officials wit his pants dow arund his ankles WHILE he was SITTING on the TOILET TAKING a SHIT?

    4. FreeThinke,

      I thank God our friendship can survive such insults as you proffering the 'prig' link to me for "close study."

    5. It wasn't I, it was Der Kehrer Sigmund Freund, but I have to say his thoughts are well worth considering, –– providing one doesn't take them PERSONALLY.

      MOST things are vastly more important than our personal feelings.

      As you should be able to see,if you read the entire thread, the vast majority who posted on this tedious, absurdly overblown subject are far more in sympathy with our president than with his tormentors –– as am I.

      If you think for a moment of the way you and I talk in private correspondence and on the phone as opposed to the way we try to communicate in more formal PUBLIC commentary, you should be able to see that it is not Mr. TRUMP who is at fault in this inane kerfuffle, but rather the ignoble, sons-of-a-bitches who TATTLED to te ENEMEDIA –– and apparently LIED with the primary object of trying to DAMAGE Mr Trump –– who deserves our wrath and abiding unyielding CONTEMPT.

      The TRUTH when clearly stated should NEVER be taken as an INSULT.

      My loathung for Political Correctness far exceeds any other consideration when it comes to matters of governance and public policy.

      The ENEMEDIA_generated campaign to OVERTURN the RESULTS of an ELECTION by any means fair or foul is FAR worse than any CONCEIVABLE use of vulgarity under ANY circumstances.

      and situations when nothing but THE frankest, most direct –– and most UNMISTAKABLE –– definition should apply.

      I love aristocratic refinement, decorous behavior and true nobility. So much so that I have spent ha;f my life pining for the lost days when the then-unwritten rules of Etiquette, Good Taste, Graciousness, Elegance and Refined Dcorum were de rigeur. However, I am old enough t have learned how to spot the dfference between GOOD MANNERS and blatant, manipulative, flint-hearted HYPOCRISY.

      It pains me considerably to be forced to see in myriad ways every day that few-if-any members of younger generations (and far too few emembers of my own these days) have even the faintest grasp of the meaning in what I've just said –– and what I try to communicate virtually every day both here and abroad.

      I willingly ADMIT that I MAY BE A DINOSAUR, but stoutly maintain that THAT DOES NOT MEAN THAT I AM NOT CORRECT in my analyses of what is and what ain't. ];^}>

    6. Pomposity at its fines

      Unwavering Consistency at its Unflinching best.

      What you is what you get.

      Bravo FreeThinke!

    7. "...but stoutly maintain that THAT DOES NOT MEAN THAT I AM NOT CORRECT"

      Ah, but my friend, I never said you were wrong. It's a discussion, not a cage match where someone tries to de-pants and embarrass the other.

      We are in the realm of opinion: "Should President Trump have expressed himself like that?" What are the merits and demerits of such a communication style?

      Those are questions that ask for opinions; they are not math problems that can be proven or disproved. Therefore, it doesn't have to end in a berating beat-down where someone childishly insists they are right and all the stupid wrong people need to be lectured.

  5. Why has it caused such a furor? Because President Trump will kick in the Democrats' fat asses on the immigration deal.

    If saving the DACA people falls through, he loses nothing and the Democrats lose everything.

    1. C. O. Jones said

      Tucker Carlson: ‘Trump Said Something That Almost
      Every Person in America Actually Agrees With’

      CNS News, by Susan Jones

      As President Trump´s many critics melt down over his use of the word "shithole" to describe Haiti and some African countries, not everyone is distracted by the president´s poor word choice.

      While some CNN correspondents were quick to call Trump a racist, some Fox News personalities were more willing to consider the truth behind the president´s controversial statement.

      “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” the Washington Post quoted the president as saying Thursday during a White House meeting on immigration reform. The president reportedly asked why the United States doesn´t take more people from places kuje Norway ***

    2. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

  6. Durbin is a liar.

    Regardless, the dems are in frantic to come up with something anything to damage Trump. Pathetic really. I'd be pissed if I were a democrat and my party spent all their time on this idiotic nonsense.

    1. Giulio Montebianco Capodiregime said

      Biden Reacts To Sh**hole
      Comment: ‘We’re Better Than This’

      Daily Caller, by Robert Donachie

      Former Vice President Joe Biden condemned President Donald Trump for using derogatory language to describe African nations, saying that America should expect better from their president and that “we are better than this.” “It’s not how a president should speak. It’s not how a president should behave. Most of all, it’s not what a president should believe. We’re better than this.” Biden tweeted Friday. It’s not how a president should speak. It’s not how a president should behave. Most of all, it’s not what a president should believe. We’re better than this. — Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) January 12, 2018 The Washington Post reported - - -

    2. Vice President Joe BidenJanuary 14, 2018 at 11:20 AM

      Hey, Trump saying that was a Big Fucking Deal.

    3. Yes, Joe. We knew you'd think that way. An embrace of the Double Standard is so typical of your kind.


  7. The Town Crier said

    Durbin Says Graham Confronted
    Trump on ´Shithole´ Comments with
    ´Extraordinary Political Courage

    PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson

    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) confirmed that he said his "piece" to President Trump in an Oval Office meeting Thursday at which the commander in chief allegedly derided immigrants from "shithole" countries. Graham, who was one of a handful of senators inside the meeting to discuss immigration reform, issued a statement that touched on his version of what unfolded as another lawmaker in the room, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), told MSNBC that Graham confronted Trump on his remarks. The Washington Post reported that Trump made the comment during an Oval Office meeting with immigration negotiators including Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and ...

  8. The Town Crier said

    My Oval Office showdown with Trump,
    by Republican senator: Lindsey Graham says
    he challenged Trump ´directly´ on ´s***hole´
    slur - which others GOPers claim they
    never heard

    Daily Mail (UK), by Goeff Earle

    Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said Friday he spoke ´directly´ to President Trump inside the Oval Office after he reportedly used a crude slur to describe to ´s***hole countries´ from Africa. Graham said he pushed back at the president – an account that was backed up by Illinois Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois – after Trump reportedly made the comment at an Oval Office meeting, where he was also is claimed to have said disparaging things about Haitian immigrants. ´Following comments by the President, I said my piece directly to him yesterday,´ Graham said in a statement. ...

  9. Terrence Tattler said

    Of Trump, Holes, and Our Real Immigration Scandals

    National Review Online,

    by Jeremy Carl

    Once again Donald Trump has inartfully stumbled on a truth—and our thoroughly corrupt media, race-baiting Democrats, and too many amnesty-loving GOP politicians couldn’t be angrier. Of course, it would be best if the president didn’t denigrate other countries, even in a semi-private setting. And of course, his language was crude. And yes, of course, America gets a lot of wonderful immigrants from all around the globe, and we should always point that out. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t profound geography-related differences in how successful our immigrants are. The UN Human Development Index, the most widely accepted metric for how ...

  10. Trump damages himself. There is such a thing as personal responsibility, something foreign to some, including Trump.

    Trump would be better served, as would the nation, if he llearned and practed common decency and understood the value of respecting others. And, learned when to keep is lips zipped and his Twitter fingers in check.

    But he won't because he can't. He has the national and world stage on which to perform his act. If only he were a bit more like Ronald Reagan.

    1. F. Emerson Frostdick said

      Your incessant barrages of blind bigotry and pompous presumption based on the shallowest possible evaluation of the significance of world history and current events are even more boring than they are infuriating.

      It pains those of us in the know to see you embarrass yourself with such predictable regularity.

      That you seem oblivious to this regrettable phenomenon makes it all the more poignant and painful to observe.

    2. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

  11. Punchinder Noaze said

    Trump was right...literally

    American Thinker,

    by Michael Filozof

    When President Trump asked why the U.S. should accept immigrants from third-world nations he allegedly characterized as "s-holes," liberals (and some neo-conservatives) howled with outrage, branding the president a bigot and a racist. But...was Mr. Trump right? Perhaps far more than his opponents would like to admit. Don´t take my word for it – take the word of the liberal, globalist United Nations, which celebrated its annual "World Toilet Day" and named its "Toilet Heroes" last November 19.Here are a few interesting statistics, straight from the U.N.:- Around 60% of the global population – 4.5 billion people – have either no ...

  12. Bellabelinde Blabbermund-Lautundstarke said

    Chuck Todd: Trump thinks ´White Europeans
    are Good and Brown Immigrants are Bad´

    The Hill [Washington, DC],

    by Julia Manchester

    "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd said on Friday that President Trump believes white Europeans are better than brown immigrants. The comment follows the president´s reported remarks referring to Haiti and African countries as "sh**hole countries." "Folks, you can debate all you want about the president’s recent language, but you cannot debate what it seemingly reveals about his core beliefs — that white Europeans are good and brown immigrants are bad," Todd said on "MTP Daily" on NBC. The president has faced fierce backlash in the media and from many members of both political parties for the remarks, which were . . .

  13. Dawn Surleigh Leit said

    If Haiti Weren’t A ‘Shithole,’ Its Citizens
    Wouldn’t Need Refugee Status In The U.S.

    The Federalist,

    by Ben Domenech

    President Trump derides protections for immigrants from ‘shithole’ countries. (Snip) Let’s be clear about one thing here: Haiti is a shithole. I’ve been there twice. It has a cholera epidemic thanks to the United Nations and a burgeoning child sex trafficking problem thanks to the predilections of evil people. It is really a hellish place. But the whole point of the temporary status welcoming immigrants from these countries is based on their being real shitholes –– places so dangerous and dreadful that we won’t send refugees from them back to the countries because they’ll probably die, or worse. That’s the . . .

    1. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

  14. Drusilla von Eisenstein said

    Proof they are Sh*thole Countries, by Don Surber

    Citing two people who were not at the meeting, the Washington Post reported that President Trump decried immigration from s***hole countries.

    The Fake News press reported this as gospel last night.

    This morning the president denied calling them s***hole countries. But this does not mean they are not s***hole countries.

    Many countries have open defecation.

    Chief among them are India, where 48% of the people defecate in the open. From the Research Institute for Compassionate Economics:

    The good news, as many of you are probably aware, is that open defecation is on its way out in most of the world. About 14% of . . .

  15. Nanook Nodagook of the North said

    Trump’s Really Done It Now!

    Power Line, by Steven Hayward

    Trump has really done it now. He’s spoken candidly again, referring to several nations as “shithole” countries, according to media accounts.

    CNN is having a complete meltdown. Of course, if all of these countries are so wonderful, why is there such an outcry against sending aliens from those countries back home?

    Meanwhile, we know that Trump’s approval ratings are miserable. He’s lost ground among just about every demographic group, except. . . Wait, what? Who??!! No, this can’t be right.

    "From Ron Brownstein’s article in The Atlantic today: "Among African Americans and Hispanics, reactions to Trump depend more on gender than age" . . .

    1. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.





    Threatens to record future Oval Office meetings...

    Vulgar? Some in Africa agree...


    LEMON: 'People of Color Warned You'...



    UN SHOCK...


    President rejects 'Dreamer' deal...

    FLASHBACK: Ted Kennedy on 1965 bill: 'It will not inundate America with immigrants from... deprived nations of Africa and Asia'

    LIST: Potty-Mouthed Presidents...

    US ambassador to Panama resigns...

    Norwegians reject Trump's offer...

    1. The media think's it has the responsibility for doing "affirmative action" for foreign sh*tholes.

    2. Please in future call it what it is.

      It is NOT "the MEDIA," it is the ENEMEDIA.

      No other appellation is acceptable at this blog.


    ‘Shithole’-gate and Toxic Double Standards

    American Greatness, by Deion Kathawa

    In the wake of President Trump’s “shithole” comment (which may have been misreported), CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked a predictably leading question of Republican “strategist” Ana Navarro on his show Thursday night: “[I]s there any other way to interpret this comment other than being just racist?” Navarro was happy to oblige. After taking a few potshots at Trump’s alleged “pattern” of bigotry, she unloaded: (Snip)Navarro likely hasn’t given much thought to the implications of what she said, let alone examined her premises. But if she’s so outraged and offended by Trump’s alleged divisiveness, she might want to have a look around CNN’s ...

    1. That Anderson Pooper has been really sniffing around this Shithole story. I expect he'll pound it good and bring us some penetrating insight.


    Of Home Truths and Shitholes

    American Greatness, by Roger Kimball

    It is curious how close certain seemingly contrary emotions can be. Consider, to take just one example, the feelings of glee and outrage. At first blush, they seem very different. Glee occupies a positive register in the metabolism of human emotions. (Snip) Outrage, on the contrary, is a dour beast. It glowers. It fulminates. It glories in moral indignation, which it eagerly manufactures whenever it is in short supply. And it is there, in the manufacture, affectation, the pretense, of moral indignation that that outrage shades in smarmy gleefulness. You can see this in operation right now, today, by the simple expedient ...


    Top 10 Shitholes Nobody Wants to Visit

    PJ Media, by Megan Fox

    Unnamed sources are once again claiming president Trump said outrageous things, including calling Haiti and parts of Africa "shi*holes." No one is sure this actually happened, but it sounds true, so the Washington Post ran with it. But it brings up an interesting point.

    Are we allowed to point out that there are places in the world that are not ideal, or are we pretending all countries are equal?T

    his seems demonstrably ridiculous, yet the left is acting super-offended at the suggestion that some countries are shithole-ish. (Snip)

    The following is my list of shitholes I never want to visit ...


    HEY! Remember When Obama Called Libya A, “SHIT SHOW”?

    DCWhispers, by Staff

    Weird. There was no media outcry when Mr. Obama said this about an African nation. Or an outcry about a U.S. POTUS speaking so negatively about the leader of a longtime ally. It’s almost like the media is totally biased or something.

    That can’t actually be true, though, right?

    I mean, the media isn’t out to get Donald Trump or anything, RIGHT?

    Because if the media is biased, that would be, like, wrong, and everything they say should be disregarded by, like, EVERYONE.

    For realzz!!!! (Screen shot of media headline) . . .


    Immigration and the Tragic Sense of Life

    Taki’s Magazine, by Christopher DeGroot

    Like much of the world, El Salvador is an unhappy place. Poverty and gang violence abound. And Mother Nature can be cruel. The country was ravaged by a couple of earthquakes in 2001, for example, and in its generosity, the United States responded by granting Temporary Protection Status (TPS) to nearly 200,000 Salvadorans. It was extended several times during the past seventeen years, per the entreaties of both immigrant advocates and the El Salvadoran government, whose efforts to rebuild the nation relied on money sent by workers in the U.S. TPS is for countries affected by armed conflict, natural disaster,



    Hillary Clinton is the last person who should
    be talking about Trump´s remarks on Haiti

    Washington Examiner [DC],

    by Becket Adams

    President Trump is drawing much-deserved criticism for reportedly referring to Haiti, El Salvador, and certain African nations as “shithole countries” when he met with lawmakers this week to discuss immigration protections. The main thrust of the argument against the president’s remarks, which were reported first by the Washington Post and the New York Times, is not that he used naughty language, but that he suggested immigrants from poorer countries are somehow [inferior] to immigrants from wealthier, predominantly white countries.

    There’s a lot that can be said against Trump’s tone. There´s even more that can be said against his reported claim that people - - -

  23. Perhaps Bill and Hillary Clinton and their Clinton “Foundation” could turn over all those Millions or perhaps Billions of dollars to Haiti, who is the the rightful owners of the money, so that maybe they can dig themselves out of the “SHITHOLE” that the Clinton’s left them in

    Oh…that’s right, I almost forgot....The Haiti EarthQuake Relief Money has been already spent on Chelsea Clinton’s Elegant, and Extravagant Wedding!

  24. Brapfart "News" is wrong. It is not fake news that the President denigrated other nations in a vulgar manner while hosting a meeting in the White House.

    That is real news, and the fact that the deranged Trump-haters in the Infotainment Media Complex blared, blatted and echoed it 10,000 times like the hooting loonies and cawing boobies they are doesn't make it any less true.

    I agree that all the couch fainting and outrage on the left is their typical ornamental frippery and operatic fake Kabuki wailing, but it is effective in pushing their destructive, globalist agenda.

    I admire the radical truth telling of President Trump, and I hate the way he does it. He is stepping on his own dick.

    Having said that, the Democrats have no leverage in the DACA fight. If President Trump takes a shit on the whole thing and says "no deal," Dems will pay the price, not him.

    Does anyone seriously believe the Democrats will shut down the government over a "clean DACA bill?" They would pay a heavy price, and if the economy continues booming into this November, there will be no blue wave.

    But, thanks to Chamber of Commerce Republican, odds are we will get is a 21st century version of 1986 Simpson Mazzoli.

    The 800,000 "DACA people will turn into 8 million once the ink is dry, government-funded defense lawyers will be defending every gang banger from deportation and nothing will change.

    Democrats and Republics, by refusing to put sensible immigration policies in place, are hell-bent on turning this nation into a polyglot progressive shithole and my money says they get it done, perhaps in my lifetime.

    So, if the ship's going down anyway, why not have a singing baboon as president, slinging shit everywhere and amusing the masses?

    1. Carlo Peligrosa Cortes-Mendoza said

      I hope you're feelung bettter now that you've gotten that off your chest?

      Unfortunately, the rest of us feel worse.

    2. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

  25. Stop using the term sh*t-hole. The DNC approved term has been changed to "turd world nation," spoken with a NY 33rd Street accent.

    We all need to learn the proper progressive PC approved "dog-whistles".

  26. Pierrot de la Chaise said

    I´ve travelled all over the world in my 63 years, and some of the places I´ve visited are absolutely dreadful, just appalling. While the president might have been more tactful, I believe it´s better that he wasn´t. There are places on this earth that truly are shthless, and why should we import people from disfunctional countries? The Dems´faux outrage speaks volumes about their agenda.

    Faux outrage aside, immigrants (such as I) have to get in line, fill out paperwork, meet requirements, pay visa fees, and wait. It´s part of the drill. If I weren´t an educated American with skills who can pay his way, why should I imagine that Colombia would have granted me full-time resident status? Immigration is not a right.

  27. The Kid from Canarsie said

    Who is going to denounce that stinkin' tattletale Prick Dirtbin? He was the shitass who informed the press about President Trump's comment on what was supposed to be a CLOSED meeting.

    Prick is like the brown nose kid in grade school - - the teacher´s pet - - who lives for the day when he can rat out classmates - - to gain the favor of the principal.

    Dirtbin wouldn´t like to find out what happened to little punks like him - - when some brown noser tried that in a Brooklyn school.

    No, indeed - - he would not.

  28. Saints Preserve Us! said

    The main point is, why do Democrats want to fill America with low skilled, uneducated, often non-English speaking immigrants, who have no interest in assimilating, and a sizable percentage of whom end up on welfare? For votes of course. Government dependents vote for Democrats.

    Does anyone recall Joe Biden´s "Big F....g Deal" remark about the (catastrophic) Obamacare? The press seemed to celebrate the extreme vulgarity and the Democratic Party was not only NOT outraged, they printed the phrase on a tee-shirt which they sold to raise money.

    And Turban Durtbin is a lying jerk. Sen. Cotton said Mr. Trump did not use the quoted term.

    1. Solomon Grundy said

      By now, one would think a video or at least an audio of President Trump saying what is said he said would be all over, under and in-between everywhere. Strange that it isn´t, isn´t it?

      Do you think no recording of what is said he said exists?

      It´s beginning to look a lot like accusations going nowhere, isn´t it? It appears to me to be much do-do about nothing.

    2. Caligula Van Burensteyn said

      Rush is right. Congress and the lefty media specialize in theatre. That's what all of the shithole controversy is really all about.

      Now Durbin is trying to claim ´chain migration´ is a racist term? He´s making this garbage up as he goes along.

      What´s the motivation for all this nonsense? They are trying to scuttle Trump´s immigration reform plans. The left sees their plans for cheap labor and new voters going down the drain.


  29. I for one agree with President Trump's “Shitholes” comment; and if he didn’t made the comment, I think that he should have.

    1. The Internet Detoxification Squad said


      Unless and until a thoroughly vetted and authenticated VIDEO is produced of the president using this exact term, ALL such reports should be regarded iwth EXTREME SCEPTICISM.

  30. Earle E. Byrd said

    So let’s review: the original allegation came from unidentified sources who weren’t in the meeting, it was collaborated by Dick Durbin who has a history of histrionic mendacity, and then dropped into the MSM echo chamber for use as a weapon for mass distribution.

    It’s beginning to smell like desperation. They have found themselves with only one arrow left in the quiver and it’s the race card.

    Ironically the party that invented the soft bigotry of low expectations. the party that has actively worked to keep minorities economically shackled to welfare handouts has the audacity to tell us that chain migration refers to the shackles of slavery.

    They might have taken all they can take; one of these mornings the chain is gonna break.


  31. Sorry to hurt the feelings of you Liberals but there are many parts of Mexico, El Salvador, Africa and even some parts of Asia that are Shitholes.

    And truth be told , if we keep on letting these people in here that’s what America is going to be in about 10 or 15 years. Why is it wrong to admit the truth?

  32. Nina Totentanz said

    Georgia senator, David Perdue, joined Senator Cotton in the statement backing up the President´s claim about what was said in the meeting. Cotton and Perdue are among the leaders in efforts to correct the immigration mess.

    1. YES! YES! YES!

      Many thanks to you, Nuna Totetanz, for this much-desired gem of intelligence.

  33. Lindsey Grahamnesty in a Senate Panel meeting in 2013...

    “I don’t know how many security people we have along the Canadian border — I doubt it’s 21,000,” Graham said. “Why are we okay up there and not okay to the south?”

    “The tale of two borders,” Graham continued. “Why is one a problem and the other is not?”

    “Because Canada is a place where people like to stay, they like Canada, we like Canada,” Graham said. “We love to have them visit, they want to go home, because it’s a nice place.”

    “The people coming across the southern border live in hellholes,” Graham said. “They don’t like that. They want to come here. Our problem is we can’t have everybody in the world who lives in a hellhole come [into] America. We're just gonna have to create order out of chaos. So, you've gotta do something on the southern border you don't do on the northern border, but if you don't agree that the difference is jobs, then we just don't agree. There are 11 million people coming through the southern border 'cause they come from countries where they can't find work and life is miserable."

    Shortly after Graham's remarks, then-Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) interjected and said that Graham's characterization of Mexico as a whole was not accurate and that there are many good people in Mexico.

    1. "The people coming across the southern border live in hellholes,” Graham said.

      Hellhole or shithole -- what difference does it make? **wink**


    1. I deplore and do everything I can to resist and reject the all-too-human tempation to WANT to believe ILL of others –– especially those with whom one has a philosophical disagreement. Taking DELIGHT in the degradation and humliation of others is truly WICKED, –– unless we’re talking about HILLARY CLINTON, of course. };^)>

    2. In view of all the threatening problems we face I see concern overthe president's use of a vulgar pejorative expression as trivial and unworthy of serious consideration. You may not appreciate Mr. Trump’s STYLE, but I doubt if any person of good conscience and reasonable intelligence could be so unwise as to reject the tremendously admirable CONTENT of what he has accomplished so far, against insuperable odds, –– and what he would LIKE to accomplish if he could rid himself of the flesh-eating TERMITES that seek to devour him.

    3. We have no PROOF that the president actually used the term SHITHOLE Apparently Prick Dirtbin, –– himself a SHITHOLE of the first water ––, “tattled” this to the ENEMEDIA. Senators Tom Cotton and David Purude back up the president’s DENIAL that he used that particular term. If there is no verifiable VIDEO, we can never be sure one way or the other, but I prefer to back our president, and I believe all who purport to back the Trump Agenda OUGHT to take the president’s side on PRINCIPLE.

    4. It appalls me that any sincerely concerned, humane and intelligent person could allow himself to be LED AROUND by the NOSE in service to the truly wicked, nakedly partisan determination of the ENEMEDIA to LIE, CHEAT, STEAL and possibly KILL in their effort to UNSEAT our constructive, well-intentiined, remarkably effective president, and OVERTURN the results of a perfectly legitimate election.

    Am I an extremist? YOU BET! I truly believe with Lord Acton that “Extremism in Defense of Liberty is No Vice; and that Moderation in War is Imbecility.” I also believe that “He Who Would be Kind to the Cruel, will End by being Cruel to the Kind.".

    1. Andy McWethy said

      American Thinker,

      by Tom Trinko

      Our first step in responding to the fake news firestorm about what Trump did or didn´t say about some African countries is to figure out what Trump actually said.

      Two leakers say he used the term "s---holes" to describe Haiti and African countries. However, the only person corroborating that as this is being written is a Democrat. Given that Harry Reid gleefully admitted to lying about Mitt Romney not paying taxes, it´s not irrational to question that Democrat´s veracity.

      We also know that the leakers were willing to hurt the U.S. in order to gain a partisan political advantage. The leakers knew * * *

  35. As was mentioned in the body of the blog post, the offensive words were issued in a private meeting. And a Senator comes out of the meeting and tattles on the POTUS? Gimme a break!

  36. I like what Tucker Carlson said:

    ...So what is the real reason for the panic you are watching right now on cable television? Maybe it’s because trump’s remarks are forcing precisely the kind of conversation our leaders don’t want to have. He didn’t do it on purpose. It was accidental but he still raised questions they would rather not answer like who exactly are we importing into our country and how are they doing once they get here? Answer, of course, well they are all valedictorians and war heroes and way more impressive and way more American than you will ever be so shut up. That’s what we’re told. That’s what we are required to believe.

    "What if it’s not true? Last year the U.S. accepted 23,000 people from Haiti and 127,000 from Mexico. Immigration from El Salvador so brisk one in three el salvadorians now live in the United States has America become a better country as a result? Maybe, maybe not. Maybe we ought to talk it through....

    1. President Trump needs to hire Tucker Carlson as his communications strategist.

    2. Tucker Carlson is usually on the right side of most of the important issues, HOWEVER his analyses are MUCH more palatable in PRINT than on his TV appearances, where too often he gives too good an impression of being a RABID FOX TERRIRER.biting at the heels of everyone who tries to get a word in edgewise.

      IF a TV "host" iniststs on having "GUESTS," the very least he should do is LET THEM SPEAK.

      INTERRUPTIONISTIS is the curse of TV Punditry.

  37. And let's remember this and the Enemedia's editing of the language used:

    Media Silent When Obama Called Libya a “S***” Show.

  38. I do wish that President Trump hadn't lost his temper in the meeting and uttered an outburst which has, of course, replaced the real news coverage.

    1. Yes, but the question still remains:

      DID the president actually SAY "that" S-word? So far we have only Prick Dirtbin's word for it.

      Apparently, there is no video or even an audio recording. So, I suspect we're making a hullabaloo and fighting among ourselves about NOTHING, which is JUST what the ENEMEDIA wants us to dp.

      I, myself, rarely use vulgarity, UNLESS I do it very deliberately to make a particular point here in the blogosphere.

      At the same time I'm as much against EUPHEMISMS as I am BOWDLERIZING classical Literature supposedly in service to moral, ethical, or politcal purposes.

      For instance I never say, "May I use your rest room?" or "Would you kindly direct me to the Comfort Station?" or "Nature calls, and I must answer, would you please excuse me?"

      However, I WILL excuse myself to "go to the bathroom" or even to "use the toilet." I would ask my grandmother if she'd excuse me from the table "so I can go wash my hands." But, that was about as refined as we got in my family.

      At the same time I would NEVER say in polite society, "Hey! Where's your crapper, I gotta take a shit?" or "Christ Almighty! My back teeth are floating, If I don't take a piss pretty soon, your floor's gonna get a good soaking." };^)>

      Often in politie society it's necessary only to say, "Would you please excuse me?" and let it go at that.

      And if anyine asks what you pland to do just tell them, "I'm going to the bathroom, would you like to come along?"

    2. Who cares if he called Haiti a sh*t-hole in a private meeting with six Senators. WTF was Dirty Dick Durbin thinking when he reported upon the Presidents remarks, if NOT to sink any deal and blame Republicans for it? Recognize it for the petty politicking that it was.

    3. Egg-ZACK-Lee, Joe!!!

      There is NO OTHER WAY to look at it.

      The question is, however, does "Being Presidential" mean you have to act like a scared rabbit, and always make a point o toeing the PC line?

      Do we REALLY want just another gibbering MOUNTEBANK telling us LIE after LIE after LIE, because he knows we can't abide the TRUTH, or do we want what we are now very fortunate to HAVE –– a man who fearlessly tells us the TRUTH in plain, unvarnished language?

      I know what I prefer. I guess it's all-but-impossible for me to believe anyone of good conscience could possibly disagree.

  39. Thanks! It's now part of this featured SHITHOLE post.

  40. One metric for defining a shithole country:

    Cholera and Shitholes. Excerpt:

    In 2016, 38 countries reported a total of 132 121 cases. Cases were reported from all regions, including 17 countries in Africa, 12 in Asia, 4 in Europe, 4 in the Americas, and 1 in Oceania. Haiti, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Yemen, Somalia, and the United Republic of Tanzania accounted for 80% of all cases. Of cases reported globally, 54% were from Africa, 13% from Asia and 32% from Hispaniola. Imported cases were reported in 9 countries. Globally, however, the true number of cholera cases is known to be much higher. Cholera represents an estimated burden of 1.4 to 4.0 million cases, and 21 000 to 143 000 deaths per year worldwide. The trends and annual figures exclude many cases labeled “acute watery diarrhoea”, notably occurring in south-eastern and central Asia (e.g. in Bangladesh and Pakistan). However, during outbreaks, many countries report as cholera many cases of acute watery diarrheoa which are not due to Vibrio cholerae. The actual numbers of cholera cases are therefore known to differ from those reported. Differences can be explained by under-reporting due to fear of negative impact on travel and trade.

    1. As questioned at WYD, "If they aren't sh*tholes, what are all the "refugees" we're giving "asylum" to fleeing?

    2. Are these refugee's "Adam & Eve" escaping "Paradise"?

    3. That bloody Irishman with the twonkle in his eye may be a bit much, but he's very clever, and lots of fun –– for those of us earthy, sophisticated folk who have strong stomachs.


  41. Ha! Loved the Oompa tune. BTW, that last shack pic you posted sure looks like the humble abode of the former president's half brother in Nairobi.

  42. The usual conservative half-wits, low-life's and racists ("Moslem vermin") are praising Trump for his racist remarks, a And who's surprised? They agree with Trumps "shithole" remark because they're degenerate, racists Like him. No wonder they celebrate that bloated bag of rotting flesh. The con bloggers are made of the same

    1. Thank you for that brilliantly REVEALING evocation of LEFIST CHARACTER and DIPOSITION.

      It aids immeasurably in bolsterng the Conservative-Libertarian cause.

  43. Whether the President said those exact words or not is a tendentious legalistic point. He said something to that effect, and it is totally in his character.

    Regardless, a complete lie can touch off a conflagration that cannot be undone. We are past whether he has said it or not, and we can't go back. The President has threatened to record all future meetings and I think that is a brilliant idea.

    Now, please consider the words of Michael Goowin in the NY Post.

    Goodwin is a Trump supporter.

    Trump may be digging himself into a ‘shithole’

    Yet while a biased media hyperventilating is no virtue, Trump’s great flaw is that he keeps giving them ammunition. One minute he’s riding high, the next he’s running for his life.


    Did he forget that Democrats are out for his blood? Didn’t he learn anything from the torrent of White House leaks that bedeviled his early months?

    This time next year, all those guffawing and slapping their knees at how funny our politically-incorrect President is could very well be whining and screaming that he was impeached for purely political reasons.

    I promise not to lecture or provide links meant to educate the ignorant.

    1. We have a profound disagreement on this issue, Silver. I'm afraid we shall just have to acknowledge our differences with thesad realization they could never be resolved harmoniously,

      I am not as "intellectual" as you. I admit to being "A Slave to Passion."

      Approaching matters of vital concern to security, and prosperity jewdiciously with a high degree of "sangue froid" is just not my style.

      I hope I may be forgiven for my frankness.

    2. There is nothing to forgive, old friend.

      You have made many excellent points in this post and in the comment thread.

      Durban is a weaselly shitbag for touching off this firestorm, and he did it for a reason: The Democrats don't have a leg to stand on in the immigration debate.

      President Trump has made it clear he wants a path to keep the DACA people here, but then that removes them as pawns/victims the DemonCraps can manipulate.

      The sticking point is all the other sensible items Team Trump is insisting on: No more Immigration Lotto, No more chain migration, worker verification, secure border.

      The DemonCraps are really going to shut down the government to oppose such a bargain?

      The American People want law-abiding DACA immigrants to stay, but they also want all the stuff President Trump is demanding, and that puts the Democrats in a very bad position, so the did the equivalent of flipping over the checker board.

      Nothing intellectual about any of that.

    3. THANK YOU.

      I admit to having become hyper-sensitized to the tidal waves of disingenuous negativity that pound away at the president all day every day.

      I feel it my patriotic DUTY to do whatever I can to COUNTERACT those morbd, vicious, unprincipled, utterly cynical, politically-motivated attacks.

      When anyone –– even dear old and tgrusted friends of longstanding –– appears to PILE ON along with the ENEMEDIA, I see RED, and –– like El Toro –– respond almost reflexively.

      Supportng the ENEMEDI'A AGENDA in any way, however small, is what I mean when I accuse someione of "being led around by the nose."

      Even if –– like the proverbial broken clock –– the ENEMEDIA occasionally gets something right, I STILL refuse to go along with them, because I believe –– with all my eart and soul and mind –– that THEY have long ago dedicated themselves to serving The Forces of Darkness ––– yes SATAN –– I will not equivocate.

      EXTREME? You bet! So, I'll quote Lord Acton yet again:



      And make no mistake about it we ARE engaged in a WAR to preserve the very SOUL of our nation. IF we lose to The Forces of Darkness, we –– both as a people, and as a force for good in the world –– will PERISH, then VANISH from the Face of the Earth, and be cinsigned to PERDITION.

      People don't talk in such vivid, grandiose terms anymore, but our Founding Fathers DID,and fvors them and all who have sought to follow them with sincerity I have genuine REVERENCE.

  44. The Town Crier said

    Confirmed: Trump Is, Indeed, a Very Stable Genius

    American Thinker, by William L. Gensert

    By now, everyone has heard about President Donald Trump´s tweet countering accusations made by the Wolff in sheep´s clothing, who wrote a book detailing the supposed Shakespearian machinations that Wolff asserts are consuming the Trump White House.

    In his tweet, President Trump claimed he is, in fact, a "very stable genius."Throughout the media world, this made journalists´ heads explode.

    Dilbert creator Scott Adams points out the genius of this move by reminding people that liberals will forever mock Trump for it and that it is not a bad thing for Trump to have his name and "genius" associated with each ...


    The Real Reason Democrats are
    Throwing Such a Fit about 'Shithole

    American Thinker, by John Dietrich

    The most recent attack on the president is designed to throw him off balance during the debate on immigration. Senator Durbin, doing his best Claude Rains imitation, stated, "I cannot believe that, in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday."

    Durbin was responding to Trump´s alleged comment that Haiti, El Salvador, and certain African countries are "shitholes." Many of the reports omit mention of El Salvador because it does not fit the anti-black allegations.

    Senator Durbin is not a young man, and he ***

  46. A. Basking Robin said

    Did Trump Say Anything that Isn't True?

    Arutz Sheva [Israel],

    by Jack Engelhard

    Did Trump misspeak…use a slur to make a point…and thereby arouse all those dainty Liberals into a snit?

    Not far from where I’m writing this, the kosher butcher shop is long gone; across the street, the church that once stood tall is now boarded up. But next to it stands a mosque newly built and freshly painted.

    English in the neighborhood is a foreign tongue and nobody knows Frank Sinatra. T

    he boys don’t play stickball. The girls in their veils don’t play hopscotch and all the cabs are driven by men from Somalia and Afghanistan.

    Strangers are not greeted warmly. That’s a snapshot of what . . .

  47. G. Lansing Blowe said

    Georgia Senator Now Says Trump ´Did Not Use That Word'

    Yahoo News, by Michael Walsh

    A senator who attended the closed-door meeting during which the president reportedly insulted Haiti and various African nations with an expletive now says Trump never said the word.

    Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., who supports Trump’s immigration policies, had previously claimed that he did not recall whether or not Trump used this incendiary language. (Snip)

    “I’m saying that this is a gross misrepresentation. It’s not the first time Sen. Durbin has done it. And it is not productive to solving the problem,” Perdue said.

  48. Gloria Glamorcrat said

    The plan to delegitimize & disrupt Trump continues from the Rats, while RINOs and Never Trumpers carry their water ... and the media chimes in (even FOX) for an unending litany of 24/7/365 criticism.

    The Rats´ intent to swamp America with "refugees" & "migrants" continues apace, for future Rat votes, IF republicans allow it.

    Watching the Durbins, Waters and Schumers go through their motions of resistance reminds us a bit of Jimmy Stewart in "Mr Smith Goes to Washington" where he had to deal with THAT shithole cesspool filled with snakes and corrupt, greedy fools.

    It´s much worse today with the Rats aspiring to dynastic power. Rats will do anything to bring non-elitist Trump down.

    PS: I have not heard the Democrats whisper a word of concern about Americans since the days of John Kennedy.

  49. Steve "The Holy Blasphemist" said

    This is the last week of the first year of PDT's MAGA presidency. Dims are lost in sputtering derangement mode and the Enemedia´s daily brainsplosions long ago lost all contact with the hinges... so everything is going well and looking up!

  50. Mia Love is Closet-Marxist said

    The faux outrage is a strategy to derail any meaningful change to our immigration policies and the vile democrats believe they have a winning strategy by calling the President a racist.

    Unfortunately, the Republicans are too cowardly to make them defend their anti-American immigration policies.

    The moral courage and determination shown by Republicans to put the democrats on defense is sorely lacking.

    They are cowards who will collapse into the fetal position anytime race is brought into the debate.

    Grow a backbone and defend the country! The democrats are on the wrong side of this issue, and if they are allowed to win this debate, the Republicans will lose it all.

    Stand up to these bullies or the country goes the way of Europe.

  51. Dolores del Gado said

    I´m more inclined to think libtards are having a fit because it exposes states that are libtard run as high tax, high regulations, high mommy dictates for the hell holes they are.

    Why do you think it´s the libtard run states like CA, NY, NJ, IL, MA, CT are the big winners when it comes to people moving out?

    The bonus to the rest of the nation is the hope that these states lose some more House seats, which is why we get the stupid federal laws and excessive wasteful spending that we do.

  52. _______ ON INDEPENDENCE _______

    Officially, each day’s for celebration
    Not complaints or tearful lamentation.
    It’s tempting to succumb to fretfulness
    Negators can’t can’t enjoy forgetfulness ––
    Deny their overeager plaintiveness
    Erupting fulsomely with put on saintliness ––
    Pouting as though martyred for a Cause, when
    Everyone knows they only crave applause. When
    Needing to be noticed takes the Stage,
    Disingenuousness will soon take over.
    Ego run amok expresses rage ––
    Needling challengers’ interest and invention,
    Creating tension, refusing to engage,
    Endowing Honesty with bad intention.
    Doubts about oneself make fields of clover
    A potent allergen, which should one mention,
    Yields fits of pique that well define our Age.

    ~ FreeThinke

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  54. The bonus to the rest of the nation is the hope that these states lose some more House seats, which is why we get the stupid federal laws and excessive wasteful spending that we do.

  55. The bonus to the rest of the nation is the hope that these states lose some more House seats, which is why we get the stupid federal laws and excessive wasteful spending that we do.

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