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Route 44 Toyota Sold Me A Lemon

Saturday, May 27, 2017

This & that....Poorly Educated ARMED WHITE DOMESTIC TERRORISTS thanks to the NRA

Hitler's Playbook to the ignorant, poorly educated!
It's the poor white trash with something to prove... and access to a myriad of weapons, thanks to NRA lobbying...

Since 2002, right-wing militants have killed more people in the 
United States than jihadis have.

Inside a storefront Chinese restaurant in upstate New York, neon light from a multicolored window sign glowed on the face of an extremist plotting mass murder. He had been seeking backing for his attack and, at this small establishment in Scotia, was meeting with a man who had agreed to take part in his scheme to build a radiation device, a weapon of mass destruction that would slowly and painfully kill anyone who walked near it.
“Everything with respiration would be dead by morning,’’ the man who devised the attack told his confederate in tortured English. “How much sweeter could there be than a big stack of smelly bodies?”


The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday called for 
President Trump to fire his son-in-law Jared Kushner from his 
position as a White House senior adviser in light


The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday called for President Trump to fire his son-in-law Jared Kushner from his position as a White House senior adviser in light of reports that he attempted to establish a private communications channel between the president's transition team and Moscow.
"Trump has no choice but to immediately fire Kushner, whose failure to report this episode on his security clearance is reason enough for a criminal investigation," DNC deputy communications director Adrienne Watson said in a statement.
"The next question is whether the President authorized this, because no one stands between Trump and Kushner on the chain of command.”
Kushner reportedly talked with a top Russian official in early December about using Russian diplomatic facilities for the communications, apparently to shield the talks, U.S. officials briefed on intelligence reports told The Washington Post.
Kushner is under scrutiny in the FBI's ongoing investigation into whether Trump campaign officials colluded with the Russians, The Washington Post and NBC News reported this week.
The FBI is interested in the details of Kushner's meeting with Kislyak, a meeting that the White House first disclosed in March.


Chubby, Unfit OLD Man can't even stay awake.....

The White House has defended the video and offered an explanation, 
but people still aren't buying it



The distance between Donald Trump and his G7 partners was 
spelled out…

The Chubby Buffoon convinced the World of his ignorance and incompetence.


After a series of embarrassing mishaps, a delusional President 
Trump concluded his first trip abroad as commander-in-chief with 
a speech at the Sigonella Naval Air…

After a series of embarrassing mishaps, a delusional President Trump concluded his first trip abroad as commander-in-chief with a speech at the Sigonella Naval Air Station in Sicily on Saturday, where he said the nine-day tour was “a home run.”

Addressing members of the U.S. military on Memorial Day weekend, Trump reaffirmed his commitment to ramping up military spending and supporting men and women in the armed services.
“But we have been gone for close to nine days. This will be nine days. And I think we hit a home run no matter where we are,” Trump said in Italy.
“We’re thrilled to be here right now and we’re getting on that very big plane and we’re heading back to Washington and the United States.”
Trump is heading back to Washington, D.C. following a trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, and Belgium. After meeting with the Pope, Trump traveled to Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit and concluded his trip in Sicily at the G7 summit.
During his trip to Saudi Arabia Trump gave a speech urging members of the Muslim world to help drive out extremism, an address which provided a stark divergence from his inflammatory campaign rhetoric about Islam.

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