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The Paul Ryan Puerto Rican Fiefdom Bill “Turns People Into Subjects”…

Yesterday House Speaker Paul Ryan pushed through a Puerto Rico Rescue bill called PROMESA.  The details of the bill are fundamentally challenging to understand in scope, however, the key aspect to remember is the underlying benefactor(s) – Wall Street.

While Ryan is severely adverse to PROMESA being called a bailout, that’s exactly what it is – only worse.  The plan structurally changes the dynamics of how State debt is repaid, and the considerations for bondholders under the 5th amendment (seizure of private property w/out compensation); which will lead to a guaranteed bondholder bailout.

However, beyond the ‘bailout’ aspect there is a framework to override state legislative authority and use un-elected “control board” appointed by congress to subvert citizen voices and make independent decisions.

Dave BratHouse Budget Chairman Paul Ryan

As you read this press release from David Brat consider the how such legislative usurpation could possibly be considered “conservative“.

DAVID BRAT:  Yesterday members of Congress voted in favor of PROMESA, a bill that imposes a control board on Puerto Rico. I opposed this bill, and in an op-ed in the Washington Examiner, I explained why.

“The PROMESA Act creates an un-elected, unaccountable ‘control board’ imposed by Congress to manage Puerto Rico’s spending and tax policies for at least five years. Control boards and five-year plans, channeling Stalin: what could go wrong?

“PROMESA deprives the Puerto Rican people of their right to self-governance and establishes a seven-person board that can overrule the Commonwealth’s elected leaders on almost any law. Members of the control board will be personally chosen by President Obama to manage the territory’s spending and tax policies.

“….members of the House of Representatives [voted] to impose a system for ‘bankruptcy’ without a referendum asking the people of Puerto Rico whether they want this. Their right to democracy [was] not only infringed by this bill, it [was] entirely usurped.

“This makes the bill truly Orwellian — it remove[d] the consent of the Puerto Rican people and creates a fiefdom for un-elected officials chosen by President Obama.

“As economist Thomas Sowell said, ‘The fatal attraction of government is that it allows busybodies to impose decisions on others without paying any price themselves.’ Congress can’t even get its own fiscal house in order, but [passed] a bill to solve Puerto Rico’s problems.

“This bill should [have been] subject to ratification by the Puerto Rican legislature or a vote from the Puerto Rican people. As it stands, I [opposed] PROMESA because it turns free citizens into subjects.”  (link)

Hopefully, with sunlight, the American voter will wake up to the fundamental paradigm shift many voices continue to outline: this approach is not conservative, it’s deadly globalist authoritarianism.

After spending 18 years in Washington DC Paul Ryan is now showing everyone how he has abandoned the principles of “self-determination”, the cornerstone of historic “conservatism”, and now applies a big government ideology of un-elected, bureaucratic, and federally dictated control.

This seismic ideological shift in ‘conservative principle’ is indicative of the disconnect between the Republican Party, which has evolved into corporatist/globalist authoritarianism, and the America-first independent principle carried by Donald Trump.

Understand this dynamic and you understand the opposition to Donald Trump’s candidacy.

The Ryan Coalition are “Rat Finks”…Rat Finks

Wall Street R.A.T Members: Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy, Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, Ben Sasse, Scott Ringel, Reid Wibble, and the list goes on….

There are trillions of dollars at stake.

Trillions.

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by Sundance | The Conservative Tree House

How the GOP Elite Plan To Rob Donald Trump

Cleveland, ladies and gentlemen, their GOP Convention won’t be for the faint of heart

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Shhhh. I’ve just come from a meeting of the Republican Establishment. You know, those guys who want to replace what the voters want with what they want. That Republican Establishment. I’m not supposed to tell you what was said, so don’t quote me. I’ve been to every Republican National Convention since 1964 and I’ve worked the floor in every convention since 1972 including for Ronald Reagan in 1976, the last time we had a contested GOP Convention. So let’s just say I know the ropes.

Despite his historic run in the primaries, Trump will never, repeat never, get the nomination if this bunch can stop him. Forget about them conceding Trump the victory once he gets to the magic 1237 (Fifty percent of the available delegates). They’ve cooked up a strategy to be employed at all costs to steal delegates from Trump so that he’ll fall below the 1237 on the first ballot, and then, before the second ballot to present one of their group (Mitt Romney, call your office) as the Savior of the Grand Old Party. While each state’s individual law governs, most delegates are not bound to the candidate that brought them once the first ballot is over. Stall Trump on the first ballot and the Bush-Romney-Rubio-Kasich-Ryan-McConnell combine can go really to work

Cleveland, ladies and gentlemen, won’t be for the faint of heart.

The insiders have poured over the rules of the Republican Party (well, heck, they WROTE those rules in the first place) and they have found a way to lie, cheat and steal Trump out of enough delegates to force a second ballot. Here is how they plan to do it: Rule 16 (d). This byzantine concoction of legalese, simply put, says that nobody can be a delegate if he is from a state where voters who are not registered Republicans can vote in the Republican primary. Like Massachusetts, where Trump got 22 delegates. Not like New Hampshire, where Democrats and Independents can officially re-register as Republicans going into the polling booth, vote on a Republican ballot, and re-register as a Dem on their way out, all on the same day. But like Arkansas, where Trump racked up 16 delegates.

Let me put it another way: in New Hampshire, Republican primary ballots are only given to registered Republicans, even if the voter registered as a Republican exactly 7 ½ seconds before getting the ballot and switched back to Democrat 12 seconds after he voted Republican. The point is the voter was an official Republican when he got the ballot and voted. Other states omit this nicety and just ask voters which ballot they want when they walk in, regardless of their registration. The GOP bigwigs plan on challenging Trump’s delegates from those states.

Missouri is an example of another opportunity for the establishment to practice chicanery. Missouri’s rules regarding delegate selection are clear and simple to follow: the winner in each of the state’s eight congressional districts gets 5 votes. The winner of the entire state then gets an extra 12 votes. Easy, peasey, right? WRONG. Missouri law doesn’t require county election authorities to report votes by congressional district, only by county. But ever since Baker v. Carr (the “one man, one vote” case) congressional districts don’t mirror county lines, because all 435 congressional districts have to have roughly the same number of people in them, and county lines don’t change as easily as congressional district lines. So, the Secretary of State of Missouri, Jason Kander – The youngest statewide elected official in America – a DEMOCRAT- will make the decision how many delegates to certify to each candidate, Trump, Cruz and Kasich. That sound you hear is of lawyers busily writing lawsuits to file if the county election officials refuse to report by congressional district, and we’ll see what happens in the next few days. But back to the convention steal.

The GOP Kingmakers may argue that Rule 38 – which prohibits states from requiring their delegations from voting as a unit, by a majority vote of all members of their state delegation—could,be interpreted to mean that delegates are not bound at all, even on the first ballot! (However tortured this reasoning is, all you have to remember is that the courts aren’t the ones to interpret these rules, they are going to have the meaning that a majority (there’s that pesky 1237 number) of delegates who survive any challenges to being seated, give to these rules. That brings us now to the mechanics of the steal, which is to say, contests to seating particular individual delegates.

Not later than 22 days before the July convention starts, there will be a meeting of the Standing Committee on Contests, whose membership is drawn from the Republican National Committee (“RNC”…the ultimate party “establishment”) to hear any “contest,” meaning “challenge” to the right of any specific person to be a delegate. These contests must be filed 30 or more days before the planned start of the convention. Then, the Standing Committee makes its recommendation to the full RNC which will have the final say, again, before the convention even begins. However, they don’t have the final say. On the first day of the convention, the Convention Committee on Credentials will meet to hear appeals of the RNC’s decisions. Since this Committee is comprised of ordinary delegates (not necessarily RNC elites) this is where the Big-Shot’s secret plan can come unraveled. That is if Donald’s operatives have these rules, and particularly rules 19-25, memorized by heart and are canny enough to know exactly how and when to use these rules to advantage.

But all is not is lost to The Donald’s cause – far from it. If he is close to the magic number on the first ballot he has the Vice Presidential nomination to barter with on the second. Widespread voter fraud in Texas and Oklahoma and the structure of the ballot in Ohio could sustain challenges before the entire convention to the seating of those delegations. After all, this is precisely how Dwight D. Eisenhower wrested the nomination from Bob Taft in 1952. But make no mistake: the Big Steal is ON.

Roger Stone (StoneZone.com) served as an advisor to the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump and remains a close confidante of the Republican front runner.

by Roger Stone | Infowars


Special Report: Democratic Spring To Crush Free Speech

Left wing protest aims to derail Trump campaign

Alex Jones discusses how the Soros funded Democratic Spring will be used to crush free speech in America in an attempt to stop the momentum of Donald Trump and how the hacktivist group Anonymous is showing their true colors by calling for a cyber attack on the one candidate who is hated by the establishment.

 

Rothschild Intel Unit Equates Donald Trump to Jihadi Terror

Popular candidate threatens globalist Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade” deal

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The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a company under the wing of The Economist, owned by the Rothschild banking family of England, has declared Donald Trump a “global risk” along with jihadi terrorism, the UK leaving the EU, the Russian “intervention” in Syria and the Ukraine, and currency volatility.

“The businessman and political novice, Donald Trump, has built a strong lead in the Republican party primary, and looks the firm favorite to be the party’s candidate in the US presidential election in November,” the unit reports, categorizing his election as a “high impact” risk.

According to the report Trump threatens “free trade,” that is to say globalist domination of markets, and is hostile toward NAFTA, the Bill Clinton era “trade deal” that sucked more than a million jobs out of America and produced a $181 billion US trade deficit with NAFTA partners Mexico and Canada.

“In the event of a Trump victory, his hostile attitude to free trade, and alienation of Mexico and China in particular, could escalate rapidly into a trade war—and at the least scupper the Trans-Pacific Partnership between the US and 11 other American and Asian states signed in February 2016.”

 

The Rothschild unit expects Trump, if nominated (and the Republican establishment is furiously plotting his demise; see Roger Stone), will lose to hands-on favorite Hillary Clinton, who is backed by the financial elite, in particular the great vampire squid, Goldman Sachs.

Despite the EIU’s certainty Trump will lose, they warn “there are risks to this forecast, especially in the event of a terrorist attack on US soil or a sudden economic downturn.”

However, in the event Trump wins, “innate hostility within the Republican hierarchy towards Mr Trump, combined with the inevitable virulent Democratic opposition, will see many of his more radical policies blocked in Congress—albeit such internal bickering will also undermine the coherence of domestic and foreign policy making,” in other words pose a serious risk to the globalist agenda.

As previously noted the Republican establishment is working hard to undermine Trump.

On Monday Infowars reported on remarks made by Curly Haugland of the Republican National Committee. He said delegates may “vote according to their personal choice in all matters to come before the Republican National Convention, including the vote to nominate the Republican Candidate for President” and disregard voters.

Haugland expanded his remarks on Wednesday. He told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” voters are irrelevant in the selection of a candidate for the presidential nomination. “The rules are still designed to have a political party choose its nominee at a convention. That’s just the way it is. I can’t help it. Don’t hate me because I love the rules,” Haugland added.

by Kurt Nimmo | Infowars.com

Republican Establishment Plans to Support Hillary

Vote fraud may be the final solution

Is Donald Trump a Hillary Plant?

Is Donald Trump a stooge for Hillary Clinton? Is he a plant, a ringer to sink other Republican candidates who actually have a chance of defeating Hillary?

Obama Policies Dogged Out by Mid-term Voters

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President Barack Obama has reached a point where his achievements are ignored, and where he is blamed for everything that goes wrong, from ISIS to Ebola, maybe to the New York Jets. On Tuesday, Republicans looked to take control of the Senate to fight Obama. Agnes Nichols, a polling place worker in New York, is right about Obama. ‘It’s like my sons say,’ she said. ‘The people who hate this president finally dogged him out.’

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS  Published: Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 12:10 AM

They kept coming in the late morning, around the corner from W. 69th St., into the small polling place, past the table just inside the door where Mayra Moya, the Spanish interpreter, sat and Agnes Nichols, whose badge said “coordinator,” sat next to her.

Moya would ask for building numbers and Nichols, who has been at this on Election Days in the city for a long time, would smile and tell them that she had a treat for them after they voted, meaning a sticker that said they had.

I asked Agnes Nichols, who came to Harlem from Georgia when she was 14, what voters were talking about on this day when the Republican Party was supposed to send a loud message about what the country really wants and where it is going.

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“You want to know the truth?” she said. “Most of them are talking about the scanners. They liked it better in the old days when you had to pull the lever on those one-armed bandits. It was like the effort said they’d done something.”

Then we were talking about Barack Obama and how on this day and night that would end with Republicans controlling the U.S. Senate to go along with their control of the House of Representatives, that they would finally have scored as big off Obama as they’d dreamed about doing since he beat John McCain. And would be asked, at last, to do something more than treat this President like the devil, at least until we do this again in two years.

“They had one plan from the start, far as I could tell,” Agnes Nichols, an African-American woman who grew up on 144th St., said. “Get rid of this President. I guess what they’re talking about happening tonight would be a way of accomplishing that.”

So this is how the presidency of Barack Obama will end, with a Republican Senate and House, two years for us to see what kind of plan his opponents really do have. Or whether their only plan all along was for Obama to fail, and as miserably as possible.

Somehow, all these years after Obama inherited a waste dump of an economy from George W. Bush and a war profiteer like Dick Cheney; after Obama inherited wars in the Middle East that Bush and Cheney started to show the world how tough the United States still was, and for Bush to show his daddy how tough he was; after all that, we were supposed to believe on that in November 2014 that only the party of Bush and Cheney could save the country.

On W. 69th, Agnes Nichols smiled as a young mother with two small children came through the door to vote.

“It’s like my sons say,” she said. “The people who hate this President finally dogged him out.”

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She is right about that, whether you like this President or not, and however history judges him. It has reached the point where any of Obama’s successes, on the economy or jobs, are ignored now, where he is blamed for everything that now goes wrong, from ISIS to Ebola and maybe even the New York Jets. Suddenly you hear that he is even worse as a President than Bush was. The notion is as dumb as the war in Iraq.

Of course Obama hasn’t been a great President, hasn’t even come close to being what we thought he could be. Sometimes he acts as if he was more in love with the idea of being President than in actually doing the job. He came to the White House as a political novice, one who had never run anything other than a campaign in his life the way the current mayor of New York never ran anything other than a campaign. Then Obama showed no feel for politics, for the kind of backroom head-banging and arm-twisting that was the specialty of such Presidents as Lyndon Johnson and Bill Clinton even when they were faced with their own obstructionist Congresses.

From the day he was sworn in, the opposition party made no secret of its mission with Obama: Making him a one-term President at all costs, and no matter what it cost. When the Republicans failed at that, some of them losing their minds the way squirrelly Karl Rove did on Election Night of 2012, it made them just double down. So the party and its bullhorn media became even more obsessed about Obama than ever.

Finally came this midterm election, every Republican running for the Senate or the House or a governor’s mansion in America seeming to run against Obama, and so many Democrats running away from him.

Before they kicked Obama out of the White House, they wanted to dog him out as big as ever on Tuesday night. The party that gave us hacks like Bush and Cheney, gave us the America that Obama inherited from them, now came riding over the hill saying it had to save America from him. What a country.