News Roundup! Judicial Armada, Immigration Stance, Joe diGenova, Consumer Sentiment Soars, Companies Returning, Wall, AG Barr’s Interview…..

The Judicial Armada continues to grow and there is absolutely NOTHING the Democrats can do to stop it!

There are many more Circuit, District, International Trade and Federal Claims Judges that our President will have confirmed before his first term is completed.

From the link above:

  • US District Courts – 123 vacancies with 52 nominees pending
  • US Court of Appeals – 5 vacancies with 3 nominees pending
  • US Court of International Trade – 4 vacancies with 2 nominees pending
  • US Courts of Federal Claims – 11 vacancies with 4 nominees pending
  • TOTAL143 vacancies with 61 nominees pending

The Democrats, MSM, Barry, HRC, Comey, Clapper, Brennan, Yates, Lynch, Strzok, Page, Baker etc. are in some serious trouble when you realize how many Americans want to see them pay for the crimes they committed against our President and our country.

Our President absolutely knows the crimes they committed. That is why he tweeted the following this morning.

I love the fact that Joe diGenova was talking about the 702 database abuses that took place during the Obama Administration. He references Judge Collyer’s 99 page opinion and the GREATEST White Hat of them all.

Money talks and BS walks when it comes to who voters will select in the voting booth.

Our President’s tweets from this morning tell me that what the Daily Caller wrote about yesterday may really happen.

The WALL is getting built in different sections of our 4 border states.

When you play stupid games, you win stupid prizes. China is going to pay and pay dearly.

From the article linked above:

News that Stanley Tools is creating 500 jobs in Texas as it brings Craftsman production back to the USA shows that tariffs are working. 

Stanley is investing $90 million to open a plant in Fort Worth, Texas, by late next year that will employ about 500 people to make 10 million Craftsman wrenches and ratchets and 50 million sockets annually. Robots and fast-forging presses will help boost output about 25% above the older forging machinery now used to make Craftsman wrenches in China, helping keep production costs at the new plant in line with those in China, Stanley said.

The Economic Train continues to whistle while she works. This made her really happy today.

From the article linked above:

The Survey of Consumers preliminary reading on consumer sentiment in May soared to 102.4, a 15-year high that crushed the consensus forecast.

Preliminary Index Prior Consensus Forecast Range Actual
Consumer Sentiment Index 97.2 97.5 96.0 — 97.8 102.4
Current Economic Conditions 112.3 112.4
Index of Consumer Expectations 87.4 96.0

The Index of Consumer Sentiment surged in early May to its highest level in fifteen years,” Richard Curtain, Chief Economist for Survey of Consumers, said. “All of the May gain was in the Expectations Index, which also rose to its highest level since 2004, while the Current Conditions Index was virtually unchanged and well below the cyclical peak set in March 2018.”

From the article linked above:

  • The University of Michigan’s preliminary print on its consumer sentiment index rose to 102.4, up from 97.2 in April and well ahead of expectations.
  • “Consumers viewed prospects for the overall economy much more favorably, with the economic outlook for the near and longer term reaching their highest levels since 2004,” says Richard Curtin, chief economist for the Surveys of Consumers.
  • The optimistic consumer outlook was mostly recorded before U.S.-China trade deliberations soured earlier this month.

“Consumers viewed prospects for the overall economy much more favorably, with the economic outlook for the near and longer term reaching their highest levels since 2004,” said Richard Curtin, chief economist for the Surveys of Consumers. “To be sure, negative references to tariffs rose in the past week and are likely to rise further in late May and June.”

From the article linked above:

The Rasmussen Reports Economic Index climbed to 143.4 in May, up three points from last month and the highest finding this year.

Enthusiasm about the economy started to grow immediately following Donald Trump’s election as president in November 2016 and spiked to 145.9 in February 2018. By comparison, in President Obama’s final years in office, this index reached a high of 121.5 in January 2015 and was at 108.1 his last month in the White House.

AG Bill Barr was interviewed earlier today. He had a lot of bombshells.

Here is a thread on the Barr’s interview.

UPDATED as of 1:56 PM (Full Interview)

From the article linked above:

Attorney General William Barr said in an interview that aired Friday that he is investigating what role the Steele dossier played in the Russia probe, and that the salacious document had “a number of clear mistakes.”

“It’s a very unusual situation to have opposition research like that, especially one that on its face had a number of clear mistakes and a somewhat jejune analysis,” Barr told Fox News’ Bill Hemmer.

“And to use that to conduct counterintelligence against an American political campaign is a strange — would be strange development.”


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